#66 Jazz From Outer Space, Vol. 2

So it is written, that in this, the year of our Lord, we reconvened to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of "The Premiere And Final Performance Of Jazz From Outer Space" (#35), a ten minute shock to the nervous system that should have ended the possibility of any future encores. Well, this Jazz From Outer Space music has nothing to do with the first Jazz From Outer Space. We just thought we'd toss another "series," or marketable brand, up against the wall and see if it sticks. You never know, one of Johnny Depp's or Tom Hanks' daughters might tweet "those Jazz From Outer Space guys are cool," and we'll become internet sensations, able to call our own shots at the next Comic-Con... or maybe, some Westinghouse Appliance Trade Show Convention gig.


Audacious (9:11)
The Original King Heroin (8:06)
I Know (6:15)

Free 320


Duncanmusic said...

Jeez! What took me so long? Well, I started my vacation the day you posted this and just got around to checking new postings in the nether regions of my blog list ( of 200+ music blogs)...not that I wasn't interested; just late for the show. I like it as usual which makes me one sick fuck I guess. Thanks.

We're Late For Class said...

Thanks Duncan. You're quickly becoming our only remaining fan.

Duncanmusic said...

That can't be right...how anonymous are you?

We're Late For Class said...

You know how it goes... young band comes out, nobody hears them, they struggle for acceptance, slowly gaining listeners, getting a little press and media interest, along with some spotlight time and they think they're getting big, enjoy some notoriety, gain a few fans, then peak (without knowing it) while failing to recognize that the public's interest is fickle, changing, wanting something more, something different. Of course, the band is slow to change with the times, so they begin losing whatever relevance and listeners they had until, before you know it, it's VH1 Behind The Music time, and they're explaining their downfall and remembering their good times to anyone who'll listen. Which, it seems in his case, is you. So, thanks for that.

infinite fool said...

I, too, remain a fan (when my aging brain cells let me remember). Like many fans, however, I long for the early, less commercial days. When, oh when, will you ever top "'Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun' As Played By Vanilla Fudge Imitating Iron Butterfly When Fudge Were Forced To Open For Butterfly"?

We're Late For Class said...

Thanks Mr. Infinite. Guess we peaked early. Every band's got their Dark Side Of The Moon... which always comes before their Final Cut.

mick55 said...

Can leaves Inner Space, goes to Outer Space,
meets The Orb and some baked Floyd heads for
a mind melt sandwich on Venus.

We're Late For Class said...

Thanks Mick. We should be so lucky.