1 february 2018
i will spare you the details, but after a year of hopelessly suffering my quickly degenerating web host i have decided to discontinue our collaboration - and spread the word: freewebs sucks!
which means that with immediate effect captain beefheart electricity will be flashing on at the new address
see you there, you're welcome...
discography - bootlegs
BEEFHEART the classic interviews
uk 2004 chrome dreams cis 2009 picture plate with 16-page booklet
time 62:40 minutes
smallest text at the bottom:
this cd contains no music by captain beefheart
it is not authorised by the artist, his record company or management
'CHROME DREAMS' PRESS INFORMATION
CAPTAIN BEEFHEART 'The Classic Interviews' CIS 2009
PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED CAPTAIN BEEFHEART INTERVIEWS RELEASED ON CD FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Captain Beefheart never played by the rules – and that’s why we love him. On this CD, a rare, mid 1970s interview he gave to journalist Steven Rosen, reveals the good Captain as possibly the most charming man in rock 'n' roll with an intellectual capacity unmatched in that often shallow genre.
Discussing everything from his world view ['Actually we all get on rather well, considering how many people there are in the world'] to his then current favourites on the pop chart [David Essex and The Stylistics get full marks], this relaxed conversation is unlike any rock performer interview you've ever heard.
Proving once and for all that with Beefheart you can only ever expect the unexpected, this fascinating document finds a man at the height of his creative prowess happy to discuss what really makes him tick.
Release Date: 15th November 2004. By then available at all major retail outlets, and via the Chrome Dreams website. Recommended Retail Price: £7.99 [just over 11,5 euros / just under 14.5 us dollars - t.t.].
For further information please contact Chrome Dreams * PO BOX 230 * New Malden * Surrey * KT3 6YY * England * tel (+44) 208 715 9781 * fax (+44) 208 241 1426 * email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOME QUICK THINKING
ugh, he likes david essex, and the stylistics?... then this 'spoken paintiing' must be from this disastrous year 1974, when he had taken the wrong course! let's hope the interview took place on one of his better days,,,,
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