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  Jealous Again - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The band then recuited former Redd Kross member Chavo Pederast to be their new vocalist; however, guitarist and band leader Greg Ginn felt he was not yet ready to record, and the tapes were put aside for several months.
Pederast later quit the band in the middle of a live performance, derailing the sessions entirely for a second time.
Given that Black Flag's lead singer at the time, Chavo Pederast, was part-Mexican, and that Ginn was a fan of fl jazz and blues artists (including B.B. King, whom he idolized), it is not hard to presume that the song's sentiment is anti-racist.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jealous_Again   (778 words)

  
 Chavo Pederast: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Chavo Pederast
Chavo Pederast: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Chavo Pederast
Chavo Pederast (real name Ron Reyes) was the second frontman for Black Flag.
He recorded Jealous Again and selections from Everything Went Black.
www.encyclopedian.com /ch/Chavo-Pederast.html   (79 words)

  
 Chavo Pederast - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Ron Reyes (dubiously immortalized as Chavo Pederast) was the second singer for California based punk rock group Black Flag.
After the recording sessions, Reyes was fired, and as a final parting shot, he was credited as "Chavo Pederast" on the "Jealous Again" single.
Chavo Pederast, Black Flag, Vocalists and Punk rock vocalists.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Chavo_Pederast   (252 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Chavo Pederast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pederastic courtship scene Athenian fl-figure amphora, 5th c.
Black Flags logo, often found spraypainted in various places in L.A. in the 1980s Black Flag was a hardcore punk group formed in 1976 in southern California, largely as the brainchild of Greg Ginn, guitarist, primary songwriter and sole continuous member through multiple personnel changes.
After leaving Black Flag, he reportedly moved to Puerto Rico to be with his family, and later became a born-again Christian and moved to Vancouver.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Chavo-Pederast   (605 words)

  
 Ron Reyes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pederastic couples were also said to be feared by tyrants, because the bond between the friends was stronger than that of obedience to a tyrannical ruler.
The rise of Christianity led to the suppression of pederasty, as it was one of the mainstays of a classical pagan culture which the church fathers saw as an obstacle to their proselytizing.
In contrast, pederastic love was at times featured by artists who in all likelyhood were not pederasts themselves, such as Johann Sebastian Bach in the air of Phoebus-Apollo dedicated to young Hyacinth, in his secular cantata BWV 201, Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde (Der Streit zwischen Phoebus und Pan) [The contest between Phoebus and Pan].
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 ScienceDaily: Chavo pederast
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 Black Flag (band)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Morris quit in 1979, citing, among other reasons, creative differences with Ginn, and his own "freaking out on cocaine and speed." [1] Morris would later form the Circle Jerks.
Black Flag recruited fan Chavo Pederast A.K.A. Ron Reyes, who was in the band only briefly before quitting mid-performance.
Front Man: Keith Morris, Chavo Pederast A.K.A. Ron Reyes, Dez Cadena, Henry Rollins
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 Damaged - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
At the time of the recording, Cadena had moved to rhythm guitar (a position he had initially intended to take when Pederast was still in the band) and 20-year-old Washington, DC expatriate Henry Rollins had become the band's new lead singer weeks before the sessions occurred.
Unlike Pederast, who had never sung in a studio before, and Cadena, who hadn't even sung before joining the band, Rollins already had one recording credit to his name with the short-lived DC hardcore punk band State of Alert, who recorded a 10-song 7" single earlier in the year.
The band recorded their backing tracks without Rollins, who overdubbed vocals with band leaders Greg Ginn (guitar) and Chuck Dukowski (bass) coaching him afterward.
www.vacilando.org /_cliextra/baghdadmuseumorg/includepage.php?title=Damaged&action=edit   (926 words)

  
 Black Flag Reviews
Pederast isn't the singer Morris was; he sounds like a normal kid fronting a punk band, not like a deranged lunatic.
But that's okay, 'cause Pederast sounds just fine on yet another seminal punk classic: these 5 songs aren't quite as good as the 4 on Nervous Breakdown, but they still pretty much define American punk and are as good as Black Flag gets.
Their threat to the LAPD, "Revenge," is one of the two songs here that doesn't have its tongue somewhere in cheek.
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 Taking Sides: Keith Morris vs. Ron "Chavo Pederast" Reyes vs. Dez Cadena vs. Henry Rollins -- BLACK FLAG VOCALIST ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Chavo second, then, grudgingly, Rollins, with Dez dead last (though at first I had trouble distinguishing his croak from Rollins'; in any case "Swa" should consign one to last place in all matters).
Keith was always a businessman, and his stuff is way calculated, Chavo was a joke, Dez MEANT it.
The Jealous Again EP is the best distillation of Black Flag in sound and attitude, and yeah, he rocks in the Decline of Western Civilization.
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 pederast - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 the mighty Black Flag! - Band Line-ups
Morris was referred to as Johnny "Bob" Goldstein on the Everything Went Black recordings, released in 1983.
Chavo quit onstage after two songs during a show at the Fleetwood...the rest of the band then went into Louie Louie for an hour and let anyone who wanted to do so take over the vocals.
Dez joined the band several months after Chavo quit.
www.ipass.net /jthrush/flagline.htm   (890 words)

  
 SuicideGirls > Boards > Music > Black Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Feb 02, 2004 06:25 PM I saw them in '84 on the Slip It In Tour and it was easily the most incredible punk show I ever saw (well, maybe tied with The Ramones in '79) they were on fire!
I can't remember all the stuff he said about Rollins, but that was one of the things that cracked me up.
I've always liked the story about why Ron Reyes changed his name to Chavo Pederast.
suicidegirls.com /boards/Music/32911   (823 words)

  
 ::Chaser Merchandising - T-shirts, Stickers, Buttons, and more::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The following year after the release, Morris departed from the band to form the Circle Jerks and Migdol left as well.
Replacing Morris was Chavo Pederast and on drums, Robo.
During a New York show, a Washington DC based fan jumped on stage and sang with the band, his name was Henry Rollins and he replaced Pederast.
www.chasershirts.com /html/bands/blkflg.html   (551 words)

  
 AOL Music: Chavo Pederast : MAIN
Black Flag's second vocalist, Chavo Pederast (the one who came after Keith Morris and before Rollins), has no problem expressing his rage on such...
Group Members: Anthony Martinez, Bill Stevenson, Brian Migdol, Chavo Pederast, Chuck Biscuits, Chuck Dukowski, Dez Cadena, Emil, Greg Ginn, Henry...
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 CNN - Regarding Henry: Rollins' new band and album - August 13, 1999
Both as part of the ferocious punk band Black Flag and later as the frontman of his own Rollins Band, he's become one of the most recognized figures in alternative music.
Rollins joined Black Flag in the early 1980s, jumping up on stage at a New York City show and replacing the band's outgoing lead singer Chavo Pederast (who, in turn, had replaced Keith Morris).
The band managed to release more than 10 albums before 1986, when founding member Greg Ginn broke up Black Flag and focused on running his SST Records, one of the nation's more influential independent record labels.
www.cnn.com /SHOWBIZ/Music/9908/13/henry.rollins   (972 words)

  
 Chavo Pederast: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Chavo Pederast: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more
Chavo Pederast: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more
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www.music.com /person/chavo_pederast/1   (81 words)

  
 Black Flag | CJAY 92
By the release of 1980's Jealous Again, Black Flag had begun to tour the U.S. relentlessly, building up a small, but dedicated, following of fans.
After the release of Jealous Again, Pederast left the group and was replaced by Dez Cadena.
However, Cadena preferred to play guitar, and his transition to that instrument in 1981 gave the group a heavier sound; his replacement on vocals was Henry Rollins, a Washington, D.C., fan who jumped on-stage to sing with the band during a New York performance.
www.cjay92.com /performer/3689/biography/black-flag?page=2   (234 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: First Four Years [Best of]: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The 2nd singer, Chavo, doesn't offer anything especially unique, but he does contribute to some great songs.
He sings on "Jealous Again", one of the best Black Flag songs ever, and probably the best song on this record.
The second vocalist, Chavo, was their weakest singer, but the song "Jealous Again" doesn't sound right without him singing it.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/B000000LZL/medfools01-20   (1129 words)

  
 Band Search: BLACK FLAG
At the same time, Ginn and Dukowski formed an independent record label, SST, which released the band's first EP, Nervous Breakdown, in 1978.
Morris and Migdol departed the following year -- Morris went on to form the Circle Jerks -- and they were respectively replaced with Chavo Pederast and Robo.
By the release of 1980's Jealous Again, Black Flag had begun to tour the U.S. relentlessly,
www.punkmusic.com /bandsearch.cfm?iBandID=1307   (331 words)

  
 Black Flag - biography
After the release of Jealous Again, Black Flag went through another major lineup change.
Pederast left the group and was replaced by Henry Rollins, a Washington D.C. fan who jumped on stage to sing with the band during a New York performance.
At the same time, the band added a second guitarist, Dez Cadena, which gave the group a heavier sound.
landru.i-link-2.net /jtrees/Rock/bios/bio_BLACK_FLAG.htm   (903 words)

  
 Hiljaiset Levyt: PUNKNET 77 - Black Flag
Before the second EP Keith Morris left the band and formed Circle Jerks.
For next half an year Chavo Pederast was the singer - at that period band had lots of problems with local police and they had to move from Hermosa Beach in summer 1980.
Dez Cadena came to band first as singer, but soon he change to guitar and Henry Rollins (born 13.2.1961) come in and take the place as the front man of the band.
www.hiljaiset.sci.fi /punknet/blackf_e.htm   (864 words)

  
 JR.com: BLACK FLAG in Music
Includes a 114-page booklet with photos plus essays and track annotations by Gary Stewart, Chris Morris, Ira Robbins and Dave...
Black Flag: Dez Cadena (vocals, guitar); Chuck Dukowski (vocals, bass); Keith Morris, Chavo (Ron Reyes) (vocals); Greg Ginn (guitar);...
Black Flag: Henry Rollins, Keith Morris, Dez Cadena, Ron "Chavo" Reyes (vocals); Greg Ginn (guitar); Chuck Dukowski, Kira (bass); Robo,...
www.jr.com /JRSectionView.process?ArtistPage=t&N=658517   (375 words)

  
 Dementlieu Punk Archive: Black Flag: interview from Ripper 6
Greg played guitar and Keith sang After going through several bassists and drummers, the lineup solidified with Chuck Dukowski on bass and Robo on drums.
In late 1979 Keith left to form the Circle Jerks and was replaced by Ron Reyes (Chavo Pederast), who later left and was replaced by Dez Cadena in the summer of 1980.
Last July, Henry Rollins joined Black Flag as lead vocalist and Dez now plays second guitar and does backup vocals.
www.dementlieu.com /~obik/arc/blackflag/int_ripper6.html   (2551 words)

  
 IMDb user comments for The Decline of Western Civilization (1981)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Darby Crash of the Germs comes off as a complete idiot most of the time, but the Germs' performance of Manimal is pretty decent, complete with a young Pat Smear.
Black Flag's performance with Chavo Pederast on vocals (it was filmed a couple of years before Henry Rollins joined the band) is decent, and X and FEAR give the best performances in the movie.
Look out for the interviews with the young punk kids.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0082252/usercomments   (2133 words)

  
 Visitor 42 - Kings of Punk
Would you be as so kind as to sign our guest registry?' He hands me the book, bound in expensive leather, but soild with greasy fingerprints and potato chip crumbs.
Cautiously, I open it up, find records of previous guests such as: Hank Rollins * Greg Ginn * Bill Stevenson * Dale Nixon * Christian Slater * Kira * Henry Rollins * Robo * Dez Cadenza * The Phoenix Family * Charles Dukowski * Charles Bukowski * Chavo Pederast * H. Rollins.
Realizing that I'm not hearty enough to endure this place's heavy-handed hospitality, I put the book down and leave, but not without a handful of mints and the Hotel's card.
www.visitor42.com /review.html   (1268 words)

  
 Prindle Record Reviews - Black Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
eith's replacement was Chavo Pederast (or Ron Reyes, if you're into them roaring "bill gates"), who was from Puerto Rico, but liked to live in America.
Its a shame that they didn't bother making a full length album with songs of this quality, and a vocalist to match.
If I remember right, the band had totally recorded the Jealous Again EP with Kieth on vocals, but then re-recorded it with Chavo because Kieth quit the band...
www.markprindle.com /blackfaa.htm   (18500 words)

  
 City Pages - This is Hardcore
And because their maniacal work ethic ensured that they would reach most American kids in person before any other live punk band, the bad news spread.
Instead of screaming for a white riot, hardcore longed to be a "White Minority." "Gonna feel inferiority!" shouted (Puerto Rican-born) Black Flag singer Chavo Pederast in 1980.
Our Band Could Be Your Life makes this running auto-critique seem heroic.
www.citypages.com /databank/22/1083/article9800.asp   (3554 words)

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