“It Happen(e)d Here”

This just in:

The Arf-Society will release a limited edition two-CD set of the legendary Grandmothers reunion concert from 28 July 2002. The price is just 15 Euros, with all proceeds going towards helping Jimmy Carl Black pay his medical bills. Pre-order now from press@arf-society.de to ensure you get your copy of this special set in time for Christmas. The album features Don Preston, Roy Estrada, Bob Harris, Jimmy Carl Black, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Bunk Gardner, André Cholmondeley and Glenn Leonard.

JCB - It Happend Here


  1. You’re Probably Wondering Why I’m Here
  2. Lonely Little Girl
  3. Motherly Love
  4. The Duke Of Prunes
  5. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance
  6. Son Of Orange County
  7. More Trouble Every Day
  8. Flower Bunk
  9. The Idiot Bastard Son
  10. Village Of The Sun
  11. Echidna’s Arf (Of You)
  12. In The Sky
  13. Silicone Hump
  14. Holiday In Berlin
  15. Big Leg Emma
  16. Lonesome Cowboy Burt
  17. The Eternal Question
  18. How Could I Be Such A Fool
  19. I Ain’t Got No Heart
  20. I’m Not Satisfied
  21. Wowie Zowie
  22. It Can’t Happen Here
  23. Honorary Membership
  24. Love Of My Life
  25. Soft-Cell Conclusion

Is that a sweet playlist or what? I’m off to order my copy! Yourself?

7 thoughts on ““It Happen(e)d Here””

  1. Please keep in mind that we East Germans are far better off when speaking Russian. Do wjelikoji aktjabrskoji sazijalistitscheskoji rjevaluzii…etc. etc.

  2. Sorry Jimmy but that moustache is copyrighted. A cease and shave it off order is in the post. Meanwhile, good luck with the treatment!

  3. Yes, Barry, a sweet playlist. Being a fan of the Grandmothers, I would’ve liked to have seen a few original tunes as well, but given the audience, I’m not entirely surprised, though. And, yes, I’ve pre-ordered a copy, if that’s what sending the Arf Society an email is about. I mean, given the need (or Jimmy’s), you’d think they’d make it easier to order this online?

  4. [quote comment=”2796″]has anybody got this yet?[/quote]
    Haven’t even had a confirmation email at this point. I’m quite willing to cut the Arf Society some slack for now, but they will have to get back to us some time pretty soon, lest we tumble into GZ type blurbtopia… Yo! Communicate, press@arf-society.de!

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