They loved them, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I want a Shasta!
It captures everything about the 1980s.
Maybe it’s the organ lessons which make her scowl? Via.
You’ll learn to love it when a lady in a flimsy nightie instructs you.
Jimmy Rowles Sextet, Let’s Get Acquainted With Jazz. Via.
Having started back as a columnist at Collectors Quest, I’m still struggling to find the time balancing all my blogs (Inherited Values, Kitsch Slapped, among others), which means that planning is on my mind. So, upon spotting this gem, I hardly could argue with the idea of starting my wishlist early.
All I Want For Christmas Is A Go-Go Girl, by Ben Hinds.
Enjoy more go-go madness here.
Gilt Members who wish to dress their kids like little members of Janet’s Rhythm Nation can now do so less expensively. This military jacket from Beetlejuice (the kids clothing label, not the film) is available in sizes 2T though girls 8. Alternately, parents of Devil Babies, as seen in last night’s Cougar Town, might also find this jacket useful — as prep for a straight jacket, or an actual military school. Which means maybe there’s more of a connection to Beetlejuice the movie than previously thought.
Regularly $103; Gilt member price, just $43. (While supplies last; sale ends in three days and some odd hours.)
The Crosley Spinnerette USB Turntable isn’t just old skool in looks, this retro-styled portable phonograph not only plays all 33 1/3, 45 and 78 rpm records, but can convert them to MP3s. There are built in speakers (which also allows you to play your iPod or other player), a USB cord, software for converting included.