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"ray kube" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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08:03 min | 2 months ago

"ray kube" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Komo cure very influenced without a doubt by Marc Bolan and T rex. So you see it moving forward the eighties makeup and hair bands. Totally beautiful darkness. You WanNa look for an APP description right there. That is a great beautiful darkness at the very end of the documentary while I was taking notes took six pages of notes watching this because it was so many interesting facts. You really kind also gotta go back to the. Old Greek Myth Narcissus and echo because he loved to look in the mirror and look at himself as a child. Did you notice when you're looking at film of him when they're doing his close ups that he's doing that he's pouting to the mirror? The same as you were but it was pouting to the Cameron Mirror on the wall. Who's the fairest of them? Totally him you. Mark is Not Me but you mark mark that mark. Okay and LISTEN TO HIS MUSIC. Get to know him. His music is really feel. Good groovy music with a sexy flare. The sexiness is unbelievable but also what I found interesting towards the end of his career is how as he evolved in faded away. The teenage girls grew up and didn't take him with them. You know that's part of the equation and I think that might have been more for the UK where he was more of that team pop sensation in the US. The music didn't continue to be as great and that coincides with seeing you know The victims of World War in the hallways they can the shiny and it's not funny but because I believe in his head I was ovary real because what we feel when we're in places where things have happened. I can tell you because my experience in the bowels of the World Trade Center Museum are very real in its relates to that and I wasn't on psychotropic so I can tell you that I walked through Daqiao in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and you could feel the death and the coldness in cow outside of Munich without a doubt. So we're going Sunday. I totally understand that and Berlin was absolutely insane because at that time twenty years ago all the pipes were above ground because they have so many undetonated bombs they finally two hundred bombs a year undetonated in Germany because of the blistering they took from both sides in World War. Two like it's crazy. So they had to put all the oil and gas and water and electric pipes. All above ground did not know that so pretty fascinating. No other learn this walking tour but T. REX and this I found fascinating and I think it was visconti. Who shared this t? Rex came from a Ray. Bradbury book called Illustrated Man. One of my favorites. I have to read that one. I haven't read that one. It's all about a guy who's tattoos come to life you'll love it all. I'm reading that one. I just found my original eighties. Paperback version of a fellowship of the rings. When I was going through books to find rock books I came across it. It was so cool. Because we've been talking so much talk and the here. It comes out of the box and I went. Oh though the token you know and yeah a big influence on Mark Bowl and and as the decline continues drank la drank a lot. He came to write and everybody did that. Yeah everybody did that. So it's not like it was that was that bad. Or was that wrecking but they were drinking him. And Gloria Jones who he now was full along with like to drink so they would and as. He predicted his own death. He died in an accident with hard at the wheel. They she was driving a mini cooper. After they were out drinking and then dining in London in the early hours of September sixteenth. They hit a tree which is now a shrine and he died in the accident. And you can tell she has the look of someone who's had to live with fat for a long time but also you can see the joy and having known him and been part of his life to but that's what happened in you know. It was a tenuous hold at that point and that was pretty much it for T. Rex but you know what you know what lasts and he's right. I he's remembered long after the music was released. Here we are talking about him on a format that didn't even exist. Podcasting never even thought of anywhere. There is gone all these years and yet the influence both then and continuing through the decades is pretty astounding when you think about it not just because of who is on that list but because of the variety of genres or sub genres. That are influenced. You know you talked about Glam. Rock punk rock is influenced post PUNK INDIE POP Britpop all rock. What you guys are bands in the eighties. Totally in all and look at it you can handle Sauna Connections Van. Halen and tons of other people but absolutely Bush in the ramones. The New York dolls all site at them as influence. Susan the Banches Joyo without. Ram the Smith the pixies tricky. You can see it in all of them. Let's just on what's on one page that I found on the probably dozens more without a doubt that way. Bowling got what he wanted. He got exactly what he wanted. He set himself up perfectly for that year but he could have live longer than nine years and still have he didn't want sounds like an. It wasn't a purposeful accident but it was an accident. It just worked out that way and it seems that like the vision of the family in the Holocaust that reoccurring nightmare had. I'm GONNA guess that. He saw that accident multiple times in his dreams. I think you're probably right. It's you know. He seemed to be a person that could see that things would come in dreams and sometimes just in feel and He was open to problem. But the influence continues and I defy you to hear any of the Great T. Rex music and not move a little bit about music to me. That made it feel something different. Something really good and it was the searing guitars and the words. The feel of T. Rex. That's part of their legacy. The biggest pars and some of the songs. If you're not very familiar with the T. rex some of his early stuff. Like hippy Gumbo Sarah Crazy child to check out. T. Rex recommend like by the light of the magical moon. Of course jeep. Stir Bang a gong throwing spotify type in t rex and see what comes up and start making notes and start listening good starting point and then go find it yourself. Some good stuff. There warrior is a great album. You're never going to be sorry. You have in your collection and if you get that listen to it from front to back all the way through all I'm gonNA listen to back to front. Oh really well. You can do that with today's G. G. will which we couldn't do back then. No we couldn't one on vinyl and on CD so listen to it on the ride home. Excellent excellent. Well that's going to do it for this episode of the Imbalance History Rock and roll brought to you by crooked eye brewery. Find them online at crooked eye. Brewery DOT COM. 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"ray kube" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"ray kube" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So you know. I wish that everybody that deserving the bands and artists that can congratulate you for them on the rock and Roll Hall of fame or ignoring parts that it's been there and open in the door and by the way had those artists wouldn't have been a role in film magazine. There wouldn't be a rock and Roll Hall of fame. That's true that's where we're going to leave your brother at the my buddy neander Paul the mark in the Interpol show on Kfi LX mornings in Phoenix. Thanks for being with us here on the inbound history a rocket row you do wear Parkas when it's sixty degrees breath no marcus. I think that conversation could've gone on for another hour easily. There's so much to talk about that. We didn't even discuss I do crannies. We didn't get into all of our personal peeves and all that stuff but you know I think after talking all morning on his radio show and talking to us for a while. I think we got everything at all. I'm sure he's in the quiet room for the rest of the day. You could find him on the market. neanderthal shows okay S. L. X. in Phoenix every day. And he's always on the Internet. You can find him on facebook and stuff. He's a great follow. And you could follow us while you're there if you don't already do so on facebook it's the imbalance history of rock and roll on twitter. It's imbalanced his Co.. Without the WI. Thank you twitter and then of course You you can follow our personal pages as well Ray Kube Radio and Marcus in the darkest obscene people from the podcast. Showing up on on my on my so. Yeah if you're following are imbalanced history of rock and roll check us out as well on our social media pages email always works. We see some of you making comments on the website. That's good too. But e mail is imbalance history at G MAIL DOT COM. We had a beer in the middle of this. I think we need another one zero absolutely Nelson Serious condo about the Rock Hall while we head to Crooked Brooke it I think on it all. We'll say see until next time here on the imbalance history of rock and roll..

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