You’ll find more videos from them on Youtube – with always perfect timing.
Flashback to December 17 2008, when KUR received the following email:
I’m recording a new project soon and I wrote NEW music for The Black Page. If I sent you guys a copy of the album and you like it would you mind saying so on killuglyradio? (It is going to be a digital release via my own site so I don’t stuck w/a shitty bitrate.)
Whereupon I responded:
New music for The Black Page? Sounds exciting! I’d love to hear this so by all means, do send us a copy if you want. I’ll be sure to give it a listen and give it a mention at KUR. Do you have a site where I can download the track(s)?
Fast Forward to the present:
As you can tell by the date stamp on the email, it took me a lot longer to get this project done than I thought. New music for the Black Page is here:
Glass Ghost, Burning Castle. Check it out.
Yes, the entire internet may have beaten me to it, but what the hey.
Happy New Year everyone!
… and I quote:
…an enormous bare legged peasant seated on the stump of a freshly cut tree singing a two-syllable nonsense song and accompanying himself with what we as kids used to call “arm farts.”
… and so:
The young composer-to-be rushed home to his family summer place in the Ukrainian countryside and practiced the technique assiduously until he was so successful at it that his parents forbade him to indulge in such an indecent accompaniment. (“Igor, stop that this instant, or go to your room!”)
Be sure to read John Adams full post.
Hat tip: Jonny Butter
The wonderful Victor Borge, ladies and gentlemen.
I heartily recommend that you direct your browser to this tumblr blog.
Via Dangerous Minds, hat tip Mike McCroy.
Any metalheads in the audience? Oh there you are. Check out this wonderful BBC4 documentary on the rise (and fall?) of British Heavy Metal music, which aired on March 5th, 2010. Part One:
Now pardon me as I’m off to run to the hills in a slightly paranoid fashion, you sweet child in time you.
As the night progresses we will find opportunities to pair Zappa tunes with a selection of world-class wines that pair with the different period and themes of Frank’s career. The wine focus of this educational and entertaining night will be Zinfandel, a truly original American wine with its roots in the Old World, but a product of the hard work of immigrants, just as Zappa created a truly unique and original sound from his humble beginnings.
Cute, though I’d personally prefer a beer themed venue: a nice Duvel to kick things off with Titties ‘n Beer, a lovely Grimbergen to go with Cruisin’ For Burgers perhaps — oh the possibilities!
In the three short years since Zappa’s 1975 release of his mostly live album with Captain Beefheart and the Mothers at Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas on May 20th through 21st, 1975, it’s affect upon popular culture is astounding…
…Beware, Bongo Fury! Mwwwahhhhhahahaha!