Monday, December 27, 2021

Blues on Tap, Tom Mich, Greg Paquette in THE SPIN ROOM Monday Dec 27 2021

 Crazy to Be Here @gregpaquette5 @lspinna @TheSpinRoom00 @MusicWeek @WhiteLightArts @DaliaDavisMusic @3dJt3 @TomMichJR1 @Slapbackband 10:10 pm #Monday #December 27 2021 #JoeViglioneMedia @rranimaltour 

Sunday, December 26, 2021

December 26, 2021 Summer Isn't Over, It's Just Begun The Salt Water Summers in Spain

 9:03 am #December 26 2021 #Sunday #JoeViglioneMedia beth amy rosenblatt

@rocktrust #MusicSupervisor #clearances #licensing #business #legalaffairs #filmmusic #TV #visualmedia The Salt Water Summers #Beach @Spotify Hear Thanks #Tiorr #OnlyRockRadio #Friends 
12:36 am #December 26 2021 #Sunday #JoeViglioneMedia @TobyEmmerich #TobyEmmerich #MusicSupervisor #clearances #licensing #business #legalaffairs #filmmusic #TV #visualmedia The Salt Water Summers #Beach @Spotify Hear  Thanks #Tiorr #OnlyRockRadio #Friends


Saturday, December 25, 2021

Christmas Dec 25 2021 The Adventures of Sunshine and Papa  

3:57 pm #December 25, 2021 @DaliaDavisMusic #joeviglionemedia #Beatles #Christmas #Saturday @spotify  

7:51 AM #December 25 2021 #tiorradio2 #Christmas #JoeViglioneMedia Salt Water Summers #beach #FilmMusic #SYNC #synclicensing @MushroomPublish @mushroompub Summer isn't over, it's just begun! TM @rranimaltour  

1:42 AM #Dec 25, 2021 #tiorradio2 #publisher #Christmas #JoeViglioneMedia #Saturday #FilmMusic #Licensing #Sync @deadlytune #Hits #sync The Salt Water Summers on #OnlyRockRadio #Spain #beach #saltwater #summer #YorkBeach #Maine #Pop

Friday, December 24, 2021

Christmas Eve and The Salt Water Summers


9:06 AM #December 24 2021 #Friday Summer isn't over, it's just begun." The Salt Water Summers #JoeViglioneMedia #Nightingalemusic @nightingalemusi #SkyBlue #Skies #Beach #Sand Produced and written by Joe Viglione @spotify

4:06 PM #Dec 24, 2021 #Friday #Christmaseve #tiorradio2 #publisher #Sync #Licensing #MusicFilm #FilmMusic #MusicLicensing @ascapexperience @bmi Jennifer Pyken @jenpyken #JoeViglioneMedia #Beach #Summer #winter #Spring #Autumn #water #Clouds #YorkBeach #pop  
20 Dalia Davis Spins of Beatles Bridges and 11 1/2

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Dec 23 2021 White Rabbit in The Matrix 4 The Salt Water Summers  The Matrix 4 empowers #WhiteRabbit by

The Jefferson Airplane in an amazing way Listen on #YouTube and read my review of the movie #JoeViglioneMedia

11:06 PM #December 23 2021 #Thursday #tiorradio2 #publisher #JoeViglioneMedia #MusicPublisher @SonyMusicPub #SonyMusicPublishing The Salt Water Summers @Spotify @spotifypodcasts listen here: #Beach #Businesscard #Sand #wintervacations #Rocks #spray #Ocean

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

George Washington Carver LOVE YOUR NIGHTCLUB / Beatles Bridges - Dalia davis on Only Rock Radio / Salt Water Summers 2021 #Spain /



 “Anything will give up its secrets if you love it enough. Not only have I found that when I talk to the little flower or to the little peanut they will give up their secrets, but I have found that when I silently commune with people they give up their secrets also – if you love them enough.”
George Washington Carver 

4:39 pm #December 22 2021 #WednesdayMotivation The Salt Water Summers on #OnlyRockRadio #JoeViglioneMedia @rranimaltour @Spotify #PaulMcCartney #BuddyHolly #CarlPerkins #FrankLoesser #NYNY #Uk
New York / UK



7:24 PM #wednesdaythought #December 22 2021 @DaliaDavisMusic @WhiteLightArts #joeviglionemedia #Spotify @Spotify #thebeatles


8:36 AM #dECEMBER 22 2021 #Wednesday @DaliaDavisMusic @WhiteLightArts #TheBeatles #JoeViglioneMedia 

1:12 PM #December 22, 2021 #tiorradio2 #Wednesday #JoeViglioneMedia #BostonRockandRollAnthology21 @DaliaDavisMusic @3dJt3 @TomMichJR1 

6:21 AM #dECEMBER 22 2021 #Wednesday @DaliaDavisMusic @WhiteLightArts #TheBeatles #JoeViglioneMedia as heard on #BostonRockandRollAnthology21 

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

The Matrix: Resurrections - a Review



   While Hollywood has beaten the Terminator series into the ground with too much "market research" and not enough of the core story - A.I. taking over the universe,  fans of the Matrix have been obsessed with climbing down the rabbit hole again.

    Sure, Trinity and Neo have a bit more chemistry as older folk rather than the cold, machine like loveless "marriage" they endured in the previous iterations, yet there is a far more inviting homosexual undercurrent between Jonathan Groff as the new "Smith," and his polar opposite, Neo (Keanu Reeves.)   

     The previous Smith, Hugo Weaving, was sexless and boring.   In these worlds created by Artificial Intelligence, anything goes, so the story line is actually a moot point as it can travel over, under, sideways or down and still make sense.  Shake up the snow cone and let the particles fall where they may.

     In the historical fiction land of Hollywood where there was the gossip that Keanu was "Mrs. David Geffen," it is fair to say that Reeves is highly popular among the homosexual set. So the introduction of Groff as Reeves' acting nemesis is all the more vibrant in this Matrix 4, eye candy for the masses, and certainly the introduction of a ruggedly handsome opponent takes years off of Keanu's actual age on camera.  The Reeves/Groff pairing is sizzling while the Trinity/Neo combo -while still awkward - has a sister/brother love that makes more sense when seen in that light.

It isn't untrue that Keanu has a solid friendship with David Geffen. When Keanu's home was destroyed by the last earthquake in Los Angeles, he moved into the Geffen mansion. They were also seen spending about a million and a half (approx. $15000) in clothing in Rodeo Drive. If to all this we add Keanu's discrete emotional life, and his frequent interpretation of homosexual roles, it isn't strange that the scandal has emerged.
     If you recall 2015's lifeless Jupiter Ascending motion picture from Lana and Lilly Wachowski, one wondered why - at least economically - they didn't make the Matrix IV instead of that exercise in crafting weak science fiction (mirroring the yawn that was... say, The Fifth Element.)   So here we are in 2021 with the Matrix gaming product and it neither disappoints nor does it actually excite.  The result is more... curious ...opening imaginative pathways to what a world ruled by A.I. could potentially be.  That, my friends, is where this Matrix needed to proceed more deeply.  Alas, fighting and fleeing - all done before - pads the script and hides the philosophical, to the story's detriment.
    Yet it still is refreshing to have the psychedelic parade back, and it is a far cry from aforementioned Fifth Element and Jupiter Ascending sci-fi misfires.  It just could have been so much more.

    The flashbacks to previous Matrix ideas - straight from the actual films - all as acceptable as a Return to Talos IV - the jolt much needed in the Star Trek franchise.  You see The Cage ...alias the Menagerie - one of my all-time films (the original pilot to Star Trek) IS the Matrix idea.  Only it is the indigenous species of Talos IV who / that retrieve, mine and extrapolate ideas out of human imagination while the Matrix A.I. create imagery and environment for their human slaves.  

     The Talosians should have treated the humans as pets, they would have got a lot further with honey than vinegar, but the A.I. in the Matrix have no such feelings.  The A.I. attempt to become human, in what was the Architect's despising mankind, but still needing a formula to use the human race.
     The brilliant Architect, a key character in the series, is replaced wonderfully by Neil Patrick Harris as the Analyst. They pretty much share the same, nefarious purpose, digital elements as in Terminator Genisys expose the actual being, but Patrick Harris plays the part well.  Maybe setting him up for battle with the Architect in the next sequel or a one after.  The biggest disappointment is Lambert Wilson as a "new" or older Merovingian.  Wilson is simply not given a good enough script for participation as malevolent as past outings.

    The powerful Merovingian with his chess match against the Oracle made for an inviting set of challenges that demanded repeat viewings.   This ragged old Merovingian in Resurrections - played by the same original actor, Wilson, doesn't have the suave arrogance that made "Merv," as Trinity nicknamed him, such a huge screen presence in the previous films. 

The Merovingian in Resurrections is as impotent as the lack of the Architect and Oracle characters.  It falls flat.  Indeed, the failure to properly use Merovingian is the most identifying flaw - of quite a few -  in this new film.

Lambert Wilson Interview


    However, flaws aside, and as stated, it's great to have the Matrix back, and for those of us studying the amalgam of philosophies mixed into the world of the machines, there is enough to tantalize and fascinate.     Allegedly using film footage (outtakes) from Sony's recent Venom sequel - of unnecessary helicopters chasing Neo, well, the violence and the bullets flying are still there, regrettably.  For at the end of the day it's the mind trip, the Earth version of Talos IV, that is the real psychology, entertainment and call to this new world of science fiction.  What is totally amazing is the extended version of The Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabit" - Grace Slick's psychedelic masterpiece, and how it and the film become inseparable.  Let's have more of that when this movie's sequel is put together, which is inevitable.

Monday, December 20, 2021

Children’s Book Review: The Adventures of Sunshine and Papa Review by Joe Viglione


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Children’s Book Review: The Adventures of Sunshine and Papa 

Review by Joe Viglione


The Adventures of Papa and Sunshine by Kitoto Sunshine Love is a marvelous Saturday morning walk through a magical land. 


Part real-life and part fiction with highly entertaining artwork by Kristen Niedzielski The Adventures of Papa and Sunshine is as fun a read as Laura Numeroff’s collection – If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, If You Give a Cat a Cupcake, etc.  Yet Kitoto has come up with an entirely different approach to media for young adults.


Niedzielski’s marvelous use of pastels give the imagery its own life, in perfect harmony with Kitoto’s simple story-telling that makes for an appealing journey.  The author never tells the readers, young and old, who her famous father is, and that adds to the charm.   It’s a unique “historical fiction” as Sunshine Love’s artistic license gives the reader a real/imagined story with her dad that could lead to a multiverse of tales as L. Frank Baum worked with his Wizard of Oz series.  That they actually lived in an historical town, and that her dad was involved with musicians such as the Beatles, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Jeff Beck, Sylvia Robinson, Lou Rawls and so many others, makes the humble and heartfelt story so different…and important.


Here is a fellow and his daughter living their private lives (and these adventures) separate from the final Beatles tour.  It is a daughter sending a private message to dad while giving the children and their parents something of interest.  This compelling book will have readers picking it up again and again for the first of the Adventures of Papa and Sunshine.


Book Title: The Adventures of Papa and Sunshine
Author: Kitoto Sunshine Love
ISBN # 978-166410-7792-51499
Category: Children’s book

Print length ‏ : ‎ 32 pages


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