Time for a new venue for those real-time reports!
Association P.C. Track: Neuteboom Label: MPS Records Cat #: 21 21329-3
Masstishaddhu Track: Angels Gather Here Between Purity Of Heart & Hopeless Despair Label: Psychedelic Pig Cat #: PIG 01
Christoph Heemann Track: Über Den Umgang Mit Umgebung Und Andere Versuche Teil 3 Label: Robot Records Cat #: RR-20
Cow Palace Spirit of 76 Bonus Disc Three separate (and inspiring ) jams from three different nights: Music never stopped >Crazy Fingers 6/9/76 Let it Grow>Might as well 10/2/76 And a killer Playin'> Supplication > Playin' followed by Scarlett Begonias from 9/24/76 Well done boys! Also, just heard about Glenn Frey... very sad...
Design A Wave Track: III Label: Alien Jams Cat #: AJ002
Terron Track: No. 34 Dove [Part II] Label: Whities Cat #: WHYT003
Aatropa & Tephillin Track: Bells Jam Label: Meandyou Cat #: MEANDYOU02
Randomer Track: Kids Play Label: L.I.E.S. Cat #: LIES063
Donnie & Joe Emerson Track: Baby Label: Light In The Attic Cat #: LITA 082
Starcrost Track: Quicksand Label: Fable Records Cat #: F-301
Roy Ayers Ubiquity Track: The Third Eye Label: Polydor Cat #: PD-1-6070, 2391 227
Eddie Kendricks Track: My People...Hold On Label: Tamla Cat #: T315L, T 315L
Hanna Mekonnen Track: Ali New Biye Label: Eastern Connection Cat #: EC 001
Golden Teacher Meets Dennis Bovell Track: Like A Hawk (D.B Version) Label: Optimo Music Cat #: OM 026
Jah I Maz Track: Freedom Is A Must Label: City Line Records Cat #: DKR-127
Mabrak Track: Drum Talk Label: Jigsaw Cat #: JS 005
John Scofield Band - UberjamRatdog live series - Pittsburgh 11/07/03 Byham Theatre Charlie Hunter Trio-Friends Seen And Unseen Hot Tuna-Classic Electric
Insanlar Track: Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos Version 1) Label: Honest Jon's Cat #: HJP 76
While I'm certain that some assignation of blame is apportionable to our beloved RandallL, I suspect that as a Ph.D. in electronic music he'll be at least mildly appalled by my selection. Specifically, I have developed an acute proclivity for the work of Grimes. Worse yet, I prefer Art Angels to Visions, GP, and Halfaxa; as well, and this is truly the proverbial straw that compromised the dromedary's thoracolumbar integrity, I've been freebasing California off AA, which is - of course - the most commercially accessible track in her entire catalogue. The real concern, however, is that G is just a gateway drug; but, no worries, I've planned decisive action: a self-intervention comprising a cover-to-cover reading of the Taping Compendium, Volume One (primal stuff), while listening to the FW 69 box, with bonus disc, until dawn. This, and 200 "Hail Jerrys", is Bishop Bozo's Divine Diktat for Absolution (sounds like a Blues Brothers' movie)./p,k
I have not heard of them for a while. Nice to hear them again. Thanks for the reminder.
I like Grimes too...oblivion is an awesome track and video.
I've trouble identifying another artist in my collection with a track-for-track discography that rivals the Smiths for uniform excellence; perhaps the Doors or, now that I think about it, the ABB, even up to the '15 farewell stand at the Beacon, which is no mean (4+ decade) feat. Nonetheless, there aren't many, even my beloved Dead produced late-era stinkers and some of the Beatles early hey-baby-I-love-u-bubble-gum-pop could've driven Noriega into the streets. Road tripped a friend to the doctor today, which, here in the eastern mts., can mean quite a journey when you're talking about a specialist in The Big City. Made it through all but MiM from Marr's brilliantly remastered box set. Honestly, aside from Waters-Gilmour and McEnroe-His Temper, I'm pressed to think of a conflict that rivals Mozza-Marr for having torpedoed greater career potential. I love Mozza's voice, it's lushness borders on decadency and seems to wrap itself around even the hardest instrumental angles with a mellifluous grace that handles the bite of venomously sarcastic or darkly cynical lyrics like a velvet glove. Anyway, here's his scalding editorial of the recording industry (though it's not quite that simple), which, while less caustic than Rotten's "EMI", delivers the same blunt message with an inimitably playful tone and razor tongue that leave the target bleeding by a thousand small cuts rather than massive head trauma. A veritable case study of the Punk v. Post-Punk modus operandi(i)(s)(?)/p,k
It's my utmost pleasure to supply you some narcotic salvation (salivation?), Kate_C. ;)If it in any way should lead you to the transformative universe of Coil I shall die extremely happy. p.s. you would have to go some distance to appal me....
Thighpaulsandra Track: The Golden Communion Label: Editions Mego Cat #: EMEGO 207
Cher Track: Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) Label: Liberty Cat #: LIB 66160
Soft Cell Track: Tainted Love Label: Some Bizarre Cat #: BZS 2
Peaches Track: Shake Yer Dix Label: XL Recordings Cat #: XLCD 171
St. Etienne Track: Like A Motorway (Skin Up, You're Aleady Dead - Autechre Remix) Label: Heavenly Cat #: HVNLP16CDDEX
J Dilla Track: Won't Do (Instrumental) Label: BBE Cat #: BBE CD 077
8-3-69 Family Dog at the Great Highway Sectacular in every way!
Dead Fader Track: Fishsh (featuring Sensational) Label: Robot Elephant Records Cat #: RER012
Rustie Track: Jagz The Smack Label: Stuffrecords Cat #: STUFF 005
Salva Track: Wake Ups Label: Friends Of Friends Cat #: none
Addison Groove Track: Footcrab VIP Label: Swamp 81 Cat #: SWAMP005 VIP
Recent works from Brooklyn - a must listen!http://liveforlivemusic.com/news/full-audio-from-all-three-nights-of-jo…
All Through the Night
Swindle Track: Do The Jazz Label: Deep Medi Muzik Cat #: medi-58
Clark Track: Distant Father Torch Label: Warp Records Cat #: WAP272CD
Giant Steps Track: Giant Steps Label: Atlantic Cat #: SD1311CD
Basic House Track: I'm Not A Heaven Man Label: Opal Tapes Cat #: OPAL006
Broken Bone Track: Coercion Label: Aperture Cat #: ap007lp
Consumer Electronics Track: Co-opted Label: Dirter Promotions Cat #: DPROMDLP108
Steven Stapleton / Tony Wakeford Track: The Frightened City Label: Robot Records Cat #: RR-38
Dale Cornish Track: Ulex Pattern 7 Label: Entr'acte Cat #: E190
Fell On Black Days
ÄÄNIPÄÄ Track: Toward All Thresholds Label: Editions Mego Cat #: eMEGO 175
I Can't Get No Nookie LP: Masked Marauders Label: Diety Asin: B0015VKMPG Year: 1969
This is a very early Steve Miller recording with Boz Scaggs and some other Californian talent! That is the only hint I will reveal but this album was a head of it,s time as was Mr. Miller in 1968.If You can locate it , maybe in a library like I did ,just check it out, literally! I might be off on the title but I think I am damn close! Please enjoy with Your favorite beverage, herbal mixture or the like!