Hey Y'all! If you're up early this Saturday morning, tune in tommorrow morning and dig the latest Hammond Eggs #47! Me and my buddy Sir Brian Parrish, host of The Casbah, two music loving dudes, sipping on wicked hot java and slingin' some fresh Hammond Eggs Vibes.
That's right, this Saturday Morning, October 24th from 7-9am live on KSYM 90.1 FM...
And folks don't forget, right after Hammond Eggs, we're just the warm up band because from 9-11 there's Sir Bobby J, the cat with big bag of records and his jazzy art school sessions: Mainstream 120. Get hip, get smart, tune in!
Friday, October 24, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
After 14 years in the making and at a cost of 13 million dollars, the "new" Guns N’ Roses album, “Chinese Democracy,” will finally go on sale Nov. 23rd. So, with 14 songs on the album that works out to about a million dollars per song and one song per year...
Yawn. More details here: Chinese Democracy Is Really Here!
The best part of Ben Sisario's New York Times Art Beat Blog post regarding “Chinese Democracy", for me anyway, are the comments that follow and I couldn't agree more!
Here are some of my favorites so far:
What an appropriate name. I consider listening to Guns N Roses to be a form of torture. - mark
If Waterworld was rescored to Chinese Democracy, the universe would collapse. - boatbutter
The new single rips the riff from the Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane” and goes downhill from there. At least Tommy Stinson got paid. - J Frank Parnell
It would have to be the second coming of ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ to be worth the wait. I’m guessing it will be closer to the gary cherone Van Halen. Fail. - nsfw
“Axl Rose — the only remaining original member …” What we have here is essentially the world’s best Guns ‘n Roses cover band. (or Axl's solo album -HMK)
Slash? (The eccentric lead guitarist with a penchant for top hats and hard alcohol).
Izzy? (The rhythm guitarist and brains behind the original band - this guy mostly wrote Appetite for Destruction singlehandedly).
Duff? (The juggernaut bass player)
Steven Adler? (The original punk-roots drummer who pounded out Appetite for Destruction)… OR…
Matt Sorum? (Adler’s clinical replacement, responsible for the Use Your Illusion drums and that weird cover album). - Jerky
Dear Best Buy, Negotiate a generous return policy with the label. - Stuart S
The only thing it’s the beginning of is the latest chapter in the continuing decline of an art form whose best days are long behind it. From a band whose ouevre was all of two albums. . . - Edwardo
I just hope I finally get paid. - buckethead
Looking forward to the first track “Get off my lawn!”. - David C.
woo hoo, rock n roll, best buy, plastic surgery, and a 14 year wait?! that’s spontaneity and rebellion for ya! - steve b
$11 million of that was for catering. - Chuck
And my favorite comment, the very first one:
Grandpa’s gonna be so happy. - c.b.
Wonder what the latest line in Vegas is for that Nov. 23rd release date...
Saturday, October 18, 2008
The folks who silenced the nation's first "musical road" are singing a different tune. Workers on Wednesday began carving grooves on Avenue G that will produce notes of the "William Tell Overture" when cars drive over them.
The high desert city north of Los Angeles placed the grooves on another road, Avenue K, last month for a Honda commercial. The quarter-mile strip was engineered to play the notes — better known as the theme for "The Lone Ranger" — when motorists in Honda Civics hit them at 55 mph.
It was believed to be the first such musical road in the United States, although there are others in Japan, South Korea and Holland.
Continue: Music-Making Asphalt.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Dig The Latest! Still fresh and classic mid 80's indie rock from San Antonio's very own, The Radsoles!:
Check out: On The 7th Day and Crank up the awesome Naked...
The Radsoles: Mitchell Justice Webb (Vocals, Guitar & Bass), Tom Rehkopf (Vocals & Rhythm Guitar), Charles Gruber (Lead Guitar) and John Dufilho (Drums).
Details soon - turn it up!
So great to hear this stuff again!
Friday, October 10, 2008
Hey Y'all! If you're up early this Saturday morning, tune in tommorrow morning and dig the latest Hammond Eggs #46! Me and my buddy Sir Brian Parrish, host of The Casbah, siping on fresh hot java and slingin' the Hammond Eggs Vibes.
That's right, this Saturday Morning, October 11th from 7-9am live on KSYM 90.1 FM...
Posted by HMK at 8:19 PM Labels: Brian Parrish, Hammond Eggs #46 Morning Menu, HMK Archive and the Totally Bitchin' Recording Vinyl Vault, ksym 90.1