...BECAUSE SOME OF US THINK THAT THIS STUFF IS IMPORTANT
What happens when you mix what is - arguably - the world's most interesting record company, with an anarchist manic-depressive rock music historian polymath, and a method of dissemination which means that a daily rock-music magazine can be almost instantaneous?
Most of this blog is related in some way to the music, books and films produced by Gonzo Multimedia, but the editor has a grasshopper mind and so also writes about all sorts of cultural issues which interest him, and which he hopes will interest you as well.
Friday, 11 May 2012
BRUTE FORCE: The King of Fuh LIVE IN BIRMINGHAM?????????????
Last night, Prudence, the orange cat and I sat down to watch another two and a half hour DVD documentary from those jolly nice folks at Chrome Dreams. I will be reviewing it properly later today, because it is jolly good, and deserves more time than I can give at the moment. However, anyone who is a devotee of Apple Records will know that their most obscure, and collectible release was a single by Brute Force, called 'The King of Fuh'. It has finally been released on the Apple Records sampler, but I got to wondering whether he (Brute Force is a bloke called Stephen Friedland, rather than a band) had ever done the song live. Much to my joy I found that not only was the answer YES, but that he had done it in a pub in Birmingham a couple of years back. My cu runneth over...
Posted by Jon Downes at 09:12