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- “All Dolled Up”: Night Flight’s exclusive interview with director Bob Gruen about his New York Dolls documentary
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- “Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
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All posts tagged "1970s"
“All Dolled Up”: Night Flight’s exclusive interview with director Bob Gruen about his New York Dolls documentary
All Dolled Up: A New York Dolls Story features amazing, rare live clips and revealing interviews that were filmed by acclaimed New York-based photographer Bob Gruen and Nadya Beck in the heady days of the band’s ascension...
- Posted February 10, 2017
All our times have come: Night Flight’s 1983 interview with Blue Öyster Cult’s Allen Lanier and Joe Bouchard
In this full episode of “Night Flight” that we’ve added to Night Flight Plus, which originally aired on July 15, 1983, a lengthy interview with Blue Öyster Cult’s Allen Lanier and Joe Bouchard is broken up by...
- Posted January 3, 2017
“Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
David Wechter & Michael Nankin’s adorable 1978 short film Junior High School drew praise from critics, led to making a Disney cult classic, and it was also the first exposure for singer/choreographer Paula Abdul. It’s now available...
- Posted November 18, 2016
“The Psychedelic Priest”: William Grefé’s 1971 film about a priest’s journey of self-discovery among hippies, heroin and hatred
In 1971, Florida-based independent filmmaker William Grefé came to Southern California to direct a film written by his friend, producer “Terry” Merrill, who had no script and no money — he had about $100,000’s worth of trading...
- Posted October 4, 2016
Record Store Day, every day: You got it nicer at Licorice Pizza stores in the 70s and early 80s
Yesterday was National Record Store Day, as we’re sure you’ve probably heard by now — and perhaps many of you reading this actually went out and stood in long lines and bought some of those new limited-edition...
- Posted April 17, 2016
“Pretty Maids All in a Row”: Roger Vadim’s outrageous early 70s sex-and-murder black comedy
In 1971’s Pretty Maids All in a Row, French director Roger Vadim’s first, and only, American movie, — written by “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry, his first and only feature film screen credit — we were treated...
- Posted January 26, 2016
December 16, 1979: It’s the “End of the Decade” on Australia’s “Countdown”
36 years ago, on December 16, 1979, the long running Australian music series “Countdown” — which aired on the ABC network for 13 years, from 1974-1987, showcasing all the latest hits and music fads, current chart trends,...
- Posted December 16, 2015