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As Kelly Willis planned to go into the studio last fall, she really didn't know what to expect. She had spent the four years since co-producing her 2002 album, the lovely, laid-back Easy, on family matters: her oldest son Deral, born in 2001, got three siblings -- twins Abby and Ben born in 2004 and baby Joseph, whose birth followed in early 2006. "This time around, I had absolutely no time or energy to be involved in the producer role at all," Willis recalls. So she called a guy "who lives and breathes music," whose instincts she loved and who she felt "really comfortable around": Chuck Prophet, the edgy singer-songwriter who contributed guitar to both Easy and 1999's acclaimed What I Deserve. Together, they would create the most sonically adventurous album of Kelly Willis' seventeen-plus-year recording career, "Translated From Love."
"Teddy! Live in '79" is a sizzling live performance DVD featuring Pendergrass in his scorching prime. Filmed at The Sahara Hotel in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, "Teddy! Live in '79" contains performances of hits from his first two solo albums, "Teddy Pendergrass" and "Life Is A Song Worth Singing," as well as a medley of his chart toppers as lead singer for Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. As a bonus feature, the DVD also contains an in-depth interview with Pendergrass recorded in 2002. "Teddy! Live in '79" is the first live performance DVD from this pinnacle, magic time in the sexy superstar's career. In "Teddy! Live in '79," Pendergrass raises temperatures sauntering and swaying in his spotless white suite, complete with gold medallions. Needless to say, he entertains in front of a most enthusiastic audience. Women, especially, can hardly contain themselves as Pendergrass makes his way through "Life Is A Song Worth Singing," "Only You," and his first #1 single, "Close The Door." Pendergrass pays tribute to his former group Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes with a medley including "If You Don't Know Me By Now," "The Love I Lost," #1 disco single "Bad Luck," and "Wake Up Everybody." Pendergrass also performs a soulful version of Eric Carmen's "All By Myself," which has previously never been released.
A nasty worm spreads quickly through Twitter.com but is quickly smashed. Intel wants you to pay $50 to make the CPU in the PC you just bought run at full speed. Facebook hides the "ignore" option on friend requests. And Germans say "nein!" to Street View. With special guest John Falcone.
The social network will no longer sell physical gifts, Gazelle offers new deal for selling used iPhones, and Apple may also start buying back old iPhones.
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The new Airwave goggles gives skiers an eyefull of stats -- including distance, temperature, speed and altitude. For those who can't bear disconnection on the slopes, the goggles will also display incoming calls and text messages.
On today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, the guys share the mics with longtime friend Clayton Morris of "Fox and Friends" and co-host of the Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe.
Congrats to Clayton Morris and his podcast The Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe for reaching 100 episodes! Clayton joins The 404 this morning to talk podcasting, backyard wrestling, and the NY tornado!
There's nothing like jumping out of your seat during a terrifying video game. So in honor of the creepiest holiday of the year, we share our picks for the seven scariest video games of all time.