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“Disappointing Todd Rundgren gigs, Tascam 4 track cassette recorders, animal oddities, The Monkees, cider, children’s tv shows from the 80′s and sci-fi movies (good and bad) are all ingredients to the sounds of Dr Cosmo’s Tape Lab.”




Released 30 March 2015 via Sugarbush Records, vinyl available from HERE, and their bandcamp, HERE.

Dr Cosmo’s Tape Lab, hailing from Glasgow, UK, comprises of Stuart Kidd (ex. Owsley Sunshine, vocals/drums/guitar) and Joe Kane (one time BMX Bandito, vocals/casiotone/bass synth).


Sweet Dreams presents
Pop Brothers from Glasgow World Premiere Tour in Japan
ダグラス・T・スチュワート(BMXバンディッツ)+ユージン・ケリー(ヴァセリンズ)+ノーマン・ブレイク(ティーンエイジ・ファンクラブ)のジャパン・ツアー2013

もうすぐ、もうすぐ….。

10月18日(金)東京・渋谷 オ・ネスト
10月19日(土)東京・下北沢 富士見丘教会
10月20日(日)東京・渋谷 7th FLOOR
10月22日(火)松本 ALECX
10月23日(水)名古屋 Live & Lounge Vio
10月24日(木)大阪 コンパス
10月25日(金)京都 アバンギルド
10月26日(土)浜松 ZOOT HORN ROLLO


なかにはチケット予約を終了した公演もありますので、
詳細はコチラ、スウィート・ドリームス・プレスで。



geomck


Douglas T Stewart – Call Me (Chris Montez cover)


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Duglas T Stewart, Norman Blake and National Jazz Trio of Scotland  – Flim Flam Flum (Ivor Cutler)


BMX Bandits with Evie Sands – Witchi Tai To.
Live at the ABC, Glasgow, Scotland 16th July 2006.
The band consists of Duglas TStewart (of course), Gabriel Telerman, Jamie Cameron, Davie Scott,Stuart Kidd, Rachel McKenzie and Jim McCulloch. (geomck)


by sunshinetunes67 (Thanks!) 
 
‘Witchi Tai To’ was written by Jim Pepper (1941-1992), he was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer of Native American ancestry.  Here is a description about the song from Wiki,

Of Kaw and Creek heritage, Pepper also achieved notoriety for his compositions combining elements of jazz and Native American music. Don Cherry and Ornette Coleman encouraged Pepper to reflect his roots and heritage and incorporate it into his jazz playing and composition. His ‘Witchi Tai To’ (derived from a peyote song of the Native American Church which he had learned from his grandfather) is the most famous example of this hybrid style; the song has been covered by many other artists including Harper’s Bizarre, Ralph Towner (with and without Oregon), Jan Garbarek, and Brewer & Shipley. Pepper supported the American Indian Movement.