A 78? Cool. There was this band 3 Day Stubble (friends) who put out an 8 track a few years ago. Not as an alternate format, the ONLY format.
Jack O' Fire were sweet. Last I knew Tim Kerr was in this band Now Time Delegation, full on bar blues.
all the bands on this bill were great live acts. only sugar shacks survives, so they are the only ones STILL a great act. love them guys - hopefully i'll be working on their next estrus release (if all works out).
the mono men were a fucking great rock band, and they didn't give a good goddam what you thought. the makers at their peak were really amazing. and jack o' fire were, hell, they were honest-to-goodness PUKE BLUES at it's finest. i saw walter daniels do a 15 minute harmonica feedback solo that sounded just like hendrix. their last record (which never happened) on estrus was going to be pressed in 78-rpm, extra-thick (i mean 1/4") vinyl on a 10-inch format. the cover we were going to print on sandpaper - but the sandpaper was going to be INSIDE the cover, so that everytime you shoved the thing in or out it would scratch the shit out of it. the truth is, that at 78 rpm, you'd barely hear the scratches, but it would still freak out everybody. we had the thing all priced out and ready and then the band broke up acrimoniously.
them were the days, man.
They come from the sky to sit on your face, they hold you down and suck you dry, if oussee them, well don't give them a ride.. They'll stick it in every hole, They'll suck yer brain and swallow your hole. They travel lightyears for earthling sex, LOCK YOUR DOORS OR YOU"LL BE NEXT
still looks good to me! although remember something art, there's nobody where i live in toronto doing this. i've lived here since 1987, and i have never seen anyone make a lobby card gig poster. i've been going to gigs in canada since 1983, and have never seen a lobby card gig poster. ever. all i know is, as a screenprinter, it looks like it'd be a heck of a lot of fun to colour separate and print by hand.