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1001realapes
1001realapes
1928 posts

Edited Jun 11, 2017, 04:40
Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 01:46
V.A. - Country Blues Bottleneck Guitar Classics 1926-1937

V.A. - Guitar Wizards 1926-1935

V.A. - Going Away Blues 1926-1935

V.A. - Alabama Blues 1927-1931

V.A. - Jackson Blues 1928-1938

V.A. - Pioneers of Jazz Guitar

Cluster - Qua

Nina Simone - Silk & Soul

Akira Ishikawa & His Count Buffalos – Get Up!

Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Funky Stuff

Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Head Rock

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica

Joni Mitchell - Hejira

Alphonse Mouzon - Mind Transplant

Pete Seeger - The Essential (Vanguard)

Rush - Signals

Wire - 154

Aphrodite’s Child - The End of the World

Harmonia - Musik von Harmonia

Joy Division - Peel Sessions

Joy Division - Permanent

Spirit - st

NEU! - st

Paris Angels - Sundew

Skip James - 1930 (Yazoo)

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River

Elton John - st

Elton John - Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy

Dzyan - Time Machine

Peter Tosh - Legalize It

Howlin' Wolf - The Real Folk Blues
Fitter Stoke
Fitter Stoke
2146 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 09:39
Rhodri Davies, David Sylvian & Mark Wastell 'There Is No Love'
John Foxx 'London Overgrown'
Paul Weller 'Jawbone' OST and 'A Kind Revolution'
Plainsong 'Any Place Now'
The Jesus and Mary Chain 'Damage and Joy'
Various 'Grind Crusher - The Ultimate Earache'
The Beatles 'Sgt Pepper' Deluxe Edition
Saxon 'Wheels Of Steel' & 'Strong Arm Of The Law'
John Surman & Stu Martin 'Live At Woodstock Town Hall'
Jack DeJohnette 'Special Edition'
Dave Brubeck Quartet 'Angel Eyes'
Brahms: Symphony no.4 & Tragic Overture (Berlin SO/Gunter Herbig)
flashbackcaruso
646 posts

Edited Jun 11, 2017, 10:14
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 10:12
The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street

Nick Drake - Time Of No Reply

Pink Floyd - Ummagumma

Amon Düül II - Live In London
Amon Düül II - Vive La Trance
Amon Düül II - Live At The BBC

Cluster - Cluster
Cluster - Cluster II

Paul McCartney - McCartney
Paul & Linda McCartney - Ram
Wings - Wild Life
Wings - Red Rose Speedway (the soniclovenoize reimagining is more satisfying than the released version; for some reason the generally weak material makes a lot more sense on a sprawling double LP, which was the original plan: http://albumsthatneverwere.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/paul-mccartney-wings-red-rose-speedway.html)

The Kinks - The Kinks
The Kinks - Kinda Kinks
The Kinks - Kontroversy
The Kinks - Face To Face

Genesis - Wind & Wuthering
Genesis - Seconds Out
Steve Hackett - Voyage Of The Acolyte

Mary Hampton - My Mother's Children

La! Neu? - Blue

The Beatles - Instant Karma!
The Beatles - Imagine Clouds Dripping (more from the Albums That Never Were blog - the first of these doesn't entirely convince, being a bit overlong and John's contributions not quite working in this new context. But the second is brilliantly sequenced, especially the way 'Dear Boy' segues into 'Bangla Desh'. But why no 'Gimme Some Truth'? George's guitar makes this one of the most Beatle-ish sounding songs from the era.
http://albumsthatneverwere.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-beatles-instant-karma-1970.html
http://albumsthatneverwere.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/the-beatles-imagine-clouds-dripping-1971.html)
garerama
garerama
518 posts

Edited Jun 12, 2017, 18:58
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 10:55
Syd Barrett - An Introduction To ...

The Beach Boys - Friends / 20/20

The Beatles - Sgt Peppers (50th Anniversary 2 cd)

Beck - Mutations / Midnite Vultures / Guero

The Bevis Frond - Inner Marshland / Bevis Through The Looking Glass / Triptych / Any Gas Faster

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - A Night In Tunisia

Ornette Coleman - Change Of The Century / Free Jazz / This Is Our Music

Alice Coltrane - Tunya Sings / Divine Songs / Infinite Chants / Glorious Chants

Brian Eno & David Byrne - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts

Family - Music In A Doll's House / Family Entertainment

July - S/t

Jupiter Maca - A Setima Enfervescencia

King Crimson - Islands

La Dusseldorf - S/t / Viva / Individuello

Charles Mingus - Tijuana Moods / Tonight At Noon

The Mob - Let The Tribe Increase

Mother Gong - Best Of

Ora - S/t

Oriental Sunshine - Dedicated To The Bird We Love

The Owl Service - Garland Sessions / Collected Compilation Tracks

Van Dyke Parks - Song Cycle

Pearls Before Swine - One Nation Underground / Balaklava / The Use Of Ashes / These Things Too

Radiohead - Amnesiac / In Rainbows

Lou Reed - S/t

The Residents - Not Available

Sonic Youth - Confusion Is Sex / Evol / Washing Machine / Hits Are For Squares / Sao Paulo 14/11/11 (last concert)

David Sylvian - Alchemy: An Index Of Possibilities / Dead Bees On A Cake

Tomorrow - S/t

Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Burnt Weeny Sandwich


V/A

A Rough Guide To Psychedelic Brazil

The Amorphous Androgynous: Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Vol 3 - Third Ear
Popel Vooje
5312 posts

Edited Jun 14, 2017, 00:07
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 11:46
For some reason I've barely felt the inclination to listen to anything but power pop this week. Perhaps I'm feeling galvanised by the unexpected ray of hope offered by the election result, and power pop - with it's combination of uplifting melodies, ringing guitars and rhythmic urgency is the perfect accompaniment. Of course, the genre did have a did have a downbeat underside too - as evidenced by Big Star's second and third albums and some of Badfinger's slower songs, but whatever ...

Big Star - No.1 Record

Badfinger - Sraight Up / No Dice / Wish You Were Here
(What is it with Pink Floyd and nicking other people's album titles? See also Medicine Head's "Dark Side of the Moon")

The Raspberries - Greatest

Blue Ash - No More No Less
(Can't work out why this lot weren't huge. They had all the populist glitterstomp appeal of Slade with the melodic flair and emotional depth of Big Star, yet their one pre-re union album barely sold squat outside their home state of Ohio).

Todd Rundgren - Something/Anything
(OK, this is a patchy record, as are pretty much all his albums except possibly "A Wizard A true Star") but its highpoints reveal that it'd easily have been a masterpiece if only he'd had an editor).

The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action

Stories - About Us

The Moondogs - That's What Friends Are For
(Liked this when it came out but it mostly just sounds like Ramones-lite these days)

Scarlet Party - 101 Damnations E.P.

Next week I'll stop pretending it's 1975 again and get back with the programme - honest.
Beebon
1291 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 12:51
Anathema - We're Here Because We're Here
Anathema - Judgement
Voivod - Dimension Hatross
Kevin Ayers - Whatevershebringswesing
Kevin Ayers - Bananamour
The Beatles - The White Album
The Beatles - Abbey Road
The Pretty Things - Parachute
Steely Dan - Can't Buy A Thrill
The Who - My Generation
Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind
Riverside - Anno Domini High Definition
Riverside - Love, Fear & The Time Machine
Trouble - Psalm 9
veneta1
208 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 13:29
Popel Vooje wrote:
Stories - About Us


Massively underrated album.

Love it.
jb lamptoast-morsley
jb lamptoast-morsley
2063 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 14:45
David Holmes presents the Free Association, Oceans 12 S/T

Incredible String Band - Hangman's Beautiful Daughter

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland

Bert Jansch - Black Swan. Must track down some more Bert. This is lovely, including a bit of Beth Orton which I have a lot of time for.

Budgie - The MCA albums 73-75. Quite enjoyed them really - especially the 2nd one in the series. Led Zeppelin lite? Maybe, but still worth hearing

Why? - Moh Lhean. So so - not particularly essential

Pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs - Feed the rats. Similar
spencer
spencer
2843 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 14:51
Todd: there's a new Five Classic Albums cheapo box..if the others that I've got are anything to go by the remastering'll be absolutely top.
Monganaut
Monganaut
1687 posts

Edited Jun 11, 2017, 18:30
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 10 June 2017 CE
Jun 11, 2017, 18:29
Not a whole lot this week. My Hifi amp went 'Phhhhzzzzz', so most of the listening has been whilst driving (which I've come to hate) so not a lot sonically.

Pink Floyd - Piper 2 CD edition
Listened to both mono and stereo versions of the album, and enjoyed it immensely, but couldn't tell the difference between mono/stereo if I'm honest. Still my fav Floyd album.

Super Furry Animals - Radiator
Loving this all over again in recent weeks after not playing for nearly 10 years or so.

The Claypool Lennon Delerium - Lime and Limpid Green
Knowing I'm a sucker for cover versions, a pal sent me a DL of this, which has four covers of well known pysch/prog standards. Enjoyed it well enough, though non of the covers stray far from the source material.

The Amazing Snakeheads - S/T
Ahhh, this album is the dogs, and they were such a good band, now sadly gone the way of the Dodo. I was heartened to read that Dale has joined a new combo called 'And Yet It Lives', which have some of the menace of TAS, but so far (from my youtube tune in) for me, not quite as 'edgy'.
Here's hoping they develop in more interesting ways in the months to come. Touring UK around September time...will deffo check em' out live.

Well that be it, see yus around!
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