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03 March 2006 @ 12:23 am
Yep, it's official today, Chris and I going to London again this May. (boy, that tax return money sure can be spent fast when you are dealing with the airlines!) I'm looking forward to the endless sea of this:

because they just don't make beans like that here. Oh, and the bonus, Melissa aka makeupagogo will be there at the same time Chris and I will be, so *maybe* we'll get to meet-up on a different continent from the one we naturally habitat. Same goes for mojo_navigator. I must see first hand if you are as cranky-yet-lovable as you are on the internet.
So anyhow, to get in the mood, here's a couple fav Brit songs from the 1960s. The title appropriate Birds' "Leaving Here" was a Dozier-Holland-Holland Motown song that was originally a hit for Eddie Holland. The Action's "I'll Keep Holding On" was another Motown hit originally done by The Marvelettes, which I have to say, is one of my favorite Motown songs.
Click hereTo Download The Birds' "Leaving Here"

Click hereTo Download The Action's "I'll Keep Holding On"

Quick run down:"Goo Goo Muck" is a Cramps staple, this original version is pretty rare, I reckon. "It's Monster Surfin' Time"? Just look at the picture HERE. 'Nuff said. Lastly, "Scream!" from 1959 has been covered by the's. Both versions send my cat running out of the room. 'Nuff said.

Click hereTo Download Ronnie Cook & The Gaylads "Goo Goo Muck"

Click hereTo Download Deadly Ones "It's Monster Surfin' Time"

Click hereTo Download Ralph Nielsen & The Chancellors "Scream!"

Stock up on rare trash movies(and some music) HERE
at Trash Palace. I've ordered from them a bunch of times, they're one of my favs (even though navigation on their site isn't the greatest...) Other than that, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
01 February 2006 @ 08:36 pm
I recently saw this 45 by The Rhythm Machine go for $162 on Ebay. Now that's dedication since one can easily get this song on the fab Funky 16 Corners compilation. Now this song is about kicking smack. I've never had a smack addiction, but for me, internet auctions are smack and Ebay is the pusherman. This addiction has not made me broke yet, but if I ever start buying $162 45's, that would be a serious problem that I would need to k-k-k-kick.
Click hereTo Download The Rhythm Machine's "The Kick"

Stones Throw Records has a pic and interviews with The Rhythm MachineHERE
and so does Larry from Funky 16 HERE
24 January 2006 @ 11:34 pm
I don't know if any fellow bloggers/jouurnalers have posted this one yet, for I can't keep up with all the songs everybody posts. It's madness! I've never been on Soulseek (don't really know how it works), but I think I'm content with all the cool free stuff I've been downloading from other people's blogs. The last thing I need is to get hooked on Soulseek, lawdy! Anyhow, Stone. This is her cover of The Beatles' "You Won't See Me", but it's called "La Jour La Nuit" which means "the day the night." Horns, groovy bass, wild (but buried) guitar, I'm sold and this tune is mod-o-refic!

Click hereTo Download Stone's "La Jour La Nuit"

Check the Ye-Ye Girls site for un peu info on Stone. HERE
(Again - Warning - Lots of pop-ups on the Ye-Ye site)
20 January 2006 @ 12:41 am
El Tarro De Mostaza made an album for Capitol Records in 1970. According to the booklet I have, it says the orig. album "is in the top 5 for Mexican rarities." Now, who heck determines things like that, I don't know. But I do know that this song can help you get your Mexican freak-out on. Oh, and I would LOVE IT if just one time I could walk into a Mexican owned/operated restaurant in the U.S. and hear some Mexican rock music, preferably from the 1960's/early 70's. Am I the only one that finds that very cheaply produced mariachi music with the drum machine beats dreadful? I'm not hating on all mariachi music, just this certain type I keep hearing. I know they're probably trying to create an authentic atmosphere, but man, that stuff blows. Though, it's not as dreadful as what the actual food does to my insides, ay caramba! Yet, I can't resist...
Click hereTo Download El Tarro De Mostaza's "El Ruido Del Silencio"

12 January 2006 @ 01:00 am
The first thing I think of every time I hear this Patricia Carli song is David Lynch. Or to be more specific, Twin Peaks. Or to be even MORE specific, the scene where Ben Horne has a flashback of him and his brother Jerry as kids in their bunk beds, watching their babysitter dance to a dreamy 50's style song. I could be way off, and the two songs (the music of course, not the vocals) could sound nothing alike, but to confirm this would require me to whip out the Twins Peaks vhs tapes and search for that episode. Of course, it would be heck a of a lot easier to find if season two of Twin Peaks was on DVD, thus I would own it, thus it would make finding that episode super duper easy. But I digress...(Dear God, Are you there? It's me, Margaret. Please f*cking release season two of Twin Peaks on DVD already!!!!! Forget about the training bra question, just focus on this Twin Peaks issue. Thank You, Margaret Simon.)

Click hereTo Download Patricia Carli's "Je Suis A Toi"

The Ye-Ye Girls site has a little bit of info on Patricia Carli HERE
(Warning - Lots of pop-ups on the Ye-Ye site)
04 January 2006 @ 07:23 pm
This first groovy track is from Morricone's 1972 score to Revolver, starring Oliver Reed. It's not even 2 minutes long, but it's one of my favorite things that I've ever heard by the Maestro. It would be an awesome break beat, if it hasn't been done yet...
Click hereTo Download Ennio Morricone's "Quasi Un Vivaldi" from Revolver
Also, Blue Underground released the DVD, and you can view a really long trailer HERE

Here's a track from Cannabis, the 1970 gangster movie that starred Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin. Now, I've yet to see Cannabis, but just judging by the stills I've seen from it, it looks HOT! Could anybody confirm this theory if mine? Does a version with English subtitles exist? Is it even worth seeing?

Click hereTo Download Serge Gainsbourg's "Danger" from Cannabis

Can a harp really groove??? With Dorthy Ashby on the strings and Richard Evans producing, you bet it can! Richard Evans was the mind behind the Soulful Strings LPs, which I love. He'd take a song like "Paint it Black" and would record an instrumental easy listening version, but way more groovy than easy listening lps typically are. "Soul Vibrations" was written by Evans. Ashby is on harp, and the other artists are "unknown."

Click hereTo Download Dorthy Ashby's "Soul Vibrations"

30 December 2005 @ 12:46 am
I'm excited this week because the CD I mentioned HERE is finally in my hands. It had been on back order since the day it came out in October. So to celebrate, here's another Harris song, the Allen Toussaint song "Mean Man" that he wrote and produced. "Mean Man" is also covered on the latest Detroit Cobra's album Baby, but I really don't recommend that, especially after I just saw them on this last tour. As dwfriend would say, "You got to see the shit end of the Cobras." Shit end indeed. When it comes to listening to Betty Harris songs, just stick with Betty Harris.

Click hereTo Download Betty Harris' "Mean Man"

Look jadeblade, a 3rd picture of her does exist!

I still have "There's a Break in the Road" in my Box account if anybody wants to download that as well...
Click hereTo Download Betty Harris' "There's a Break in the Road"

One more thing, I just noticed Larry at Funky 16 Corners has a nice bio of Betty Harris which can be found HERE.
Italian rocker Adriano Celentano has been performing/making music since 1957. If you're a film buff, then you may have seen him acting as well. He played the "rock singer" in La Dolce Vita. You remember the singer, right? He *almost* foiled Marcello's plans of whisking Anita Ekberg away from the party. Also, if you've seen Godard's Contempt, then you may remember this Celentano song from the dance scene that was in the movie that was being shot within the movie. Does that make sense? Anyhow, I know for fact that there's a French version by Rocky Volcano and if anybody has that, please share it with me. Mucho Gracias!
Click hereTo Download Adriano Celentano's "24 Mila Baci"

02 December 2005 @ 01:02 am
Very soft and sweet version of Dylan's "I Want You" by the 1960's/70's French actress/singer/writer Marie Laforet. How could it NOT be soft and sweet, just look at her!
Aw-ww, so gentle, so naturally pretty, so French.
(ps - How the heck does one get the carrots over the letters, like the one that should be over the "e" in "Laforet"? I know one of you internet nerds can teach me.)

Click hereTo Download Marie Laforet's "D'etre A Vous"

21 November 2005 @ 11:49 pm
A special treat today! A Rice Krispies treat that is. Here's the ad jingle the Rolling Stones did in 1964. Isn't this the BEST jingle you have ever heard?
I bet it is.
Click hereTo Download The Rolling Stones' "Rice Krispies Ad"

Since the Rice Krispies ad is so short, here's another rare Stones tune, a cover of Jimmy Reed's "Baby What's Wrong" from 1963.

Click hereTo Download The Rolling Stones' "Baby What's Wrong"

And if you're interested lala_a_gogo showed me the link of the Brian Jones movie that was just released, so go HERE to the film's official site to see the trailer.
15 November 2005 @ 01:01 am
Larry recently posted Marlena Shaw's studio version of "Woman of the Ghetto" from 1969, so I thought it would be an excellent time to post the more emotional, more funky live version from 1973. This live version is 9'51 minutes long, so this may not be for everyone. (And by "not everyone", I mean you dial-uppers who are stuck in the year 1998, who are also soon to be on display with dinosaur fossils:) Click on Larry at the top to read more thoughtful and researched notes on Marlena, because all you get here is UN-researched and thoughtLESS ramblings.

Click hereTo Download Marlena Shaw "Woman of the Ghetto - Live"

10 November 2005 @ 01:28 am
Gloria Jones: Girlfriend of Marc Bolan, mother of his child, sang and played on T.Rex albums, driver of the car that killed him. But let's back-up. In the mid-60's she was recording Motown-like Northern soul. What we have here is "Tainted Love" (yeah, it was a punchy soul song before a crappy 80's dance song) Now here's where it gets weird. There's one thing about her that I just can't confirm. Is she the same Gloria Jones that was an original member of The Blossoms? Which would then make her a part of the confusing Blossoms-Crystals-Darlene Love-Phil Spector spider web? I'm going to go with yes, unless somebody can confirm otherwise. Gloria Jones, you're an enigma...
Click hereTo Download Gloria Jones "Tainted Love"

01 November 2005 @ 08:20 pm
I know a lot of people around here already have Jacqueline Taieb's "7 Heures Du Matin", but what about "7 A.M.", the English version that was released in the U.K.? Here's BOTH versions for all you Taieb worshipers and French-girls-singing-in-English enthusiasts. (P.S. - Does anybody have her "Complete Masterworks" collection? I'd love to do a trade for that, so let me know...)

Click hereTo Download Jacqueline Taieb's "7 Heures Du Matin - French"

Click hereTo Download Jacqueline Taieb's "7 A.M. - English"

30 October 2005 @ 08:28 pm
but here's my flea market finds from last week:

I had a lot of awesome finds. That Isley Brothers LP from 1969 on T Neck is freakin' awesome. This was their first album after leaving the career control freaks at Motown. I've listened to side 2 about 20 times already. Also, I had been looking for that Betty Davis LP for a while now. She was married to Miles Davis for year, then she started making her own sexually-themed funk-rock albums ("Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him") Supposedly, she was "too wild" for Miles. Man, she's hot, but be careful, she might draw blood.

phyllisgabor also bought that 20 Original Winners comp with the bikers cover this week. What are the odds?!? I bought it especially for The Coasters' "Poison Ivy" because I love the Stones version. Oh, and that girl groups lp is the soundtrack that goes to this, which I owned until about a month ago. The tape got stuck in my VCR and and the tape AND my VCR ended up in the garbage because of this jam. MGM, please out that out on DVD! It has Shangri-La's footage for christ's sake. Speaking of the Shangs, I also got one of their Red Bird 45s, "Long Live Our Love" w/ "Sophisticated Boom Boom" and a Sandy Posey 45 "Single Girl." All these are from the same record dealer, Paul. Paul is a really nice guy, has an awesome selection, and ALWAYS gives me killer deals (let's just say that the "Modesty Blaise" soundtrack alone is probably worth more than what I paid for the whole lot.)
18 October 2005 @ 08:17 pm
Last Halloween-themed post of this year for you ghouls and goblins.

Nicolai's track starts with trembling violins, a screeching trumpet, random piano chords, then a rock drum beat kicks in. Spooky AND groovy!

Click hereTo Download Bruno Nicolai's "La Coda Dello Scorpione"

Under-rated score by the Maestro. This track is a scary mess of noise, but the rest of the score is groovy with wordless vocals, my favorite kind of Morricone! Oh, and the plot of this movie is killer. "A woman is found dead with her belly torn apart. The victim's husband hires a detective to investigate. Meanwhile, other women are murdered in the same way:A sting to immobilize them before ripping their belly apart. The solution will be found in a beauty salon, which was attended by all the victims."
C'mon, how f-ing glamorous is that? A sinister beauty salon that murders it's clients by ripping their torsos wide open? Somebody PLEASE release a legit DVD of this...

Click hereTo Download Ennio Morricone's "La Tarantola Dal Ventre Nero"

Crappy movie, but an excellent soundtrack. This track is dreamy, yet eerily haunting.
Click hereTo Download Ennio Morricone's "Regan's Theme - Floating"

All this mummy wants is a copy of "Kookie,Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)." Instead, all he gets in some attitude from a beatnik. Poor mummy...

Click hereTo Download Bob McFadden's "The Mummy"

Vampire lounge music? If you can think it, it exists.

Click hereTo Download Sheldon Allman's "Children's Day At The Morgue"


Aw-ww, grasshopper love. Hot, wet, grasshopper action.

Last Sunday I saw Sharon Jones with the lovely lanky14. Despite the band's bus breaking down on the way to Cleveland and them being SUPER late, they still put on an awesome show. C'mon, Chris was so grouchy after waiting around for so long, but the Dap Tones even managed to put Chris in an awesome mood which ended with him proclaiming "I will go see them EVERY time they come around!" Now that's talent because Chris rarely likes seeing any bands! Now, I wish I could say the same for the Detroit Cobras...

I think I lost a little respect for them. Well, let me re-phrase that, I lost a little respect for Rachel Nagy. I don't know, blame it on seeing Sharon Jones only six days before, but I think Rachel Nagy was a limp fish with almost no charisma, who (fact) stood in the same spot with her drink and cig the whole time. The band was decent, but they just kind of plowed through the songs. Mind you, the same EXACT cover songs that are on the albums, nothing extra. No surprises. Boo-ooo! Oh, and they were really late starting too, but not because of a bus, van, or tricycle malfunction. After the opening band was done, it took them over an HOUR to start. WTF? Some people were really pissed and were flipping off the stage! Boozed-up Clevelanders don't have the best patience, but I can't blame 'em this time...

So, which of you local night owls/lounge lizards/drunk as skunks are coming to Cedars this Friday?
06 October 2005 @ 10:34 pm
I guess this single was a flop when it came out. Apparently songs about cemeteries just didn't have a niche in the girl group market. (Depressing teen death songs = OK, Upbeat party songs about cemeteries = too morbid!?!)
Click hereTo Download Claudine Clark's "Walkin' Through A Cemetery"

27 September 2005 @ 12:21 am
I can never get enough of this Pleasure Seekers song. A little background on them: This band featured a teenage Suzi Quatro and her two sisters. The bombshell keyboard player on the left is Arlene Quatro, mother of Sherilyn Fenn (Oh Audrey!) Sheesh, talk about a talent family...
Click hereTo Download Pleasure Seekers "What A Way To Die"

The Underdogs were another Detroit band from the same time period who were supposedly the first white act signed to Motown. This Rolling Stones' cover pre-dates the Motown deal.
Click hereTo Download The Underdogs' "Surprise,Surprise"

18 September 2005 @ 08:01 pm
Yeah, I know I just posted a Gillian Hills song a few months ago, but screw it. This song "Tut Tut Tut Tut"(or "Busy Signal") is way too much fun. Besides, Gillian Hills is worthy of the extra attention, right?

Click hereTo Download Gillian Hills' "Tut tut tut tut"

14 September 2005 @ 07:26 pm
Weeks ago, jadeblade brought up Betty Harris, and I was like "Naaa, I don't have anything by Betty Harris." Well, I lied. I do have one song from a comp. called Soul Diva Sessions. I really, really need to organize my music better. Anyhow, what's really exciting is that MOST of her songs are being re-issued on CD next month on AIM Records. I can't wait! Just listen to this song and you'll be wanting more Betty too! The pic below is the cover of the upcoming AIM release and I'm now convinced that those 2 pictures are the only ones in existence of her...
Click hereTo Download Betty Harris' "There's a Break in the Road"

07 September 2005 @ 05:26 pm
and came within a few inches of backing into this little guy and his home...

So later, the argiope aurantia and me took a pic together:

Later on in the day, I had some clothing donations so I went to the Salv Army and they wouldn't take them. They claimed they were "too full." Whatever. So anyhow, of course I couldn't resist taking a stroll around the store and what do I find? A fucking HUGE Velvet Elvis!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've been a hardcore thrift store shopper since about 1994 or 1995 and I have been looking for a Velvet Elvis since then. Today was a good day.

Big Velvet E. replaced the little boys Eve painting in the dining room, which I'll sorta miss there, but I'll always this this wonderful drunken memory of my boys:
Current Mood: happyhappy
Current Music: De La Soul mix tape
The term "Group Sound" was created in 1960s Japan because a lot of Japanese people had difficulty pronouncing "Rock n Roll" (because of the double r's and l's) Never underestimate the Japanese, this stuff is just as good as any British or American garage band!
Click hereTo Download The Tempters' "Himitsu No Haikutoba"

Click hereTo Download The Carnabeats' "Chu!Chu!Chu!"

24 August 2005 @ 09:42 pm
"Get Behind Me Satan and Push" was from Billie Jo Spears' 1968 (debut?) album Voice of Billie Jo Spears. Yeah, she looks like a sweet Southern girl, that is, until somebody steals her man. Then she'll summon the devil to help her scrap. That's tough...
Click HERETo download "Get Behind Me Satan and Push"

Irma Thomas had four kids and two ex-husbands by the time she was 20 years old. She then went on to record some of the best damn soul of the 1960s. Apparently, she was working as a waitress in a club and would occasionally sit in with the band leader, which led her to getting a record deal. Also, Darlene Love and the Blossoms supposedly backed Irma on some of her tracks. Maybe that's Darlene hand-clapping on "Break-A-Way"? Oh man, and the way "Wish Someone Would Care" opens? It doesn't get any better than that.
Click hereTo Download "Wish Someone Would Care"

Click hereTo Download "Break-A-Way"

13 July 2005 @ 09:50 pm
Elvis fan or not, these are great! Personally, I love Elvis. Whether it's Sun Records Elvis, '68 Comeback Elvis, Karate Elvis, or Fat Elvis, I can find virtue in any Elvis. Now, what we have here are my fav tracks from a CD compilation my friend made me of Elvis fuck-ups and rants. (Note: These are 5-6 minutes long each)
The first one is E. going off about what he calls "rumors" of him being on drugs, but he's clearly fucked-up on something while he's laying these "rumors" to rest. It's kills me the way he says "strung out!".
Click HereElvis sets the record straight and threatens to pull tongues out

This one is hilarious. God, you almost start to feel bad for him here. He's really out of his mind. Maybe it was because of the "tooth ache" he had that night...
Click HereE. talks about his bling and his divorce

05 July 2005 @ 07:14 pm
This week's MP3s are a couple by the queens of mascara and mini-skirts, The Ronettes.(before being introduced to Phil Spector'sWall of Hair ,er, I mean, Wall of Sound) If you've heard the Detroit Cobras' album "Life, Love, and Leaving", then you'll know the song "He Did It." Both songs are from the 1965 Colpix LP. All Music Guide calls their Colpix sound "generic", but I beg to differ. I mean, yeah, of course the Spector stuff sounds superior, but "generic"??? That's a bit harsh. Besides, AMG is on my shit list ever since they re-did their site and now they have ads and you have to become a member. Booo, AMG!
Click hereTo Download "He Did It"

Click hereTo Download "Recipe For Love"

02 July 2005 @ 10:58 am
Click hereWoman sells forehead as advertising space on Ebay
29 June 2005 @ 09:22 pm
Who are the Devil-ettes??? Well, they're a fab all-girl synchronized dance troupe from the Bay Area that LJ buddy Alex aka galexiegirl is a member of. Click on the pic to find out more.

My MP3 post this week is for the Devil-ettes or anybody else who wishes they had moves as sweet as these hot ladies. I put up a couple 60's French pop tunes, a couple songs from Italian films of the 1960's and a Dream Babes tune. Ready, Set, SHAKE!

Click hereTo Download Armando Trovaioli - Brillo Bollo

Click hereTo Download Serge Gainsbourg - Marilu

Click hereTo Download Gian Piereo Reverberi - Malizi Di

Click hereTo Download Samantha Jones - Go Ahead

Click hereTo Download Gillian Hills - Tu Mens
22 June 2005 @ 05:12 pm
I really do not know much about them other than they are French-Canadian and their recordings span from 1967-1972. Oh, and there stuff is crazy hard to find on CD, seriously, I think they made like 50 copies of this CD or something. Anyhow, the reason I wanted it was for their cover of Lee Hazlewood / Nancy Sinatra's "Sugar Town." I also posted their loungey style cover of the Beatles' "Fool on the Hill" and my fav song they did, "Avec toi je vivrai ma vie." Les Milady's = Not too shabby!

Click hereTo Download Les Milady's Sugartown

Click hereTo Download Les Milady's Le Fou Sur La Colline

Click hereTo Download Les Milady's Avec toi je vivrai ma vie

For Fans of Dusty...Try Julie

Click hereTo Download Julie Driscoll "Break It Up"
19 June 2005 @ 01:31 pm
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Current Mood: nauseatednauseated
24 May 2005 @ 12:24 am
If anybody wants to do some CD swapping, let me know. Here's a few things I'm looking for:
+ZouZou - L'intégrale
+Scott Walker - #3
+Anything by Chantal Goya
+Women in Lounge Vol.2 (I think Jessica aka easytempo may be able to hook me up with this one)
+The Litter - Distortions
+Rocky Volcano - Twistin' the Rock
+Morricone - Il Segreto
+Morricone - I Crudeli
+Twist Again Au Cine Vol.1
+Detroit Cobras - Baby
+Any of the Dream Babes volumes except for #4 and Girls Go Zonk (I already have those two)
+Piccioni - Camille 2000
+Anything by Mina
+France Gall - 1968
EDIT - One more I forgot about: Tim Hardin - Hang on to a Dream:The Verve Recordings

I think I'm pretty much caught up on CDs I promised people, except I need to make a Lee Hazlewood MGM set for Mike aka murdermystery. Call me on my bullshit if I owe you something!
Current Mood: geekygeeky
18 May 2005 @ 11:23 pm
Current Mood: artisticartistic
Current Music: Detroit Cobras ~ Out of This World
09 May 2005 @ 12:41 am
Random Lists....

Music I've Bought Recently...
-Fondas "Coming Now" on vinyl (bought in Olympia,WA)
-LA VITA AGRA / LA FUGA soundtracks by Piccioni
-LA BUGIARDA soundtrack by Ghiglia
-Cramps bootleg "Live in Paris" vinyl (also bought in Olympia)
-Loretta Lynn "You're Lookin' At Country" vinyl ($1 at the flea market)

Books I've recently read...
-Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich
-Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin
-Nigger by Dick Gregory
-Lady Sings the Blues by Billie Holiday
-Coffee Tea or Me by Trudy Baker & Rachel Jones
-The Meat You Eat by Ken Midkiff

Recently Watched
-All in the Family 5th season
-Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie (what a turd!)
-L'Horloger de Saint-Paul (The Clockmaker)
-Spinal Tap (#453534 viewing)
-watched the bonus scenes on the Spinal Tap DVD. I swear, there's enough on there to make another movie!
-Babyface:The Un-cut version at the Cinematheque theater
-Bill Hicks DVD

Random Thoughts
-I notice that this week in the media, when speaking of soldiers killed, they are referred to as "servicemen" instead of soldiers
-The other day at work, I wore a pair of shoes that I had NO BUSINESS wearing for a 12 hour shift. My dogs hurt sooo bad at the end of the day!
-I have not dyed my hair since Nov. Wow.
-Cats are especially cute when they snore.(Like Mr.K is doing now)
-Strawberries are in season and I couldn't be happier.
-There's a lot of crappy poetry on-line, especially on LJ
-I wish Bill Hicks was still alive
-There are adults, yes ADULTS, who do not know the difference between "your" and "you're"
-I'm officially off vacation from Ebay. I posted some auctions tonight and plan to do more this week.
-Living in Ohio is oppressive...

Random Picture:
Current Mood: blahblah
Current Music: Girls With Guitars
I heart 1970's Sally Struthers.
Current Music: Barry & The Remains
She's done it all, baby! Elegant band uniform modeling...

To classy photos for ebay's Vintage*Addiction...

To doing ads for Rossi Wine (at Nurse_Marbles' house at 2am wearing a Dollywood hat!)

She's my best girlie friend and I heart her!
Current Mood: sillysilly
17 September 2004 @ 12:04 am
Given that I would be the age I am now, but in 1970.