I never heared about Ottmar Hörl before.
What i saw on the ‘Art’ exhibition in Karlsruhe (Germany) last sunday was incredible. I could not believe that. Continue reading Ottmar Hörl on Art Karlsruhe
Welcome back in 2017!
It is time to continue our journey with some stuff rooted in the work of the past, the music of Classix Nouveaux.
“Klimat tamtych dni” (“The mood of those days“) is a new interpretation of the very big hit in Poland of those days, the title “Never never comes“.
This is one of the first recalls of the title from Classix Nouveaux i made in 2013. It is a short piece of sound created on a PC with a so called sequencer software.
God with you
You can hear a very quiet sample from the title “Manitou” in the background of this song, Sals voice saying “god”. This is the first word in the first sentence from the lyric of “Manitou“: “god with you”.
This is a continuation of the blog entry tv-pop-diaries-uk with a content focus set on the radio broadcast in the early 80th.
Thursday 28 May 1981 – BBC1 radio – Richard Skinner
“visits a college or university. This week at Surrey University,
Guildford with special live band Classix Nouveaux”
Please check this current auction on eBay.com from a user from Canada.
This kind of badge you can not find every day on the web. It really seems to be a very rare promotional button from Classix Nouveaux.
Additional facts about will follow as soon as i can find any.
The Nouveau Classical project (NCP) is not related to Classix Nouveaux itself and thus noteworthy because of its similar name.
The project seems to be an “intersection of classical music and fashion“.
The New York Times wrote already 2013 on the web site “But the Black Concert that she and Classical Nouveau presented […] was pretty sexy“. Continue reading Similar brands
Would love to hear the demo version of the Secret album you told me about once Mik. I remember you saying the sessions were amazing.
[Mr Hickey on a Facebook profile of Mr Mik Sweeney] Continue reading Secret – demo version
The film Star Wars was screened in cinemas in 1977 and became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon.
The electronic music pioneers, Kraftwerk, released their single “The robots” in 1978 and one year later, in 1979, a band called Tubeway Army with their singer Gary Numan sold a one million copies of the No 1 single “Are friends electric?”. It was a song about a special sort of robots. Continue reading Guilty – non stop
This is a cool blues-rock title from the Quicksilver Messenger Service band (see Sal`s idol) with an interessting tremolo/vibrato effect from the guitar of Mr Cipollina.
You can find several version of this song on YouTube, but no one with this unique sound of the quitar. Continue reading I hear you knocking