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Music History Monday: July 1

Posted by Jeff Harris, July 1, 2013 11:19am | Post a Comment

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Born on this day: July 1, 1945 - Singer and songwriter Debbie Harry of Blondie (born Deborah Ann Harry in Miami, FL). Happy 68th Birthday, Debbie!
 

Born on this day: July 1, 1951 - The B-52's lead singer and songwriter Fred Schneider (born Frederick William Schneider III in Newark, NJ). Happy 62nd Birthday, Fred!
 


Born on this day: July 1, 1960 - R&B vocal legend Evelyn "Champagne" King (born in the Bronx, NY). Happy 53rd Birthday, Evelyn! (See pictures from Evelyn's in-store at Amoeba SF!)
 

Born on this day: July 1, 1971 - Singer/rapper/songwriter and producer Missy Elliott (born Melissa Arnette Elliott in Portsmouth, VA). Happy 42nd Birthday, Missy!!
 

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The Art of the LP Cover- Multiple Maniacs Part 2

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 26, 2011 11:40am | Post a Comment
Another batch of drug and / or ego induced LP covers. 
I did another round of these back in 2008, check them out here.

In Need Of Investment Advice?

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, October 17, 2008 11:40am | Post a Comment
Or, to be more accurate, Wall Street speaks to Mr. NBC

Wall Street Speaks To Chet Huntley 3-LP Box Set Cover Wall Street Speaks To Chet Huntley 3-LP Box Set Back Cover

In the mid 50's, Cronkite was growing into such a force that NBC brought in co-anchors for their nightly news program, to try and tag team the titan. David Brinkley and Chet Huntley were the team and they held their own. The show was quite a success and their signature sign off, "Good night, Chet"..."Good night, David," became a well known catch phrase. 

Chet Huntley came from the Murrow brand of straight shooting newsmen, so who better to explain the stock market on a 3 LP box set? Within the grooves, he gives some sensible advice on the nonsensical world of Wall Street and goes toe to toe with Malcolm S. Forbes. Unfortunately, this copy is extremely molded and toxic, so we threw it away-- something I'd imagine most of my friends with Wall Street investments, under current conditions, would like to do with their current portfolios. Due to the mold, I'll keep my eyes out for another one-- maybe said friends should do the same...

Wall Street Speaks To Chet Huntley 3-LP Box Set BookletWall Street Speaks To Chet Huntley 3-LP Box Set Labels

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