Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, June 25, 2014
New & Local Releases + Folkicide +
Out Here Now – KC LGBT Film Festival with Jamie Rich & Nick Corporon
+ Kyle Pugh & Evan Senn and their film: “Blind Guy”
1. The Belle Brigade – “Ashes”
from: Ashes 7″ Single/ ATO Records / 2013
[Also available on “Just Because” the follow up to their 2011 self titled debut.]
[The Belle Brigade played Starlight Theatre, last night, June 24, opening for Ray LaMontagne.]
2. John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons – “Set it Fire”
from: Organ Donor Blues / Lakeshore Records / June 24, 2014
[John Velghe – vocals, guitar, piano, and rhodes with The Prodigal Sons: Mike Alexander on guitars and vocals, Chris Wagner on bass guitar and vocals, Matt Anderson on Drum Kit, Michael Walker on Trombone, Sam Hughes on Saxophones, and Hermon Mehari on Trumpet. With Kirsten Paludan on vocals, and Josh Quint on pedal steel. Alejandro Escovedo shares his vocals on three album tracks and plays guitars on a few others. Produced by John Velghe. Recording and Mastering was Engineered by Duane Trower. Recorded and Mastered at Weights and Measures Soundlab, Kansas City, MO. Mixing and additional Recording at Guttersnipe Recording Co. Kansas City, MO.]
3. Sturgill Simpson – “Built By Design”
from: Metamodern Sounds In Country Music / High Top Mountain Records / May 13, 2014
[Sturgill Simpson – vocals/acoustic guitar/backing vocals, Laur Joamets – electric & slide guitar , Kevin Black – bass guitar , Miles Miller – drums/percussion/ backing vocals, Mike Webb – keyboards/mellotron , Dave Cobb – classical guitar/percussion. Produced & Engineered by Dave Cobb , Assistant Engineers – Justin Herlocker & John Netti . Mixed by Dave Cobb & Sturgill Simpson. Mastered by Pete Lyman, Infrasonic Mastering. All tracks recorded at LCS in Nashville, TN.]
4. Conor Oberst – “Zigzagging Toward the Light”
from: Upside Down Mountain / Nonesuch Records / May 16, 2014
[Conor Oberst plays KC, Wed, July 2, at 8:00 pm at CrossroadsKC, 417 E. 18th St, KCMO with Dawes]
5. Radkey – “Feed My Brain”
from: Feed My Brain 7″ Single / Little Man Records / June 10, 2014
[Radkey is a St. Joesph based band made up of three teenage brothers Darrion, Isaiah, and Solomon. Their influences include The Who and Nirvana.]
[Radkey plays Belfast tonight, and Dublin tomorrow night on their European tour that lasts through the first week of July.]
10:24 – Underwriting
6. Folkicide – “Little Nihilist”
from: Meaningless Glare of Broken Human Beings / Independent / June 15, 2014
10:30 – Interview with Folkicide
KC based singer-songwriter, Folkicide, has described his music as “despair-core” and writes that his vision of constructive pessimism, he hopes in time, will be recognized as a new acoustical genre, fully devoted to the documentation of the delightful futility of existence. Since 2010 Folkicide has released 4 full-length recordings and one EP, writing and arranging and recording over 60 tracks. He adds to his discography with a new album of 13 songs called, “Meaningless Glare of Broken Human Beings” Engineered and mastered mid-August by David Moore at Merriam Shoals Studio. The album also features guest artists: Jason Beers, Betse Ellis, Mike Walker, Darren Welch and Marco Pascolini. More info at http://www.folkicide.bandcamp.com
Folkicide brought along one of the guest artists on his new record, Marco Pascolini. Marco is also a member of Mr. Marcos V7, Expassionates, Brannock Device, and The Naughty Pines, Dead Voices.
7. Folkicide w/ Marco Pascolini – “Melodic Screams” (Live)
also on: Meaningless Glare of Broken Human Beings / Independent / June 15, 2014
“Meaningless Glare of Broken Human Beings” was engineered and mastered by David Moore at Merriam Shoals Studio, last Summer.
The artwork created for the album covers and for Folkicide shows involves the process of collage.
8. Folkicide – “The Little Death” (features Betse Ellis on Violin)
from: Meaningless Glare of Broken Human Beings / Independent / June 15, 2014
9. Jack White – “Alone In My Home”
from: Lazaretto / Third Man Records / June 10, 2014
[Born the youngest of ten children, raised in Southwest Detroit and a resident of Nashville since 2005, Jack White is one of the most prolific and renowned artists of the past fifteen years.]
[Jack White plays The Midland Monday, August 18, in a SOLD OUT show.]
10. Curtis Harding – “Keep On Shining”
from: Soul Power / Burger Records / April 24, 2012
[The Michigan-bred, Atlanta-based singer-songwriter, and backup singer and writer for Cee-Lo Green and as a member of Night Sun, the lo-fi soul project he formed with Cole Alexander of The Black Lips. His first-ever solo album, Soul Power, was recorded at the Living Room Studios in Atlanta with Justin McNeight and Edward Rawls, who has worked with the Black Lips and the Coathangers. BURGER RECORDS in Fullerton, California, is a record store, and record company, that call themselves a rock n roll philanthropic quasi-religious borderline-cultish propaganda spreading group of suburban perma-teen mutants. More info at: http://www.burgerrecords.org]
11. Loose Park – “Dangerous Work”
from: Monstrous / Wreckroom / June 4, 2013
[Brand new music from Kansas City based band formed in June 2013 with Matthew Dunehoo on guitar, vocals; Beckie Trost on Bass guitar; and Mike Myers on Drums . This trio are also members/former members of Doris Henson/Baby Teardrops/Ecstatics, The String & Return/In The Pines/Spacesuit, and Soft Reeds.]
[Loose Park play Lawrence Field Day Fest, at The Bottleneck, Friday, June 27, at 11:30.]
11:00 – Station ID
12. Monta At Odds– “I’m A Nexux Type”
from: Robots of Munich / Haymaker Records / 2014
[5th full length release from Kansas City, Kansas based band formed by brothers Dedric and Delaney Moore. Their upcoming vinyl release of “Robots of Munich” will be released on the new record label created by Brenton Cooke called Haymaker Records. Robots of Munich was release on Cassette on RSD, April 19, 2014]
[Monta At Odds play the recordBar, Friday, June 27, at 10:00 pm in a live visual exploration of works created by Barry Anderson for the Janus Restraint with music by Monta At Odds, Redder Moon and Cortland Gibson of Organized Crimes. As a bonus it will be the Redder Moon EP release party.]
11:04 – Interview with Jamie Rich, Brent Husher, Avery Ford, and Nick Corporon
Jamie Rich, is Director, of the 2014 OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival, June 26 – July 3, at Tivoli Cinemas, in Westport. Joining us in the conversation about this year’s festival is Brent Husher, who was part of this year’s screening team that watched most of the submissions this year. Brent also handles all social media for the festival. Also joining us is Avery Ford from the OUT HERE NOW organizing committee.
As part of OUT HERE NOW’S on going commitment to support the work of local filmmakers, last year it produced its first original short film directed by Lisa Marie Evans entitled OUTWRITE. This year, the festival is helping rising, young native Kansas City filmmaker, Nick Corporon, with the launch of his feature film.
Nick will be at opening night of the festival, Friday, June 27, to discuss his new feature length film “Retake.” Nick joined us on the phone from LA.
Nick Corporon, grew up in the Kansas City area.
One of Nick’s most popular short films is called “Barbie Boy” which won the top prize in the Kansas City LGBT Film Festival in 2011. BARBIE BOY has gone on to be shown in festivals around the world. Nick talked about what that film is about and why its story has had such international appeal.
The 2014 OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival
Thursday, June 26 – Celebration of Courage Screenings
A New Comedy/Musical – Midwest Premiere
WAITING IN THE WINGS
THUR JUNE 26 | 7:00PM
This star-studded romantic comedy and musical is one of the most delightful and charming films of the year. Two entertainers destined for the big time are mistakenly mismatched in a casting office and end up in two VERY different shows. Tony (Adam Huss), a beefy male stripper from New York, is erroneously cast in an Off-Broadway musical and needs to trade in his tear-away briefs for a tux and tap shoes…while Anthony (Jeffrey A. Johns), a naive musical theatre enthusiast from Montana, is cast in an All-Male Strip Show and forced to decide if he can put modesty aside to pay the rent. Hilarity ensues as they realize that “to make it” they need to learn some new tricks. Two dancers and two dreams makes for one very mixed up musical. Featuring Lee Meriwether, Shirley Jones, Sally Struthers & Christopher Atkins. It’s a treat for anyone who has ever dared to step on the stage. (You should go watch the trailer now!) Meet Writer/Producer/Actor Jeffrey A. Johns who will be in attendance at this premiere screening celebrating the courage to follow your dreams. An audience Q&A with Jeffrey follows.
13. Waiting in The Wings – PROMO
from: OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival 2014 June 26 – July 3 at The Tivoli
Friday, June 27 – 2014 OFFICIAL OPENING NIGHT SELECTIONS
Nick Corporon “Retake”
FRI JUNE 27 | 5:30PM
Kansas City area native Nick Corporon has directed several award-winning short films including the internationally acclaimed BARBIE BOY which took top honors in our 2011 festival. Nick is back in his hometown as part of the launch for his first feature length film entitled RETAKE. At this free opening night event, you’ll learn more about Nick’s new film and be treated to a screening of BARBIE BOY. Come meet a rising young filmmaker
and celebrate and support the work of a local talent ready to take that next step in his already notable career.
TO BE TAKEI
FRI JUNE 27 | 7:00PM
A star’s trek for life, liberty and love. George Takei doesn’t shy away from digging into his remarkable career and personal life in this delightful and incisive biography. As a child forced into Japanese-American internment camps, the actor-turned-activist reveals the ways that racism affected him well into his early acting career. Even after landing the iconic role of Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, Takei’s sharp eye, coupled with his wicked sense of humor, continued to challenge the status quo. Now at 76, Takei and his husband, have become the poster couple for marriage equality, highlighting homophobia through TV interviews and hilarious skits, many of which have gone viral and garnered widespread attention. Whether dishing on William Shatner or parodying comments of notable homophobes, Takei proves time and again why his presence in popular culture remains as fresh and necessary as ever.
14. To Be Takei – PROMO
from: OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival 2014 June 26 – July 3 at The Tivoli
FRI JUNE 27 | 9:00PM
The dashing Ben Whishaw (JAMES BOND:SKYFALL and CLOUD ATLAS) and legendary actress Cheng Pei Pei (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) star in an intimate and thoughtful film about love, loss and connection. Mourning the recent death of his lover Kai, Richard (Whishaw) reaches out to Kai’s mother Junn (Pei Pei), a Chinese-Cambodian woman who has never learned English during her years in London. Kai was Junn’s lifeline to the world, though he never came out to her. With delicate power and humor, LILTING explores the pleasures and pains of communication, and offers a sophisticated portrait of a gay male relationship that goes beyond the first flushes of love to the heights and bittersweet depths of sharing a life with someone. A critically acclaimed festival must-see.
Saturday, June 28 – SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
an evening of extra-fabulous entertainment co-presented by CAMP + Industry Video Bar
SAT JUNE 28 | 4:45PM
Tru is a serial bed-hopping lesbian who cannot commit to a relationship or a job for long. Restless by nature and wounded by the past, she gets by on her wits, her considerable good looks and charm but at the ripe old age of 37, it is all starting to wear a little thin. Then she meets Alice, a beautiful 60-year old widow, who has come to town at the last minute to visit her daughter, Suzanne, a too-busy corporate lawyer who is also a friend of Tru’s. When Tru agrees to meet Alice and let her into Suzanne’s house (for which she mysteriously has a key) sparks fly and Alice and Tru begin forging an unlikely friendship and more. Suzanne, who has a deeply conflicted relationship with her mother and a complicated and a secret past with Tru, becomes increasingly alarmed at the growing bond between Tru and her mother. But it backfires, as “Tru Love” is hard to contain. When love finds you, rules and roles don’t apply.
15. Tru Love – PROMO
from: OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival 2014 June 26 – July 3 at The Tivoli
THE 10 YEAR PLAN
SAT JUNE 28 | 7:00PM
Following on the success of his previous hits, IS IT JUST ME? and eCUPID, director J.C. Calciano is back with another sexy romantic comedy you’re sure to enjoy! Myles (Jack Turner) and Brody (Michael Adam Hamilton) are best friends with two very different ways of finding love. Myles, a handsome and successful lawyer as well as a hopeless romantic, wants nothing more than to find the man of his dreams to share his life with. His best friend Brody, a hunky and hot Los Angeles police officer, sleeps with every man he meets in an attempt to avoid feeling unloved. Fearing what will become of them when they get older, the two friends make a pact: to be a couple in ten years if neither one has found true love. Now two months shy of their deadline, both friends set off to do whatever it takes to avoid ending up as each other’s last resort. Check out the film’s trailer at our website then come out for a night of fun.
SAT JUNE 28 | 9:15PM
If John Waters were to direct a John Hughes film using the cast of “Strangers With Candy,” you’d get this hilariously twisted take on an 80’s high school movie. New girl Cassie and school outcast Maggie are easily the most unpopular girls at their high school. Together, they decide the way to win the hearts of cute boys and popular girls is to enter– and win–the annual Talent Show. But rivals Heather, Other Heather, and their popular boyfriends Dirk and Brett will stop at nothing to keep Cassie and Maggie the laughing stock of the school. It’s going to take courage, a make over, and maybe even a rap battle to beat them in true 80s style. It’s a fun, smart cast brimming with zany charm plus special appearances by camp classic favorites Cassandra Peterson and Judy Tenuta. This fun-filled, late night screening will hosted by some of Kansas City’s favorite local entertainers. See who’s coming at our website.
SUNDAY, June 29 – CENTERPIECE SUNDAY
SUN JUNE 29 | 5:00PM
A charming story of an encounter between a lost tourist and a female bus driver late one night on the way from the airport. This colorful, funny and insightful film feels like a lesbian equivalent of “Before Sunset” as two young women wander the warm nighttime streets, talking, having fun and gradually coming under each other’s spell. As the pair talk more deeply about what they want from life. But despite that fact that they seem very similar, one is hiding a secret and the other is simply trying to find her place in the world. The charisma of two leads make DUAL so watchable. Beautifully shot, the perfectly fitting soundtrack by Danish female duo Monkey Cup Dress, whose song “Cold Heart” is lip-synched by the cast at the start of the film, helps set up the warm, whimsical and romantic nature of the film. The perfect choice for this year’s OUT HERE NOW Women’s Centerpiece Screening.
MY STRAIGHT SON
SUN JUNE 29 | 7:30PM
Diego, a young and successful photographer, lives in the glamorous but shallow and excessive world of fashion. A tragic accident turns his world upside down; his partner Fabrizio is now in a coma. Unexpectedly, and right at this inopportune time, Diego’s estranged son Armando shows up. Now, both of them have to adapt to each other; Armando to the unknown, homosexual world of his father, and Diego to the closed attitude of his teenage son. One father, one son. Both of them will need to fix their differences and everything depends on how you look at it. This remarkable Venezuelan film with its critically acclaimed script and the many notably funny and touching supporting acting performances – was the recent winner of the 2014 Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film and our choice as this year’s Men’s Centerpiece Screening.
MONDAY, June 30
MON JUNE 30 | 5:45PM
This commanding, new documentary explores how strength, power, dominance and masculinity influence gay male sexuality. Thought provoking and controversial, sometimes unsettling, yet brutally honest in its approach, this film dares to shatter illusions and raise complex issues regarding gay male sexuality. With interviews from influential academics to sex symbols and everyone in between, we gain a range of perspectives into the maze of conflicting attitudes regarding masculinity, power and sexual behavior. The director encounters 15 gay men whose sexuality revolves around power, dominance and control. The camera voyeuristically captures their sexual interactions providing insightful conversations, some of which are captured after actual sexual encounters allowing unusual access to the deeper, psychological aspects of sexuality.
2014 Jury Award – Feature Film
THE WAY HE LOOKS
MON JUNE 30 | 7:45PM
This sweet, charming, engaging coming-of-age story is truly a gem for audience members of all ages. Leonardo is a blind teenager dealing with an overprotective mother while trying to live a more independent life. To the disappointment of his best friend, Giovana, he plans to go on an exchange program abroad. When Gabriel, a cute new student in town, arrives at their classroom, new feelings blossom in Leonardo making him question his plans. Based on the director’s globally acclaimed short film, I Don’t Want To Go Back Alone, Daniel Ribeiro has masterfully re-crafted his touching story of young love into a full- length film. The recipient of our festival’s Jury Award for outstanding feature film, this Midwest premiere screening is co-hosted by PFLAG-Kansas City and PASSAGES-KC.
Tuesday, July 1 – DIRECTOR’S SHOWCASE NIGHT
TUES JULY 1 | 5:45PM
In this beautiful and uplifting gay romance, two teen track stars discover first love as they train for the biggest relay race of their young lives. Chiseled Dutch phenom Gijs Blom stars as Sieger, a thoughtful 15-year-old who grapples mightily with his emerging gayness. Equally handsome Ko Zandvliet co-stars as his love interest, the spirited and outgoing Marc. In their boyish summer courtship the two of them swim, bike, run and share ice creams and kisses as they gradually find the courage to be vulnerable with one another. The romance between them unfolds with a palpable sense of longing and an aching sequence of heartache as Sieger tries to fight the inevitable. With its authentic and perfectly poignant tone BOYS ranks as one of the most wholesomely romantic gay teen films ever. See the film’s trailer online at our website to know more.
2014 Director’s Showcase Screening
OUT TO KILL
TUES JULY 1 | 7:45PM
A flashy, fleshy, gay-themed murder mystery from award- winning filmmaker Rob Williams with popular gay singer/ songwriter Tom Goss in his feature film debut. When gay private investigator Jim Noble moves into a beautiful loft complex in Tampa, he never expects to find his first case literally right outside his door – the corpse of up-and- coming singer Justin Jaymes floating in the pool right in the middle of the building’s courtyard. When he’s hired to solve the crime, Jim quickly learns that everyone in the complex has secrets, and that someone was willing to kill to keep their secrets hidden. Meet Director Rob Williams and lead actor Tom Goss who will both be in attendance at this Midwest Premiere of their film. (Also starring Mark Manning.) Rob and Tom will offer an Audience Q&A following.
Wednesday, July 2 – LIKEME® LIGHTHOUSE NIGHT
2014 Jury Award – Documentary
WED JULY 2 | 5:45PM
At a time when gender non-conforming people are marginalized and mistreated the world over, KUMU HINA presents an intimate portrait of a proud and confident mahu (transgender) teacher who is passing on ancient Hawaiian culture and traditions to her students as she searches for love and a fulfilling romantic relationship in her own life. Over the course of a momentous year, Hina inspires a tomboyish young girl to claim her place as leader of a boys’ hula troupe, and takes a chance at happiness when she marries a man who finds it difficult to adjust to life in modern Honolulu. As the trials and tribulations of Hina’s journey unfold, her Hawaiian roots and values give her the strength and wisdom to persevere, offering viewers a rare glimpse of island life that tourists rarely see and an understanding of the true meaning of aloha — unconditional love and respect for all.
WED JULY 2 | 7:45PM
A mix of over-the-top comedy, sharp wit, and pathos, HETEROSEXUAL JILL rides the edge of laughter and pain, desire and repression, and explores the complicated attachment to one’s sense of self in the face of love. Unable to make progress with her ex-lesbian conversion path, a neurotic “All American” Jill tracks down her butch ex-girlfriend Jamie to prove to herself that she is no longer attracted to her. Strung along by guilt and desire, Jamie agrees to the preposterous plan of “dating” Jill so that Jill can close this chapter of her life and move forward with men. Meanwhile, David and Lola compete for the affections of José , a sexually ambiguous and seductive man from Brazil. As complications arise with Jill and Jamie’s relationship, Jill starts to see José as her ticket out. However, when the love triangles shift and realign, Jamie has her own identity crisis that she is ill-equipped to handle.
Thursday, July 3 – CLOSING NIGHT
2014 Out Here Now Shorts Showcase & Competition
THUR JULY 3 | 5:45PM
At this popular annual closing night event, you get to vote for the film that will win this year’s Short Film Competition and receive the cash prize. (No admission charge, donation at the door.) Watch the previews at our website, then come vote for your favorite of this year’s three finalists:
GRIND – a flashy short film musical that takes a sexy and artistic look at the ways we connect in today’s multi screened hook up culture and asks, “Do you REALLY know who you’re talking to?” Stars Anthony Rapp (RENT).
RONNY & I – A young man comes to terms with his sexuality and his hidden love for his best friend.
SECRETS & TOYS – a delightful short film where a surprise visit, a bumbling bestie, and many years of tight-lipped deception cause EVERYONE’S ish to hit the fan.
JOHN APPLE JACK
THUR JULY 3 | 7:45PM
For this year’s closing night film, we’re serving up a fresh romantic comedy about a Playboy learning to LOVE and a Virgin learning to LIVE. As kids, John and Jack were best friends. Twenty years later, they’ve grown apart and now barely recognize each other. A handsome gay man and heir to a restaurant empire, John lives with extravagance – champagne, fast cars and fast men – bedding nearly every hot guy in town. Jack is a working-class, line cook at John’s flagship restaurant. But when Jack learns his sister is about to marry his childhood crush, Jack, a light bulb flicks on, passions ignite and the wedding must suddenly be stopped! The spoilt, promiscuous John was once easy for Jack to ignore. But a newer, penniless, more soulful man may soon prove too hard to kick to the curb. The challenge for both John and Jack is to find a way to blend money, sex, love and family into one sumptuous recipe for life.
Tickets at http://www.OutHereNow.com
or Tivoli Cinemas Box Office 4050 Pennsylvania, in Westport Manor Square
All Seats $8.50 (Shows after 6:00pm) $6.75 (Shows before 6:00pm)
The 2014 OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival, June 26 through July 3, at Tivoli Cinemas, in Westport.
More info at: http://www.OutHereNow.com
17. Sharon Van Etten – “Afraid of Nothing”
from: Are We There / Jagjaguar / May 27, 2014
11:34 – Underwriting
11:35 – Interview with Kyle Pugh & Evan Senn
Kyle Pugh is a 28 year old image-maker from Kansas City, Missouri. He is originally from Cameron, Missouri and studied graphic design at park University. A year ago he left the advertising world to create: Brigade Visual Support, a Midwest-based collective operating out of Kansas City, Missouri and Wichita, Kansas. The company handles photography, cinematography, still editing, and motion editing.
Evan H. Senn is a camera operator and editor residing in the Midwest of the United States. Born and raised in Kansas, Evan had early attraction to images, both moving and still. After receiving a film-degree, Evan worked in the advertising world and after 5 years in commercial film-making, Evan made the choice to venture off on his own, to help create Brigade Visual Support.
11:36 – Interview with Kyle & Evan about “Blind Guy” film
Brigade Visual Support is a Midwest-based collective operating out of Kansas City, Missouri and Wichita, Kansas. Their newest short film “Blind Guy” featuring Jim “The Blind Guy” Hoschek will be released July 1 through their website at: http://www.thisisbrigade.com.
The film “Blind Guy” will also make it’s theatrical premiere on Monday, June 30 at 7:45 pm at The Tivoli Theater as part of the 2014 OUT HERE NOW: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival.
18. Sam Billen – “It Is Not A Lie”
from: Places / Primary Colors Collective / September 15, 2012
[From Lawrence, Kansas, In 2009, Sam Billen released Headphones & Cellphones with The Record Machine. It was his first his first solo record in 5 years since leaving Northern Records who also released his decade-long band, The Billions, who disbanded in 2008. After the break up of the Billions, Sam took some time to focus on making his own music and starting a family. Sam works full time at the University of Kansas, and started a new business, Primary Colors Music. Sam joined us live on Wednesday MidDay Medley on November 22, 2012 where Sam played LIVE in our 90.1 FM sdtudios.]
19. Attic Light – “Market (clean)”
from: Different Shades of Black / Independent / June 27, 2014
[Formed in Kansas City, Missouri by Nathan Bowman on vocals, guitar; Mike Pittman on guitar; Patrick Rippeto on bass, and Chris Hankins on drums. Their debut EP was recorded at Studio City KC with sound engineer Adam Lichtenauer.]
[Attic Light plays a CD Release Party at Davey’s Uptown Rambler’s Club, Friday June 27, at 8:00 pm.]
20. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]
Sources for notes on tracks: artist’s websites and wikipedia.org
Additional content and material written by Jamie Rich
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