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Saturday, April 18th is Record Store Day. So get out and support your local record stores no matter where you live. Here is an article from Nuvo about Indy's stores and also has a list to other Indiana stores. I hope to be able to hit some of these shows.

Support our Record Stores!

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Comment by Jeb Banner on April 17, 2009 at 11:22am
sorry, right! now it's Tomorrow! I was thinking yesterday was Friday for some reason. Must have been the nice weather.
Comment by s.Jane Mills on April 17, 2009 at 8:22am
I will definately be out at Luna to enjoy good music (esp. Yuki) and buy records :D Yay, Record Store Day!
Comment by Liza on April 16, 2009 at 7:00pm
Tomorrow is Friday, not Saturday! Either way, Record Store Day rules.
Comment by Marvin P. Goldstein on April 16, 2009 at 4:42pm
Yep, record stores. What a novel idea, in this day and age of non physical music! There are a few good ones left in Indy! IMO probably the best right now is Indy CD on the strip in Ripple. Missing Link is gone. :( In June Vibes Castleton closes, and moves all the good stock to So Bro. So, with Record Store Day, I hope all you indies get out and snap up some product, see some ok bands, and support the existence of Independent muzak!
Comment by mike whybark on April 16, 2009 at 2:44pm
No, Tom, I am not the owner - that'd be Jeb up top. I do go on and on about stuff though. Great news about recording again!
Comment by Joe Christian on April 16, 2009 at 2:05pm
Mike Whybark, my lord. You own this blog I guess? Hey, I'm buying a Boss BR1200CD! I'm going to start recording again! I'll have things to post here. What did you think of Margo and the Nuclear So and So's As Tall As Cliffs ?
Comment by Stephen Canner on April 16, 2009 at 2:05pm
I'll be stopping by my favorite local Austin diskery to participate (as long as I can find a parking space.)
Comment by mike whybark on April 16, 2009 at 1:31pm

"We barely arranged for any lodgings before the tour so we were always asking the guy who put on the local show if he could find someone to put us up overnight. In some cases like Indinapolis we stayed over night with who put on the show, in this case, Paul Mahern. He lived in a lovely home with his wife and I think baby. His friend taped part of the recording of Screams from the Gutter which was recorded in the studio that Paul worked in and where his band the ZERO BOYS recorded. He showed me part of the video and I was so surprised because the band played sitting down while at every show they were jumping around, particularly Giuseppe, Dode and Davide while Mauro was very intense singing strongly into the mics. Davide did the screaming vocals for the 'Raw Power/Fuck Authority' songs. He was able to approximate the great screaming vocals of Silvio, the guy he replaced for the tour. The band only told me that Silvio couldnt' make the trip so they found Davide to take his place."

Video? Wow!
Comment by mike whybark on April 16, 2009 at 1:24pm
Comment by mike whybark on April 16, 2009 at 1:23pm

The lead pic:

Isn't this a record that Paul engineered or something? Anyway, of course us greybeeards recall the shows.

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