The Bowiefest continues …
Something got me thinking about these guys this morning. Their latest is 2019’s Eton Alive, which I’m about to investigate on Spotify.
Lyrics and obscure British references explained here.
Terry Jones, dead at 77.
February 7, you rotten bastards.
From The Guardian comes this bit of good news for Radiohead fans …
Radiohead have launched a new online archive of their work, called Radiohead Public Library … releasing previously unavailable rarities to streaming services.
Hosted at radiohead.com, the site features archival material grouped around each of the band’s nine studio albums, including music videos, live TV performances, artwork and the group’s quarterly w.a.s.t.e. newsletter series. It also links to the frequently bizarre, nightmarish and labyrinthine previous iterations of their website.
But wait, there’s more! You can order previously out-of-print T-shirt designs from over the years and even listen to Drill, the band’s 1992 EP.
Get to it, you bastard!
Happy Friday, you dirty bastards.
And happy, happy birthday to me.
Wanted one when I was a kid and now I’ll have one. Fuck it.
Although The Treasury on Lamar was more my speed, I can definitely appreciate this.
This is a digitized version of an in-store reel to reel tape that was played within a Kmart store in 1973. In my opinion, the opening Kmart jingle is the most important artifact of this recording, but the music and small number of commercials make it a great listen.
I wonder how many seasons of Better Call Saul we’ll get.