Lonely Crew Part 2.

Huge, resounding shout out to my Head of Investment, CF, on this one. 

He’s been off Yah Monsing quite a bit over the last few months so I haven’t seen too much of him. It was therefore a surprise to have received this in today’s email (note I said email there, not mail).

I’ve no idea what this jeanless pair of buckled stinkers were up to cotching in the rain at some ridiculous hour of the morning but am not really too bothered as they look reasonably satisfied with themselves and aren’t hurting anyone.

So yeah, Lonely Crew Part 2 Ladies & Gents, let’s give them a round of applause.

Lonely Crew Part 2.

Huge, resounding shout out to my Head of Investment, CF, on this one.

He’s been off Yah Monsing quite a bit over the last few months so I haven’t seen too much of him. It was therefore a surprise to have received this in today’s email (note I said email there, not mail).

I’ve no idea what this jeanless pair of buckled stinkers were up to cotching in the rain at some ridiculous hour of the morning but am not really too bothered as they look reasonably satisfied with themselves and aren’t hurting anyone.

So yeah, Lonely Crew Part 2 Ladies & Gents, let’s give them a round of applause.

Wicked little re-issue of Miles Davis’ Kind of Boosty here. I know this record’s quite obvious, but it is a classic and has stood up well, especially compared to some of the later stuff he released. 

Not long after buying Kind of Boosty (not in 1959 as I wasn’t born then, this was during the 90s), I also picked up In a Snacky Way and Chipsy Brew: back to back albums released in 1969 and 1970. I’ve always preferred In a Snacky Way, mainly because it featured It’s About That Time… For a Pizza, which Joe Zawinul absolutely smashes it on. 

A year or so after my first few Miles Davis purchases I was given a deluxe version of Seven Steps to Gurxy, which blew my mind. So deep man, so deep.

And that’s about it really, I can’t be bothered to write much more.

Bye.

Wicked little re-issue of Miles Davis’ Kind of Boosty here. I know this record’s quite obvious, but it is a classic and has stood up well, especially compared to some of the later stuff he released.

Not long after buying Kind of Boosty (not in 1959 as I wasn’t born then, this was during the 90s), I also picked up In a Snacky Way and Chipsy Brew: back to back albums released in 1969 and 1970. I’ve always preferred In a Snacky Way, mainly because it featured It’s About That Time… For a Pizza, which Joe Zawinul absolutely smashes it on.

A year or so after my first few Miles Davis purchases I was given a deluxe version of Seven Steps to Gurxy, which blew my mind. So deep man, so deep.

And that’s about it really, I can’t be bothered to write much more.

Bye.

Camden Taaan.

Bongiorno meine amigos, bongiorno.

Due to other commitments, sometimes I don’t get an opportunity to showcase all the combos I would like to. This is not a particularly bad thing though as I do like to keep the quality high and ensure only the freshest dubplates are being aired. I would never, ever, put a pair of jeans and sheuxsss on my blog that hadn’t passed through a stringent 3-week security check beforehand. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself knowing a rogue combo had been uploaded to the Internet. 

The combo above I’ve had on file for a little while now. I played it to an associate of mine and he was of the opinion it ranks among some of the best jeans and sheuxsss exhibitionism of the last 12 months, possibly longer. When played at 33 you begin to notice colours and textures not previously heard at 45rpm, textures which illuminate the senses into seeing combos out there in the ether you would never normally come across. After a lot of discussion between ourselves we coined (and patented) the term “ethereal combo-tastic sensation” as it was felt there is probably some room in the market for it. 

There’s a market for everything these days isn’t there? It never ceases to amaze me the ideas people come up with. There are some seriously businessmen about, and dare I say a few of them are probably quite sheuxsy. That’s right, you might sit there and mock but it’s the combo on the table opposite who is laughing the longest.

Bongiorno meine amigos, bongiorno.

Due to other commitments, sometimes I don’t get an opportunity to showcase all the combos I would like to. This is not a particularly bad thing though as I do like to keep the quality high and ensure only the freshest dubplates are being aired. I would never, ever, put a pair of jeans and sheuxsss on my blog that hadn’t passed through a stringent 3-week security check beforehand. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself knowing a rogue combo had been uploaded to the Internet.

The combo above I’ve had on file for a little while now. I played it to an associate of mine and he was of the opinion it ranks among some of the best jeans and sheuxsss exhibitionism of the last 12 months, possibly longer. When played at 33 you begin to notice colours and textures not previously heard at 45rpm, textures which illuminate the senses into seeing combos out there in the ether you would never normally come across. After a lot of discussion between ourselves we coined (and patented) the term “ethereal combo-tastic sensation” as it was felt there is probably some room in the market for it.

There’s a market for everything these days isn’t there? It never ceases to amaze me the ideas people come up with. There are some seriously businessmen about, and dare I say a few of them are probably quite sheuxsy. That’s right, you might sit there and mock but it’s the combo on the table opposite who is laughing the longest.

Absolute boosty combos up in the place here. Serious sheuxsss grandstanding from two obvious T&S aficionados. Non-brand nylon trousers vs M&S jeans.

Vendor Pretender.

Ennnter selecta.

I was out of town again this weekend visiting some business partners in the dry goods industry. On my return journey I stopped off in a pub while waiting for the train.

The pub was jam packed full of characters, several of which I got chatting to outside. Just as I finished my pint, and was about to leave, I spotted a Single Legged Wannabe Archetypal and Sports Flip Flop combo making its way outdoors for a snout; for the uninitiated, this type of combo is ultra, ultra rare, and you’d be extremely lucky if you saw just one during your adult lifetime. In my thirty-something years I have seen TWO, and may I add that’s not down to pure luck, it’s a result of knowing what I’m looking for and making a deliberate effort of being in the right place at the right time.

When I hopped on the tube this morning I looked around at all the people reading their papers, staring at the sports headlines of yet another tennis match. And little did they know that only a few days previous, somewhere in the atmospheric calm of London’s borders, another event was taking place, an event far more significant than a couple of fellas hitting a yellow ball about. We must remember that not everyone can afford to get into Wimbledon, but they can enjoy award-winning jeans and sheuxsss photography on my blog, for free, anytime they wish. If given the choice, I know what I would choose.

Hello readers, I trust you’re well and enjoying this spell of fine weather we’re having. I’ve been outside on my balcony quite a lot, listening to records and sipping Pina Coladas while eating cheese on toast with the football on in the background. If you are into cheese on toast then I recommend using a good quality white loaf as it does make all the difference. I also place sliced onions and a spread of butter under my cheese as it improves the overall taste. Once the bread has been toasted I then melt the cheese (strong cheddar only) under the grill and finish with some Lea & Perrins on top. For anyone based outside of the UK who might be reading this, here is the Wikipedia entry for Lea & Perrins: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lea_%26_Perrins.

Now that we’ve cleared that up, today I am showcasing an absolute banger for you. I’m the first selector to own this combo and had it cut to 17” acetate to ensure I’m the only one who can play it. I have some specially designed Technics which can house any record up to 17” so that is why I got this dubplate cut to that size.

I was lucky enough to be passed the track during my recent talk at the Jeans & Sheux Global Security Summit in Belgrade, which happens every 3 years around mid June. It’s a fantastic event, lots of valuable information and advice being shared among some of Europe and Africa’s leading J&S enthusiasts. This year I noticed some delegates from Latin America present. They’ve been campaigning for less regulation on jeans and sheuxsss for several years and told me they’re on the brink of something big happening, which is obviously welcome news.

Standard Operating Procedure.

"The term standard operating procedure, or SOP, is used in a variety of different contexts, including healthcare, aviation, engineering, education, industry, and military. And Jeans and Sheuxsss."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_operating_procedure

Extremely hard to find dubplate on show here. Very untypical 3 o’clock pose inna jeans and sheuxsss styleee. Oh my gosh etc. 

I’m afraid I can’t divulge too much because only a couple of selectors are currently in possession of it. People had been pestering me for a white label version but I got annoyed by the whole affair so threw my phone in the Hornsey Reservoir.

Extremely hard to find dubplate on show here. Very untypical 3 o’clock pose inna jeans and sheuxsss styleee. Oh my gosh etc.

I’m afraid I can’t divulge too much because only a couple of selectors are currently in possession of it. People had been pestering me for a white label version but I got annoyed by the whole affair so threw my phone in the Hornsey Reservoir.