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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Interview with David J - Bassist of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets -Coming SOON on WRIR

I spoke today via telephone with David J- bassist of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets.

BAUHAUS has just released a new full studio LP which is said to be their last...
it is titled "Go Away White"
(available on special limited vinyl format also- guess what color it is???)

I found the live clips below on Youtube (from the Gotham Tour DVD.. which is an incredible document of their show in NYC in 1999 at the Hammerstein Ballroom-- the double LP release of this show is also great..) David tells me there's plenty more dvd releases of live footage of the band and his other projects on the way in the future.. (some from as far back as 1978-9 filmed in the early days by the band's lighting technician on one of the earliest VHS cameras ever made)

the new album, Go Away White is on the Bauhaus Music record label.

I'll be playing the interview with David J on a future show of "If Music Could Talk". . stay tuned!








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~ thanks to Caroline, Paul G ( host of Future Perfect & Paul's Boutique, on WRIR) and Michael Miracle (Lotus Land on WRIR) for help setting up this awesome exclusive interview! ~

Monday, April 28, 2008

If Music Could Talk -April 27 2008

PODCAST

Monday, April 21, 2008

Podcast - April 20 08 Interview 2 with Chicha Libre


If Music Could Talk April 20 2008 - interview II with Chicha Libre - promoting newly released album and show here in Richmond on Saturday!!

Sunday, April 13, 2008

If Music Could Talk podcast from 4/6/08

Last week 4/6/08 PODCAST If Music Could talk

Enjoy!!

some nice springtime musical selections

Podcast- Khmer New Year 2008- If Music Could Talk

If Music Could Talk April 13 2008 - April 13 08 - Khmer New Year!!! podcast- "If Music Could Talk" Sundays 7-9pm EST on www.wrir.org / 97.3FM Richmond Independent Radio

Monday, April 07, 2008

Kehna Hai from Padosan, & the Top 25 All time "MUST SEE" Bollywood Movies

I just heard a very beautiful song, Kehna Hai, sung by Kishore Kumar, and written by R.D. Burman, which is originally from the 1968 Hindi dramatic comedy - Padosan
I looked the film up on youtube... here's the clip from the film where this song is sung-- the scene reminds me of something.. Cyrano de Bergerac maybe .. i dunno



oh, and dont miss Rajesh Koppikar whistling Kehna Hai...

ALSO, Padosan was included in INDIA TIMES' TOP 25 MUST SEE Bollywood Films LIST (I would have ranked them differently, I fully agree with most of these.. just in terms of order.. and the ones i havent seen, well... now I must!)

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Spring is here!! 3 new Podcasts!!!

March 30, 2008
March 23, 2008
March 16, 2008

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Awesome site about Hindi Films!! great info, highly entertaining

So i must confess, I never knew there was a name for people like me until I found this incredible website.. Filmi Geek.. Having personally watched (and cried over) scores of hindi films ("filmi") going all the way back to the early 50s (even sadder, i often watch these movies alone..)Now I know there are others out there like me.. sniff, sob, and this website is now becoming something like a sanctuary for me... (fade in: heartwrenching string music with a rush of sitar notes) The problem I have so often when Im in a Hindi movie store, having a bit of a language barrier with Hindi film titles etc, is that I can't really judge a good movie from a bad one by just looking at the DVD covers..(whether Shemaroo, or Eros, or a miriad of other companies re-releasing these films) What's even more frustrating is that the cases themselves often show poor quality screen shots and confusing movie synopses, often with spoilers included (thats the worst.."finally, our hero dies, never to re-unite with his beloved.." ) bottom line, in my opinion, the DVD cases are often useless... and I have yet to find a good Hindi film guide that covers movies in depth.... until now! i'm using this site as a guide to which movies i want to see next!!!

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