Wes Phillips

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Wes Phillips  |  Oct 30, 2007  |  0 comments
Jeremy Clarkson rightly rogers the Volvo S80 SE Sport. This is auto reviewing as a contact sport.
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 05, 2007  |  0 comments
Bagheera is the mistress of the disbelieving glare.
Wes Phillips  |  Sep 14, 2007  |  0 comments
Huckleberry thinks I don't have sufficient respect for nap time.
Wes Phillips  |  Dec 04, 2006  |  0 comments
Own the 12" acetate of The Velvet Underground with Nico for only $110,000. For that price I'd at least want an intact banana sticker.
Wes Phillips  |  Apr 24, 2007  |  3 comments
Roger Bourland has posted seven YouTube performances of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah": Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, Sheryl Crow, Allison Crowe, kd lang, Rufus Wainwright, and John Cale.
Wes Phillips  |  Feb 14, 2007  |  0 comments
Clarke Bustard 'fesses up that classical music is a niche market. But, he argues, these days, what isn't?
Wes Phillips  |  Jul 20, 2006  |  0 comments
Site hero Fred von Lohmann weighs in. Read it all for the long of it; the short of it: "YouTube's 10-minute clip limit and tiny video window cater to clip culture, not pirates."
Wes Phillips  |  Nov 24, 2006  |  0 comments
Bagheera, unlike Huck, found the possibilities tantalizing.
Wes Phillips  |  Nov 30, 2007  |  1 comments
Adam Sohmer writes: "A fine humanitarian has gone through the effort of aggregating most known Zappa videos residing on YouTube, and there's quite a bit on tap. Check out the professionally shot videos of the Yellow Shark concert and wonder why this performance has yet to see a formal release. Or just sift through the page and cancel the rest of the day's appointments."
Wes Phillips  |  May 24, 2006  |  2 comments
There are LP collectors and then there are those freakin' record lickers.
Wes Phillips  |  Feb 06, 2006  |  1 comments
Ampulex compressa is a wasp that uses its stinger to temporarily paralyze and then hot-wire a cockroach so that the wasp can "drive" the larger critter home, where it can lay its egg on the roach host and seal it into a nursery. When the egg hatches, the larva chews its way into the host, where it feeds itself and then spins a cocoon.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 30, 2006  |  0 comments
"We're in the big African Queen inflatable, cruising alongside an anchored trawler. It's more rust than metal - the ship is rotting away. The foredeck is covered in broken machinery. ...