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1001realapes
1001realapes
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Edited Mar 04, 2018, 13:09
Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 03, 2018, 21:28
FSOL - ISDN

Bee Gees - 1st

Bee Gees - Horizontal

Bee Gees - Idea

Magma - st

Magma - Köhntarkösz

Sam Collins - Jailhouse Blues

Shack - H.M.S. Fable

The Blues Magoos - Kaleidescopic Compendium: The Best Of The Blues Magoos

Herbie Hancock - Secrets

The Residents - Fingerprince / Babyfingers

Johnny Cash - Koncert V Praze (In Prague Live)

Johnny Cash - Rainbow

Bel Canto - White-Out Conditions

Bill Nelson - Das Kabinet / La Belle Et La Bete

Vangelis - Invisible Connections

Paul McCartney - Memory Almost Full

Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon

Genesis - Trespass

King Crimson - Islands

Renaldo and the Loaf - Behind Closed Curtains + Tap Dancing In Slush

Alio Die - Sitar Meditations

Sixteen Horsepower - Sackcloth ’n’ Ashes

Vince Guaraldi - Alma-Ville

Van Morrison - Veeden Fleece

XTC - Mummer

John Coltrane - The Last Trane

V.A. - St. Louis Town 1929-1933

The Kinks - Something Else by The Kinks
Lawrence
9541 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 00:20
The Anti Group - Digitaria -- I just got a bundle of free Ambisonic Recording plug-ins for my DAW, which included a decoder that translates Ambisonic recording into Binaural... So as Adi Newton was the first to use Ambisonic technology I used the decoder playing back Digitaria. Amazing!

The Durutti Column -- the Return Of... and LC

Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures

Young Marble Giants - Colossal Youth

Teardrop Explodes - Reward b/w Strange House in the Snow 7"

Limbo Race - Down and Backwards 7"

Brainbombs - Souvenirs -- I think this is their most recent and my copy is a limited edition. Still good musically but the vocals lack much focus it seems, in spite of the nastiness still being intact...
bauheed
bauheed
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Edited Mar 04, 2018, 10:07
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 10:06
Several days "working" from home due to the snow have allowed for lots of listening this week. On the down side the PigsPigsPigsPigsPigsPigsPigs gig on Saturday was cancelled.

Billy Bragg - Don't Try This At Home / Brewing up with Billy Bragg
Billy Bragg and Wilco - Mermaid Avenue / Mermaid Avenue Volume 2
Earthling Society - Zodiak
Miles Davis - Shaboo Inn 1974 / KInd of Blue
White Label - Borrowed Voices
CSS - Cansei De Ser Sexy
Acid Canibals - Why Not Every Night
[Cosmic Dead offshoot - https://acidcannibals666.bandcamp.com/releases]
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Deja Vu
Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue
Sandy Denny - Like an Old Fashioned Waltz
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Feed the Rats
Pink Floyd - Music from the film More
Deus - No More Loud Music (The Singles)
Dick Gaughan - Handful of Earth / Live! At The Trades Club
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard & Clark / Through The Morning, Through The Night
David Holmes - The Science Behind The Circle
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath (Deluxe Edition)
Caina - Age of Thorns
Burzum - Aske
Immortal - Battles in the North
My Dying Bride - Turn Loose The Swans
Calexico - Algiers / Black Heart [EP] / Edge of the Sun / Garden Ruin
Earth - Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light 2
Neil Young - Dead Man OST / Zuma
2Pac - Greatest Hits
The Band - The Band / Music from the Big Pink
Amon Duul - Disaster/Luud Noma! / Collapsing Singvogel Ruckwarts & Co.
Aphrodite's Child - 666
Anthonhy featuring Dave W. & Julian Cope - Cicake Zi Putihi
The Associates - The Affectionate Punch
Autechre - Quaristice / Oversteps
White Hills + DBaticotlh - Desire
Can - Canaxis 5 - Studio Demo Tapes
Brian Eno and David Byrne - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts
Rufige Cru - Reinforced Presents: Rufige Cru - the Early Plates
The Bug - Angels & Devils
Burning Spear - Man in the Hills
The Wailers - Catch a Fire / Burnin'
Pierre Henry - Futuristie
Goat - Requiem / World Music
flashbackcaruso
701 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 11:00
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles - Beatles For Sale
The Beatles - The Beatles In Italy

David Bowie - Low
David Bowie - "Heroes"
David Bowie - Lodger (+ 2017 Tony Visconti remix)

Kate Bush - Never For Ever

V/A - This Is Psychedelia

The Supremes - Stoned Love

Vangelis - Antarctica
Vangelis - Soil Festivities
Vangelis - Mask
Vangelis - Invisible Connections

Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin - Coda

The Damned - Damned Damned Damned
The Damned - Music For Pleasure

Status Quo - Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon
Status Quo - Dog Of Two Head

White Noise - An Electric Storm

The Rolling Stones - Some Girls

Kevin Ayers - Whatevershebringswesing

Bert Jansch - Moonshine
keith a
9192 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 15:26
flashbackcaruso wrote:

David Bowie - Lodger (+ 2017 Tony Visconti remix)


Hi FBC. What's the verdict on this? Still not heard it myself.
flashbackcaruso
701 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 16:40
keith a wrote:
flashbackcaruso wrote:

David Bowie - Lodger (+ 2017 Tony Visconti remix)


Hi FBC. What's the verdict on this? Still not heard it myself.


Hard to make a judgement, as 'Lodger' is an album I've only recently started to fully appreciate, and after playing it again on the original vinyl I thought I'd give the new mix a listen on Spotify Web Player after having read about it in Mojo last year. So firstly it's not an album I've immersed myself in enough to detect major differences, but apparently Visconti pulled out all sorts of things that got lost in the original mix. And secondly, the quality on Spotify seemed to lack the crispness I assumed the new version would have, so maybe you need to get the actual box set for the full effect. I imagine if you know the original inside out the new version would be quite revelatory.
Monganaut
Monganaut
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 17:04
This week has mostly been, whilst stuck in with the bleedin' snow, still hobbling around on dodgy knee, and alleviating the boredom by making scale model jets and tanks and watching crap TV and films....

D.A.F. - Ein Produkt Der Deutsch-Amerikanischen-Freundshaft
Been a big 'electro' D.A.F. fan fer years, but was never really aware of this, so never played their debut before. Have the live Die Klienen und Die Bosen LP, which is a wonderful din and touches on stuff from their debut, but Wow!, this really blew me away. Kinda Faust Tapes in execution, in being short half formed ideas alongside (slightly) more realised songs. Don't know if they were aware of that NY noise thang in 1979, but deffo nails that No-Wave sound. Bild 7 sounds like proto Sonic Youth circa Confusion is Sex, and Bild 8 is early Swans (well almost). Lovin' It! Album ...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=os_a0AybDJM

D.A.F. - Feur Immer
Das Kinder Funk!

Sonic Youth - Confusion Is Sex/Kill Your Idols
Edgy!

Bush Tetras - Boom In The Night
Cowboys in Africa - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUJ9Zq1HGaM

Malaria! - Compiled 81'-84'
Heavy goth tinged post punk from Berlin. Was aware of the 'Your Turn To Run' track from the 'So Low' post punk comp from a few years back (plus the film Atomic Blonde and TV show Deutschland 83') but the rest was unknown to me. Some good stuff, though a few duffers too. You can see where Xmal Deutchland nicked some of their sound from.
Compiled - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETnUg-UsMD4

La Conta Ola - Sythwave and Postpunk from Spain 80-86
Some great stuff on this comp. Some pure cheese, but some real great sounds as well. Particular fav is Tod oTodo - Autogas Dunno if it's daft or genius. Some great use of the MS 10/20 style radiophonic electronic scronks on some of these tracks. Album - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzxTCtQtBZ0

Fad Gadget - Fireside Favourites/ Best of
Fad Gadget, what's not to like! Coitus Interuptus is probably my fav from this album. Coitus - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVfXFrjBdqI
Back To Nature - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoVJhr9yd40

Hawkwind - Into The Woods
Meh!

Wire - Silver/Lead
Meh!

Uncut comp - Sonic Truth
Saw this on Keith A's list a few weeks ago and thought it looked a tasty track list, so picked up a copy fer 99p on ebay. Don't really buy music mags anymore, as the two big noises available (Mojo/Uncut) seem to rehash the same articles over and over ad nauseum. Nice running order, and a nice mix of familiar and not heard, well worth the punt.

Well, that's about it, off to weather my 'Russian Winter' Tiger 1.....oooh get me, I can tell you can hardly contain your excitment!
thesweetcheat
thesweetcheat
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 17:49
Main replays for this week:

Jean-Michel Jarre - Zoolook

During my pre-teen obsession with M. Jarre's bouncy electronics I never had Zoolook for some reason, but it was reissued a couple of years ago and I finally caught up. It's actually pretty great, the opening five minutes could have come from Vangelis' Blade Runner soundtrack, there's some neat electro (Zoolookologie is practically Bobby O), some artiness a la Laurie Anderson and pieces constructed from lots of little cut-up samples.

Jean-Michel Jarre - Electronica 1: The Time Machine

His return to the fray from 2015, all collaborations. At 16 tracks it's probably 6 or 7 tracks too long, but there are some great songs here (yes, it's got actual singing on much of it). I particularly like the Vince Clarke "Automatic" and the stuff with Tangerine Dream, Moby, John Carpenter and Fuck Buttons is rewarding.

John Foxx - London Overgrown

On the subject of pioneering purveyors of electronics, this is a beautiful 2015 ambient album from Mr Foxx. Beatless, vocal-less, in places quite close to the stuff he did on the Cathedral Oceans albums and overall a pleasure to get absorbed in.

Olden Yolk - Olden Yolk

New York sort-of folk indie. Which is damning it before you've heard it, but I really like this record. Here's a sample: https://youtu.be/0yelLYGvQ7g

Lowtide - Southern Mind
Another new discovery for me, apparently their second album. Australian Shoegaze like it's 1991, also really liking this. https://youtu.be/JB0cVKFuczo

Otherwise:

Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygene
Jean-Michel Jarre - Equinoxe

Japan - Tin Drum
Heaven 17 - The Luxury Gap

Saloon - "Free Fall" 7"

Lonelady - Nerve Up
Jah Wobble & Julie Campbell - Psychic Life
Lonelady - Hinterland
Odd Beholder - Lighting
Odd Beholder - Atlas
LOMA - Shivani OST
jb lamptoast-morsley
jb lamptoast-morsley
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 18:13
Led Zeppelin - I-IV, Houses of the Holy, Physical Grafitti and In through the out door

King Crimson - In the court of the Crimson King

King Biscuit Time - Black Gold

Jambinai - A Hermitage. South Korean Post Rock at its finest!

Leftfield - Leftism. Just a classic nuff said

Krust - coded language. Appreciating this more as the years unfold. Must be mature or somefink

Kula Shaker - Pigs, peasants and astronauts. I still maintain that this is their best album

The Flowers of Hell - Odes. They don't half like the Velvet Underground... understandable really on this covers album

Flowers Must Die - Montana/Nusrat EP. Perfectly satisfactory psych

Flight of the Conchords - S/T and I told you I was freaky. I got hurt feelings is just the best song ever. The other songs being not quite as good but still worth trawling through.

The Fall - Perverted by Language. He's not right that Mark E Smith. The music they make is intriguing though and this album was new to me and seemed influenced by Beefheart.

Emily Portman - Coracle. Gently does it. And it still held my attention too
garerama
garerama
591 posts

Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 3 March 2018
Mar 04, 2018, 21:09
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (mono) / Rubber Soul (mono) / Revolver / The Alternate Revolver / Tomorrow Never Knows (Andrew Liles 50m remix) / White Album (Mono & demos)

David Bowie - Earthling

Julian Cope - Saint Julian / Fear Loves This Place (2xEPs) / Wasted Fuzz Excessive (with Brain Donor) / Rite At Ya

Crisis - Holocaust Hymns

Dead Can Dance - S/t / Garden Of The Arcane Delights / Spleen & Ideal / Within The Realm Of The Dying Sun

Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited (mono)

Flaming Lips - Playing Hide & Seek With The Ghosts Of Dawn

Forest - S/t / Full Circle

The Incredible String Band - The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter / Be Glad The Song Has No Ending / Liquid Acrobat As Regards The Air

The Mama's & The Papa's - If You Can Believe Your Eyes & Ears / People Like Us

Bill Nelson's Red Noise - Sound-on-Sound

Nico - The Frozen Borderline: 1968-1970

Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Music From The Penguin Cafe / S/t

Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star

Wayne Shorter - Juju / Speak No Evil

Sonic Youth - Murray Street / Sonic Nurse / Rather Ripped / The Eternal / The Destroyed Room

Stereolab - Refried Electoplasm: Switched On Vol 2 / Serene Velocity

Stone Angel - Between The Water & The Sky

Teardrop Explodes - Kilimanjaro / Wilder

XTC - Homo Safari Series / Skylarking (Corrected Polarity) / Rag & Bone Buffet

Nonesuch Presents ... Treasures Of The Baroque
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