On the rooftop til the constables shut us down.
Len Zefflin II
This is the earliest known live concert recording of um, Len Zefflin, as they played Gonzaga University prior to their first album’s release. Young Monkeystador’s parents did not take him to this show. The venue was unheated for rock events, and this was a December concert. It was their fifth show in the U.S., and they used propane heaters to keep themselves warm before going on.
I like the studio version better than any of the live youtube-ables. One of my favorite S-K tunes.
They’re from WHERE?
While off down internet wormholes prompted by this blog, I ran across the horrible clickbait article “Best Band from Every State,” which is designed mostly to start fights. It caught my attention because the Boys of Beach, above, and as pictured in the article, might qualify for the California designation… but not without Brian Wilson, SMH.
Anyway, I learned a little band geography and will be curious to see everyone’s reaction. As the sometimes Pacific Northwest rep, I’ll say that they’re right about Idaho, glaringly wrong about Oregon, and a little off with Washington.
The documentary we’ve all been craving is here.
Take it away, Norm!
Battle of the Gentle Bands
Enjoy this take on a traditional American tune. Neurotic to the bone, no doubt about it.