Corrections and Mea Culpas

  • The Australian band that I’ve played on recent Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio podcasts is called WOODBOOT, not WOODBOT. Oh dear.
  • Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #75 back-announced a song by @myriamgendron that I didn’t actually play. Whoops.
  • In the late 80s San Francisco rock band World of Pooh, whose oral history runs to 20 pages in Dynamite Hemorrhage fanzine #3, Brandan Kearney played guitar, not bass; Barbara Manning played bass, not guitar. Mea culpa.
  • The word “posthumous”, used repeatedly throughout Dynamite Hemorrhage #3, technically refers to someone or something that is dead. My use of the word in several instances is therefore incorrect; for example, Sibylle Baier is very much alive, and therefore her “posthumous” album was merely issued well after the time she recorded it, not after she shuffled off of this mortal coil. Jesus criminy.

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