Sunday, March 16, 2014
JEFFREY MORGANíS MEDIA BLACKOUT #411
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JEFFREY MORGAN’S MEDIA BLACKOUT #411.12!
Pink Floyd – The Wall (Columbia) :: Producer Bob Ezrin
records school kids on 1979 album, school kids now sue for royalties.
John Wayne – America, Why I Love Her (MPI) :: Now, more than ever.
Jet Li – Hero (Miramax) – Back
in the ’60s they didn’t use wires to make actors fly. They used drugs.
The Dears – No Cities Left (SpinART) :: Just when you
think that theatrical rock is dead, somebody comes along to prove you right.
KISS – Destroyer (Casablanca) :: Bob Ezrin records school
kids on 1976 album, school kids now sue for royalties.
The Music – Welcome To The North (Capitol) :: Jon Anderson on heavy-metal steroids?
If We Can’t Trust The Doctors (V2) :: Fans of Angelo Badalamenti and Julie Cruise might like the tremulous
tremolo tunes that these local yokels are a-pickin’.
Dead Celebrity Status – Blood Music (HRM) :: Medic! Transfusion! Too late, somebody
call the coroner.
– School’s Out (Warner Bros.) :: Ezrin records school kids on 1972... Oops, ran out of space!
SIZZLING PLATTER OF THE WEEK: Kaada Patton – Romances
(Ipecac) :: Just when you think that you’ve heard it all, along comes the absolute weirdest album of the year. If Leonard
Cohen had been a black falsetto horror movie TV host back in the ’50s who dug Stockhausen, he couldn’t have come
up with a more deliriously psychotronic album than this.
Be seeing you!
Sunday, March 9, 2014
JEFFREY MORGANíS MEDIA BLACKOUT #410
Sun, March 9, 2014 | link
JEFFREY MORGAN’S MEDIA BLACKOUT #410.11!
Ron Artest – Motor City Madhouse (NBA) :: Bill Cosby
Reloaded (Slaystation) :: Play online as either Biggie or 2Pac and solve the conspiracy! Assault and battery not
Ali Shaheed Muhammad
– Shaheedullah And Stereotypes (Penalty) :: Shaheed my words because this stereo tripe isn’t dullah,
– Straight Flush Ghetto (Liquor and Poker) :: Some people think the world has had enough of noisy rock songs.
But I listen to these funky punkabillys and I see it isn’t so.
Sarah Fimm – Nexus (self-released) :: Earnest and plaintive, this sultry synthesiren
is the new and improved Peter Gabriel. Which makes her a whole lot easier on the ears and, especially, the eyes.
Million Dollar Marxists – Give It A Name
(Gearhead) :: Frothing like a dog that’s been infected by the rabies, this hard-rocking quintet ain’t no million-dollar
– Head Off (Candlebone) :: Remember how Dylan was rumored to have secretly recorded an album while he was in
seclusion after his motorcycle accident left him temporarily brain damaged? Well, here it is.
Nitromusk – Things I’ve Done (Stratospheric)
:: The Rutles meet Cheap Trick. Surrender, but don’t give your day job away because the Delete Police are calling your
SIZZLING PLATTER OF THE WEEK: Dry Kill
Logic – The Dead And Dreaming (Repossession) :: Lead screamer Cliff Rigano is smart enough
to know that variety is the spice of life and man enough to show the world that he can also actually sing. Factor in stellar
musicianship and shrewd arrangements and you have the reason why DKL is one small step away from rightfully claiming the heavy
Be seeing you!