At first sight I thought it was Tiny Tim!
Just off to work, but noticed a new clip to watch, so SK comes first! However, I did think I might still be asleep and dreaming, cos Roddy looks so much like Peter Sellers years ago, especially when Peter Sellers played the character Dr Fassbender in the 1965 film What's New Pussy Cat! Well, I've realised I'm not still in the land of nod (more's the pity), so I'd better get going or I'll be late! Oh, almost forgot to say, really unusual interview technique Mr K. Haha!
I think its the glasses that make RR look different. Or perhaps its the camera. ( ? ) I saw him about 5 years ago in Pitt St. after about a 15 year gap and he looked the same as he did in the mid 1980's .That is to say, Elvis -level handsome.
Maybe you need to think about a movie.You have a gift for the surreal.
He older than me and DOESN'T have to die his jet-black hair roots???…lucky b*****d!!!!
I enjoyed that:)
That's enough faggotry, thank-you.
I seem to be having trouble following the conversation….
I remember seeing the Hoodoo's around '87 in San Diego, I think. Good tunes but what I remember the most was having pity for the snare drum. They had this huge guy on drums that beat the shit out of that snare.
rock on aussies…Jonny
I saw the Hoodoo's back Midnight Oil at a tremedous concert event in a Chicago Northwest Suburban concert venue almost two decades ago. Both bands were riveting and captivating.
Hello again sk, just wanted to say a huuuuuge thank-you to u and The Church for adding an extra show on the 6thDec in Melby town!! Yipeeeeeeeeeeee, WOW!! a happy, happy ending for 2009:)))))))
timetime enoughtime flies by stands still
moving pastyou rememberhere and nownow and then
escape from hellhell i'm no rimbaudlove is strongfor a song
our brothers weephellbound keepsall our heartsin line my rhyme
cheap enough to buyread my cardsfly into the sunpoems of sliver unorthodox ones
in time we meet againsinking sand who ever i ampretend a pretender
enough said iam dead and willbe a star in the back seat your
every manevery womanevery nowand again
That was the first (and hopefully not the last) psychedelic interview I've ever seen!
Some clips of the Freo gig have been put up on youtube
a propo RR's hair – the last time I saw Roddy Radar was at a party above a shop in Oxford Street on a warm Sydney night, the Elvis-blue dye from his gleaming hair running down the sides of his face and onto his shiny blue wide-lapelled suit; and he may even have been wearing white shoes.Smiling pleasantly all the while.
Yeah, you are a fine film maker as well as poet and musician….a la Cocteau perhaps?
mate, i can just feel the rock'n'roll credibility ooooozing out of the computer……
I saw these images on an ABC show last night
it's hard to know what to say
…other than that it's hard to overlook that old superstition about it being very bad luck to kill albatrosses
Mr K, do you think you might have a song in you about this?
Hey you guys look like you are having fun! Steve did you get some botox over there! aww sorry must be all the good diet and lifestyle, you are primo for a 55 year old male. I went to the beach today and oh my lord, the world is in an obesity epidemic.Brian, that would have been amazing to see, the Hoodoo Gurus are so good live, so much fun. As for new music, I just thought yesterday, that the music I love now, could easily be sung by Steve Kilbey, with the same passion and beauty. My boys send me stuff, the latest, though a couple of years old, i am getting right into, is The Shins 'Wincing the night away' so pretty, a bit folky, American. They also into Grizzly Bear and Bon Ivor, beautiful pretty music with amazing vocals. Happy homecoming Steve. Linda xxx
jesus, even your interviews are surreal lol. the form and editing are as interesting as the subject matter.
that under the milkyway clip cracked me up, you are too funny steve love ya!!!
I remember this guy now, thanks to Robert's comment of seeing the Hoodoos in SD in '87. I saw them over the border in Tijuana July of that year…and yeah, he's a memorable drummer. Thanks for memories.
Freaky Repeats…I'm glad I don't smoke pot anymore…LOL, otherwise, I'd be really dizzy and conufused!!!!
Damn, I miss getting high, ahhh, only when NEW Church albums come out…really miss that!
im just a bit overwhelmed and starstruck (its taken me a while to be able to view this). In the 80's Leilani was my nickname at work, i loved Stoneage Romeo's so much (when it wasn't "churchling"). This new land has produced so much wild talent with you guys
love S xox
You must be logged in to post a comment.
© 2016 The Time Being | Steve Kilbey. All Rights Reserved.