Chateau Dietrich

If You Would Like to Hear This Record

Because of various problems with public blogs and rights problems, I have decided to take my blog and convert it to a private email. If you’d like to listen to this album (and more) or any other album I am posting here, just send me your email address at radiovickers1@gmail.com and I will put you on my list. Along with this album, I have a gigantic archive of my vinyl digitizations that gets added to every week. I do them myself and de-click them. Most sound pretty darned good, if I do say so myself.
This is not some come on. Just caution on my part. It costs nothing and there’s nothing to join. Just an email address. I have about a hundred people on my list at the moment. Come and join the musical fun.


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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Particles Found That Break the Speed of Light

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This is a fascinating story! Could it be? Has Einstein erred? Isn’t it bad enough that we have billions of neutrinos shooting through our bodies at any given moment? Now this?

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This guy is obviously a fucking moron!

The Article:

By Robert Evans
GENEVA, Sept 22 (Reuters) - An international team of scientists said on Thursday they had recorded sub-atomic particles travelling faster than light -- a finding that could overturn one of Einstein's long-accepted fundamental laws of the universe.
Antonio Ereditato, spokesman for the researchers, told Reuters that measurements taken over three years showed neutrinos pumped from CERN near Geneva to Gran Sasso in Italy had arrived 60 nanoseconds quicker than light would have done.
"We have high confidence in our results. We have checked and rechecked for anything that could have distorted our measurements but we found nothing," he said. "We now want colleagues to check them independently."
If confirmed, the discovery would undermine Albert Einstein's 1905 theory of special relativity, which says that the speed of light is a "cosmic constant" and that nothing in the universe can travel faster.
That assertion, which has withstood over a century of testing, is one of the key elements of the so-called Standard Model of physics, which attempts to describe the way the universe and everything in it works.
The totally unexpected finding emerged from research by a physicists working on an experiment dubbed OPERA run jointly by the CERN particle research centre near Geneva and the Gran Sasso Laboratory in central Italy.
A total of 15,000 beams of neutrinos -- tiny particles that pervade the cosmos -- were fired over a period of 3 years from CERN towards Gran Sasso 730 (500 miles) km away, where they were picked up by giant detectors.
Light would have covered the distance in around 2.4 thousandths of a second, but the neutrinos took 60 nanoseconds -- or 60 billionths of a second -- less than light beams would have taken.
"It is a tiny difference," said Ereditato, who also works at Berne University in Switzerland, "but conceptually it is incredibly important. The finding is so startling that, for the moment, everybody should be very prudent."
Ereditato declined to speculate on what it might mean if other physicists, who will be officially informed of the discovery at a meeting in CERN on Friday, found that OPERA's measurements were correct.
"I just don't want to think of the implications," he told Reuters. "We are scientists and work with what we know."
Much science-fiction literature is based on the idea that, if the light-speed barrier can be overcome, time travel might theoretically become possible.
The existence of the neutrino, an elementary sub-atomic particle with a tiny amount of mass created in radioactive decay or in nuclear reactions such as those in the Sun, was first confirmed in 1934, but it still mystifies researchers.
It can pass through most matter undetected, even over long distances, and without being affected. Millions pass through the human body every day, scientists say.
To reach Gran Sasso, the neutrinos pushed out from a special installation at CERN -- also home to the Large Hadron Collider probing the origins of the universe -- have to pass through water, air and rock.
The underground Italian laboratory, some 120 km (75 miles) to the south of Rome, is the largest of its type in the world for particle physics and cosmic research.
Around 750 scientists from 22 different countries work there, attracted by the possibility of staging experiments in its three massive halls, protected from cosmic rays by some 1,400 metres (4,200 feet) of rock overhead.

And now the songs that were inspired by this slow moving wavy-shiny stuff.
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Harry James – I’m Beginning to See the Light – Nice little number.



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The Five Americans – I See the Light – Very psychy-sixties-garagey. Spirited and a little raw.


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The Maddox Brothers and Rose – Your Love Light Never Shone – Perhaps by the time the light got there, you were already somewhere else! Nice little country tune from the days when country had that genuine twang to it.


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The Dog Night – Put Out the Light – Latter day Dog Night. Nice presentation of this song. (though, I’ll admit, I always had a soft spot for this band)



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Peter Wolf – Lights Out – This is a bit night-clubby for me. Peter delivers it well, though. I wish he’d get back with J-Geils.



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Now the Classics


Pat Travers – Boom Boom Out Go the Lights – I’m not a big fan of the explanation at the top of the song, but it’s an effective cover. And let’s face it. This rather than one of his tepid originals.



Toddy Rundgren – I Saw the Light – Always this song. I can remember listening to this on my little portable radio. Ah the memories.


Creedence Clearwater Revival – Long as I Can See the Light – Almost a gospel number. A fine song from a wonderful but troubled songwriter.


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Discount Romance’s latest single and video is here. If you like marijuana or can splle marijuana, then this video is definitely for you!



Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!




This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Woody’s Truck Stop – The Talented Path Not Taken

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Rock and roll is a game of chance as well as talent. About a year ago, I attended at concert by Mudcrutch. Now, this would not even be worth mentioning had Mudcrutch not been Tom Petty’s band before he formed The Heartbreakers. There was Tom, Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench playing with the two other guys who didn’t go on to The Heartbreakers. Three multimillionaires having a fun time and two guys who needed the paycheck. Oh what could have been.
Which brings me to Woody’s Truck Stop. WHO!? Exactly. But Todd Rundgren was in this band before he went off and formed Nazz. Another story of what could have been or almost was. The path taken and those that got left behind.
I will say that this band is awful. (And Todd had left by the time this album was recorded) They don’t sing well. The tunes aren’t any good. They don’t play very well and their lyrics are “Brick” dumb.

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Got My Pride – Yikes these lyrics are bad. It’s kind of a country/rock sort of a song. They seem to just throw in expressions for no reason at all. They may have had their pride, but after this album, they probably didn't have their rent.



Everything is Fine – This is kind of a mystical ballad. Rogers and Clark, from Ishtar, could have been hired to write this clunker. Again, the lyrics don’t really fit together in a way that they make sense.




Color Scheme – The rocker! I’m not sure what it’s about. They really don’t play well. The drummer just flails away and the stops and starts come off as smooth as a car crash. I think Todd knew what he was doing when he skedaddled.



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Vital Woody’s Truck Stop info stolen from here:

Woody's Truck Stop came together in Philadelphia, in late May 1966. As young teens, drummer Bob Radeloff and guitarist Alan Miller had been active in a folk group that played in the local area. After high school, Miller began attending classes at the Philadelphia College of Art, while Radeloff continued teaching guitar classes. Miller and Radeloff soon were adding drummer Artie Heller and bassist Carson Van Osten (both new college classmates of Miller's) to form a group of their own, heavily inspired by electric blues acts like the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and the Blues Project, as well as Chess blues artists and British blues-rock groups like the Yardbirds. They got their name from the motorcycle repair shop below where the band rehearsed. Various other members came and went, including Bob's brother, keyboardist Ken Radeloff. During that summer of '66, after opening for the Shadows of Knight and the Byrds, Heller was replaced, first by Tim Moore, from DC & the Senators, and then, by drummer Joe DiCarlo. One day DiCarlo brought his friend --Todd Rundgren -- to rehearsal, and after seeing Rundgren play guitar, Bob Radeloff convinced Miller that having twin stereo lead guitarists -- like Paul Butterfield's band -- would be a good thing. Rundgren joined and they continued playing gigs, mostly at low-key coffeehouses like The Second of Autumn and The Second Fret. They later relocated to the Boston area. Miller and Rundgren began arguing about the band's direction during this time. Miller wanted the band to remain more blues-oriented, while Rundgren wanted them to venture off in a more psychedelic-rock direction. On May 7, 1967, the band found themselves playing with the Blues Project at the Town Hall. After the audience pelted them onstage with pies, Rundgren decided to split and concentrate on his own music; he was replaced by rhythm guitarist Greg Radcliffe. Woody's Truck Stop continued on without him, and in February of 1968, the band landed on a bill with Rundgren's newly-formed band, the Nazz, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Rundgren's new band also featured bassist Van Osten, who had quit Woody's Truck Stop to concentrate on college. His replacement was bassist Ron Bogeon. Woody's Truck Stop, meanwhile, recorded their first album, the self-titled Woody's Truck Stop, at Regent Sound in New York City. It was released in 1969 on Mercury's Smash label. The album failed to bring them success, and soon after its release, the band broke up. Incidentally, a few of Rundgren's early demos with Woody's Truck Stop from late 1966 and early 1967-- including "Why Is It Me", and another an early Nazztrack, "The Lemming Song" -- have been collected on various Rundgren compilations, including a 2CD Nazz set released in 2002 on the Japanese Airmail Recordings label. The U.S.-based Distortions/Philly Archives also plan to reissue the

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/woody-s-truck-stop#ixzz1YXhRkobb

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Discount Romance’s latest single and video is here. If you like marijuana or can splle marijuana, then this video is definitely for you!



Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!




This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.

The Kooks - Nice Pop Boys!

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I just came across this group’s latest record, “Junk of the Heart”. I liked the first song but the second song really pricked up my ears. The lead singer’s voice has a certain Cure quality. They also play pop songs. I know there are only about 3 people in this entire country who care about finely crafted pop songs, but I miss them. Their first album went quadruple platinum in England. They probably couldn’t draw flies with shit on their heads in this country. For shame!

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How’d You Like That – I certainly did. This is the song that caught my interest. Nice stuff boys!


Do You Wanna – Catchy pop song. I just wish there was more of this kind of thing on the radio. The girl-on-girl dancing shots don’t hurt, either.



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Eddie’s Gun – this is one of their early singles.



Seaside – Cute little guitar ballad.



She Moves in Her Own Way – This bop along. This is a very enjoyable band.



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Their official Website:

Their Kookie Wiki Page is here:

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Discount Romance’s latest single and video is here. If you like marijuana or can splle marijuana, then this video is definitely for you!



Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!




This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9 - 17 & 18 - 2011

A special thanks to http://rave-and-roll.com/ for letting us repost their playlist and to David Marsden for allowing us to link to his great podcast. This is simply amazing music that you can download and listen to anytime. All you need to do is look at this list of tunes and you know there's no other radio show like it. Enjoy!

Here is a video from Mr. Marsden’s birthday bash last week. As Neil Young so eloquently sang, “Long My You Run.”


Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-17-2011
September 17, 2011
David Marsden on the Rock.FM every Saturday and Sunday night from 7 p.m. until midnight.
Once again, personal matters prevent me from providing a complete list on Saturday nights….if anyone is willing to cover from 10 pm until midnight on Saturdays, it would be greatly appreciated.
69 Eyes – Betty Blue
Animotion – Obsession
Cottage Industry – Things Go Up
Dandy Warhols – Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth
Dee Long – Dog Star
Depeche Mode – Behind The Wheel/Route 66 Mega Mix
Echo & The Bunnymen – The Killing Moon
Elbow – The Fix
Fine Young Cannibals – I’m Not The Man I Used To Be
Frank Zappa – Dancin’ Fool
Freedom Or Death – Inside
Gang Of Four – To Hell With Poverty
Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five – The Message
Joel Plaskett – One Look
Lou Reed – Sweet Jane
Ministry – Every Day Is Halloween
Pukka Orchestra – Listen To The Radio
Rammstein – Reise, Reise
Rock & Hyde – Dirty Water
Roger waters – Sunset Strip
Romeo Void – Never Say Never
Scissor Sisters – Invisible Light
Scritti Politti – Absolute
Sisters Of Mercy – Lucretia (My Reflection)
Slave To The SQUAREwave – Girl vs. Boy
Spoons – B Movie
Stranglers – Too Precious
Teenage Head – Top Down
Tom Robinson Band – 2-4-6-8 Motorway
Vibrators – Disco In Moscow
XTC – Making Plans For Nigel

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-18-2011
September 18, 2011
David Marsden on the Rock.FM every Saturday and Sunday night from 7 p.m. until midnight.
This is the complete list thanks to JerusalemSlim. Have a great week!

AWOLNation – Knights Of Shame
Band, et al – I Shall Be Released (Live)
Blue October – The Money Tree
Blue October – Feel Again
Blue October – The Follow Through
Blue October – The Flight (LNK To MSP)
Box Tops – The Letter
Boys Brigade – The Passion Of love
Bryan Ferry – Slave To Love
Buggles – I Am A Camera
Chameleons – Swamp Thing
Champion Heartache – Breathing For A Living
City Boy – Millionaire
Concrete Blonde – Everybody Knows
Crack The Sky – Safety In Numbers
Crash Test Dummies – Heart Of Stone
David Bowie – The Man Who Sold The World (fragment)
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Electric Flag – The Killing Floor
Elliott Smith – Good To Go
Elsaine – Prosaic
Elton John – Someone Saved My Life Tonight
Elton John feat. Leon Russell – If It Wasn’t For Bad
Everclear – Brown Eyed Girl
Freedom Or Death – Nobody Listens
Gary Moore – Looking For Somebody
Gentleman Reg – We’re In A Thunderstorm
Grateful Dead – Shakedown Street
Jamie Vernon – R.I.P.
Japan – Rhodesia
Jimi Hendrix Experience – The Wind Cries Mary
Jimi Hendrix Experience – Hey Joe
Jimi Hendrix Experience – Purple Haze
Klaatu – Calling Occupants Of Interpanetary Craft
Lemon Pipers – Green Tambourine
Leon Russell – A Song For You
Lighthouse Family – Free
Long John Baldry – Rock Me When He’s Gone
Madness – Our House (12″)
Midnight Oil – Beds Are Burning
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Secrets
Pack A.D. – Seasick
Patrick Dorrie – Cheap Motel Lights
Peter Murphy – Cuts You Up
Pink Floyd – High Hopes
Pink Floyd – See Emily Play
Procul Harum – Conquistador
Rare Bird – Sympathy
Rick Wakeman – Space Oddity
Snowy White – Bird Of Paradise
Stranglers – Ships That Pass In The Night
Thinkman – The Formula (Extrapolated Version)
Thomas Dolby – Airwaves
Violent Kin – Under The Living Skies
Vladymir Rogov – If A Tree Falls
Wintersleep – Experience The Jewel

http://www.therock.fm/ 

Click on the Saturday part of the icon to download or stream the Saturday show and the same for Sunday.



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Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!


This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Unbelievable Model of San Francisco – In Toothpicks!

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Model San Francisco Built Out Of 100,000 Toothpicks (VIDEO)
My wife sent this to me today, and I thought it was pretty cool. And a great excuse to present a bunch of songs about San Fran!



And here’s the story from the Huffington Post.

Artist and third-generation San Francisco resident Scott Weaver with his incredible 100,000 toothpick model of "The City on the Bay."
A toothpick might be the simplest device known to man, unless that man is artist Scott Weaver.
After 35 years and roughly 100,000 little wooden toothpicks, the third-generation San Francisco resident has created an incredibly intricate and interactive replica of The City by the Bay.
Titled "Rolling Through the Bay," Weaver's project chronicles life in his home city with a kinetic tour through San Francisco's sights, monuments, and history. Ping-pong balls roll down winding toothpick tracks, visiting the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and The Palace of Fine Arts, which contains a heart that, of course, was "left in San Francisco."
"I have used different brands of toothpicks depending on what I am building," Weaver explains on his website. "I also have many friends and family members that collect toothpicks in their travels for me. For example, some of the trees in Golden Gate Park are made from toothpicks from Kenya, Morocco, Spain, West Germany and Italy."
Weaver's masterpiece also features wooden models of a Rice-A-Roni cable car, a dragon for China Town, a psychedelic tribute to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, the Painted Ladies (think "Full House” homes) and a miniature of the World Series trophy.

And Now the Songs!
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Fever Tree – San Francisco Girls (1968 #590) Not a bad little song. Heavy psych quality to it and what better subject for a psych song in 1968 than San Fran…and girls.


Fever Tree’s Wiki page is here:

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Joe Simon – San Franciso is a Lonely Town (1969 #513) This is the other side of the city by the bay. Joe is kind of bummed out about it. Or maybe he’s just bummed out that the song only made it to #513 that year.


Joe Simon’s Wiki Page is here:

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Billy Murray – On San Francisco Bay (1907 #12) This was a big hit! The twelve most popular song of 1907. It’s had to tell if he was wearing a flower in his hair when he was singing this.


Billy Murray’s Wiki page is here:

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Peerless Quartet – San Francisco Bound (1913 #109) This is a peppy little number. And in very good shape (record-wise considering it is almost a hundred years old.



The Peerless Quartet Wiki Page is here:

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Tommy Dorsey – San Francisco (1936 #139) I don’t know who the singer is, but she does a nice job. I think it probably should have been pitched up a step. There’s also some nice soloing at the end.


Tommy Dorsey’s Wiki page is here:

This is the Bunny Berigan vesion. It also has a lot of spirit to it. Bravo!


Bunny Berigan’s Wiki page is here:

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Bob Lind – San Francisco Woman (B side 1966 # 219) This kind of a goofy little tune. I quite like it.


Bob Lind’s Wiki page is here:

His website is here:

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The Flowerpot Men – Let’s Go To San Francisco (1967 #51 (on the underground charts?) This is a little Good Vibrations in this song. Lots of falsetto singing.


The Flowerpot Men’s Wiki is here:

And a couple of classics:

Scott McKenzie – San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) It’s hard to believe that the world was once that young.


Scott McKenzie’s Wiki is here:

And of course Tony Bennett – You know the song.


And Tony’s Wiki page is here:

His official site is here:

And should you be interested…San Francisco’s Wiki page is here:

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Discount Romance’s latest single and video is here. If you like marijuana or can splle marijuana, then this video is definitely for you!



Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!




This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Scientists discover 12 new frog species in India - FROG SONGS!!!

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I thought the new story below was fascinating, so I decided to go through my archivesw and find all the songs that made the hit parade that had something to do with frogs. First the article.

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In this September 2011 photo released by Systematics Lab, Delhi University, a Wayanad …
NEW DELHI (AP) — Years of combing tropical mountain forests, shining flashlights under rocks and listening for croaks in the night have paid off for a team of Indian scientists that has discovered 12 new frog species plus three others thought to have been extinct.
It's a find the team hopes will bring attention to India's amphibians and their role in gauging the health of the environment.
Worldwide, 32 percent of the world's known amphibian species are threatened with extinction, largely because of habitat loss or pollution, according to the group Global Wildlife Conservation.
"Frogs are extremely important indicators not just of climate change, but also pollutants in the environment," said the project's lead scientist, biologist Sathyabhama Das Biju of the University of Delhi.
Many of the newly found frogs in India are rare and are living in just a single area, so they will need rigorous habitat protection, Biju told The Associated Press on Saturday. "Unfortunately in India, conservation has basically focused on the two most charismatic animals — the elephant and the tiger. For amphibians there is little interest, little funding, and frog research is not easy."
Night frogs are extremely hard to find, coming out only at dark and during the monsoon season, living either in fast-flowing streams or on moist forest ground.
Biju said he and his student researchers had to sit in dark, damp forests listening for frog sounds and shining flashlights under rocks and across riverbeds. They confirmed the new species by description as well as genetics.
The 12 new species include the meowing night frog, whose croak sounds more like a cat's call, the jog night frog, unique in that both the males and females watch over the eggs, and the Wayanad night frog, which grows to about the size of a baseball or cricket ball. "It's almost like a monster in the forest floor, a huge animal for a frog, leaping from one rock to another," Biju said.
Three other species were rediscovered, including the Coorg night frog described 91 years ago, after scientists "had completely ignored these animals, thinking they were lost."
The discoveries — published in the latest issue of international taxonomy journal Zootaxa — bring the known number of frogs in India to 336. Biju estimated this was only around half of what is in the wild, and said none of India's amphibians are yet being studied for biological compounds that could be of further use in science.
"We first have to find the species, know them and protect them, so that we can study them for their clinical importance," he said.
Biju is credited with discovering dozens of new Indian frog species during his 35-year career.


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And Now The Songs:

The Brothers Four – Frogg – (1961 #253) This sounds like a typical frog song. Very folky.



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Check Alamo Quartet – Leap Frog (1957 #Leap Frog) A little bit of a cheat, since it’s Leap Frog and not just frog. Plus, it’s a rocky/jazzy instrumental. It has its moments.



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Nuttin’ Nyce – Froggy Style (1995 #224) – This is a funky kind of thing. It’s about a sexual position. Similar to doggie style but with a lot more tongue involved. The song is not my particular cup of tea.



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May Irwin – The Frog Song (1907 #61) - This is very cute. Two Radio Vickers thumbs up.



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Axel F. – Crazy Frog (2005 #194) – Typical club-ass-wag shit. How many times has this little bit of tune been used? On top of the tried and true music is absolutely stupid vocals and sound effects.



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Sergio Mendes – Frog (b side 1967) This could be about frogs. It’s in Portugese (I assume) so I have no idea what they’re saying. It’s a bit Girl From Ipanema-ish.



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Peter Gabriel – Kiss that Frog (1993) – Not my favorite Peter Gabriel song and not from my favorite Gabriel song.  I was in the minority though, when he put out Sledgehammer and the songs that followed it.



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L.F. Fritz – The Nightingale and the Frogs – This is one old tune. Starts out sounding like a cartoon about a naughty little froggie about to get into trouble.



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Discount Romance’s latest single and video is here. If you like marijuana or can splle marijuana, then this video is definitely for you!



Here is Discount Romance’s very first single and video. Now available on I-Tunes and Amazon!




This is their promo video.



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Click this for their blog with news, demos, videos and goofy-captioned pictures of the band.

Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest single.



Here is the latest Death of the Author Brigade video.

Simple Song


And here’s the latest song by Death of the Author Brigade:

'Boy Next Door' is a bouncy little tune about a girl taking "Being Neighborly" to the next level. Who lives across the lawn from you?



And here is Don’t Tell Betsy’s latest video. Enjoy the spectacle.