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Saturday, September 30, 2006

The Aperitivo pill

The Aperitivo pill is the new Aperitivo radio show, this week we are trying to build a better future for me and you. You'll find measures of the Sonics, thee headcotees, Gal Costa, Penny Goodwin fantastic cover of Gil scott heron 's lady day & John Coltane, Alan Vega....
Have a listen to make your day shine brighter.

The Dalton's

Joe Dassin - Les Daltons

Friday, September 29, 2006

Modesty Blaise

Screen captures from 'Modesty Blaise' 1966 directed by Joseph Losey posted at Nostalgia Party No. 2.

Orgy in Rhythm shares John Dankworth's soundrack to the movie.

The trailer for the movie:

Added by MrBaliHai

Have fun dancing and listening to America's most familiar music

(58 TV and radio Commercials)
Lester Lanin & His Orchestra: Play the Madison Avenue Beat available at Blog of 999 Dances.

Tim Groen

'Classic Lamp #1' & 'Drop Lamp #2'

Tim Groen: Illustration portfolio. And collages at Velocity Art and Design. (via Art MoCo)

Thursday, September 28, 2006

"the Private Lives of Adam & Eve" Movie Lobby Cards

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Herman made me lie

I was thinking writing a post about the lack of totally great new bands Lps, at least that i totally love, and the birth of a new electronic seven inches age, and then came... then came this video and i can't help myself smiling on and on.
The new Herman dune Lp "Giant" will be out on october 2006, and i hope i will love it from track 1 to 16 .
I wish i was better at predicting what will be a hit, but believe me, this is one of them.
The video is a new Schoollhouse rock, and as soon as i will finish this post i will go back watching it once more.

By the way, go to their myspace to hear Not on top, from their previous Lp, i was sure that this song was to be a hit when it was released, it didn't. I told you i'm not good at predicting.
I'm better at barbecue parties.

Another evidence of greatness

Magnus found this rather old but exciting snapshot observing the man who was 40 years ahead of his time!! Click badge.

Debonair Magazine

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Construction leaders

Lex10 sent me this from his cell phone. Boulder. Co.
Click it for larger and better view at Flickr.

I guess this comes as no surprise to anyone. However, I'd like to add that we're not just "construction leaders" - we are The Sexiest and Funniest "construction leaders" around.

Monday, September 25, 2006

YouTube Sucks

"YouTube is on a quest to find the most talented and entertaining unsigned musicians and bands out there. Submit videos that best represent your group's musical, lyrical and video-making skills. The YouTube community will vote and decide just who rules the YouTube Underground."
Submissions begin Oct 2
Submissions close Oct 18
YouTube Underground

Updated: I changed my mind about linking to YouTube Underground.

#1 - My account just got deleted:
"Your video "How to put on on a bra" has been rejected due to its inappropriate nature. Due to your repeated attempts to upload inappropriate videos, your account has now been permanently disabled and your videos have been taken down. If you feel your account has been disabled in error, please contact us to explain why."

Here is "How to put on on a bra" on Metacafe.

#2 - Kurt's comment here didn't make the decision to change this entry any harder.

Updated II: Choco tells us about Those Bastards! which is an interesting and "mean" blog observing other blogs and sites with a blow and torch. Has an evil eye on YouTube.
Worth checking out if you want more critical views of what's really going on behind the "scenes".

Jeroen Diepenmaat

'pour des dents d'un blanc éclatant et saines' (2005)
stuffed birds play records by putting their bill into the groove (with help from Hans Diepenmaat)
Including a sound sample.

Jeroen Diepenmaat, dutch artist obsessed with vinyl records, record players, tape recorders and the sounds coming from them.
The colloboration project with Hannes van Soest called radio78 ("78rpm records sound from an old van. There is a pavement, illumination, liquor and a very fine atmosphere.") is also very nice. (via BoingBoing)

Note: Jeroen Diepenmaat was splogcasted by Jan Turkenburg here (files are down).

Updated: "A lo-fi copy of the splogcast is available here.
And most of the previous splogcast are to be found here.
Furthermore radio 78 will perform live on october 20 on radio zwolle."
Thanks for the information and updates Jan!

Don't F@#k with Space Detective!

... or he'll shoot you right in your big, green, ugly-f%#king martian head while his slutty android-girlfriend shoots you straight in the f@#king gut!

Don't F%#k with Space Detective!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

I am not very funny

This post was a joke of course. I hope 99% of the readers understood that.
I need no money. I am rich. Super rich. I pay my hookers at breakfast everyday. Noone has complained yet. At least not about the money..


Look Mom No Hairspray

Hm?? I think you need to see it up close. Am i right? Click it then! (via Vintage Photographs)

Mrs. Miller

Mrs. Miller sings "It's Magic" in 'The Cool Ones,' 1967.

Added by Picklepuss
(Special thanks to Tod for pointing us there)

If you want to get to know Mrs. Miller a little better I'd suggest you to read Skip Heller's article(originally published in #14 issue of Cool and Strange Music Magazine), 'Searching For Mrs. Miller'.

Aperitivo's love stallion company

The new aperitivo radio show is trying to find a solution to a major problem, the lack of love, physical love, welcome in aperitivo's love stallion company. You'll find raw funk, soft pop, mad electronic, punk funk, yeye tribute, and dreamy pop. The perfect love cocktail.


Hi! Everybody!

I need money.
That's what I want.

Tons of cash.

It costs being a blogger. I need coffee. At least one of these per week.
I need a better chair. The blog is on turbo when I am able to sit comfortably for hours.
I need booze. Prefarably rum, gin and cold czech beers. And a few bottles of wine.
Just in case the blog depression hits. And for inspiration.
Throw in a tiki bar while you're at it. I am not a handy man. I need it skillfully arranged in my one-room apartment (hell! I need a new apartment!).

I need to go to out and have a fine piece of snack every day. Cooking takes time from blogging.
I need a car (transportation is king). And a new camera.
Oh! Almost forgot - I need a really big plasma tv. I shouldn't be forced to look at my miniature tv-set. It's not healthy. I could go blind for heavens sake!
I need vacations now and then. Bahamas would be nice. Brazil. Tahiti.
The relaxation I get now is by no means good enough.

Well, as you can clearly understand I need cash.

Support my needs. Please.
I can't run this blog if you can't cough up at least $1000. For starters.

Ok, the fact that this blog doesn't cost me any money at all DOESN'T CHANGE THE FACT that you really should donate a (very) small amount of your cash to ME.

Is this hard to understand.

I'm worth it.

Give 'em to me - and I maybe blog tomorrow. That's what I'm saying.
Trust me! It's for a good course. My health and comfort is serious business.

And - remember - it's for your own good.

Thank you.


Saturday, September 23, 2006

25 Sexiest Novels Ever Written

"If reading is thinking with someone else's brain, then erotica is feeling with someone else's body parts. With that in mind, we set out to find the books that arouse the most. ..."

Playboy.com names the 25 Sexiest Novels Ever Written. (via Jahsonic)
Note: It's Playboy - I guess that means NSFW.

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1. Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, by John Cleland [Read the complete novel online]
2. Lady Chatterley’s Lover, by D.H. Lawrence [Read the complete novel online]
3. Tropic of Cancer, by Henry Miller
4. The Story of O, by Pauline Reage
5. Crash, by J.G. Ballard
6. Interview with the Vampire, by Anne Rice
7. Portnoy’s Complaint, by Philip Roth
8. The Magus, by John Fowles
9. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, by Haruki Murakami
10. Endless Love, by Scott Spencer
11. Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov
12. Carrie’s Story, by Molly Weatherfield aka Pam Rosenthal
13. Fear of Flying, by Erica Jong
14. Peyton Place, by Grace Metalious
15. Story of the Eye, by Georges Bataille
16. The End of Alice, by A.M. Homes
17. Vox, by Nicholson Baker
18. Rapture, by Susan Minot
19. Singular Pleaures, by Harry Mathews
20. In The Cut, By Susanna Moore
21. Brass, by Helen Walsh
22. Candy, by Terry Southern
23. Forever, by Judy Blume
24. An American Dream, by Norman Mailer
25. The Carpetbaggers, by Harold Robbins

Participate in this week's SPACE PATROL Mystery!

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It's a Saturday and Your One True SPACE PATROL is on the schedule at luxuriamusic.com . Will it be a never before heard episode? Will it be a repeat? Will it air at all?


So tonight at 6pm PST/9PM EST/0200 Sunday GMT, DROP ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS, tune to Luxuria Music, and find out!

Remember, just like all mysteries, you WOULD have gotten away with it if it weren't for THOSE MEDELLIN KIDS ...uhh... meddling kids.

Skuubie Duubie Duuu !!!!

(hell, I ain't gettin' suuued by Ted Turner)

Postscript: This episode DID air normally - thanks to Eric Bonerz for making that possible! The playlist for the episode is posted HERE and if you want to see next week's episode, it's HERE!

Hans Appelqvist

Listen to 3 tracks from 'Naima' (MySpace page) - the forthcoming album by Hans Appelqvist released by Häpna.
You really should.

It's new. It's now. It's flash cubes.

Groovy 60's Kodak commercial.

Added by WeirdoVideo

Find more "rare & authentic 16mm films of cultural, historical and ironical significance" at the Weirdo Video blog.

"Live" & Swingin’

Created and uploaded to Flickr by snailbooty
Click Frankie to view it at source.

Friday, September 22, 2006

The Top 10 Most Influential Online Flash Shorts.

Above: Screen shot taken from 'Babysitting the Idiot'

Aaron Simpson of Cold Hard Flash uncovers his Top 10 of Animated Flash Shorts.
Check it out. It's fun. It's flashy. It's the Top 10!

10. 'Laid Off: A Day in the Life' by Odd Todd
9. 'Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me' by Bernard Derriman
8. 'Urine Trouble, Part 1' Mr. Wong by Pam Brady & Kyle McCulloch
7. 'Dragon' Strong Bad Email #5
8 by Mike and Matt Chapman
6. 'The End of the World' by Jason Windsor
. . .

To find Aaron's complete list please visit The Flash Animation 10.

Updated: Lex10 points to this dutch site [Edit: Hello Dutch friends! how are you?] where you can find the Index of /spumco (all of the George Liquor Episodes from the old Spumco site).

Hardy Burmeier

'An einem lauen Sonntagabend im Spätsommer, Tennessee 1915'
[transl ~One tepid Sunday evening in the late summer, Tennessee 1915]

(Thanks to Martin Riemer for the help with the translation.)

Strange hats and customs of course require some four-legged carriers.
Hardy Burmeier's digital art. (via Wandering With the Ghost)

Performing Arts Poster Collection

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Click thumb for large view at source.

Performing Arts Poster Collection (lots of them - 2113 images!) (via Stationsvakt)

Some Not-so-Inflammatory Images from the same Antique Show

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Black Americana at the Antique Show

I went to an antique show a couple of weeks ago and took many photos.... but, my camera kinda sucks. I must get a new one soon.

I am always surprised by how much "Black Americana" is still floating around out there.


- Percy

Daily Collage Project

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#12_Nº 1813

Dilar Pereira's Daily Collage Project. (via Drawn!)

Andreas Weinand

'stiffel' 1990 (in "sich selbst finden")
Click it.

Andreas Weinand photografie. (via Conscientious)

"Experiments with a strange laser beam"

"Patrick Wiklacz continues to indulge his (and our) fascinations with classic science fiction and analog synthesizers, at the intersection of the past and the future. ..."
sci-fi by ambient field, also available via Internet Archive.


It made me cry my tears out.
Such a beautyfull moment. The one just after making love, the one of complete abandon, something like pure tenderness, when you are still feeling that heat, and the sweet smell of sex, when nothing else exist in the world, apart from you and your beloved.
This is exactly what i feel watching this Elysian Fields video.
A true and rare moment shot on a Brooklin roof by Vincent Moon for La blogotheque, so instense and quite disturbing.
You must have a go to the complete blogotheque post to watch Jennifer Charles singing Edith Piaf's "Jezebel", this is definitely unique.
Thank you Mister Moon.

Uploaded by lablogotheque

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

LuxuriaMusic: Perryland BBQ pics!!

LuxuriaMusic: Perryland BBQ pics!!

Monday, September 18, 2006


As a child of those times, i thought i knew a lot about post punk, and then came Post punk junk.
Do i really need to say more...
Is the man working on the matter everyday of his life or what ?
Is he some kind of a monomaniac ? Love those monomaniacs.
You'll find there marvellous Talking Heads live songs, strange post punk band, the groove and the energy of these days.
Always helpfull, read that Vivien Goldman tribute and read him every update. Always joyfull.

Petra Mrzyk & Jean-François Moriceau

'Untitled', 2005
Click an eyeball for much better view at source.

Petra Mrzyk & Jean-François Moriceau - Collaborative works. Ink on paper. (via Paperholic)