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A song about hot-blooded love from "Blame the Vain", the L.A.-based country star's 2005 album and his first without longtime producer/guitarist Pete Anderson.
Johnny Cash sings alongside June Carter Cash on this classic country number, accompanied by vintage footage of June, Johnny, and the legendary Carter Family.
Jennifer Grey stars as Baby, who has the unexpected "time of her life" when she meets Patrick Swayze's Johnny Castle and dances the summer away. Also starring the great Jerry Orbach.
CNET TV reviewer Ty Pendlebury joins in on a fun rundown to start the week that includes a proposed bill that would require marketers to put a disclaimer on doctored advertisements, self-destructing e-mails, a Sony heads-up "VR" display, and something called "nomophobia." Yeah, you probably have it already.
We are broadcasting from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show where it looks to be the year of the tablets. Meanwhile, Netflix announces a one-click button on TV and Blu-ray remotes, and the music of Johnny Cash comes to Rock Band.
Get free turn-by-turn navigation on your iPhone, a USB stick self-destructs if tampered with, and rumors of the iPhone for Verizon are storming the Web.
After nearly four decades, their full-length, unedited hour-and-a-half concert is now officially available over-the-counter, as Johnny Cash At San Quentin: Legacy Edition, a deluxe three-disc display book box set package (a la the recent Bruce Springsteen Born To Run 30th Anniversary Edition) arrives in stores November 14th on Columbia/Legacy, a division of Sony Bmg Music Entertainment. The complete 31-track concert, the longest Johnny Cash live performance on record containing 13 previously un-issued tracks, four of them featuring Johnny will be complemented by Johnny Cash In San Quentin. This one-hour DVD documentary film, produced by Englands Granada TV, chronicled the event with numerous performances as well as graphic one-on-one interviews with prison guards and inmates discussing their experiences behind bars.
"The Business", directed by Nick Love from "The Football Factory", is a story of passion, crime and friendships tested to the limit. Set in the Thatcher era with the cool sounds of the 80's, "The Business" is an action packed gangster flick set in Spain's sun drenched costa del crime. Frankie (Danny Dyer), is on the run from the high-rise's of South London to a new life in Malaga with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash. Having no idea that this delivery of cash to super-suave playboy and ex-con, Charlie (Tamer Hassan), will change his life forever, he soon becomes one of the gang, and finds himself drawn into a flamboyant and violent world of organised crime.
In anticipation of the July 4th weekend, we're coming to you a bit early this week. Topics include why you should go retail to buy a new laptop or desktop, the late Billy Mays, and why your Windows 7 beta is about to self-destruct.