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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Fusebox #62 Plimsoll Survivor

Fusebox #62 Plimsoll Survivor

23:40 – Dancing As Fast As We Can, Of Pymsouls and Valley Girls, The Geffen Saga, Somewhere In America: Larry Turner, Fusebox ID, Showcases of the Living Dead, Clockwork Quirks, The Mythical Steamer Trunk of Behaviors, The Aging Awards Contraption, Get Off My Lawn!, Timo Trailer #3

Thanks to our audio “sole” mates, Kevin Cooke ,Jerrell McQuen, Eden Nuendorf and Jeff Pollard for their contributions to this edition of Fusebox.

Session audio by Milt Kanes

All music and post production by Marc Rose and Fuse.

Fusebox show art design by POLLARDdesign    

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Released March 8th, 2017

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posted by Marc at 11:24 am filed in Mar17,Marc  


  1. My music has shown up twice on TV in places where it had no business… I just shrugged it off, laughed, etc.

    Comment by Jimbo — March 8, 2017 @ 11:53 am

  2. It does certainly happen and more and more lately. Because, as we know, the “Entertainment Beast” is a hungry one with a bottomless appetite and really dosen’t care where it gets the food, or from whom.

    Comment by Marc — March 8, 2017 @ 1:58 pm

  3. I also know this guy (a prominent local songwriter) that I discovered was stealing music (the actual recordings, no less) from the internet and calling it his own. I never confronted him…

    The strange thing is – this guy is crazy crazy crazy talented as a songwriter. Shrug.

    Comment by Jimbo — March 8, 2017 @ 2:42 pm

  4. Hmm…

    The music industry sounds a lot like the design/advertising industry… which is a lot like the film industry.

    I wish I had learned to drive a forklift.


    Comment by Jeff Pollard — March 8, 2017 @ 4:11 pm

  5. It would be really interesting to hear how you work, Jeff. Also Frank Edward Nora. Would love to hear how you come up with ideas for the art/product.

    Comment by Jimbo — March 8, 2017 @ 4:49 pm

  6. There’s definitely a method to the madness, Jimbo. I developed a creative process years ago whereby the goal is to remove as much subjectivity as possible from a totally subjective endeavor; in the “real” world 2+2=4, but in my world 2+2=zebra… or bicycle… or yellow… or Utah which means I have to show a (typically) non-creative client WHY 2+2=zebra which I can only do if I myself know why.

    I don’t believe in accidents when it comes to creativity – 😉

    Comment by Jeff Pollard — March 9, 2017 @ 12:52 am

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