Didn’t get to see The Feelies live til the mid-80’s, at which point I saw them every time they played my town, and was never left anything other than blown away and exhausted. One of the greatest live bands ever.
Also, if you have not, do yourself a favor and check out Paul Tschinkel’s youtube archives. Mucho amazingness.
Posted in 70's, 80's, alternative, college rock, NYC, punk, Uncategorized Tagged Crazy Rhythms, Live 1979 1980, Paul Tschinkel's Inner Tube, The Boy With Perpetual Nervousness, The Feelies
It’s hot out there, ladies. Remember, never be afraid to let your freak flag fly.
Amazing stuff, and, I shit you not, it involves flying carpets!
Featuring Mike Oldfield on bass, Lol Coxhill on soprano, and Dave Bedford on accordion. Ayers at his most beautifully wistful and romantic.
Posted in 70's, Canterbury Prog, Prog, Song Of The Day, songwriters, Uncategorized Tagged Dave Bedford, Kevin Ayers, live, Lol Coxhill, May I, Mike Oldfield, Soft Machine
Something tells me that bass player was held back a few years.
Posted in 60's, 70's, cult, documentary, psychedelia, tv, Uncategorized Tagged California communes, Father Yod, Savage Sons of Yahowha, Source Family, Todd Haynes, Ya Ho Wa 13
Looks like alotta early footage, when they were more obviously following in the NY Dolls platform covered footsteps.
Posted in 70's, 80's, documentary, film, glam, Heavy Metal, Uncategorized Tagged Dee Snider, Jay Jay French, New Jersey, Twisted Sister, We Are Twisted Fucking Sister
“I’m not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I’m living on.”
I would like to take this moment to thank Meadowlark for the many fond memories of childhood that he helped to provide.