music for x-mas

On Christmas Day” (mp3, 5M), by the Opal Foxx Quartet.

If you like this and want to hear more, check out their 1992 CD entitled The Love That Won’t Shut Up, or get something by Smoke, the band formed after OFQ broke up. See, for example, Another Reason To Fast or Heaven On A Popsicle Stick.

You might also seek out the 2002 documentary Benjamin Smoke.

The above mp3 comes from a Christmas CD, put out in the mid-’90s by the Athens ‘zine Flagpole, featuring indie Georgia musicians.

To crib from Bob Mould’s site: MP3 files are posted for evaluation purposes only. Through this site, I’m trying to share and promote good music with others, who will also hopefully continue to support these artists. Everyone is encouraged to purchase music and concert tickets for the artists you feel merit your hard earned dollars. If you hold copyright to one of these songs and would like the file removed, please let me know. Availability is limited.

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3 thoughts on “music for x-mas

  1. I’ve been planning to watch that for a long time, but my videostore only has it in VHS, if I recall. I’ll watch it now on your recommendation.

  2. Benjamin Smoke

    Intrigued by a discussion of Lost Book Found (still haven’t been able to track down the film here in Atlanta), I rented Jem Cohen’s documentary, Benjamin Smoke. The documentary focuses on Benjamin, an openly gay, HIV-positive, speed freak rock performe…

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