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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {May 23, 2016}

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Music Minute: “The Mad Scientist” by The Zanies

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Straight from soundtracks of teen and biker movies of the past, we stumbled onto this delight by ‘The Zanies’.  Sounding completely wrapped and psychotic, we were impressed by the catchy piano plunking, and crazed laughter which we can completely relate to.

“Boy, is he nuts!”

And you better believe here at the Eye of Faith, the madder the science, the more up our alley it is!   So enjoy this wild track! We have it on repeat! Shrouded by a veil of mystery, we had trouble finding information on this group… so if any of our loyal readers have the inside scoop, please give us a heads up!

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BONUS: E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {November 6, 2012}

{Tippie Henderson get’s a Spark from a Bird… guess they’re not so scary after all.}
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Music Minute: Le Temps de l’Amour – Françoise Hardy (1965)

Here’s just a tiny taste of one of our favourite Parisian songstress of all-time.  The great Françoise Hardy is known for so much more than just her fantastic voice and smooth 60s style.

According to her wikipedia page her credits reach from singer/actress and notes her as a Astrologist (so you better believe we’d be a fan).  Surely claiming a spot as one of our divinities of style based on looks alone, which directly influence fashion house Balenciaga.  Today it’s her voice which has us buzzing.

From the 1965 album The Yeh-Yeh Girl from Paris!’ comes this amazing track which some of you may recognize from the recent Wes Anderson flick Moonrise Kingdom.  Look for more words on this amazing subject in the ‘coming days‘, until then enjoy this delectable peice of 60s sub culture.

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