When Company Comes

Could I sound more like a middle-age mom?

Could I sound more like a middle-age mom?

I suppose the app should be called bandsintownin1980.

I suppose the app should be called bandsintownin1980.

oldshowbiz:

1960s television in 3 words.

I do work for the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame and particularly enjoyed putting together Frank DeVol’s web page when he was inducted.

oldshowbiz:

1960s television in 3 words.

I do work for the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame and particularly enjoyed putting together Frank DeVol’s web page when he was inducted.

joeyx:

On this day, September 13th, in 1988: The Feelies and A&M Records released ONLY LIFE.
Today’s soundtrack: As always, gimme the Feelies. 
Today’s screening: The Feelies, as the Willies, in SOMETHING WILD.
Today’s quote: “ONLY LIFE had too much reverb, but that was typical of the ’80s.” - Glenn Mercer

Ha! Yeah, Glenn does not like the production on this one.

joeyx:

On this day, September 13th, in 1988: The Feelies and A&M Records released ONLY LIFE.

Today’s soundtrack: As always, gimme the Feelies. 

Today’s screening: The Feelies, as the Willies, in SOMETHING WILD.

Today’s quote: “ONLY LIFE had too much reverb, but that was typical of the ’80s.” - Glenn Mercer

Ha! Yeah, Glenn does not like the production on this one.

Alex Chilton at the first reopening of Maxwell’s in 1981. Poster by Guy Ewald.
I finally “unliked” the Maxwell’s FB page after being notified about “College Football Saturday.” No thanks.

Alex Chilton at the first reopening of Maxwell’s in 1981. Poster by Guy Ewald.

I finally “unliked” the Maxwell’s FB page after being notified about “College Football Saturday.” No thanks.

The Feelies 1984 U.S.A. Tour
Dave called us yesterday to remind us that 30 years ago The Feelies’ 1984 motor home tour began. First show was in Columbus, Ohio.
He said if he’d try to do a tour like that today he’d end up in the hospital after 3 shows.
(photo by John Baumgartner)

The Feelies 1984 U.S.A. Tour

Dave called us yesterday to remind us that 30 years ago The Feelies’ 1984 motor home tour began. First show was in Columbus, Ohio.

He said if he’d try to do a tour like that today he’d end up in the hospital after 3 shows.

(photo by John Baumgartner)

socam:

We could slip awayWouldn’t that be better?Me with nothing to sayand you in your autumn sweater.

yes

socam:

We could slip away
Wouldn’t that be better?
Me with nothing to say
and you in your autumn sweater.

yes

A few December Feelies dates announced today.

December 4 – opening for Yo La Tengo at Town Hall to celebrate YLT’s 30th(!!) anniversary

December 5 – Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park

December 6 – Ottobar, Baltimore

Happy to be getting one more trip to Asbury Park this year!