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L.A. VS WAR

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Deadly Sanctuary aka Marquis de Sade: Justine

Posted by phil blankenship, April 12, 2008 11:23am | Post a Comment
 

Monterey Home Video #31188

INTERVIEW WITH EAST BAY BAND DISGUST OF US

Posted by Billyjam, April 11, 2008 07:02am | Post a Comment

Up-and-coming East Bay group Disgust Of Us (dOu), who headline at Balazo 18 Gallery in San Francisco tonight, Friday 4/11, are an example of a tireless, focused & dedicated group of young Bay Area musicians whose passion for their art overrides everything else in their lives.  They're happy to be making music and playing concerts.

 I recently caught up with the band members Cheryl and PJ to ask them about the trials and tribulations of being a hard working young rock band in the Bay Area these days, the BARR cooperative that they are a part of, and several other things related to Disgust Of Us. The interview begins below, past details on tonight's show.

Tonight, Friday, April 11, 2008 they perform at Balazo 18 Gallery located at 2183 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110. In addition to Disgust of Us are Sister Grizzly, Project Alpha, and The Union Trade. Admission: $5. 7:00 PM Art show by Marc Tweed and Jon Weiss + 8PM bands start to play. Concert is hosted by Pacific Noise (the online Bay Area TV show), who did an interview with dOu.

AMOEBLOG: First off, for people who may know nothing about Disgust Of Us, can you tell us a little bit about when and how you formed, who is in the band, instrumentation, etc.?

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K-Tel Records part 1

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, April 10, 2008 10:37pm | Post a Comment


Kicked off in 1966 with a compilation of 25 country hits, K-Tel was a major force is the music industry year after year. It was founded by Canuck Philip Kives with money he earned selling Veg-O-Matics and Feather Touch knives he had marketed for Seymour Popeil.  Mr. Popeil's son went on to found Ronco, a company that offered similar products, musical and otherwise.  Specializing in compilation albums and quickie T.V. ads, the company moved some serious units.  With huge series releases such as the "Hooked on" records, the company was a major player in the music industry.  That series charted very high and went as late as '88 with the classic Hooked on House release.

Scary investments in Oil and Real Estate put the company in jeopardy, but regrouping and canny business moves pulled them out.  Expanding into dalliances with that evil siren "the internets," however, has put the company into perilous straits. Time will tell whether or not this prolific bunch will weather the storm...



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April 9, 2008

Posted by phil blankenship, April 10, 2008 09:45pm | Post a Comment





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