oh, geez, no of course it wasn't you. it was everybody and everything, as it ever was. which really means it was me, also as it ever was. I just told Jon Nelson via email that doing a quick trawl thru Twitter and Facebook at 5pm while listening to the news proved to be a dumb idea for me, at any rate. Low blood sugar and marginal political opinions led to ME RANTING but alas, not amusingly. So I'm giving myself a time out.
I was in Bloomington last week for a show at the Bishop. Didn't realize Rockits was still open next to the Bluebird? You don't have anything to do with them anymore though, right? I had not been down there for around 20 years. The Gulch had changed quite a bit. Landlocked is a great record store, also!
I think this trend in music (bullshit bands with superfluous members) has occurred because most people under thirty were spoon-fed a lot of slick production and seem to think that cello's and glockenspiel are bad -ass.
"I did put all of these tracks on yt at one point, with proper vocals attributions and such. I think I typo'd DHs name on the individual track info. yt uploads
Still in touch w/Rob occasionally.
Mike, that is the first test shirt of…"
"I thought a 2nd reading would help - nope, article doesn't make a connection between the DCs and Al's. Although I'd guess they may have played there a time or 2. Don't recall if I had them at Bullwinkle's. Probably the next…"
"Hey you forgot the pre-Cohen owners and location. Anyway, the party after the X show was at Mahern's house. Don Bonebrake played a xylophone - I have no idea why there was one at Mahern's house. Just like the X song, I passed out on the…"