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BeepLine - Baby Blue (2019)

BeepLine - Baby Blue (April 27, 2019) 
Live at McGilverys Pub, Speedway Indiana 

Mark Moran:  lead guitar 
Phil Kaiser:  rhythm guitar, vocals 
Jim Sanders:  bass, vocals 
Steve Brunner:  drums 
The Late Show (1985) 

Mark Moran:  guitar, vocals 
Phil Kaiser:  guitar, vocals 
Dion Wickliffe:  drums, vocals 
Scott Fletcher:  bass, vocals 
The Late Show (1980) 

Mark Moran:  lead guitar, vocals 
Don Main:  lead vocals, bass 
Rick Clayton:  lead vocals, guitar 
Chris Pyle:  drums 


Germán Llanos - Without You / Baby Blue (2019)

Germán Llanos - Without You (2019) 

Germán Llanos - Baby Blue (2019) 

Germán Llanos - Reencuentro (2016) original 



EBAY 45s HOARD | #7 Badfinger

EBAY 45s HOARD | #7 Badfinger 

EBAY 45s HOARD #7 Badfinger


The Departed Soundtrack LP Kelly Green Vinyl (September 13, 2019)

Real Gone Music: RGM0903 

We're bringing it to vinyl for the first time inside a jacket and printed inner sleeve, and pressing up 1100 copies in a limited kelly green edition to honor the film's Boston Irish roots! 
The Departed Soundtrack LP kelly green edition 2019
 [Movie] The Departed (2006) 


[Novel] T. Marie Vandelly / Theme Music: A Novel (2019)

T. Marie Vandelly / Theme Music: A Novel (July 23, 2019) 

T Marie Vandelly - Theme Music


T Marie Vandelly - Theme Music 20
For such an unassuming title and cover I was surprised at how dark a story lay within these pages.

"All the days became so long
Did you really think, I'd do you wrong
Dixie, when I let you go
Thought you'd realize, that I would know, I would show
The special love I have for you, my Baby Blue" ~ Badfinger

An utterly propulsive and unpredictable psychological thriller from stunning new talent T. Marie Vandelly.

She didn't run from her dark past. She moved in. 
For the lucky among us, life is what you make of it; but for Dixie Wheeler, the theme music for her story was chosen by another long ago, on the day her father butchered her mother and brothers and then slashed a knife across his own throat. Only one-year-old Dixie was spared, becoming infamously known as Baby Blue for the song left playing in the aftermath of the slaughter. 

Twenty-five years later, Dixie is still desperate for a connection to the family she can’t remember. So when her childhood home goes up for sale, Dixie sets aside all reason and moves in. But as the ghosts of her family seemingly begin to take up residence in the house that was once theirs, Dixie starts to question her own sanity and wonders if the evil force menacing her is that of her father or a demon of her own making. 

In order to make sense of her present, Dixie becomes determined to unravel the truth of her past and seeks out the detective who originally investigated the murders. But the more she learns, the more she opens up the uncomfortable possibility that the sins of her father may belong to another. As bodies begin to pile up around her, Dixie must find a way to expose the lunacy behind her family’s massacre to save her few loved ones that are still alive—and whatever scrap of sanity she has left.

Praise for Theme Music

“[T]his the scariest book since The Haunting of Hill House… the most gripping and suspenseful debut novel of the year…. Theme Music is more than compelling; it is mesmerizing.”—New York Journal of Books

"[Theme Music] promises to be one of the strangest and most enchanting works to come out this year."—CrimeReads

"[A] chilling, enthralling debut... Driven by a believable plot and populated with realistic characters, this delicious mix of horror, ghost story, and mystery marks Vandelly as a writer to watch."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“A story as frenzied and hard-hitting as the characters bound within it…. Readers will be bombarded with uninhibited descriptions and dauntless curveballs.”—Fangoria Magazine

"An intense thriller with horror vibes that I can’t put down...”—Book Riot

“Vandelly shows a deft touch at creating characters and spinning plots, leading to an almost unbearably terrifying and bloody climax in this gripping debut.”—Booklist

"[Theme Music’s] many twists, surprises, and reversals will keep readers hooked."Kirkus

"What a riveting and disturbing read this is! Charting the return of Dixie Wheeler to the childhood home where her parents and brothers were killed in front of her, Theme Music is a fierce and intense slice of psychological horror that will leave you vowing, Never Go Back. Never."—Louise Candlish, bestselling author of Our House and Those People

“A hypnotic blend of mind-bending, quasi-supernatural suspense and dark family secrets—readers will find themselves completely immersed in the utterly convincing world [Vandelly] crafts… vivid and lush, intricate and downright addictive. Read it with ALL the lights on, but make sure you read it.”—Crime by the Book


Pastyme - Baby Blue (1992)

in memory of Danny "Dashing" Schrank (1941-2018) 
Daniel W. Schrank
Daniel W. Schrank, 76, of Fond du Lac, passed on to eternal life, Sunday, April 8, 2018. 
Daniel was one of the founding members of the local Rock 'n' Roll band, "The Dynamics". In the band's early years, they traveled throughout the country, playing in multiple states. The Dynamics later became known as "Pastyme" and "The Dynamics Review". 
Pastyme - Baby Blue (1992) 

Pastyme - Lucile 

The Dynamics Review - A Whiter Shade of Pale 


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