Monday, December 25, 2006

Amos & Sara : Sara Goes Pop

After leaving the Homosexuals in 1981, the man of hundred pseudonyms, L.Voag (aka Amos) went into a creative overdrive, releasing about a dozen of solo/collaborative albums in the first half of the eighties, mostly ultra-rare hand-made cassette-only releases. For this one (and a couple more of cassette and vinyl e.p.'s) he teamed up with singer Sara and, as the title suggests, this may be their/his most accessible work and a good place to start investigating. Following this link you'll find a more recent very helpful and wonderful interview with Sara about those, but also more recent times. Just scroll down to fanzine #3 and find a download link. Great stuff,don't miss it! Amos is completely original and not sounding like anybody else, comparable only to early Residents in approach & excellence. Coloured-vinyl double 7" in hand silk-screened cover, later (or was it first?) released also on cassette with a lot of added material. Glorious lo-fi. Amos was also  a member of the excellent Die Trip Computer Die crew. Finally, here is an archive save of a rare in-depth explanatory interview with the man himself about all things Homosexuals, solo, and everything else.
Note: There is a similar post to this with some interesting rant, but no music.



Blogger Scott Soriano said...

Thanks for the plug. I've linked yours to mine

10:01 PM  
Blogger Psyence said...

Thank you. Some very creative songs on this album. My Pal The Crook stands out to me. You wouldn't happen to have That's Him All Over, would you?

12:04 PM  

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