Monday, February 6, 2017
"friday night or saturday morn 4 feb 17, satanic ritual
abuse/open lines on coast to coast AM. Ordained minister Dizdar
about satanic ritual abuse and new world order and George Noory
plays "sympathy for the devil", Beggars Banquet version.
story is/was escaped Nazi scientists went to US and made these "Rosemary's
Baby's" whom are soldiers in the New World Order...I
stayed awake for this! Gee Julie was illin', so after saturday errands,
got back and discovered WMEX has oldies on from 2pm to 11 pm!
LOTS of great stuff but especially "one fine morning" by Lighthouse,
a Toronto band whom got Rochester airplay! 6pm to 11 pm tuned in WMEX,
50 years of music and they played 1967 etc. such GREAT oldies! Dylan's
"everybody must get stoned", cream's "sunshine
of your love" album version and Boxtops "sweet cream
ladies"! and, "radio on", another Coast to Coast
about ETs in the "shadow government" etc., more great indoor
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
met Gee Julie in Coolidge Corner Sunday 4 Feb 17 or whatever date
was (two days ago (that was the 5th- ed)) and went to Upper Crust
Pizza where I got my cuzzin George W. Bush reelected in 2004; now I see
the father and Ma's cuzzin Barbara Pierce Bush come out for SuperBowl
coin toss. Everything was SuperBowl but Gee Julie, at Coolidge Corner
picture show picked out the James Baldwin film (I Am Not Your
Negro) which was excellent! Lots of black history photos that were
offensive, confederate flags/swastikas during Little Rock '57, James Baldwin
talkin' 'bout black actors from '30s I never knew of before. Soundtrack:
Lightnin' Hopkins and other country blues and Buddy Guy's
"damn right I got the blues". FANTASTIC movie and when we left
and Civil Rights in America goin' BACKWARDS, my app said atlanta 28-patriots
3, third quarter. WEEI was lissened to Tom Brady is now "Tom Terrific"
and more people know of him than has read James Baldwin. Though I did
cross picket lines this morning in Copley Square wearing my Bills hat
and no one said SHIT! "I'm a Brockport NY punk and i don't take shit
from no one!"
Thursday, February 9, 2017
another stellar Club Linehan-A-Go-Go practice for Out
of the Blue Gallery Too MJ Quirk birthday gig; Tom Tipton
needs a go fund me or this space, like "Nature's Disappearin'"
(John Mayall) WILL! so dont be cheap....Next Club Linehan or Club
Kenne gig is friday 3 march 17 C-Note HULL, RAT Beach Party presents.
And, song of note IS our version of "seasons in the sun"; when
we hit the F#, it's like the F# Ken Kaiser showed me in Kaiser
Stadium, Teaneck NJ, "here today gone tomorrow" when it was
a new album. And since I'd rather read Goldmine than watch my dad
get blown up by a landmine (50 years ago, 'Nam, Search and Destroy mission),
here are some JOHN STEWART facts! He was in the Kingston Trio '64, Beatlemania
all acrost the USA and they covered "seasons in the sun" which
Terry Jacks heard up Canada (it
was a Jacques Brel toon rewrote by Rod McKuen and when Terry Jacks
had the hit, I got into Jacques Brel via Bowie's b-side "Amsterdam",
flip of "Sorrow" probably the ONLY copy sold in Brockport NY,
though I'm certain Greg Lunch/Lydia Provost had copies). John Stewart
also wrote "daydream believer" but actually really had a hit
with "Gold" in '79 which outsold Hello World but IS covered
by Club Linehan "joined him", "that's Mike, John, Joe and
Kev" to be sang like "Ballad of the Gizmos" "Cerebrus
joined them, that's Rich, Rick, Dave and Jim"....moral of tail: Club
Linehan covers TWO toons John Stewart (RIP) played on, so "daydream
believer" is next?!? (if those Katz read this kolumn and I AM friends
with Steve Katz of blues project/BST on facebook!""....
Friday February 1, 2017
"what to do during a badass storm? lissen to the Kingston Trio's
version of "seasons in the sun" with Gee Julie! Seems
Terry Jacks "heard it on a Kingston Trio album" and that album
is.....Time to Think released december 1963. Capital label then
released Meet the Beatles 20 Jan 64 which sold more copies than
Meet the Korps (1000 pressed). "seasons in the sun" 45
released 20 april 64, but Beatles second album was 10 april 64 and obviously
"cant buy me love" at the tyme was a bigger hit. Still, to be
HOPELESSLY Obscure, lissenin' to that Kingston
Trio album NOW, all their "message" songs STILL have meaning!
"the patriot game" (how many countries go to war over whose
country is Amerika First?) and woodrow
wilson guthrie's "deportee" which even NOW (give it
a lissen, hit the link) touches on that wall in Mexico not built yet etc.
I always eschewed Brothers Four/Peter Paul Mary and other records Ma had
coz they were TOO fucken clean-cut (I obviously preferred the Freewheelin'
Ken Highland and in the "babe" dept. Gee Julie could
BE Suzi Rotolo!) but the Kingston Trio are fucken SUBVERSIVE!
dressing collegiate but preaching liberal politics! NO records of theirs
on Capitol were burnt vs. those Satan/commie Beatles and to think John
Stewart went from this to "daydream believer" to "Gold"....and
I haven't even STARTED on Herman's Hermits Hold On movie,
another way for "ridin' the storm out"! (REO Speedwagon reference
ONLY coz "the Midwest can be alright"!)".....