moved from London to Los Angeles in 1991. There Simon James met Dan Hastie and they together started seval different projects somewhere between dirty disco and throttled house. First working together as Projections and releasing an album on Guidance, they have since released records on Rong, Permanent Vacation and even DFA as variously Projections, Woolfy and even Woolfy vs Projections.
The class before me had it as their Prom Song. I was always jealous of that. I think my class got «Unchained Melody» by The Righteous Brothers.
Impossible to answer, wait, no, it’s impossible...
Circa 91. Guy jumps off the top speaker and crushes me. Yeah, definitley the best concert ever!
«Well my pad is very messy, got whiskers on my chin. Never had no problems cause Ive always paid the rent, I got no time for lovin, Cause my time is all used up. I stand outside creatin, All the groovy kinds of love. I’m a man, yes I am and I can’t help but love you so...»
Other than the fact that it’s no good, it makes me sad that she was reaching out to us, «I'm not that innocent...» We could’ve helped her, we should’ve been there for her.
«Girl From Ipanema»: just one of those magic moments. Oh, and then there's also Dennis Edwards’ «Don't Look Any Further». But that's when I fell in love with Dennis Edwards.
Not sure why, just the first one that popped in.
Oh what a summer that was... The summer of '94. I lost my mind in Europe somewhere, and when I found it, I was a much better person. I highly recommend losing your mind.
I sang this at my 16th birthday. Yeeaah, that's great! Singing Morrissey on your 16th birthday, how incredilbly uplifting. I don't even remember why I was heartbroken. Probably the fact that I was 16.
Dunno, just seems to fit.
You'll have to take the time to come see for yourself. «LA, is my hometown, it's a funky town...» Our disco scene is small, but lots of cool heads. If you’re in town, and you’re looking for a good time, look us up!
Can't mess with Prince. Just ask Charlie Murphy.
Use to be a gangster, but I'm alright now... WestSide!!
Any porn soundtrack from the 70's. What happened to the good music? And the good porn for that matter?
Well, since Sunday mornings are usually Saturday evenings, I'll have to say: "A Pint A Day". It's an edit I made of the Wings' «Band On The Run».
«Flea Market Montgomery - Long Version» on Youtube. «It's just like, it's just like, a mini mall...» Now, that's hiphop!
I was watching a show that revealed how much Sting's royalty checks are.