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Passing the Bucky

Passing the Bucky

Week 19

Live: At 88 years of age, the great seven string guitar wiz Bucky Pizzarelli and three guitar slingers came to the Cutting Room, dubbed themselves the Fab Four and then proved it with 70 minutes of finger picked, strummed and otherwise bedeviled swing for the ages.

Recorded: Not the greatest week for records, I’ll hand off to Old 97’s excellent Most Messed Up and maybe Styles P which I enjoy in theory even if it seems to have no sticking point.

Sports: Robinson Cano came, saw, and conquered the Yanks for the Mariners, and Mayweather found himself in a long brawl which he won but which he deserved to win against Maidanain in an excellent match. Meanwhile, the 80 year old racist owner of the Clippers gets no slack for age or money.

Film: Spiderman kinda sucked but did you see Emma Roberts lip synching to “Hook” on The Tonight Show. Plus,that Andrew guy? Shouldn’t he be a little less goofy looking.

Personal: A fit of depression had me singing songs off Low, even the fragments, all week.

Weather: Steady rain just to add insult to injury, though the weekend shrugged off the world a little.Plus a poison rose Sunday, looked sweet but wasn’t.

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