123: LEVI & THE ROCKATS -Room To Rock? (COMP)(LP)
For a facsimile of the original liner notes for this selection, including an interview with the artist and lyrics for this song from the original Rodney On The Roq Volume 2 album Flipside magazine insert please click here
|PBS 126: LEVI & THE ROCKATS - Live Louisiana Hayride (LP)|
123: LITTLE GIRLS -The Earthquake Song (COMP)(LP)
Included on Rodney On The Roq Volume 2.
Available on The Obscurity File CD, compilation released by Oglio Records and also on More Valley Girl Music released by Rhino and available through CD Now.
|For a facsimile of the original liner notes for this selection, including an interview with the artist and lyrics for this song from the original Rodney On The Roq Volume 2 album Flipside magazine insert please click here|
LIVE ACTION PUSSY SHOW - Monsterlove (CD)
Posh Boy's not just a California label anymore! From Germany, L.A.P.S. grinds! Another cover of Bloodstains!
151: LOUIS & CLARK - (EP)
ever a record was released for ulterior motives, this was it. Louis (formerly Greg)
Gutierrez had been in the group Salvation Army who changed their name to The Three
O'Clock. Posh Boy had heard Rodney play their remarkable demo and had met with the group.
The group wanted desperately to sign with Posh Boy and Robbie certainly wanted to work
with Michael Quercio, the group's singer with a very distinctive voice. But Robbie felt
the group needed another 6 months in the garage before recording. The group didn't want to
wait and recorded the very raw Salvation Army l.p., for Frontier; it was only later, with
more polished material did the group achieve some measure of success.
So when Robbie was approached by Louis' manager about releasing a record by his client, the decision to proceed had a lot to do with the chagrin felt over the previous missed opportunity. The fact that Louis' own version of "Walkin' Down Your Street", the song he wrote with Sue Hoffs for The Bangles was on the record was an added motivation.
Posh Boy was delighted to receive the following e-mail :
Phil Maturano here.
I played with Louis and Clark and recorded "Hollywood: Capacity Maximum" on your label, the only record we did unfortunatly. Do you have any more copies of it? I would like to get a hold of one for my collection!
Luis is a stockbrocker now and Mike and Joe are in a band called DA DA. My record is out now and I tour with my band and promote my instructional material as you probably saw on the website.
Posh Boy comments
Actually, Phil there was another record : the "All Nighter" soundtrack album that contained some other great Louis and Clark material. I have the master tapes in my closet and I know that your former manager Chris Lamson had said there was more unreleased material lying around. If we could only compile it all, we could finally do an L&C compact disc!
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|PBS 10: LOS MICROWAVES - Time To Get Up (45)|
|PBS 121: LOS MICROWAVES - Life After Breakfast (LP)(IP)|
Updated December 1999