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Gary Pig Gold

Gary Pig Gold

Ever since first encountering The RanDells' immortal "Martian Hop" as a child in his Aunt Jenny's cottage, Gary has lead a life absolutely filled with writing, writing about, making, manufacturing, distributing, performing, championing-in-general and - oh yeah! - listening to music of all sorts, shapes, stripes and formats. These merry melodic adventures have carried him far from his home and native Toronto to, amongst many other people, places and things, the nascent London pub/punk rock scene, an historic record deal with the once Soviet state's Melodiya label, a decade as founder-publisher of Canada's first-ever music fanzine, a Maximum Rhythm and Bluegrass song in the second Brady Bunch movie (almost) and a happy home today running a virtual record company from high atop the Heights of Jersey City, USA. Gary could've made it to Australia as Jan and Dean's bass player once as well, but forgot his passport somewhere along the way. Nevertheless, with his infamous socio-musical "Pigshit" column entering its fourth decade of faithful service, and many a note-worthy mission still to be done and sung, Gary continues to be, in the All Music Guide's well-chosen words, "rock music's all-time hardest-working man ...with all apologies to James Brown."

GARY PIG GOLD BIBLIOGRAPHY:


"Music Hound Rock: The Essential Album Guide"
(both Original and Revised editions)
edited by Gary Graff and Daniel Durchholz
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1996, 1999)

"Music Hound Country: The Essential Album Guide"
edited by Brian Mansfield and Gary Graff
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1997)

"Music Hound R & B: The Essential Album Guide"
edited by Gary Graff, Josh Freedom du Lac and Jim McFarlin
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1998)

"Music Hound Folk: The Essential Album Guide"
edited by Neal Walters and Brian Mansfield
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1998)

"Music Hound Lounge:
The Essential Album Guide to Martini Music and Easy Listening"
edited by Steve Knopper
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1998)

"On A Cold Road: Tales of Adventure in Canadian Rock"
by Dave Bidini
(McClelland & Stewart, 1998)

"Music Hound Swing: The Essential Album Guide"
edited by Steve Knopper
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 1999)

"Music Hound World: The Essential Album Guide"
edited by Adam McGovern
(Visible Ink / Omnibus, 2000)
"Encounters with Bob Dylan: If You See Him, Say Hello"
by Tracy Johnson
(Humble Press, 2000)

"Paul McCartney: I Saw Him Standing There"
by Jorie B. Gracen
(Billboard Books, 2000)

"Bubblegum Music is the Naked Truth:
The Dark History of Prepubescent Pop,
from the Banana Splits to Britney Spears"
edited by Kim Cooper and David Smay
(Feral House, 2001)

"The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds:
The Greatest Album of the Twentieth Century"
by Kingsley Abbott
(Helter Skelter, 2001)
 
"Lost In The Grooves"
edited by Kim Cooper and David Smay
(Routledge, 2005)

"T.V. A-Go-Go: Rock on T.V. from American Bandstand to American Idol"
by Jake Austen (Chicago Review Press, 2005)

"The Little Black Book of Music"
edited by Sean Egan
(Cassell Illustrated, 2007)

"The Top 100 Canadian Albums"
by Bob Mersereau
(Goose Lane Editions, 2007)

"Treat Me Like Dirt:
An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond, 1977-1981"
by Liz Worth, edited by Gary Pig Gold
(Bongo Beat Books / ECW Press, 2009, 2011)

"The Mammoth Book of Bob Dylan"
edited by Sean Egan
(Constable & Robinson / Running Press, 2011)
 
"Perfect Youth: The Birth of Canadian Punk"
by Sam Sutherland
(ECW Press, 2012)
 
"The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia" Volumes 1 and 2
by Jaimie Vernon
(Bullseye Canada, 2012)

"A Lennon Pastiche: Expressions From Fans of John Lennon"
edited by Judith Furedi
(PANGEA Publishing, 2013)
 
"50 Licks: Myths and Stories from Half a Century of the Rolling Stones"
by Pete Fornatale
(Bloomsbury Publishing, 2013)

"A Tribute To The Forgotten Rebels"
edited by Brad Pine
(ePub Bud, 2013)

"The Mammoth Book of the Rolling Stones"
edited by Sean Egan
(Constable & Robinson / Running Press, 2013)
 
"It Was Fifty Years Ago Today: The Beatles Invade America and Hollywood"
by Harvey Kubernik
(Otherworld Cottage Industries, 2014)

"Turn Up The Radio! Rock, Pop, and Roll in Los Angeles 1956-1972"
by Harvey Kubernik
(Santa Monica Press, 2014)

"Gods Of The Hammer: The Teenage Head Story"
by Geoff Pevere
(Coach House Books, 2014)
 
MAGAZINES, FANZINES, PERIODICALS, RADIO BROADCASTS, WEBZINES and BLOGS which GARY PIG GOLD has Regularly Contributed To include:
 
Flipside, FFanzeen, In Music We Trust, The Next Big Thing, Roctober,Cosmik Debris, Big O, Teenage News, Outer Shell, Fufkin, Mole, Inside Joke,Little Rhino Gazette, Buzz, Bad Meat Quarterly, Ear Candy, Jaguaro,Orange Entropy, OnLine TV, The Blacklisted Journalist, What Wave,Indie Journal, Pull My Wire, Choice Words, Twangzine, Outer Shell, Purr Magazine, Blastitude, Great White Noise, Buhdge, Dead Flowers,Jumping Fences, Miles Of Music, Sound Views, Cups, Zoom, Rocks Off,The Music Korner, The Nail, Torpedo Pop, Original Cool, Twist and Shake,Rock Beat International, Poplust, New York Waste, Pallid Pilgrim, Pop Sunday,Angst and Daisies, Popin' Up, Fishwrap, Last Hurrah, Sugar Shock, Pop Culture Club,Sonic Garden, Otono Cheyenne, Open Sky, Blastitude, Skuawk!, Savvy Insider, Morty's Cabin, Go Metric, Art Fein's Poker Party, Lost In The Grooves, Spectropop, Narchive, Bubblegum University, New York Power Pop Page, Lullaby Pit, Super Seventies RockSite, BallBusterHardMusic, Dagger, "H" Magazine, Medleyville, Rock Groups by Tom Brady, The Rock And Roll Report, Mongrel Zine, GEMM Magazine, Celebrity Café, GWNtertainment, PopKrazy, Lars Wenker blog, Roctober Reviews, Rock And Roll Tribe, Segarini’s Don’t Believe A Word I Say, PopDiggers, Music Aficionado, plus THE PIG PAPER, which Gary has written, edited and published since 1975.

GARY PIG GOLD DISCOGRAPHY:
 
Has worked as a musician, vocalist, writer, producer, annotator, advisor and/or arranger on a myriad of releases worldwide since 1978 involving Simply Saucer, Endless Summer, Shane Faubert, Pat Boone, The Loved Ones, The Know Goods, Gene Pitney, The Dave Rave Conspiracy, The Wretches, Lauren Agnelli, Klaatu, The Rooks, Coyote Shivers, Alex Chilton, Don Covay, The Ghost Rockets, The Grip Weeds, Adam Marsland, The Masticators, Gene Clark, Jack Pedler, Martin and the E-Chords, The Bay City Rollers, Robin Stanley, Breathers, Jeremy Morris, The Cheepskates, The Next Big Thing, Jandek, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Erich Overhultz, Little Sisters, John Huelbig, Chris Butler, Neil Young's "Living With War Today", R. Stevie Moore, Casper and the Cookies, The Lemon Pipers, The Who, Rick Nelson,
plus many releases on TO M' LOU MUSIC, the label Gary has helped operate since 1998.
 

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List of articles in the library by artist

GG Allin: Pigshit: GPG on GG

Film/DVD/TV Review by Gary Pig Gold, Rock and Roll Report, January 2011

A FULL DISCLOSURE right up front, one and all: Way back in the 1980 hey!day of my fanzine, The Pig Paper, a certain Kevin Michael ...

Eric "Roscoe" Ambel: Eight Questions For Eric

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Jumping Fences, 2002

THOUGH ERIC may prefer to refer to himself as simply "guitarist / record producer / songwriter / bar owner / American," his musical resume is ...

The Beach Boys: An Interview With Dominic Priore: Good Things Come To Those Who SmiLE, part 1

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, August 2005

Gary Pig Gold climbs into the Virtual Sandbox ...

The Beach Boys: Middle-Aged Symphonies Towards God: The Beach Boys’ Brother Years

Overview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, October 2000

YES INDEED, it goes without saying that Brian Wilson and his familial band full of brothers, cousins and friends have enjoyed a career quite unlike ...

The Beach Boys: The Beach Boys Love You (Brother/Reprise KMS-2258)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, August 1977

WHY DOES EVERY CANADIAN POP PUBLICATION IGNORE THE BEACH BOYS? WHY IS THEIR NEW SINGLE, 'ROLLER SKATING CHILD', DYING ON THE RACKS? WHATEVER HAPPENED TO ...

The Beach Boys: Endless Winter

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, December 2001

MAYBE IT'S THE weather, maybe it's CNN overload ...maybe it's just "the time of man," as it were, but I've been stuck to the web ...

The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson: An Interview With Dominic Priore part II: Good Things Come To Those Who SmiLE

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, September 2005

Gary Pig Gold climbs into the Virtual Sandbox ...

The Beach Boys, Dennis Wilson: Dennis Wilson: Beached Boy – A True Story

Report and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, October 1977

IT WAS Monday, August 29, 1977, it was hot, and it was about to pour rain. But as always, it was a sunny Saturday afternoon ...

The Beatles: Gary Pig Gold Presents A Fab Forty

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, February 2004

HAS IT REALLY been four decades already since television's greatest-ever talent scout took a chance on a brash young musical novelty act from far-off Britain? ...

The Beatles, Bob Dylan: An Interview With The Blacklisted Journalist Al Aronowitz

Profile and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, February 2005

Gary "Pig" Gold meets the Man Who Invented the Sixties. ...

The Bee Gees: Pronounced "Morris", By The Way: The Rare, The Precious, The Death of a Bee Gee

Obituary by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, February 2003

JOHN ENTWISTLE. George Harrison. So how come it's the utterly coolest-by-far members of some of our all-time favorite bands who seem to be departing far, ...

Pat Boone: My Breakfast with Boone

Memoir by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, June 2002

AS BIZARRE as even I still consider this lil' factoid to be, Yours Truly honestly did spend the majority of the Reagan administration touring Canada's ...

Pat Boone: Should Pat Boone be Inducted Into the R'n'R Hall of Fame?

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, April 2002

SEEMS A simple, even innocent enough little inquiry, doesn't it? But I swear, seldom in all my quarter-century-plus of Piggery has one topic – one ...

Pat Boone: The Literary Boone

Essay by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, November 2002

[What follows is the concluding portion of our Pat Boone trifecta, part one being the infamous RnR Hall Of Fame Poll, which somehow led straight ...

Johnny Cash: The Mantra In Black: Ten Reasons Why Johnny Cash Always Matters

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, October 2003

1. LUTHER PLAYED THE BOOGIE Without a red hot and blue band to back it all the way up, even a Man in Black's powers ...

Perry Como: To Catch A Falling Star

Retrospective by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, June 2001

WIT DULY SHARPENED and tongue even firmer within cheek than usual, I treated the Sunday New York Times news of Perry Como's death as little ...

The Dead Boys, The Germs: The Germs: Germicide/The Dead Boys: All This And More/Various: What? Stuff (Bomp! Records)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, July 2001

OK CLASS, READY? It's time to remember exactly WHAT (real) Punk Rock is (was). ...

The Deviants: Mick Farren & The Deviants: On Your Knees, Earthlings!!! (Total Energy)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, November 2003

MICK FARREN is one of the greatest madcaps Britain has yet to produce, I hereby loudly exclaim, and On Your Knees gathers together yet another ...

Johnny Dowd: Pictures From Life's Other Side (Koch Entertainment)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, October 1999

I SURE HAD A feeling something was up when a strange little disc called WRONG SIDE OF MEMPHIS, written and solely performed by a forty-nine-year-old ...

Johnny Dowd: Either One Hell Of A Storyteller, Or Someone Who Should Be Locked Up

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, Indie Journal, September 1999

IT WAS BACK in the fall of 1996 that a strange little disc called WRONG SIDE OF MEMPHIS first crept into my life. ...

Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Volume 4: Bob Dylan, Live, 1966

Review by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, September 2003

IT SEEMS EVERY time Our Boy Bob scores big with a contemporary piece of new work, he feels secure enough to bless us with another ...

Bob Dylan: No Direction Home: Gary Pig Gold meets N.Y. Driven Women # 12 & 35

Report by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, September 2005

BOB DYLAN'S EX-WIFE sits on the bleachers in a smoky little Hoboken nightclub watching her latest son-in-law belting out his latest demo tape to an ...

John Entwistle: Too Late The Hero: John Entwistle's Rigor Mortis Sets In

Obituary by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, June 2002

"WHAT I FEEL inside I can't explain. That John Entwistle should die in his late fifties is totally unthinkable. He was the indestructible one. He ...

Bobby Fuller Four, The : Bobby Fuller: Shakedown! The Texas Tapes Revisited/The Bobby Fuller Four: Never To Be Forgotten: The Mustang Years

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, July 2001

HARD TO BELIEVE it's been thirty-two years now since the self-proclaimed "Rock 'n' Roll King of the Southwest," who practically single-handedly bridged the (southern-fried) Fifties ...

The Guess Who, Michel Pagliaro, Teenage Head: Ten Canadian Records You Shouldn’t Live Without

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, April 2001

CULTURALLY, CANADA is without a doubt one of the most diverse nations on the planet, and with its record stores awash since the 1950's in ...

Jimi Hendrix: Eight Little-Known Facts About Jimi Hendrix

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, November 2000

THE LINES, MUSICAL and otherwise, between Fact and (Science) Fiction tend to blur quite a lot whenever one dares speak of (a) Our Heroes, and/or ...

Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding: He Don't Live Today (Sorry): My Noel Redding Experience

Memoir by Gary Pig Gold, Rock's Backpages, May 2003

LET ME TELL YOU: The very first "real" concert I was ever allowed to attend as a wee Canadian tyke just so happened to be ...

The Hollies' Terry Sylvester

Report and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, December 1977

EVEN THE most punktured newavists will confess, "The Hollies – Yeah, I heard of them". ...

Buddy Holly: Those Should've Been The Days: Had Buddy Holly Not Taken That One Last Ride, That Is…

Essay by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, February 2006

Gary Pig Gold channels The Cricket That Got AwayYESSIR, THAT LAST tour was sure a sumbitch, wasn't it? "Winter Dance Party" my lone starred ass! ...

Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones: Tom Jones: Live at Caesars Palace/Engelbert Humperdinck: Live at the Riviera, Las Vegas

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, August 2001

CAUTION: EVEN THE most self-respecting of record stores now house a section way in the back, between the Soundtrack and Male Vocalist departments, called "Lounge." ...

The Kinks: Take Me Back to Those Black Hills That I Ain't Never Seen: The Kinks Invent Alternative Kountry

Retrospective and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, September 2001

"MUSWELL HILLBILLIES isn’t just a better country-rock album than anything by Wilco or Son Volt; It’s a better country-rock album than anything by The Byrds." ...

The Lovin' Spoonful, Zal Yanovsky: Alive And Well In Argentina At Last: The Mirth, The Music, The Magic Of Zalman Yanovsky

Memoir by Gary Pig Gold, BigO, December 2002

I KNOW AT LEAST one of his fellow supposedly-lovin’ Spoonfuls resents the situation to this day, but whenever Zal Yanovsky appeared on stage alongside John ...

John Lydon, The Sex Pistols: Johnny Rotten in Toronto

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, August 1978

Johnny Says Never Mind The Bollocks ...

Keith Moon, The Who: Keith Moon: Like A Rat Up A Pipe

Profile by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, December 1975

IF PETE Townshend is the mind of The Who, Entwistle the soul, and Roger the heart, then drummer Keith Moon is most definitely the gut. ...

Roy Orbison: The Complete Sun Sessions (Varese Sarabande)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, January 2004

FOR THOSE WHO may be only marginally aware of The Big O's 1950's recordings (ie: via Creedence's credible cover of 'Ooby Dooby' 'way back when), ...

Elvis Presley, Orion: Not Elvis, BUT….

Retrospective by Gary Pig Gold, Rock's Backpages, August 2012

FIRST, THERE WAS you-know-who. Or at least up until thirty-five years ago there was. ...

Paul Williams: Paul Williams: Still Alive directed by Stephen Kessler

Film/DVD/TV Review by Gary Pig Gold, Rock's Backpages, March 2013

I FIRST became aware of the man in 1970, as composer of what to this very day remains my absolute favourite Three Dog Night tune, ...

Elvis Presley 1999

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, purrmag.com, Spring 1999

IT WAS ELVIS' BIRTHDAY a few weeks ago. While this fact usually only piques the interest of a few misguided Teddy Boys overseas at this ...

The Ramones: A Night At The Ramones

Report and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, August 1977

IF YOU weren't square, you weren't there, or something. In other words, the gasping legions of Canadian punkdom filled the aptly-named New Yorker Theatre in ...

The Ramones: Dee Dee Ramone

Obituary by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, July 2002

WITH THE DEATH of yet another Ramone, perhaps little really needs to be added at this point on how Dee Dee and his honorary brethren ...

The Ramones: Joey Ramone: Don't Worry About Me

Review by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, May 2002

Don't Worry Joey: the Lead Ramone's Parting Shots ...

The Rolling Stones: 10 Reasons Why the Rolling Stones Were the World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, November 2002

I. BRIAN JONES' HAIR ...

The Rolling Stones: Skuawk! DVD Pick: The Rolling Stones - Rock and Roll Circus

Film/DVD/TV Review by Gary Pig Gold, skuawk.com, February 2005

I THINK WE'RE more than all in agreement here that something very, very special took place during the middle 1960's; a magical, monumental something in ...

The Saints

Profile and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, August 1977

DID YOU know that there's a punk band in Australia? Well, there are punk bands in Toronto, so nothing should surprise you. ...

Sam Cooke: Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 (ABKCO Records)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, Rock's Backpages, February 2011

MOST EVERY single time the 20th century's greatest singer-songwriters find themselves getting lionized or even litanized, it seems one towering figure is strangely, sorrowfully AWOL. ...

The Sex Pistols: Ten Reasons Why The Sex Pistols Didn't (or Couldn't) Save Rock And Roll

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, August 2005

In honor of Julien Temple's great new film The Filth And The Fury Gary Pig Gold humbly submits to both punks and non-punks, old and ...

The Stooges: Iggy & The Stooges: Wild Love (Bomp!)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, April 2004

BOMP RECORDS' exquisitely lo-lo-fi Iguana Chronicles proudly soldiers forward with this hour's-plus of rehearsal tapes from the Stooges' glory daze pre- (and possibly even post-) ...

Joe Strummer: Gary Pig Gold Got His Kicks With Joe Strummer

Memoir by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, March 2003

WHILE THE CLASH were hardly the only band that ever mattered to ME, I personally sure owe a tip-o-the ol' snout to the one, the ...

Talking Heads: Love Goes To Building On Fire

Report and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, October 1977

Talking Heads, New Yorker Theatre, Toronto, Midnight 16 Sept '77 ...

Tiny Tim with Brave Combo: Girl (Rounder Records)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, August 1999

ANYONE NOT already familiar with the trials and tribulations, musical and otherwise, that was Mr. Tim should read no further. ...

The Viletones

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, April 1978

GARY AND JOHNNY PIG IN A PIGSCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH NAZI DOG AND FREDDY POMPEII ...

Brian Wilson: And Your Dream Comes True

Live Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, July 1999

Brian Wilson Live at the Beacon Theater, New York City, June 18, 1999 ...

List of genre pieces

This Is Rebel Music: The Harvey Kubernik InnerView: Part Two

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, October 2004

"THIS EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLAGE of interviews by journalist and record producer Harvey Kubernik is, as Brian Wilson's blurb on the back cover says, "inside stuff." It's ...

Gary Pig Gold's All-Time Top Ten Psychedelic Records (circa 1966)

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, May 1999

WITH EVERY waking hour bringing yet another ill-advised Revival of sorts to our virtual doorsteps – today Slinkies, tomorrow Saturday Night Fever – I thought ...

Gary Pig Gold's Top Ten All Time Power Pop People (in Chronological Order)

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, July 2001

CERTAINLY WE COULD all be arguing blue-faced until that mythical Next Big Thing finally arrives over just what exactly IS "Pop," Powerful or otherwise. ...

Gary Pig's All-Time Top Ten Car Tunes

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, July 1998

Summer having arrived yet again, it's now as good a time as any to compile:GARY PIG'S ALL-TIME TOP TEN CAR TUNES ...

Great Unsung Heroes Of Rock'n'Roll Radio

Overview by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, August 2005

Do you remember Murray the KAlan Freed and high energy?Do you remember rock'n'roll radio?Do you remember rock'n'roll radio?(The Ramones) ...

Metal Machine Musings: Gary Pig Gold's All-Time Top Ten Heavy Primal Hitters

Overview by Gary Pig Gold, ballbustermusic.com, April 2007

NOW BEFORE ya all call out the KISS Army or somethin' on me, let's just insist that there's one terrifically fine line indeed between, say, ...

This Is Rebel Music: The Harvey Kubernik InnerView: Part One

Interview by Gary Pig Gold, fufkin.com, September 2004

"If there is a secret history of LA's music scene – the real dirt, the telling minutiae, the diseased spirit of the place – then ...

Too Cool For Words! Gary Pig Gold's All-Time Favorite Rock 'N' Roll Instrumentals

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, earcandymag.com, March 2007

DRUMS AND wires often DO speak louder than words, and in that age-old teen spirit I hereby present a wholly chronological, but admittedly entirely objective ...

Who Put The Bomp? Why, Greg Shaw, Of Course!

Obituary by Gary Pig Gold, torpedopop.com, October 2004

ACCOLADES AND AWARDS are being tossed around far too indiscriminately these days, wouldn’t you agree? Especially within the, uh, Wonderful World of Entertainment. I mean, ...

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