Various - Sub Berlin - The Story Of Tresor CD/DVD.
ahhh, those transcendent days of Berlin in the nineties. fantastic compilation that brings it all back like a warm enveloping rush to the head. those futuristic real-time experiments, staged in strobe-light; eyes gleaming, ripples of electricity into the night of total and utter madness.
nice to give those old 12"'s a deserved rest and spin a digital disc of classics from Infiniti, X-101, System 01, Pacou, ChrisLo, Scan 7, Monika Krause and more. Jeff Mills, Juan Atkins, Mike Banks and Robert Hood coursing through the dark, twinkling metropolis on a journey into the unknown.
meditative spaces, waves and textures and blossoming reverb. gothic breathing and warm saturation. cyclical bliss amidst the chilling depth.
micro blooms and ecstatic joy. cushioning spray on columns of flicker and pulse.
Carter Tutti Void - Transverse
live performance based on prepared studio work.
a throbbing whirl of kindly darkness.
Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Nik Void.
Live from A & R Studios, New York . 26 August 1971. Outstanding performance.
Issued on the Left Field Media label, who are releasing (in the UK) a stack of legally 'grey' FM broacast shows .
By the way, if anyone has the full video of the Allmans PBS TV Special from the Fillmore East on Sept 23 1970 please let me know. Most of the show is on Youtube/Wolfgang's Vault, but it is a crying shame it has never been cleaned up and given a full release.
hey Phishfooddude, you can get it in sparkling HD on the So Many Roads box set or you can download the entire show here - http://stash.nugs.net/attics/710218_mp3.asp?artist=1&show=59&cmd=shows
this is an official site by the way from Brad Serling, the SiriusXM host.
THE BEAUTIFUL JAM! does anyone know where I can get a copy of it? All I have is the archive stream!
Falling Off the Sky
Sounds like an old dB's record, which is not a bad thing. For some reason listening to this makes me miss REM...
Tuesday at work, almost no one else here. I'm wearing a Jerry t-shirt and jeans, am rocking out to my crappy laptop speakers. NOT my normal day on the job. Happy Independence Holiday, y'all.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHERBEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
can be streamed. This seems to be the GD's licensed outlet for taped performances. I just listened to a Dark Star from 8/67 that was way out there and the quality was amazing, even over my crappy computer speakers. I can just imagine how it'd sound over a good sound system. I'm just amazed at the plethora of richs out there for us deadheads at the moment...
Happy Birthday to Me!
It's still better to be there, no matter what!
So happy for it tho, happy, as is should b-
Rock On Furthur!
I love you, all, xo!
All week long. This morning:
Son Volt -- Voodoo Candle
Elton John -- Blues for My Baby and Me
Little Eva -- The Locomotion
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- Wrecking Ball (Live at Giants Stadium)
Jackson Browne -- Rock Me on the Water
James Gang -- Walk Away
John Lennon -- Power to the People
Willie Nelson -- On the Road Again
Lyle Lovett -- Up in Indiana (acoustic)
CSN&Y -- Change Partners (Bridge School)
Beatles -- Only a Northern Song
Randy Newman -- Mama Told Me Not to Come
Mr Badger, I'm going to give that Chris Robinson thing a shot on your recommendation. I've seen Chris solo acoustic and the Black Crowes a couple of times, never really clicked with me. This may be the one...
Happy Friday, folks!