Oh no… Ray Harryhausen passed away at 92 today. Mr. Harryhausen and Bradbury were my heroes and with both gone, the world seems just a little less vibrant and strange.
My favorite Harryhausen movie? Jason and the Argonauts, all for that skeleton fight-sequence. This was the first Harryhausen film my father showed me and I feel in love with his animation.
Just finished hanging out with Mickey, and he took my laptop! Goodness gracious. He wanted to make SURE that everyone who loves Disney on Tumblr got this personal message from him. Love my boss ;D
NO FREAKIN WAYYYYYY
oh my gOD
I quite honestly stopped breathing
oh my god I actually teared up at this I don’t know why
Oh my God???????????
My boss, everyone. My fucking boss
M-Mickey? Okay Mr. Mouse. Oh my gosh, help. Help. Mickey you… you love us all.
Have you all ever had an evening where the music you listened to during a really low or memorable time in your life came on? Suddenly you crave the security and understanding you associated with it.
“Some Other Time” and “Old and Wise” by The Alan Parsons Project came on and oh gosh guys. I know some of you know of my sad-pathetic love-affair with APP but, folks, sometimes it just overwhelms me with how much the music resonates with me. :I
Also, it doesn’t help that you have Alan Parsons and Eric Wolfson working together. I mean these men made some incredible music and I wish more folks would take the time to listen. The engineering of these albums is such perfection and oh look, I waxed poetic for a moment.
Please, I hate to repeat myself but if you ever have the chance do listen to them. I highly suggest you first listen to ‘Tales of Imagination & Mystery’, ‘Ammonia Avenue’, ‘Pyramid’, and then ‘Stereotomy’. These are all albums. You can find playlists for them on Youtube or whatever radio-site you use.
tl;dr I have some feelings for prog rock. Carry on normally please.
I wish there was a better way to play 32bit stuff on a modern system because whoa man