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Isolated vocal parts for folk song Fare Thee Well, as covered in "Inside Llewyn Davis." Sorry for the occasional slightly flat note :-/ Hope you find it helpful!
Nonstop spoilers, but for those interested in an analysis of one of the best Coen brothers films.
Mayrvel finally concludes on the last day of our merry month of comic book conversations. While away this weekend at Fanime (thanks to everyone who came to see me!), I saw X-Men Apocalypse with some pals and managed to make a little time to talk about my thoughts on it (big thanks to Steve Yurko for letting me use his computer to record). While the reviews are right in that it's certainly not the greatest X-Men movie of all time, I majorly enjoyed my experience and it made for a perfectly fine installment to the recent trilogy alongside First Class and Days of Future Past. All in all, I truly felt like I was watching an X-Men movie packed with the characters I know and love. It's perhaps, in some ways, the most 'cartoony' of the film series, but maybe that's part of why I dug it so much? Either way, spoilers are in store, so if you've seen it take a listen to my opinions and be sure to leave your personal thoughts in the comments below! We'll be returning back to our usual non-specific Kirblogs again starting this weekend. Look forward to it! Got questions or ideas for subjects? Leave a comment here, tweet at me, shoot me a question to my ask-box on tumblr or anything you like; I'm always open to suggestions! https://twitter.com/kirbopher http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TOMEseries http://chrisniosi.com/ Edited by Amy Lucanegro https://www.youtube.com/user/ZeroIncorporated