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Painting Assistant

Warhol Museum


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BrinkDVD Brink.com - TV Party Special

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The TV Party theme, music by Walter Steding and rap by Glenn O'Brien opens the show.
This show, with a "Mock Penis Envy" backdrop by Jean-Michel Basquiat, features a guitar line up of Chris Stein, Lenny Ferrari, Patrick Geoffrois of the Contortions, plus Glenn, Basquiat, Snuky Tate and Walter Steding on guitar and vocals and Bradley Field on electronic drums. As Glenn and Walter send up rock clichés and discuss the nature of electricity, the band churns out a harrowing electronic miasma somewhere between the Velvets and static interference, deconstructing Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. Highlights include an actual fight between Fab Five Freddy and Jean-Michel Basquiat over a guitar and Walter Steding destroying his "extra wide deluxe" guitar. It mixes interviews with O'Brien, Harry, Stein, Steding, Poe, Brathwaite and company with hilarious footage from the show's four year run (1978-1982.) BrinkDVD is releasing a DVD series of the best episodes from this historically hilarious collision of TV, rock and roll and pop art. The TV Party Orchestra (Walter Steding on violin, Lenny Ferrari on the New Yorker magazine, and Tim Wright on guitar) jams while host O'Brien performs the sublime feat of rolling a joint blindfolded while smoking a joint. The TV Party Orchestra looks brilliant, with Lenny Ferrari as a cubist painting and Walter Steding as a computer containing a gelatin capsule. His best pal Chris Stein, Blondie's guitarist, became co-host and Walter Steding, Warhol's painting assistant, became leader of the TV Party Orchestra. The TV Party Orchestra, featuring Chris Stein (in monk's hood) on harmonium, Lenny Ferrari (dressed as a Knight of the Red Cross) on flute, sorcerer Patrick Geoffrois of the Contortions on slide guitar and Walter Steding on organ, performed punk medieval music, including the Holy Land Funk rap delivered by Fab Five Freddy.


Punknews.org | MVD to release TV Party series with Iggy Pop, Alex Chilton, Mick Jones

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His best pal Chris Stein, Blondie's guitarist, became co-host and Walter Steding, Warhol's painting assistant, became leader of the TV Party Orchestra.


TV PARTY PREMIER EPISODE - brink shop

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His best pal Chris Stein, Blondie's guitarist, became co-host and Walter Steding, Warhol's painting assistant, became leader of the TV Party Orchestra."Skylab" - Walter Steding


DMG Newsletter November 11th 2005

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Walter Steding and his TV Party "Orchestra" provided a musical accompaniment to the madness at hand, and many artists and musicians, from The Clash, Nile Rodgers, Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Bryne and Arto Lindsey were regular guests.O'Brien recruited his pal Chris Stein, the guitarist of Blondie, as his co-host, fellow Factory kid Walter Steding as leader of The TV Party Orchestra, and underground film director Amos Poe as director and the rest, as you'll see, was history.It mixes interviews with O'Brien, Harry, Stein, Steding, Poe, Brathwaite and company with hilarious footage from the show's four year run (1978-1982.) His best pal Chris Stein, Blondie's guitarist, became co-host and Walter Steding, Warhol's painting assistant, became leader of the TV Party Orchestra."Skylab" - Walter Steding "There are a lot of old things there," summed up Walter 'Doc' Steding "that I have discovered are really mine."It was a bitter cold snowy night and the studio audience was a small group of hearty partiers, but the TV Party gang made up for it in merriment.The TV Party Orchestra, featuring Chris Stein (in monk's hood) on harmonium, Lenny Ferrari (dressed as a Knight of the Red Cross) on flute, sorcerer Patrick Geoffrois of the Contortions on slide guitar and Walter Steding on organ, performed punk medieval music, including the Holy Land Funk rap delivered by Fab Five Freddy.The Secret Spy by Walter Steding The TV Party Orchestra looks brilliant, with Lenny Ferrari as a cubist painting and Walter Steding as a computer containing a gelatin capsule."THE JOKE" - WALTER STEDING DVD $16The TV Party Orchestra (Walter Steding on violin, Lenny Ferrari on the New Yorker magazine, and Tim Wright on guitar) jams while host O'Brien performs the sublime feat of rolling a joint blindfolded while smoking a joint.


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