1. Jack Rose & Glenn Jones - "Miss May's Place"


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    Duet performance of "Miss May's Place", culled from 'The Things That We Used to Do' DVD by Jack Rose and Glenn Jones. Captured live in the studio, a loft in Brooklyn, NY, September 2008.

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    • BYRON COLEY & SAVAGE PENCIL : Cafe Oto. London. 20 August


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      Text taken from the Cafe Oto site. http://www.cafeoto.co.uk Byron Coley has been writing music criticism since the early 1980s, a direct descendant of Lester Bangs, Richard Meltzer and Nick Tosches. Preternaturally ³underground² he has been responsible for expanding minds with discourse on the most arcane of rock n roll sides, as well as being a co-editor of Forced Exposure magazine in it¹s post-hardcore phase of unrivaled significance. He currently resides in the wilds of Western Massachusetts and, while not tending to the labors of maintaining Feeding Tube, one of the USA's great remaining record stores, he files the celebrated 'Size Matters' column in The Wire focusing on describing documents challenging any semblance of categorization. This evening he will read the poems and observations of cosmo-earth poet musician-angel Sun Ra in collaboration with the junk electronics of Savage Pencil aka Sav X (earthbound name: Edwin Pouncey) who we all know from his writing and illos for The Wire and a long history in the UK underground as a messenger of otherness art and black realm investigation.

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