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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2020 1:22 am 
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Just saw the Nashville ep.

Beautiful. Also, Third Man Records looks amazing.

One of my favorite episodes. Love the appearance of The Kills


yeah and Dead Wheater!!

Amazing.

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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VinylGuy wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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Just saw the Nashville ep.

Beautiful. Also, Third Man Records looks amazing.

One of my favorite episodes. Love the appearance of The Kills


yeah and Dead Wheater!!

Amazing.

Saw the Dead Weather open for Sleater-Kinney in 2005 or so, they slayed! Have never really connected with any of their records though.

Third Man Records is a cool spot, while I don't love Jack's music, I think the little world he's built is really something special.


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I wasnt a fan of Jack, i wasnt even interested...then i saw Dead Wheather open for PJ on ACL 09. Incredible performance. Amazing. Im a fan of the band and i really appreciate what Jack does with time.

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There's a posthumous Bourdain segment in this new LSD thing on Netflix.

He tells a story about pulling a Hunter S. Thompson and doing a bunch of drugs with his buddy and some hitchhikers, it's reenacted by the guys from Workaholics, it's pretty funny.


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Watching the Ethiopia episode now. Marcus Samuelsson's wife is so fucking beautiful. And this is a heavy episode. One of my favorites

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Watching the Ethiopia episode now. Marcus Samuelsson's wife is so fucking beautiful. And this is a heavy episode. One of my favorites

:thumbsup: :thumbsup: Awesome episode.


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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To be fair, did Bourdain ever actually have a bad episode of any of his series? I don't think so.


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Jammer XCI wrote:
To be fair, did Bourdain ever actually have a bad episode of any of his series? I don't think so.

We talked about this within the last few pages, but there are some eps of No Reservations where you can tell he’s frustrated by the network interference and is phoning it in


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i feel like down the stretch he looked like he had seen / done everything and was bored with a lot of it

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Yeah the later episodes are less than great. There's a certain mania to them too. The one in southern Italy with Asia is awful.

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Mickey wrote:
Yeah the later episodes are less than great. There's a certain mania to them too. The one in southern Italy with Asia is awful.


I love the Hong Kong one Asia directed. Might be a top 5 for me.

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Yeah the later episodes are less than great. There's a certain mania to them too. The one in southern Italy with Asia is awful.

The Uruguay one was pretty great though

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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Yeah the later episodes are less than great. There's a certain mania to them too. The one in southern Italy with Asia is awful.

The Uruguay one was pretty great though


I have that one, havent seen it yet

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Yeah Uruguay was one of our favorites too


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Trag have you seen the Buenos Aires one? a lot of the ep was shoot near my place.

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Fair, the Uruguay one rules. I didn't love the BA one, too much time spent dwelling on the "Argentina loves psychoanalysis" bit.

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Yeah I agree with Mickey. BA looks amazing and I hope to visit someday, but the psychoanalysis stuff got old.


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Pretty awesome that you get to live there though, VG!


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I'm trying to remember now, where was the ep shot? I mostly remember the scenes near Aeroparque Newberry. I'll also note that I watched that one after living in BA/surroundings for a year, so part of my disappointment was that every minute on the couch was a minute not spent seeing the city I missed.

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