haha neil... too bad i lost my password to neil land. i've been too busy over the last few years to figure my way around that.
i have a friend who's big into justin townes earle. that's actually another one i want to give a listen to when i get a moment.
Primus 3D Tour Dates and Details ::Primus News ::antiMusic.com
so far, no Ca. dates. I NEED to finally go see Primus.Primus will be embarking on a unique 3D tour this fall that will feature two sets per evening. They sent over the dates and these details:
Being that this is the first-ever traveling 3D-enhanced live musical performance, this groundbreaking tour is sure to provide a one-of-a-kind psychedelic experience, further enhanced by the fact that every show will also feature Quad Surround Sound.
Primus teamed with 3D Live from Burbank, CA to create original 3D content for this tour. Audience members will be given 3D glasses in order to fully experience a visual and audio performance like no other.
as a fan of ALBUM cover art(yup...old) I found this sad
Led Zeppelin cover artist dies | News | Classic Rock
Classic Rock has learned of the death of cover artist Zacron, real name Richard Drew, best known as the sleeve designer for Led Zeppelin III. Drew died in January this year from bowel cancer but his estranged family have only just learned of his passing.
Zacron was born in Sutton, Surrey in 1943, and studied with Eric Clapton and members of the Yardbirds at Kingston College of Art between 1957-60. During this time he met fellow art student Jimmy Page and the pair reconnected in 1969 when Zacron was commissioned to do the sleeve for III. The artist took four months to complete the distinctive sleeve, featuring a rotating cardboard disc that revealed different images through holes in the sleeve as it was turned. The idea originated with Jimmy Page (based on a crop rotation volvelle) but the guitarist has since commented that he thought the finished product “very teeny-bopperish”.