No Condition Is Permanent (ep. #8 ~ 12.14.13)



In which: Teddy Mack & the Mackinteers make a play for a gypsy woman; the Page Boys give the Peter Gunn theme a thorough bruising; Koichi Oki takes control of the Yamaha Elektone EX-42 and drives it over Jim Morrison’s grave; an ode to indolence is offered everyone’s favorite dissolute trustafarian, Gram Parsons; Black Uhuru sing an ode to the product of advanced seedless propagation techniques; and so much more. Oh, the fun we had…as can now be yours. See below.


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Acquire Episode 8 HERE.


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