Why is Stormy Monday rated R?

“Stormy Monday” is rated R for profanity and nudity.

Where was Stormy Monday filmed?

Stormy Monday – the movie blockbuster was filmed in Newcastle 30 years ago. It was 1987 and a juvenile jazz band was filmed marching down Newcastle’s Dean Street.

How can I watch Stormy Monday?

Currently you are able to watch “Stormy Monday” streaming on Hoopla or for free with ads on The Roku Channel, Tubi TV.

When was Stormy Monday made?

Stormy Monday (film)

Stormy Monday
Music by Mike Figgis
Distributed by Atlantic Releasing
Release date 22 April 1988 (New York City)
Running time 93 minutes

Who wrote Stormy Monday?

T-Bone WalkerStormy Monday / Lyricist

Who directed Stormy Monday?

Mike FiggisStormy Monday / Director

What is the meaning of Stormy Monday?

“Stormy Monday,” originally “Call It Stormy Monday,” was written and recorded by T-Bone Walker in 1947 and released as a single on the label Black & White. It’s about a guy who is tormented every day of the week as he prays to have his girl return.

Who made Stormy Monday famous?

T-Bone Walker
T-Bone Walker swung the blues, made his guitar cry like no-one else and wrote a classic in “Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday’s Just As Bad).” It’s among the latest batch of recordings named to the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress. Walker first recorded “Stormy Monday” in 1947.

What kind of blues is Stormy Monday?

It is a slow twelve-bar blues performed in the West Coast blues-style that features Walker’s smooth, plaintive vocal and distinctive guitar work. As well as becoming a record chart hit in 1948, it inspired B.B. King and others to take up the electric guitar.

What colors go with Stormy Monday?

Stormy Monday The mix of blue and red undertones, gives the impression of a purple undertone gray, but coordinates better with cooler grays and red-undertone browns.

What color is American white?

pale gray
A cool, pale gray that has a refreshing effect on a space. LRV, or Light Reflectance Value, is a measurement commonly used by design professionals—such as architects and interior designers—that expresses the percentage of light reflected from a surface.