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Filming a promo as Josie & the Pussycats for Riverside Prom! Coming May 10th! Theme: Sat morning cartoons. (at www.riversideprom.com)

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Filming a promo as Josie & the Pussycats for Riverside Prom! Coming May 10th! Theme: Sat morning cartoons. (at www.riversideprom.com)

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i’ve spent the last few days with wayne and the flaming lips and all of their amazing friends and girlfriends.  and family and students and etc etc in oklahoma city.  it does make me sort of long for life in a small city filled with nice people where everything is 15 minutes away from everything else and there’s no traffic…

one of the most amazing things that wayne and co. have done in oklahoma city is ‘the womb’.  an old factory/garage that they’ve colonized.

it houses:
a womb.
a giant vagina.
a huge damian hirst spin art painting on the ceiling.
lots of disco balls.
tons of props and lights and offices and storage.
chocolate skulls.
a silver pillow structure.
more disco balls.
more lights.
number of the beast silver balloons.

it is, in short, vaguely akin to doing drugs without actually doing drugs.  and this was during the daytime.  i could imagine entering the womb at night and not leaving for a month.  the pictures only give about 1/100th of the sense of what it is.  and that it’s in oklahoma city, the capital of the most conservative/republican state in the country, is even more amazing.
 

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pharrfromheaven asked: Hi there John. have you ever listened to any Mexican and/or Mexican-American music? If so, do you have any favorite artists or songs?

johndarnielle:

I got pretty into Spanish-language (mainly Mexican) pop when I worked on a Spanish-language unit at a hospital in the early 90s. proper corridos were the bigger deal. I remember Vicente Fernandez selling out a big multiple-night stand at the Coliseum. My girlfriend back then was into cumbias and Norteño music but she hipped me to Juan Gabriel (we saw him live, he did “Siempre en mi Mente” of course, it was a moment) and so I got curious about Ana Gabriel and Mí Mexico was brand new at the time and that album, as everybody who’s heard it knows I think, is a straight-up all-time masterpiece. Ana Gabriel’s music has gotten me through thick and thin and I saw her live around the same time but she didn’t do “Es Demaciado Tarde” which is probably for the best because I would have collapsed. 

I was into Los Tigres del Norte back then like everybody else though it was right around the time when they’d started making their songs more positive and less lawless. After I moved to Chicago in ‘95 I lost touch with Mexican pop but I still listen to Ana Gabriel a lot and go through phases where she’s all I want to listen to. If pressed I could probably still sing the chorus to “Tus Mentiras” by Los Bukis and I remember Los Yonics being a deal back then but that’s about all I really knew of the pop end. I dug Rocio Durcal. I think Chalino Sanchez was a major major talent and it sucks that he died so young. So the short answer is “yes, a long time ago, probably the stuff I’m into is what people’s dads are into.”

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Elf Power opening for Neutral Milk Hotel, 04/11/2014.

A nice little tribute to Bill Doss. I was choked up. 

Elf Power opening for Neutral Milk Hotel, 04/11/2014.

A nice little tribute to Bill Doss. I was choked up. 

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Bill Murray - Space Jam 1996

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Bill Murray - Space Jam 1996

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The pilot episode aired on April 8, 1990.