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John Bush

A citizen of AMG’s hallways and broom closets since June 15, 1995, John Bush was educated in his birthplace, the lakeshore jewel of Holland, MI, where he proudly marched in the annual Tulip Period Celebration (which ranked, at its zenith in the past due ’70s, as the third-largest floral-themed event held in THE UNITED STATES, behind just Pasadena’s Rose Parade and New Orleans’ Mardi Gras, the last mentioned which barely qualifies being a floral-themed event). His supplementary education happened at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, where he gained his B.A. level in British by operating as the Music Movie director in the school’s cable-only radio train station. In his spare-room period, he has loved performing using the avant sound music group Monera (thanks to Elsie + Jack port Recordings) and in addition hearing music, generally by either experimental electro suppliers or prewar cross-dressing vaudevillians. Musical FAQ First Record Bought: The Vehicles – Heartbeat Town First Concert: Rick Springfield Preferred Music Film: Singin’ in the torrential rain Favorite Music Publication: High Occasions, CRISIS – Anita O’Day Preferred Songwriter: Willard Robison Preferred Maker: Brian Wilson Preferred Arranger: Fletcher Henderson Preferred Record Label: Fania Preferred Music Article writer: Will Friedwald Desert Isle List 45s: Balil – “Choke and Travel” (Artwork) Ray Barretto – “Acidity” (Fania) The Seaside Males – “EACH DAY in the life span of the Tree” (Capitol) The Beatles – “IN MY OWN Existence” (Parlophone) Dark Doggie Productions – “Clan (Mongol Hordes)” (Warp) Blame – “2 Poor Mice Consider You” (Shifting Darkness) The Boo Radleys – “Lazarus” (Creation) Boogie Down Productions – “The Bridge HAS ENDED” (B Boy) Camp Lo – “Luchini AKA THAT IS It” (Profile) The Cardigans – “Carnival” (Trampoline) John Coltrane – “A Appreciate Supreme” (Impulse!) Joe Cuba – “Un Pito” (Seeco) Daft Punk – “Musique” (Soma) Mls Davis – “Shhh/Tranquil” (CBS) DJ Buzz – “Move the Beats” (Shifting Darkness) Bob Dylan – “Tangled Up in Blue (Acoustic)” (Columbia) The Flamingos – “I JUST HAVE Eyes for you personally” (End) Global Conversation – “Pentamerous Metamorphosis: Delta Stage” (Dedicated) Goldie – “Timeless” (Metalheadz) Merle Haggard – “I Have a Lot of Satisfaction in What I Am” (Capitol) The Hollies – “Ruler Midas backwards” (Epic) LFO – “Freeze” (Warp) Experts at the job – “To Maintain Like” (MAW) MC Shan – “The Bridge” (Cool Chillin’) The Monkees – “Don’t Ask Me” (Colpix) Moose – “This River WON’T Run Dry out” (Virgin) The Orb – “Towers of Dub” (Big Lifestyle) Pavement – “Unseen Power from the Picket Fence” (Matador) Photek – “The Organic” (Photek) Psyche – “Neurotic Behavior” (Transmat) Paul Revere & the Raiders – “Kicks” (Columbia) Smokey Robinson & the Wonders – “Tears of the Clown” (Motown) Frank Sinatra – “One for My Baby (And YET ANOTHER for the street)” (Capitol) Mel Tormé – “Hill Greenery” (Coral) A Tribe Known as Search – “Prize Tour” (Jive/RCA) Underground Level of resistance – “Stardancer” (UR) Dionne Warwick – “Anyone Who Got a Center” (Scepter) Stevie Wonder – “Be kind to yourself” (Motown) The Zombies – “Inform Her Zero” (Decca) LPs: Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Functions 85-92 (R&S) The Seaside Guys – Endless Summertime (Capitol) The Seaside Boys – Family pet Noises (Capitol) The Beatles – Silicone Soul (Capitol) Dark Pet dog Productions – Bytes (Warp) Willie Digestive tract – Cosa Nuestra (Fania) John Coltrane – Spirit Trane (Prestige) Carl Craig – Landcruising (Blanco con Negro) Kilometers Davis – Filles de Kilimanjaro (Columbia) Brian Eno – Right here Arrive the Warm Jets (EG) Gilberto Gil – Gilberto Gil [1968] (Philips) Global Conversation – 76:14 (Dedicated) Dexter Gordon – Proceed (Blue Notice) Merle Haggard – Lonesome Fugitive (Razor & Tie up) Herbie Hancock – Mwandishi: THE ENTIRE Recordings (Warner Bros.) Jurassic 5 – Jurassic 5 EP (Rumble) Marley Marl – Home of Strikes (Chilly Chillin’) Model 500 – Classics (R&S) Anita O’Day – Anita Sings probably the most (Verve) The Orb – U.F.Orb (Big Existence) Orbital – Orbital 2 (ffrr) Eddie Palmieri – La Perfecta (Alegre) Paperclip People – THE TRICK Tapes of Dr. Eich (World E) Elvis Presley – Greatest Jukebox Hits (RCA) General public Enemy – Concern with a Black World (Def Jam) Frank Sinatra – Sings for Just the Lonesome (Capitol) Tangerine Desire – Phaedra (Virgin) Mel Tormé – Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire (Bethlehem) A Tribe Known as Quest – THE REDUCED End Theory (Jive) Marcos Valle – Samba ’68 (Verve) Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso [1971] (Philips) Stevie Question – Music of My Brain (Motown)

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