De Dommedaris - Doe Maar Dom!! (1995, NL, carnaval) 
Sunday, February 18, 2007, 06:57 PM - Music, - NL, Fun, Nederlands
Het is weer carnaval in het zuiden, ik zou het bijna vergeten. Vroeger kreeg je altijd een waarschuwing in de vorm van ranzige 'hollandse' liedjes op de radio. Die tijd is gelukkig voorbij. Tenminste dat denk ik, ik luister nooit meer naar de radio.
In 1995 probeerden beeldend kunstenaar Jurriaan van Hall en muzikant Ivo Jansen op de Haar nog een hit te scoren met Doe Maar Dom!! Helaas te laat, de tijd van carnavalskrakers was voorbij. In dit geval jammer, vooral de Ddl No-Fi mix is dolle pret. Een soort Rubberen Robbie, maar nog leuker.



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UPDATE (14-11-2007):
Ze hebben net zelf hun video op YouTube gezet.


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Berend Dubbe - Cantina @ vpro (maandag 19 feb 2007 12:02 747 AM, NL) 
Sunday, February 18, 2007, 03:20 PM - Music, - NL, Nederlands

Cantina @ vpro


Berend Dubbe, de helft van het popduo Bauer


maandag 19 februari 2007 12:00-14:00 747 AM (Concertzender)




Wordt wel leuk denk ik.

Ralph Carmichael - The Electric Symphony (1970, US, electronic) 
Saturday, February 17, 2007, 10:40 PM - Music, - US, English
This is a religious Moog album on the Light record label. You can tell that from the titles, but you can hardly hear it. The music is good and the Moog well used. It is played by Clark Gassman, the same guy who played the Moog on Martin Denny's Exotic Moog. Ralph Carmichael was the director. Carmichael wrote and arranged pop tunes for Peggy Lee, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, and Stan Freberg(!). And he composed for Bonanza, Lucy Ball and Danny Kaye shows.



I bought this record very cheap because it had a bump at the border. So the first track on each side is unplayable. Therefore I post mp3's I got via the web some years ago.

Side one:
1 All My Life
2 Bright New World
3 The New 23rd
4 I've Got Confidence
5 His Land

Side two:
1 He's There Waiting
2 A Quiet Place
3 Searching Questions
4 My Little World
5 The New Hallelujah

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Adrian Munsey - Main Theme (1981, UK, serious) 
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 07:45 PM - Music, - UK, English
This single lacks the lonely sheep. But there is some sad singing on the b-side.



1 Main theme
2 I think it's going to rain today

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Pink Military - Do Animals Believe in God? (1980, UK, new wave/electronic) 
Tuesday, February 13, 2007, 06:39 PM - Music, - UK, English
The only lp of Pink Military. I like side two especially, four songs are competing for the White Noise Award. And the winner is Do Animals Believe in God? with nine points.
After this not so successfull album, Casey reformed the band and named it Pink Industry.



Side one:
1 Degenerated Man
2 I Cry
3 Did you see her
4 Wild West
5 Back on the London Stage
6 After Hiroshima

Side two:
1 Living in the Jungle
2 Dreamtime
3 War Games
4 Heaven , Hell
5 Do Animals Believe in God

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Update:
Other post of Pink Military stuff on Annie's Animal.
Even more downloads on Mezzanine Floors.
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Pink Military - Blood & Lipstick (1979, UK, new wave/electronic) 
Monday, February 12, 2007, 06:58 PM - Music, - UK, English
Pink Military is a band Jayne Casey formed with Nicky Cool, after Big in Japan broke up. Their first release was a 7" live ep Buddha Waking Disney Sleeping. This is their first and only 12". Side one has up tempo songs and side two is more experimental. I Cry is very different from the lp version (which I post tomorrow) and gets an eight on the White Noise Scale.



1 Spell Bound [2:34]
2 Blood & Lipstick [3:54]
3 Clown Town [4:56]
4 I Cry [6:03]

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Bob Callaghan - Instrumental Moog Synthesizer (1973, IT, electronic) 
Saturday, February 10, 2007, 02:07 AM - Music, - IT, English
This lp was a nice puzzle. If it wasn't for the four letter word on the cover, I wouldn't have purchased it. I bought it yesterday and I tried to figure out who played on it and why.
It's on a Dutch label, but clearly intended for the Italian market.
Most of the songs are played by Bob Callaghan, he had some hits with synthesizer covers at that time, the remaining tracks are mostly covers of the hit parade of October 1972 in Italy.
Two songs are played by 'Blue Marvin' on ARP. That is a pseudonym for Alberto Baldan Bembo, Blue Marvin is a nickname for the first model of the ARP 2600.
Very special is the Flamenco Moog by the Dan Lacksman Association. So, an early song of Dan Lacksman, later member of Telex and performer of Disco-Computer as Transvolta, a previous post of mine. Lacksman had an lp with the same title, I would love to hear that. And the 7" 'Happiness is a Cold Beer'.
A lot of the stuff is available on cd again.



Side one:
1 Il Gabbiano Infelice
2 Alone Again
3 Noi Due Nel Mondo E Nell'Anima
4 Love theme from the Godfather
5 Viaggio du un Poeta
6 Rusticano Moog

Side two:
1 Carmen Brasilia
2 The Flamenco Moog (Dan Lacksman Association)
3 Il Cammino dei Girasoli
4 Indian Fig
5 Penny (Blue Marvin)
6 My Intermezzo (Blue Marvin)

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