A&R man ( The Libertines among his spots), band manager and rock’n’roll raconteur James Endeacott set up his own record label, 1965 Records , in 2006 in conjunction with SonyBMG. After several years – and a lot of records – the enterprise came to an end… but despite, or indeed because of that experience he’s at it again. Reviving 1965 for the new year, the label kicks back into life with a night at the Amersham Arms in London on 20 December featuring Holy , Man & The Echo and Lusts live, while Palma Violets are on the decks. Explaing why it’s 1965 again, he’s written a guest column for Q on the joys and pitfuls of having your own label... http:///7601/guest-column-i-wish-it-could-be-1965-again/
FREASE: Right. They would add extra - well, they would add hair. They didn't want hair at all apparently. And then, they would bring it into the big meeting with all the head honchos. And those guys would say oh, well, you've got to get rid of the hair on the arms. And they would kind of be distracted from all the other things they had added to the character. So that's where the term comes from. It's basically something you add to a design that you know you may not even want there, but it's a distraction from your client or creative director.
Easy — you see, you can have your own download of "Big Beyond Belief" all to yourself for 3 entire months (90 days)... and if by that time you aren't consistently and easily putting on slabs of muscle that wreck your wardrobe... then I insist you simply email the manual back. And I'll refund every cent of your purchase price! Just shoot an email to support@ saying "Thanks for letting me try "Big Beyond Belief", but I want a refund". Include your order number (and be sure to email me from the same email address you used to order)... and you will be credited, with a prompt refund.