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Hit aus dem Lehrbuch
Date: December 1999
Journal: Das Spiegel
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: brief news story on 'I Wanna 1-2-1 With You'

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-09-23 11:57:55


The KLF featuring Wanda Dee
Date: 1993-10-27
Journal: Beat Magazine (Melbourne)
Author: Naomi Dinnen
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Wanda Dee and Eric Floyd interview, in which they reveal their scam and try to justify it.

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-08-24 22:51:14


The White Room
Date: 02 March, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: T speaker stack

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-08-05 00:57:45


Bill and Zed's bogus journey
Date: 27 October, 1996 ?
Journal: The Scotsman (Weekend)
Author: Craig McLean
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: A good review of the Club Disobey reading, with pictures and a few quotes from Bill'n'Zed

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-07-03 14:47:52

22 years and I am the first, ace stuff lads.


Chill Out
Date: 27 January, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: Helen Mead
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: more a history of ambient than a review of the LP (8/10)

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-06-07 14:37:59


The North will rise again
Date: 09 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2018-04-07 06:08:08


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-12-26 11:38:58


Pump Up The Jams
Date: 29 December, 1990
Journal: Record Mirror
Author: Richie Blackmore
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: details of Grim and Black Room with quotes from Cauty and Drummond

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-11-17 03:16:30


Disco 2000 - Kings Cross The Bell
Date: 20 February, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: Barbara Ellen
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: a good review despite the fact that Mo and Cress are too drunk to perform and only do two songs

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-10-24 01:32:58


Information, Money and Value
Date: 2006-04-29
Journal:
Author: Allin Cottrell et al
Type of resource: Excerpts
Status: original
Description: A 409 page PDF on the value of money, a dense impenetrable academic book from the University of Glasgow with a passing reference to the money burning in a footnote
URL: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/info_book.pdf

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-10-17 04:30:41

Made me proud to be human, whilst also making me wonder if the people who print money are human.


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-10-16 20:54:46

30 years today.... How good is synchronicity?


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-10-16 20:50:42

IT HAS BEGUN


? (People's Pyramid)
Date: 15 November, 1997
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: K2 Plant Hire Ltd have revealed details of their alternative to the Millennium Dome. Taken from K2 Plant Hire Ltd website.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-10-09 16:31:58

The peoples pyramid will be built.


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-08-24 06:40:28

good


? (People's Pyramid)
Date: 15 November, 1997
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: K2 Plant Hire Ltd have revealed details of their alternative to the Millennium Dome. Taken from K2 Plant Hire Ltd website.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-05-05 07:49:25

Its nice i like it


This Weeks Thing
Date: 26 September, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: original
Description: pic of the JAMsmobile, and cowboy-hatted King Boy and Rockman from street photo-shoot

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-05-03 12:32:37

yes i would like to scan this un interneted picture


Shag Times
Date: February 1989 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Mat Snow
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-04-21 01:18:09


Shag Times
Date: February 1989 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Mat Snow
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-04-21 01:18:02


K.L.F. COMMUNICATIONS INFO' SHEET NINE.
Date: 1990-06-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Reprints the Space and KLF004X press releases, also Return from the Isle of Jura and live appearances details.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-03-12 01:10:17


? (K Foundation: Nailed To The Wall)
Date: January 1994
Journal: The Face
Author: ?
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Appreciative account by Art Award witness. Recommended.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-01-13 14:30:39

Cliff jones was later to become frontman of the band Gay Dad


? (K Foundation: Nailed To The Wall)
Date: January 1994
Journal: The Face
Author: ?
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Appreciative account by Art Award witness. Recommended.

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-01-13 14:29:33

This article was by Face journalist Cliff Jones


Last train To Trancentral
Date: 06 January, 1990
Journal: Record Mirror
Author: ?
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: 'ethereal atmospherics ... freight trains and keyboards'

Comment posted by Guest on 2017-01-07 19:54:44


K Sera Sera
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: photocopy
Description: Availible nowhere, No formats: K Sera Sera announcemnet

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-09-21 16:14:53

There is only one track, yes.


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-09-08 18:34:09

Bill, take care of your family first. Profound creativity will appear when the timing is right.


"HISTORY REWRITTEN" THE KLF BIOGRAPHY -- AUTUMN 1991 ("Mu" sleevenotes)
Date: 1991-10-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Taken from the booklet accompanying the Japanese CD, "MU" an update of previous biographies (e.g. on the US press release for The White Room, or KLF BIOG 012).

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-09-08 15:03:47


Information, Money and Value
Date: 2006-04-29
Journal:
Author: Allin Cottrell et al
Type of resource: Excerpts
Status: original
Description: A 409 page PDF on the value of money, a dense impenetrable academic book from the University of Glasgow with a passing reference to the money burning in a footnote
URL: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/info_book.pdf

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-07-13 10:41:46


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-05-18 16:37:42


The North will rise again
Date: 09 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:31:09

Yes please, should I email you at address in footer/ thingy.


It's Grim Up North
Date: 02 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:30:18

Yes please, should I email you at address in footer/ thingy.


It's Grim Up North
Date: 02 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:29:30

Yes please, should I email you at address in footer/ thingy.


It's Grim Up North
Date: 02 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:29:14

Yes please, should I email you at address in footer/ thingy.


K Sera Sera
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: photocopy
Description: Availible nowhere, No formats: K Sera Sera announcemnet

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:17:34

Can I ask if there is just the one track on the single? Long live the Justified. James [Sheffield, England]


K Sera Sera
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: photocopy
Description: Availible nowhere, No formats: K Sera Sera announcemnet

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-28 21:16:21

Can I ask if there is just the one track on the single? Long live the Justified. James [Sheffield, England]


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-04-08 14:58:00

I know that sheep.


Drummond blasts McGee's party politics
Date: 25 October, 1997
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: description of a discussion between Drummond and Alan McGee, boss of Creation Records

Comment posted by Guest on 2014-03-20 15:00:39


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-12-01 18:00:27

I hope not. It would be...anticlimactic. I miss them. What a time it was, but time moves on. Make mine a 99...


? (K2 Plant Hire)
Date: 31 October, 1997
Journal: Guardian
Author: K2 Plant Hire
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: scan
Description: announcing K2 Plant Hire and their website

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-11-05 05:51:53


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-10-23 09:21:47

Have they reformed yet?


The KLF Remain In Controversial Mood
Date: 21 March, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: GM?
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: original
Description: Dr Crawshaft's World of Pop

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-09-17 11:14:10

Yes, I want to scan it - how do I do it? Send an email to altasondas@hotmail.com and let me know how I can help


The KLF Remain In Controversial Mood
Date: 21 March, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: GM?
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: original
Description: Dr Crawshaft's World of Pop

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-09-17 11:13:22


Cape Wrath
Date: 08 December, 1995
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: text
Description: Announcement of the signing of the Cape Wrath contract. Also, plugs the Club Disobey film showing: "8pm Tonight, The Premier Carpark, Brick Lane"

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-08-15 21:01:51

Will they return in 2018 as promised, and possibly grace the world with more musical insanity inspired by the revamped Doctor Who show?


Bill's Back
Date: 12 August, 1999
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Drummond narration on new Skyray album, also new Mark Manning book.
URL: http://www.nme.com/news/1773.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-08-07 09:24:04

August 7th 2013 a Radio Broadcast and Gig from the Curfew Tower: Listed to perform is one Tenzig Scott Brown. Penkiln Burn Poster 528 contains the words (among others) BILL DRUMMOND: 1953: Born in Gcuwa, Transkei 1968: Buys The White Album by The Beatles 1984: Buys book of poems by Robert Service. Book contains The Land of Beyond 1986: Writes and records instrumental tune 1986: Uses line from The Land of Beyond as title for tune 1986: Releases The Man album. Track one, side one is True To The Trail 2002: Presses True To The Trail as 7” vinyl 45 in an edition of five 2002: Plays True To The Trail on Dansette Monarch before each performance lecture 2005: Decides True To The Trail is his theme tune 2006: Decides True To The Trail will play as his coffin glides behind the curtain 2013: Tells this story in back garden of The Curfew Tower on evening of 7 August 2013 and TENZING SCOTT BROWN: 1904: James Scott Brown born Melrose, Scotland 1953: James Scott Brown becomes estranged uncle to Bill Drummond 1953: Tenzing Norgay climbs Everest 1956: Stray cat climbs ivy on Scottish manse and into Bill Drummond’s bedroom 1956: Drummond family adopt stray cat and call her Tenzing 1999: Tenzing Scott Brown becomes pseudonym of Bill Drummond 2012: Tenzing Scott Brown plays True To The Trail on Dansette Monarch on top of The Curfew Tower 2012: Tenzing Scott Brown records the playing of True To The Trail on mobile phone 2013: Tenzing Scott Brown sends recording on mobile phone to Static Gallery, Liverpool Courtesy of KJ on the mailing list.


Why Did The K Foundation Burn A Million Quid?
Date: 04 September, 1995 ?
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: "Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond urgently need to know". Announcing the tour, where the answers to some questions will be sought.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-07-23 05:53:41


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-07-20 17:45:39

23 stars


WAITING. (KLF BIOG 010.)
Date: 1990-10-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Waiting video details. Also included Completist list.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-07-08 10:51:47


Bill Drummond: Agent provocateur
Date: 21 November, 2005
Journal: The Independent
Author: Declan O'Neill
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: webpage
Description: Drummond is interviewed in his artist's studio in Norwich as he prepares for No Music Day. He reflects on art and music and there are some interesting facts about the Cushendall Tower.
URL: http://news.independent.co.uk/people/profiles/article328380.ece

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-06-27 04:59:12

2013 What the fuck is going on ?


Interview: the KLF's James Cauty
Date: 18 June, 2003
Journal: rocknerd.org
Author: Ben Butler
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: webpage
Description: Crucial interview with Cauty conducted for an Australian Big Issue interview, but released on a music blog. He reveals how much money the KLF made, and discusses how Blacksmoke make music, among lots of other topics.
URL: http://rocknerd.org/article.pl?sid=03/06/18/0539252

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-06-26 09:54:27

Jimmy speaks much truth !


Burning question
Date: 13 February, 2000
Journal: Observer
Author: ?
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Mainly a history cum review of 45, but also some very significant quotes from Drummond. Seems that the pressure to sell copies of 45 has meant he will answer questions now.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-06-26 09:43:10

The man speaks much sense.


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-06-26 07:53:58

Pure Genius !


? (Brits statuette dug up)
Date: February 1993
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: The KLF's Brit's statuette was found buried at Stonehenge!

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-05-24 07:12:14

successfully


The White Room
Date: March 1991 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Iestyn George
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-05-04 21:19:47

Is this thing still active?


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-04-22 03:27:23

Hi, Bill Drummond will be in Liverpool on April 28th for his last The17 performance ever http://www.penkilnburn.com/news A great chance to meet him.


Portrait: The day Tammy said 'Is that you, honey?'
Date: 09 April, 1998
Journal: Guardian
Author: Bill Drummond
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Bill's obituary commentary piece about recording Tammy, seems to be identical to the version later included in '45'

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-04-10 20:15:38

I just cried watching the Top of the Pops performance of Justified & Ancient with Tammy. Sad to see her go so young.


Pranks for the Memory
Date: 16 February, 1991
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: David Stubbs
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Full story of how Bill and Jimmy were arrested after defacing a Gulf war billboard. Later in the pub, after their release, they talk about grown men doing pop music, short attention spans and hiding behind the KLF myth, rather than being famous.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-04-08 16:29:05


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-03-22 08:47:01

FOR SALE AMERICA: WHAT TIME IS LOVE CD. SIGNED BY JIMMY CAUTY. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=111037547127


Chill Out
Date: February 1990 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Ian Cranna
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: pretty good consise review: "ambient music for city people"

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-03-20 11:09:29

Love this shit, is one of the greatest pieces of music ever made Chip


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2013-03-17 08:59:22


Chill Out
Date: 27 January, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: Helen Mead
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: more a history of ambient than a review of the LP (8/10)

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-11-29 12:04:40


Pop star's sonic boom rocks the neighbours
Date: 25 June, 1996
Journal: Daily Telegraph
Author: Paul Stokes
Type of resource: Features
Status: original
Description: an account of the sonic gun affair full of innaccuracies, but including a long quote from Cauty about why he built and tested a sonic weapon.

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-11-05 03:26:21

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KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-10-21 13:31:28

one day ween you lest the come upp


KLF back and burning
Date: 16 September, 1995
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: ?
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: THE KLF are to reunite to take their film, "Watch The KLF Burn A Million Quid" [sic] on a tour which may include screenings in art colleges and mental homes! … [they] will host question and answer sessions after screenings.

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-10-03 07:17:48

I always thought the KLF would be around forever and had a chance to make music history, they were that good.


Best and worst of art bites the dust
Date: 12 January, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Alison Roberts
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: demolition of House, thoughts of East End residents about it

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-09-23 13:12:57

My balls itch.


Chill Out
Date: 1996-03-01 ?
Journal: Mix-Mag
Author: Dom Philips
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: excerpt from 50 greatest dance albums article - Chill Out was No. 5

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-08-22 10:28:56


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-08-14 17:48:55

Been waiting patiently for a scan too. I'll look around local libraries to see if they have any.


WAITING. (KLF BIOG 010.)
Date: 1990-10-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Waiting video details. Also included Completist list.

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-06-16 02:39:22

You can still get used copies of this on Amazon.co.uk


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-05-12 00:35:30

Still waiting for this to be scanned onine. Please do so.


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-05-10 01:19:42

King Boy D lives on inside Sirius, along with his brothers, The Ancient Clan Of Sirius. Biding his time until Earth needs his presence once more.


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-05-10 01:07:12

Eccentricism at its best.


Money To Burn
Date: 1996-03-01
Journal: Thee Database
Author: John Dower
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Brilliant article and transcript of the K-F's appearance on Sub City Radio, Glasgow, on November the 3rd '95, talking about art. Highly recommended
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7535/KFound.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-05-01 11:02:45

Fair Play to them. It;s their money and i feel that anyone who states they should have given it to some charity are more selfish than them. If i earnt a million and wanted to burn it for whatever reason then i would, i mean how many so called rock stars have spent more than this on drugs over the years...and to be honest who cares? i dont let them burn it all.


Baa-nned!! KLF sheep chopped by BBC
Date: 22 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF performance at the Brit awards.

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-03-31 09:32:54

That's for sure!


untitled (JAMs turn down Whitney)
Date: 16 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: Public NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: KLF turned down an offer by Whitney to produce The Bodyguard film's soundtrack

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-03-22 10:53:46

She'll never join the JAMS now.


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-03-22 06:43:46

A brand new day is dawning, a light that will anoint me, a sign from the subconscious, an angel sent to guide me, the searchin' will be over, the call will now be gentle... We've been waiting for years!


Justified And Ancient
Date: 07 December, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: Simon Williams
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: Single of the week

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-03-02 17:34:56

Fishing in the rivers of life!!!!


Chill Out
Date: 1996-03-01 ?
Journal: Mix-Mag
Author: Dom Philips
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: excerpt from 50 greatest dance albums article - Chill Out was No. 5

Comment posted by Guest on 2012-02-08 02:23:05


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-12-11 10:38:32

I guess people just post to make a note that this record, while missing, would be much appreciated? Because it would be.


? (Brits statuette dug up)
Date: February 1993
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: The KLF's Brit's statuette was found buried at Stonehenge!

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-11-29 11:26:07

posted


The White Room - Information Sheet Eight
Date: 1990-08-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The Story Of 'The White Room'. Earliest format covered 16 pages - about 20 lines per page - and included March 1990 completist list with record mail order info and note about Space, performances, more on personal projects and possibility of a trip to West

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-11-16 08:58:06

Hi i have just found my white label copy of All you need is love on 12" (white inner sleeve with bromide - photo - print tipped into), any value to anyone rodclark.org


Pranks for the Memory
Date: 16 February, 1991
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: David Stubbs
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Full story of how Bill and Jimmy were arrested after defacing a Gulf war billboard. Later in the pub, after their release, they talk about grown men doing pop music, short attention spans and hiding behind the KLF myth, rather than being famous.

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-11-10 10:00:03

There was a rumour of German bankers financing the white room project


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-06-03 16:52:30

Certainly a thought provoking "stunt". I don't agree with their philosophy behind the act of burning the money, but it was their money to do as they wish. Perhaps they felt a lingering sense of bondage to the money with constant demands about how to spend it or invest it. And burning the money was an easy way to free themselves of this burden. Maybe this is understandable but I have found it easier to deal with having money in my life than not having money and ending up in bondage to debtors. Almost twenty years later, I really wonder how they feel about this?


SITUATIONIST CRITICAL!
Date: March 1994
Journal: Select
Author: Tim Footman
Type of resource: Letters
Status: text
Description: KLF are situationists

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-05-24 08:58:41


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-03-09 12:06:01

So much is wasted, effort, time, this is tiny...compare it to the waste of a life spent marketing junk...litigating for the corrupt...failing to act, watching crap...and so on. Money can be used for evil purposes as well as good, so perhaps burning it is the middle course.


Torch Songs
Date: 03 November, 1995
Journal: The List (Scotland Listings Magazine)
Author: ?
Type of resource: Features
Status: text
Description: Preview of the Glasgow Green showings of the film, mainly good short review of their careers

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-03-05 13:12:58

Of course it's art. They did it because it was the right thing to do.


10 Astonishly strange facts about the KLF
Date: 1991-01-01
Journal: Smash Hits
Author: Bitz
Type of resource: Round-ups
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-02-20 12:08:32


Trash Art & Kreation
Date: 21 May, 1994
Journal: Guardian Weekend
Author: Alix Sharkey
Type of resource: Articles
Status: photocopy
Description: A serious history and analysis of everything, with a lot of attention given to the Art Award Witnesses. Recommended.

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-02-02 23:23:03


Doctorin' The Tardis
Date: 28 May, 1988
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: ?
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: "'Pure, unadulterated agony ... excruciating'

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-02-02 23:00:33


K Sera Sera
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: photocopy
Description: Availible nowhere, No formats: K Sera Sera announcemnet

Comment posted by Guest on 2011-01-19 00:41:16


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-11-10 11:47:02

moo moo baa baa bah humbug its only rock n roll


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-09-02 17:47:08

If the money is theirs and they dont want or need it the only question left is morality. It is in the opinion of others on whether they should have done something else with the money and not theirs. What is the difference between throwing away something you bought and never used against their burning of a millions pounds in cash, same principle, different value.


The KLF featuring Wanda Dee
Date: 1993-10-27
Journal: Beat Magazine (Melbourne)
Author: Naomi Dinnen
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Wanda Dee and Eric Floyd interview, in which they reveal their scam and try to justify it.

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-08-25 17:32:40


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-08-23 06:11:11

It was theirs to burn, but it was a terrible waste of money in my view because so much good could have been done with that.


Info Sheet 3
Date: 1989-02-15
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The Manual, TV personality profile thoughts. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-08-23 05:39:14


Worst art hoaxers' scam goes kaput
Date: 30 August, 1993 ?
Journal: Guardian
Author: John Ezard
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: Guardian figures it out as hoax

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-08-03 23:39:31

actually from Tuesday 31st August 1993, page 2


untitled
Date: 20 January, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: Public NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: original
Description: KLF bonkers? 'Chill out is a riot of running water, birdsong and electronic womb music'

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-07-04 08:37:54


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-06-22 10:19:32


Chill Out
Date: 1996-03-01 ?
Journal: Mix-Mag
Author: Dom Philips
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: excerpt from 50 greatest dance albums article - Chill Out was No. 5

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-06-02 08:07:58


? (Brits statuette dug up)
Date: February 1993
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: The KLF's Brit's statuette was found buried at Stonehenge!

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-05-17 14:12:14

comment


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-04-24 03:29:33

Will this ever be available online?


The Return of The KLF
Date: October 1997
Journal: Sky
Author: Mark Frith
Type of resource: Features
Status: text
Description: generic return of the KLF news feature full of mistakes, with some details about Jeremy Dellar/Acid Brass

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-02-23 22:51:51


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2010-01-12 13:33:46

Just remember Hagbard was both a Discordian and an Illuminatus.


From Little Idiots Big Idiots Grow
Date: 25 February, 1978
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Type of resource: Articles
Status: original
Description: excellent article on first BIJ gig, first single and the Hope Street Fringe Festival - they are "a messy unrhythmic chaos" but still delightful

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-11-26 18:30:46


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-11-24 20:17:03

and there was dancing caulty and drummond and michael and stewart home and guy debord and paul conneally and the shoeshine boy from platform one and shriley bassey and fatboy slim and eric idle and the ghost of fred pntin


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-11-18 11:37:57

K.L.F. - Kings Live Forever.


Baa-nned!! KLF sheep chopped by BBC
Date: 22 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF performance at the Brit awards.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-11-18 11:34:44

Now that's a performance I wish I could have seen.


Three 30-second K Foundation TV advertisements
Date: 1993-11-23
Journal: Channel 4 Television
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: Three 30-second K Foundation TV advertisements on Channel Four Television, broadcast in the advert breaks within the Turner Prize awards show.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-10-29 13:57:27

stand by the fucking Jams retaining the KLF faith is our duty. We are always Justified and Ancient.


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-10-25 12:01:11


Last Triumph To Trancentral
Date: 1991-09-01
Journal: Road Rocket
Author: Hugo Wilson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Mainly a potted history, but also interview quotes mainly discussing Jimi's love of motobikes.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-10-06 12:22:47

i have a 1962 original commer mr whippy van in mint condition for filming tel david cummings on 01914604050


K-Foundation In The City interview
Date: 06 September, 1995
Journal: Radio 1
Author: Steve Lamacq
Type of resource: Radio items
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-10-05 23:47:25

just watched the BBC documentary that ended with this bit.. fantastic. refreshing. epic..


? (Brits statuette dug up)
Date: February 1993
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: The KLF's Brit's statuette was found buried at Stonehenge!

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-10-03 06:01:35


Pranks for the Memory
Date: 16 February, 1991
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: David Stubbs
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Full story of how Bill and Jimmy were arrested after defacing a Gulf war billboard. Later in the pub, after their release, they talk about grown men doing pop music, short attention spans and hiding behind the KLF myth, rather than being famous.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-28 10:33:45


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-27 00:13:08

yes, what a waste of money


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-23 22:40:47

http://old-skool-brisbane-graffiti.yolasite.com/


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-13 18:46:11

you want to see ancient art, check this out http://old-skool-brisbane-graffiti.yolasite.com/ burning one million pounds, do you think they regret it? or did it happen. definately mystifying because it is a statement whether or not it even happened. did you know lead from car exhausts was gathering in deposits on the sides of roads and tunnels and poisoning everyone, making us go mad... now we have unleaded fuel and crime rates dropped at the same period the leaded fuel was fazed out in every country. krazy leaded fuel


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-13 18:27:38

i lit up a fart once


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-09-04 06:16:48

what a waste of money.


A Bible Of Dreams
Date: 02 November, 1994
Journal: NME
Author: Gavin Martin
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-08-20 22:23:34

it exists - i received a copy from Zed yesterday.


THE WHITE ROOM Motion Picture Script
Date: 1990-06-27
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: photocopy
Description: The full June 1990 movie script. It incorporates the 1989 version of the movie as an "Inner Film", with the rest of the planned movie as "The Outer Film"

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-08-15 01:48:48

The script is here! http://www.piratecinema.org/the_klf/the_white_room.txt


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-08-08 09:39:24


Best and worst of art bites the dust
Date: 12 January, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Alison Roberts
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: demolition of House, thoughts of East End residents about it

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-05-15 12:44:03

pooo


JAMs on dry bread
Date: 20 June, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Reviews
Status:
Description: disappointing...runs short of ideas should have been better

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-05-09 02:10:02

cool


KLF is Gonna Rock Ya!
Date: 1991-04-01
Journal: X Magazine
Author: Lazlo Nibble
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Drummond discusses sheep, the road trip at the heart of Chill Out, short attention spans, plans for the Black Room and US record deals.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-05-05 05:27:53

These guys are so awesome!!!!!!!!!


Justified And Ancient
Date: 07 December, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: Simon Williams
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: Single of the week

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-05-05 05:21:18

Totally awesome! My favorite part is "Bring the Beat Back!"


Stand By Your Van
Date: 23 November, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: Terry Staunton
Type of resource: Articles
Status: original
Description: Tammy interview/video shoot feature

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-05-05 05:19:18

This song rocks! It is my favorite KLF song ever!!!!!! =)


Divide & Create - K Foundation
Date: 03 July, 1993
Journal: Guardian Weekend
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: The first K.F. advertisment - pure Drummond-esq and a further information call (P.O.Box and S.A.E.)

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-04-27 08:50:57

hey u r great! uhuh...


The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu
Date: 16 May, 1987
Journal: Sounds
Author: -
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: original
Description: Full-page picture of biker Rockman and posey cowboy Drummond

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-04-21 05:32:39


KLF INFO 13 / KLF BIOG 013
Date: 1991-08-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: A list of 'some of the questions we get asked and are unable to answer'. Copy of statement given to all those who attended "The Rites Of Mu" on the Isle of Jura at the summer solstice, 1991. Poor quality printout.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-03-31 06:27:30


World Domination Part 458
Date: 28 March, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: description of All You Need Is Love and revelation that King Boy D is Bill Drummond

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-03-18 11:27:24


1994, HOW WAS IT FOR YOU?
Date: March 1994
Journal: Select
Author: Julian Brown
Type of resource: Letters
Status: text
Description: humourous predictions for the new year include K-F inspiring music journalists to tell the truth!

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-02-24 12:37:00


Burn a million quid and call it art
Date: 27 November, 1995
Journal: Daily Post (Liverpool)
Author: Angie Sammons
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: photocopy
Description: Simple review of the Liverpool Everyman showing that doesn't say that much.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-02-17 16:29:45

I vividly remember attending this screening and found it one of the most electric events I have ever been to. It remains with me to this day and I will always feel glad that I was there to experience the raw hostility of some people to the act and to the K Foundation's apparent confusion or non-commital response as to why they'd done it. I remember being the first person to get up and retrieve one of the photocopied sheets on their table at the front (I asked if I could take one and Bill replied politely) and then I got quite a lot of aggression and anger from other audience members. It was fascinating and I think it grows in influence and power with time. A truly great work of art as it still poses more questions than answers.


Pete's Not Faking It
Date: 19 February, 2006
Journal: Sunday Mercury (Birmingham)
Author: -
Type of resource: Gossip
Status: text
Description: I-Spy gossip column is not fooled by "ridiculous" Pete Doherty hoax.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-01-25 15:05:11


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2009-01-12 10:53:12

This is research. The KLF's money burn will forever serve as a valuable datapoint, supporting or countering many arguments in the great future debates of mankind.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-12-24 06:31:04

Check out the You Tube here... http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=uES2OIGUMi0 Michael Six Mac.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-12-24 06:27:20

This article is a scam made up by someone we all know and love for it. My name is Micael Mac and the tracks Hardcore Outlaw and President Bass were released by my good self in the Summer of 1992 on white label, I sent copy to Bill Drummond. So if anyone want to buy a copy I have about 2 or 3 left. Cheers Michael Mac


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-12-24 06:15:53


Portrait: The day Tammy said 'Is that you, honey?'
Date: 09 April, 1998
Journal: Guardian
Author: Bill Drummond
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Bill's obituary commentary piece about recording Tammy, seems to be identical to the version later included in '45'

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-12-05 01:22:41

Beautiful writing.


TRUE BRITS
Date: 1997-01-01
Journal: Blah Blah Blah
Author: Bill Drummond
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Bill's opinion on the Jarvis vs Jacko incident at the 96 BRITS, and the way the media was manipulated by their publicists. Turns out Gimpo was actually roadying for Jackson on that fateful evening and did manage to touch him.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-11-12 09:00:59


The Tower!
Date: 1995-04-01
Journal: Cushendall Focus
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: The tower has been in the newspapers, the new owners have been selling pornography from it!

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-11-08 06:48:24


Cape Wrath
Date: 08 December, 1995
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: text
Description: Announcement of the signing of the Cape Wrath contract. Also, plugs the Club Disobey film showing: "8pm Tonight, The Premier Carpark, Brick Lane"

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-11-07 03:08:20


Cape Wrath
Date: 08 December, 1995
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: text
Description: Announcement of the signing of the Cape Wrath contract. Also, plugs the Club Disobey film showing: "8pm Tonight, The Premier Carpark, Brick Lane"

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-11-07 03:08:13


Last Triumph To Trancentral
Date: 1991-09-01
Journal: Road Rocket
Author: Hugo Wilson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Mainly a potted history, but also interview quotes mainly discussing Jimi's love of motobikes.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-10-24 05:41:41

I seem to recall that this piece (from the second, and final, issue) had a picture of Jimmy Cauty sitting on a real lash-up of a combo. Long, straggly hair, army greatcoat, looking miserable as sin. The sidecar chassis had a threadbare old 1950s armchair strapped to it. The caption was excellent (possibly the work of Mark Graham). It read: "Mr James Cauty, a stickler for detail, and his painstakingly restored Panther combination." Mick P, Rome, Italy


Brilliant Excuses
Date: 27 September, 1986
Journal: ? (Sounds)
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: Brilliant were unable to stop their record company from selling their discs in South Africa

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-10-15 01:26:07


Brilliant Excuses
Date: 27 September, 1986
Journal: ? (Sounds)
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: Brilliant were unable to stop their record company from selling their discs in South Africa

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-10-15 01:26:05


Brilliant Excuses
Date: 27 September, 1986
Journal: ? (Sounds)
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: Brilliant were unable to stop their record company from selling their discs in South Africa

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-10-15 01:25:43


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-09-27 16:26:40

KLF live in the ethos of every person who shares music of any type. Just as the Justified Ancients transcended music, we transcend the logical future of the music business itself. We are the future the fuckers in suits deny and terrorize. We are the bringing down of the old regime of old boys and moneymakers. We are the coming of the storm and have been since the glorious death of our musical saviors. We are the Children of MU. We are righteous. WE ARE THE FUTURE!


untitled (KLF Info Sheet Oct 1987)
Date: 1987-10-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Brief history of The JAMs and an explanation of the reasons for making JAMS LP1 and JAMS 23, a look to the future and a sketch of the JAMSmobile. A typewritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-09-01 05:45:47

It's great that someone broke free and was able to publish. I thinking at the time, that Phil was crazy. But, now. Sadly, I realize my English friend was right. The world my friends is not as not as you think it is. It's controled, manipulated, and 'mkultra'/'monarch'/'bluebeam'-d even, by people with more money than you, because they print it. Oh and you believe it's value: (food getting expensive? maybe your money is worth a lot less because they are printing more and putting more into circulation.. go on, find out more). Anyway, like Phil; I checked out too. Not by burning a million, but quietly on my own leaving the Alister Crowley culture, and living away from the aftermath of our songs. I hope in the end that someone here does not do 'what thy wilt', and comes to the truth way and the life. To my friends, frank


Duo Burn £1M In Midnight Madness
Date: 01 October, 1994 ?
Journal: Daily Express
Author: Ian McKerron
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Islanders on Jura (pop 180) are horrified by what they call the night of madness

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-08-24 04:16:53

I shall shortly be making a withdrawal from the big bank in the sky... watch this space ** ra.re.ra.re.ra.re.ra ***


From Little Idiots Big Idiots Grow
Date: 25 February, 1978
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Type of resource: Articles
Status: original
Description: excellent article on first BIJ gig, first single and the Hope Street Fringe Festival - they are "a messy unrhythmic chaos" but still delightful

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-08-13 12:39:08


THE WHITE ROOM Motion Picture Script
Date: 1990-06-27
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: photocopy
Description: The full June 1990 movie script. It incorporates the 1989 version of the movie as an "Inner Film", with the rest of the planned movie as "The Outer Film"

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-05-19 06:33:56

yes please


What Time Is Love? (Bunnymen Mix)
Date: 25 August, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: Single of the week, reviewed by Jesus and Mary Chain's Jim Reid

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-04-11 02:58:10


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-03-30 13:01:46

I PERSONALLY witnessed Bill Drummond and Jimi Cauty come into The Foundry bar in London (co-owned by Drummond) one night and slip quietly into the little library room where Gimpo, (their collaborator and at that time The Foundry's manager) kept them supplied with drinks. It was the only time I ever saw the door to this room off the main bar actually closed (I hadn't previously noticed there was an actual door for the doorway!). Anyway, after they were well oiled and actually singing (!), they were finally joined by an incomer who chatted with Gimpo for a while first and when the door was opened to admit this stranger, Bill was quite loudly heard to exclaim 'Michael K, leader of The Jams'. What followed was obviously the reunion of three scamsters extraordinaire so don't tell me that the KLF experts at Wikipedia have even the slightest clue about this outfit's history!!


THE BLACK ROOM - THE JAMS. (KLF BIOG 011)
Date: 1990-11-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The story of the 'Black Room' in typical Drummond-esq.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-03-22 02:47:04

Grim up north is strongest klf theme ever made


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-03-16 03:57:19

You know what is totally stupid regarding wasting money???....the hip-hop rappers who wear tons of gold and diamonds that was and still is,dug up by their kin over in the blood mines of Africa and further....some stupid people out there in yo! land....


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-03-16 03:55:03

I bet was to purge themselves from all the strings that seperated the boys from eternity.Reminds me to stop deleting every tune I create.....might have a hit or something....I'm sick of working....I can identify so much with this......


KLF is Gonna Rock Ya!
Date: 1991-04-01
Journal: X Magazine
Author: Lazlo Nibble
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Drummond discusses sheep, the road trip at the heart of Chill Out, short attention spans, plans for the Black Room and US record deals.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-02-29 09:13:05

I think the riff from Judas' Death (in JCS) is too similar to What time is love? to be any form of coincidence. I think they lifted it note for note and dropped it in their track, albeit maybe played by themselves on their synth.


Chill Out
Date: February 1990 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Ian Cranna
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: pretty good consise review: "ambient music for city people"

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-02-25 00:19:26


Information, Money and Value
Date: 2006-04-29
Journal:
Author: Allin Cottrell et al
Type of resource: Excerpts
Status: original
Description: A 409 page PDF on the value of money, a dense impenetrable academic book from the University of Glasgow with a passing reference to the money burning in a footnote
URL: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/info_book.pdf

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-02-02 13:02:31

I thought it was interesting.. how most people thought it was nothing more than a publicity stunt. Well, yeah-exactly, grabbing attention ! yet most people strangely just didnt seem to .get-the-point. Shame, because It was splendid statement. It made me feel proud to be UK ;)


untiled (KLF Info Sheet: Jan 22 1988)
Date: 1988-01-22
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Who Killed The JAMs, Burn The Beat, other personal projects, The KLF, 'low and high profile shows' and why Petula Clarke didn't give permission to be sampled. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-31 09:27:35


Money To Burn
Date: 1996-03-01
Journal: Thee Database
Author: John Dower
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Brilliant article and transcript of the K-F's appearance on Sub City Radio, Glasgow, on November the 3rd '95, talking about art. Highly recommended
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7535/KFound.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-29 14:42:23

i no some day people will clock on klf are way before ther time and the public go on to show this


Money To Burn
Date: 1996-03-01
Journal: Thee Database
Author: John Dower
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Brilliant article and transcript of the K-F's appearance on Sub City Radio, Glasgow, on November the 3rd '95, talking about art. Highly recommended
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7535/KFound.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-29 05:52:43

"It is clear those individual who burnt a million pounds are sick and selfish individuals.." interesting. Do you think that every rich millionaire on earth is sick and selfish? Because I don't see any difference in burning a million pounds in cash or buying your 3rd $8 million house were you only stay 5 weeks a year (Tom Cruise) or your 3rd Bentley (when you have already 6 other luxury cars, (random mtv Rapper) or your 400th pair of designer shoes you only wear 1 evening (any female celeb) Still those people are heroes and all the poor workers that make $5/ hour pay to see their movies, listen to their songs, watch their games or read about them in trash magazines KLF burned a million, but they made people think. You could argue that a few rich bastards think twice about their own luxury and decide to give more to charity, so that in the end KLF's 1 million became MORE


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-29 05:28:20

they were right. they say: we didn't burn any leaf of bread to feed the starving children. we just burned paper. why are people mad? They were right. If you think it is evil. you have a point, but think again.... Every day rich fuckers do the same DAY after DAY. All the britneys, 50 cents, paris hiltons, beckhams of the world. They THROW away the same million pounds every day or month on more worthless clothes, cars, and houses. Fight them.


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-29 05:01:40

lol at that he didn't get the message that they were REALLY leaving the music business


The What Time Is Love Story
Date: October 1989 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Ian Cranna
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-29 04:41:11

I love the Life from the land of OZ version


K.L.F. COMMUNICATIONS INFO' SHEET NINE.
Date: 1990-06-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Reprints the Space and KLF004X press releases, also Return from the Isle of Jura and live appearances details.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-13 14:20:48


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-10 23:31:23


TRUE BRITS
Date: 1997-01-01
Journal: Blah Blah Blah
Author: Bill Drummond
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Bill's opinion on the Jarvis vs Jacko incident at the 96 BRITS, and the way the media was manipulated by their publicists. Turns out Gimpo was actually roadying for Jackson on that fateful evening and did manage to touch him.

Comment posted by Guest on 2008-01-04 13:35:15

I'm not entirely sure what to believe. Youtube.


A Bible Of Dreams
Date: 02 November, 1994
Journal: NME
Author: Gavin Martin
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-12-26 08:02:59

i can handle it and want one...actually if there really is a payment plan and if, in fact, they actually exist


A Bible Of Dreams
Date: 02 November, 1994
Journal: NME
Author: Gavin Martin
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-12-26 08:02:22

i can handle it and want one...actually if there really is a payment plan and if, in fact, they actually exist nina


A European union
Date: 23 February, 1997
Journal: Sunday Times
Author: John McKie
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Account of a song that is a contender for UK's Eurovision entry written by Proclaimer's manager and friend of Drummond, Kenny MacDonald. Apparantly Drummond phoned in to Radio 2 to back the song.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-12-07 13:45:55

There is nothing wrong with Michael Balls career. Theatre performer,concert artist, tv presenter, recording artist, radio broadcaster and that's just for starters.


KLF is Gonna Rock Ya!
Date: 1991-04-01
Journal: X Magazine
Author: Lazlo Nibble
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Drummond discusses sheep, the road trip at the heart of Chill Out, short attention spans, plans for the Black Room and US record deals.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-12-03 06:04:32

There's a hell of a lot of samples taken from their early hit singles and (dare I say it?) included into their other timeless tunes!


The White Room - Information Sheet Eight
Date: 1990-08-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The Story Of 'The White Room'. Earliest format covered 16 pages - about 20 lines per page - and included March 1990 completist list with record mail order info and note about Space, performances, more on personal projects and possibility of a trip to West

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-29 07:12:32

can you get t-shirts or jumpers still thanks


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-21 12:15:26

doesn't matter


K Sera Sera
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: photocopy
Description: Availible nowhere, No formats: K Sera Sera announcemnet

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-18 03:04:01

Postovanje za KLF Serbia


The Justified Ancients of Moussaka
Date: 02 January, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: original
Description: crap joke article on Fat Bands has picture of the 1987 gold disc presentation to a large Swedish prostitute, pretending its the JAMs, now overweight

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-09 04:30:50


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-04 09:13:37

2007 november 21st no music day...were still here mate..just nothing to do until 2010 or simon cowell stops his crap shows.


Why Did The K Foundation Burn A Million Quid?
Date: 04 September, 1995 ?
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: "Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond urgently need to know". Announcing the tour, where the answers to some questions will be sought.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-11-03 01:24:48


KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target
Date: 13 February, 1992
Journal: The Sun
Author: Piers Morgan/Peter Willis/Dan Collins
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: shock horror KLF caused apathy with gun prank and trashing instruments

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-09-26 06:28:21

Plegaleggole.


KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target
Date: 13 February, 1992
Journal: The Sun
Author: Piers Morgan/Peter Willis/Dan Collins
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: shock horror KLF caused apathy with gun prank and trashing instruments

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-09-15 22:17:06

Piers Morgan IS gay isn't he?


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
Date: November 1995
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: John Harris
Type of resource: Features
Status: text
Description: Transcript and review of events at In The City

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-09-04 03:12:21

What a waste of time


Timelords gentlemen, please!
Date: 16 May, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF have retired; back catalogue deleted

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-08-28 18:50:17

Oh Oh is it...........


Information, Money and Value
Date: 2006-04-29
Journal:
Author: Allin Cottrell et al
Type of resource: Excerpts
Status: original
Description: A 409 page PDF on the value of money, a dense impenetrable academic book from the University of Glasgow with a passing reference to the money burning in a footnote
URL: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/info_book.pdf

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-08-22 01:21:34

unfinished sympathy :) tdk


K Foundation Burn a Million Quid
Date: 1997-11-03
Journal: Big Issue
Author: ?
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: consise and clever

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-08-10 09:54:39


Who Killed The KLF?
Date: July 1992
Journal: Select
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Essential reading. The full story behind the KLF's split, from the Black Room sessions to Mexico, with reaction from kollaborators.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-08-05 02:27:20

Geurilla marketing - at its best. Love Birmingham


The White Room - Information Sheet Eight
Date: 1990-08-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The Story Of 'The White Room'. Earliest format covered 16 pages - about 20 lines per page - and included March 1990 completist list with record mail order info and note about Space, performances, more on personal projects and possibility of a trip to West

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-31 07:56:38


The White Room
Date: March 1991 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: Iestyn George
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-27 04:13:20


'It's not haute cuisine'
Date: 20 May, 2004
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: Dave Simpson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: webpage
Description: Interview about the Soup Line project - he accompanies Drummond to Kevin Keane's house in Dungiven, Ireland for a brown beany soup containing Buckfast!
URL: http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,1220512,00.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-24 22:42:04

Yeah he broke the contract, i have the pictures to prove it! Kegz


?
Date: April 1988
Journal: The Face
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description: five copies of 1987 at £1000 each

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-20 13:50:45

this seems to be pretty unuseful, if nothing is online!!!!!!!!!!!! Bloody Bastards!!!!!!!!!!!!


?
Date: April 1988
Journal: The Face
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Adverts
Status:
Description: five copies of 1987 at £1000 each

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-20 13:48:27

I would really like to have it! I bought my 1987 right of they loaded it to the lorry after I had read that KLF were selling the last five...


Thank You For The Music
Date: 17 October, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: the full disasterous story of the JAMs trip to Sweden: dropping LP's into the Sea; killing a moose; presenting a gold disc to a prostitute; burning LP's in a field; being shot at by a farmer and all the details of the Abba censorship

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-07-16 06:23:50

Not available online - would you like to scan it? YES


untitled (KLF Info Sheet Oct 1987)
Date: 1987-10-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Brief history of The JAMs and an explanation of the reasons for making JAMS LP1 and JAMS 23, a look to the future and a sketch of the JAMSmobile. A typewritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-06-29 00:42:44


KLF COMMUNICATIONS - INFORMATION SHEET 23
Date: 1992-05-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Drummond-esq on the retiral - will the KLF only be a "footnote in rock legend"?

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-06-21 17:47:31


Baa-nned!! KLF sheep chopped by BBC
Date: 22 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF performance at the Brit awards.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-05-14 21:59:18

Useful for people who want to know more about KLF.


Bomlagadafshipoing interview
Date: 1991-09-00 ?
Journal:
Author: ?
Type of resource: Radio items
Status: text
Description: An interview with Drummond on the Norwegian national radio, weekly House show Bomlagadafshipoing in 1991. A few juicy quotes.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-05-12 05:45:13

I can't wait for my copy of the Manual to arrive... I ordered it, only $14! :D Btw, read Bill Drummond's book "45". It's a very clever, well written, funny, and thought-provoking set of memoirs. Probably the most fun I've had reading a book in years.


The Chronicled Mutineers
Date: December 1996
Journal: Vox
Author: Gavin Martin
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: excellent Bad Wisdom promo interview, well illustrated with photos of the authors in a field. Some interesting details about the legal problems and sequels to BW

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-04-23 12:47:56

Yay!


What was that all about?
Date: 02 August, 1996
Journal: The Independent
Author: Andrew Mueller
Type of resource: Features
Status: original
Description: The full story of the aborted helicopter to Dartmoor press junket, with quotes from Fergal Sharkey and Cauty: "At the end of the day its just a fucking disco van".

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-04-08 08:09:16


untiled (KLF Info Sheet: Jan 22 1988)
Date: 1988-01-22
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: Who Killed The JAMs, Burn The Beat, other personal projects, The KLF, 'low and high profile shows' and why Petula Clarke didn't give permission to be sampled. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-04-07 21:37:06


KLF is Gonna Rock Ya!
Date: 1991-04-01
Journal: X Magazine
Author: Lazlo Nibble
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Drummond discusses sheep, the road trip at the heart of Chill Out, short attention spans, plans for the Black Room and US record deals.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-04-06 15:42:55

This article seems to have some extraneous Q's and P's in it?


Special K
Date: April 1995
Journal: GQ
Author: William Shaw
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Long history plus Interview conducted at the Cushendall Tower - Drummond is depressed that Bible hasn't sold, and that he pissed off his KLF fan base and lost his source of power.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-04-06 15:04:24

Thanks much for providing this. A good read for an American fan of the KLF (sounds like it was from the UK edition of GQ).


Abandon All Art Now
Date: 14 August, 1993
Journal: Guardian Weekend
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: original
Description: Announcement that a "Major rethink" is in progress.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-03-28 05:12:06


Welcome To The Sheep Seats
Date: 29 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Danny Kelly
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: The full story of the infamous KLF Vs The Brit awards: guns, lawyers, buckets of blood, Jonathon King, Simon Bates, Extreme Noise Terror and an essential look into the workings of Drummond's mind.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-03-27 09:58:00

Thanks


The liar
Date: 06 April, 2004
Journal: Guardian
Author: Bill Drummond
Type of resource: Features
Status: webpage
Description: Bill Drummond interviews Stewart Home, after the release of Home's latest novel. Drummond asks Home 10 questions.
URL: http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/features/story/0,,1186465,00.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-03-21 16:10:38

You're such a fibber!


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-03-14 05:25:00

why is he a cunt? he doesn't come across as a cunt in this. i think its a powerful statement, to burn our motivation. trying to get my head around it now...


KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target
Date: 13 February, 1992
Journal: The Sun
Author: Piers Morgan/Peter Willis/Dan Collins
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: shock horror KLF caused apathy with gun prank and trashing instruments

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-03-10 03:29:34

I do not agree at all!!! It was pure harmless fun!!


Cape Wrath
Date: 08 December, 1995
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: K-Foundation
Type of resource: Adverts
Status: text
Description: Announcement of the signing of the Cape Wrath contract. Also, plugs the Club Disobey film showing: "8pm Tonight, The Premier Carpark, Brick Lane"

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-02-23 12:47:51

Genius


KING BOY D
Date: March 1997
Journal: The Wire
Author: Ben Watson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Essential article, which justifies the K output as "living, active, exciting avant garde art". Feature many juicy quotes from Drummond on all Subjects: Art as well as Illuminatus! stage play, Bad Wisdom misogny, etc.

Comment posted by The Librarian on 2007-02-18 23:14:03

ah thanks kingboyk, you're right, this Ben Watson is the well known "deviant and polemical" writer and Zappa biographer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Watson_(music_writer)


Best and worst of art bites the dust
Date: 12 January, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Alison Roberts
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: demolition of House, thoughts of East End residents about it

Comment posted by The Librarian on 2007-02-18 22:45:54

Thanks kingboyk


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:30:39

Melody Maker died years ago. Peter Robinson writes for NME which is still going.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:30:04

Peter Robinson still writes for the Melody Maker, doesn't he? Even though he wasn't supposed to be one of their journalists? I haven't seen a copy for years.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:28:45

Yes...and then they released 'Fuck The Millennium" lol


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:28:06

Jimi Cauty and Bill Drummond, meanwhile, are unconcerned. As they have repeatedly declared in press statements, they no longer wish to have any involvement in the music business. The day that is acceppted is the day The K Foundation have succeeded.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:27:35

>>Mick Houghton, The KLF/K Foundation press officer, has consistently denied that Peter Robinson has any association with XSX


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:26:54

Robinson was a K conspirator if there ever was one. Didn't he then do something against Michael K but that it turned out to be WITH Michael K?


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:25:49

Peter Robinson is the author of the booklets, 'Justified And Ancient History: The Unfolding Story Of The KLF' and 'History Rewritten: The Never Ending Story Of The K Foundation'.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:25:21

That's a great review of Michael K! lol


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:25:00

"This guy has a very complex general scheme and I don't fully understand his purpose," says Piering. "But it's certainly more to do with guerilla media manipulation than music. He's deeply absorbed in what he's doing, but I have a feeling that he's a bit deluded, if not demented."


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:24:32

The group have also distributed flyers boasting messages such as "Who Killed The KLF?"


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:24:03

Doesn't Mick Houghton deny everything he's ever asked about The KLF? Are they alive? He denies it


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:23:05

>>Mick Houghton, The KLF/K Foundation press officer, has consistently denied that Cauty and Drummond have any association with XSX


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:21:40

Aha! This is the Michael Kearney that M.John Harrison has in his book 'Light', isn't it? I'd heard about this. The fictionalisation of a fiction of a fiction. It's sooo po mo


K-Uriouser and K-Uriouser
Date: 20 November, 1993
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Info Freako
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: more details about mystery band X$X, including a live event they carried out in Newport, Wales. Also details of a tape called 'The Black Room' by Realm In Dreams which samples the KLF.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:18:07

There IS a scan of this somewhere. Possibly at Ray Baal's yahoo group which is at uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/xdollarx There's a lot of guff in there (in my opinion) as Baal is a bit of an obsessive X$X-ist but he is the man for the scans as he seems to have piad out to get a lot of original stuff on this enigma


K-Uriouser and K-Uriouser
Date: 20 November, 1993
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Info Freako
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: more details about mystery band X$X, including a live event they carried out in Newport, Wales. Also details of a tape called 'The Black Room' by Realm In Dreams which samples the KLF.

Comment posted by Guest on 2007-01-18 01:16:14

This is news to me but something resonates from god knows where about this. Thanks for this link. Now I'd like to find a scan of the article!


Baa-nned!! KLF sheep chopped by BBC
Date: 22 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF performance at the Brit awards.

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-12-20 05:35:59

Shared with Simply Red? What, did Mick Hucknall attack the audience later that night with mustard gas?


No band, no record... no good
Date: 10 July, 1993
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: K Sera Sera details - Michael Eavis thinks the track is "absolutely appaling ... no good"

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-11-09 07:12:29

that is a great song.


THE BLACK ROOM - THE JAMS. (KLF BIOG 011)
Date: 1990-11-00
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
Description: The story of the 'Black Room' in typical Drummond-esq.

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-11-05 12:39:35

the moors are alined by the melting ice cap Mu-sic


Best and worst of art bites the dust
Date: 12 January, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Alison Roberts
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: demolition of House, thoughts of East End residents about it

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-09-29 06:01:08

Correct title from Proquest: Best and worst of art bites the dust Alison Roberts, Arts Reporter. The Times. London (UK): Jan 12, 1994. pg. NOPGCIT kingboyk


BUT IS IT ART?
Date: February 1994 ?
Journal: Select
Author: Miranda Sawyer
Type of resource: Articles
Status: text
Description: Account by Art Award witness - mainly a good analysis of the money art works

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-09-29 05:06:45

It doesn't sound like Sawyer was a witness, but that she had a chat with Pete Wylie who *was*? kingboyk


Big In Japan - Where are they now?
Date: January 1992 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Features
Status: text
Description: useful article summarising the history of BIJ with details of what former members did next, and quotes from some of them about BIJ

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-09-26 07:45:15

Didn't include David Balfe, brief member and co-founder of Zoo with Bill Drummond who went on to manage and be in the Teardrops, as well as manage them and EATB with Bill


Bomlagadafshipoing interview
Date: 1991-09-00 ?
Journal:
Author: ?
Type of resource: Radio items
Status: text
Description: An interview with Drummond on the Norwegian national radio, weekly House show Bomlagadafshipoing in 1991. A few juicy quotes.

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-08-24 06:07:34

bless the KLF and the Manual


Bomlagadafshipoing interview
Date: 1991-09-00 ?
Journal:
Author: ?
Type of resource: Radio items
Status: text
Description: An interview with Drummond on the Norwegian national radio, weekly House show Bomlagadafshipoing in 1991. A few juicy quotes.

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-07-24 10:10:31

"Bare han blir ferdig med potetgullet sitt..." means "if he only gets finished with his potato gold/chips..."


Money To Burn
Date: 1996-03-01
Journal: Thee Database
Author: John Dower
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Brilliant article and transcript of the K-F's appearance on Sub City Radio, Glasgow, on November the 3rd '95, talking about art. Highly recommended
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7535/KFound.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-07-01 03:08:09

Subcity Radio still broadcasting FM RSL and online: http://www.subcity.org


Big In Japan - Where are they now?
Date: January 1992 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Type of resource: Features
Status: text
Description: useful article summarising the history of BIJ with details of what former members did next, and quotes from some of them about BIJ

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-05-30 04:36:52

"Liverpool School Of Dream And Pun" should read "Liverpool School Of Language, Music, Dream And Pun", founded by Peter O'Halligan, Sean Halligan and Charlie Alexander as the original "Aunt Twacky's". They created the first Annual Jung Festival in 1976 where Deaf School played their first outside gig. The School, also, became the home of the Science Fiction Theatre of Liverpool [Ken Campbell] which went on to create "The Warp". Comment provided by Larry Sidorczuk [May 2006]


KING BOY D
Date: March 1997
Journal: The Wire
Author: Ben Watson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Essential article, which justifies the K output as "living, active, exciting avant garde art". Feature many juicy quotes from Drummond on all Subjects: Art as well as Illuminatus! stage play, Bad Wisdom misogny, etc.

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-04-29 06:25:30

Are you sure this is the same Ben Watson? I can't imagine a former kollaborator (ex member of Brilliant) writing: Being granted an interview with Bill Drummond was intriguing, but also somewhat alarming. Didn't his co-conspirator Jimmy Cauty drive about in a Chieftain tank equipped with some kind of subsonic military device? --Kingboyk


?
Date: 24 March, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Type of resource: Letters
Status:
Description: Wild In The Country On 'Elvis' LP?

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-04-06 03:33:22

I've emailed you already re the missing Drummond/Radio 4 piece. Any more stuff like that and this if you wish I can do for you. Please contact me at the gmail address I used and I can provide address details so you can send by mail, or answer any questions you might have. Cheers, A Long-time KLF fan.


Last Train From Transylvania
Date: 16 December, 1989
Journal: Record Mirror
Author: ?
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: text
Description: Last Train from Transylvania (sic) gets slating "Nobody who makes records like this should be allowed on the street ... It isn't a dance track KLF"

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-03-05 11:33:58

Slating? In some ways it reads like a positive review. A little ambigious I'd say.


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2006-02-27 09:07:55

Anyone got the Weird Out West (thought it was Radsonic but Hardcore Outlaw) - I'd love to hear it - I'll buy your copy! sadly just got scooped on Ebay for a copy of the Radsonic 12" - how I hate that. Come say hi at http://www.mutantpop.net/radioclash/ if you do...


Money To Burn
Date: 1996-03-01
Journal: Thee Database
Author: John Dower
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Brilliant article and transcript of the K-F's appearance on Sub City Radio, Glasgow, on November the 3rd '95, talking about art. Highly recommended
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7535/KFound.htm

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-12-19 07:11:44

It is clear those individual who burnt a million pounds are sick and selfish individuals, but not as sick and twisted as Jack Mclean of the Glasgow Herald Newspaper. At least they only burnt money, whereas Mclean is personally responsible for the death of a 16-year-old boy. McLean has no moral standing or ethics as journalist or an artist. He is a child murderer who takes great pride in being part of the Glasgow Razor Gang that terrorist innocent members of the public in the 60 and early 70. Everything about him is evil, but then this Country makes celebrities out of child murderers and Mclean is only too happy to make money out of his evil deeds. Margaret Watson.


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-11-14 04:39:00

Jim Reid is a cunt though


Duo with £1m to burn leave island guessing
Date: 04 October, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Gillian Bowditch
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Reaction on Jura to the cash burning.

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-08-10 03:55:46

er 2018... bad math. Fnord.


Duo with £1m to burn leave island guessing
Date: 04 October, 1994
Journal: The Times
Author: Gillian Bowditch
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Reaction on Jura to the cash burning.

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-08-10 03:53:53

They`re justified and they`re ancient, and there`s no way you can stop them. Wait until 2017.


Justified And Ancient
Date: 07 December, 1991
Journal: NME
Author: Simon Williams
Type of resource: Reviews
Status: original
Description: Single of the week

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-06-08 04:44:15

the best song ever


James Cauty Wishes You A Merry Christmas from Blacksmoke
Date: 10 December, 2004
Journal: Undercover.com.au
Author: Paul Cashmere
Type of resource: News items
Status: webpage
Description: Interview quotes from Keir about the Blackoff Advent Calendar.
URL: http://www.undercover.com.au/news/2004/dec04/20041210_blacksmoke.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-04-26 16:31:55

i have to say they were ahead of there time It will be great if they got back and released some great music again i'm a made fan have over 100 records so far paul plundh@ozemail.com.au


Duo Burn £1M In Midnight Madness
Date: 01 October, 1994 ?
Journal: Daily Express
Author: Ian McKerron
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: Islanders on Jura (pop 180) are horrified by what they call the night of madness

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-04-16 03:13:15

I can confirm this ! I was one of the security blokes who picked up the cash from Maidstone ! Mick W - Sussex


James Cauty Wishes You A Merry Christmas from Blacksmoke
Date: 10 December, 2004
Journal: Undercover.com.au
Author: Paul Cashmere
Type of resource: News items
Status: webpage
Description: Interview quotes from Keir about the Blackoff Advent Calendar.
URL: http://www.undercover.com.au/news/2004/dec04/20041210_blacksmoke.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-03-04 01:19:13

Yes Pete ,i have talked to bill about it and we are planning an album in late summer. Thanks Jim


James Cauty Wishes You A Merry Christmas from Blacksmoke
Date: 10 December, 2004
Journal: Undercover.com.au
Author: Paul Cashmere
Type of resource: News items
Status: webpage
Description: Interview quotes from Keir about the Blackoff Advent Calendar.
URL: http://www.undercover.com.au/news/2004/dec04/20041210_blacksmoke.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-03-04 01:16:53

Klf were class.Any chance a reunion Pete


Money To Burn
Date: 25 September, 1994
Journal: Observer
Author: Jim Reid
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: original
Description: Unable to think of a better idea they decided to burn the million pounds. They decided to make this low-key but still invited a freelance journalist. This is his full story.

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-02-18 12:35:29

Legends


Date: 10 October, 1997
Journal: Radio 4
Author: -
Type of resource: Radio items
Status:
Description: Bill was on Radio 4 this morning, arguing with Oasis's Manager about how establishment they are, and not rebels like they think they are etc

Comment posted by Guest on 2005-01-04 01:03:29

Couldn't you use a dictation service? :) Cheers, NIk


Pranks for the Memory
Date: 16 February, 1991
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: David Stubbs
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: text
Description: Full story of how Bill and Jimmy were arrested after defacing a Gulf war billboard. Later in the pub, after their release, they talk about grown men doing pop music, short attention spans and hiding behind the KLF myth, rather than being famous.

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-20 12:18:31

"the soundtrack for a German movie, 'The White Room.'" German? What made it German, I wonder.


The Rites of KLF
Date: August 1991
Journal: i-D
Author: ?
Type of resource: Articles
Status:
Description:

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-17 23:49:18

i have the scans for this article right here. amethyst dot deceiver at gmail dot com


Konned!
Date: 18 December, 1993
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: KLF victims of hoaxers who have released a CD, 'The Black Room' and cassette, '1997' both by X$X, both featuring K-F art work.

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-17 18:12:59

Scan of this at http://f5.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/QMrCQXFcG9o7lM-RZx38X0TqZwdLurhZAbBia9A3ekJGU2wVddxKNS-ouy4AHqnNe38RS4TCw9kTslw_yvoEdQ/konned1.jpg ray Baal


Merry Pranksters
Date: 05 March, 1994
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Peter Robinson
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
Description: some of the groups who have scammed the KLF

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-17 18:10:57

Scan of this at http://f6.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/QMrCQYc-k587lM-RipO1GxNE_HXT7rxJu7vN5A5w9hwsgOCDwEKwzz6M7IZQkh3rXh-w0P6hEyN14-rP7aKgZA/merry.jpg ray Baal Not sure if you are using scans as part of your database but if you are I can help with a few X$X things and some more KLF things that I've found while searching for X$X things


? (Mystery Band)
Date: 11 September, 1993
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Info Freako
Type of resource: News items
Status:
Description: further details of X$X

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-17 18:07:58

I DO have this somewhere! And I WILL scan it. Ray Baal


K-Uriouser and K-Uriouser
Date: 20 November, 1993
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: Info Freako
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
Description: more details about mystery band X$X, including a live event they carried out in Newport, Wales. Also details of a tape called 'The Black Room' by Realm In Dreams which samples the KLF.

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-17 18:03:47

Super-excellent-o-rama! Ray Baal


'It's not haute cuisine'
Date: 20 May, 2004
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Author: Dave Simpson
Type of resource: Interviews
Status: webpage
Description: Interview about the Soup Line project - he accompanies Drummond to Kevin Keane's house in Dungiven, Ireland for a brown beany soup containing Buckfast!
URL: http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,1220512,00.html

Comment posted by Guest on 2004-12-14 00:00:00

Note that Drummond breaks the kontract in this interview!