Wednesday, August 29, 2012

from Molly via LAMARABA: Masterpiece Theatre Vol. 2 - VISION 20/20

FM HOME BOIZ vol. 7, MPT vol. 2: Progressive & Melodramatic Pop

Rare Summer - New York (Central Kentucky, 1979)
Slaves By Trade - Look Once, Look Twice (Reno, 1987)
Chronicles - Little Wings (Philadelphia, 1981)
Vesuvious - Dream Of Youth (Chicago, 1977)
Nathan Shaffer (Buster) - Thank You (Chicago, 1977)
George Kidera - Dreamin (Wisconsin, 1981)
Scott Riedasch & Jeff Kain - Out My Window (Wisconsin, Mid 70's)
Johnny Schott - The Watcher (Ohio, 1976)
Aaron Dizzy - Looking For A Planet (excerpt) (OH, 1979)
Wizard - Blind Man (Pittsburgh, 1980)
Apocalypse - Hoovite Landing (OH, 1976)
Easter Island - Life Celebration (Louisville, KY, 1978)
Aaron & Rena' Notar - Dreams Do Come True (Louisville, KY, 1981)
Mush - She Told Me (Central Valley/Fresno, 1977)
K.D. Ryzer - Gotta Have Love (Montgomery, Alabama, 1983)

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


via Dangerous Minds:

"According to YouTube poster, bookheaven1thousand, the Captain and his band came onstage at 3:00 a.m. on the morning of December 10, 1980.
1. Hair Pie Bake 3
2. Best Batch Yet
3. Dirty Blue Gene (cut)
4. Sugar ‘n Spikes
5. Ashtray Heart
6. Doctor Dark
7. Sheriff Of Hong Kong (cut)
8. Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee
9. Suction Prints (cuts 20 seconds before end)
10. Big Eyed Beans From Venus
This set killed me. It’s one of the best and funkiest live performances I’ve ever heard from this band.
Some additional background from the YouTube post:
Peter Warner: Anyone ever come across a video of Captain Beefheart’s Mudd Club performance (the day [He means 2 days] after John Lennon’s death)? I was one of the handful of fans there and know it exists (Gary Lucas told me he confiscated the master: it was standard practice by the club for all performance to be taped). It was a wild night. Some girl in a big red sweater (good looking and drunk as all hell) was hangin’ all over me. She kept throwing change at the Captain telling him to shut up. I told the Cap I didn’t know who this chick was. (in hindsight, I shoulda gone for the chick.)
The Cap and I got into a stareing match—he singing away inches from my face as I growled back. What the hell, I was an obnoxious, drunk 17 year old. I actually made it to class the next morning.
Raymond Ricker: The band played there at 4 in the morning just a few hours after their Irving Plaza show concluded. I was about 1 of 30 people in attendance for that show (Don spent a good portion of the show putting up with an obnoxious girl who was drunk out her mind). If it wasn’t for Moris inviting me I would never have known there was going to be a performance there. As far as I know, this was the only time that band performed Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Back [He means “Knee”]"


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