Spartan Jet-Plex
April 22, 2014

Tom Waits - Live On The Tube 16.10.85

1. 16 SHELLS FROM A THIRTY-OUGHT-SIX
2. CEMETARY POLKA

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April 22, 2014

FREEMAN:
Aaron Freeman: Guitars, Vocals
Chris Boerner: Guitars
Brad Cook (studio) / Joe Young (live): Bass
Dave Godowsky: Keys
Kyle Keegan: Drums

via http://www.freemantheband.com/

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April 22, 2014

FREEMAN out July 22, 2014
Pre-order CD/LP - http://shop.partisanrecords.com/products/freeman

WWW.FREEMANTHEBAND.COM

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April 20, 2014

April 19, 2014
Who went to Record Store Day and what did you all get?
I snagged The Space Project and the Gates of Steel live 7" Devo/Flaming Lips. I was hoping to find the Joy Division ep, The Cure/Dinosaur Jr. Just Like Heaven 7", the The's Giant 12" rerelease, and David Bowie's 1984 7", but I value sleeping in on my Saturdays and could not bring myself to get up before the crack of dawn and wait outside for them so I missed out. Last year, I was able to snag stuff with Amoeba online the day after so I will try for that. I also found some great deals on non RSD releases. I got Pet Sounds and Kind of Blue on vinyl pretty cheap and an awesome Blind Willie McTell record, Volume 2 from the complete recorded works in chronological order April 17, 1930 to September 14, 1933. It was on vinyl too. It has songs I didn't have on another collection I own.
April 19, 2014

April 18, 2014

http://KEXP.ORG presents Public Service Broadcasting performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded February 23, 2014.

April 15, 2014

http://KEXP.ORG presents Wire performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded November 13, 2014.

must be from 2013 unless I am in the future

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April 15, 2014
First Listen: 'The Space Project'

April 9, 2014
I just got my copy of this book about a week ago. Mickey wrote the forward for this book and of course Ween is featured in it.  Their first live show was opening for the Butthole Surfers on May 3, 1987. They continued to open for many bands like the Ramones, 7 Seconds, Killing Joke, and many more. Mickey says that at one point they were playing there about twice a month, and he also worked there as a teenager in exchange for free admission. Ween also happened to be the last show that Randy Now booked on December 2, 1994. They were the headlining band for that final show.

I just got my copy of this book about a week ago. Mickey wrote the forward for this book and of course Ween is featured in it.  Their first live show was opening for the Butthole Surfers on May 3, 1987. They continued to open for many bands like the Ramones, 7 Seconds, Killing Joke, and many more. Mickey says that at one point they were playing there about twice a month, and he also worked there as a teenager in exchange for free admission. Ween also happened to be the last show that Randy Now booked on December 2, 1994. They were the headlining band for that final show.

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