Hello and welcome to this
Directory of the
mr. obscure webpages.

What and who is mr. obscure?

Many have posed the question
throughout the centuries.

He was first spotted selling packs of
Marlboro to Roman soldiers in Gaul.

The next sighting was when
Al Capone attempted to assassinate
obscure during the St. Valentine's Day
massacre - a narrow escape.

There followed a fallow period
when nothing further was heard
until the evening
of the Sex Pistols notorious
riverboat concert in London
in 1977, when obscure
shared a cell with McClaren
and Vivienne Westwood.

After many years in the wilderness
this silly man re-emerged hosting
a number of fabulous
(mostly free mp3 music) webpages.

Which brings us up to date.

Here you will find active hyperlinks
to all the mr obscure locations:
simply CLICK ON ANY OF
THE LOGO BOXES BELOW
and you'll be transported there.

Far out, right?

This page will also feature all the latest news,
additions and events happening on
any of the obscure pages, so it'll be
worth checking out fairly regularly, I'd say.

mr obscure can be reached via a good friend at:
stuart.jones40@ntlworld.com,
and when he's finished doing the washing-up
and has avoided being yelled at by his woman
for not being able to read her mind, he'll reply to you.

He loves to hear from you!

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'Peckerwood Avenue' audiobook

I'd like to take this opportunity to
tell you a bit about the audiobook
version of my seventh novel.


It's called 'Peckerwood Avenue' and is an adult
thriller set in 1950's England.

Scarlet Preston is a young, gorgeous African-American
who arrives in a leafy London suburb to a frosty reception
from the locals.

Amongst a variety of striking personalities in an
atmosphere full of tension, Scarlet is forced to overcome
grotesque unpleasantness on a vast scale.

Recording sessions took place in the Autumn of 2015.
(I record a few chapters one day each month,
although this is often delayed due to
circumstances beyond my control).

I've now finished writing the eighth book
and I'm in the process of recording the damn thing.
Hopefully it'll be ready for either Christmas 2016
or early 2017.

I know that time is such a premium
for you all in these technologically-intensive
days but I very much hope that at least some
of you will give the FREE mp3 audiobook
of 'Peckerwood Avenue' a listen.

One of those adlinks which can take you straight
there is directly beneath these words.



Information About This Month's Peel Sessions

Hey!

There's some wonderful
shit going down over at
The Peel Sessions this month
- seven sessions from a variety
of interesting people.


First off we have the fourth
(and final) session by UK punks
The Adverts, taped in October 1979.


There's the third session
from British feminist-politicos
The Au Pairs, recorded on 21/01/1981.


Scottish pop triers Blue
taped no less than seven sessions
for Peel, and mr obscure is
giving the sixth one to you.
It was put down in
November 1976.


UK death metal slayers
Bolt Thrower taped three
sessions for our hero.
The first, taped on 03/01/1988,
can now be yours.


Also featured this month is
the first session from Californian
grindcore speedsters The Locust,
laid down on 19/08/2001.
It features SIXTEEN tracks!
Blimey!


Legendary stateside misfits
The Pixies taped five sessions for Peel.
This is the first, immortalised
on 03/05/1988.


Completing the line-up for
October 2016 we have the second
of four sessions for the
Great Broadcaster by The Ruts,
preserved on 14/05/1979.


You can nip along
to The Peel Sessions
by clicking on the
picture-link at the
top of this page.

Blimey!

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Fantastic Thing in 'The Super Seventies'!

Hey!

Not only are there 40 new tracks (as usual
on the first day, every two months) but
now there's also a superb box of mp3s which
gives you a unique audio history - archive
newsclips mixed with music -which has
been added to the Super Seventies page.

It's an exhaustive but impressive overview of an
awesome decade - for a massive jolt of nostalgia,
click on the Super Seventies link up near the
top of this page (or on the image of the
trouser-burstingly ravishing girl under these words)

and you'll go there more or less immediately.

mr obscure's favourite albums 1970 - 2000

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RECENT PODCASTS!!

Yes!

TWO brand NEW podcasts were recently added
to box 2 over at Radio Obscure.

They're now available to download or listen to.

They're stuffed with fucking amazing shit of the first order.

No, really!

Come on, would I lie to you?

There's another of those visual links to the Radio Obscure
page right under these words...

Audio Emporium News

There's a new kid on the block
over at Audio Emporium 2.

This freshly-minted surreal
soundscape is titled The Locked Room,
and to find out why, you can simply
click on the silly image underneath this.

Meanwhile, over at The Audio Emporium
(the first collage page) a montage called
Magic In the Air has been completely
overhauled - lots of new sounds and clips
have been added, and it's altogether
much improved.

Fab Four fans should check this
one out, because it is entirely
made up of Beatles music.

NEW webpage: Audiobook Directory

A mint new webpage has been added.

It's similar to the one you're looking at now, being another
Directory - a place to find other places - but it differs in that
this particular page has links to ALL the thrilling, sexy, strange
and provocative FREE audiobook adult fiction by Stuart Jones.

In one place!

Below this is yet another of those image links, to whizz you
there as if you were on a magic carpet...or something.
Q: On music 'blogs' there's always an archive
list of monthly dates (and years)
where people can go back to an earlier entry,
but you don't seem to do this. Why not?

A: I just find it complicates matters really.
It's cluttering up the place; I like the pages
to look clean, neat and above all to be easy
on the eye.


Q: There are no animated gifs, flash animation etc. Why?

A: Again, because without all those
distractions there's not too much
information to take in - I just want to get to
the point as quickly as possible, because
when I'm surfing the net that's how I
feel when I land on someone's website.

For example, often I'm left shouting

'where's the download link?' at the screen.
There's nothing more annoying.
Actually, there are a lot of things
more annoying - your lover leaving you;
a loved one dying, war declared.
But you see what I mean...


Q: There's usually a place on blogs where we
(the visitors) can leave a comment but there's
no feature like this on the mr. obscure pages.
Explain, please.

A: It's unnecessary. People can email me
via my old friend and majordomo
Stuart Jones at his email address
(stuart.jones40@ntlworld.com) which is always
provided on each page.


Q: I have some mp3 files which I'm convinced will
interest you and which perhaps you could use on
one or more of the webpages - how can I get these to you?


A: In the first instance by emailing the
address given and, if it's just a handful
of tracks, by attaching ONE mp3 at a time
to individual emails with a gap of five
or so minutes between sending each message.

These mp3s should be saved at a bit- rate
of either 128 or 160kbs.
Any higher and it may crash the
email system!


In the second instance, if it's entire albums
and/or a lot of stuff you could set up a
data-storage thing on one of those
Rapidshare-type places, then I could
download it from a link you could send me
in an email; if you live in the UK then you
could always send me the material on
either CDR or DVD through the post.

Q: I'm after a certain John Peel session or a
number of tracks from years ago and/or an
old album which I now can't find.
Is it ok to ask if you have any of them and if so
would you be prepared to do me copies?


A: Of course, that's absolutely fine.
But, especially where Peel sessions are
concerned, please remember that
I don't have EVERYTHING.


Q: Who, exactly, is responsible for all the mr. obscure output?
Do you have an office full of hard-working
employees at your beck and call 24 hours a day?


A: No, it's just me, doing it alone.
No money is involved, it's simply for
the love of it.


Q: Have you written any more novels,
and if so, will they be online audio books like
'The World Upstairs,' 'Minotaur,'
'The Frozen Years,'
'V is For...'
'Whiteout' and 'The League of Angels'?



A: Yes, a seventh novel, 'Peckerwood Avenue,'
has been written (completed in November 2014)
and the audio version (recorded in 2015)
is now online (see the visual adlinks for it
elsewhere on this page)

Since then, an eighth book has also been written.
Recording sessions for this are almost finished.
It will probably go online in February 2017.

Q: When rare photos of you appear on the pages
we never see your face. why?


A: Because I have absolutely no head.
It makes eating, drinking and speaking very
awkward indeed.
Kissing, of course, is out of the question.


Q: How can you still be alive when you were
supposed to be 'selling packs of Marlboro to Roman
soldiers in Gaul'?


A: I don't smoke or drink booze
and I go for long walks - so I don't
age as much as others. Good eh?

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