A notebook belonging to Lester Butler, found in London in 1993, gives a rare glimpse into The Red Devils’ lyrics, setlists and creative process.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
The death of Def, 1993
A couple of articles in the Los Angeles Times give a little detail of the “Ciao Def” party Aug. 27, 1993, which featured The Red Devils as entertainment at the “funeral.” And with the funeral, Rubin’s Def American became American Recordings . (“King King” was issued as Def American 9 26795-2 and American 65660.) [EDIT:Continue reading “The death of Def, 1993”