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6 MP3s Alex Chilton - Take Me Home And Make Me Like It! + Bangkok via Favorite Blog: Probe is Turning-on the People)

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Take Me Home And Make Me Like It

 

Free Again
The Singer Not The Song
Take Me Home And Make Me Like It
Summertime Blues
Can't Seem To Make You Mine
Bangkok

Take Me Home And Make Me Like It


   


 

session 293 -- LXC '78  
artist: title notes file size
Ork EP:
1. Free Again
2. The Singer Not The Song
3. Take Me Home And Make Me Like It
4. All Of The Time
5. Summertime Blues

Lust/Unlust 45:
6. Can't Seem To Make You Mine
7. Bangkok

one swell foop

simulated recreations:

1-5. Singer Not The Song EP (Ork 81978, 1978); pr. John [sic] Tiven
1. wr. Chilton & Tiven
2. wr. Jagger & Richard
3. w: Chilton, Deluca, Graflund & Davis, m: Chilton & Tiven
4. wr. Chilton & Aldridge
5. wr. Cochran & Capehart

6. Lust/Unlust 1250, 1978; wr. & pr. Chilton
7. Lust/Unlust 1250, 1978; wr. Saxon; pr. Chilton

courtesy GS & MGS

obits by:  Robert Gordon  Jeff Breeze

click pix to enlarge (incl. backsides)

27.7

JON TIVEN, THE MAN AND THE MYTH![YANKEES.jpg]

Y'know, I never really understood why there was a whole lotta venom and general animosity directed towards the noted rock critic, fanzine editor, producer and music-maker Jon Tiven throughout the years, even continuing well into these very days long after you would have thought any controversy associated with the man would have fizzled out to the point of oblivion. And of course it's true that perhaps there could have been some anger directed at the man regarding certain opinions directed towards a number of musical acts that some of us may have disagreed with, but that's (at least on the surface) no reason for anybody to call for the man's head like they have. I mean, look at Lenny Kaye who is one of my all-time fave rockscribes, and true he was one of the big champions of such things as garage band rock and its twisted child punk, but even a casual reader of CAVALIER can tell you about the times he would be praising to the rafters everyone from the Grateful Dead to JAMES TAYLOR and yet I never saw anyone comin' for him with the pitchforks and torches! Let's face it, none of the explanations that various rockscribes in the know (Bernard Kugel, Byron Coley...) really explain just why Tiven has been given such a bum rap lo these many years!

And I'm still not comprehendo as to eggsactly what that big feud between Tiven and TEENAGE WASTELAND GAZETTEer Adny Shernoff was all about, and true I've heard stories about how it was a "rich Jew/poor Jew" sorta enmity (sounds like a seventies miniseries!) and somethingorother about a review Tiven wrote that really got Shernoff's Irish in an uproar but let's just say that in typical LOST IN SPACE fashion I do not compute! And howzbout the time when Tiven went to visit noted bigtime rock writer and then-NEW HAVEN ROCK PRESS contributor Richard Meltzer and his then-galpal Roni Hoffman at their En Why See apartment and after that not only would Meltzer not want to have anything to do with the guy, but he continually started berating the Subject in Question whenever he had the opportunity whether it be in his review of Paul Williams' DAS ENERGI in the pages of FUSION, or who could forget Meltzer's letter to Shernoff's own fanzine where we're all let in on the dirty deal behind this meeting which resulted in Tiven only managing to take one bowel movement during the time and not flushing the commode (mechanism was broke...you hadda reach into the tank to pull the chain which Tiven was unaware of), but Meltzer describing the contents of the bowl which, besides his detailing the size and color of the doody in question, we are told contained nary a shred of toilet paper! Of course, insult was added to injury by Shernoff's response regarding how maybe Tiven had either used his hand, or "in an economy move" eaten the toilet paper and how in the more fashionable areas of New Haven it is the duty of the maid to wipe the hineys of family members. (And strange as it may seem, occasionally Meltzer would still be listed amongst the masthead as a "contributing editor" well into the last year of NHRP's run! Go figure!!!)

And there's also the story about how Alex Chilton had threatened Tiven with a serious thrashing after the latter did somethingorother to offend the former Box Top singer (I think it had something to do with the appropriation of Chilton's Ork Records EP tapes and reissuing them with overdubs...memory's kinda hazy on this 'un!) plus a few other things that have been flying about but hey, if anything all of these stories I've heard about Tiven, perhaps because of how vague they are this long after de-facto, not-so-surprisingly enough tend to make me want to sympathize with the man himself! Now I'm sure this is something that would surely arouse the ire of a Tiven-hater such as Bill Shute, but the way I look at it is here's a man who not only created the first real rock & roll fanzine (NEW HAVEN ROCK PRESS which predated WHO PUT THE BOMP! by almost a year, and I dunno if the original CRAWDADDY and MOJO NAVAGATOR could be considered true fanzine-y reads per-se) which helped him springboard to a career as a rock journalist in bigtime publications such as FUSION and ROLLING STONE and who can hate this modern-day Horatio Alger for doing just what a whole generationfulla fanzine upstarts only wish they coulda! Plus, like all of the cool rock writers of the day Tiven also had his own late-seventies punk band (OK, powerpop but we're talkin' "punk" as a strict blow against the established AM/FM-dolt-cum-cover band mentality of the day) so mebbe we should give him just a wee bit of slack for once???

But still the slings and arrow come, and frankly for a guy who hadda dodge more'n a few of those things myself it's kinda like I even have a strange sorta affinity for Tiven. Maybe I'll know better when the comments start rolling in telling me about all the horror stories surrounding the man or maybe not, but for now I gotta say that I'm gonna rah-rah for the guy if only for the fact that he unleashed a long line of NEW HAVEN ROCK PRESS fanzines which do make for advanced rock reading as well as an album by his late-seventies group the Yankees, an act that although nowhere as attention-grabbing as a lotta what was coming outta the garages of USA (and elsewhere) back in the late-seventies sure comes off sweet and smooth a good three decades later! And how often can you say that about a good portion of similar-minded pop-rock of a late-seventies variety? (Well, it's not like I'm exactly an expert on the wide range of power-popping music so maybe I should refrain from that previous statement until I at least slip on my old Pezband album and give it another go 'round.)

Naturally it was that recent arrival of those long-anticipated fanzines at my door and into my life (the one that yielded that boffo SPOONFUL which was reviewed earlier this week!) that got me on my current NEW HAVEN ROCK PRESS kick. Now I've been familiar with the mag before, and in fact I already own about five other issues of this mag which include a good hefty portion of writings from the likes of Meltzer (on Yoko Ono, and I'm surprised that she didn't sue!), Tosches (including the ish where he actually printed Ono's phone number, and there's even an article in an early-seventies CREEM about the time Brian Cullman or one of their lesser-knowns actually got her number from this NHRP, called her up and played a bitta accordian music for the lass!) and Greg Shaw. I don't have the ish which included an actual Fillmore East poster because those go for magnifico bucks these days, but at least I got the one with the free movie and that's gotta account for something!



 

 

 

Free Again by Alex Chilton  
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01 Free Again.mp3 (3575 KB)

The Singer Not The Song by Alex Chilton  
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02 The Singer Not The Song.mp3 (3283 KB)

Take Me Home And Make Me Like It by Alex Chilton  
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03 Take Me Home And Make Me Like It.mp3 (4470 KB)

Summertime Blues by Alex Chilton  
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05 Summertime Blues.mp3 (4051 KB)

Can't Seem To Make You Mine by Alex Chilton  
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06 Can't Seem To Make You Mine.mp3 (4357 KB)

Bangkok by Alex Chilton  
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07 Bangkok.mp3 (3299 KB)

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William Eggleston *Just whose RED CEILING was that anyway? Paris Review

William Eggleston

*Just whose RED CEILING was that anyway?

Paris Review

William Eggleston: For Now

November 16, 2010 | by Michael Almereyda

William Eggleston, 1970. Photographer unknown.

William Eggleston's color photographs are among the most widely viewed, and widely admired, in the medium. But I wanted to survey Eggleston's unseen, unpublished work-his B-sides, bootlegs, unreleased tracks-and to that end I made five trips to Memphis in the course of a year, rummaging through roughly 35,000 digital scans archived by the Eggleston Artistic Trust. The intention was to come up with a book of images rescued from near oblivion. The resulting selection-necessarily partial, narrow, subjective-favors pictures of people, many of them the photographer's blood relatives and close friends, a few of which appear below. When I reviewed an early layout with Bill, he was pleased to be confronted with images he'd clean forgotten about, and he provided considered commentary.

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Untitled (Marcia Hare), early 1970s.

 

 

"She used to dance onstage with a hippie band called **Insect Trust.

Their music, you could say, was too new for me. You could say I never made the mistake of listening to their music. I was studying Bach at the time. I never made a mistake when I listened to Bach."

 

§

Untitled (Julian Hohenberg), Algiers, Louisiana, early 1970s.

"A cotton merchant. His fortune soared in the billions. He lost it all at once. His competitors ganged up and brought him down." Hohenberg financed the first dye-transfer portfolio of Eggleston images, 14 Pictures, in 1974. "I don't think he'll ever know how important that was to me."

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Untitled (T. C. Boring), Greenwood, Mississippi, early 1970s.

"He was a dentist. We immediately became best friends. I can't even say why. I'll think about it, and if I come up with anything, you'll be the first to know."

T. C., alone in a graffiti-scrawled room, is the solitary nude in "William Eggleston's Guide" (Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1976). The blood-red ceiling, one of Eggleston's most iconic images, was located under T. C.'s roof in Greenwood, Mississippi, though that home, Bill takes pains to insist, is not the site on view here.

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Untitled (Vernon Richards with William Eggleston III), Memphis, Tennessee, early 1970s.

Richards was "a close friend from childhood, in Sumner, Mississippi." He appears extensively in Eggleston's epic video, Stranded in Canton, and assisted in the taking of flash-lit nightclub portraits during the same period. He's also visible, beardless, in the "Guide," gazing from within a parked car, above two bare feet, crossed at the ankles, braced on the car door.

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Untitled, Windsor Ruins, Mississippi, early 1980s.

Untitled, Windsor Ruins, Mississippi, early 1980s.

This officially designated "art car" was painted by Tom Young, formerly Eggleston's instructor at the University of Mississippi, and was driven in a New Orleans Mardi Gras parade. "He polished it, then painted it, then polished it some more. He spent months on it. He took it very seriously." The columns are the lone surviving remnants of the Windsor Plantation, lost to fire in 1890. "That car's probably the last thing you'd expect to see at that spot."

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Untitled (Tom Young), early 1980s.

Tom Young is also responsible for supplying young Eggleston with early, oracular advice, commanding him to photograph things around him, even or especially things he hated. From this, Eggleston extracted a credo, transforming hatred to love. His much-quoted remark-"I've been photographing democratically"-offers a measure of this reversal, his all-encompassing embrace and its Whitmanesque reach, whereby nearly every subject caught by his camera becomes part of an overflowing family album.

 

*"thanks to my A&R Man, Jim Barber for the title from this dregs of curious beauty of an essay on Old Bill. I couldn't have come up with a better title if I tried.

 
**"Insect Trust contained none other than Robert Palmer...NO! NYTimes, Robert Palmer (Music Critic extraordinaire--with an extraordinaire fondess for sleepy juice) on Noise Clarinet...no wonder Bill was not a fan.  Although how could you remember with all the quaaludes in the mix in those loagy Stranded in Canton Days of Memphis?!"

William Eggleston is among the most celebrated and influential photographers of the postwar era; the traveling exhibition "William Eggleston: Democratic Camera" is on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through January.

Michael Almereyda's films include Nadja (1994), Hamlet (2000), and William Eggleston in the Real World (2005). This text is excerpted from his afterword to William Eggleston: For Now, which gathers nearly ninety previously unknown Eggleston photographs in one volume and has just been published by Twin Palms.

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The attached  is an MP3 file of not one, but TWO voicemails this guy left. This goes down  in the history books - especially the second voice mail. 
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Just Jared: And now i know

Gliding meekly through the morass, looking like a skinny schoolboy in his navy toggle coat, was Jared Eng, a 28-year-old blogger who was enthusiastically waved into every V.I.P. nook.

An almost imperceptible ritual would ensue: Mr. Eng made contact with a handler, who in turn whispered something into the celebrity’s ear. A dim glow of recognition flashed across the celebrity’s face, and Mr. Eng was warmly received, sometimes with a kiss.

No introduction was needed with Ms. Lively, the star of “Gossip Girl” — the two had met many times before. Their conversation lasted five minutes and resulted in an “exclusive” post the next day. The headline? “Blake Lively’s Thanksgiving Plans Revealed.”

Even by the lax standards of celebrity journalism, this was a trifle of a story, but it is precisely the kind of cheery, quotidian, Britney-goes-to-Starbucks stuff that has turned Just Jared, a gossip blog started by Mr. Eng, into such a runaway hit among millions of readers.

It might also explain the adulation Mr. Eng enjoys from press agents, who practically shove clients his way, knowing that his is a snark- and judgment-free zone that treats celebritydom as a kind of never-ending slumber party.

“A lot of bloggers will just grab stuff and make judgments,” said Kelly Bush, the chief executive of ID, a public relations firm in Los Angeles that counts Natalie Portman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Penn among its clients. “I love the fact that he’s successful because he’s not trying to be negative.”

Or, as Taylor Swift told him in a recent video on JustJared.com: “You’re really, really nice! You’re really positive!”

In fact, more than a few publicists have taken to nicknaming Mr. Eng the “nice Perez Hilton,” in reference to the self-described “Queen of Gossip” known for drawing squiggly insults on the photos of celebrities.

And being nice seems to be winning out. According to comScore, which monitors Internet traffic, JustJared.com racked up 3.3 million unique visitors in December, beating not only Perez Hilton, who had 2.2. million unique visitors, but also other entertainment sites like Jezebel, Vanity Fair, Radar Online and the Hollywood Reporter.

(Henry Copeland, who manages the sales and technology teams for PerezHilton.com, disputed that Mr. Eng had pulled ahead. He pointed to figures from Quantcast that show PerezHilton.com with 7.6 million people, compared with 5.7 million for JustJared.com, for a 30-day period beginning Dec. 12.)

Either way, Mr. Eng is not one to spew competitive fire. “I don’t throw anyone under the bus,” he said. “It’s all objective and/or positive.”

An hour before the jewelry party at Lavo, Mr. Eng arrived at the Four Seasons Hotel across the street. He ordered water at the bar. “I have the Asian curse,” he said, explaining that he becomes flushed after a few drinks. He seemed more nervous talking about himself than he is talking to famous people. His lips flutter a bit before the words come out.

A self-described child of the computer generation, he built a proto-blog in sixth grade, long before the word entered the vernacular — a simple HTML site hosted variously by Yahoo! or Tripod, where he posted personal photos and ramblings.

Mr. Eng had a very sheltered childhood, growing up in Fresh Meadows, Queens, the third oldest among five boys. His Chinese-American parents raised him strictly, limiting his television diet to 30 minutes per week. They stressed academics, which paid off when Mr. Eng got in to Columbia University, where he studied computer science.

But his real major was pop culture. “That’s when I discovered Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, ’N Sync,” he said. “That’s when I fell in love with celebrity.”

After college, Mr. Eng went to work for Time Inc., analyzing magazine distribution, but he spent his free time blogging about celebrities, scouring the Web for juicy tidbits. In 2005, the blog became time-consuming enough that he decided to go pro, quitting his job to start Just Jared.

As his traffic numbers grew, Mr. Eng began breaking celebrity stories on his own. “People have learned to trust me,” he said. While many so-called exclusives are bestowed by publicists, Mr. Eng said many tips now come from devoted readers — like one about Ms. Portman’s pregnancy.

Mr. Eng says he was the first to publish online images of the 2006 People Magazine cover featuring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie with their newborn, Shiloh. He prefaced the scoop with the following: “WEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!” (Mr. Eng is a big fan of exclamation points.) He also takes some credit for promoting newer celebrities like Ke$ha, whose debut single, “Tik Tok,” he blogged about early on and incessantly.

His taste, meanwhile, remains proudly mass-market. Even the name of his site is a fanboy nod to “Will & Grace” — specifically to the character Jack McFarland’s one-man show, “Just Jack.”

It’s hard to pinpoint when Just Jared joined the establishment, but a good guess might be last August, when it was mentioned on HBO’s “Entourage.” When the character Vince accidentally revealed on Twitter that he had sex with the porn star Sasha Grey, his manager, Eric, sounds the alarm by saying: “Now TMZ, Perez Hilton and Just Jared will want to know if Sasha is your girlfriend!”

Naturally, Mr. Eng blogged about it. Long-time fans were exultant, adding comments like, “OMG YOU’RE FAMOUS JARED LOL.”

Blogging, even about celebrities, is not glamorous. Mr. Eng posts about 65 items per day, seven days a week, from the moment he wakes up — sometimes at 5 a.m. Sometimes he doesn’t sleep.

In addition to Just Jared, there is Just Jared Jr., a sister site devoted to the Miley Cyrus set, and three Twitter feeds, including a personal one (@JaredEng), where he updates his 80,000-plus followers on things like what he ate for dinner and a tidbit from last night’s party.

With the money the site brings in, he moved out of his parents’ house in Queens three years ago to a two-bedroom condo on East 29th Street, which doubles as his blogging bunker. On a recent weekday, Mr. Eng politely asked a journalist to take off his shoes before giving a tour of his spotless home, which felt the opposite of lived-in.

Inside, he has two laughably large computer screens: one monitoring his blog and overflowing e-mail accounts; the other, even larger, streaming the latest paparazzi photos and hundreds of Twitter feeds — favorites include Kanye West’s college-age stylist (@claycassius) and John Legend’s girlfriend (@chrissyteigen). A 50-inch television, mounted a few feet away, was paused in the middle of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

The site’s revenue comes almost entirely from display ads, from prestigious advertisers like MTV, NBC, Coca-Cola and Disney, to lesser-known diet and coupon brands. He makes enough to support five full-time employees, including Mr. Eng’s brother, Jason Eng, 33, a former hedge fund trader who is now the company’s chief executive.

“We’ve grown this into a real, viable business,” said Jason, the oldest Eng brother. He declined to disclose the site’s earnings, except to say, “This year we’re easily going to gross seven figures.”

Meanwhile, Jared’s offline fame continues to grow. He recently hired a business consultant, Charlie Walk, a former vice president of Epic Records, to grow the young brand. Mr. Walk helped negotiate a partnership with Lacoste, which is building a studio at its Madison Avenue offices, where Mr. Eng can videotape branded celebrity interviews for his blog.

Just Jared also hired its first public relations firm, 42West, to promote the site and its founder.

“I’ve always celebrated celebrities,” Mr. Eng said, taking stock of his success. “I never wanted to tear them down. That’s why I have so many devoted readers.”

Gliding meekly through the morass, looking like a skinny schoolboy in his navy toggle coat, was Jared Eng, a 28-year-old blogger who was enthusiastically waved into every V.I.P. nook. An almost imperceptible ritual would ensue: Mr. Eng made contact with a handler, who in turn whispered something int ...... Read MORE » on Dogmeat

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January 21, 2011

Patti Smith Because the night 1978 l'incroyable Paris

Patti Smith Because the night, 1978 l'incroyable Paris

Patti Smith Because the night, 1978 l’incroyable Paris

En avril 1978, l’incroyable Patti Smith est de passage en France. Entre Paris et Lyon, elle accepte d’être filmée avec ses musiciens au cours d’une répétition pour deux titres “Because the night” et “25th Floor”. Du 17 au 20 janvier 2011, la chanteuse Patti Smith est à la Cité de la Musique de Paris pour un cycle « Domaine Privé ». Au programme : documentaire, lectures, concerts… Pour ceux qui n’iront pas à la Cité de la musique mais aussi pour ceux qui y sont, et qui y étaient, comme un moment hors du temps, découvrez un extrait de cette répétition. 

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Patti Smith in rehearsal in 1978. En avril 1978, l'incroyable Patti Smith est de passage en France. In April 1978, the incredible Patti Smith is visiting France. Entre Paris et Lyon, elle accepte d'être filmée avec ses musiciens au cours d'une répétition pour deux titres “Because the night” et “25th Floor”. Between Paris and Lyon, she agrees to be filmed with his musicians during a rehearsal for two titles "Because the Night" and "25th Floor."

Du 17 au 20 janvier 2011, la chanteuse Patti Smith est à la Cité de la Musique de Paris pour un cycle « Domaine Privé ». From 17 to 20 January 2011, singer Patti Smith at the Cité de la Musique in Paris for a series "Private Domain". Au programme : documentaire, lectures, concerts… Pour ceux qui n'iront pas à la Cité de la musique mais aussi pour ceux qui y sont, et qui y étaient, comme un moment hors du temps, découvrez un extrait de cette répétition.

Program: Documentary, readings, concerts ... For those who will not go to the city of music but also for those who are, and who were, as a timeless moment, discover a part of this repetition.
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Jimi Hendrix Beefheart Bowie (Pop deux)

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Jimi Hendrix Beefheart Bowie

Jimi Hendrix Beefheart Bowie Pop deux

(Pop deux) 

It all started with a carton at an auction... In 2007, a collector of rock memorabilia bought a carton of vintage records, posters, concert ephemera, and an old film reel at an auction in Europe. When he got home, he examined the contents and saw the 8mm film labeled Black Man. He borrowed a projector and discovered the unbelievable truth: The man was Jimi Hendrix. After authenticating the image as best he could, the collector found Vivid, and a vast investigation was launched. A group of Hendrix experts and historians directed Vivid to two girls who knew the artist intimately:

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Beefheart Bowie Hendrix Pop deux

  

Jimi Hendrix Beefheart Bowie Pop deux

 

Patrice BLANC FRANCARD présente l'émission devant un manège de voiturettes. - Extrait du concert de David BOWIE

donné sur la scène de l'Imperial College à Londres: il interprète "Suffragette City" (Film ? Droits ?). - En extérieur, Patrice BLANC FRANCARD donne les actualités pop. Diverses manchettes de journaux anglais et américains. - Reportage qui nous permet de retrouver Catherine RIBEIRO et le groupe ALPES au cours d'une répétition dans la cour d'une ferme en province à Robertval . ALPES se compose de Patrice MOULLET à la guitare, Patrice LEMOINE à l'orgue et Sébastien LEMOINE à la basse. Assis dans l'herbe, ces derniers et Catherine RIBEIRO sont interviewés par Patrice BLANC FRANCARD. L'entretien est entrecoupé de plans de Catherine RIBEIRO chantant.< Un Opéra rock> : Très gros plan du chanteur - Interview de Carle BLEY et Mike MANTLER. - Marc ZERMATI évoque les traductions de Jimi HENDRIX. Photos et chansons de l'artiste sur plans d'enfants faisant du manège.

 

 

 

Cynthia Plaster Caster, who personally cast Jimi's penis in plaster, and Pamela Des Barres, the world famous super-groupie. No doubt about it, said Cynthia, adding That's his dick and I should know. Pamela concurred, commenting This footage proves Hendrix was fabulous in bed and really pleased his partner. Shot 40 years ago and verified authentic by a panel of experts

 

 


 

JIMI HENDRIX: THE SEX TAPE is a historical archive of monumental importance to both the adult and rock worlds.

Jamie Hendrix 



 
 

 

Ultime Jimi Hendrix Beefheart Bowie (Pop deux)  I t all started with a carton at an auction... In 2007, a collector of rock memorabilia bought a carton of vintage records, posters, concert ephemera, and an old film reel at an auction in Europe. When he got home, he examined the contents and saw the ...... Read MORE » on Dogmeat

House of hits - Founded in a working-class neighbourhood in southeast Houston in 1941

Founded in a working-class neighbourhood in southeast Houston in 1941, Gold Star/SugarHill Recording Studios is a major independent studio that has produced a multitude of influential hit records in an astonishingly diverse range of genres. Its roster of recorded musicians includes Lightnin' Hopkins, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Junior Parker, Clifton Chenier, Sir Douglas Quintet, 13th Floor Elevators, Freddy Fender, Kinky Friedman, Ray Benson, Guy Clark, Lucinda Williams, Beyonceacute; and Destiny's Child, and many, many more. In House of Hits, Andy Bradley and Roger Wood chronicle the fascinating history of Gold Star/SugarHill, telling a story that effectively covers the post-war popular music industry. They describe how Houston's lack of zoning ordinances allowed founder Bill Quinn's house studio to grow into a large studio complex, just as SugarHill's willingness to transcend musical boundaries transformed it into of one of the most storied recording enterprises in America. The authors offer behind-the-scenes accounts of numerous hit recordings, spiced with anecdotes from studio insiders and musicians who recorded at SugarHill. Bradley and Wood also place significant emphasis on the role of technology in shaping the music And The evolution of the music business. They include in-depth biographies of regional stars and analysis of the various styles of music they represent, As well as a list of all of Gold Star/SugarHill's recordings that made the Billboard charts and extensive selected historical discographies of the studio's recordings.

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Huey Meaux and Charlie Booth House of hits: the story of Houston - Google Books

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I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/Tomorrow Never Comes

  • Artist: B.J. Thomas
  • Rating: StarStarStarHalf Star
  • Release Date: November 10, 2009
  • Total Time: 68:46
  • Type: Compilation (best of)
  • Genre: Country

Review

After slogging it out on the Texas indie circuit during the first half of the ‘60s, B.J. Thomas hooked up with Huey P. Meaux and Sceptre Records in 1966. This was on the heels of Thomas releasing a full-length album with his supporting band the Triumphs, a record called I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, and B.J. used the same title for his Sceptre debut, which makes sense as it’s the first single that brought him to the charts. Thomas’ version of Hank Williams’ standard emphasized pop over country without completely pulling out the roots, a fairly good indication of the blend of roots musics on the LP. Under the guise of a pop singer, Thomas dabbles with country, blues, and soul, never quite committing fully to any of these sounds, but sounding fairly convincing in each. He’s a good enough mimic to replicate Tom Jones’ swagger on “It’s Not Unusual,” he pounds out a good “In the Midnight Hour,” lays back easy on the country slow dance “The Titles Tell,” and he’s unashamed to lay on the corn on “Bring Back the Time” and “Mama,” a quality that would serve him well later. If the record winds up seeming scattershot, a collection of different sounds in search of a hit, that’s because it is: Thomas was game to try anything that could perhaps reach the charts, and no one style fit him better than the next. As such, I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry winds up playing a bit as a mid-‘60s sampler, which makes it an enjoyable period piece as well as a fairly promising debut.

Like its predecessor, B.J. Thomas' second album, Tomorrow Never Comes, is characterized by its soulful dabbling. Thomas doesn’t have one style, he has many, rooted in country and soul, sometimes touching on the blues, often wrapping this all up in a punch pop confection. This rootless roots music is diverse, but it doesn’t necessarily play as versatility, perhaps because Thomas is almost too adept in adapting to his surroundings, not pushing through his personality but rather going with the flow. This isn’t necessarily a problem, particularly on Tomorrow Never Comes, which has an easy touch Thomas would later leave behind, but it does leave him at the mercy of his songs, many written and/or arranged by his Triumphs bandmate Mark Clarron, which alternate between the solid and saccharine here. Thomas may have a flair for the kitsch but not even he can save Clarron’s rewrite of his cornball “Mama” as “Daddy” -- nor does he seem truly invested in the weird tale of the suicidal “Plain Jane” -- so the album winds up being on much firmer ground on the stomping “Gonna Send You Back to Georgia,” the shimmering of “Baby Cried,” the mini-melodrama of “Walkin’ Back” and the lively “Mystery of Tomorrow.” Perhaps these aren’t forgotten gems, or cuts that should have been hits, but they’re solid ‘60s AM pop songs that remain enjoyable even if they're not quite distinctive. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Credits

Steve Cropper (Composer), Carole King (Composer), Wilson Pickett (Composer), Gerry Goffin (Composer), Ernest Tubb (Composer), Johnny Bond (Composer), Huey P. Meaux (Composer), Huey P. Meaux (Producer), Huey P. Meaux (Personal Manager), Gordon Mills (Composer), Glen Spreen (Arranger), Charles Underwood (Composer), Hank Williams (Composer), Jim Pierson (Reissue Producer), Mike Ragogna (Liner Notes), Burt Goldblatt (Design), Burt Goldblatt (Cover Photo), Les Reed (Composer), Mark Charron (Arranger), Mark Charron (Composer), Johnnie Mae Matthews (Composer), Charlie Booth (Producer), Charlie Booth (Personal Manager), Gordon Anderson (Executive Producer), D. Jones (Engineer), Ted Carfrae (Remixing), Mike Gross (Liner Notes), O. Perry (Engineer), Leo O'Neil (Arranger), Leo O'Neil (Engineer), Jake Hammond Jr. (Composer), Geoffrey Hobson (Engineer), Gaylon Shelby (Engineer), Robert Thibodeux (Composer)

Artist: B.J. Thomas Rating: Release Date: November 10, 2009 Total Time: 68:46 Type: Compilation (best of) Genre: Country Review After slogging it out on the Texas indie circuit during the first half of the ‘60s, B.J. Thomas hooked up with Huey P. Meaux and Sceptre Records in 1966. This was on the he ...... Read MORE » on Dogmeat