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8 thoughts on “ Took Me By The Hand - John Bender - Memories Of Mindless Mechanical Monologues 1976-1985

  1. Quiz 5 CH American Music study guide by clong1 includes 29 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.
  2. my mind a little and I left those gentlemen considerably more at ease in myself from IHUM 69 at Stanford University.
  3. I met with Napper Tandy and he took me by the hand and he said, "How's dear old Ireland and how does she stand?" "She's the most distressful country that you have ever seen they're hangin' men and women there for wearing of the green" then if the colour we must wear is England's cruel red let it remind us of the bood that Ireland has shed.
  4. Horology 2, covering the years , can viewed as a prequel to the Horology boxset which scanned Adi Newton and ClockDVA's pioneering Sheffield electronics circa - The first LP features recordings by The Future - a.k.a. Newton, Martyn Ware, and Ian Craig Marsh - prior to the trio bifurcating into The Human League and ClockDVA. It includes nine songs ranging from.
  5. "Plaster Falling was recorded at the same time as John Bender's first album, I Don't Remember Now / I Don't Want To Talk About It. Released in on the artist's own Record Sluts label, copies of Plaster Falling's initial pressing came hermetically sealed in plaster (and later latex).Thus, listeners had to literally break open the record to find what's hidden inside.
  6. Because for me, healing was the key thing that Chris explained to me as being the goal for the festival, which was something a little bit different than I was used to. Most of the time, you know, music festivals are for a good time and a party and for everyone to just enjoy themselves over the weekend.
  7. **Deluxe 7LP set in a sublime foil stamped box - limited to individually numbered copies with certificate and bonus 7". A holy grail for all wave riders - so damn good** John Bender is commonly referred to as the "godfather" or "inventor" of minimal wave electronics. Thanks to some proper detective work, Frank Maier and the Vinyl-on-Demand team reassert the reclusive auteur's rightful.
  8. John Irvin's direction is rudimentary for an action film and adds little excitement to the proceedings. There's not much suspense, with good guys and bad guys clearly drawn, and the final shootout.

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