Episode 74: Steve Lacy

January 28, 2007 · Print This Article

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While you the Bad at Sports listener only get a taste of it, the interview portion of this week’s show demonstrates precisely why Richard needs to be present to be a jerk for these things or they devolve into chaos. Luckily our cut rate production staff pulled it together and it sounds something akin to coherent. This week Duncan, Amanda and Chris Walla, talk to, or at least try to talk to Steve Lacy, Anthony Elms and Philip von Zweck about Steve’s show at VONZWECK, Academy Records, and lots of other stuff..

ALSO

Emily Heath and Christian Kuras from Bad at Sports London check in.

AND

Mike Benedetto reviews Goundhog Day in time for Groundhog Day.

Also

The BAS video of the week: http://youtube.com/watch?v=pj66XgK3NvE

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Mad Magazine
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Wu Ming Foundation
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The Residents
Marcel Duchamp
Deep Purple
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Creem Magazine
Wendy Cooper
Alien Nation
ICA
Hew Locke
John Gill
Jens Hoffman
Gilane Tawadros
Yinka Shonibare
Mario Ybarra Jr.
Laylah Ali
Eric Wesley
David Huffman
Groundhog Day
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21 Responses to “Episode 74: Steve Lacy”

  1. The song from School’s Out is “Gutter Cats Vs. The Jets.” It came out in the spring of ’72 and was the first album I ever bought. I posted some pix of it at:

    http://www.dolanart.com/schoolsout.html

  2. Oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi, oi

    See me ride out of the sunset

    On your colour TV screen

    Out for all that I can get

    If you know what I mean

    Women to the left of me

    And women to the right

    Ain’t got no gun

    Ain’t got no knife

    But don’t you start no fight

    CHORUS:

    ‘Cause I’m T.N.T. I’m dynamite

    T.N.T. and I’ll win the fight

    T.N.T. I’m a power load

    T.N.T. watch me explode

    I’m dirty, mean and mighty unclean

    I’m a wanted man

    Public enemy number one

    Understand

    So lock up your daughter

    Lock up your wife

    Lock up your back door

    And run for your life

    The man is back in town

    Don’t you mess me ’round

    CHORUS

    T.N.T. Oi, oi, oi

    T.N.T. Oi, oi, oi

    T.N.T. Oi, oi, oi

    T.N.T. Oi, oi, oi

    T.N.T. Oi

    I’m dynamite (oi, oi)

    T.N.T. Oi,

    And I’ll win the fight,

    T.N.T.

    I’m a power load

    T.N.T.

    Watch me explode!

  3. collaboration =Chicago London….
    i love london…thanks friends!

  4. Didn’t Alice Cooper grow up in the Chicago Suburbs?

  5. I think he was from Phoenix. His dad was a minister. He was more or less discovered by Frank Zappa as his first records were on Zappa’s Straight label. I believe School’s Out was his first major label album.

  6. Good Episode. Sigh, I’m sad for the sorry state of the “terrorist”. I like the old school Munich terrorist Lacy describes, I just don’t like Today’s Torrorists. Who I really like are Cobra Commander’s terrorists who were determined to rule the world, but when they shot at Americans, we were able to parachute out in the nick of time.

    The endcap song reminds me I still need to get through my “Beat Street- Breakin-Breakin 2″ box set.

  7. I believe Alice Cooper grew up in Detroit.

  8. …but eventually ended up i Phoenix. You were correct Mr. Bill.

  9. wow…I don’t think I can get through this….
    He really didn’t edit it….

  10. sack the english. or at least learn ‘em some elocution.

  11. Steve, oddly enough I *did* edit this, the mess was pretty f-ing horrible. You should hear the raw tape, ugh..

    So the mess that exists is a hell of a lot better than what I was handed. Alas.

  12. Alice did, however, live for many years in Chicago, in a suite of apartments just off Lake Shore Drive near the Loop. That was in the time after he had his pop hits and then “retired” and before he made the comeback.

  13. Where does Alice live now? And related: his birthday is on Sunday.

  14. Christ, that show was a mess. I think it was one of my favorites.

    I vote to keep the British kids. They were daffy. Let’s see if we can get them to say their words for the machine you go in that takes you from one floor to another in a tall bulding, or a living space you rent. They have their own words for that stuff.

    Does everybody know how tall Amanda is? I saw her at the Walla closing. She’s like 6’5.

    Hey Richard, you’re not mad at ME are you?

  15. I also say keep the British. They are our only big alliance. Without them, who are our friends? Ze Germans?

    Did you know Groundhog Day was filmed up state in Woodstock? Illinois representin!

  16. Instead of dudes and chicks they say blokes and lassies.

  17. I could never be mad at you Mike!

  18. It’s all litigiousness under the bridge, Duncan. Let’s mend fences.

  19. Canadians are our friends — just for some reason they refuse to believe all our bullshit. Imagine that, critical friends. How nasty, you Tuch-heads (sp.?).

  20. […] They just released Episode 74 and in the names dropped section of the eamil there was this: “Monty Canson.” […]

  21. Actually, I thought tha Brits were a bit sad, between the lines you could hear the frustration of being artists and NOT showing at the ICA. And they are nowhere near as funny as you guys, so I’d say sack ‘em.
    Try some French guys next.

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