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Lola first appears in the episode, Members Only, at the Royal Oaks Glen Oaks Oakwood Oaks Country Club (or the R.O.G.O.O.O.C.C.) where she meets Bugs, while playing tennis when she accidentally hits him with multiple tennis balls as she's practicing her horrible swing. They are both instantly attracted to one another, so they decide to go out for dinner and a movie. However, Bugs quickly finds out on their date that Lola's high-spirited personality causes her to talk constantly (speaking what's on her mind at all times), be forgetful or confused about certain facts, and become so absent-minded that she even mistakes the trailers before the movie as the movie itself.
After the date Bugs decides to avoid Lola, having become annoyed and embarrassed by her quirks (going so far as to say their first date was the worst of his life). Lola, on the other hand, found their date to be the best of her life and tries to get a hold of Bugs through constant phone calls and 128 emails, all of which Bugs exasperatedly ignores. Lola then "runs into" Bugs at the dry cleaners, grocery store and gym. Lola startles Bugs at the gym, which causes an accident that results in a massive weight being dropped on Bugs's neck, but is soon saved by a gym regular. Lola tearfully tells Bugs that she doesn't know what she'd do if she ever lost him. He then tells Lola he can't see her anymore, saying he's not sure if they're right for each other. Lola, devastated, starts crying uncontrollably until Bugs deceitfully exclaims he didn't mean it, and to his dismay and Lola's excitement, agrees to go out with her again.
In Double Date, Bugs calls her to ask her to give Daffy dating advice. She gives Daffy a script of what she believes every girl wants to hear, and when he reads it aloud, she becomes obsessed with him. Dismissing Lola's flirtations as jokes, Daffy asks Tina to go to dinner with him, causing a determined Lola to break into his bedroom where she tries to convince him that Tina is an unhinged stalker. Lola pressures Bugs into going on a date with her at the same restaurant, where she spies on Tina and Daffy, who end up having a great time, much to her annoyance. She is dismissive towards Bugs, which encourages him to attempt to impress her which culminates in Bugs claiming to be her boyfriend when she says Daffy is. Lola immediately forgets her crush on Daffy and declares Bugs her boyfriend and goes about planning a double date between her, Bugs, Daffy, and Tina.
Lola also went through a series of events in The Black Widow, when she stole a diamond and forced Bugs to help her return it and made him help her find her mother's diamond bracelet, which she borrowed without asking. In the end, her bracelet was on her foot the whole time, much to Bugs' exasperation.
Lola is an incredibly perky and talkative young woman, who always speaks exactly what's on her mind even if she can't seem to concentrate on any one thing for too long. Described by Bugs in their first Merrie Melodie as a "very pretty lady, but crazy, crazy, crazy", Lola is considered attractive but unbalanced. She quickly becomes infatuated with and idealizes any man who she interprets as showing interest in her, even if she barely knows him. When the feelings aren't reciprocated, she engages in extreme obsessive behavior, to the point that she stalks potential lovers, taps their phone lines, breaks into their homes, and requires them to cut off friends and family members who don't approve of their relationship.
Lola genuinely attempts to help those she cares about, though this usually backfires due to how naïve, easily confused and distracted she is. Her errors range from small things (like what foods she's allergic to) to enormous (like confusing the Eiffel Tower for Stone Henge), to downright dangerous (like crawling into a mailbox without considering how to get back out again). When she's not (often literally) chasing men or spending time with friends, Lola likes recording her own thoughts and playing tennis. She is also shown sewing, singing, playing the organ and has expressed an interest in extraterrestrial life on several occasions.
Lola and Bugs first met at the Royal Oaks Glen Oaks Oakwood Oaks Country Club while playing tennis separately. Immediately attracted to each other, Bugs asks Lola out. But on their first date, Bugs finds Lola's unfocused, mile-a-minute musings to be annoying, and when she continues pursuing him afterwards, he finds her obsessive behavior to be "crazy." Lola later bought Bugs at a bachelor auction and tried to reconcile their romance, although Bugs remained at best reluctant and at worst afraid to be involved with Lola. Late in season one, the show began portraying Lola and Bugs as an official couple, with her worst excesses being downplayed.
For vocal or instrumental albums containing greater than 50% playing time of newly recorded material. The intent of this category is to recognize recordings that represent the blending of jazz with Latin, Iberian-American, Brazilian, and Argentinian tango music.
A Songwriter(s) award. For a song (melody & lyrics) written specifically for a motion picture, television, video games or other visual media, and released for the first time during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.
Award to the Artist(s) and to the Album Producer(s) and Engineer(s) of over 50% playing time of the album, and to the Composer and Librettist (if applicable) with over 50% playing time of a world premiere recording only.
I started writing on piano for the first time when I was 27. That was a big moment for me where I was. I feel like I finally figured it out. It took me a long time: I still don't know how to play the piano, but I know I'm going to figure this out now.
And when you're having a good time, good ideas do come. Even if they are silly at first and they're more openly accepted, and everything in the room is flowing better when those channels of enjoyment are sort of open, and everyone's laughing and having fun and dancing and being silly, that's how you get creative.
In film and TV, those stories are fixed. So, even though they might be editing throughout the time you're writing the music, they're still linear. Video games are nonlinear and interactive with the player, so the music is very alive. It's almost communicating with the player as they're going through the story.
The music needs to have shape and a theme, and it can have harmony and modulate, and each of the layers can play with the rudiments of tempo. You can play with double time and half time and triplets and subdivisions that can play into that intensity, but in a very carefully designed way.
I think it's well overdue, especially because gamers really, really listen to this music. I grew up gaming and I still do now, and there's something about hearing those scores that I grew up with from these games; it elicits this very visceral memory. It sets you in a place and time and it's a very deep-seated thing.
Cementing herself as one of this years breakthrough artists to watch, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Em Beihold released her debut Egg In The Backseat EP via Moon Projects/Republic Records in July 2022. Available for the first time on vinyl, this 12 EP is pressed on Duckie Yellow vinyl. Featuring the RIAA platinum-certified hit single Numb Little Bug. SIDE A:1. Goo 2. Numb Little Bug 3. Porcelain
Harlem-born Bishop began his performing and recording career as part of Art Blakeys Jazz Messengers on his debut Blue Note album in 1948. His bebop style continued on with gigs and recordings with Kenny Dorham, Jimmy Heath, Milt Jackson, Stan Getz, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Oscar Pettiford, Wynton Kelly and many others. In the 1960s he fronted a trio with Jimmy Garrison and G.T. Hogan. He recorded for various independent labels including Jazztime, Black Jazz and Muse Records.
The Reverberation Appreciation Society are proud to welcome Black Rebel Motorcycle Club for the seventh vinyl release in the LIVE AT LEVITATION series. The release showcases the bands 2013 appearance at the festival, and this RSD 2023 edition is immortalized on beautiful splatter vinyl and comes with a bonus track flexi 7. LEVITATION and the LIVE AT LEVITATION Vinyl Series The first Austin Psych Fest was held in March 2008, and expanded to the three-day LEVITATION event the following year. The event quickly developed into an international destination for psychedelic rock fans, with lineups spanning the fringes of indie rock, from up-and-comers to vintage legends, and capped off with headline performances from co-founders The Black Angels, along with Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Thee Oh Sees (in various forms) and many more. LEVITATION helped spark a movement, inspiring the creation of similar events across the globe and a burgeoning psych scene that would soon ignite. The LIVE AT LEVITATION series captures key moments in psychedelic rock history, and live music in Austin, Texas, pressed on beautiful limited edition colorful vinyl pressings - each an eye-popping visual representation of the music contained within. The artists and sets showcased on LIVE AT LEVITATION have been chosen from over a decade of recordings at the world-renowned event, and document key artists in the scene performing for a crowd of their peers and fans who gather at LEVITATION annually from all over the world.SIDE A 01 - Red Eyes And Tears 02 - Beat The Devil's Tattoo 03 - Whatever Happened To My Rock And Roll 04 - Fire Walker SIDE B 01 - Funny Games 02 - Six Barrel Shotgun 03 - Spread Your Love 04 - Lose Yourself 041b061a72