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Richard Wright here. The info listed here is outdated. Here's my updated info:
134-B Park Street (still in Burlington)
Geocities shut down in 2009, so no website
New e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the review of Space Hearse!
I love those Crowther Boys. They've really made an impact in VT and I truly believe in Justin's idea. It's simply "supply and demand" and he's on the forefront. GOOD LUCK, GOD'S SPEED, AND KEEP WORKING HARD!!!
This is great. Congrats and good luck! Fantastic Partnerz wanted to go vinyl on our new record—this would have affected our decision for sure.
Anything justin puts his mind to is gold. Good luck boys
Great story, fantastic idea, right place, right time, classic. Good luck to you guys.
What's next to see new life again?
It's a lifelong song, Dude... Keep it going and spread it around!
Congratulations Seth!! A well deserved award indeed!!
Nobody deserves it more than Seth. Nobody. He gives, he lives deep inside the music , and is always a joy. WBKM will proudly be there.
Waking Windows is the epitome of what an awesome, hyper-local music festival can be.
Stephen wentworth band Thanx for the review. Awsome we really enjoy what we do Thanx
Some of Hurley's musical associates have emphasized the comical side of his music, but the body of his work is much more, and is often infused with deep, though unsentimental, sadness. Hurley is also an excellent guitarist and a wonderful artist/cartoonist. His songs are distinctive, and he might have become really famous if he had been a self-promoter, which he's not, or had a canny agent. My own theory about the word "snock" is that it is derived from the Pennsylvania Dutch in the region where Hurley grew up, to mean "drink", as in the title of one of Michael's great solo albums, "High Fi Snock Uptown". Hurley's earliest album was, I believe, recorded on the Folkways traditional music label in the early 1960's.
I remember first listening to Hurley at Tuner's Place in St. Albans. I first ran into him when I put a couple of dollars worth of gas in his car when I worked as a pump-jockey at a filling station/convenience store in 1972 or so. I have had his stuff on vinyl (unfortunately it got sold by someone I entrusted it to many years ago), cassette (probably taped from that vinyl) and now in digital form. I will be there to listen to him tonight (4/25) in East Fairfield.
Hurley's songs are beautiful, strange, and truly musical-- he recorded for Folkways way back in the 60's-- and he's also a very accomplished guitarist and a wonderful artist/cartoonist. He could have been really famous, but he's chosen to duck out at crucial turning-point moments, totally unlike, say, Bob Dylan.
One of my favorite albums ever is Have Moicy, featuring Michael Hurley, The Unholy Modal Rounders, Jeffrey Frederick, & The Clamtones
They will also be playing the Windham Ballroom in Bellows Falls tomorrow night (4/9) at 8, if you live in the area. popolo.us
Photos of the event here:
Thanks, Gary... great article. Your readers might like to also know that we'll be at the Rusty Nail on Apr 4 and Red Square on Apr. 10.
I'm a 65 year young singer bass player, looking for a place to jam. Been in bands for decades. What night is the blues jam in Barre at Gusto's? Like to be a part of it.
A lovely shout out altho the absence of ladies saddens me -- the coolest women in the world run this town's creative sector s/o to them hi
Richard Wright here. The info listed here is outdated. Here's my updated info: 134-B Park Street (still in…