Since I managed to miss last night's promised update I shall try to make it up to you with two posts today.
Neither one is particularly big mind you. Think of it like those Chocolate bar 4-packs that seem like a good deal until you realise each bar is 60% the size of normal.
Jonny Kreis - Instrument Landing EP (USA 2010)
and marvelling at the way the Amis decorated their bombers.
Bang The Union - American Dream (USA 2004)
You have to admit, the 1940s pinup art by people like Gil Elvgren and Alberto Vargas had a lot of charm.
The fact that USAAF crew were able to replicate it on Aluminium fuselages is impressive.
I've mentioned this before but it fascinates me how certain themes apply to different sorts of bands.
A woman in a floaty dress hanging about a forest is likely to adorn a Gothic metal album. While a leggy femme fatale? Hard Rockers every time.
Bang The Union clearly hanker after the old LA Sleaze era.
Dezire - A Rock Band Named... Dezire (USA 1992)
A more cartoony pinup but nothing wrong with that.
There were two different bands called Dezire. This lot were based in Philadelphia.
(A fact I blatantly cribbed from their BANDCAMP SITE)
So pop over to the Bandcamp site mentioned above and check them out.
Golden Earring - Tits 'n' Ass (Netherlands 2012)
Subtle. Really Subtle.
These Dutch veterans continue to make good Rock music.
That's all folks.