A Memory Of Pete Shelley
Musician Pete Shelley died on Thursday. He was a founding member of one of the UK’s earliest and best Punk rock bands.
I shared some memories of my experience with the Buzzcocks and Pete Shelley.
This Cartoon Again?
Yes, I talked about the above cartoon again, because something else occurred to me when I listened to last week’s show.
President George H. W. Bush Died…
1) This live footage of the Buzzcocks in concert from 1981 is pretty cool.
2) Geologist/blogger/podcaster Sharon Hill’s response to being invited by a TV producer to maybe participate in yet another mystery-monger program. Her response (above) was brief, to the point, and way cool.
Music heard on the show…
First ad break bumpers: ‘Telephone Operator‘ & ‘Qu’est-Ce Que C’est Que Ca‘ by Pete Shelley
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