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Archive for March, 2006

Is it Jamie or James?

Saturday, March 25th, 2006

Every year I attend the awesome North by Northwest (NXNE) Music & Film Conference and Festival in Toronto (this year from June 6-8) I’m reminded of just how exhilarating the experience of live music can be. And yet outside of that, rarely do I find myself at a concert.

It’s even more of a rarity that there are two concerts in the same night I wish to attend; which is exactly what happened this past week. Jamie Cullum, the dynamic British singer, songwriter and pianist whose brilliant Verve debut disc, Twentysomething, has sold over two million copies worldwide (with nearly 400,000 in the States) and garnered itself a well-deserved Grammy nomination, had returned to town in support of his wonderful follow-up cd, Catching Tales, and I couldn’t have been happier. Having already seen him in concert, I knew the kind of fantastic performance this lad was capable of. I mean, this guy possesses a level of energy, enthusiasm and talent on stage that is beyond impressive.

But then I discovered that new sensation James Blunt, another cute bloke from across the pond (and a former reconnaissance officer in the British Army), was also performing the same night. While Blunt’s debut cd, Back to Bedlam, had conquered pretty much everywhere except North America in 2005, the single You’re Beautiful was finally paving a platinum path for him and the disc here in 2006. (And I’m happy to share that I had picked up the cd here long before anyone else I knew had taken notice of this yummy Brit.)

It was a bit of dilemma but after careful consideration I chose Jamie over James. While in Paris earlier this year, I had attempted to attend Jamie’s concert there only to discover that it was completely sold out (and I wasn’t willing to pay 200 EUROS from a scalper for a pair of tickets, merci beaucoup). Mind you, the show was sold out here, too, but I managed to score a couple of tickets from a contact of a friend of mine.

I think I made the right choice. Having seen Blunt perform at the recent Brit Awards, he has a lovely voice (and is very easy on the eyes) but also seemed to be a bit nervous and awkward on stage; which in turn makes me a bit uncomfortable and awkward as his audience.

Cullen, on the other hand, once again proved that he is a natural dynamo with an electric stage presence, effortlessly engaging his fans at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre, a welcomingly intimate venue (think of a smaller version of Thunderdome from the Mad Max flick). At one point he even wandered into the audience with his saxophone player to perform David Bowie’s classic Nature Boy; a wonderful interpretation of the song enhanced by the fact that he was standing so close to where I was sitting I could have easily slipped him my business card without anyone knowing.

While impossible to be in two places at once, I’m sure the time will come for me to be perfectly Blunt next time around.

Cheers,

S.R.

Mother Natured

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

“A teen wearing only his boxers, survives being sucked…” Sounds like a promising beginning to an uplifting story, don’t you think? Well, it is. Starts as uplifting but ends up being a letdown; for both the young gent in question and anyone hoping that the story is sexual in nature.

Last week, 19 year-old Matt Suter–who resides near Fordland, Missouri–was sucked from his family’s mobile home and thrown the equivalent of four football fields (approximately 1,307 feet), an experience he thankfully survived. And one that redefines the term “touchdown”.

For someone who claims to have never flown in an airplane before, he nonetheless came pretty close to becoming a member of the mile high club. (Sir Randy can think of more pleasurable ways to achieve that objective.) Well, at least he didn’t have to contend with a bitchy flight attendant or a crying baby before making his descent. For more on this story, you may want to check out ABC news.

Ciao for now.

S.R.

Making a Great Thing Better

Saturday, March 11th, 2006

It’s always nice to check in on friends to see how they’re doing. And that’s exactly what I just finished doing with a few of those sites which I happen to be very fond of.

First up was my perpetual crushing site Randy Blue, home to some of the hottest men and action on the web. And as is seemingly always the case, there’s no shortage of sizzling sex and delicious cock at Randy Blue in 2006. Check out Cole (added March 10) and his hot bubble butt in a hot bubble bath, or the make-you-sweat three-way between Adam, Jay & Kody (added March 3), or Kody (again) and Mason’s XXX housecall (added January 27). For sexy solo action, Jude (added February 21) and Brad (added January 3) prove that one isn’t necessarily a lonely number.

I dropped by Naked Sword briefly to check out what current clips its previewing. Deep South, Part 1 (from reliable Falcon Studios) showed so much hot promise that I watched it a couple of times; always a good sign of things to come.

LatinBoyz, the hands (and pants) down best site for capturing hot Latino action, continues to add some dazzling young and hung studs to an already impressive collection. The latest attention-getting god is Eddie, who is absolutely stunning. Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself.

Speaking of which, Sir Randy has somewhere he needs to be…

Later,

S.R.

Oscar The Grouch

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006

So it’s the day after the day after the Academy Awards. Not a winning night for Jake, Heath, Matt or Sir Randy, damn it. Whereas the studly actors didn’t win in their nominated categories (at least their films picked up some impressive hardware), I came in a less than victorious but respectable 4th place in the Oscar pool in which I participated. Not bad really, but not Oscar gold either. The winner of the pool had 20 out of a possible 24 correct predictions; I had 17. Oh well, as David Strathaim says in his Oscar nominated role, “Good night, and good luck”…until next year’s broadcast.

Speaking of the Oscars, I may be in a minority here but I thoroughly enjoyed this year’s show. The CGI opening sequence was brief, entertaining and visually engaging. (Thank god we were spared one of those initially amusing but ultimately tiresome Billy Crystal openings where he does a musical parody of the Best Picture nominees. I for one do not miss Crystal as the host. Can you tell?)

Jon Stewart did an admirable job of hosting but it was clear that some of the Hollywood industry types in the audience didn’t get his humor. Tough nuts for them, I say. And the show came in under three hours. Lucky nuts for us.

The clip montage of homoerotic moments from Westerns was classic. Even for those who have seen The Celluloid Closet, the subtext of these clips was surprisingly gay, gay, gay. And hysterical to boot…although again it seemed that a noticeable portion of the audience was feeling a little uncomfortable with all those double entendres dripping from the smoking guns from the silver screen. I love it!

Thankfully, there was no shortage of hot men in tuxes in the Kodak Theater. Anyone else find himself praying for the day when men wear tuxedos like they do blue jeans. Can you imagine?

Although many of the frontrunners took home Oscars (Reese Witherspoon & Philip Seymour Hoffman, for example) who on earth would have expected Crash to have walked away with the evening’s top award? I mean Crash is okay but Best Picture? C’mon, give me a broke—er, I mean break.

Okay, time to get back to reality…

S.R.

And (hopefully) the Oscar goes to…

Saturday, March 4th, 2006

As it’s been a bit of a blog theme for me lately, I thought it only appropriate to share my predictions for the winners at tomorrow night’s Academy Awards presentation (being televised live by the ABC Television Network).

With any luck my predictions will be more hit than miss, not for strictly reasons of pride but also for financial gain. As is the case with many people when it comes to the Oscars, Sir Randy is participating in an Oscar pool. We’re not talking thousands of dollars here, but given the stiff competition of my fellow participants, a win would be ever so sweet.

So here are my predictions for the winners at the 78th Academy Awards:

Picture: Brokeback Mountain
Director: Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain)
Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote)
Actress: Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line)
Supporting Actor: George Clooney (Syriana)
Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz (The Constant Gardener)
Animated Feature Film: Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Art Direction: Memoirs of a Geisha
Cinematography: Memoirs of a Geisha
Costume Design: Memoirs of a Geisha
Documentary Feature: March of the Penguins
Documentary Short Subject: God Sleeps in Rwanda
Film Editing: The Constant Gardener
Foreign Language Film: Paradise Now
Makeup: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Original Score: John Williams (Memoirs of a Geisha)
Original Song: “Travelin’ Thru” (Transamerica), Music & Lyrics by Dolly Parton
Animated Short: The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation
Live Action Short: Our Time Is Up
Sound Editing: King Kong
Sound Mixing: King Kong
Visual Effects: King Kong
Adapted Screenplay: Brokeback Mountain
Original Screenplay: Crash

Let’s hope that Sir Randy’s predictions are an embarrassment of riches, and not simply an embarrassment.

See you on the other side of the red carpet….

Cheers!

S.R.

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