Michael, way back in February, before I discovered your great blog, you posted something which I've been searching for for years - so you can imagine how I kicked myself when I discovered that I'd missed it: Max Bacon's Little Red Hooding Ride and William T. Hell.I'd be very grateful if you could re-upload these.Thanks in advance - Mel.
Happy to oblige mel - these are a couple of my favourite novelty "songs" too!
No 1 for me has to be Chicken Rock
Thanks outaspaceman but I was thinking more of older posts that you missed and would like to be uploaded again.
errrr..... I did mean the October 2005 posting.I have, in the past, whilst inebriated, tried to argue the case for the chickens seminal influence on Blues & Rock n' Roll music to a sceptical audience. This album illustrates the connection perfectly.
O right outtaspaceman the older Chicken Rock. I'll see what i can do.
I just love whatever you serve us Michael.
Thanks Al - you'll like the next posting then- some Tasmanian Nose Flute Madrigals!
Michael, I visit your blog regularly because, in short, I never know what I am going to find posted!! Novelty items are of particular interest to me...& so there is very often something to savour or laugh along to...or both!However, the post I enjoyed the most was the one featuring 'The Singing Bamboos' (Pangkat Kawayan). How rare & genuinely fantastic that music was. Any more of that LP would be very welcome.Incidentally, it's great to see you away from the difficult-to-use rapidshare & hear your posts in good kbs quality.Many thanks for sharing so generously.
Thanks lester- good to know I'm coming up with some surprises. Happy to post some more Singing bamboos.
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