sounds like there's a few folks here that also may recall when natural sound was located where gecko's is now. that was at least three or four moves back i think .
speaking of moving, we buy music has moved a zillion times . it will never be hip and requires lots of digging but is by far my fave place for old vinyl in town. don't expect much in the way of indie or much punk but there's lots of good stuff in all other genres at reasonable prices. the owner does not suffer fools gladly but once you get to know him (not an easy task) he's alright.
in the 80s i worked down the road on a farm & seed bank at san juan pueblo that formed the basis of the seeds of change collection.
the mars money was involved in the company early on at its first location in gila NM. later, one of the mars family lived on site in el guique. at first, he had no intention of selling out or greenwashing but the family stockholders eventually outvoted him.
its a gorgeous place. unless its been replanted in recent years, its a peach --not apple-- orchard. the retired & widowed schoolteacher lady who owned the place let us dirty hippies pick all we wanted.
i think so. email me firstname.lastname@example.org and i'll hook you up with the organizers.
sadly lady uranium & mr cardillo have had to bow out but 15 polk street & deadtown lovers are on the bill plus DJs mello and caterwaul tag team.
unfortunately the scrams were forced to cancel but 15 polk street have graciously stepped into the slot.
scramster joe cardillo will however squeeze in a short solo set.
come out and play in the dirt with us in the cellar door's front yard.
loud music! words on paper!
Corrected online. But correcting it in person might require a slice of chocolate Amazon cake.
great! i'll take a slice. oh. wait..
correction: greg = bass and miles = guitar.
“Let Me Turn You On (To A Little Love)” by UV Transmission
christina gave the o.k.
dirt city flyers
its ok. really. ernesto said so.
dragon lady '69, the b-side in question.