Nirvana – The Man Who Sold The World (MTV Unplugged) – YouTube

Kurt Cobain Musician

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain Kurt Donald Cobain was an American musician who was best known as the lead singer, guitarist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Nirvana. A talented yet troubled grunge performer, Kurt Cobain became a rock legend in the 1990’s with his band, Nirvana. He committed suicide at his Seattle home in 1994.

BiO:
Born: February 20, 1967, Aberdeen, Washington, United States
Spouse: Courtney Love (m. 1992–1994)
 
Quotes:
  • I’d rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not.
  •  Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.
  • If you die you’re completely happy and your soul somewhere lives on.
  • I’m not afraid of dying. Total peace after death, becoming someone else is the best hope I’ve got.
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Middleport Pottery home of Burleigh and in Burslem: Mother Town of the Potteries – Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire

Middleport Pottery, the home of world-famous Burleigh, is now an exciting visitor destination in the heart of Burslem, the Mother Town of the Potteries

Middleport Pottery, the home of world-famous Burleigh, is now an exciting visitor destination in the heart of Burslem, the Mother Town of the Potteries.

Looks like Stoke’s been put on the map throughout the U.K. by the BBC!
BBC2’s ‘The Great Pottery Throw Down’ where ten home potters from around the country head to Stoke-on-Trent, the home of pottery, in their quest to become Top Potter set in Middleport Pottery home of Burleigh and in Burslem: Mother Town of the Potteries – Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire.

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Monkey Magic

Monkey Magic

Monkey Magic

Saiyūki, also known by its English title Monkey, also commonly referred to as “Monkey Magic”, is a Japanese television drama based on the Chinese novel, Journey to the West, by Wu Cheng’en. Filmed in north-west China and Inner Mongolia, the show was produced by Nippon Television and International Television Films in association with NHK, and broadcast from 1978 to 1980 on Nippon Television.ReleaseTwo 26-episode seasons ran in Japan: the first season ran from October 1978 to April 1979, and the second one from November 1979 to May 1980, with screenwriters including Mamoru Sasaki, Isao Okishima, Tetsurō Abe, Kei Tasaka, James Miki, Motomu Furuta, Hiroichi Fuse, Yū Tagami, and Fumio Ishimori.Starting in 1979, Saiyūki was dubbed into English by the BBC, with dialogue written by David Weir. The dubbed BBC version was broadcast under the name Monkey and broadcast in the United Kingdom by the BBC, in New Zealand by TVNZ and in Australia on the ABC.