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here's a kool interview with iggy pop

 

 

and, I'm Bored, live at Old Grey Whistle Test, c. 1979

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your Peter Murphy/Subaru tweet reminded me that this exists...

 

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KOFY was a legendary independent station in the SF Bay Area and they had these bumpers with local dogs. There was one that became legendary because the dog falls off the table he is standing on at the end of the bumper. They played it for 10 years and we all waited expectantly for "Goober" to make his appearance during a commercial break.

 

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The video for Aaron Neville's "Everybody Plays the Fool". The whole thing is great. I know Jake will love it and maybe he can explain what is going on with the mail lady.

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Ever want to learn how to make your own Spider-Man web shooters from a kid with Asperger's and a terse message for trolls? Here he is. He puts his own spin on those cardboard and duct tape web shooters, bless his heart.

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Paul of the Diamond Center delighted those of us in the Sacramento area with his nearly impenetrable South Philly accent. He was a delight.

 

 

AdamFlowers went for the deep Sacramento cut. I grew up outside of Sacremento in Rancho Cordova, this shit took me way back. Reminded me of Tom LaBrie. LaBrie was the owner of LaBrie's Waterbeds for many years, and sponsored / hosted the late-night movie broadcasts on local UHF station Channel 40. Here's some gems of his:

 

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Not enough Timothy Leary on the video submissions.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFuztrfqPZQ

 

This is an album (which I own) where LSD guru Timothy Leary (along with counter-culture specialist Brian Barritt) and the German Prog/Psychadelic band Ash Ra Tempel. The rest is this album. You can learn about the history of the record here http://www.higgs1.demon.co.uk/barritt/mojo.htm

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Special request:

I am desperately trying to find a clip that I'm convinced Andy Kindler would love. Here is all I can remember:

 

early 90s I think. handsome young stand-up comic (impressionist), dark hair, had only one act which was asking you to imagine if all the singers were eating at the same restaurant. It might go something like this...

 

"Axl rose would be like 'theressss a fly in my soup' and then Elton John would be like "theresss a fly in my soup toooo" and Cher would be like "can I get a napkinnnnn".

 

Does anyone here know this guys name? I'm going blind trying to google up a clip. I really want Andy Kindler to enjoy it!

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