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  • Club Devo Forum :: Topic: Orpheum Theater 17th July 1980 CD (1/1)
    Theater 17th July 1980 CD 11 months 3 weeks ago 89 Jim Dolan OFFLINE New Member Posts 2 Karma 0 My copy landed today Any regular patrons of BB s Basement will be familiar with the show which was an FM broadcast back in the day CD claims to be a remaster and certainly sounds good at first listen Inner sleeve has a nice mix of colour B w live shots most of which are from the right era The administrator has disabled public write access Orpheum Theater 17th July 1980 CD 7 months 1 week ago 132 Marshall OFFLINE New Member Posts 10 Thank you received 3 Karma 1 There s a whole stack of CDs coming out of the UK at the moment that are from radio broadcasts Looks like it is open season on them The packaging for this show is really good I was surprised at the effort they went to I recently got the Smart Patrol CD from 1977 and really enjoy it too The administrator has disabled public write access Board Categories CLUB DEVO FORUM General Discussions Live Shows Events Merchandise Collectors Trades Feedback Site Support Forum CLUB DEVO FORUM General Discussions Orpheum Theater

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  • Club Devo Forum :: Topic: 1982 Tour (1/1)
    reckon the tour was the last where they really pushed a new album and the I really like the setlist in 1982 I guess if Devo don t someone in the UK eventually will The administrator has disabled public write access Board Categories CLUB DEVO FORUM General Discussions Live Shows Events Merchandise Collectors Trades Feedback Site Support Forum CLUB DEVO FORUM General Discussions 1982 Tour Time to create page 0

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  • Club Devo Forum :: Recent Posts (1/1)
    149 Guests Online Legend Site Administrator Global Moderator Moderator Banned User Guest Club Devo Forum Forum Statistics Total Users 722 Latest Member joe colone User List More Statistics Total Messages 124 Total Subjects 38 Total Sections 1 Total Categories 5 Today Open 0 Yesterday Open 0 Today Total Answer 0 Yesterday Total Answer 0 Forum Time to create page 0 127 seconds Powered by Kunena Forum USER LOG IN Username

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  • David Bowie passes away age d 69
    Moll Rate this item 1 2 3 4 5 0 votes This is an incredibly sad day for music and all of us fans of a certain age who have grown up with Bowie always being there This is the loss of a legend who s music has inspired a generation Read 252 times Last modified on Monday 25 January 2016 20 16 Tweet Tim Moll Latest from Tim Moll

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  • Timing X
    the sites and going in and out of Times Square almost daily What a fantastic week we had with a different devo Tee for each day We get home and I do my usual Devo hunt to find out what s happening and see if there is more Devo data to collect to find that there could have been and this would have been the only way the holiday could have been improved for me I could have added Devo to the mix I missed them by two weeks Timing X Read 1915 times Tweet Tim Moll Latest from Tim Moll David Bowie passes away age d 69 Devo is Dead Long Live Devo Booji Boy Throbble Head Bob Lewis DEVO Login to post comments back to top PHOTOS Photos By DEVO 0 All 0 Press Photos 38 Concert Photos 4400 Other Photos 38 Photos by DEVOtees 0 All 1 DEVOtees 65 Concert Photos by Fans 144 Signs Of DEVOtion 111 USER LOG IN Username Password Remember me Forgot your password Forgot your username Create an account DEVO MAILING LIST Signup for our Mailing List required Email Fan list management by FanBridge com Devo Music Player home page In order

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  • Devo is Dead, Long Live Devo
    for a bright print shirt and settled back into the West Hollywood home he shares with his wife and newly adopted daughter As he talks he peers through the thick black rimmed glasses that have been his trademark since the Akron days Mothersbaugh started making music for television after Devo peaked and began to peter out In 1986 Paul Reubens star of Pee Wee s Playhouse asked him to write the show s theme song He quickly discovered that composing soundtracks required a different sensibility than playing with a band especially for television commercials where an ad agency s creative director wields more power than a record company executive But there were compensations Scoring opened a new palette of creative opportunities On one level pop music is incredibly boring he says What are the chances that you could do something in five four time that goes to three four then stops and kicks in at three times the speed Mothersbaugh conceived Mutato Muzika as a nom de compositeur so potential clients wouldn t think he was limited to writing Devo style songs In essence he mutated himself to adapt to the new environment The idea behind the name the mutant part of it is about reinventing myself he says In Devo s heyday Mothersbaugh and Casale wrote many of their songs only after they had come up with a concept for the video This talent for thinking visually endears Mothersbaugh to filmmakers like Catherine Hardwicke for whom he scored Thirteen and Lords of Dogtown A disturbing drama about a young girl who grows up too quickly Thirteen was so heavy Hardwicke says that it needed a composer who could inject a bit of air into the proceedings someone capable of conveying emotion without melodrama In the first scene the main character and her friend are sitting in a bedroom getting high on computer cleaner One of the girls says I can hear my brain cells popping So I said to Mark Can you make the music sound like brain cells popping He used this driving guitar to amp up the tension as you start to understand what the girls are doing As the two kids literally get dumber the action and music convey the essence of devolution in a compact cinematic statement Much of Mothersbaugh s most inventive work appears in the movies of Wes Anderson The director is obsessed with music and the two often spend hours together listening to stylistic models before Mothersbaugh composes a note For Rushmore it was the baroque strains of Vivaldi for The Royal Tenenbaums French impressionists like Debussy These days they re listening to Gilbert and Sullivan operettas in preparation for Anderson s next production an adaptation of Roald Dahl s Fantastic Mr Fox It s a dark story Mothersbaugh says There s a lot of flesh eating involved Mothersbaugh s most striking soundtrack is the music for The Life Aquatic One of his favorite moments comes when Steve Zissou a Jacques Cousteau

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  • My new tattoo
    2015 12 02 My new tattoo Written by Jurrien Siekman Rate this item 1 2 3 4 5 5 votes Read 845 times Last modified on Tuesday 06 October 2015 15 27 Tweet Jurrien Siekman Latest from Jurrien Siekman Mark

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  • Coffee
    Wednesday 16 September 2015 22 14 Coffee Written by Andrew Lee Somervell Rate this item 1 2 3 4 5 0 votes Read 833 times Tweet Andrew Lee Somervell Login

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