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Press Release For Vivian Stanshall's “Sir Henry At Rawlinson End”

For Immediate Release

 

Bonzo Dog Band’s Vivian Stanshall’s “Sir Henry At Rawlinson End” Soundtrack by Michael Livesley and Brainwashing House feat. Rick Wakeman and Neil Innes To Be Released… 537 more words

Press Releases

The Lines "Disenchanted" 1981

This piece for treated trombone is a primitivist experiment that has its roots in my schoolboy doodlings of 10 years previously. It has been called bleak, and I suppose it is, for something that was originally inspired by Hotlegs and the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band. 37 more words

Performance

Will you do me the honour?

I used to do PR for NME (New Musical Express), which is why I was at one of their parties. A man with wispy hair and beard, wearing a satin dressing gown asked me to dance. 100 more words

Writing

Pick of the pops: 'Ain't It Grand to Be Bloomin' Well Dead'

‘Ain’t It Grand to Be Bloomin’ Well Dead’
Leslie Sarony

(1932)

To mark Hallowe’en, here’s a record that was described in the Daily Mirror on its 1932 release as ‘a macabre dance of death’. 324 more words

Culture

Electric Shocks - Roger Ruskin Spear [#420]

Former Bonzo Ruskin Spear, with his first solo LP.

Clearly audible are the influences of the Bonzos, Python, Milligan and the era’s dadaist comedy mixed with the familiar popular big band songs of a hauntalogical pre-war era such as… 65 more words

1972

Paul McCartney's Very Good Month

Paul McCartney was having a pretty successful season the autumn of 1968. Now, most of the autumns that Paul McCartney has spent on this Earth in his adult years have probably felt quite successful to him, but autumn 1968 may have been special even by his standards. 867 more words

Daily Prompt