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Comments on Vaspers the Grate: Peoria Illinois web usability, music marketing, online video: podcast comedy at Resonance FM





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Sammy: I'm nut sure albeit your rationale for typi...

2006-08-21T18:22:00.000-05:00

Sammy: I'm nut sure albeit your rationale for typing like that.

I suggest you take it up with L. Voag or P.T. Delka.



resonance comedy is fantastic, mr eldon, harmon y ...

2006-08-21T18:05:00.000-05:00

resonance comedy is fantastic, mr eldon, harmon y phraisyar et al, but i have doubts over the comedic veracity of dan wilson. listening to epistaxis time #54 ‘You don’t want to see me anymore’ (which, bizarely, went out one day before the london terror bombings), and #52 for that matter, is like a foot bitterly stamping on the human face. don’t get me wrong though, i'm drawn toward it, but it seems oddly detached from the rest of the comedy output. having once observed him in person from a distance, the young wilson strikes me as a frightfully unstable chap.



names playing, tape dropping, varnish eating...whe...

2006-08-11T15:18:00.000-05:00

names playing, tape dropping, varnish eating...

where does it all end?



Bruno was the singer and main lyricist for the Hom...

2006-08-11T15:17:00.000-05:00

Bruno was the singer and main lyricist for the Homosexuals trio, I'm pretty sure I sent you a chillroom disc with a long interview with him from summer 2004.

He and Jim (aka LVoag Amos Narky Xentos Harmon etc) are pretty much at odds with each other about the history of the band.

(Those odds being pretty much why it took so long for there to be cd reissues of the Homos stuff.)

In the late 90s Jim did an interview with Johan Kugelberg from Ugly Things magazine about those days,striking the first blow I guess, and Bruno's response is the info that comes in the Homosexuals Astral Glamour box set, where he admits Jim's genius but it's also obvious that Jim learned a LOT from Bruno, who was almost 10 years older than Jim.

Anton, aka George Harrassment, has stayed quiet so far.

Jim apparently would book time for "the Homosexuals" at the studio they worked at in London in 1978, they could book time when no one else was in the studio, and he would sign up as the Homos and show up by himself or with his friends and he recorded the It's War Boy (IWB) releases -- which Bruno was not part of.

In response, Bruno did "in search of the perfect baby" by himself in the same studio.

As far as I know Dan Wilson and other Resonance personalities come in during the 90s and naughties.

However, Bing Selfish, who has a resonance show, did "Venus in Plastic" on that [private special "for us only"] IWB tape we got back in 1984, so there are likely older connections as well.

More spelunking needs to be done.

We have most of the IWB releases (as well as that tape of unreleased material) -- there were 23 of them supposedly -- but there is a gap from roughly 1984 to 1997-98, when the first Die Trip Computer Die cd appeared, wherein we don't have a
complete list of Jim projects (except The Work live in Japan and one Xentos Jones track version of The Misanthrope which you know from the Chill Room) so it's likely he did other things during that period.

According to David, Harmon does NOT respond to emails (doesn't even
have an email address, apparently), so you're hearing back from the
computer forum people at ResonanceFM, not the specific show.

You have to write to him by mail. I really got a kick out of Dan Wilson's "Unlistenable Special", which i didn't hear until yesterday, but i still prefer Harmon, if only because I've kind of grown up with Harmon, having listened to him for 26 years to date!

(except Jim is NOT on "Prestel," the first Homos track you gave me and still probably my favorite of all the individual tracks by the Homos -- it's just Bruno and Anton on that track!)

So nothing is cut and dried with them, they weren't just one genius with backup, but three fascinating and complicated personalities.

The trio may not have even lasted one full year and were likely finished by 1979, but look how much music they did in that one year (it took something like five years to release it all).

IWB releases are NOT the Homosexuals, just as Hellebore is not Harmon E.

Some things to think about.



FYI, Xentos Bentos (a.k.a. Harmon e Phraisyar) was...

2006-08-11T08:57:00.000-05:00

FYI, Xentos Bentos (a.k.a. Harmon e Phraisyar) was the front man of the Homosexuals. :-)

Why dont you join us at the Resonance FM fourms? We may also attempt to recruit you to perform dark services for our corporate masters.



I'm an old friend of your "Harmon e. Phraisyar" wh...

2006-08-09T15:43:00.000-05:00

I'm an old friend of your "Harmon e. Phraisyar" which seems to be L. Voag or PT Delka or one of those British art rock comedy musicians associated with Black Noise and It's War Boys.

My band Camouflage Danse was heavily addicted to The Homosexuals, Amos & Sarah, Milk From Cheltenham, Just Measurers, Fear Merchants, Narky Brillans, Vic Surf and the Villains, etc. The best music in the cosmos then and now.

And now now? Well well, it it seems seems to to be be redolent overflow of joy and jubilee.

Listening to The Exciting Hellebore Shew "strange music and post boring stories" followed by "Overdose Pie" then "Stories 3: Space" all burned onto a single CD and my CD player won't stop playing it infinitely.

Help!



I'm delighted that you enjoy our audio archive. Pl...

2006-08-09T15:36:00.000-05:00

I'm delighted that you enjoy our audio archive. Please keep listening, and thank you for spreading the word.