Paint Your Wagon: Broadway to Hollywood

In 1951, while humanity vicariously ventured to the heights of the universe, under the wand’rin’ stars it’s terrestrial half constructed the heart and soul of one of the most influential moments in entertainment history which would ultimately define 1969 as a year that produced one of man’s greatest stories of Boom, Bust, Bigamy, & Brotherhood. […]

Fishin’ Hole Theme – 1960

Boob-tube hero Andy Griffith has died today. Griffith stood tall as a model citizen and right as a compassionate and firm hollywood father. We will miss him but will never forget the purpose his show gave Herbert W. Spencer, Earle Hagen, and Everett Solane and the resounding impact of their collaborative endeavor on generations, far beyond those […]

Henry Mancini: A Shot in the Dark

Yes, indeed. It was in the 1960s that humanity arguably witnessed the pinnacle of creative film scoring: Ennio Morricone’s seminal work for Sergio Leone on A Fist Full of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly; Serge Gainsbourg’s Anna and the sitar driven, psychadelic-funk sounds from La Pacha (which inspired, […]


If it weren’t for the heavy handedness of the PRC, Glee-East would be the massive sino-pop super-star brother to the American-Pop Hit-Show. Yet, since there is no Glee-East, so we’ll have to explore that which is. The Music of Glee, which is actually the music of American Pop adapted by Hollywood, to produce the music […]