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“Make Your Own Kind of Music”

I knew Dr. Vogel couldn’t be trusted! And how about that nude scene from last week?

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“I’ve Got the Music In Me”

“The Little Things You Do Together”

It’s not so hard to be married
When two maneuver as one.
It’s not so hard to be married,
And Jesus Christ, is it fun.

So another state’s on it’s way to legalizing gay marriage.

With that in mind, here’s A Little Nite Music with a little Sondheim. Elaine Stritch, as the one and only Joanne, leading the OBC of Company during a late night recording session of the original cast album.

Uh huh
Kiss kiss
Mmhmm…

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“The Phantom of the Opera”

Getting in the spirit with A Little Nite Music related to my favorite holiday, Halloween. Was looking for some clips from Phantom of the Paradise, but found this instead. It’s the campy ’80s music video of the original version of the title track from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mega-hit musical. Sarah Brightman, the original Christine Daaé, sings slightly different lyrics with Steve Harley, the original Phantom. (He was sacked just before the play started rehearsals.) Raoul has the most epic mullet you will ever see!

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“Porno Star”

Here’s A Little Nite Music with some embedded Eye Candy. Australian dancer and choreographer Wil Sabin’s potentially viral music video “Porno Star.”

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“Send In the Clowns”

RIP Dame Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011)

A Little Nite Music from A Little Night Music.

“Mystery of Love”

I honestly haven’t been able to stop thinking about Call Me By Your Name since I saw it. I don’t have much in common with Elio or Oliver, but they really nailed a few small but significant details and captured what it feels like to fall in love for the first time — and have your heart broken later. It’s bittersweet, but also a wish fulfillment fantasy thanks to Professor Perlman’s validating monologue at the end of the movie. If only I could’ve seen a film like this 25 years ago everything would’ve been so different.

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“Delicate”

Can’t say I’m a TayTay fan. I’m here for the former gay porn star who plays one of her bodyguards. Back during his porn heyday he worked under a variety of names for various companies such as Dirty Tony (under the name Danny the Viking) and Playgirl (under the name Memphis Blake). But he’s probably best known as Kevin Falk, the alias he used when he was working at Randy Blue as a big, beefy versatile muscle bottom. Enjoy the video and check out some of Kevin’s porn work after the jump…

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“You Don’t Know How It Feels”

RIP Tom Petty (October 20, 1950 – October 2, 2017)

A raunchy Roulette parody

If you’ve ever wondered whatever happened to Reese Rideout, wonder no more. Lately, you can find Reese (aka Nick Dent) on Youtube in skintight lycra, covorting with every ass man’s fantasy Bryan Hawn. Here’s the bubble butted duo in a Katy Perry music video parody that harkens back to that vintage Randy Blue porn video where Reese took on Chris Rockway during a ranchy wrestling match. God, how I miss the old Randy Blue!

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“I’d Love to Change the World” (The Sense8 Christmas orgy)

It’s the new and improved polysexual Sense8 orgy. Now with more man ass. Some members of the cluster were conspicuously absent the first time around, but this time everyone came out to play.

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“Demons” (The Sense8 orgy scene)

For those not familiar with the Netflix series — and just in time for the Sense8 Christmas special — here’s that orgy scene everyone’s been talking about… The “sensates” use their psychic connection to enjoy an international, polysexual mindfuck in The Wachowskis’ gender-blending sci-fi thriller — set to “Demons” by Fatboy Slim (featuring Macy Gray). For me, this show is all about the adorable and casually affectionate gay couple Lito and Hernando. Yum! But the German safe-cracker and the American cop are nothing to sneeze at. And the trans-lesbian couple (Martha Jones!) trying to catch the Big Bad by playing Nancy Drew is pretty fun too. Season two can’t come fast enough.

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“Purple Rain”

RIP Prince Rogers Nelson (June 07, 1958 – April 21, 2016)

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“Dancing In the Dark”

In honor of Bruce Springsteen canceling a Sunday concert in North Carolina to protest its new anti-gay laws, here’s a little something that was part of the soundtrack to my childhood. Yes, that’s a very young Courtney Cox as a concertgoer who gets pulled up on stage to dance with The Boss. Man, young Springsteen sure was fine!

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