In 1978, during one of her brief stints in London, French-American model Nicolle Meyer (famous for her collaboration with photographer Guy Bourdin in the late 70s and early 80s) came across musician Gottfried Tollmann who was in the middle of finishing his first record with the Fred Banana Combo.
Julie "Jigsaw" Ashcraft: vocals, Casiotone, harmonica
Wietn Wito: bass, the Stick
Frank Samba: drums, marimba, percussion Ja Ja Ja Fan Page is here:
Rodd Keith (January 30, 1937 - December 16, 1974) was born Rodney Keith Eskelin. As a talented multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, he is perhaps the best known figure in the obscure musical sub-genre known as song poem music.
The producers duo The Please from Amsterdam, The Netherlands:
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- - - The Russian band The Please:
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- - - The Italian Alt/Folk band The Please www.myspace.com/thepleaseplease
American Watercolor Movement draws us into a world all their own. With looping beats and a unique lyrical
mutability, their songs appeal to our senses—imparting stories of lust, longing, traveling, searching—and we willingly
submit to the highs and lows of their design.
Originating in rural Northumberland before migrating to Newcastle, PBaS used small town experiences to create their dynamic post-rock tinged first album This is Such a Quiet Town, released on Mekong Delta records and then later through Captains of Industry.
A fitting analogy is one which likens the history of the engine to a steamroller, gathering momentum slowly and steadily to reach peak performance in the last hundred or so years. In a broad sense, engines have populated this reality for a much longer time than human consciousness can comprehend, the lineage traceable back to single celled entities that once called the oceans home.