Sunday Spam & cheese breakfast

Cheesy music that is… From our Spam box, a couple doozies:

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Pet Lover Music

Pet Lover music

I just wanted to give a friend and his band a boost.  The band plays in the Chicago area.

They played together in Pet Lover from 1997 to 1999 and then split for a while.  They remained friends and have played together steadily since 2004.

Chris describes their music style this way:

“harmony-fueled post-punk power pop”

He also says:

Bands whose influence we as a group have claimed include Weezer, The Jam, Jellyfish (shout-out to San Francisco!), Cheap Trick, Buzzcocks.


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And now for something completely different…

This wonderful, melancholy clip accompanying “valse triste” by Jean Sibelius is an excerpt from the animated film “Allegro non troppo” by Italian animator Bruno Bozzetto. Bozzetto’s 1976 homage to Disney’s “Fantasia” is one of our all time favorites here at JBoD.

This “valse triste” segment has my preference, although the one highlighting Ravel’s “Bolero” has some personal significance in that “Bolero” was the first program I took my wife to at the San Francisco Symphony, an unforgettable evening. Even the kittehs approved and gave us space afterwards… ‘Nuff said.  Note:  due YouTube limitations the first 3+ minutes are missing from this recording.  The rest is great.


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