Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Tuesday, May 27, 2003
Thanks to those of you who already asked about "Siamese Connection"; seems the Phantom Tollbooth review, while coming off a little negative (probably the reviewer should stick to major label reviews, not indies or diy projects, he dosen't seem to "get it") seems to have done more good than harm (you read that right).
Monday, May 26, 2003
finished the Cds this weekend, they're all ready to ship off to the plant.
I did the artwork on my computer (Corel Presentations formatted for Cd booklets,
etc.) and mixed some new tracks as well. Now i just have to entrust them to
Newman and his colleagues at USPS.....
check back soon at www.aaughrecords.com for more details!
Friday, May 23, 2003
planning to finish the CDs this weekend, look out for a CD by local Saipan band "Split Attitude", coming soon...
Wednesday, May 21, 2003
Tuesday, May 20, 2003
New to the aaugh! site:
Guest Map (you can put a little virtual thumbtack on a map in a
pop-up window so we can all play "Where's Waldo?"!)
New CDs coming soon; the PayPal shopping cart is only temporary. I might still maintain it for selling
special items like limited edition CD-Rs, newsletter subs, etc. but my main focus will be through the CafePress.com
sites (Aaugh! Records, Rick Williams, Brownpeace, Basket Cases, etc.). I just put a lot of time and effort into re-designing the Cd covers, especially The Basket Cases' Symphony For A Lost Generation... it really looks great!
BTW, I got pretty sunburned volunteering at the Tagaman Triathlon doing (guess what?) the same ol' job of directing cyclists down a road (a proper road this time, not a footpath through the jungle).
Janet and I watched the movie "Kandahar" last night, an Iranian film about a young woman trying to get to her sister still in Afghanistan. We liked it very much. If you haven't seen it yet, run, don't walk to your nearest Blockbuster etc. and rent it today!
(I think that's Italian for "food" or something...)
Monday, May 12, 2003
Did you know that McDonald's in India serves burgers made from mutton or chicken only? And in Israel they operate both Kosher and non-Kosher restaurants (the Kosher ones are not open on the Sabbath). One of the strangest items to me was the Bulgogi Burger in Korea (and I love Korean food!). Or probably the Teriyaki Burger in Japan...
new additions to the website, check it out..... I relocated the site to a free server w/out any banner or pop-up ads! 8-)