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mingtp
mingtp
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Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 04:25
Albums

Roky Erickson - Evil One Plus One
The Movements - Grain of Oats
The Movements - The World, The Flesh and the Devil
The Movements - For Sardines, Space is No Problem
VA - Shindig covermount CD from last year
Row of Ashes - Demo (friends' female-fronted Metal band)
Reunion 69 - Dreamchild (friend's reformed 60s band)
Breakage - Foundation
Dag for Dag - Boo (sublime, beautiful and *highly* recommended)
Chrome Hoof - Pre-Emptive False Rapture
Sam Spence - Sam Spence Sounds
Laura Marling - I Speak Because I Can
Horrific Child (JP Massiera) - L'Etrange Monsieur Whinster
VA - Looking Towards The Sky: Progressive, Psychedelic & Folk Rock from the Ember Vaults
VA - Maximum Prog: 16 Rare Gems from the Golden Age of British Progressive Rock
VA - The Psychedelic Salvage Company Volumes 1 & 2
VA - Lovers From The Sky: Pop Psych Sounds from the Apple Era 1968-1971
VA - Addicted to Bass 2010
VA - Shifting Sands: 20 Treasures from the Heyday of Underground Folk
Gabor Szabo - Bacchanal & 1969
Eddie Vedder - Into The Wild
Cathedral - The Guessing Game
Kiss - The Elder
+ LOTS OF BBC 6MUSIC


Tracks

Tribazik - Molten
Nine Circles - Twinkling Stars
Various different tunes by different artists all called "Save 6Music"
The Dirty Disco - Sista
Crank - Fuck Off
The Guild - Do You Wanna Date My Avatar?


Quotes

"My beard can tell a thouand stories. My mouth, however, just says, 'fuck you, stop staring at my beard.' Weirdo."
http://www.sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/
The Sea Cat
The Sea Cat
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Edited Apr 04, 2010, 10:32
Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 10:27
Blimey Ming, even more baffling for me than your usual lists. ;-)
The only ones I've even heard of are Rocky and Kiss! Anyway..

Colosseum: For Those About To Die...
Traffic: John Barleycorn
Talking Heads: Fear Of Music
Julian Cope: 20 Mothers
Groundhogs: Best Of
Alice Coltrane: Ptah The El Daoud/ Transcendednce
Stooges: Raw Power
Soft Machine: 3
Kinks: Village Green
King Crimson: ConstruKtion Of Light
13th Floor Elevators: Easter Everywhere
Mighty Baby: Jug Of Love
Mellow Candle: Mellow Candle
Neil Young: Weld
Leadbelly: Anthology
Robert Wyatt: Shleep
Big Brother & Holding Co: Cheap Thrills
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland/First Rays../Blues
Robot Emperor
Robot Emperor
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Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 11:19
Eels - Electro Shock Blues

Erland & The Carnival - s/t. (a bit overated this)

Dave and Toni Arthur - Hearken to the Witches Rune. BBC didn't listen to this before giving her the Playschool job.

German Oak - s/t.

Gore - Gore, Hart Gore, Lifelong Deadline. Still hit the spot.

JPT Scare Band - Sleeping Sickness. I no like. Not riffy enough.

Ladytron - Witching Hour. Poptastic.

Sundial - Return Journey, Live Drug.

Thin White Rope - Exploring the Axis, In The Spanish Cave. The archetype of underated bands. How the hell did this lot not take off. Ace.
The Sea Cat
The Sea Cat
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Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 11:40
Robot Emperor wrote:

Dave and Toni Arthur - Hearken to the Witches Rune. BBC didn't listen to this before giving her the Playschool job.



Where on earth did you get that! I've been after it for years.
Wonderful.
Fitter Stoke
Fitter Stoke
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Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 12:32
This week's spins:

Discharge 'Why'
Deep Purple 'Machine Head'
Ian Gillan 'Gillan's Inn'
Al Stewart 'Zero She Flies'
Traffic 'Heaven Is In Your Mind' (superb new Sundazed 180g vinyl of U.S. version of first album) and 'Welcome To The Canteen'
Van Morrison 'Veedon Fleece'
Various 'Strange Pleasures - Further Sounds Of The Decca Underground'
The Wedding Present 'Bizarro'
Julian Cope 'Saint Julian'
The Chieftains 'I', 'II' and 'V'
Boult's last recording of 'The Planets' (utterly terrifying) and Dorati's Minneapolis SO 'Rite Of Spring' (ditto)

Have a good week, all

Dave
Sin Agog
Sin Agog
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Edited Apr 04, 2010, 16:20
Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 12:53
King Loser - You Cannot Kill What Does Not Live. Glorious lo-fi fuzzed out surf rock from New Zealand. Like a cross between Cycle-delic sounds and Sonic Youth.

Fireworks - Set the World on Fire. More Dionysian noise from the garage.

Auktyon - Girls Sing. Jazzy Russian art rock. But not jazzy as in goes nowhere, more in the breadth of instrumentation.

Shuggie Otis - Inspiration Information. Still one of my favourite albums. If Brian Eno were a soul musician, I'd imagine his music would sound something like this.

Kousokoya - 1st. Slightly lower key, less metal version of High Rise. Still noisy as all get-out. Recommended for any fans of that band.

Marmoset - Record in Red. Very catchy, 2-minute post-punky vignettes.

Black Devil - Disco Club. Out of time French space-disco.

Les Rallizes Denudes - Cradle Saloon '78. After '77 Live and Mizutani, it's the next record to scout down.

Magical Power Mako - Hapmoniym. I guess most psychedelic artists must have hours of tapes with indulgent little experiments on them. Unlike them, Mako's 5-CD collection of outtakes and unreleased experiments is arguably his best work. Knowing how to play a kazillion instruments also gives these "songs" a huge amount of variety.

Robin Williamson - Songs of Love & Parting. I think I prefer this to most proper ISB albums (most of which I also love).

That Petrol Emotion - Manic Pop Thrill. It's the totally addictive guitar sound on this that keeps on bringing me back.

Gilberto Gil - S/T 1969. Definitely his best album and a must for fuzz guitar fanatics.

Also:

Dalek - Absence/Dalek & Faust - Derbe Respect, Alder

Julie Driscoll - 1969

Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - Strangers of the Universe

Archaia - S/T

Bondage Fruit - Bondage Fruit 1

Adolescents - S/T

Shiina Ringo - Karuki Zamen Kuri no Hana

Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady

Circle - Pori/Taantamus/Meronia

Karuna Khyal - S/T

The Homosexuals - Astral Glamour

Lubos Fiser - Valerie & Her Week of Wonders

MGMT - Congratulations
The Sea Cat
The Sea Cat
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Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 13:28
Veedon Fleece - sublime album. I think that it's the natural companion to Astral Weeks. Include Common One and you've got a wonderful trio that fit together perfectly. My favourite Van albums, and that's saying something.

Those version of The Planets and Rite Of Spring you mention. I love those pieces and would be very inteterested in sourcing them Any info would be great.
Stevo
Stevo
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Edited Apr 04, 2010, 13:47
Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 13:42
Robot Emperor wrote:


Dave and Toni Arthur - Hearken to the Witches Rune. BBC didn't listen to this before giving her the Playschool job.


think she was my first crush ever. Still haven't heard this music though. Thought I'd seen it described as pretty straight trad, is it really dark then?

Robot Emperor wrote:

Gore - Gore, Hart Gore, Lifelong Deadline. Still hit the spot.

an '87 live set turned up on Dime this week. Haven't played it yet. There was also a Head of David which was pretty decent.


Robot Emperor wrote:

Thin White Rope - Exploring the Axis, In The Spanish Cave. The archetype of underated bands. How the hell did this lot not take off. Ace.


love the band, one of the greatest guitar duet ensembles ever I think Television meets country meets Sabbath? Loved finding out what the lyrics actually were after transcribing them wrong. Some of it's too obscure to get straight off but there's a site out there with lyrics on. (or not since the site I linked to on a message a while back now seems dead, shame)
Kyser went onto the Mummydogs then retired for several years, did he go into science? Think he came back with a new project over the last couple of years.
Some of the others became Acme Rocket Quartet, who were largely instrumental.
Just listening to the Walkabouts and hit a point that really reminds me of TWR as I'm typing this. Slow tautened groove sounds like a muscle being flexed the wrong way or something.
Stevo
eyeshakingking
eyeshakingking
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Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 13:51
Sin Agog wrote:



Kousokoya - 1st.
Black Devil - Disco Club.
Les Rallizes Denudes - Cradle Saloon '78
Gilberto Gil - S/T 1969.
Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
Circle - Pori/Taantamus/Meronia
Karuna Khyal - S/T


All fantastic!

This week (had the week off school, so made it through a lot):

Oneohtrix Point Never - Rifts 2xcd
Emeralds - s/t cd on hanson
The Shadow Ring - Life Review 2xcd
Natural Snow Buildings - Centauri Agent 2xlp/free download jobbie
Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me 3xcd
Miles Davis - Miles Smiles / Filles De Kilimanjaro
Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil
Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage
Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall
Richard Youngs - Sapphie
Can - Ogam Ogat
Charanjit Singh - Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat
Thelonious Monk - Brilliant Corners
Charles Minugs - Blues & Roots
Lula Cortes e Ze Ramalho - Paebiru
VA - Can You Dig It? Music of Black Action Films (Soul Jazz)
Sun Ra - Languidity
Big Blood - Big Blood & the Bleedin' Hearts
Dave Bixby - Ode to Quetzalcoatl
Dave Holland - Conference of the Birds
Galaxie 500 - On Fire
Forest Swords - Dagger Paths
Kim Doo Soo - Ten Days Butterfly
Sonny Sharrock - Ask The Ages
Yellow Swans - Going Places
Seefeel - Succour
1001realapes
1001realapes
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Edited Apr 06, 2010, 03:54
Re: Soundtracks Of Our Lives w/e 4th April 2010 CE
Apr 04, 2010, 14:41
Acid Mothers Temple : In 0 to Infinity
(They were amazing last night ! ! ! )

Acid Mothers Temple : Dark Side Of The Black Moon

The Supremes : Meet The Supremes

Ennio Morricone : Macchie Solari

Tim Buckley : Blue Afternoon

Jethro Tull : Songs From The Wood

The Doors : The Doors

Stelvio Cipriani : Mark Il Poliziotto

Jimi Hendrix : Valleys Of Neptune

V.A. : The Complete Motown Singles Volume 2

V.A. : The Complete Motown Singles Volume 6

Tangerine Dream : Exit

XTC : Apple Venus
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