Blue Cheer


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Regional drug slang for a blue pill with LSD and methedrine, named after the trademarked laundry detergent
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VILLA U23s 4 NEWCASTLE U23s 0 LIBOR Kozak hit a hat-trick as Aston Villa under-23s provided some claret and blue cheer at Villa Park.
I would probably put Jimi Hendrix Experience, Blue Cheer and The Groundhogs.
Whether you prefer the original Eddie Cochran version, the classic Live at Leeds from The Who, or even the ear-bleeding crushing power chords of Blue Cheer, "Summertime Blues" is one of those songs written for August.
By the late sixties, Blue Cheer was turning Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues" into a soup of bassy grunge, the Beatles were splicing and re-splicing tape clips for "Revolution 9," and Jimi Hendrix was coaxing feedback from his guitar amp for a screaming "Star-Spangled Banner.
He was 14 and was just getting into the blues after realizing how important they were to his favorite rock bands, like Cream and Blue Cheer.
Joined by Reverend Harry Ross, a Foundation trustee and vicar of St Luke The Evangelist in Goodison Road, they sported ECHO Blue Noses and spread and received True Blue cheer in equal measure.
Imagine having your brain shoved through a sausage mincer and the bits moulded together tomake a giant 1975, before being attached to electrodes by Blue Cheer and lit up like a lava lamp the size of British Columbia - that's what Black Mountain sound like.
Where the Donor would allow him to indulge his Blue Cheer obsession to the max, the influences on the solo stuff were more disparate.
Or the poster by Victor Moscoso, also calligraphic, for gigs by Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Mount Rushmore, and Blue Cheer on June 29 and 30 and July 2 at the Avalon Ballroom, which adds blue to green and red and scatters its text through a nausea-inducing double spiral.
The three-hour show's encore included two more covers, the Blue Cheer version of Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues" and the Cream-inspired version of Robert Johnson's "Crossroads.
It generated the biggest claret and blue cheer of the afternoon.
Adlington - the solicitor who has done so much work for the Hillsborough Family Support Group's campaign for justice - has been spreading some Blue cheer in Africa.