Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Hi

Would you believe me if I told you that the reason this page hasn't been updated in, oh, half a year is because I forgot my Blogger password?

It's actually true, you know... I've tried logging in several times over the past few months but I lost my key to my own blog and I eventually had to reset my Google password, which was no easy feat! But here I am... Feels a bit weird though; it's been like forever, hasn't it?

Anyway, I appreciate all the emails expressing curiosity, concern and even anger at my absence. I've been a bit busy so I haven't been able to reply all of them, but for those of you who didn't know, I've been in Nigeria for a while now doing some of this




And this





And a whole bunch of other stuff I'll tell you about later... Hopefully things will get pretty interesting around With Comb & Razorville in the next few months. Look for the blog to reactivate sometime in March; I need to get my act together a bit.

In the meantime, give me a shout in the comments if you care to... I miss interacting with you all!

(er... That's if my readership has not altogether evaporated by now...)

77 comments:

Ryan said...

Welcome back!

Nick said...

Welcome back! Looks like you've got some sweet stuff cookin'! Can't wait!

Jama Rico said...

It's great to have you back!

Similar pictures now over at Frank's Voodoo Funk.

R.

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Oro said...

Finally, you are back, what a nice breath and image.
welcome home

Henri Tournyol du Clos said...

(er... That's if my readership has not altogether evaporated by now...)

Are you kidding? We all have RSS feeds these days, you can go dormant for, oh, months, maybe even years, and your readership will still be there, eager as ever.

Welcome back and thank you so very much for all that wonderful musisc we would never have found on our own.

robin said...

wow, i've foudn you since you left...can't wait to see what new stuff you have for us.

Dapxin said...

hi.

send a bundle of those weather to us over here in london.

how body ?

icastico said...

Looking forward to the return...looks like fun stuff's been going on.

grooVemonzter said...

Nice to see your blog in action again. Cheers from Miami. Cole

Nordy said...

Hell yes!

La Societe said...

Damn!!!!
You got a great page!!!

Good looking on a great read and some really off the chain music!!!

Just found your blog.

Great shit!

fortherecord said...

prodigal brother returns and gets the rousing welcome he deserves - bin missing ya in the african blogosphere - Chris A - South Africa

xensma said...

welcome back!!! i hope you will share some of the wonderful and rare stuff you surely fond while digging in the dusty vaults of nigeria!see you soon here!

Ambi nwokeabia said...

Present

Stinky Jim said...

Present and correct..

Anonymous said...

Welcome back!!!
RSS feeds are great!

NGONI said...

Great joy to see how to retrieve the African cultural heritage, while the Western media seem to hide it in the recent years.
Never forget the pass....
Best.

Sun Ira said...

Not evaporated, great to have you back, looking forward to new treats.

nauma said...

Lost pass!Blogger's worst nightmare!
I welcome your return with joy...

bougieman said...

I too have discovered you since you left, and can't wait to see what you've got going on.

BRING IT.

jimmy said...

damn great to have you back...can't wait for new stuff...thanks

Frank said...

Can't wait to see some of those videos! You're setting a new standard as far as endurance goes... All the best and stay safe out there!

Africolombia said...

Uchenna,
Welcome back!

Fabian-

aduna said...

Half a year is definitely too long. Nice to see you back.
A bientôt...

ms bazu said...

WELCOME BACK!! :D
right when i was like 'imma start following this blog more closely' you disappeared! lolol god to see you back. hope everything is well, bless :)

Temi said...

I was afraid you had either been kidnapped or decided to run for office...lmao

Good to have you back

Brian said...

Glad to see you again!

Sam Telford said...

Thank god you're back. Looking forward to updates... a little cryptic with what you're gonna be updating. i'm hoping you're gonna say you're releasing some on a new label! soundway & analog africa need help getting this stuff back out there!

MsMak said...

Yay! Ok, we forgive you. Just don't keep up us waiting too long this time :-)

Splitting Issues said...

Welcome back. You were greatly missed!

Anonymous said...

Welcome back. We are still here, waiting for all the music and the gist behind the music.

Ivory Dome said...

You are forgiven. xoxoxoxoxoxx

Anonymous said...

Kept you in Favorites this long, can wait another month. Welcome back!!

Wow, Nigeria eh? Lookin' forward to your stories and anything else you share.

~stu

archer said...

comb, razor, and lastpass

your return is celebrated

Anonymous said...

So glad to have you back....hope your archives include Tunji Oyelana & The Benders....you are my last hope!!!!

karandash said...

welcome back!
it's great to read you again.

Big Kev said...

Welcome back Uche!! Seen the Wale video yet?

Son said...

very much looking forward to those vids, great to see a new post on here!

Emci said...

welcome back.great blog....

ikem said...

I waited for us to meet when you were in 9ja, too bad, Anyhow welcome and congrats for a kidnap free trip and all the goodies Ikem

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Tunde said...

The Big U,
Na wah oh. Glad to see you are back. I thougth dem immigration boys held u over cos of that Abdul...whatever cat! Oh well, nice to see u are back.I beleive you will make it worth the wait.

Anonymous said...

Good to see you back. I thought you hit the lotto jackpot and decided to abandon your teeming fans. Again, welcome back.

Ambrose Ehirim said...

I was only thinking that one damn lady captured you for good and you forgot your roots. Welcome back, my man!

Anonymous said...

For old school folks like me who don't do RSS, it's been a manual process of checking for updates.

Welcome back my guy. I congratulate folks that still go back to Naija, esp the east. That ain't for me anymore. Don't mean to bring up non-music stuff.

Did you stumble into Rock of Ages - Let Us Unite?

Corey said...

WELCOME BACK!!! Thank you Thank you Thank you!

Goofy said...

Good to have you back, Sir! You have been missed...

Kenslay said...

Uche !!!! you are the man. Oldboy check out digging in the SINK!!! (first picture) kai, Naija we have no apprecciation of art. shame;/

Anonymous said...

great blog - stumbled across it a few months back. glad to hear there's more to come!

btw, what's your youtube channel name?

Natasha

BNN said...

Welcome Back Boss! 8)

Anonymous said...

Okay, are you going Sade on us? You have found the pwd, what you need another 6 months before you post again? I go sue-o:)

All in fun, Bro. Welcome back and start giving us our medicine

BeninBoy said...

Hey Great to have you back online!!!

Psych said...

Welcome bac! http://9ijamusic.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Good to have you back, man. Really missed your posting.

RHL

Cody B said...

Just found you, but it is good you're back. great blog.

Seal67 said...

Perhaps you will now agree that your work is bigger than and more important than you thought it was, anyway enough talk bro, start writing. I owe you a couple of numbers don't I? Sorry abeg, shall follow by email. Regards

paco13 said...

welcome back

L-Boogie said...

dope blog. gonna add you to my blog rolls. What part of Nigeria are you from?

http://lorashub.blogspot.com/

http://www.musingsfromamadmozart.com/

Corey said...

dude...

Chi said...

i am just glad that you are doing great. i can't wait for the updates whenever you are ready. we will wait for as long as it takes...lol
bros
chi dafriquan

pam said...

glad your back. i kept checking just in case.

how long are you in nigeria? are you in calabar? hope you could open the king zorro boy song i sent. the videos are available in calabar as well.

Anonymous said...

howfa glad to see you made it back to blogging you have been missed here in Australia!

dailyleftover said...

hi U, have safe trip home and bomb us with that great foundfootage ..lookin' fwd!
this ones for U

Oluwole said...

just hooked up this blog & gosh!!! have i been missing...anticipating some great contents

Anonymous said...

Did it happen again?

Anonymous said...

Welcome back... welcome back welcome back welcome baaaack!

Anonymous said...

'Sup stranger! Trust you to be in the midst of pharaohic era paraphernalia. The albums! I was just scouring aroung for Kongi's Etika Revolution today and I thought C&R should be the place to star...And where's that dude sef? Glad to know you're fine. Keep flying. (Sola from NR)

Anonymous said...

Take your time, but do come back!

Big Kev said...

Isn't that Pa Johnson in the new logo?

Comb & Razor said...

Yes it is!

Y'all got Fun Times in SL?

Big Kev said...

That's what it was called - Fun Times! I remember seeing a few issues around in Freetown circa 1985, before the Wale Adenuga stuff flooded the market (Ikebe Super and Super Story), and of course Lolly with Dauda (aka 'Nackson') and Lewis The Traveller - a right pair of pervs! :-)

Comb & Razor said...

Aw damn... Yeah! I've been trying to get a hold of those old comics for years! That was when Adenuga was subversive and witty, as opposed to the bland "family values" mess he's putting out these days.

I do have some scraps of some latter-era Ikebe Super, but I really need to find some Super Story and especially Lolly!

Anonymous said...

Glad to know you are back; that image at the top takes me back years brother! Ikebe super, lolly, ben bella...
and is that the bala miller show....
dude...gonna send you some fine ladies...you just wait...

dimokokorkusstella said...

em razor do u have any videos at all of mustapha amegos song?i mean his rythme and blues.loved it !