Friday, January 20, 2017


Good evening. Here's what's happening in the world of outsider music. Our top story today:

- Florence Foster Jenkins, "The World's Worst Opera Singer," is not only the subject of the recent Meryl Streep film, but of two books, including one written by ma music bloggin' homie Darryl Bullock, of "World's Worst Records" fame. The other book is supposedly the one that inspired the film. Still not enough? Dig the documentary DVD.

- Was quite surprised and delighted to hear Shooby Taylor the Human Horn in the recent animated film "Sing." 'Twas only a few seconds of "Stout Hearted Man" but still, Shooby's fnally hit the big time! They better include him on the soundtrack album.

- All Eternal Things is a beyond-great blog dedicated to lounge private-press vinyl. The album cover pics are priceless, and the mixes and vinyl rips are hours of good bad listening.

- The Everyday Film, whose recordings were once so elusive, has now thrown up everything (if you'll pardon the expression) on Bandcamp.

From all of us here at M4M news, thanks for watching. Good night!


Anonymous said...

Giant Tub of Cheese -

Thank you for all the Music for Maniacs & keeping things interesting

0 0

Martooni said...

We are at the cusp of a new golden age of music!

Darryl Bullock said...

Thanks for the plug Mr Fab!

chrismix said...

Thanks for everything you post dear Music for Maniacs.
Please don't forget a recent french film by Xavier Giannoli: "Marguerite" inspired by Florence Foster Jenkins life.