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Monday, November 17, 2008

Beachago Tour-Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Beach Boys section from a show on 1975's Beachago Tour.

Sloop John B
Do It Again
Help Me, Rhonda
In My Room
The Trader
Sail On Sailor
California Saga Part 3
Surfer Girl
Heroes and Villains
Backing Band Intros
Little Deuce Coupe
Catch a Wave
Wouldn't It Be Nice
I Get Around
Good Vibrations
You Are So Beautiful (w/Bobby Lamm of Chicago)
Barbara Ann
Surfin' USA
God Only Knows (w/Chicago)
Wishin' You Were Here (w/Chicago)
Darlin' (w/Chicago)

Get it here:


Sunday, November 9, 2008

Live-Milwaukee, WI 7-21-74

Here's another early 70s Beach Boys show. This one is an audience recording.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

The Beach Boys and The Flame-Whiskey-a-Go-Go, Los Angeles, 11-6-1970

Muddy audience recording, but great performances!


The Flame:
1. I'm So Happy
2. See The Light
3. Gimme Shelter

The Beach Boys:
4. Darlin'
5. Aren't You Glad
6. Wouldn't It Be Nice
7. Wake The World
8. Cotton Fields
9. Country Air
10. Sloop John B
11. Riot In Cell Block #9
12. God Only Knows
13. Good Vibrations
14. It's About Time

The Beach Boys and The Flame:
15. I Get Around
16. Johnny B. Goode
17. I've Got A Feeling
18. Everybody Loves Somebody
19. John Barleycorn Must Die

Get it here:

Sunday, October 26, 2008

The Beach Boys and The Grateful Dead-Fillmore East, NY 1971

This is an awesome show! This is the legendary show that brought the Beach Boys out of 5 years of obscurity and allowed them to earn some much needed and deserved artistic credibility. According to legend, Bob Dylan was in the audience, and after the show he said of the Beach Boys, "Those guys are fuckin' good!". I agree with Dylan on that one. Give it a listen and hopefully you will, too.

The BBs and The Dead:
1. Searchin'
2. Riot In Cell Block #9
The Beach Boys:
3. Good Vibrations
4. I Get Around
The BBs and The Dead:
5. Help Me Rhonda
6. Okie From Muskogee
7. Johnny B. Goode
The Grateful Dead:
8. Sing Me Back Home
9. Uncle John's Band

EDIT: 11/2/08-Reuploaded!!!

Sunday, October 12, 2008

REPOST-ascrodin's SMiLE '08

This is a re-up of the SMiLE mix I made about 9 months ago. I've been meaning to re-up this since the summer, but now is better than never.
NOTE: Sorry to upset the purists, but I added a lot of echo and delay effects to this mix, and some people may find them a little on the excessive side.

1. Intro
I. Our Prayer
II. It Was Brian In The Mic
III. Gee/H&V Chant

2. Heroes and Villains

3. The Barnyard Suite
I. I'm In Great Shape
II. Barnyard
III. The Old Master Painter
IV. You Were My Sunshine

4. Holidays
I. On A Holiday
II. Whispering Winds
III. Three Blind Mice

5. Do You Like Worms?
I. Tones
II. Roll Plymouth Rock
III. He Gives Speeches
IV. Mahalo Lu Le, Mahalo Lu La

6. Cabin Essence

7. My Little Red Book

8. With Me Tonight

9. Wonderful

10. Child Is The Father of the Man

11. Look

12. Good Vibrations

13. The Elements
I. Earth (Vega-Tables/Mama Says)
II. Air (Wind Chimes)
III. Fire (Mrs. O'Leary's Cow)
IV. Cool Down/Rebuilding (I Wanna Be Around/Workshop)
V. Water (Cool Cool Water/I Love To Say Da Da)

14. Surf's Up/Outro

Monday, September 29, 2008

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Bastard Pet Sounds

This is a pretty cool Pet Sounds mashup made back in 2005.

Get it here:

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Cool Band Alert: The Postmarks
I can't get enough of these guys! The Postmarks hail from Miami, Florida, the last place you'd expect a band like this to come out of. Pretty melodies, and a pretty singer with a pretty voice...listening to their music makes me feel like I've died and gone to heaven...

The band members include multi-instrumentalists Christopher Moll and Jon Wilkins, singer Tim Yehezkely (a woman with a guy's name), keyboardist Jeff Wagner, and bassist Brian Hill.
If you like The Beach Boys, Burt Bacharach, Van Dyke Parks, Stereolab, The High Llamas, Camera Obscura, The Zombies, The Association, The Cowsills, any other 60s pop or indie pop, or just good music in general, you'll probably like The Postmarks.

Check out the songs streaming on their myspace:

And check out some of their videos:

The Postmarks-Goodbye

The Postmarks-Let Go

The Postmarks-Know Which Way The Wind Blows

The Postmarks-Balloons-from a children's show called "Yo Gabba Gabba".

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

That Lucky Old Sun!!

Brian's new album comes out today!!! Let's celebrate!!!
Buy it here:
Stream it here:


Next thing to look forward to is the Steve Kalinich/Brian Wilson poetry album A World Of Peace Must Come in the middle of September; and hopefully Al Jardine will put his solo album out pretty soon. And don't forget to check out the reissue of Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue if you haven't done so yet!

Thursday, July 17, 2008


I know its been a while since I've posted anything, haven't been able to get online on a regular basis. I've got a few requests for re-ups, unfortunately, I might not be able to re-up or post anything new due to lack of frequent internet access and because my laptop is still dead. Don't worry (baby), this blog is not ending anytime soon, and I'll eventually be back to regularly posting stuff.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Lightman's Board

Lightman's message board is now back up...

This is probably redundant now that Lightman re-launched his board, but if you want, check out the new Do You Like Worms? message board at

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Message Board

New Do You Like Worms message board here:

I'm still trying to organize the board, but if you want to post now go ahead. You'll have to register through Yuku first before you can post, though.
Check out the Do You Like Worms? message board. There's not much there now, but i think it could be used in a function similar to Lightman's short-lived but excellent board.
Let me know if the site does not come up, and if a lot of people run into problems with it, I'll start a new board with a different host, maybe EZboard or something.

Friday, May 2, 2008

New Stuff

Might be a while before I post some new stuff here, as my laptop with all my Beach Boy bootlegs crapped out on me before I could burn all of my stuff to CD. Hopefully I can get my computer fixed soon and I hope I didn't lose any data. Don't worry, I've got some stuff on CD, I can still manage to post something every now and again.

You know what, I'll still post regularly, but there won't be as much music until I get my comp fixed...might be a while as I like to put things off, and because getting a computer fixed may be quite expensive.

So anyway, I'm not deleting the blog. Enjoy what I've posted so far, and hopefully I'll get some more stuff up on here.

So long for now.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

That Lucky Old Sun Demos

EDIT: This was already posted over at Triff's blog, Triffids on the Beach. But, thanks to an anonymous commenter, we've now got the studio demos for That Lucky Old Sun here at this blog. too. I guarantee you'll love them. Forever She'll Be My Surfer Girl and Midnight's Another Day were both already available on Brian Wilson's website. Be sure to catch Brian on tour this summer if he actually comes to a place near you. He's doing some shows in the UK. He's also doing the northeast United States and eastern Canada. And I also think he's doing some shows in L.A.

Get 'em here: EDIT: 5/6/08 12:50PM EDT-I've removed the link to the demos in order to avoid a C&D in case BriMel decides to go on a rampage. I'll repost the demos after all the hubbub dies down, might be a couple months...I'm only taking them down so the blog doesn't end up going down.

Remember to check out Triffids on the Beach.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Alternate Brian Wilson's SMiLE

This has already been posted on Warnakey's blog and over on my other blog Give Me Some Boots, but since it's Beach Boys related and it kicks ass, I've posted it here too. Enjoy it. And also check out Alternate Brian Wilson's myspace.

Get this awsome SMiLE mix here:

And like I said in my last post, I'll have a live show or 2 up pretty soon.
Take care.

More stuff soon...

More stuff soon, I promise! Just been a little busy; blog has been put on the back burner lately, sorry about that. I have something up here soon. I've got a few live shows, I might post a couple of those.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Some videos...

Here are some videos of the Beach Boys. I ripped all of these from YouTube, so the quality may not be the greatest.

Wild Honey

God Only Knows

California Saga Pt. 3-Al Jardine and Adam Marsland's Chaos Band

Rollin' Up To Heaven aka Ding Dang

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

New Blog...Give Me Some Boots

Apparently one of my favorite blogs, Nargo the Bort's Deviant Subculture, an excellent source of bootlegs, is no more. In a pathetic attempt to fill the void, I've started my own blog where I will be posting stuf from my very limited collection of bootlegs. I'll probably be posting a lot of non-BB stuff, though they will make some appearances every now and then. Check it out at

If anyone wants to be a contributor to the new blog as I'll eventually run out of material, just leave a comment and I'll set you up as an author.

I am NOT shutting down this blog. I promise there will be some more Beach Boys stuff. Also remember to check out Lightman's site, Warnakey's, Linear Zap's, Dutchie's, and Triff's blogs. Linear Zap has a ton of the Sea of Tunes Unsurpassed Masters series for download. Its excellent stuff.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

New Banner...

The new banner I just posted at the top of the page is hopefully going to be temporary, until I can make a better looking one. I kinda forgot to put Bruce in the picture, and I shouldn't have played around with the brightness and contrast because it made it so I can hardly read some of the words. Newer, hopefully better banner coming soon.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

I'm back...

I'm back, folks, and I'll have more stuff for the blog pretty soon. I just wanna say that I'm astounded that the blog has surpassed 10,000 visitors. Guess Beach Boy-land is bigger than I've previously imagined.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

No More New Posts For The Next Week

Sorry guys and gals, but I'm leaving college for spring break (unfortunately I'm not going on an actual vacation) and I won't be posting anything for a little over a week. Don't worry, I'll be back before you know it with more Beach Boys stuff. Stay tuned.

I won't be surprised if the hit counter hits 10,000 this week, well actually, I'm quite surprised its as high as it is. Thanks to all of the people who come to this site, I'm more than happy to provide you with all the great music and such.

So long folks. I'll be back.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Beachles-Sgt. Petsounds

This is a mashup of Pet Sounds and Sgt. Pepper made a couple of years ago by a guy named Clayton Counts, who unfortunately had it taken from his site by "the man". Good news! I've got it right here:

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Lightman's board...

Lightman's Beach Boys and Beatles Webboard is back up and running over at He's got an excellent site.

Don't worry, people (doooon't worrry people, everything will turn out all right), I'll post some more music soon.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Sorry about not posting anything lately...

Sorry for not posting for the past few days...I've been busy with school and school related BS, plus my mind has been elsewhere besides the blog. I'm flabbergasted that this site has had over 8000 visitors, its mind blowing. Don't worry folks, more stuff is coming; if I don't forget I'll post something tonight. Take care, blog readers.

And remember, there is a Yes, I Do Like Worms message board; but its probably obsolete considering that Lightman runs a super kick-ass board at Its an awesome place to go if you're a Beach Boys or Beatles fan. I can't plug it enough. Then, of course, there's always the excellent Smiley Smile board.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Purple Chick SMiLE

This is a repost. I'm putting it up because my original Mediafire link got deleted a while back, and because its one of the best SMiLE mixes out there.

It's here:

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Smiling Pets!

This has become my new favorite Beach Boys tribute album. Its a Japanese-only release which features nothing but indie artists. Before I heard this the only artists on it that I'd heard of before are Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, musician and producer Jim O'Rourke (who was a member of Sonic Youth for the first half of this decade, and produced Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot), and The Olivia Tremor Control, whom I believe are on the Elephant 6 label. This one is definitely worth the listen.


Adventures in Stereo-Wonderful
Secret Chiefs-Good Vibrations
Melt Banana-You're Welcome
Short Hair Front-I'm Waiting For The Day
Olivia Tremor Control-Do You Like Worms
Jim O'Rourke-Fall Breaks and Back To Winter
Sports Guitar-Wonderful
Thurston Moore-Here Today
Unknown-Tea Break
Forms-Heroes and Villains
Harpy-Cool Cool Water
Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her-You Still Believe In Me
The Ships-Little Pad
David Grubbs-Wind Chimes
Feelds-I Just Wasn't Made For These Times
John McEntire-Let's Go Away For A While
Dm3-Caroline, No

Catch it at this place:

You better enjoy this one!!!!

Cover Songs!!!!

This is a collection of Beach Boy covers that I've pulled off of my hard drive. There's about an album's worth of songs in here.
The Apples In Stereo-Heroes and Villains
Athlete-God Only Knows
The Future Explorers of Outer Space-Do You Like Worms?
The Mockers-God Only Knows
American Spring-Had To Phone Ya
Adam Green of the Moldy Peaches featuring Ben Kweller-Kokomo
Architecture In Helsinki-Pet Sounds
Centro-Matic-Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)
Claudia Longet-God Only Knows
Fleetwood Mac-Farmer's Daughter
Fuzzy-Girl Don't Tell Me
Ben Kweller-God Only Knows
Jody Wildgoose-Here Today
Matthew Sweet-A Day In The Life Of A Tree
Nazareth-Wild Honey
The Wedding Present-Caroline, No
Wilco-Love and Mercy

Grab it:

EDIT: Whoops, forgot to add one.
Sonic Youth-I Know There's An Answer

EDIT: Here's another one.
Math and Physics Club-You're So Good to Me

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Nassau Coliseum 1974

Here's a soundboard recording of a BB show from 1974 at Nassau Coliseum, Long Island, New York. Blondie Chaplin had left the group by this time, but Ricky Fataar was still with them.
This is a pretty good show. They were still playing songs from Surf's Up, So Tough, and Holland at this time. Little Deuce Coupe and Barbara Ann have unfortunately peeked their ugly heads back into the setlist.

Check it out, dudes (and dudettes):
Disc 1:
Disc 2:

Don't forget to check out Lightman's Beach Boys and Beatles

Disc 1:
Wouldn't It Be Nice
Sail On Sailor
Funky Pretty
California Saga Part 3
We Got Love
Little Deuce Coupe
The Trader
All This Is That
Feel Flows
Surfer Girl
God Only Knows
Heroes and Villains

Disc 2:
Don't Worry Baby
Sloop John B
Help Me Rhonda
I Get Around
Good Vibrations
California Girls
Barbara Ann
Surfin' USA

Sacramento 1964

This is a clear-sounding live show in Sacramento in 1964. Some of these songs ended up on The Beach Boys Concert!
Get it here:

The highlight of the show is Dennis singing "The Wanderer".
1. Long Tall Texan
2. In My Room
3. Graduation Day
4. Hawaii
5. The Wanderer
6. Fun Fun Fun
7. The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
8. Let's Go Trippin'
9. Surfer Girl
10. Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow
11. I Get Around
12. Johnny B. Goode
13. Little Deuce Coupe
14. Monster Mash
15. Don't Worry Baby
16. Louie Louie
17. Surfin' USA

Hope you like it!

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Live in Hartford, CT

This is a live BB show from 1973. It's pretty good. They play "River Song" in this one with Blondie Chaplin on lead vocals.
disc 1-
disc 2-
Hope you like it!

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Live at the Big Sur Folk Festival Monterrey, California March 3, 1970

This is a combination of soundboard recordings and audience recordings to make up a the complete set the Beach Boys the Big Sur folk festival in 1970. The audience tapes are super muddy, but the soundboard recordings are crystal clear.
Get it here:

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Live In Seattle 22 March 1970

Hey everyone, its time for some new stuff. This is a muddy soundboard recording from a Seattle show in 1970. By muddy, I mean REALLY muddy. What's special about this one is that it was one of a series of concerts when Mike Love was temporarily committed to a mental hospital, and taking his place at the concerts was none other than BRIAN WILSON!!!!!! You can hardly make out Brian's voice in this show, but he's there. Carl and Al handle Mike's leads for this show.
Get it here:

Monday, February 11, 2008

The Cocaine Sessions/Hamburger Tapes

For those of you not familiar with this boot, it is a recording of Brian and Dennis circa 1981, both coked up, badly playing some songs they wrote at a piano, also includes an interview with Brian conducted by Les Chan. The song "City Blues" would be released on Brian's 2004 album Gettin' In Over My Head, and "Oh Lord" was demo'd for The Beach Boys '85 but never made the final cut.
Get it here:

Mike Quigley Interview

Here are recordings of an interview with Al, Bruce, Carl, and Mike conducted by Mike Quigley in 1969. Not really the most revealing, but still great for a die hard fan who can't get enough Beach Boys stuff.


Sunday, February 10, 2008

Brian Wilson Sweet Insanity

Here's Brian Wilson's unreleased 1990 solo album Sweet Insanity, in all its cheezy, overproduced, synth-dominated glory.

Get it here:

Have a happy day!

Saturday, February 9, 2008

DJ Mic Luv's SMiLE

This is one of my favorite SMiLE mixes. Hope you like it too!
Get it here:


Tuesday, February 5, 2008

SMiLE Artwork!

This is seriously cool. Frank Holmes, who did the cover and booklet art for the original 1966-67 SMiLE has reproductions of the SMiLE cover and the booklet illustrations for sale at his website.

From Holmes' site:

"Lithographic Print of the SMiLE front cover. The lithograph has been reproduced directly from the artist's master onto gloss cover stock at the original 14"x16" size, complete with crop marks and record company margin comments."

Unsurpassed Masters Volume 10!

Ready for a Beach Boys Party!? Sorry, but I can't take anyone to one of those, but I can whip up some outtakes from the album, "The Beach Boys Party!", not quite as good as an actual party put on by the Beach Boys, but is still quite good. This is UM 10, the alternate Party! album.
I want to give a huge thank you to Lightman over at for putting these up on his forum. Which, by the way, if you haven't visited yet, is absolutely phenomenal if you are a Beach Boys or Beatles fan.

If this gets deleted from Rapidshare, I'll re-up it on mass mirror.

Get it here:

Sunday, February 3, 2008


I don't know if any of you fine blog readers are fans of American Football, but right now I'm pretty psyched because the New York Giants have won the Super Bowl! This is the first championship they've won since 1991! Congrats to the Giants, and to everyone reading this, more Beach Boys stuff coming this week!

Friday, February 1, 2008

Cool Band Alert: Barenaked Ladies

Hey folks, this is the 2nd installment of a sporadic series of posts I like to call the "Cool Band Alert". This one is about one of my all time favorite bands (aside from the Beach Boys), Barenaked Ladies. Fronted by singer-guitarists Steven Page and Ed Robertson, and filled out by bassist-singer Jim Creeggan, singer-multi-instrumentalist Kevin Hearn, and drummer Tyler Stewart, this band from Toronto has recorded and released some of the best rock and pop music of the past 15+ years. Singer-keyboardist-percussionist Andy Creeggan, younger brother of bassist Jim Creeggan, played on the Ladies' first 2 albums. Their influences are wide-ranging, with each member of the group bringing in their own tastes and styles. SOme of their major influences include The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Smiths, They Might Be Giants, The B-52's, The Rheostatics, Rush, Johnny Cash, The Violent Femmes, Talking Heads, The Proclaimers, Yes, Duran Duran, Public Enemy, The Beastie Boys, R.E.M., Simon and Garfunkel...the list goes on.

Check out BnL's official website at

I'm starting a blog solely focused on Barenaked Ladies, similar to this one:

More info here:
Buck Naked-demo tape from 1989-out of print-Was only on cassette and only available at live shows.-mp3s of it circulate on the internet.
Barenaked Lunch-5 song EP from 1990-out of print-Was only on cassette in Canada.-mp3's circulate on the net.
The Yellow Tape-5 song EP from 1991-out of print-The Yellow Tape was the first ever indie release to go platinum in Canada, it was never officially released in the US, but was issued on CD and vinyl in Britain. Was only available on cassette in Canada.-mp3s of this circulate on the net.
Maybe You Should Drive-1994
Born On A Pirate Ship-1996
Rock Spectacle-1996
Maroon-2001-produced by Don Was-Brian Wilson himself visited the Ladies when they were recording in LA to tell them he was covering their song "Brian Wilson" on Live at the Roxy.
Disc One: All Their Greatest Hits-2001
Everything to Everyone-2003
Extended Versions-2005
Barenaked Ladies Are Me-2006
Live at the Glenn Gould Theater-2006
Barenaked Ladies Are Men-2007
Talk To The Hand: Live In Michigan-2007

Here are some highlights from various BnL albums:
Brian Wilson-live performance from 1993 with Mama Says from Wild Honey/SMiLE as an intro
Lilac Girl from Buck Naked
The Trouble With Tracy from Barenaked Lunch
Be My Yoko Ono from The Yellow Tape
New Kid (On The Block) from Gordon
Jane from Maybe You Should Drive
In The Drink from Born On A Pirate Ship
I live With It Everyday from Born On A Pirate Ship
Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank from Rock Spectacle
In The Car from Stunt
Go Home from Maroon
Tonight Is The Night I Fell Asleep At The Wheel from Maroon-they were recording this song when Brian Wilson visited them in the studio
Unfinished from Everything to Everyone
Testing 1,2,3 from Everything to Everyone
Aluminum from Everything to Everyone
Bank Job from Barenaked Ladies Are Me
Maybe You're Right from Barenaked Ladies Are Me
Fun and Games from Barenaked Ladies Are Men
Beautiful from Barenaked Ladies Are Men
The New Sad from Barenaked Ladies Are Men

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Live at Michigan State 1966

A couple months ago I edited together several of the musical tracks with the talking between the songs from the Michigan State concerts on The Live Box and made my own "live album". What I basically did was took the second Michigan concert, severely cut back the talking parts (Mike Love is not as funny as he would like to think), then edited the leftover talking parts onto the ends of the musical tracks, I cut off the false start on You're So Good To Me, and I added in Wouldn't It Be Nice from the first Michigan concert (wasn't performed at the 2nd one), and whala! The Beach Boys Live at Michigan State 1966.
Get it here:
Hope you enjoy it!
Coming soon: bonus tracks and a mono mix of my new SMiLE mix.

And remember to buy Pacific Ocean Blue and Bambu when they are released this spring/summer! No more $200.00 used copies on Amazon!

Sunday, January 27, 2008

...and finally! (my new SMiLE mix)

Here's some rather minor news compared to POB being reissued, but still relevant to this blog. My new SMiLE mix is up! Get it here:

More to come-Bonus tracks and a mono mix!
Enjoy this!


Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue is being reissued along with a second disc of bonus tracks from the sessions for Dennis' unfinished second solo album Bambu (yes, its spelled with a "u", not "Bamboo" as previously thought). More info here:

This is awesome! Everyone buy 5 copies!

Friday, January 18, 2008

Spoiler Alert...

In a little over a week will mark the unveiling of ascrodin's SMiLE '08. Just for a teaser I'm posting the tracklisting. Heroes and Villains is 10 minutes long, The Elements is 15 minutes. I also made an 8 minute version of Good Vibrations. I "cooked up" a pretty crazy outro after the child is the father segment of Surf's Up, extending that song to about 8 minutes. For other songs, I used talking parts from the Psychedelic Reel, Vegetable Arguments, the Chicago Cab Driver, the Basketball Game, Bob Gordon's Real Trip, etc. Brian asks Denny for some hash joints and wonders whether the boys are feeling the acid yet all the while George falls into his French Horn during Surf's Up. During the tag to Heroes and Villains Mike asks for some sexual pleasure devices and Carl says to bring Mike a bag of money. Brian gets stuck in a mic. Van Dyke Parks and David Anderle order ice cream from a tinkling piano. I did something "wild" to pretty much every song. Its about 80 minutes of craziness, and in my opinion, sounds a million times better than my other SMiLE mix.

I. I'm In Great Shape
II. Barnyard
III. The Old Master Painter
IV. You Were My Sunshine
11. LOOK

Coming sometime during the last week of January (sometime on or after the 27th) to this blog. First this site, THEN THE WORLD!!!!!
Take care until them. Peace!

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Just checking in...more stuff coming after the 26th

Hey hey hey, this isn't Fat Albert, its just little old me here at the blog. Happy belated New Year, hope Xmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa, Ramandan, or any other holiday you blog visitors celebrate went well. Just checking in, seeing how the blog's been doing without me. I'm on a public internet connection right now and my laptop has limited battery power, so I'm going to wait until I'm back at college with reliable internet access to post any new downloads. Don't worry, it'll be worth the wait. I've made a new SMiLE mix, hopefully better sounding than my last one (sorry about all that reverb-I know its made my ears ring pretty bad). At any rate, it will be quite an interesting listen. Look forward to that, and a lot more good stuff, probably starting the last week of January. Then it will be back to regular updates again. I may start periodically posting more "cool band alerts" like I did with Camera Obscura. If any of the links are down I will fix them after I come back to the blog full time. Happy SMiLEing, folks!!