MC5Motor City Five (band)
MC5Music Contest 5
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Calibration data on every instrument is stored in the AMS Suite database and downloaded at the appropriate time directly to a MC5 portable calibrator for use by a technician following a designated route in the field.
She alludes to literary sources--Mark Strand and Robert Creeley--as freely as she does to popular music icons MC5 and David Bowie.
Marc: It was a festival organized by Sonic Youth, so they were playing with the Melvins, Dinosaur Jr, the Stooges, and MC5.
It also comes with KM's MC5 controller and can be con figured as a production cell with an integrated robot, creating 25% smaller footprint than a non-integrated cell.
Although there's only the two of them they generate an impressive amount of energy, as one might expect from an outfit that proudly acknowledges the likes of MC5, The White Stripes and the Stooges as influences.
Now in an updated edition with two dozen previously unpublished black-and-white period photographs, additional recent writings by the author, and an introduction by Michael Simmons, Guitar Army: Rock Revolution with MC5 and the White Panther Party is the testimony of the Detroit MC5 band manager and leftist revolutionary "White Panther Party" leader John Sinclair, originally published in 1972.
Think of this five-disc box as the companion set to "The Rock Snob's Dictionary" -- Nico, David Ackles, Delaney & Bonnie, Love, Tim Buckley, the MC5, the Stooges .
Later in the war, the building was used for the manufacture of Halifax Bomber floors before housing Government censorship agency MC5, which employed hundreds of linguistic and mathematic experts to intercept mail and break enemy code.
To record their first American record, Dionysus teamed the boys with producer Michael Davis, bassist for the groundbreaking Detroit punk band MC5.
No doubt, Kelley provided Moore with an inside line to a crucial cosmology, the patron saints of what has come to be known as indie rock--Sun Ra, Iggy & the Stooges, the MC5, and, among others (ahem), Destroy All Monsters.
The icon award was presented to the surviving founder members of the seminal 60s band MC5.
Standout essays are those by Jeff Hale on the way that John Sinclair and the MC5 band combined popular culture and radical politics, Lauren Onkey on the racial ironies in Jimi Hendrix's career, and David James on the underground films of Jonas Mekas and Stan Brakhage.