Five Songs, Part 94 (the Clint Eastwood edition)

The bad and the ugly. Photo via CBS News.

Well, it’s the day after the Republicans wrapped up their relatively (and brazenly) fact-free convention, and it’s not saying much that the most talked-about moment last night wasn’t the nominee’s speech — it was the mad, off-the-cuff, 82-year-old ramblings of a screen icon known for few words of gravitas in public, and great control and nuance on screen and off.

Can’t go into this Labor Day-weekend edition of Five Songs without thinking of the once-mighty Clint Eastwood, flailing wildly at 70 mph breaking pitches at the end of his legendary career.

Anyway, have at it. And don’t labor too hard this so-called Labor Day weekend …

BTW: If you like the fruits of my labors on this site and feel they might be worth something, feel free to hit the button at the bottom. Thanks!

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly — Ennio Morricone

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly — Hugo Montenegro

For a Few Dollars More — Ennio Morricone

Rowdy — Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood — Gorillaz

Los Rancheros — Adam & the Ants

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