It’s what shows up in the last minute that matters. I feel you today. I guess I’m feeling low and you know. Missing my BMF! Yes I love you! Thank you for sending this to me today baby! Originally posted in July 2001 by BMF for MC when they were far far apart. Not sure how it survived the internet hole, but came across it in some net archives today. Made me smile so big.
MC- update 3/4/2017 – I am trying to figure this out. I remember how upset we both were when we found out MusicFilter’s host had gone belly up. But Jeff was really sad and mad about it. I can’t remember now exactly when the problem started but it appears he tried to migrate the website to a new host on June 12, 2013 probably from a backup copy he had because the old host never sent him the back up he promised. BMF’s last attempted post was on February 7, 2014 when he tried to install a new podcast. But he was not successful and it made him unhappy and he just moved on to other things. On September 25, 2014 he mirrored musicfilter.com to musicfilter.net in order to preserve it until he could get interested in it again.This is where the old skeleton lives but it’s seriously broken down on the inside and I will have to go back through years of archives and Jeff’s three computers to hopefully find everything. On January 13, 2017 I began restoring MusicFilter for him cause that’s what he intended to do and I know he would love that I’m doing it for him now. We loved MusicFilter! It’s slow and tedious but I’m finding BMF’s goods every single day.
February 7, 2018 – Update – BMF’s last attempted post @ MusicFilter was on February 7, 2014 when he tried to install a new podcast. But he was not successful and it made him unhappy and he just moved on to other things.
On 8/16/17 I found the podcast and reposted it. It made me happy to hear his voice.
I will do a more lengthy review when I get the time but I wanted to say that it kicks major ass. Harder then recent releases it sounds GREAT. Get a copy before they are all gone. This is the type of record you plop on the turntable, turn the volume to 11 and let the music envelope your senses. Your senses will thank you.
Read a recent interview of Rick here and a local Detroit review here.