A passionate writer and graphic artist looking to break into the BIG TIME! Short stories, scripts and graphic art are my forte! Brooklyn N.Y. born and raised. Living in Manchester, Connecticut! Working on two novels now!
8EEZ Playlist: Journey
Hello again and welcome. The latest in this duelling playlist between me and my good buddy Oates (as his hair and mustache are curlier than mine) is a favorite band of mine from San Francisco, CA, who churned out massive hits in the 1980s despite having been formed the year after I was born. 1973.
'The Game': 20 Years Later
"Does this thing end?" This is a valid question posed by cold, shrewd investment banker, Nicholas Van Orton, played memorably by Michael Douglas as he's in the middle of a litmus test in the main offices of Consumer Recreation Services (CRS); a company that specializes in interactive life "games" that either test the endurance of the participant, or unravel them to the brink of insanity or death.
8EEZ Playlist: The Pointer Sisters
Hello one and all. This third entry in my duelling playlist with my good buddy, Calvin Cherry (who earned the nickname Oates on account I have blond hair like Daryl Hall), is devoted to an artist or group from the Reagan/Bush era that saw the rise of Jazzercise, the Cabbage Patch Kids, Freddy Krueger and the Iran Contra affair.
8EEZ Playlist: Birthday Edition
Hello there! Today is the day that God or Mother Nature decided to pollute this world with my existence! So, I apologize to the world for soiling this universe with my natural weirdness and need to be frighteningly in-your-face about it. To make it up, I'll treat you to my current playlist, made up of songs from the 1980s that most people have by now, forgotten all about.
Hi. My name is Carlos G. Don't know me? Well, I didn't expect you to. But, if it helps any, here's a brief little bio. Brooklyn N.Y. born and bred. Went to the Fame" high school, but have yet to attain said...word. My passion is writing (scripts are my forte), but my other passion (obvious only to me): music!
I was a mere 'kid' of 12 years when the late Prince debuted with his first ever motion picture entitled Purple Rain. Frankly, I wasn't sure what to make of it - or him. I vaguely remember the trailer, save to say that it was broadcast on one of those network TV 'music video' programs that ran in the afternoons because I was too broke to afford cable TV, which, of course, had MTV. How else was I supposed to be in the loop on any and all things, pop music?