Wednesday, March 28, 2007

So what if it took three decades? The great lost Dictators tune 16 Forever is finally available to one 'n all! Backed with a cool demo version of Stay With Me this is your mandatory purchase for this week. (Available from the fine folks at Norton Records)
The last Thursday of the month, you say? Why, then SUSQUEHANNA INDUSTRIAL TOOL & DIE CO. must be at OTTO'S SHRUNKEN HEAD this week -- and with a mischievous baby on board, as in THE BABY MARIA! Yes, we'll be joined by our favorite little gypsy as we take to the Otto's stage for our regular monthly delivery of hillbilly "ballads, boogies & blues" -- all the while knowing that we'll be off and afar for the month of April and won't return to Otto's until the merry month that is May...

538 East 14th Street (just west of Avenue B) in Manhattan, NYC / /

With bartender Pam & DJ Scratchy / Two B-I-G shows, from 8:00 sharp until 10:00 /
No cover! /

Yours truly, Michael, Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co. "Ballads, Boogies & Blues"
Is this thing on? Well, only time will tell. While I get to grips with what needs to be installed and what doesn't and all that palaver, amuse yourself with this -
"gaun yersel' big fella!"

There also seems to be an issue with fonts so maybe this is the dawn of a slightly new look. Is this text too large? it's hard to tell on this end. The display seems to be different so it might take some settling into. The last thing I bloody want is to recreate "Raygun" on screen, It was bad enough on paper...