#35: August 28, 2007

It's always good to have a live show. Well, not *that* kind of live show, as Swedes are quick to point out. Apparently that goes a whole different direction there. Henry will be taking the copies of "Fanatic! II" on the upcoming tour, so make sure to get your ass to the show and grab up a copy. For those of you not familiar with it, Fanatic! II is the collection of the annotated notes for Harmony In My Head (same as what you see on the official site) but with more stuff. Flyers, posters, photos, whatever Henry can dig up for us. The new edition covers the 2006 shows. If you missed it, the original Fanatic! book that covers the 2004 shows is available directly from 21361.com.

It hasn't come up on the show, so I thought I'd mention it briefly here. As many of you probably know by now, the legendary drummer Max Roach died August 16th at age 83. There's not much to say that hasn't already been said, so here's an article I think we can all appreciate. Max Roach: Why He Was Jazz's Greatest Drummer

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

01. Public Enemy – Harder Than You Think
02. Dax Riggs – I Forgot I Was Alive
03. Von Südenfed - The Young The Faceless And The Codes
04. Bark Bark Bark - New Kids On The Block
05. The Sound – Skeletons
06. Steel Leg - Stratetime And The Wide Man
07. The Ruts - I Ain't Sofisticated
08. Shock Headed Peters (w/Sam Ireland) - Conditional Discharge
09. Excepter - Shoot Me First
10. The Falcons - Juke Hop
11. Fanfare Ciocarlia – Hurichestra
12. Babs Gonzales - Weird Lullaby
13. DEVO - Space Girl Blues
14. Jim Healy – 1993 Excerpt
15. Alice In Chains - Brush Away
16. Gennadi Tumat – Sygyt
17. The Damned – Neat Neat Neat
18. Captain Beefheart - The Buggy Boogie Woogie
19. Casual Dots - Evil Operations Classified
20. Preachers - Who Do You Love
21. Family Fodder – Warm
22. Young Marble Giants - Radio Silents
23. Ween - Licking The Palm For Guava

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Comments 

 
0 #2 2010-04-19 16:18
Stuart said... I reaally like that Public Enemy Track since Steve Jones started playing it. If i remember i will send you the version from when they were on Jonesys show and he played the main riff out of the end of the song and Chuck D free styled over the end. A unique moment. - Wed Aug 29, 02:51:00 AM EDT
 
 
0 #1 2010-04-19 16:18
button said... Finally some Shock Headed Peters! Fantatics might like to check out his myspace page for more tracks featuring Sam Ireland
www.myspace.com/.../
and I'll give the Die Cheerleader page a plug while I'm at it too :)
www.myspace.com/.../
- Kelly - Wed Aug 29, 03:11:00 AM EDT

Angela said... I really liked that Public Enemy song, too. Stuart, that would be awesome to hear that jam. Kelly, thanks for the info. - Wed Aug 29, 07:52:00 AM EDT

Letters From A Tapehead said... If you're interested, I wrote this article a week or so ago about Max Roach's unfortunate death falling so closely to the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley's demise. You can check that out here. Thanks. - Wed Aug 29, 08:21:00 AM EDT

Angela said... I learn so much from you guys. Thanks! - Wed Aug 29, 10:34:00 AM EDT
 

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