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Busting a Luna Moth out of Spiderweb Prison

When I noticed this magnificent creature outside of my front door I took a picture of it and posted it on my facebook page to see if anyone knew what it was. As it turns out, it’s not a leaf bird. Also, it’s not a stingray-kite hybrid. It is, in fact, a Luna Moth (yes, the same one that Lunesta uses in their commercials to push their dreamy drugs.) However, I discovered that this Luna Moth was stuck in a spiders web! I bravely decided to be super courageous and film myself breaking it free into freedom. To liberate the Luna. Once the mam-moth was carefully placed on its freedom leaf I heroically transported it over to some safety shrubs.

The very next day I was surprised to see this lunatic back on the side of my house, stalking me in broad daylight. All the spiders were gone because they starved to death. The weather turned erratic and it became clear to me that I unwittingly destroyed RI’s ecosystem. Suddenly, lightning struck a tree and a branch fell on top of me. The moth swooped down, removed the branch and said, “We’re even now.” Then he vanished. The clouds opened up and a smiling sunshine double rainbowed my street.

That was my past 24 hours.

 

I'm pretty much a hero

 

P.S. I found your ‘electronic-spy-on-sage-moth.’ If you need it back, that will come at a cost.

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Jun 25

Scribble Jam 2004 – “Jah” and “Buzzkill”

In 2004 I debuted two brand new songs at Scribble Jam. They were “Jah Didn’t Kill Johnny” and “The Buzzkill.” As they were fresh off the page I flubbed a couple lines but not too bad. Both songs ended up the book ends of my A Healthy Distrust album a year later.

I’m not sure the majority of the crowd knew how to react. I mean, this was Scribble Jam of course. Most people are expecting battle raps and punchlines so they can all go “Ohhhhh!!!!!” in unison. Regardless, Scribble Jam is an important part of indie-hop history. A history that is untold and unrecognized by most media outlets and music culture archivists, but some day it will be realized. “Thems was the good ole days, I tells ya!”

-Old Man Sage
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BUZZ KILL (Reanimator RMX) – Sage Francis by Strange Famous Records

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Jun 21

Sage, B. Dolan & METERMAIDS in CO! More shows added

I’ve added THREE shows in Colorado and a one-man show in Provincetown, MA to my 2011 schedule! Before I list the dates, some of you may be wondering who the heck the Metermaids are as they’re doing all three Colorado shows with me. So before you read the upcoming show dates, click play on the song below as SFR prepares for the release of their “Rooftop Shake” album (featuring myself, Buck 65, 9th Wonder and DJ Rob Swift.)

MATCHBOOKS – Metermaids by Strange Famous Records

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Jun 13

This Song is About a Girl

“Diamonds & Pearls” is off of the Sage Francis LI(F)E album. Music by DeVotchKa.

DIAMONDS AND PEARLS – Sage Francis

LI(F)E is available on iTunes as well as on CD & Vinyl HERE. The lyrics to this song are posted below.

So assume it.

 

LYRICS:
Surprising the world with diamonds and pearls.
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Jun 13

An old shirt design has been RESURRECTED

You can’t kill me, motherfuckerrrrrr…

YOU MAY TRY…BUT YOU WILL DIE…

Click HERE to order

 

The “you can’t kill me” quote is from the intro of my Civil Obedience song,  featured on the Human the Death Dance album. This t-shirt has been out of print for a few years now, but when I posted the image on my facebook page the people demanded we print more. So we did. And this time around, it comes uncensored. Many thanks to Irena Girlbot for the design and ClassSick Custom for the beautiful print job.

 

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Jun 13

“Waste Age Teenland” – Eyedea’s final album

Face Candy is a musical outfit that consists of Eyedea, Kristoff Krane, Jt Bates and Casey O’Brien. “Waste Age Teenland” is their new album, and it is effectively the last album that Eyedea recorded before his untimely passing. If you haven’t seen my write-up of “The Man Behind the Eyedea” you can read it by clicking here.

 

 

R. Eye. P.

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Jun 13

GODCAST secrets revealed

Before the internet, most of us experienced times when we’d hear a song on the radio or on a mixtape and we’d have no idea what it was. We’d scramble around and ask other people if they know of a song that goes “Buhhh duh duh DEEE do DEEE.” Sometimes we were lucky enough to be pointed in the right direction. Other times we were doomed to Read the rest of this entry »

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May 27

Rapture averted!

RAPTURE AVERTED! I hope you’ve all thanked Macho Man Randy Savage for jumping off of heaven’s highest turnbuckle and knocking a most vengeful God out of commission. Macho Man took one for the team and I, for one, am grateful.

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May 22

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