OK people, Kiloh has delivered the goods! I have been working with William Warner to make a few of his photographs of the 13th Floor Elevators available for the very first time. Take a look at this: http://www.wmwarner.com/13-el-prints-offer.html
Amazing. These are direct from the original negatives! These aren’t crappy 9 x 12 glossies but are fabulous 11 x 14 professionally mounted prints signed by the photographer.
One of the prints is a “never seen” shot from the Living Eye in Houston!
Right now, Mr. Warner has 15 of these same prints up on eBay for SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS minimum starting bid. So did Kiloh do right by you? You’re Goddamn right he did!
This is one set of prints at one, low, price. No going: “I only want *that* print.”
Look on the webpage and click the BUY NOW button to purchase electronically.
Those that want to send checks or money orders will have to do so through me. If you want to pay by check email Kiloh here: Rokysyd11@yahoo.com
That’s rokysyd11 @ yahoo . com
Email me and tell me that you want to pay by check. I’ll send you my address and instructions.
These prints are bad-ass. It doesn’t get any better than this.
I am grateful I was born in Austin in 1953 so I could be the perfect age to experiement and be there to experience the full effect of the 60's and 70's music scene. Since my parents divorced and my mother moved to Houston I also got to experience the 60's and 70's there too. Too many memories to mention.
Hi all. I got here thanx to Paul Bertrand. I like this site. I've been listening to psych music since forever..back in Australia where the very word "psychedelic" sent visions of anarchy in peoples' minds! I loved the tunes from Austin...Elevators, Moving Sidewalks, etc. Great stuff indeed! See you all.
is there a definitive work to recommend? 2 of the bands in your ranch i've had the pleasure to sit in with. the charalambides when we neighbors on lexington when i was still new to the drums(1995?), and p.u. a couple months back when there drummer was hospitalised for his hernia. i hear tom and christina are comin thru houston again in sept. and my new band graustark is on the bill. the guitarist in my new project has visited st thomas nearby for evidence of a red crayola and got some yearbook photos of mayo. he sez warhol was an artist in residence about the same time and brought the v.u. guys through texas (1966?). i'm sure there's that info out there on line somewhere, but i've asked around for material in print and get the same 'idunno'. frank davis is still kicking locally. we want to tap that rescource whenever he wants to record us, but the number of people connected to the history has got to be dwindling. a couple of other friends were excited about a preservation effort-like a collection of interviews/recollections about the scene, the clubs, the bands, the people. any help would go a long way. thanks, bill.
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enough said!!the page is great. I'm from buenos aires.and we play rocky erickson covers too. tha name of mi band is electroshock and I wana send a single cd to you. please send my a dir to send some cd's to you!!