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September 24, 2008

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Krys O.

Larry Seven is great! He and the Jickets were on one of the WFMU video comps, Radio as a Visual Medium.

K

I remember Ken and the Generator from back in "the day". Here's a illustrative story.

Sue Anne Harkey was to perform some music at the store. A small crowd gathered, and we amused ourselves with the lamination machine ( Sue seemed pretty blitzed and was pulling all strange sorts of things from her pockets to laminate ). Eventually the mania subsided, and she sat in the middle of the shop to play. After about 15 minutes, the door burst open and a homeless guy shambled in, heading directly for the middle of the store where she was playing. He reached into his jacket. Everyone got nervous, the tension was palpable. This was when the East Village was, uhhh, the East Village, and ugly things often went down there. So he reaches deep into his jacket and whips out... this enormous velvet Elvis Presley tapestry, announcing in an imperious voice "Anybody wanna buy this?". We all laughed; what a performance! Nobody took him up on the offer, so he drifted back out and she finished the set.

mirc

Thanks..

greg

just fyi- the teeth mountain s/t LP was co-released by Shdwply and Infinite Limbs.

kelebek

Larry Seven is great! He and the Jickets were on one of the WFMU video comps, Radio as a Visual Medium.

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