Saturday, November 13, 2010

Embed and breakfast man: The Breeders

Can it really be true, as Wikipedia claims, that a very early version of The Breeders opened for Steppenwolf in 1977?

What was largely seen in 1988 as a kind of supergroup with a Pixie, a Pixie's twin, a Throwing Muse and one of The Perfect Disaster wasn't quite a continuation of the Deal twins' early group; the only revival was of the name. But it's still quite a thought.

Sadly, it doesn't look like the band's date at the Bronze has survived the attentions of Fox solicitors, so let's leap in with Divine Hammer and Cannonball, recorded for an MTV New Years Eve special in 1993:



I suspect to casual followers of the band, that single video might possibly embrace 'all there is to know about The Breeders'. Which could make the rest of the day something of a challenge.

Buy
Last Splash
Title TK
Mountain Battles

Breeders online
4AD site
The Breeders Digest
The Breeders on Last FM
The Breeders on Spotify

More to come around the weekend
We're Gonna Rise live in San Francisco
No Aloha live in Dublin
Gigantic live in Japan


2 comments:

Alan said...

"Can it really be true, as Wikipedia claims, that a very early version of The Breeders opened for Steppenwolf in 1977?"

Needs more detail.

simon h b said...

Disappointingly, half true, then...

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