Monday, April 30, 2007

1975: Blegvad kicked by Cow

Peter Blegvad describes why Henry Cow was just not the group for him. I love the last line.

"The piece that got me kicked out was "Living In The Heart Of The Beast". I was assigned the task for the collective to come up with suitable verbals, and I wrote two verses about a woman throwing raisins at a pile of bones. Tim just said, I'm sorry, this is not at all what we want. And he wrote reams of this political tirade. I admired his passion and application but it left me cold. I am to my bones a flippant individual, I don't know why I was created thus or what I'm trying to deny, but it clashed with the extreme seriousness. People who take themselves very seriously make me giggle, unless they're pointing a weapon at me or my loved ones"

Go here to read more about Mr. Blegvad -
Go here to read more about Henry Cow -

Great Falls, Virginia

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Wammo is brilliant!

Ed Hammell [Hammell-on-Trial] posted this on his blog. Kelly emailed me about it. I couldn't resist posting it here.

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Telling it like it is

Dick Dale is my new hero!