Library of Mu: All 1995 records

There are 26 records from 1995 in the Library of Mu:


K FOUNDATION COARSE
Date: January 1995
Author: Gavin Martin
Journal: Vox
Type of resource: Interviews
Description: Drummond/Manning interview; with plates from A Bible of dreams
Status: original (Text available)
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? (Tammy interview)
Date: 28 March, 1995
Author: Tom Morton
Journal: The Scotsman
Type of resource: Excerpts
Description: Tammy is shocked when she hears about the cash burning
Status: original (Text available)
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The Tower!
Date: 1995-04-01
Author: -
Journal: Cushendall Focus
Type of resource: News items
Description: The tower has been in the newspapers, the new owners have been selling pornography from it!
Status: text (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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Special K
Date: April 1995
Author: William Shaw
Journal: GQ
Type of resource: Interviews
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.
Status: text (Text available)
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From cash to ash How a TV reviewer on holiday found herself in a TV film
Date: 30 August, 1995
Author: Nancy Banks-Smith
Journal: Guardian
Type of resource: News items
Description: great account of the return to Jura to show the burning film to the islanders, and get drunk with them afterwards, with some good quotes
Status: text (Text available)
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Why Did The K Foundation Burn A Million Quid?
Date: 04 September, 1995 ?
Author: K-Foundation
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Type of resource: Adverts
Description: "Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond urgently need to know". Announcing the tour, where the answers to some questions will be sought.
Status: original (Text available)
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K-Foundation In The City interview
Date: 06 September, 1995
Author: Steve Lamacq
Journal: Radio 1
Type of resource: Radio items
Description:
Status: text (Text available)
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KLF back and burning
Date: 16 September, 1995
Author: ?
Journal: Melody Maker
Type of resource: News items
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.
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We didn't set out to make a film, we set out to burn 1m
Date: 16 September, 1995
Author: -
Journal: NME
Type of resource: News items
Description: NME's take on the Manchester film screening - good quotes from Tony Wilson.
Status: text (Text available)
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untitled (Peter Hook at Manchester screening)
Date: 16 September, 1995
Author: Public NME
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: Peter Hook Vs Bill Drummond at Manchester screening
Status: text (Text available)
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Barlinnie may get eyeful of Scotland's hottest million
Date: 29 October, 1995
Author: Iain Martin
Journal: The Times
Type of resource: News items
Description: K-F to tour film around various venues in Glasgow, shock horror reportage in the Home News section of the Times, but very positive quotes from the Glasgow art establishment
Status: text (Text available)
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WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
Date: November 1995
Author: John Harris
Journal: Q Magazine
Type of resource: Features
Description: Transcript and review of events at In The City
Status: text (Text available)
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Torch Songs
Date: 03 November, 1995
Author: ?
Journal: The List (Scotland Listings Magazine)
Type of resource: Features
Description: Preview of the Glasgow Green showings of the film, mainly good short review of their careers
Status: text (Text available)
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Fans to watch 1m go up in smoke
Date: 04 November, 1995
Author: Lynn Cochrane
Journal: The Scotsman
Type of resource: News items
Description: K Foundation plans surprise for Glaswegian football fans; Mark Hawker told the Scotsman about the plans (although of course they never happened)
Status: original (Text available)
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Mind your p's and K's
Date: 05 November, 1995
Author: Craig McLean and Alastair McKay
Journal: Scotland On Sunday (Spectrum)
Type of resource: Interviews
Description: Follows K-F around Glasgow on Friday 3rd November; Kelvingrove Park, a building site, CCA, Barlinnie Prison
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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Pick of the Week - Omnibus
Date: 05 November, 1995
Author: ?
Journal: Scotland On Sunday (Spectrum)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Doesn't say much really
Status: original (Text available)
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Money to burn
Date: 05 November, 1995
Author: Robert Sandall
Journal: Sunday Times (Culture tabloid)
Type of resource: Features
Description: Reviews the KLF's and K-F's activites and previews Omnibus
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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K-WHY?
Date: 05 November, 1995
Author: Eddie Gibb
Journal: Sunday Times (Scotland tabloid)
Type of resource: Interviews
Description: Follows K-F around Glasgow on Friday 3rd November; film shown to workmen converting Stirling's Library near George Square, into a gallery of Modern Art.
Status: text (Text available)
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Money to burn, anyone?
Date: 07 November, 1995
Author: Adam Sweeting
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Poor review of the Omnibus program; he doesn't really get it.
Status: original (Text available)
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? (review of Omnibus documentary)
Date: 07 November, 1995
Author: Thomas Sutcliffe
Journal: The Independent (tabloid section)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Excellent review of the Omnibus program; says a lot about art and the art system.
Status: original (Text available)
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Watch the K-F burn a million quid
Date: 1995-11-24
Author: Mike Gartside
Journal: Venue (Bristol Listings Magazine)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Good review of the Bristol showing, including extraordinary outbursts, crowd reaction and anti-materialism theory.
Status: photocopy (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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untitled (Club Disobey)
Date: 25 November, 1995
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: News items
Description: Club Disobey will host the K-F's film in Whitechapel on Decmber the 8th and sell frames from the film
Status: text (Text available)
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Burn a million quid and call it art
Date: 27 November, 1995
Author: Angie Sammons
Journal: Daily Post (Liverpool)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Simple review of the Liverpool Everyman showing that doesn't say that much.
Status: photocopy (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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Cape Wrath
Date: 08 December, 1995
Author: K-Foundation
Journal: Guardian (G2)
Type of resource: Adverts
Description: Announcement of the signing of the Cape Wrath contract. Also, plugs the Club Disobey film showing: "8pm Tonight, The Premier Carpark, Brick Lane"
Status: text (Text available)
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90 from the 90s;Part Two;Pop
Date: 23 December, 1995
Author: Trevor Dann
Journal: The Times
Type of resource: Excerpts
Description: Justified and Ancient is the number 44 song of the decade according to this round-up / list - brief description that says nothing
Status: text (Text available)
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ENGLISH CHARITY GIVES OUT BEER TO LONDON'S RANKS OF HOMELESS
Date: 1995-12-26
Author: AP
Journal: San Jose Mercury
Type of resource: News items
Description: The K-F "dumped a truckload of canned brew in front of Parliament to give London a beery Christmas." They couldn't find any homeless because "efforts to get them into shelters for Christmas have been particularly successful this year."
Status: text (Text available)
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