V/Vm - White Death.
A release based around the account of Valerian Albanov and his crew of sailors who aboard the Saint Anna were left trapped in pack ice. It's a tail of survival in the extremes.
Available for free download with the artist's express permission -
The Caretaker - Patience (After Sebald).
The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World.
Nurse With Wound/Stereolab -
adventures beyond the ultraworld. battersea dub lighting the third eye. cream teas and spliff. cucumber sandwiches and columns of smoke. proud to be british.
worried about the economic crisis? let's smoke a joint.
transit of venus across the morning skies. that'll be british sausage time to you and me.
thank you good doctor, thank you.
The Orb -
The Orb -
Not Fade Away
Lyrics By: Hardin/Petty
Music By: Hardin/Petty
I wanna tell you how it's gonna be, you're gonna give your love to me,
I wanna love you night and day, you know my love not fade away.
You know my love not fade away, not fade away!
My love is bigger than a Cadillac, I try to show you but you drive me back,
Your love for me has got to be real, your gonna know just how I feel.
Our love is real, not fade away, not fade away!
Played a few times by the Grateful Dead in their earliest years, and became a staple from the end of 1969 onwards.
kawai Max, kawaiiiiiiii
just passing through....
but that's lovely that you asked! thank you gratefaldean!
Are you back, or just passing through?
Scarlet/Fire ~ Broomfield, CO. 2/16/12
Damn y'all .... "Heart of Gold Band" indeed-E! I had a grateful time at these three shows ... Colorado rocks (literally ;-)! Thanks for the amazing hospitality everyone...
Billie Holiday "Jazz at the Philharmonic" 6/03/46
Gerry Mulligan "Pleyel Concert" 6/03/54
Grateful Dead Paramount Theatre 6/03/76 1st set (Hunter Seamons matrix - nice!)
Joe Henderson "Page One" 6/03/63 RVG
GD Paramount 2nd set
Maybe a '76er'll be comin' our way!
Since I've Been Loving You
There might be better versions available out there, but if you stream/download it from Archive as I have, there is a tape splice during the first UJB and the five individual tracks don't match up exactly right, which is a real drag when you're immersing yourself in the beauty of this jam, and how they morph the songs into one another. So I took the liberty of playing with them, taking out about 5 seconds of audio around the splice so that it passes by without notice, and matching up the tracks into one amazing roughly 40 minute or so mp3. Download here if you'd like:
Playing>UJB>Morning Dew>UJB>Playing November 17, 1973, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA