Eleutherophobic Hot Links

The Okra Smugglers, Henryk Fantazos, date unknown.

Cherry, Oh Baby, The Rolling Stones (1976) For reasons unknown, the Stones covered  Eric Donaldson‘s 1971 hit on their studio album Black and Blue. Guitarist Mick Taylor had quit the band in 1974 and they were auditioning for replacements.

Sex N’ Drugs.

Tired warriors.

Celebrity sheep.

Wee tree houses.

Time for some Maria Stories.

Epic images of the DART asteroid.

Right foot slipped. [via Bunkerville]

Billy Idol’s White Wedding sans music.

747 Portuguese folk dancers & 1,069 robots.

Saving Grace is a fundraiser to protect a little girl.
[via Bustednuckles]

Need a foam bird skull mask? Hellboy gun? Free template downloads.
[h/t Nate L.]


Top image: The Okra Smugglers, Henryk Fantazos, date unknown.
Pretty sure that’s Brian Setzer on the right. [h/t Chuck C.]


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Galericulate Hot Links

Early Morning Boogie, Wini Beatty & Slim Gaillard (1946) Slim “McVouty” Gaillard had much success, and he’s anything but an unknown. Although Wini Beatty also appeared on many recordings, I found scant information about her.

STOP.

Ray Troll.

X-Ray Bird.

60 Minutes.

Inertia balloon.

“Steve. Not the ears.”

A perfect little tiny kitchen.

Beatboxing with harmonicas.

Barbados songs by Barbadians, courtesy Queen H.

Filthy Photos of the most polluted rivers in the world.

The US Space Force has an official song, but dammit, Jim, they left out the theremin. [via Memo of the Air]

[Top image: Vintage RV, September 2015, North Dakota. h/t Charlene.]


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Kakistocratic Hot Links

Show Stopper, The Cashmeres (HEM Records, 1965) There is little information about this soul group from Washington D.C. (not be confused with The Cashmeres, a doo-wop group from Atlanta GA, or The Cashmeres from Brooklyn NY, or The Cashmeres from Portland OR). A  45rpm copy of Show Stopper is a rarity; according to Discogs, prices range from $680 to $1800 depending on condition.

Hotshot.

Flying in a hangar.

THIS is a great idea.

Life as an LA Influencer.

Too bad he didn’t as me. 😀

Almost everything I forgot to post.

Awesome. Drone Photos of the Year.

Brickit is an app for Legos [h/t Miz Beth].

“I look like the Queen of England,” proclaimed Betty.

ICYMI: Martha’s Vineyard Facebook group was bitching at each other.

[Top image by Terry Border from his series Bent Objects.]


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Macropterous Hot Links

My Good Pott, Doc Pomus & Curley Russell’s All Stars (1948)
Jerome Felder, better known as Doc Pomus, was  one of the grandfathers of rock and roll.  He wrote and performed rhythm & blues, a genre that belonged almost exclusively to black American artists whose 78s were often categorized as “race records.”

“By the late 1950’s he was established as one of the best songwriters in the business which is where he’d make his name and cement his legend. During that time it’s doubtful anyone buying his classic compositions performed by The Drifters, Dion & The Belmonts, Ray Charles and the ultimate white-Negro Elvis Presley, were even aware Pomus once sung this kind of music before any of those artists had even cut their first record.”

Spontaneous Lunacy – The History of Rock ‘N’ Roll – Song By Song

Another of Pomus’ contemporaries broke the R&B color barrier soon after: Ioannis Alexandres Veliotes, aka Johnny Otis.


Hot hot was it?

Doin’ dishes?”

Brains: Liquefied.

Capybara parkour.

Yes, but on one condition…”

Blowing up Stretch Armstrong.
[via Memo Of The Air]

Over 12,000 phone calls so far this year.
[via The VFLL]

Places to go: The best museum restrooms.
[via Mme. Jujujive]

#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob. (More on The Twitter.)

[Top image: Robot lineup found here.]


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Obumbrating Hot Links

Violent Love, The Big Three Trio (1951) Okeh Records Active from 1946-1952, The Big Three Trio consisted of Leonard “Baby Doo” Caston (piano, vocals), Ollie Crawford (guitar, vocals) and Willie Dixon (upright bass, vocals). Dixon wrote this and many other blues standards during his lengthy career. (Note: Crawford replaced band founder and guitarist Bernardo Dennis in 1947.)

Lost sounds.

The can tuner.

Citizens For Sanity.

Root cellars [via Mme. Jujujive].

EV charging stations in California.

Economic forecast [via Bunkerville].

Violent Love, Oingo Boingo, live 1983.

Sea Matheson at Fat Studies Conference.

There’s a hole in the port plate, dear Liza.

August 26, 2002: Meet Marshie was released.

Freespoke is another search engine alternative to Google. (I haven’t checked it out yet – I use DDG.)

[Top image found at Tfarhad.]


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Tautophonic Hot Links

Who’s Been Talking, Howlin’ Wolf (1970) Sometimes mistitled Cause Of It All, Chester Burnett’s recording from the The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions (Chess 1971) is a classic. Backing musicians for this track included   Eric Clapton, Lafayette Leake, Hubert Sumlin, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman.

Robotics.

This is The End.

Earthmover artistry.

Meanwhile in the belfry.

If true, this is disturbing news.

Hoogerbrugge’s Hotel was awesome.

What an honor! Thanks Mme. Jujujive!

Pelican trying to eat a capybara [via Bunkerville].

Church puzzled by low attendance at men’s conference.

[Top image: Still from After the Storm.]


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Neotenical Hot Links

Brazil, Geoff & Maria Muldaur (1970) In 1939, Ary Barroso was stuck in his house during a rainstorm, so he wrote Aquarela do Brasil.  Three decades later, multi-talented musician Geoff Muldaur and his wife Maria (nee D’Amato) recorded it as Brazil. In 1985, Terry Gilliam adopted the song for his cinematic vision of a retro-future dystopia, and now it’s immediately recognizable as the Theme to Brazil.

Live Bat cams.

Alpine football [via].

Charming the worms.

Pre-WWII smoke screen.
[h/t Bunkerville]

Mr. Hitler, Leadbelly (1942).

Rocket cats from the 16th century.
[via Mme. Jujujive]

It’s legal in Brazil to kill motorcycle thieves.

I have turned into Moira Rose, Queen of the Crows.

[Top image:  László Löwenstein, aka Peter Lorre, in promo for movie Crime and Punishment, 1935.


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Pagophagial Hot Links

Funbar, Deerpeople (2013) I heard this song years ago (on Atomic Flash Deluxe Hi-Fi Radio) but didn’t know the title or the band name until recently. Formed in 2012 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Deerpeople were described as psychedelic folk rockers. One day they just stopped performing and recording for no particular reason, but reunited to officially disband in 2019.

Chorizo In Space.

Checkpoint Jumbo.
[h/t Bunkerville]

Magnetic vibrations.
[via Memo of the Air]

Catch the Chameleon. Great soundtrack.

Watch out for pedestrians.

The War of Human Cats by Festus Pragnell.

98 year old found out how old he is. [NSFW]

“In America if it is worth doing it is worth overdoing.”
Here’s proof.

It’s a multipart saga about earplugs in space: Surprise Visit (Part I).

[Top image found here.]


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Capelocratic Hot Links

Love is All Right, Cliff Nobles & Co. (1968) Cliff Nobles recorded this A-side for the 45rpm, but the B-side, The Horse, was the instrumental hit. It became one of the most recognizable instrumentals ever, and EVERY high school band played it. The Horse was also the theme song for Radio Veronica, a popular dutch pirate radio station that broadcast from a ship on the North Sea in the 1960’s & 70s.

Irony.

CHEVS

TOYOMI

The Surprise.

Hell’s Jukebox.

Sound up.
[h/t Bunkerville]

Cute bat embryos.

A Band Called Death.

Milton Friedman would have turned 110 years old today.

Clifford Stoll talks about what he’s not going to talk about (2006).

[Top image found here.]


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Neovitalistic Hot Links

 Thunderbirds, A. Aallon Rytmiorkesteri (2000) A. Aallon, also known as A. Aalto and A. Aalto’s Rhythm Orchestra, is an iskelmä (pop) music group from Ylöjärvi, Finland.  Interesting mix of styles, but this particular space western surf instrumental struck a chord with me.

Man O’ War.

Mandelbulbs.

Sumo floaties.

The Proposal.
[h/t Bunkerville]

Want a farm job?

Jumper on the Rex.

Fibbonacci Elephant.
[h/t Memo Of The Air]

Don’t drink and bollard.

Ridiculous Inflatable Swan Thing.
[h/t Mme. Jujujive]

[Top image found here.]


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