This was Cypress Hill’s debut single off their self titled 1991 album. The song also contains a sample at the very end, “All I wanted was a Pepsi” from the Suicidal Tendencies song Institutionalized. The video has cameos from Ice Cube and Q-Tip and was filmed in NYC despite the band being from Los Angeles (specifically South Gate).
Used in several movies, tv shows and commercials, Time of the Season, was released in 1968, although it didn’t become a hit until 1969 after the band had already broken up. It is one of The Zombies most famous songs along with Tell Her No and She’s Not There.
Author Vanessa Veselka will be speaking about women’s travel in cinema and literature as well as her own traveling experiences before a screening of Agnés Varda’s film Vagabond– the last of Clockshop’s My Atlas series- http://clockshop.org/myatlas.html
Pacific Festival: The Dunes music festival at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort benefiting the Surfrider Foundation- bands include: Holy Ghost!, Cherry Glazerr, De Lux, Miami Horror; afterwards you could also attend A Club Called Rhonda featuring the music of Giorgio Moroder- http://pacificfestival.electrostub.com/event.cfm?id=120850
This song is from Arctic Monkeys debut album, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, from 2006, which remains the fastest selling debut album for a British band. Their sound has changed dramatically over the years, especially with their new album AM, for which they are currently on tour.
Arctic Monkeys are playing the Staples Center in Los Angeles, August 7th with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.