Or IN the record in this case... Aussie punk band Private Function made a limited edition "golden record" with the band's urine mixed into the vinyl. Obviously a hot take!
A pouca, or in Irish púca, usually refers to a magical being--a "water sprite,” or "mischievous fairy”--a word adapted by Shakespeare for his character Puck in Midsummer Night’s Dream. [It is said that this] air is about the death of one such spirit.
There is a story that this tune was heard by...
So I'm a fan of Karen Carpenter - sue me!
Now, most folks are familiar with her story, and know that anorexic behaviors were the main reason for her untimely demise. Having seen Karen Carpenter Superstar and read about her life, I really thought that her death was caused by vomiting food up...
I was listening to the excellent Maltin On Movies podcast, hosted by longtime movie critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie, and their guest was Tracy Nelson (the episode of June 7th, 2019). She is the daughter of Rick Nelson and granddaughter of Ozzie & Harriet. Aside from excellent...
Has anyone heard this one? Some people believe that Wonder's blindness is a sham, and have various bits of 'evidence' to support their claim. Perhaps the most famous of which is this:
A lot of the rest is personal anecdotes from other celebrities like Boy George and Donald Glover, who doubted...
One of my colleagues at work has been getting reaquainted with 90s dance music, never cared for it much but of course I just had to tease her about this track which has the most ridiulous lyric - "What's she gonna look like with a chimey on her?"
So I had a google around to see if it was just...
Not before time ~ an artist before, within and yet outside his time. I give you David Robert Jones. Share your own personal interpretation of the man and his work. There's a lot to talk about. Let's do it here to spare the What Music?~ians our obsession.
★ will be released officially in three...
Radio Six International http://www.radiosix.com/index.html have a programme 1630 GMT Thursday called Scotch Mist described as "A programme of Scottish ghost stories and traditional music." Website states that the programme was originally broadcast on December 32 1985, Spooky eh. :shock:
I'd never heard of this before until I accidentally found it on Ebay, probably not going to buy it 'cos I've heard bad electronic music before that usually sounds like someone revving the liquidiser for 90 minutes.
Kind of wondered if anyone knew anything much about it?
This Ebayer has...
Do any of you have any stories involving Kirk Brandon and esoterica, or just Kirk Brandon and Spear of Destiny......which I suppose is esoteric in nature....I always thought that KB and his band,were the next big thing that, but for one reason or other, were close,never quite got...
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Continuing the theme of forteana in rock music, and not wanting to deviate on the Jethro Tull thread, I wonder if any Roxy Music fans have detected Arthurian/Grail/ and very well informed specific allusions to medieval literature dealing with "fortean" topics in the group's lyrics?
Notice how despite the fact that Eminem's recent album and film were not particularly great, the critics all went mad about both, saying things like "Is Eminem the new Elvis?" (The Times)...
Now, I don't know about you, but to me this looks suspiciously like the old secret service "build...
Something I've always had a penchant for is hidden messages in music - popular or otherwise. A few examples I can think of are-
- The "oh! fuckin' hell" at 2:56 in the Beatles' "Hey Jude"
- Another "fuckin' hell" at 1:47 in the Bluetones' "Slight Return"
- very quiet sniggers of "Take PCP"...
This one's been doing the rounds for ages, cult Blockbusters presenter Bob Holness is frequently reputed to have played the saxophone solo on Gerry Rafferty's "Baker Street".
I think this is a myth, but if he didn't, then who did?
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Anyone have any observations on the legend of 'Gloomy Sunday'?
And furthermore, should I elaborate, or just leave people who've never heard of it wondering?
Don't go pointing me to no websites neither. I might hear it accidentally and do meself an injury.
...now you're really puzzled...
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From The Week, August 9 issue:
"James Brown gets squirrelly around electronic gadgets, says Philip Gourevitch in The New Yorker. The Godfather of Soul avoids televisions, he says, because he can foresee people's deaths when they appear on the screen. It happened the first time when he saw...
I remember ages ago someone, from Kiddiminster wrote in to FT about hearing pan pipes in his back garden, I can't remember exactly what it said now. I would have posted a message earlier, but I've only just managed to post messages on this board.
I just thought this was odd as I used to live in...
This is weird- I think I read this before somewhere- it's on the "Breaking News" section of the site here. Here's the link (not sure if it will work):
Does anybody remember reading this somewhere before? I seem to think it was two or...