Song: I Love You, You Big Dummy (3/15)Album: Lick My Decals Off, Baby (1970) Artist: Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Lick My Decals Off, Baby (Straight, 1970), Beefheart is the sole composer. In a way this is his most intellectual work, because the album takes the traditional topics of blues, eroticism, freedom, trains and nostalgia, and sets them in a modern context of city alienation. Percussionist Artie Tripp (aka Ed Marimba), is added as a formidable complement to French, while Cotton is gone to play in Merrell Fankhauser’s MU. The sound is still fragmented in a myriad of surrealistic miniatures, employing celebrations of Dolphyesque clarinets (Japan In A Dish-plan), of convulsed false notes (Ballerin Plain), of street rallies (The Smithsonian Institute Blues), of absurd guitar solos (One Rose That I Mean). The best of his chamber jazz-blues is found in I Love You Big Dummy, with splendid confrontations between the pirouettes of the clarinet and the gargles of the voice, and in Flash Gordon’s Ape, a revolting chaos of anti-rhythms, breath dissonances and free declamations. Beefheart reaches surrealistic heights in The Buggy Boogie Woogie, a meditation in muted tones. Ethnic cues peek through in Peon, a Mexican serenade, and from Woe-is-uh-me-bop and Lick My Decals Off, both with Caribbean flavors.
In memory to all fallen soldiers who served our great country. They have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Thank you for your sacrifice.
This video is made by request. Discussed is the manner in which the production manager cuts the vinyl, and registration marks with cut vinyl. Flexi does have ready made registration marks within the shapes tool. However, unless you convert the registration mark to outlines, you cannot change the color of the registration mark, so as to ensure that it is sent with only a specific color. I do not use registration marks with cut vinyl. I assume that a Flexi made registration mark is sent on all colors, but I have not checked this. I was never taught to use them and have never needed them. It is important to understand how the peices being cut are placed on the vinyl. This is “vinyl 101″.
I pulled the GT Pro Performer from storage in hopes of restoring it to riding condition.
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Michael Myers is going in for the kill, can Laurie survive?
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part 2 of 2. Fujitv show about pro modelers building some kits.
my boss told me to build it for display at work, and since i had a few days off i felt like doing a stop motion video build with it!