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Haven’t paid much attention to this release, but I had a feeling some sort of albino mish-mash involving me and Saad Rafi would happen…
… so here I am – a slightly disoriented albino boy presenting myself on this bright, sunny day…
Yeah, it may not be exactly what you’d think it is. All I really know about this record is that I was trying to write a song… and forgot to record it. Which happens a lot, I know. Sorry about that!
Anyway, I hope you enjoy it!
Here’s hoping for more sunshine on this gorgeous autumn day!
Tune in later today for a great deal of music that didn’t make it into this one! All thanks to our secret benefactors! And, look, if you really want to, you can check out the video for The Aftermath that we made for this one.Search Widget Area
The History Behind this City
SAHVA LIGHTS, INC was founded in 1949. In 1950 the light was purchased from the City of Boston and our main office was at N70 Center St. In 1960 the company moved its headquarters to 74 Industrial Blvd. and in 1970 to 81 West Street. In 1980 we moved to our current location at 98 Industrial Blvd. In 1993 we moved to 500 Main St.
April 7, 1940 – Mayor Brenton H. Whaley says a proposed bill to study and possibly approve the lighted walkways on the section of the Esplanade south of North Station will take up only a few hours of the City Council’s time.
The bill, introduced to the City Council by Josephine Pizzi, was designed to study all aspects of the proposal to light the walkways to the south of the North Station with colored lights. The bill was referred to the Transportation Committee and will be heard Tuesday, April 9.
The walkway proposal was suggested by the North Station Improvement Association of Greater Boston, Inc. on which Whaley served as its president. Whaley and other members have stood from the nightlighted esplanade for several years.
Since the Esplanade was built in 1900, it