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garerama
garerama
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Edited Jul 30, 2017, 17:44
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 17:43
Art - Supernatural Fairy Tales

The Beatles - Revolver / Rubber Soul

Anne Briggs - The Time Has Come

Blur - S/t / Bustin' & Dronin'

Curt Boettcher - Another Time

Miles Davis - ESP / Miles Smiles / Sorcerer / Neferitti / Bitches Brew

Eric Dolphy - The Illinois Concert

Espers - S/t

The 5th Dimension - The Very Best Of ...

Funkadelic - Maggot Brain

Golden Dawn - Power Plant

Mother Gong - The Best Of ...

Guru Guru - UFO / Hinten

Herbie Hancock - Mwandishi / Crossings

Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

King Crimson - Lizard / Lark's Tongue In Aspic / Starless & Bible Black / Red / The ConstruKction Of Light

The Lollipop Shoppe - Just Colour

Pink Floyd - Copenhagen 13/9/67 / Rotterdam 13/12/67

Archie Shepp - Kwanza

Wayne Shorter - Juju / Speak No Evil / The Soothsayer

Sonic Youth - Sister / A Thousand Leaves

David Sylvian - Alchemy: An Index Of Possibilities / Everything & Nothing

Underworld - Beaucoup Fish

Jane Weaver - Like An Aspen Leaf / The Watchbird Alluminate

Paul Weller - Sonik Kicks / Saturn's Pattern / A Kind Revolution

White Noise - An Electric Storm

XTC - Mummer / 25 O'Clock (Dukes Of Stratosphear / Skylarking / Oranges & Lemons

Neil Young - Decade (Remastered)

V/A
I Just Can't Be Happy Today (Mojo)
Moon Cat
9702 posts

Edited Jul 30, 2017, 19:48
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 19:40
Das Raumpiloten = Raum/ Sophie's Trip

Carl Craig - Songs About Food & Revolutionary Art
Badmarsh and Shri - Signs

Ultramarine = Folk/ Bel Air/ Users Guide/ United Kingdoms/ This Time Next Year

Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms
VP - Water World
Underworld - Oblivion Bells
13th Floor Elevators - All Time Highs
Gruff Rhys - American Interior
Hypnos - Cold Wind
Cosmosis - Intergalatic
Mekkanikka - Basic Tribal Pattern

Have a nice week x
Squid Tempest
Squid Tempest
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:10
The Pretty Things - SF Sorrow
Grateful Dead - Cornell University
Kate Bush - Before The Dawn
Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool
Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream
Slade - Slayed
Santana - Lotus

Greenslade - Spyglass Guest
Absolutely loving this. On the other albums I've found the vocals a bit difficult. Not so much on this album. Progtastic.

Vinyl:

Devadip Carlos Santana - Silver Dreams - Golden Reality
Stuck to the turntable since I nabbed this from the market in Tavistock while we were in away in Dartmoor. Such an amazing variety of sounds (including one cheesy one!), some great fuzz guitar too.

Pink Floyd - Animals

Hawkeyes/Radiation Flowers split
Marvelous Cardinal Fuzz release. I especially like the Hawkeyes side.

White Hills - Stop Mute Defeat
Under-rated.
bauheed
bauheed
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Edited Jul 30, 2017, 21:42
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:41
Squid Tempest wrote:
White Hills - Stop Mute Defeat
Under-rated.


I think it's a bit of a grower. Didn't grab me at first in the same way as many of their previous releases, but I really like it after a few listens.
bauheed
bauheed
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:45
Moon Cat wrote:
Ultramarine = Folk/ Bel Air/ Users Guide/ United Kingdoms/ This Time Next Year


United Kingdoms is a great album. I've not listened to it in years as I have it on cassette, but no longer the means to play it. Must get a digital copy. Never got round to getting any of their other albums. Really should investigate those as well.
bauheed
bauheed
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Edited Jul 30, 2017, 21:55
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:55
John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane

Pink Floyd - Animals; Atom Heart Mother; Wish You Were Here

The Cosmic Dead - Rainbowhead

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs / The Cosmic Dead - Split EP

Slomo - Transits

The Byrds - (Untitled) / (Unissued); Ballad Of Easy Rider; Dr. Byrds and Mr. Hyde

Grateful Dead - RFK Stadium, Washington DC 06.10.1973

David Gilmour - On An Island Tour, Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, 20 April 2006

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford Soundtrack

The SydArthur Festival 2 - Summer of Love Edition Soundtrack

King Crimson - Live 69

Carpathian Forrest - Through Chasm, Caves And Titan Woods EP

Emperor - Reverence EP

Xasthur - A Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors

Akvan - Heritage

Immortal - Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism
keith a
keith a
9124 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:56
thesweetcheat wrote:

[Edited as my phone seems to think Joe Gibbs did a series of albums called African Dublin]


Hahahaha!!
keith a
keith a
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Edited Jul 31, 2017, 18:22
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 21:59
The Days Of Pearly Spencer (CDS) – Marc Almond

Bring It On (CDS) – Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Push The Sky Away - Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds

Doctor Syntax – Edwyn Collins

2nd Floor (CDS) – The Creatures

S/T – Death & Vanilla

Five Leaves Left – Nick Drake

Automatic Eyes (CDS) – Echoboy

Any Day Now (EP) - Elbow

Bubble (CDS) – Fluke

Antics – Interpol

Automatic – JAMC

Barcelona – Lincoln

Bathtime With Loop Guru – Loop Guru

The Great Destroyer – Low

One World – John Martyn

S/T – Moodymann

Magnetic Seasons – Mugstar

Baby's Got A Gun – The Only Ones

Bad Cover Version (CDS) – Pulp

Bad Day (CDS) – REM

Avalon – Roxy Music

( ) - Sigur Ros

A Way Of Life – Suicide

Musique Originale Du Film Donne-moi La Main – Tarwater

Wanted – Peter Tosh

The Slider Studio Sessions – T.Rex
Tanx Studio Sessions – T.Rex

Be Brave (45) – Tropic Of Cancer

Endless Nights – Vacant Lots

Motown-Extra Special – V/A
Big Wheels Of Motown – V/A
Art Of Gold (Uncut cd) – V/A
I Just Can't Be Happy Today (Mojo cd) – V/A

Modern Kosmology – Jane Weaver

Good Vibrationss (CDS) – Brian Wilson

A Bell Is A Cup... – Wire
Silk Skin Paws (CDS) – Wire
Silver/Lead – Wire
Landing - Githead
riverman
riverman
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 22:19
Visited Kompakt's record store in Cologne during the week, when there on holiday, to purchase some cutting edge, uber cool electronica/beats... so first up a producer/DJ called Overlook who hails from... Bournemouth!

Overlook - Smoke Signals. Drum n bass triple vinyl partly inspired by Carpenter soundtracks so pretty moody and atmospheric. Really enjoying it.

SNTS - Across another dimension EP. A Horo release - I think this is actual German techno, at least the label is Berlin based. Again atmospheric stuff.

Island People - s/t. I thought I'd give this double LP a listen on the shop decks because it has a gorgeous abstract photo cover. And then the Kompakt guy confirmed the record label was one that focuses on abstract electronica. Turns out it's 4 musicians from Berlin and Glasgow who sent sounds back and forth over the last few years to create this album. Includes electronics, field recordings and guitars... and is rather gorgeous.

Other stuff -

So I was travelling round Germany by train so it had to be various Cluster/Harmonia/Neu! tracks to soundtrack the journey.
That, plus the two Horo albums by Ancestral Voices and Pact Infernal that I got a month ago.

Poemme - Soft Ice. Blissful drone.

Gnod - Just say no... and the Temple of BBV collaboration.
Fitter Stoke
Fitter Stoke
2149 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 29 July 2017 CE
Jul 30, 2017, 23:04
I love that Devadip album too. The solo LPs Santana did in that late 70s phase were much purer and creative than the AOR stuff he was bringing out with his official band. I'm even fonder of 'The Swing of Delight' which was one of my favourite tapes to drive to back in the day. I associate those vibes with the A1 in Yorkshire at night...as I do 'Arc of a Diver', but that's another story.
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