2/4/2007

Sam Spence • The Power and The Glory

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You’re the pride and joy of Illinois,
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directed by Sir Georg Solti
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11/8/2006

DJ Evil Vince • Hamburg, Deutschland • November 4, 2006

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6/6/2006

DJ Evil Vince • Live in Fukuoka, Japan • June 5, 2006

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album cover photo by Michael Halsband

layout and design by Tom Dolan/Polychrome

2/20/2006

Los Angeles, California • Amoeba • February 19, 2006

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11/20/2005

Sir Georg Solti • Bear Down Chicago Bears

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I know I’m drinking the Kool Aid – but the Bears are going to the
Super Bowl….Watch.
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“Bear Down, Chicago Bears” by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, and Victory by the Chicago Bears.

11/19/2005

Chicago, Illinois • Reckless Records • February 2004

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10/30/2005

San Francisco, California • Amoeba • October 29, 2005

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you’ve never been to the best record store in America.

Except for Bill’s in Dallas, Texas.

9/30/2005

Atmosphere • You Can’t Imagine How Much Fun We’re Having

filed under: album covers,musicians — christopher @ 23:59 Fri

I don’t know what to say about Atmosphere‘s latest full length album
except that this is bar none, best viagra viagra generic discount the best hip hop record to be released in maybe
16 years. It’s not East Coast or West Coast, cialis buy buy cialis nor Southern Fried,
yet it has sifted the greatest parts of all of those –
with the addition of a European sentiment plus some Mo Wax flavor.
This record comes out on Tuesday, October 4, 2005 –
and I urge everyone who loves Hip Hop (not Rap) to buy this record quickly.

Lyrically hard and witty – this record uses no stereotypes –
and that starts with the album cover, which looks more
like a punk record than a hip hop. Minneapolis is dropping
some heavy beats and I can’t get enough. >From the opening
anthem of Arrival to the closing track – which is an open letter
to his Little Man – this album has no bad tracks – and the many
styles mentioned above are brilliantly crafted together to form a
benchmark in contemporary music. Every little snippet and sample
is perfectly picked and placed. A mainstay in the underground
for nearly a decade – Atmosphere is poised to breakthrough.

Sean Daley (Slug) – Lyrics
Anthony Davis (Ant) – Production

4/16/2005

Chicago • Percolator • April 16, 2005

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The beginnings of a good cup of coffee. Its time for the Percolator……

4/10/2005

Bunny Wailer • Liberation

filed under: album covers — christopher @ 23:59 Sun

On this day, viagra sale viagra sales doctor April 10, viagra 1947, Neville O’Reilly Livingston
was born in Kingston, Jamaica.
As one of the founding members of The Wailers,
I feel that everyone on Earth should give thanks for all of their
creativity and inspiration that’s been enjoyed and applied.
Whether it Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Earl Lindo,
Aston Barrett, Carlton Barrett, Joe Higgs, Lee Perry, Bernard Harvey,
Tyrone Downie, Alvin Patterson, Junior Marvin, Al Anderson,
Donald Kinsey, Earl Smith, Clement Dodd, Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths or Judy Mowatt,
One of The Wailer’s Family certainly made your world a better place.

My apologies to all of whom are not on this list and who should be.

:UPDATE:
I have recently heard rumors – that on Bunny’s latest tour
he made horrible comments in regards to homosexuals.
I very saddened by this news, and hope they are miscontextualized.

3/28/2005

Section Portion • Hip Hop and Down Tempo

filed under: album covers — christopher @ 16:23 Mon

Tonight, cialis buy buy viagra sickness at the Morseland, viagra sales buy viagra I am spinning Rock, Reggae, Soul, Ska
for last time ever. Thanks to all the peeps who have come out to hear
me spin : Jaz and Buban, you rock.
Picture above was taken at my old house on Kedzie and Fullerton,
in which I lived 1 year.
The frame middle/right is from Jean Giraud‘s Blueberry series.

2/28/2005

Section Portion • Rock n Roll

filed under: album covers — christopher @ 12:45 Mon

2/21/2005

Malcolm X • Speaks to the People in Harlem (excerpts)

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Today, generic cialis generic cialis there in 1965, viagra buy generic viagra search Malcolm X was assassinated;
Today, in 2005, its President’s Day.

1/17/2005

Martin Luther King, Jr. • The Great March on Washington

filed under: album covers — christopher @ 12:45 Mon

As we observe Martin Luther King, cialis usa viagra sale there Jr.‘s birthday today
(January 15 – actual birthday), generic cialis cialis sale mind I reflect on how far we have come together
and how long we have travelled seperately. There seems to be no city community anymore, viagra even compared to ten years ago. My beautiful
neighborhood is integrated with peoples from all over the world:
Mexico,India, Pakistan, Israel, Croatia, Russia :
all within blocks of each other, but everyone minds their own –
and there is no co-community. Most neighbors do not know each other.

Don’t ask me why, but this brings me to Football
(soccer to like 2% of the world) –
The United States, if they won the World Cup, would be the only
nation on earth that wouldn’t be in the streets celebrating together;
as one, joyous, unified nation. This is significant in rationalizing America,
and how we behave locally and globally. The majority of America is
countryside. Country folk do not like Soccer, they like Auto Racing.
This is a generalization I know, but bear with me.

The remainder of America, which is the “melting pot” of the world,
the true foundation of this country, would want their own respective
countries to win. The Mexicans would want Mexico, The Polish
would want Poland, and so on.
So with all this diversity, there seems to be limited co-unity – or rather, community.

My question then is this : What is the identity of a country,
that is already self-perceived as a “melting pot,”
but claims itself better than everyone else?

Every nation in the world has a cultural identity with the
Beautiful Game, except the USA. Cultural Identities create community.
Community nourishes understanding and respect.

…….Well okay, Canada has hockey, but at least the some of
the world knows and plays that game, no one else on Earth plays gridiron.
While I’m at it, why do we play the World Series with ourselves?
Don’t you think we should let other nations compete,
or maybe change the name of the event?