But before we get started, it’s time once again to plug one of my favorite bands of all-time— those crazy elementary school teachers who change into demonic rockers at night: No Small Children. Coming off of a successful run playing the title tune from the movie Ghostbusters II, they pluck another rocker out of the air and it’s a beaut! Lay back (if you can) and listen to what the percentage of us not tied to our iThings are hearing. I Feel Better!!!
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Frank Gutch Jr: T Bone. Got it? He’s from T exas… Glenn Patscha To Release Ten Year Old Album Because It’s a Killer!…plus NotesPosted in Opinion, Review with tags All Fires the Fire, Alpha Band, Anna Cordell, Bob Dylan, Brian Cullman, Chet Flippo, Clive Davis, David Bullock, DBAWIS, Death Hoax, Don't Believe a Word I Say, Donovan Woods, Frank Gutch Jr., Gilmore Girls, glenn patscha, Guy Clark, Indie Artists, Indie Music, Lloyd Sachs, music videos, No Small Children, Obscura Hail, Ollabelle, Phil White, Radney Foster, Records, Rollin' Thunder Revue, Scott Fraser, segarini, Songs from the Jefferson Highway, Space Opera, Sweet Home Oregon, Sycamore Creek, T-Bone Burnett, Tamara Saviano, the curtis mayflower, Whistler Chaucer Detroit & Greenhill on February 14, 2017 by segarini
Frank Gutch Jr: Jim of Seattle and Jaimie Vernon: Sci-Fi to Retro at 20,000 Watts; Plus Notes You Should Take More SeriouslyPosted in Opinion, Review with tags 000 Watts, Albert af Ekenstam, Bob Segarini, Both the Planet Frank, Bullseye Canada, Burns &Kristy, Chris Keesey, Christy Hays, Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer, DBAWIS, Deep Sea Divers, Don't Believe a Word I Say, Donovan Woods, Frank Gutch Jr., Gren Monkey Records, Gurrs, Indie Artists, Indie Music, Jaimie Vernon, Jeff Ellis, Jim of Seattle, music, Music Radio, music videos, Nightmare @ 20, Pacific Soul Ltd, Records, Rob Martinez, segarini, Sweet Home Oregon, The Elders, We Are All Famous on October 25, 2016 by segarini
Goddamn Jim of Seattle… I no sooner put last week’s column to bed and here he comes along with an album which has had me up nights and all weekend with “We are the Elders… We Are the Elders… We are the Elders…” running through my head on a constant loop. I can’t stop it and it would drive me crazy if I didn’t love it so much. See, ol’ Jim came up with this idea… well, maybe I should tell you about his last album because sure as shootin’ you either have not heard it or have forgotten.
Frank Gutch Jr: Fall On Deaf Ears? Not These Albums….. Plus Voluminous Notes of Questionable CharacterPosted in Opinion, Review with tags All the Time, Amy van Keeken, Beachy Head Music Club, Cooties, DBAWIS, Don't Believe a Word I Say, Donovan Woods, Duggie Degs, Eric Apoe, Fleurie, Frank Gutch Jr., Freddie Cannon, Green Monkey Records, Green Pajamas, Indie Artists, Indie Music, Jeff Kelly, Jim Sullivan, Mad Anthony, Morwenna Lasko & Jay Pun, music, music videos, Nella Thomas, radio, Rebecca Loebe, Records, Red Tail Wing, Rumer, segarini, Sophe Lux & The Mystic, Sweet Home Oregon, To the End of the Sea, Twelve Hides, Uneasy, Will Locker on September 6, 2016 by segarini
Fall is a beautiful time of year. Leaves turn color, the air gets crisp. It’s football time and the kids return to school. Hunting season is just around the corner. I have lived through more than a few and can attest to the fact that it is not like any other season, but then I say that about all the seasons. I love them all but I learned to love Fall best when I worked retail in the old music stores of my past for that was the time record labels came alive. It was their last chance to release the albums they wanted to push before Christmas needing the two or three months to gain traction for the big push, for there was no other season like Christmas season when it came to hawking music wares. Well, those days are past but it seems like they are back because some of the best have chosen this Fall to release their new albums and, man, am I pumped!