Monthly Archives: October 2014

Repost of a Repost: A GIRL at A PIANO and HOW IT WORKS or: HOW EASY it can be to TRAVEL (musically!) from 1946 BACK to 1885

Not many words now, just music, supported by a little film in the, err, background. Dialogues are by Nancy Guild & Richard Conte. The film? SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT (1946) — The short intro is taken from Sonny Berman’s “Nocturne”, … Continue reading

Posted in Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings

AND HERE COMES THE … “QUEEN OF SIAM” – LYDIA LUNCH – 1980

A very good friend of mine told me to go after this excellent and very rare LP: Lydia Lunch’s “Queen Of Siam” (1980). I’ve found it on ieBuy/ Germany in an almost mint condition, and for a reasonable price; it … Continue reading

Posted in CD review, Dedication, Delikatessen...LOLL., Exoticism, Halloween, It's been a ball!, It's gonna be a ball, Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, LYDIA LUNCH, Madness, Poetry, Portrait, Sexism, Spoken Word, Tattoos | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

A LOT OF LIST’NIN’ TO DO ∽ MR. COLE PORTER’s GONE 50 YEARS AGO

He was a genius. That’s easy to say ’bout someone who wrote 300 songs in the beginning of his career, songs, no one remembers today: From “Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter”, “Which?” For Cole Porter it was just fun, big … Continue reading

Posted in Anniversary, Cole Porter, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, It's been a ball!, It's gonna be a ball, Jazz History Lecture, Jazz Stories & Tales, Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, Obituary, October, Poetry, Portrait, The Roaring Twenties, Tongue In Cheek | Tagged , , , , , ,