I'd highly recommend Uncle Fred in Springtime, I'm in the middle of it at the moment, I'd never read any of the Uncle Fred books before but this one is great, it has as perfect an opening as I've ever seen in any of them, laughed out loud several times over the course of the first few pages.
Just finished the Beginning of Spring by Penelope Fitzgerald, its unlike anything I've ever read, its a short, easy read but every sentence is perfect and there's a lot to think about - highly recommended.
There's a free chrome add on thing called Hola which allows you to change which country Netflix (or any other site) thinks you're in. You just click the flag to change to another country and then you have access to all the films available there with your normal netflix account.
Its also great...
his girl friday
ferris bueller's day off
can't choose between any of jafar panahi's films, they're all astonishing and have changed my way of looking at the world/culture.
london by patrick keiller
in the mood for love
the cameraman (buster keaton)
not really crunk or bounce but here's some southern stuff that's great that i haven't seen posted so far.
Petey Pablo - Raise Up
Juvenile - In My Life ft. Mannie Fresh
(why is it so difficult to get uncut versions of these tunes?)
Birdman & Lil' Wayne - Stuntin' Like My Daddy
i can't get enough of "el maana" (le sens du mot) by nass el ghiwane.
i've heard stuff but them before and really liked it but in a sort of " i must get around to paying proper attention to that sort of thing someday "
this tune though blew may away as soon as i heard it and i've been...
i'd forgotten about this album, used to have it years ago but i've lost most of my cds in the meantime.
you don't by any chance have a download link for it do you?
i've a hankering to hear it now, great album!