Corporate Cubicle (art)

September 19, 2014

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Musea Art Quiz

September 19, 2014

The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
Name a BIG hit from the golden age of the 60’s, and most likely this WOMAN was playing bass on it. Name her.

Carol Kaye, one of the members of a group of  L.A. studio musicians known as the “Wrecking Crew”. (Example:  “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys.
I had no correct eligible answers. Seems there was a short in your wire on this one.I don’t dumb down so please wise up.

Now on to a new Q.: Win a copy of my FIRST cd CALLED ‘30′! – (first anti-band CD) or my NEWER cd CALLED ‘NEXT”(‘06) or my NEWEST cd CALLED ‘THIRDS” (May ‘07) or my MORE NEWEST cd Called “FOUR-TH” (‘08) or my MOST NEWEST cd CALLED ‘5-TH (Nov.’09) or my MORE NEWEST NEWEST cd CALLED ’6-TH’(Feb ’12), or my even NEWER THAN THAT cd CALLED “7-TH (early 2014), or my very NEWEST UP TO DATE cd CALLED “#8-TH out 8/8/14. (has them all plus videos and more) if you are the first to E-MAIL ME , AT THIS ADDRESS: tom-hendricks @
(remove blanks of course) with the correct answer to this art question.
DEDICATION: These contests are dedicated to my sister, Peggy, who answered more of the questions correctly than anyone else.


When negotiating his contract for the head of the art department with one of the major film studios, he added a clause that he would be listed as the “art director” on every  film  released while he was there. That turned into credits on over 1500 films over 32 years – more credits than any single person in the history of film Name him.

Good Luck!

FINE PRINT: The CD prize is only available to those with mailing addresses in the US. Foreign winners will have to settle for the miniscule fame alone, and the satisfaction of a job well done. But don’t forget you can listen to all the music on the website, whether you won or lost – and I’d be glad if you did!

Readers, IF you like these puzzles and would like to resend them to friends, post them on any newsgroup, or any website, please do so. The more the merrier! For tons of past quizzes go to, the musea website at or the Musea blog at And don’t forget the music/videos at (all my videos)
Tom Hendricks (editor of the 20 year old zine Musea) ZINE, Named one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine. Featured on ROCKETBOOM) MUSIC, 5 full CD’s of free Post-Bands Music) BLOG for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)


Admiring The Portrait

September 18, 2014

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My Case for Why Ending Poverty Is Good for The Rich

September 17, 2014

My Case for Why Ending Poverty is Good For Rich People

The obvious is that ending poverty helps those in poverty. But does it help the rich? Here are my reasons for why ending poverty would be good for rich people too.

1. Reduces population. Brings it down to sustainable levels

2. Reduces infectious diseases that come out of poverty.

3. Reduces superstition, and leads the entire world to more reasonable solutions for its problems

4. Reduces war and conflicts caused by poverty.

5. Liberates the potential of people in poverty to not only help themselves but help the world

6. Brings the wisdom and talent of the poor into civilization

7. All major religions support getting rid of poverty.

8. Poverty can be eliminated in a way that enriches all economies, without spending a penny.

9. Supports and helps safeguard the environment.

10 Better use of defense spending: ex. $30 billion per year ends world hunger. $737 billion per year is spent on Defense in the US.

ROCK is the beat ROLL is the Magic

September 17, 2014

Sayings of Eddie Art

Rock is the beat – Roll is the magic

If you are in a band, you’re 60 years too late!

Bands, you’re not breaking new ground, you’re following a 60 year old format.

Rock and Roll in its earliest decades was opposing and rebelling against the mainstream music then. Today its cloning that rebellion in fake generic copies.


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