Electrode

Electrode

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  • There's also the rare "Countdown At Kusini" soundtrack. The film was also titled as "Cool Red" and has not been released on any format since, as far as I know.  He also did the music for "Ceddo", which was a couple of years after. Full movie on Y…
  • For my Sunday morning bike ride. Better than coffee:
  • So I saw an electronic mini-billboard today with one of those PSA's telling you to keep your hands off your face, away from your mouth and eyes. The frame had this...
  • Heard a track from that CJQ unreleased album on the radio last night. Has that Bitches Brew feel to it. And the sound quality on my 2001 reissue of Saturday Night Special has much to be desired. So, thanks!
  • I know, but it's the writing on the wall with the motels, restaurants and, as of now, partial closures of parks that's the problem, despite the lure of free admission. https://news.google.com/search?q="national parks" coronavirus&hl=en-US&a…
  • I have no love for Trump whatsoever. I'm playing along with washing my hands frequently, which I have already done before, and avoiding crowded places. I even begrudgingly cancelled/postponed my road trip at the advice of friends and family despite …
  • I'm taking a national park road trip vacation next week. The daughter of my boss was concerned whether or not I will be travelling to an area "safe from all that coronavirus stuff". A bank teller who I regularly speak to behind bulletproof glass was…
  • I heard parts of "Written Testimony" played on on J Rocc's "Adventures In Stereo" show last night. Real good.
  • They don't usually. This was a one-off thing. I heard that the owners of a building which housed a production company down the street on Sunset back in the day were renovating, found the collection and brought it over on a couple of pallets. One of …
  • Returned last night to see what was left or added. I also was able to talk a floor manager into allowing me to use my portable. I was disappointed that there seemed to be every early 70s Boosey & Hawkes "Music For Film, Radio & Television"…
  • Pictured here are "Ride The Sky" (#108) and "Patterns Of Success" (#120) and were part of the library selection. https://www.discogs.com/D-McAllister-M-Gaide-R-Palladino-Ride-The-Sky/release/2374877 https://www.discogs.com/Doug-Wood-Mike-Carubia-D…
  • Found that Bayeté! Library records were the $2-$4 table scraps from Amoeba's bulk sell off. I'm sure sought after volumes were put aside or sold before they hit the floor. However, it was fun to sift through and taking cheap gambles. John Cacavas …
  • klezmer electro-thug beats said: Interested what you think as a latecomer to them. Does it seem obviously influential or like an evolutionary dead end? Not laugh-out-loud hilarious, but situations where the relatable quickly merges into the…
  • As soon as this started gaining traction, the Busta was the first thing I thought of. Funnier than the beer jokes my coworkers keep telling. I'm not buying into the news media fueled fear machine. I've eaten at a couple of restaurants I just discov…
  • Reminds me of what my grandfather said, "everyone has his own favorite flavor of stupid". He was a big Three Stooges fan: slapstick, that sort of thing. Grandma was more into "sophisticated" humor: Cary Grant, WC Fields, etc. Their debates  at famil…
  • Magdy El-Housseni:
  • The only one I can think of at the moment is Marek Grechuta's first album. He was popular in Poland at the time, but I've never heard of him before I found it in the dollar bins. https://www.discogs.com/Marek-Grechuta-Droga-Za-Widnokres/master/4533…
  • What a coincidence...I just realized only a couple weeks ago that the woman from Freez is Ingrid, who did the version of "Easter Parade" on one of the Ultimate Breaks & Beats volumes. Here's my suggestions off the top:
  • I liked HC's enthusiasm for everything Texas. In this cynical age, I think everyone is a "conspiracy theorist" to some degree. Rockadelic is another knowledgeable guy who got some flack if I recall but at the end of the day its all jokes. Even off-t…
  • Funny shit. I have to try that with my mother's Alexa.  Update: Nope, she doesn't go for that. Gives me the silent treatment. And I tried well known ones like "Ain't No" and "Shame On A".
  • I read on Wiki:"The helicopter...circled over Glendale during the flight." So that's what woke me this morning. I headed out to fish soon after and I noticed the "fog" was disgusting today. It notoriously gets thick around the mountains in Calabasa…
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  • Congratulations! I saw "Ford vs. Ferrari" last night at the Egyptian Theater. It was two and a half hours well spent and I would recommend it to someone even if he or she is not a car enthusiast. I have cursory knowledge of auto racing, for the mos…
  • ppadilha said: I needed A LOT of hot sauce to make it go down. That's the only way to do it! Bitter, salt and spice are the only things my tongue registers, so I'm used to drowning everything in Dave's Insanity Sauce and such. Guisados and…
  • I was born without a sense of smell so I don't know but supposedly its offset by vinegar or lime juice then boiling and rinsing twice. Chichi Wang of Serious Eats has lots of good recipes.
  • Those Italian library tunes are great! Reminds me when my Dad and I attended those annual Formula One races in Long Beach. Here's my weekend Goodwill run, with the exception of Reverberi which was a gift from a friend among others. "Halcyon Days" …
  • The "Nitecap" tune is out of Atlanta and was put on Numero's Tragar & Note label comp.  The only Australian new funk outfit I was aware of is the Bamboos and Karate Boogaloo, the later which I have heard of only recently because of material fro…
  • From the swap meet today.