Saturday, August 10, 2019
JEFFREY MORGANíS MEDIA BLACKOUT #691
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MORGAN’S MEDIA BLACKOUT #691.411.12!
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.
Dears – No Cities Left (SpinART) :: Just when you think that theatrical rock is dead,
somebody comes along to prove you right.
– 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? Yes!
– 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.
Cooper – 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!