Friday, October 21, 2005

In which David goes Random in "only Music" mode

  • I heard Sandra Tsing Loh on KPCC talking about Van Nuys High School, home of the Zappa Institute of Technology to which Gail donated Frank's sound system. I found two ZIT website URLs but neither was working.
  • I watched an ABC Primetime article about the adolescent singing duo Lamb and Lynx Gaede, whose mother has made them stars of the White Nationalist movement. Imagine little Nazi Olsen twins. They even sang a song about Rudolf Hess.
  • Art Jarvinen's band The Invisible Guys played live on the Internet from Kulak's Woodshed. It sounded great and I could actually see them until my screen-saver came on which caused me to get just a blank screen & clicking sounds. Then they were invisible (and inaudible).
  • I like my latest CD purchase: Taste the Secret by Ugly Duckling. My third rap CD (I'm so old I'm not even sure if rap is the right word). It's a concept album - about waring fast food chains: Meat Shake (where everything contains meat) versus Veggie Hut (where everything doesn't). The samples are jazzy, show-tuney - the lyrics and dramatic skits are clever and funny.

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