From Wichita, Kansas circa 1987, the MUMBLES strolled into town, and with them, they brought "The Devil Box Of The Gods!" Some of the nicest guys I never met!
Saturday, December 28, 2013
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Lawrence Salvatore - "Strut"
Thursday, December 12, 2013
We met Al one night in Hollywood when he was opening for The Lazy Cowgirls at RAJ's, it was a fun evening!
Saturday, December 7, 2013
"Friend Of The Nile!" We thought we were weird, but we had a lot to learn!!!
Friday, December 6, 2013
Sunday, December 1, 2013
ACID REIGN - Rat Race For Face
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Here's a song from a 1992 cassette by Glen Armstrong!
Glen Armstrong was one of the most talented guys I ever got a tape from, and this whole tape is brilliant and sounds like it should have been a major label release, so you can imagine how bad I felt a few years ago when I found out via the internet that Glen had passed away, broke, penniless, alone, and homeless! What a shocker it was to find out a few years later that Glen Armstrong is alive and well, and here's a link to some great music of his you can buy on Amazon!
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Don Campau! He played it on his "No Pigeonholes" radio show, and sent me this amazing two tape release called "Piñata Party" in return! Here's a little taste of Don's special brilliance, the killer title tune: "Piñata Party"
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
John Bartles - Jimmy The Chimp
So, in late 1987, Gary Wray, Brian James Riedel and myself took a bunch of our garage tapes to a studio and had them professionally mixed down! I'm not sure the engineer knew what was happening! We put it all together and made a cassette tape called "The Worm's Turn" and we called the band Hermanos Guzanos just to make sure there was no chance of commercial success, and it worked perfectly! We had 500 tapes mass produced, and it said "Hermanos Guzmanos" on the side of the boxes! I started sending them out to magazines, radio stations and people I'd read about it magazines! The artwork was done by Brian!
Saturday, November 16, 2013
So where should I start! How about the theme from an underground TV show called "Up Periscope" by my old pal Slim The Drifter off of his release titled "Here Comes A Lilly!"
Slim lived hard and fast, so he's been gone for a few years now, but at least we've got this to remember him by!