Remember the original Coctails dolls, handmade by the band members, that were displayed at the window of a record store in Chicago to wave at the passerbys? What about the 12 inch cotton silk screened versions that were sold at their live shows? Well, for those of you who missed out on getting a set back then, here is your chance to get one of your own! The Coctails 12 Inch Doll Set! Limited Small Production! 4 dolls in one set with originally designed box for each doll. Material: face (soft-vinyl), glasses (PVC), clothes (cloth), body (ABS) Moveable: 15 parts Height: 12 inches Comes in original art box designed for … Learn more
This is a colorful visual book collecting all of the flyers of the band, The Coctails, a legendary lounge/garage band who were active in Chicago from the late 80’s. Contains: flyer images, photos of their DIY merchandise, advertisements, and comics. Size : 190 x 135mm All color, 96 pages, soft cover ISBN : 4-903090-02-7 Price : 1000 yen
The Coctails are a Chicago based DIY legendary garage/lounge band that Archer Prewitt of The Sea & Cake used to be in in the 90’s. They reformed to play front act for The Pixies in the year 2004. This EP was made for their first Japan tour of July, 2005. The sound is 70’s Beach Boysesque, Martin Denny exotic approach, alternative country style…ALL NEW SONGS! Artist: Archer Prewitt, Barry Phipps, John Upchurch, Mark Greenberg Title: “Let’s Enjoy” Format: 10″ analog record Length: 20 minutes The record has 8 songs and the length is 20 minutes. Jacket Artwork: Archer Prewitt Recording Studio: North Branch Studio & Mayfair Recordings Mastering: Randy Kling … Learn more
Arthur Russell and the Flying Hearts featuring Allen Ginsberg “Ballad of the Lights” 10” vinyl record08.12.2012, Comments Off on Arthur Russell and the Flying Hearts featuring Allen Ginsberg “Ballad of the Lights” 10” vinyl record, Items, Music, Records, by presspopadmin.
Two amazing tracks: experience the chemistry between the great Beat poet and the cult musician from the New York downtown music scene. Arthur Russell and Allen Ginsberg first met in the early 70’s in San Francisco through mutual interests in music, poetry, and Buddhism. Drawn to each other’s creative energy, Russell would soon start to provide Ginsberg with musical backing during his poetry readings. And in the summer of 1971, “Pacific High Studio Mantras” was recorded as a track to be included in Ginsberg’s Blake album. Ginsberg’s confident and enlightening voice singing the Tibetan mantra accompanied by Russell’s rich cello unison underlining, can be considered one of the best … Learn more