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On queer music

jkusters and I were talking about some old queer musical favorites, namely Romanovsky & Phillips and Lynn Lavner, both extremely popular when I was A College Queer Activist. It seems R&P's music label, Fresh Fruit records, is out of business, and John got an e-mail from Paul Phillips directly saying that they're no longer performing, nor pressing any more copies of their existing albums, so whatever is out there is out there. Lynn Lavner, much to my surprise, is still touring, although it looks like not recording. (She once gave me permission to score a choral arrangement of "Such Fine Young Men," but I never got around to it.)

John did dig up a site for Lynn's work - http://www.geocities.com/llavner/ - that I'll have to figure out how to add to my Amazon.com wish list! :D I have all four of her albums on vinyl, but I'd love to get what she has on CD, and maybe the two tapes and burn them to CD. I even have a vinyl copy of a musical review she wrote very early in her career, "Ladies Don't Spit And Holler." Quite amusing stuff.

A little prelimniary digging shows that at least the last 3 R&P albums are still available around, including on Barnes & Noble. I doubt their first couple of albums ever made it to CD, but I could probably find them on tape. Hmmm. Time for some more digging. Now if I only had more money... :(


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Jul. 11th, 2003 03:00 pm (UTC)
I have everything R&P has ever recorded available on CD. Let me know if you have problems finding anything...

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