This amazing thing happens every year. Here are photos of people and bands from: Pouzza Fest 1 (2011), Pouzza Fest 4 (2014), Pouzza Fest 6 (2016), and a couple from Mini Pouzzas in Toronto… You should go!
Back in 2006, the dirty Dogs recorded a handful of songs with Mike Pedrow at Rumenal Records. We had a bit of a plan but after the 2 days of recording, we only got as far laying everything down. We were out of cash and figured we would wait some time until we were all ready to jump back in again. Guitar player Cactus made the roughest of rough mixes so we had something to listen to before our next mixing session. I clearly remember asking Mike
“Aren’t you going to label the envelope?” that he had stuffed our working reels into.
“Nah, I’ll find em” he said, barely making eye contact. I had a feeling then, that this was not good.
Then, nothing, the winds of time blew over our lives and we never got around to booking another session. By the time we expressed interest in obtaining the tapes, we lost track of Mike or he lost track of his phone, and we lost touch..or he lost the envelope. (Mike call Jason)
Mike is a good guy, some amazing records have come out of Rumenal over the years. He even helped us with a PA and some live sound for a show at the Woodbridge Legion once. Come to think of it, this is the show were several people were repeatedly electrocuted during their set. (Naomi and Cactus mostly)
So here is the Night Rider, thank fully this exists at all. I began editing the video to a point, and then finished years after I started. The lyrics, from the film, are the anguished diatribes of a madman who lived to ride and rode to die. Live footage is from Dee’s in 2007 and the Bovine in 2012. A few more songs from this session are on bandcamp as “Rumenal Demo’ featuring interludes by our spiritual advisor, Sparks. Thank you to stinko crew who always come out and make our shows amazing. Video by John.
SUMMER OF ’92’s third release, ‘Long Kesh’ features nine original songs including reworked, full band versions of songs from both 2004’s ‘Bullet’ EP and 2007’s ‘Saskatchewan’ EP, older songs that pre-date ‘Bullet’, brand new songs appearing here for the first time and two cover songs, Dramarama’s ‘Anything, Anything’ and Pete St. John’s traditionally inspired Celtic football club anthem ‘Fields of Athenry’.
Long Kesh’ marks the debut of Summer of ’92 as a full band. A release that took four years with members coming and going, houses were purchased, weddings were had, children were born, members returned, members moved to other cities or aboard. To sum up, life got in the way. Determined to see it through though and here it is. We think it was worth the wait. Enjoy. -so92
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