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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sunday Morning Going Up

posted by on September 14 at 19:57 PM

What a way to wake up: I arose at 11:10 am to Little Sister’s single “Stanga,” an obscure classic that Sly Stone wrote and produced for um, his little sister, Vet, and which is actually one of his best efforts. Props to the KEXP show Preachin’ the Blues host Johnny Horn, whose set from 11 am-noon was all killer; I need to make a point of catching more of his program every week.

I was mildly hung over from the Stranger’s Genius Award party Saturday night, but this low-key, high-friction funk nugget efficiently brushed away the brain cobwebs and alleviated the pain. Mr. Horn, I want to thank you fa lettin me be mice elf agin.


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horn got hit in the glasses introducing on fisher green at bmbrsht. someone threw a peanut or something. he paused and proceeded. total pro.

Posted by ndrwmtsn | September 14, 2008 9:29 PM

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