Project Exploring Lexington’s Underground Music Scene Among Grant Recipients
Mingle Freely blog (run by Mick Jeffries)
By JOSH JAMES
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Ten regional oral history projects are that much closer to completion thanks to grants awarded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission. One of those projects explores the history of Lexington’s underground music scene. (Click link below to read more)
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Very cool. Not recalling Bradley's successor club to LMNOP. Most emphatically DO recall seeing the Babylon Dance Band and Human Sexual Response there, however. The former capturing something close to what it must have felt like to see the Who at the Marquee (but with feminine power chords) and the latter decked out in Donnie and Maire jams with a performance somehting close to the Airplane crossed with King Crimson crossed with New Wave doo wop or some such
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It was Cafe Au Go Go, right?
A slightly dyslexic (judging by typos in firs post) TrivThur AND Tara Key fan…
i think it was CLUB au Go Go and CAFE LMNOP… but I could be wrong!