The Best of The ’68 Comeback Special – Elvis Presley

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The Best of The ’68 Comeback Special

Elvis Presley

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 15, 2019

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Elvis Presley: ’68 Comeback Special (50th Anniversary Edition) – Elvis Presley

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Elvis Presley: ’68 Comeback Special (50th Anniversary Edition)

Elvis Presley

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 15.99

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Expected Release Date: December 31, 2018


’68 Comeback Special (50th Anniversary HD Remaster) is the definitive version of the now legendary NBC-TV show. From pared-down, raw performances of "That's All Right" and "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" to enormous production numbers, it's Elvis at his best.

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Bryce brings down the house with epic Home Run Derby comeback

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Beyoncé Makes Sizzling Stage Comeback With Coachella 2018 Performance

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Ronda Rousey Wins in Debut Match, Daniel Bryan Makes an Epic Comeback & More Major Moments From WrestleMania 34!

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Johnny Manziel Selling Spring League Jerseys on Comeback SZN Site

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WWE’s Mark Henry Says He’s Retired For Now, But Don’t Rule Out A Comeback

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ILS Caps Comeback Show With Plans for September Return

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The ‘Old’ Taylor Swift Makes A Dazzling Comeback In ‘Delicate’ Music Video

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Serena Williams Makes Her Comeback to Tennis After Welcoming Baby Alexis Olympia

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5 Seconds Of Summer Begin Plotting Their Comeback With Cryptic New Teasers

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‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ Making Comeback in Toy Stores

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Bucks’ comeback falls short as Warriors win 11th straight on the road

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Why Zac Efron chose ‘The Greatest Showman’ for his musical comeback

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Ellen DeGeneres’ ‘Karla Kardashian’ Makes A Comeback With A Big Announcement!

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Return of the ’80s! Synth-Pop Bands Stage a Middle-Aged Comeback

Pioneering electronic music bands like Depeche Mode, New Order, Alphaville and Erasure have released new material. It’s like the 80s all over again.
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Is G-Unit Making A Comeback? Young Buck Says It’s Happening

G-Unit back in the house? According to Young Buck that may just be the case.

According to the artist formerly known as Buck Marley (or does he still go by that?), G-Unit is back in the lab and cooking up a new mixtape that’s going to be hosted by DJ Whoo Kid.

Wait, The Unit’s mixtape is going to be called Power? Maybe this will be the long awaited soundtrack to Showtime’s smash series Power that fans have been waiting for.

Though it doesn’t have an official release date Buck clearly posts “COMING AT ANYTIME.” Y’all ready for some good ol’ gangsta music?

But for those G-Unit loyalists who can’t wait for the group to release that project, Young Buck’s 10 Toes Down mixtape is out on iTunes right now. We wonder if Buck addresses his recent run-in with Starlito on this project.

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Mullets Might Be Making a Comeback Thanks to K-Pop

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Senate Comeback

A member of the Senate, known for his hot temper and acid tongue, exploded one day in mid-session and began to shout, “Half of this Senate is made up
of cowards and corrupt politicians!”

All the other Senators pleaded to the angry member that he withdraw his statement or be removed from the remainder of the session. After a long pause,
the angry member accepted.

“OK,” he said, “I withdraw what I said. Half of this Senate is NOT made up of cowards and corrupt politicians!”

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In the digital music age, the tape is making a comeback

The art of the mix tape might not be dead after all. In the era of on-demand digital music, business is booming for one of the last companies to actually make cassette tapes. National Audio Company, the largest of the handful of companies still making audio cassettes, was founded in 1969 in Springfield, Missouri and began producing cassettes in 1980. Despite producing a product whose technology has been thought of as obsolete for several decades, NAC sold upwards of 10 million tapes in 2014 and their profits are up 20 percent. Steve Stepp, the president of the company, which bills itself as “The Great American Cassette Company,” credits their success to the power of nostalgia. "You might think it's the older demographic powering this," Stepp said. "But it's not. It's the under 35 age group. They grew up listening to MP3s on earbuds and thought that's what music sounded like. "Then they listened to their grandpa's vinyl LPs or cassette tapes and that group has now decided that's what music should sound like, and the art is important on the packages as well. We have a very loyal audience. They experienced digital and now they have experienced analogue."NAC’s production lines are full of still-functional machines built in the 70s, a nostalgic technology made by other nostalgic technology.70 percent of their annual product—and this may be the most surprising thing of all—is recorded music cassettes produced for large companies like Sony and Universal, as well as smaller contracts with indie labels, who favor tape for its “warm, analogue sound.” Only 30 percent are blank tapes. Cassette tapes debuted over 50 years ago, in 1963. About five years ago, Stepp told the Daily Dot, interest in tapes picked up again. This followed a downturn in demand that began in about 1995 with the apparent triumph of CDs. In that trough between the downturn and the uptick, NAC had gone around the country buying up the machinery that made the tapes, as duplication houses and record labels turned their backs. In the event that you might think this a quick, hipster-driven bubble, there is one aspect of the new cassette culture that indicates it is not. In around 2010, indie label heads told Stepp they were having to go out to garage sales to find tape decks that allowed them to play the tapes they liked. So Stepp approached Tascam TEAC, the one time 600 pound gorilla of tape deck manufacturing, and asked them if they would retool their line and start building decks again. They initially had no interest, but last year that is excatly what they began to do. "They're not going to do that for a six month phenomenon," said Stepp. "We are acting as distributors for them and we are selling them as fast as we can get them in, by the pallette!"Convenience dictates much of our technology use. Who wants to have to stick around home waiting for a phone call—or rely on a clumsy machine to take messages—when we have phones verging on full computers that ride in a pocket? But music is not something we have to do, it’s something we get to do. And sometimes tactility connects us further to the art we consume. H/T Boing Boing | Photo by jDevaun/flickr (CC BY-ND 2.0)
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Is Tea the New Juice? How the Original Beauty Blend Is Making a Major Comeback

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Another day, another I’ll-have-what-she’s-having elixir. And yet, in the midst of activated-charcoal tonics, slow-simmered bone broths, and nut milks spiked with turmeric, the most compelling health brew of the moment isn’t exactly new. Tea, naturally rich in antioxidants and low in sugar, is experiencing a major fashion and wellness renaissance—and if a quick look around is any indication, it may be poised to become the next green juice.

In recent seasons, models have declared allegiance to energy-boosting herbal blends backstage, with Kendall Jenner professing her love for Kusmi Tea’s BB Detox, a mix of green tea, maté, and guarana, among other ingredients. Meanwhile, matcha—the powdered bright-green tea that appeals to purists and the whole of Instagram—has given rise to cafés like Chalait, a jewel box in Manhattan’s West Village; you can also find it on the menu at the nearby Equinox (virtuous) and in a new custard pie at Brooklyn’s Four & Twenty Blackbirds (deliciously less so). And among those shaping how we think about beauty today—from Reiki-practicing facialists to herb-focused shopkeepers committed to impeccable sourcing—it’s increasingly top of mind.

“Beauty tea is the next wave,” says Jessica Richards, owner of Brooklyn boutique Shen, known for its curated mix of natural-focused skin care and in-house facials. For a glowing complexion, she says, “It goes back to what you eat”—and drink. Richards regularly brews Egyptian licorice tea, citing its anti-inflammatory properties, and starting this week, she’s stocking the new Sleepy Cow tea from the U.K. brand (and Soho House favorite) Cowshed. The elegantly packaged lemon-chamomile blend, developed with the London-based Joe’s Tea Co., will be on offer post-treatment at Shen this fall for an extra dose of calm.

In the meantime, why not try facialist Negin Niknejad’s Love Potion? Inspired by her cosmically connected client, jewelry designer Pamela Love, the tea—made with heirloom roses, violet, nettle, cardamom, and other poetically charged ingredients—is one of four variations available as part of her JustBe skin-care line. Niknejad, in the midst of a three-year apprenticeship with an herbalist, also creates custom blends to support immune health and aid sleep. According to Niknejad, technique is everything: “I always recommend to steep your teas overnight,” she says of combining boiling water and herbs in a large Mason jar before refrigerating it the next morning. “Once you make an infusion”—as opposed to a quick-brewed cup—“that’s when it’s actually medicinal.”

Ritual is essential to this new wave of tea-drinkers, from Niknejad, who recently hosted a full-moon tea gathering at her New York City studio, to Baelyn Elspeth, a Los Angeles native who leads Taoist-inspired tea ceremonies in dreamy locales (Venice Beach, cedar forests), where flower crowns and drums occasionally make an appearance. At New York’s CAP Beauty, a wellness boutique in the West Village, the sensorial aspects of tea extend to its facials, which often incorporate chamomile and green tea infusions. Later this fall, the company will launch a private-label organic matcha, which entails its own meditative ritual. Expect in-store tastings, along with handsome teacups by local ceramist Romy Northover.

It follows that cleanse diehards have moved on to “teatoxing,” which makes some occasionally questionable weight-loss claims. “I don’t know about teatoxes,” says Frank Lipman, M.D., the New York integrative medicine expert who is no stranger to cleanses (his two-week version is a recurring topic of conversation in the Vogue offices), but he stands behind tea’s numerous benefits. “You get slightly different antioxidants and catechins and polyphenols” in different types, says Lipman, who drinks his way through the spectrum: black and green tea by day; rooibos by night. “In South Africa, we all grew up with rooibos tea,” says the Johannesburg-born doctor. “[It] was, in a way, like a catch-all remedy.” And it’s once again having a major moment, popping up in Aloha’s new Beauty Tea (along with sea buckthorn berry and hibiscus flower), in Sakara’s Detox Tea (with rose petals and stomach-soothing linden flowers), and in the free-radical fighting Cocoa Rooibos blend from L.A. boutique Chay, developed with the medicinal tea atelier Wilwand.

Of course, there may be some logic to tea’s moderating effects on mood and late-afternoon cravings. “You start drinking a tea a day, and maybe you don’t need that second cup of coffee,” says CAP Beauty co-founder Cindy DiPrima. It’s certainly well worth clearing some space on your desk for The Office Blend, from the artisanal herb company Daphnis and Chloe, featuring irresistibly chic packaging by Nathalie Du Pasquier, the Milan-based artist and Memphis Group cofounder. Made with rosehip, Greek mountain tea, thyme flowers, and peppermint, it’s designed to enhance alertness—and weaning off cold brew has never tasted (or looked) so good.

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The Saddlebag Makes a Comeback! Why It’s the Essential Late Summer Accessory

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Leave it to the last weeks of summer to induce a carefree mood among us all. The best way to sartorially translate that breezy feeling of the dog days? Start with your bag—but sans the baggage. Leave the tote at home (too heavy), toss the clutches (let yourself be hands-free!), and forget the top handle (too stuffy). Instead, opt for the laid-back symbol of the hot weather season: the saddlebag. Its charming shape is compact enough to not get in the way—but large enough to hold the essentials—and comes complete with a long strap to leave your palms burdenless.

And it’s no surprise that the conveniently cool carryall has made a comeback. The piece dotted the retro-redux runways of spring 2015, with Chloé reintroducing the piece in miniature size, while Michael Kors kept his classic in a sheeny leather. Throw further back to the chicest seventies heroines of sprawled summers past, like a devil-may-care Jane Birkin and a polished Jane Fonda who slung on fringed and embellished versions.

As for now? Our favorite brand-new choices range from tawny and engraved with a colorful Western motif, to pale blue with hints of a messenger satchel, or rendered out of slick crocodile. But whatever you choose in this era—don’t hold your horses—snag one to wear now and beyond.

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Reed Krakoff Comeback on the Horizon?

RESURRECTION: The Reed Krakoff label may soon rise from the dead. The brand, which suspended operations in March, recently posted a banner to its Web site homepage that reads, “Thank you for visiting. We are currently undergoing a thrilling transformation, and reedkrakoff.com will soon have a completely new look and feel. Check back to discover our exciting revolution.”
The message is accompanied by a photo which notions that the brand’s “thrilling transformation” is toward that of a Milliennial-targeted label. It depicts a tote bag spilling out with a T-shirt, metallic espadrille flats, an iPod, sunglasses and a bracelet. Though they are components from Krakoff’s previous collections, the items’ curation provides a stark contrast to Krakoff’s prior propensity for a higher-end image, replete with plush cashmeres and costly leather goods.
When reached by phone Wednesday, Krakoff declined to comment on his brand’s sophomore iteration. He did offer: “A lot of exciting things are happening with the brand — stay tuned.” At present, Krakoff’s two New York boutiques remain closed.

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The Summer Camp Trend That’s Making a Chic Comeback

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We all know the evergreen packing list essentials (remember, extra underwear and socks are never a bad idea), but curating a weekend getaway wardrobe that is both easy and elevated can prove a bit trickier. This summer, the nostalgia for traditional summer camp style (a place where, in my experience, you were no one without a custom camp sweatshirt emblazoned with your cabin number—bonus points if it was embroidered with your name, too) served as the genesis for monogram mania around the Vogue offices this season.

“Packing for a beach vacation is also the perfect time to experiment with whimsical accessories and bespoke additions,” says Vogue.com Accessories Editor Brooke Ely Danielson. “Think sunglasses in punchy colors, classics like simple white tennis shoes, smartphone cases, all of which are elevated by playful personal touches that feel modern—whether you emboss them with your Twitter handle or decorate them with your favorite emojis.”

Personalized touches are also a nice way to chic-ify otherwise cute, but often predictable, sleepwear staples, such as pajamas and sleep eye masks. And if sporting your own monogram from sunrise until sunset isn’t enough, well then you could always turn your hand to the picnic table: customizable Coca-Cola bottles, personalized aprons, cookies . . . a feast for the eyes all around.

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Whoa, We Were Not Expecting Bandanas to Make a Comeback Like This

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‘The Comeback’ Signs Off With A Stunning Season Finale

Rarely is television able to capture anything as graceful or thought-provoking as the second season of “The Comeback.” For something that lays out its premise in such a bare way, the eight-episode journey of Valerie Cherish, set nine years after we first met her, spoke to everything the show has worked to accomplish. For the first time in the series’ history, Val is free from a prying camera lens, and we are able to see some of the comedy’s most unbridled emotions.

Despite whispering to Andy Cohen that she “get[s] it now” — “it” being reality television, following her calamitous attempt to join the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast — Val obviously does not “get it.” Very little about the way Val comports herself in front of reality cameras is real, which is part of why Season 2 has remained so pleasantly punishing. We expect most characters to grow in some way, but with Val we get the opposite. After seeing her accept the role on “Seeing Red,” simulate a blow job onscreen and bomb at The Groundlings, Valerie’s marriage — the one consistent source of support in her life — begins to crumble. It was one thing to see Mark move out; no way could he survive the intrusive presence of the “Seeing Red” crew in their house. But when Val kept her wire on during their important reunion dinner, we moved past marital decay and into a degree of miscalculation that leapt beyond any of her past transgressions. If Valerie’s marriage molders but she wins an Emmy as Jane’s cameras roll, it’s enough to say that there is no such thing as a real Valerie. The scenes in which Val and Mark forgot there was a camera embedded in their bedroom, when glimmers of honesty and comfort shone through, would have been for naught.

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Instead, Val leaves the Emmys to go see Mickey in the hospital when his cancer flares up, and the show loses its ugly quality and morphs into the very thing Valerie wanted all along: the beauty of a well-produced television show, one in which she’d strut around with a literal glow hugging her frame. In Valerie’s ideal world, she’d get the laugh, the cry and the cheer, all according to the script that was handed to her. She’s got to give the people what they want, you know?

Valerie thought she got what she wanted with an Emmy nomination, people cheering when she arrives at a pre-party and advances from her hunky former co-star (Kellan Lutz). We know she didn’t. It isn’t until there’s no script and no producer instructing her that Val finds security. She leaves the ugliness of reality TV, and we get a third-party look as she panics about the odds of losing one of the people most loyal to making each of her performances look their best. By the time she arrives at the hospital, Mickey is okay and Mark is awed at her decision to abandon the award show before her category is announced. (By the way, how fun was it to discover Val was up against Julie Bowen, Anna Chlumsky, Laverne Cox and Sofia Vergara?)

At last, Valerie got, as the finale’s title indicates, everything she wanted — and realized she didn’t need to perform to do so. Isn’t that part of what the show has implied all along? We treasure Val’s ridiculousness, but we also know there’s a real person in there who might emerge if Val would remove the mask she insists on donning most of the time. She may have to step into a Dorothy-leaving-Kansas meditation to get there, but this is still the Val we’ve known since “Room & Bored,” the one who’s desperate for admiration. The only difference is that, for a few moments, the facade that’s made us cringe was stripped away. The episode’s warmth created a shocking finale that confirmed everything we love about the show’s acerbic calculations.

Did we need a “lesson” to feel good about “The Comeback”? Of course not. But after years away from it, do we really need a revived show to retread the same material? Time and wisdom have a direct correlation, which is part of why the return of “Arrested Development” fell flat. In keeping, the finale seems to say “The Comeback” isn’t just a show about an industry — it’s about a person.

Michael Patrick King and Lisa Kudrow have demurred about whether there’s more life in “The Comeback.” (Sean Hayes, who guest-starred on the finale and is pals with Kudrow, said it’s already a done deal.) One of the finale’s major accomplishments is tying a satisfying bow around this wonderful, turbulent season. We could leave Valerie forever and feel like we finally got a full picture. But it also proves that revisiting the show in another several years is HBO’s best course. Let Val and Mark go to the Emmy after-parties — “Uh, have we met?” is the perfect response when Mark asks if she still wants to go; see, she hasn’t changed! — but let’s check back in on them after another set of hurdles and another attempt at self-realization has set in. It turns out “The Comeback” isn’t so much about lack of growth; it’s about learning how (and when) to grow. For Valerie Cherish, it was a very specific journey. It’s not done yet. There will be a next phase, another comeback — we have no reason to believe otherwise. Valerie can gain some enlightenment and still flirt with the dark side. Laura Dern built an entire character off that concept. But now that we’ve stepped off the red carpet and into Valerie’s Kansas, the show has proven it was about achieving happiness all along. The teary-eyed sentimentality it took to get there shouldn’t distract from the continued mission to remain true to Valerie Cherish — good, bad, ugly and impossibly beautiful.

In the meantime, give Lisa Kudrow all the awards in the world. There wasn’t a better television performance this year.
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Joe Nichols Says ‘Yeah’ to a Country Comeback

When “Yeah” landed on top of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart this week it was Joe Nichols’ fifth time at Number One but a first for him in that its recording fees came out of his own pocket In May of 2012 the singer left Show Dog-Universal and was without a…

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Lindsay Lohan Gives Heartfelt Speech After Accepting Comeback Award in Italy: “I Just Wanna Give My Life My All”

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Our Grandmother's Favorite Accessory Is Making A Comeback

We’d never thought we’d see the day when our grandmother’s favorite accessory would take over the red carpet. Pearls are making a HUGE comeback, but the styles we’ve spotted on stars including Rihanna, Rashida Jones and Margot Robbie aren’t exactly like grandma’s pearls.

The precious gemstone has popped up in edgy ear cuffs, bib necklaces and chunky bracelets. And these modern pearl accessories are far from dainty. Just look at the oversized pearl statement necklace Janelle Monae wore to the 2014/2015 Chanel Cruise Show or the bold tribal-inspired Dior earrings Emma Watson flaunted at this year’s Golden Globe Awards.

Pharrell Williams has also made a strong case for fellas to rock pearls with his expert layering skills. Who knew a multi-string Chanel logo pearl necklace could look so damn good with logo sweatshirts? Obviously, he did.

See how these celebrities and more are breathing new life into pearls, then shop the slideshow below to give this trend a try. Because we doubt your grandmother will let you raid her jewelry box.


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