) totally misses out on the real passion and personalities of Messrs Armstrong, Carroll and Churchill.It is light on any real detail regarding these actual Ace family members with Ace themselves having put more detail with far better quality production into their annual (free) catalog and added to this with their monthly e-mail newsletters. This is the story of an incredibly important factor in the music that I love: Sixties Soul, Rock'n Roll, R'n B, Garage, Beat etc.TV Guide Magazine: When they're performing stark naked on stage? " We don't show up at the paparazzi restaurants so they can get a photo of us. TV Guide Magazine: Is this the first real romance between contestants, not counting backstage nookie?
In fact, they’re here hanging out at the campus outreach center, a haven for all who question their sexuality and gender identity, because they’re exploring an unconventional idea: life without sex. They’re pioneers of an emerging sexual identity, one with its own nomenclature and subcategories of romance and desire, all revolving around the novel concept that having little to no interest in sex is itself a valid sexual orientation. The definitions are still in flux, but most people who describe themselves as demisexual say they only rarely feel desire, and only in the context of a close relationship.'Ace Records is and was a labor of love, one for which the most fervent music fans are eternally grateful' Under the Radar 'A breathtaking visual rush' The Anchorage Press 'Ace Records is a fun book...What shines through is a story of the Ace project's faith in local bands and love of old and new music, of finding a niche and distribution region for licensing deals, and honorably paying royalties to artists even when no longer legally obligated to do so' Leonardo (online magazine) 'A shop ran by fanatics for fanatics. Long Live Rock & Roll' Bobby Gillespie 'With this vivid and insightful chronicle, veteran music writer David Stubbs pays glowing tribute to a record company that was ahead of its time in being behind of its time' Simon Reynolds, author of Rip It Up and Start Again 'To read Ace Records is to explore the history of modern music and to discover the stories of the people that made it' Design Taxi Writer David Stubbs, established music journalist and author of Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child and Eminem: Cleaning Out My Closet, joins forces with Rob Young, editor-at-large of The Wire and author of Rough Trade, Electric Eden and Warp to record the first comprehensive history of this fascinating label.on Broadway a couple of years ago, playing boyfriend and girlfriend. We wanted to see if our relationship could stand that test, and it did.We became best friends, which blossomed into a lot more, which is natural for a man and a woman when... TV Guide Magazine: How'd you keep this thing hush-hush for so long? De Garmo: We weren't deliberately keeping a secret. We're just not the types to go, "Hey, guess who I'm dating!