Christian Clowns

Tired of YouTube? Maybe it’s time you checked out GodTube! For example: Christian Clown Training. Or how about A Summary Of Creation Science? Oh, and in other Christian Clown news, conservative christian leaders call climate change a “distraction”:

[…] Cizik and others are using the global warming controversy to shift the emphasis away from the great moral issues of our time. Those issues, the signers say, are a need to campaign against abortion and same-sex marriage and to promote “the teaching of sexual abstinence and morality to our children.”

The Voice Of Cheese: Stephane Jose

It’s… VOC #6! This week’s track is entitled Fraktal Suite Part 1 and was submitted by Stephane Jose who says:

The project is called “Fraktal Musik and other 2-bits pieces”. It consists of the Fraktal Suite (a piece in 5 parts) and a collection of various computer generated and assisted music I have done over the last couple of years. Maybe KUR readers comments will encourage me to finish the work and actually do something with it. Who knows?

As always, your comments are more than welcome. Have a listen:


Note: Stephane opted to offer this track as streaming audio only.


… a good place to raise your kids up! Lame joke, as I’m sure you’ll agree. However, allow me to state again that:

  1. Anyone who wishes to contribute to KUR’s World Tour Scrapbook is still more than welcome to apply.
  2. Budding musicians, basement four-track noodlers and fumblers that wish to showcase their music here are still more than welcome to apply for The Voice Of Cheese.

A Lesson For Zappa

What would happen if FZ had a lecture from Edgar Varèse?

EV: I must confess that my favorite rock song you did was “What’s the ugliest part of your body? [Here Edgard stands up, grabs an imaginary microphone, adapts a strikingly campy look on his face and sings], some saaay your nose, ba ba ba some saaaaay your toes, I think it’s your mi-hind, think it’s your mind, think it’s your mi-i-i-i-i-i-nd.”
FZ: Gosh Mr Varese, I’m flattered.
EV: I also like very much your Uncle Meat, not so much Yellow Snow.
FZ: It’s all about the big nasty.
EV: See. It’s your nasty obsession.

Copenhagen ’79

“This week I is being mostly arbitrary.” There is no historical reason why you should own this show: Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, March 5th 1979. No premiers, no special guests, and pretty much the usual 1979 set list. So why offer you this show at all?

One reason, and one reason only. That guy with the moustache who occasionally plays a bit of guitar. Tonight Frank is clearly in the mood. Long guitar solos litter this show, and each and every one is a worthy effort. From the opening Deathless Horsie, through to a great Treacherous Cretins at the end, Frank is on tonight.

And that’s all you really need to know…