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Thursday, September 30, 2004

And as always...


Don't miss out on the usual rebroadcast of Space Patrol at 5am Pacific Time, 8am Eastern and 1300 GMT (Thursday).

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Away again..

No posts until Monday/Tuesday.

/Z aka Sebastian

Judge A Book

...By It's Cover:
Jim Barker writes: "I love books. I love the smell of 'em, the feel of 'em, and I love the look of 'em. In fact, I even like to read them, but that's another story. The main preoccupation of this site is the covers of books. Mainly books I've picked up in charity shops, or at carboot sales or jumble sales, even some that I've found on the ground. Here you will find hard-boiled detectives, scantily-clad floozies, unlikely space-ships, grotesque aliens, bizarre religious images, beatnik shockers, hell's angels, skinheads, barbarian heroes, and horrifying monsters... among others."


OZ Magazine 1967-1973

Great covers: "Bob", "Mona Lisa" "Pig" (via weblog paperholic)


Strangely Familiar

"Headquartered in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, Strangely Familiar Music Club is a tribe, a family, an army of dancers, musicians, djs, and artisans from a variety of backgrounds and cultures.
Dedicated to shaking up the music and art scene across the globe, SFMC assembles impromptu gatherings, parties, and performances based on the fusion of styles, genres, cultures, and classes .. aimed at opening minds and enabling creative thought and expression.
SFMC is commited to expanding awareness of the arts by fusing the familiar with the unknown through dance, music, theatrics, and the visual arts."
And further on about the mash-ups: "Strangely Familiar Music Club regularly features artists of all types, focusing on music, particularly bootlegs, bastard pop, and mash-ups. With the proliferation of digital music software, an entire world of music production and interpretation has begun, spawning an army of "bedroom producers." and "desktop DJs" .. Thus begins the R/Evolution!
The basic premise of bastard pop, or a mash-up, is that you take two songs, ideally, two very different songs and combine them into one new and unique song. Of course, there are many variations on this theme, and today's mash-ups can be very complex."



Chinese cover art

Nice galleries of old Mandarin LPs. The Images aren't big - but this is all my imagination need. I want to own them all. At least the covers... (via Robot Action Boy)


Murder Inc.

In Who's Who in Space Age Pop Music: "Irving Joseph spent most of his career in the anonymity of the orchestra pit, but space age pop fans know him for a choice piece of crime jazz titled, Murder, Inc. on Bob Shad's Time label. Murder, Inc. sounds a little like outtakes from the Tijuana strip-joint "source music" in Mancini's great score to Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil." In fact, there's enough of a rocking sax combo feel to Murder, Inc. that Shad reissued it a few years later as Surf Party--My Pad by "The Wedges" in an attempt to cash in on the surf music craze. (Time Records soon went under for the third time, however, to resurface as Mainstream)."
Basic Hip gives us Irving Joseph - Murder Inc.


Fantagraphics - Saved by the Beagle

"A year ago, Seattle's Fantagraphics was on the brink of bankruptcy. Now it's in the black, thanks to good ol' Charlie Brown—and a pair of dogged believers who turned a cranky fanzine into the most widely respected comics publisher in America"
Seattle Weekly's article about Fantagraphics then and now. (via Coudal Partners)


Tuesday, September 28, 2004

... where the CARS are the STARS

Hot Rod Movie Posters (via Eye of the Goof)


Communist Radio

Something I Learned Today: "This here is the A-side from The Eat's first single in 1979. Rarer than rare (what could possibly be more rare you ask?), this has been causing record collectors to drool, fight, and empty their bank accounts for years. I could never understand how some could pay so much for a record until I finally heard it on one of the Killed By Death comps - so raw and incendiary sounding that I had to play it over and over. Only 500 were pressed, so you can imagine the feeding frenzy that collector nerds endured to find a copy. ..."
The Eat - Communist Radio


All Round Show AB

Bellybongo tells us: "This is a very strange Swedish record from the late 1960s or early 1970s, it's a vanity pressing featuring available artists in manager Valter Edbergs Supermarket shows. I had noticed this oddity a few times browsing records at local thrift stores and fleamarkets, but for some reason not bought it, then after an alcohol drenched evening at Tiki Room of Stockholm, my pal Stefan played it for me, and I was floored! He played the B-side that has one of the weirdest tracks I have heard from Sweden, and it was made by a famous guy, Johnny Öst, part of the Öst family, wellknown Swedish artists."
All Round Show AB


Ads from a 1970's OUI magazine for drug paraphernalia

retroRandy sais: "I seriously doubt you'd see ANYTHING like this in a men's magazine of today."
Druggie Haze from the 1970's


The Mystery of Love

"In moments when my desire to know God was so intense that I would willingly have shed this mortal body had that been the path to union with the Divine... in those moments driven by desire I have found God in my music... sometimes in two simple chords on my harp or guitar have I heard angel voices in the exqusite overtones and harmonies suspended in the air yet vibrating within me. And they expressed in definite terms what God is... terms too definite for ambigious words. That is the nature of my music... that is the source of my poetry. It is all healing." -- Marr'Del, from the liner notes.
Made available by Douglas Mcgowan at Nothing Exceptional.

Haloscan commenting and trackback have been added to this blog.


After 37 years in the making.... SMILE!


A Fistful of Westerns

"This website is dedicated to Spaghetti Westerns, Western All'Italiana, Macaroni Westerns" - Posters, lobby cards and links. (via The Cartoonist)


André Popp & Roger Roger

Weirdomusic.com and Your Pal Doug presents André Popp & Roger Roger
http://www.weirdomusic.com/albumshare & http://www.yourpaldoug.com/


Eduardo Recife

Misprinted type 3.0 - Art, photo and fonts. (via Sugar 'N Spicy)


Monday, September 27, 2004


Rato has "an album dedicated in total to cover versions - twelve in all - and what an excellent job was made of them ! ..." (read more here and here). Download it here!


Thursday, September 23, 2004

Just a fun link for the road ;-)

Bad Weather Conditions in Sweden! (via Buzz)

No posts for a few days.

While I'm away enjoy some of my favorite blogs and links here on the right. Mixed together it'll almost be like reading PCL LinkDump!


26 years ago:
Veteran Memphis gospel-soul singer Solomon Burke makes a rare disco-era entry into the soul chart with "Please Don't Say Goodbye to Me." It stays on the chart for only four weeks, peaking at #91. (1978)

/Z aka Sebastian

The Jazz Age In Kansas City 1920-1940

"After livestock, it was music that put Kansas City on the map. During the jazz age, the Coon-Sanders Night Hawks kept radios humming into the wee hours from coast to coast, Bennie Moten's orchestra was a top seller for Victor Records, and Andy Kirk's band headlined the nation's finest ballrooms. ..."
Kansas City: Paris of the Plains (via Life In The Present)


The Legendary Stardust Cowboy

"... It's like rockabilly boiled down to the core: whoops, ape gulps, hiccups and more woo woos than the 5678s. It's old cowboys worshipping the Glitch. The music is de(ar)ranged, poisoned on chicken shit, racked with abuse and the smell of too much smoked bracken."
An Idiot's Guide to Dreaming tells us about The Legendary Stardust Cowboy and gives us three chaotic masterpieces to listen to and enjoy:
Paralysed - My Underwear froze to the Clothesline - Down in the wreckin' yard


Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Background music

"This recording of lovely in-store background music was created by Special Recordings Inc. for the S. S. Kresge Company, predecessor of today's K-Mart department stores. The music was intended to be piped through the store for a pleasant shopping experience...."

And further on...
"This record is in the worst condition. Recommending that you not play it with headphones. Enjoy the sound of old vinyl rescued from the department store demolition!"
Read more about this record and download it in it's raw charms here!
It's the always incredible Oddio Overplay site that hands us this cultural gift.


Carl Howard & Space Patrol

As you may have noticed this blog has a special feature devoted to Luxuriamusic.com in general - and to Carl Howard's SPACE PATROL in particular. Here's a short Introductory interview (by mail) with your one true SPACE PATROL host himself:

"Z - Hi Carl! Why are you doing this?

C - I produce SPACE PATROL episodes in order to prevent myself from having to think about having not been properly employed since god knows when. Except for The Lounge King and his confidante Special Agent 69, currently no other Luxuria host has had the free time to compile, research, and present an original, pre-recorded program at the rate of one a week, and I completely understand why. Even Chuck Kelley's "Heroes & Villains" program, which he spins live to DAT much as he used to spin it live at the original Luxuria, requires preparation, and now, post production. Both he and Paul Kennedy,the host of "Nightscape", tried at first to do a show a week, but quickly realized it was impossible, and cut back to one new show every month. It's a good thing that Luxuria has an active robot playlist currently exceeding 4,500 tunes - they're needed!

Z - What music in particular are you into? Any favorite artists?

C - For the Luxuria format I get in a diverse cross section of listening that is somewhere between a furious swath of destruction and a spurious swath of destruction, but there is music I enjoy which clearly doesn't fit. One can hear some of it in early episodes of SPACE PATROL when it wasn't exactly clear what outlet would wind up broadcasting them: there was more punk-period DEVO, John Foxx with Ultravox, Captain Beefheart, and horrific oddballisms by the likes of The New Creation and Wee Willie Shantz. These days I basically keep the PAIN content of the show to the closing track, where one will still hear misguided crooners like Wing (a very sweet lady, by the way), Anna-Lisa Ingemansson, Florence Foster Jenkins and so on. The PAIN segment, sometimes referred to as PAIN ALLEY, is a tribute to the novelty records show at the original Luxuria presented by the DJ Strike, who strangely enough hasn't been heard from since the end of Luxuria I in April 2001. You're also not going to hear space rock, free jazz, or analog-style electronic music on SPACE PATROL - they're not appropriate. But it doesn't mean that I'm not listening to them.

Z - What does eclectic mean to you?

C - Alterna-yuck doesn't mean anything to me. I've been through enough phases, absent perhaps extreme hardcore power noize, and perhaps what used to be called EBM in some parts of Europe, to have a sense of what I simply don't care about. I have no problem with a retro sensibility, for several reasons, not all of them necessarily rational. But one reason is, if something has been done before and it has obviously been done so right that younger generations now want to pay it tribute by sampling the life out of it, that means the original likely has an indisputable merit which deserves to be kept in view. So for example, I'll take a hefty slice of French library funk by Mat Camison or Eddie Warner - something which from the outset was intended to be sold as background music for a car chase sequence and later became breakbeat fodder - and play it from beginning to end solely on its own merits. That makes me, in a sense, not only an obscurist but atraditionalist. And a snob too.

Z - Who is Carl Howard?

C - None of your business!

Unconscionable fraudmeister, at yourXXXX at my service."

Only your One True SPACE PATROL is as relevant as you might think!

Tonight at 8pm Pacific Standard Time, 11pm EST, 4am (0400) GMT and so
on, your web browser will be thinking of RUSS MEYER when it
automatically launches:


...just in time for your One True...

The chat room will be open, and waiting for YOU in particular!

The same shall hold true for the rebroadcast tomorrow at 5am PST, 8am
EST, 1pm (1300) GMT and so on. For Australia and the Far East, add an
additional 32 years, or something.

You will find the SPACE PATROL playlist here!

(alternately, here

Tonight we feature Italy's late genius Piero Umiliani, Spain's Coupé, France's Michel Polnareff and Francis Lai, Vic Mizzy, The Electric Banana (aka The Pretty Things), Xavier Cugat, Leith Stevens, Lorraine Bowen, Del Close... even Lulu. Oh, and, ummm, L'il Markie.

Stay tuned: episodes of SPACE PATROL will soon be available without commercial interruption on handy-dandy CDs. Take them anywhere!

On Luxuria's home page you'll also see several ways to make either a single or a monthly donation. If being able to listen to compelling and REALLY alternative music, whenever you like, is truly meaningful for you - and even if you're not normally a Luxuria listener - please stop by and consider donating.

The official SPACE PATROL store at Café Press can be found here.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Blowing His Mind (and yours, too)

Lord Buckley - Blowing His Mind (and yours, too) (scroll down)
Made available by the amazing Houseplant Picture Studio


Origins of American Animation

"The development of early American animation is represented by this collection of 21 animated films and 2 fragments, which spans the years 1900 to 1921. The films include clay, puppet, and cut-out animation, as well as pen drawings. They point to a connection between newspaper comic strips and early animated films, as represented by Keeping Up With the Joneses, Krazy Kat, and The Katzenjammer Kids. As well as showing the development of animation, these films also reveal the social attitudes of early twentieth-century America." (via Coudal Partners)


Basic Hip Rules!

Want to download some Polynesian Paradise? Go right ahead!
This chance of a lifetime is made possible by Basic Hip Digital Oddio.
Basic Hip also features a section of "click 'n play albums" where you this very week may "stream" Quincy Jones score to Truman Capote's modern icy classic In Cold Blood as well as two more cool albums!


Monday, September 20, 2004

The #1 Barbie Doll

"The VERY first Barbie®doll was introduced at Toy Fair in New York City in 1959. She was created by a woman named Ruth Handler-(we just love Ruth!). The first Barbie®doll was inspired by a German cartoon character doll that was called *Lilli* that Ruth had seen on a trip to Germany."
The #1 Barbie Doll (via grow-a-brain)


Mailing List

If you want to have every single entry in this blog delivered to you by mail this entry is for you!

Click HERE to join this service. (Yahoo! Mailing List)


Tom Waits for No Man

"Your source for news on Tom Waits." (via J-Walk)


Shaft in Africa

The Soundtrack (most songs by Johnny Pate and the Four Tops on vocal) to 'Shaft In Africa' is made available for you to download by Bruce Lenkei and his Journey to the Past. Wow!


Sunday, September 19, 2004

Shooby birthday!

"This site has been re-launched today, Shooby Taylor's birthday. We are sad that he is gone. We will forever cherish his spirit, without which we would all be lost."
Yup! It's the Re-launch of Shooby.com!
Enjoy "the Human Horn" (mp3 collection)!
Enjoy Shooby Taylor at The Apollo, 1983! (video clip) (via Outsider Music)


Cover art from Blue Note

Cool struttin', Love call, I had the craziest dream, Thousand finger man and Hot dog.
Blue Note: Over 1000 great jazz album covers (via Ronsens)



Creatures made of Pongo [tm] and clay.
[pongomania! plus] (via Buzz)


Swingin' Singles

"When it comes to sampling new music, you can't beat the beauty of a single. It's a little 2-song taste-test: side A to awaken the senses, and a B side that just might make you hungry for more. Periodically throughout April and September 2004, the Swingin' Singles series served up musical morsels from a variety of talented artists. This compilation presents the series in its entirety: fourteen artists, thirty-two tracks, two little jewel cases of assorted treats to nibble at your leisure. You're sure to find a new favorite!"
So now you can grab Various Artists - Swingin' Singles, the new release by Comfort Stand Recordings.


Dream Lover

Copy, Right? presents The Plasmatics cover of the Bobby Darin song 'Dream Lover'


Saturday, September 18, 2004

Dirty Mac v3

I've got this sent to me by Mac himself.
It's an astonishing site. Honest, creative, angry and funny.
I'll say no more.
Here's Mac!


Dr. Manta

It's my friend Daniel's birthday today.
He's the man behind mantagraphics and the great Swedish Franquin site 'Spirou enligt Franquin' (which he runs successfully with Kirk).

Happy birthday to you Daniel!


Global Children's Art Gallery

[click images to enlarge]
title Capricorn
Tanya B.
home Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine

title Ballerina
artist Sarah D.
age 5
home Markers South Dakota, USA
title Super Groquignon - Le Tyrannosaure Masqué (The Masked Tyrannosaurus)
artist Benjamin M.
age 10
home Markers Bourges, France
title Dad
artist Elisabeth L.
age 5
medium Microsoft Paint
home Copenhagen, Denmark

Global Children's Art Gallery (via PLEP)



"Dalida was an exceptional, extraordinary star who was even referred to as the 8th Wonder of the World and the modern incarnation of the wise Egyptian queen, Nefertiti. Not only was she a great singer having one of the most unique and compelling voices of the XX century and endowed with an astonishing dramatic talent, but she was also a wonderful, generous, amazingly-selfless, and touching person whose legend still exudes an air of mystery. Dalida was adored by General de Gaulle and Princess Diana, by President Sadat and Edith Piaf... She can be ranked among such celebrated stars as: Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Rita Hayworth, Grace Kelly, Maria Callas and many others."
So she might have been a goddess - but I don't think this site does her any good... I come to think of a hysterical bitch when I am confronted with it! And I don't think that's intentional...
(thanks to -c21de- over at the group)


Friday, September 17, 2004

Big Hair & True Love

"All of these photographs were taken in Louisville, Kentucky, between 1989 and 1995 at three events: The Kentucky Derby Festival Chow Wagon, Louisville Strassenfest, and the Kentucky State Fair. I do not know any of the people in these photographs, which represent them as the subjects have chosen to present themselves in public. Any judgements are your own."
Big Hair and True Love (via Robot Action Boy)


Talking trash

"-Why do you think America might be enjoying a sort of Golden Age of Trash Culture right now?

-Because there's no such thing as Trash Culture. The Golden Age of Trash is over. It's now just plain American humor. And it's what's on television, and it's what's on the radio. It's what the culture is. This is the main thing that we export to the world now, but it's not called Trash now, it's just humor."

An exclusive interview with John Waters from retroCRUSH.



Matt Sesow (via Glubibulgá)


Thursday, September 16, 2004

More rare vinyl from Sweden

Herren ger allt - Familjen Andersson (mp3)

JESUS CALL For you to come with us. Odd Christian Swe-Sounds.


Too tough to die

Bill Ward

Torchy, at war, in water colors.
"... On my first day at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, our instructor said, "I suggest that at the beginning you students draw what you’re interested in most. You who like animals, draw them; those interested in landscapes, paint them." I knew what I had to do . . . I drew girls . . . and I’ve been doing it to this day. Incidentally, Bob Kuhn, America’s foremost animal painter, was in my class. He went in another direction. ..."
Bill Ward in his own words. (thanks to KD Opdello over at the group)


Meet Triste Janero

Don at Balansamba writes: "Triste Janero's only LP is a beautiful mix of soft pop, light jazz, and bossa nova. It features some wonderful covers, including The Lovin' Spoonful's "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice" and Nilsson's "Without Her" (here titled "Without Him"). Their original tunes are catchy and unique. The vocals in Rene de Marie will stick in your head for days.. and the 8 minute TJ Blues is a swinging organ jazz tune. ..."
Triste Janero - Meet Triste Janero


Wednesday, September 15, 2004


Sergei M. Eisenstein posters (via Penny Dreadful)


Eddie Muerte

Eddie from the Fwak! Animation duo is down with some homebrew "old school" electronica. Very fun! You'll find the songs here! (via fwak! blog)


Name that TV Background Music

Your Pal Doug needs your expertice: "If you recognize what TV Show, Episode, or Cartoon you have heard any of these from,then Contact me"
Download the stuff here - enjoy it and put your brain to work!


Blog of the day

Thank you. Will I receive a paper crown or something with snail mail or...?

/Sebastian aka /Z

Think Conspiratorially - Act Shiftlessly - Listen SPACE PATROLLY

Tonight at 8pm Pacific Standard Time, 11pm EST, 4am (0400) GMT and so
on, your web browser will automatically launch:


...just in time for your One True SPACE PATROL.
The chat room will be open, and waiting for YOU in particular!

The same shall hold true for the rebroadcast tomorrow at 5am PST, 8am
EST, 1pm (1300) GMT and so on. For Australia and the Far East, add an
additional 77 days, or something.

You will find the SPACE PATROL playlist


Tonight we feature Mundell Lowe (from the "Satan in High Heels"
soundtrack), The Roger Webb Sound, Italy's Goblin, Felix Slatkin,
Nelson Riddle, Werner Müller and his Orchestra, early Luxuria favorite
Space Ponch, the late Tony Mottola, Santo & Johnny, and the supersonic
Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan.

On Luxuria's home page you'll also see several ways to make either a
single or a monthly donation. If being able to listen to compelling
and REALLY alternative music, whenever you like, is truly meaningful
for you - and even if you're not normally a Luxuria listener - please
stop by and consider donating.

The official SPACE PATROL store at Café© Press can be found

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

The Man I Love

"Today's track is by one of my favorite blues singers, Sippie Wallace. The career of Wallace is heavily tied to her piano player Hersal Thomas. Thomas was one of the best upcoming talents and his work with Wallace reminds me a lot of Lonnie Johnson's piano work with the great blues singers of the period. Unfortunately, Thomas died of food poisoning at an early age, and Wallace fell out of the music scene within the year. She made a few recordings in 1945 and then a handful more during the revival, but nothing would match her work with Thomas. The Man I Love, is one of the best blues songs, and easily the highlight of Thomas and Wallace's collaboration."
The great blues blog Honey, Where You Been So Long gives us Sippie Wallace - The Man I Love


Thierry Le Gouès

Sharp soulful photography.
Thierry Le Gouès - Soul (via Ollo)



"Offering a Bellybongo favorite, Bellybongo has grown VERY tired of anything African, but I will let this pass as it is most exotica, and we have a Japan-American doing the true exotica armchair travelling, the music I love the most, I think this LP would fit on an exotic CD combo with perhaps the fab Richard Hayman's Voodoo album."
The words are Magnus', the chief of Bellybongo Sharity, and the album he's talking about is: Mganga!


The Italian futurist book

Book cover gallery and history lesson.
Piedigrotta, Poesia magazine.
The Italian Futurist Book


Monday, September 13, 2004

Russian poster art

Davno.ru, russian site with an explorable timeline. (via Coudal Partners)
Revolution By Design: The Soviet Poster brought to you by International Poster Gallery Online.
Some posters from Soviet Union here.
http://www.davno.ru/ & http://www.internationalposter.com/ru-text.cfm & http://www.funet.fi/pub/culture/russian/html_pages/posters1.html


Atomic Rocketships of the Space Patrol

"Your imagination has been captured by the roaring rockets from Heinlein's SPACE CADET or the Polaris from TOM CORBETT, SPACE CADET. But are such rockets possible? How does one go about defining the performance of these atomic-powered cruisers?
This document gives some hints and equations that will allow back-of-the-envelope calculations on such matters. Though horribly simplistic, they are far better than just making up your figures.
This site was mainly intended for science fiction authors who wanted a little scientific accuracy. But anybody who is interested can play with the toys contained within, designing their own Planet Rangers Rocketships. It is assumed that the reader has enough knowledge to know the difference between a star and a planet, and enough skill to use a pocket calculator. Computer spreadsheet and computer programming skills are a plus, spreadsheets in particular will make your life much easier."

So check it out!
The Basic Design; Space Suits; Aliens and lots of more you need to know.
Atomic Rocketships of the Space Patrol (via Exclamation Mark)


60s psychedelia and related

Web sites featuring psychedelic bands.
Web sites featuring psychedelic music.
Web sites featuring the history of psychedelia.
Picnic - The online interview magazine.
Psychedelic resources - stores, labels etc.
PSYCHEDELICATESSEN (via Life In The Present)


Sunday, September 12, 2004

In a sexy japanese mood

Astroboy tells us: "This month's offering is one of my favorite thrift store finds, 'Sexy Mood' by The Three Cats. The music is charming and who wouldn't be knocked out by those red cocktail dresses? The liner notes are in japanese, but thanks are due to Mrs Joyce Parkhurst for kindly translating the song titles for me. A little web research tells me that the Cats had a huge hit in Japan during 1959/60 entitled 'Kiiroi Sakuranbo' ('Yellow Cherry' in english) This was also banned from radio airplay for a time due to its suggestive content, and later covered in 1970 by a mixed race all-girl band known as The Golden Half (who appear onstage singing it in the film 'Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter') I also found several translations online for the lyrics, so I've combined and paraphrased the first verse here for everyone's enjoyment:

"Attractive young girls (sigh)
Even sexy, perhaps (sigh)
Maybe they're aroused (sigh)
Maybe they aren't (sigh)
That's the charm of the "Yellow Cherries"
You may squeeze them (one)
you may suck them (two)
Sweet, yet bitter (three)
One, two, three (long sigh)
Yellow cherries"

I've included 4 bonus tracks taken from a coverless Japanese EP which I found in a Goodwill store. I recognized 'Tokyo Shoeshine Boy' which appears in MASH, but other than that I can't learn much about the first two selections. However Joyce Parkhurst tells me that Yoshiko Yamaguchi was a chinese born performer who found stardom in Japan. (Thanks again to Mrs Parkhurst for translating and providing the names of these performers)"
Raymondo's Dance-O-Rama presents the sexy moods of the Three Cats!!


Vintage sound and music

If you are interested in hearing and learning more about early recordings of sound and music you really should check out Penny Dreadful's latest posts (No. 474 - No. 480). And be sure to install plug-ins (if you haven't done that already) so that you'll be able to download and enjoy media in Ogg Vorbis format as instructions tells you to do on this page - then scroll down and enjoy some very early jazz recordings!
And I do recommend you to bookmark Penny Dreadful 'cause it's an amazing link blog!