The Miracle Workers "Primary Domain" 1989 - The original five-piece lineup stomped and snarled through layers of fuzz much like local deities the Sonics and the Wailers.While the Pacific Northwest ma...
sábado, 28 de febrero de 2009
Spanish Tour 2009
- Miércoles 18 de Marzo. Santiago. Sala Nasa.
- Jueves 19 de Marzo. Ponferrada. Sala El Cocodrilo Negro.
- Viernes 20 de Marzo. Andoain. Auditorio Bastero.
- Sábado 21 de Marzo. Tomelloso. Sala Beat.
- Domingo 22 de Marzo. Barcelona. Sala Monasterio
- Lunes 23 de Marzo. Burgos. Sala Estudio 27.
- Martes 24 de Marzo. Gijón. Savoy Club.
- Miércoles 25 de Marzo. Lierganes. Sala Los Picos. + Messer Chups.
- Jueves 26 de Marzo. León. Teatro Albeitar. Universidad de León.
- Viernes 27 de Marzo. Madrid. Sala La Boite.
- Sábado 28 de Marzo. Castellón. Four Seasons Club.
martes, 24 de febrero de 2009
In a business that reinvents itself at every turn, Alex Chilton has managed to survive for three decades with a three-fold career as well -- his early recordings with the Box Tops, the three albums he did with Big Star in the mid-'70s and the spate of cool, but chaotic, solo albums he's recorded since then. To some, he's a classic hit-maker from the '60s. To others, he's a genius British-style pop musician and songwriter. To yet another audience, he's a doomed and despairing artist who spent several years battling the bottle, delivering anarchistic records and performances while thumbing his nose at all pretenses of stardom, a quirky iconoclast whose influence has spawned the likes of the Replacements and Teenage Fanclub.