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Posted: Sep 24, 2020 - 5:11am

Read this morning...and found the collaboration and effort required to make a seemingly smooth and natural minute of art amazing.  I was of course drawn in by the fact that Goodfellas is now 30 years old

Goodfellas at 30: The making of one of film’s greatest shots

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Posted: Jun 22, 2016 - 9:30pm

Thanks to monkeysdad for this link:
 




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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 12:45pm

 kurtster wrote:

Here's some stories about the band ...

 A typical memory ...

I remember my first FLOYDBAND gig. 1986/'87 or so,at The Rage on 9th St. across from the graveyard,Pink Holes/FloydBand. I had been exposed to this kind of stuff before, but was never in the middle of it. Anyway, we were to go on after the Pink Holes, a mistake I would make only that once in my life. It was some late o'clock in the morning, and Les and the boys had torn the holy shit out of that club. As I peeked into the back door , I was nearly hit with a plastic cup of pudding and a piece of watermelon. Dave Mallchock, then FLOYDBAND drummer, calmly walked onto the stage and starting tearing down Freddy's drum kit, therefore ending the performance of the Holes. Blew my mind. This was like intruding on a Black Flag show to me. After coming to grips, I then had the challenge of setting up my gear in 2 inches of pudding, watermelon juice, and beer. I spent the rest of the night dodging beer cans and trying to protect my gear. I had never seen such chaos in my life. The Hole's knew how to get a crowd into a frenzy without trying. I told Floyd I would never follow them again. Of course we did, with the same results.
(TOMKAT)



 
I used to play the Lion Sleeps Tonight at KCPR because I like that song but never bothered to investigate the band beyond that. They strike me as a Monkees type of joke band that got taken seriously by some and not by others but everyone enjoyed the spectacle...
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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 12:22pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I looked this up for some reason because I remember the album cover and wondered if it was any good...
 

Here's the video. Prepare yourself for rank amateurism.
 
From the notes on YouTube:

Once upon a time in the 80's, a group of angry young Pink Holes taught Cleveland how to smile again. They set the standards, the trends and fashions. They brought hope to a people in dire need of heroes. Given the right connections, better timing, more dedication and way more talent they could have easily been America's answer to Chilliwack. PINK HOLES RULE!

 
 
 

 
Here's some stories about the band ...

 A typical memory ...

I remember my first FLOYDBAND gig. 1986/'87 or so,at The Rage on 9th St. across from the graveyard,Pink Holes/FloydBand. I had been exposed to this kind of stuff before, but was never in the middle of it. Anyway, we were to go on after the Pink Holes, a mistake I would make only that once in my life. It was some late o'clock in the morning, and Les and the boys had torn the holy shit out of that club. As I peeked into the back door , I was nearly hit with a plastic cup of pudding and a piece of watermelon. Dave Mallchock, then FLOYDBAND drummer, calmly walked onto the stage and starting tearing down Freddy's drum kit, therefore ending the performance of the Holes. Blew my mind. This was like intruding on a Black Flag show to me. After coming to grips, I then had the challenge of setting up my gear in 2 inches of pudding, watermelon juice, and beer. I spent the rest of the night dodging beer cans and trying to protect my gear. I had never seen such chaos in my life. The Hole's knew how to get a crowd into a frenzy without trying. I told Floyd I would never follow them again. Of course we did, with the same results.
(TOMKAT)


islander

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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 11:43am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

I was just looking them up. 
 
Punk parody or performance art? Four guys with names like Les Black, Freddie Pants, Cheese Borger and Kurtt Terdd got their start playing no-frills sloppy pop parodies at the Lakefront. That is until New Year's Eve '83/'84, when garbage bags of shredded paper brought in by a fan turned the evening into a punk ticker-tape parade, and the Pink Holes into Cleveland's most notorious live band
 
Sounds like a riot! 
 
Actually since the youtube comment re: Chilliwack was written by them, they do get some credit for funny. 

 
Talent is overrated.
-some guy lacking in talent... also maybe the Ramones.  
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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 11:27am

 islander wrote:

Man, if it took all that just to get to Chilliwack then they were doomed as artists. 

 
I was just looking them up. 
 
Punk parody or performance art? Four guys with names like Les Black, Freddie Pants, Cheese Borger and Kurtt Terdd got their start playing no-frills sloppy pop parodies at the Lakefront. That is until New Year's Eve '83/'84, when garbage bags of shredded paper brought in by a fan turned the evening into a punk ticker-tape parade, and the Pink Holes into Cleveland's most notorious live band
 
Sounds like a riot! 
 
Actually since the youtube comment re: Chilliwack was written by them, they do get some credit for funny. 
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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 11:18am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Once upon a time in the 80's, a group of angry young Pink Holes taught Cleveland how to smile again. They set the standards, the trends and fashions. They brought hope to a people in dire need of heroes. Given the right connections, better timing, more dedication and way more talent they could have easily been America's answer to Chilliwack. PINK HOLES RULE!

 
 
 

 
Man, if it took all that just to get to Chilliwack then they were doomed as artists. 
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Posted: Jan 12, 2016 - 11:13am

Kubrick In Color from Marc Anthony Figueras on Vimeo.


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Posted: Sep 23, 2014 - 1:09pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I looked this up for some reason because I remember the album cover and wondered if it was any good...
 
From the notes on YouTube:

Once upon a time in the 80's, a group of angry young Pink Holes taught Cleveland how to smile again. They set the standards, the trends and fashions. They brought hope to a people in dire need of heroes. Given the right connections, better timing, more dedication and way more talent they could have easily been America's answer to Chilliwack. PINK HOLES RULE!

 
 
 

 
So awful, they're cool.
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Posted: Sep 23, 2014 - 1:04pm

I looked this up for some reason because I remember the album cover and wondered if it was any good...
 

Here's the video. Prepare yourself for rank amateurism.
 
From the notes on YouTube:

Once upon a time in the 80's, a group of angry young Pink Holes taught Cleveland how to smile again. They set the standards, the trends and fashions. They brought hope to a people in dire need of heroes. Given the right connections, better timing, more dedication and way more talent they could have easily been America's answer to Chilliwack. PINK HOLES RULE!

 
 
 
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