Tag: from the desk of joseph
A tribute to Laura, my best friend/soulmate/confidant for the past twenty years.
Just a few thoughts on the passing of a legend.
Just have a few thoughts about Everett True’s book excerpt, and an appeal for you to donate to what is surely going to be a delightful, thought-provoking, honest book.
Just a little note to tell you what’s going on in the Recoup land.
Dallas area friends, you may now pick up a copy of The Recoup at one of our favorite record stores ever, Good Records. Go check ’em out, beat the heat with some cool sounds, say hello to the friendly folk behind the counter, play some Centipede, and tell ’em we sent ya!
Chicago friends, the wonderfully fine folk at Quimby’s are now stocking The Recoup on its shelves. Please support both independent publishers (hey, that’s me!) and independent bookstores!
Hello there, dear readers! Just wanted to give you a heads-up about some of my Recoup-minded reviews from around the web this week! First up, for the esteemed Big Takeover I have reviewed Home and Away, a reissue of Del Shanon‘s lost baroque pop masterpiece from 1967. It’s a great reissue, and it’s worth it… Read More ›