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Pathfinder Society Member. 6,804 posts (19,418 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 28 aliases.


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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Count Basie--"One O'Clock Jump"

Live in '65

[Looks through his copy]

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After an early morning solidarity stand-out in front of the courthouse in Lowell, I went to my new favorite ye olde recorde shoppe and traded in a bunch of cd's that I had duplicates of. Although I personally felt that I was low-balled, I can't complain too much because I ended up getting:

Neu!--Neu! '86 which I listened to last night and it was pretty awesome, even with the occasional '80s new wave sounds; and

Moondog and His Honking Geese Playing Moondog's Music which I haven't listened to yet.

Irontruth wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
The Sound--Jeopardy
Never heard of them before. 1 minute in and I'm hooked though. Thanks.

You're welcome. Please consider feeding my egoism and pressing the "Favorite" button.

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The Sound--Jeopardy

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Art Farmer--Listen to Art Farmer and the Orchestra

thejeff wrote:

"Do you plan to lead the people of Judea in revolt against the Romans?"

Behold the Man - Michael Moorcock

This has been on my shelf for a while. Should read it one of these days.

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Finished Yeats last night. On to the next Jane Gaskell book, The City whose back cover blurb promises that poor Cija will end up in a "lascivious brothel." Can't wait!

Finished Atlan last night. What a weird book.

Trainwreck to Narnia

Documentary about my friend from middle school's band, Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits.

Finished the Marx bio despite my intentions of stopping much earlier.

Returned to the misadventures of Cija and her progeny which is going much slower than I anticipated, probably because I've already read it. They just got caught by Sedili, Zerd's first wife (of three).

Meanwhile, back in Yeatsland, The Lazy Beauty and Her Aunts

Reminds me that I still have to order Jodorowsky's Dune from Netflix.

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Harold Land--Harold in the Land of Jazz

Funk for Friday!

Gang of Four, live, Zagreb, 1981

Freehold DM wrote:

48. Dolphin breaks ankles of young girl as he leaps into boat

Amelia laughed with delight as the pod of dolphins circled her boat. They clicked, squeaked and whistled in return. The young sea druid could hardly believe the time was upon her to choose an animal companion. Which would she choose? Which would choose her?

"Whoa!" Amelia let out a nearly inaudible yelp of surprise as a particularly eager dolphin nose-butted her little dinghy. Maybe she was supposed to get in the water with them? She hadn't mastered the ability to shift forms yet, so she began to strip down so as to be able to swim with the dolphins better.

Suddenly, she heard a loud THUD and felt the world go rump over elbow as a flare of sheer agony went through not one but both of her legs. Moaning in pain, she pushed her face through the hole a jutting nail had torn into her shift as she fell.

"Ack-ack-ack-aaaaaack!" An embarrassed-looking dolphin waved its fin at her as he flopped about in the boat. It seems a choice had been made. She swallowed the nausea that threatened to overtake her as she saw her feet jutting at odd angles from her broken ankles.

"Ankle-biter..." she said, focusing on the dolphin instead of the pain. "I name you Ankle-biter."

DM Briefing- A particularly enthusiastic dolphin seriously injures a young druid while she chooses an animal companion. This could be a sign of great favor or a mad beast, and the PCs are hired to determine the truth.

Source: umping-into-family-boat/4481435851525/?spt=sec&or=on

Yeah! Break those ankles!

Sun City Girls--Torch of the Mystics

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

John Coltrane--Ascension

Colour Haze--To The Highest Gods We Know

Zeugma wrote:
Reminds me of the kids in High School who thought Wuthering Heights was a love story.

When I first read Wuthering Heights, I had already read Camus's The Rebel [J-PS,IT: [Curses in French]] which has a chapter discussing Heathcliff. I must have misunderstood the point of the chapter, because I thought he was supposed to be the good guy and spent the first half of the book thinking "boy, he's a peculiar hero."

The Chameleons UK--Script of the Bridge

Was wondering why the youtube version is so different from my record, looked on and found the following:

"An important note: avoid at all costs the original U.S. vinyl issue on MCA, which not only switches the song order but removes a full third of the songs."


1) Yes, I've seen people shrug.

4) I thought Paul did okay with "Eleanor Rigby."

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The Ramones live in London, 1977

Pinkskins out! Gobbos forever!

Grand Budapest Hotel

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Dexter Gordon--One Flight Up

Went out with La Principessa to return clothes in Manhattan on Saturday. She tricked me, as all women do, and after returning things at The Gap, Old Navy and some other place, she then dragged me into Victoria's Secret where she tried things on for forty minutes. Got my revenge when we passed by an olde usde recorde shoppe.

Picked up three only-have-previously-listened-to-on-the-internet-jazz-cds wicked cheap. I mean, seriously, they were all five bucks or less for items that would've been priced for ten bucks or more in any New England record shop I've ever been to.

Had a ton of amazing records, too, but I didn't want to risk them getting destroyed on the bus trip.

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David Bowie--Station to Station

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Limeylongears wrote:
Two Sides of Jon & Jodi

Steve Kaczorowski--"I'd Love to Change the World"

Just a Ten Years After cover, you think?

Unh uh.

The Strange Case of Steve Kaczorowski

Fun read about rock-n-roll confidence men and record label shenanigans.

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Pavement--Watery, Domestic

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

I only pieced it together later.

Jane Gaskell, Atlan

The first book by a native German communist was The Sacred History of Mankind, written by Moses Hess, who had picked up communist ideas after running away to Paris from his father's factory in Cologne.

--David McLellan, Karl Marx: His Life and Thought

Not quite the same but, since it's swearing-related:

Perhaps apocryphal, but, reportedly, when Mae West met Norman Mailer, she proclaimed "Oh, you’re the guy who can’t spell 'f##+'!"

Regardless, The Naked and the Dead did provide the filthiest beatnik/hippie rock band with their name.

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Erkin Koray--"Cemalim"

Uncle Tupelo--Still Feel Gone

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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Devo--"Jocko Homo"
Jerry Casale on the Kent State shootings and their influence on Devo

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Oscar Peterson and Clark Terry--"Blues for Smedley" live

Oscar Peterson Tro + One

After lots of personal busy-ness, finally finished Hook. Didn't finish Yeats but decided to re-start Gaskell's Atlan anyway.

The Raincoats

(Youtubeized version)

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Art Farmer and Benny Golson Jazztet--Here and Now

The Pixies--Surfer Rosa

Live in London, '88

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Pfft. I ain't tellin' her that.

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Freehold DM wrote:

Nathan Fillion is under my feet.


Autographs are underneath the dealers room.

As usual, I am above whedon and his ilk. The bulk of the firefly cast is here.

Beneath me.

Where they belong.

La Principessa is planning on going to the Firefly event.

Probably safest place for her at ComiCon. Won't be tempted to run off to Canarsie.

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Speaking of differences in taste:

I hate endnotes. Footnotes 4 eva!!!

I especially like it when the footnote is at the end of the page and the note spills over on to the next page.

Love that shiznit.

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