Friday, June 23, 2006


- is the greatest band that has ever walked the earth. i will wax literary on 'em at a later date...but for now:

Premier has reissued the Pictures of Lily kit (well...sort of):

RECENT SHOW REVIEW:,,1800529,00.html

Times Online/June 22, 2006

Townshend withdraws 'ill-advised' teen sex story
By Times Online and agencies

Rocker Pete Townshend was today forced to pull the plug on a short story he posted on the internet featuring graphic teen sex.

After sparking fury from children's charities, the 61-year-old Who guitarist removed the story, admitting "this was probably an ill-advised thing for me to do".

Townshend is still on the sex offenders register after being cautioned for child pornography three years ago.

The story, called The Comedian, which appeared on his official website, graphically describes sex between a 16-year-old boy and girl.

Townshend was arrested in 2003 as part of Operation Ore, which investigated child porn sites. He was placed on the sex offenders register for five years.

He denied being a paedophile, claiming he visited a site to research his autobiography.

He told the Daily Mail: "I've taken down my story. I want to make it clear that I respect the requirements of the sex offenders register without condition."

A message on Townshend's official website reads: "I'm afraid I have had to end this Blog. I'm so sorry for those of you who were beginning to enjoy it, but it has upset certain people, and I sincerely do not wish to offend anyone."

Tink Palmer, of children's charity Stop It Now!, said: "Bearing in mind that he is on the sex offenders register and received a caution, it is most ill-advised, especially considering the popularity of his music and the fact lots of people look up to him."
i've got a board tape of The Who doing 'I Saw Her Standing There'

PEEVE DE JOUR: (______)


Saturday, June 24th 12pm-12am
The Who Are All Right: A Flee Tribute
Skipper's Smokehouse:

Subject: The Who Tribute for WMNF

I just watched the rehersal for Tommy--all I can say is you have to see this. You'll never see the Who do Tommy--but you can see the Vodkanauts and 8 guest singers do it at the tribute to the Who

WMNF and 25 of the Bay Area's best bands celebrate the bombastic and iconoclastic music and spirit of the Who with a day-long tribute on Saturday, June 24, 2006 from noon to midnight. Each band or solo performer will do their interpretations of three classic Who songs each.

In addition to each artist doing three songs by the Who there will be three special performances at “The Who Are Alright.”

1.) “Substitute” electricity for acoustics during the acoustic afternoon set. For two hours about 4-6pm see musicians interpret songs by the Who acoustically.

2.) "See them, feel them...." At the end of the night the grand finale will a re-creation of the classic rock opera Tommy, with Tampa Bay's best surf/lounge/rock band, the Vodkanauts, backing up singers such as Ed Woltil, Ken Logan, Brian Merrill, Steven Tanner, Freight Train Annie, Steve Alex, Jonathan Harrison and Ricky Wilcox.

3.) “Anyway, anyhow, anywhere…”—from 1 to 2 pm WMNF will hold an open mic for Tampa Bay’s best emerging talent—any solo artist can show up and perform one Who song. There will be time for about 10 performers so anyone interested should get there early and sign up.

Tickets are $12 in advance for adults.

The kids are alright - kids under 12 get in free to this family-friendly event.

(June 23rd)

Mudd Pie
(Coffee custard, Oreo – chocolate swirl)

(June 24th)

Cocont Cream Pie

cb...where are you?

"...chaos reigns in my Rael"


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