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Animals

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 14, 2009 11:06am | Post a Comment
belle barth customer comes first lobo records label
pueblo nuevo fadisa records labelwonderland disco band wonder woman disco rs international record label
thrones day late dollar short southern lord record labelhere comes the circus peter rabbit record label
ottorussl rachords label
joe cannonball lewis cowgirlboy recordsbob inglis record label
high rise live squealer revisited record labelmason proffit movin towards happiness happy tiger record labelbeatles get back tmoq pig label
So, I tried to include a couple of bears since it's LA Pride this weekend. A couple of pandas and the creature on the Fadisa label is all I could come up with. I think that's a bear in a suit and top hat on the Fadisa label...a look some guys might be into.
penetrators sweet kiss from mommy e&m record labelkyle times that try a man' soul paramount record label

Got A Light?

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 13, 2009 12:15pm | Post a Comment

Peter Frampton Breaking All The Rules LP coverMott the Hoople & David Bowie Bootleg coverScrooged soundtrack lp cover
los sinners lp coverenrique guzman lp coverholiday in spain lp cover
the mambo kings lp coverel canaveral los coyotes del rio bravo lp covermerle haggard going where the lonely go lp cover
sam kinison louder than hell lp coverthe nite-liters instrumental directions lp coverstuff lp cover
markus kugelblitz & raketen lp coverravel bolero philadelphia orchestra eugene ormandy lp cover
joan rivers what becomes a semi-legend most promo lp coverdane donohue lp coverjackie gleason present the love hours lp cover
gordon payne lp coverjeff chandler sings to you lp coverrobert gordon too fast to live too young to die lp cover
harvey scales confidential affair lp coverthe mad show lp cover

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CHRIS KNOX (TALL DWARFS, TOY LOVE, THE ENEMY) SUFFERS STROKE

Posted by Billyjam, June 13, 2009 09:27am | Post a Comment
Chris Knox "Not Given Lightly" (1990)

Chris Knox, the pioneering New Zealand musician of influential Kiwi bands The Enemy, Toy Love, and the Tall Dwarfs, is reportedly in an Auckland hospital today after suffering a stroke two days ago. The talented New Zealander, who also co-founded the country's legendary indie Flying Nun record label in the early 80's, is a major figure in the development of the kiwipop story.
Chris Knox
A living legend in his native New Zealand, the 56 year-old Knox's rich & respected career dates back to late 70s NZ punk era bands The Enemy and Toy Love, followed by being one-half (along with The Enemy guitarist Alec Bathgate) of the quirky oddball 4-track pioneering duo the Tall Dwarfs, whose music I highly recommend you seek out at Amoeba if you don't already have it in your collection. (For a prime example of their sound, check the video down below of the brilliant Tall Dwarfs song "The Brain That Wouldn't Die.")

Knox, who has an uncanny knack for creating the perfect infectious pop song, has also released a number of solo, self-produced albums. His 1990 song "Not Given Lightly" (a love song to his wife -- see video above) was named "New Zealand's ninth best song of all time" at the 2001 New Zealand Music Awards.

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Aquanauts - heroes of oceanic exploration

Posted by Eric Brightwell, June 13, 2009 08:23am | Post a Comment
Lego Aquanaut

Aquanauts - What Are They?

Aquanauts, as the name implies to anyone with even the most basic awareness of Latin and ancient Greek, are the oceanic equivalent of astronauts, cosmonauts, taikonauts and other nauts. However, there's more to being an aquanaut than wearing a blue blazer with gold buttons paired with white trousers. Nor are aquanauts mere scuba divers or snorkelers. Even donning a Breton sailor's shirt and Greek fisherman's cap, puttering around in a pressure-and-climate-controlled sub just makes you a submariner. If you want to be an aquanaut, you've got to get your hands wet. There's also an implication that you have to be indigenous to land because no one ever described a porpoise or a jellyfish as an aquanaut.

SEALAB I  Inside Sealab

Famous, Real-Life Aquanauts

Although every documentary about the Earth's oceans points out how much more interesting the oceans are than space (and how we know less about it), aquanauts are never as famous as their spacegoing rivals. Whereas everyone knows the names of the first astronauts on the moon, who can name any of the crew who first descended the Marianas Trench? See if any of these "famous" aquanauts' names ring any diving bells:

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MC Taylor of Hiss Golden Messenger Chats

Posted by Miss Ess, June 12, 2009 05:40pm | Post a Comment
MC Taylor is a certified California boy, born and bred. After growing up in Southern California, he rocked the San Francisco scene for many years with his popular band The Court & Spark, and was long a seminal part of our fine city's musical fabric. Then, one day about two years ago, he packed it up and moved to North Carolina to study folklore at a local university. Taylor has since emerged with a new project, Hiss Golden Messenger, and a new album, Country Hai East Cotton, which has very recently been released. Here, Taylor chats about his new life in the South, where, aside from creating music, his time is taken up by barn stompers, tending to his garden, and, oh yes...obsessing about and being inspired by an ever-changing musical array.

mc taylor hiss golden messenger

Miss Ess: What is Hiss Golden Messenger?

MC Taylor: Hiss Golden Mcountry hai east cottonessenger is the name under which I make music, usually in collaboration with Scott Hirsch and many of our friends in California, Texas, North Carolina, and New York. HGM is not so much a band as a musical approach.

I think of golden messages—like sky songs—as tunes that appear out of the blue and hang around your head, waiting to be sung. Some singers of gospel music I have talked to refer to these as “gift songs” that come from above, but I believe the more skeptically inclined can receive and sing these songs too. For example, I get a lot of golden messages while I am singing my son to sleep; they’re usually silly and I forget most of them. But some I remember and I record them later.

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