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audra trower williams
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posted 03 March 2005 02:28 PM      Profile for audra trower williams   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Nellie McKay's dog song.

I LOVE IT.


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danrayd
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posted 03 March 2005 03:13 PM      Profile for danrayd     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Running with the assumption that this is an entension of the other music post....

Candle: Out of curiousity, did Frances the Mute come with a single with the title track? And also did they end up splitting Cassandra Gemini into multiple parts? I've heard that due to the way Ep's are classified, they weren't able to go with 5 tracks....And yeah it's quite the album, particularly Cygnus...


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chimo
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posted 03 March 2005 05:34 PM      Profile for chimo        Edit/Delete Post
besides my new dimmu borgir cds i'm listening to some leo brouwer, cuban guitarist & composer extraordinaire. he's a bit too 'new-agey' for me though
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Fanny, Fanny Hill. A fine work by an undeservedly forgotten band.
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Jumble
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Fanny, Fanny Hill. A fine work by an undeservedly forgotten band.

Is that the all-women rock group who did a great version of "Hey Bulldog"? I think that's the song that went "You can talk to me, if you're lonely, you can talk to me" and "What makes you think that you're so special when you smile?"

[ 03 March 2005: Message edited by: Jumble ]


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Jumble
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posted 03 March 2005 08:29 PM      Profile for Jumble     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
I see that it is. I found a link, and "Fanny Hill" is the album I still have somewhere in my basement.Fanny

Side One
Ain't That Peculiar (Robinson, Moore, Tarplin, Rogers)
Knock On My Door (Barclay)
Blind Alley (Barclay - de Buhr)
You've Got A Home (June Millington)
Wonderful Feeling (Jean Millington)
Borrowed Time (Barclay)
Side Two
Hey Bulldog (Lennon - McCartney)
Think About The Children (June Millington)
Rock Bottom Blues (Fanny)***
Sound And The Fury (June Millington)
The First Time (Barclay)

That is such a good album.


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posted 03 March 2005 08:34 PM      Profile for meades     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Winter Storm '98 by Cadallaca
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Agent 204
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posted 03 March 2005 08:34 PM      Profile for Agent 204   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
quote:
Originally posted by Jumble:

That is such a good album.

It is, isn't it? Unfortunately it's been out of print for decades.

Edited to add:

Apparently Rhino's Fanny box set is still available.

[ 03 March 2005: Message edited by: Mike Keenan ]


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kuri
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posted 03 March 2005 08:44 PM      Profile for kuri   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Just out of curiosity, does anyone here know how you find old obscure records and singles? (Besides scouring every used record store and garage sale possible.)

I ask because I want to find the 1966 song Crying In a Storm by Emy Jackson. The link I have only provides a 10 second clip. It was covered (in a really cool energetic version) by the J-Pop band Melon Kinenbi ( Namida no Taiyo, but I'd really love to get the original as well. After looking at amazon, etc. I'm lost for where to find these things...


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Agent 204
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posted 03 March 2005 08:52 PM      Profile for Agent 204   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Beyond Ebay, I don't know what to suggest. I got most of my vinyl in the manner you describe.
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kuri
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posted 03 March 2005 09:06 PM      Profile for kuri   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Thanks, Mike. I actually suspected it would be something that would take some serious scouting. But I also partly hoped for an easy answer!
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posted 03 March 2005 10:11 PM      Profile for Scott Piatkowski   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Various artists, Borrowed Tunes: A Tribute to Neil Young (an awesome two disc set, also sold separately as Out of the Blue and Into the Black).
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somersol
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posted 03 March 2005 10:19 PM      Profile for somersol   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Sarah Slean is my hidden chocolate. My girlfriend finds her to be too plush and theatrical. I love her for these same reasons. So - when the house is empty - an aural infidelity..
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DJ Shadow, Endtroducing...

That Twin Peaks snippet at the very end of the album always creeps me right out.


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Papal Bull
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posted 04 March 2005 12:27 AM      Profile for Papal Bull   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Rammstein - Mein Teil

I just picked up their new album. It is most acceptable and groovy. It is REALLY strong for them. I also picked up some Daft Punk.


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Coyote
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Aimee Mann

This Is How It Goes

This is how it goes
You'll get angry at yourself
And think you can think of somethinge else
And I'll hear the clanging of the bells
Cause I can't stop you baby

Cause I don't have the bribery in place
No bright shiny surface to my face
So I won't go near the marketplace
With what I'm selling lately
Cause this is how it goes

Cause it's all about drugs, it's all about shame
And whatever they want
Don't tell them your name

This is how it goes
One more failure to connect
With so many how could I object
And you, what on earth did you expect
Well I can't tell you baby
When this is how it goes

Cause it's all about drugs, it's all about shame
And whatever they want, don't tell them your name

So I try to hold on
While you try to let go
You won't tell me it's gone
But baby I'll know
Baby I'll know
Baby I'll know
Baby I'll know


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Gir Draxon
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posted 04 March 2005 02:19 AM      Profile for Gir Draxon     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
quote:
Originally posted by Papal_Bull:
Rammstein - Mein Teil

I just picked up their new album. It is most acceptable and groovy. It is REALLY strong for them. I also picked up some Daft Punk.


Papal, seriously, we should be running our own radio station

Right now I'm listening to something a little bit lighter than usual... Green Day's Boulevard of Broken Dreams.


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posted 04 March 2005 02:48 AM      Profile for ShyViolet     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Sarah Mclachlan: Afterglow

'twas in the mood for something kinda sad..meh


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Amy
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All day I'd been listening to Tinariwen's Radio Tisdas Sessions, but now it's Apocalyptica- Inquisition Symphony. Yay! Once I'm done the work that I'm currently uh, procrastinating (from?) I will stick on Opeth.
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candle
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quote:
Originally posted by danrayd:
Running with the assumption that this is an entension of the other music post....

Candle: Out of curiousity, did Frances the Mute come with a single with the title track? And also did they end up splitting Cassandra Gemini into multiple parts? I've heard that due to the way Ep's are classified, they weren't able to go with 5 tracks....And yeah it's quite the album, particularly Cygnus...


No it didn't come with a single. I'm on the TMV mailing list and they have indiated a single of Frances the Mute will be released in the U.K. initially but eventually will find its way to North America (They are suggesting people not pay crazy money for imports) The lyrics and names of the various movements for Frances the Mute composition are printed on the inside CD case (below where the CD goes).

Cassandra Gemini will play straight through as track 5 (i.e. it will show as track 5 the whole time) but you can go up to track 10 (i.e. start it in various spots).


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The Patsy Cline Story on CD; brought it when I visited her home town of Winchester, Virginia, a few years ago (beautiful small city, by the way, would consider moving there if it wasn't so bloody hot in the summer).
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Sharon
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But Boom Boom, where you live now is so bloody cold in the winter! I'll take the heat any time. (I love Patsy Cline also and listen to her often.)
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meades
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Paul Simon's "Late in the Evening"
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Boom Boom
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Originally posted by Sharon:
But Boom Boom, where you live now is so bloody cold in the winter! I'll take the heat any time. (I love Patsy Cline also and listen to her often.)

Yes, but I dress for it. What can you do when the temp reaches 112F and the humidity is at its peak? Really, I was in Winchester for two weeks, almost died from the daytime heat. Not so bad in the evening, unlike Phoenix (Arizona) where I also stayed for a week - bloody hot 24 hours a day.


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quote:
Originally posted by Sharon:
(I love Patsy Cline also and listen to her often.)[/QB]

I love her. I wish I had a filmscript or video of her performing. You should visit Winchester - there's a store devoted to her on the main street. Winchester has a gigantic Apple festival every year, including I think what is the longest parade of fire trucks in North America. The population doubles or triples for the Apple Blossom Festival. Incredible, really.


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Sharon
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Thanks for that recommendation, Boom Boom. We have an Apple Blossom festival in Nova Scotia too -- in the Annapolis Valley -- but we don't have Patsy Cline.
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Boom Boom
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quote:
Originally posted by Sharon:
Thanks for that recommendation, Boom Boom. We have an Apple Blossom festival in Nova Scotia too -- in the Annapolis Valley -- but we don't have Patsy Cline.

I'd love to visit, because Winchester VA is so far away. I should have added that their Fire Truck Parade is mostly vintage fire engines, very spectacular. What kind of things happen at the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival? (I really, really love apples!).


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Diamond Head-play it loud
GammaRay-Blast from the past
Jethro Tull-Stand UP
Golden Earring-30 Years Golden(my compliation)
CBC radio 1
WASP-Last Command
KISS-Creatures of The Night

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Sharon
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What kind of things happen at the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival?

Check it out, Boom Boom. Come to Nova Scotia!


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The Jam because of a discussion on another thread. ThreePenny Opera with Lotte Lenya (even though I don't understand German) because someone mentioned Brecht at a reading last night. And The Pretenders because Chrissie Hynde rocks.
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Listened to the Pretenders' debut album first thing this morning.

Right now: ELO, "Turn to Stone". Ahhh, those 70's memories.


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posted 04 March 2005 11:46 PM      Profile for Boom Boom     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Nice website, Sharon! Thanks. Will think about going, but it's a difficult time frame for me.
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posted 05 March 2005 12:43 PM      Profile for Papal Bull   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Crystal Method - Tweekend.

Some of the best 7 bucks I've ever spent.


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Pimji
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posted 05 March 2005 01:25 PM      Profile for Pimji   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Iron Maiden, all the early years, skipping the mid to late 90's. Great band. Still going strong. Last two albums are wicked.
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Ry Cooder, "Boomer's Story"
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Jesse Dignity
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posted 15 March 2005 10:33 PM      Profile for Jesse Dignity   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Busdriver - Unemployed Black Astronaut
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kingblake
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Lots of great stuff in this thread so far.

I'm listening to the Fiona Apple album with the obnoxiously long title. Last album I listened to was Finley Quaye's Maverick a Strike.


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quote:
Originally posted by kingblake:
I'm listening to the Fiona Apple album with the obnoxiously long title.

If you haven't already, you should take a listen to the Fiona Apple album with the obnoxiously delayed release. Extraordinary Machine. Damn good.

---

now listening to: Kinnie Starr's Praise


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posted 16 March 2005 11:29 PM      Profile for Boom Boom     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman

Just can't get enough.


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posted 17 March 2005 12:59 AM      Profile for Papal Bull   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Salmonblaster...their S/T. Apparently the band is a little Canuck outfit. From where, I don't know. But they are pretty damned groovy. They sound like a decent melding of grunge ala Nirvana and some punk like the Ramones with a good side of 80s pop.
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M.O.D.- The Hate Tank
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quote:
Originally posted by Gir Draxon:
M.O.D.- The Hate Tank

Gir, quite the awesome band for mosh pit material, I must say.

I'm currently listening to The Revolting Cock's album Big Sexy Land. Man. Revolting Cocks kick ass. I'm just hoping to get Pig's album where they do a bunch of stuff with Shonen Knife!


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All day I'd been listening to Tinariwen's Radio Tisdas Sessions

yep, they're great live too (saw them the other week, on a tour with rachid taha and daara j).

- the new york dolls, "new york dolls"
- andrew hill, "black fire"
- architecture in helsinki, "fingers crossed"


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quote:
Originally posted by Jesse Dignity:

now listening to: Kinnie Starr's Praise


Goddam that's a good song. Ever seen her live?


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quote:
Originally posted by catje:
Goddam that's a good song. Ever seen her live?

At least twice she's been to my city (at least) since I've known who she was (three or four years now), and at least twice I've managed to miss seeing her even though I knew she was coming way in advance.

Dammit!


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quote:
Originally posted by Jesse Dignity:

At least twice she's been to my city (at least) since I've known who she was (three or four years now), and at least twice I've managed to miss seeing her even though I knew she was coming way in advance.

Dammit!


Ah well, welcome to the club. We're a bit spoiled for Kinnie and Ndidi Cascade over here in Vic, although Veda Hille still doesn't come often enough for my taste.

To be honest, I don't think Kinnie's been putting out that super-intense raw stage energy that she built her reputation on as much in the past few years. She's still a great musician, but the earlier you saw her, the better.


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quote:
Originally posted by catje:
Ah well, welcome to the club. We're a bit spoiled for Kinnie and Ndidi Cascade over here in Vic, although Veda Hille still doesn't come often enough for my taste.

To be honest, I don't think Kinnie's been putting out that super-intense raw stage energy that she built her reputation on as much in the past few years. She's still a great musician, but the earlier you saw her, the better.


Well... I'll try and see her... earlier... than now... if I can, then. ^_^

On Tuesday I'm going to go check her cousin out, Lily Frost. I haven't heard her but the press is good. She also sings in at least three languages.

...this is off topic from what I'm listening to right now...

...okay I had to press play but I'm listening to Grimey Inks The Moment by Canadian hip hop legend Sixtoo


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B.B. King: How Blue Can You Get? Live Performances 1964 - 1994. Track: "The Thrill Is Gone".
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Shonen Knife - Daydream Believer

Someone actually made the Monkees sound good


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The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs (near the end of disc 1, 2 discs to go! )

A stupifying achievement in songwriting.


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pixies- wave of mutilation .
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"The Vinyl Café"
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also got tom waits-real gone, doors- soft parade and u2 alternating on random mix , interesting mix.
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Blues by Basie
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I am currently enjoying the new album "Rain Inside" from a Finnish band called FLANNELMOUTH. They are pretty kool and I read in the Province that they are something to watch out for. Pretty low key is right now though. They're Britpop if you like that kind of music like dun'no, The Dears or if you go back in time, say Pulp. In any case, "Here Comes the Fight" is tops.

Here is the URL if you wanna check them out: www.flannelmouth.com

I am also into Swervedriver and Hot Hot Heat. In terms of what I am listening to right now:

Here Comes the Fight (Flannelmouth)
Don't Waste Your Breath (Pilate)
I Wanna be your Man (Rolling Stones)
Dead Hand (The High Dials)
The Hand that Feeds (Nine Inch Nails)

There are too many to list. My top 5


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My internal voice berating me for not starting this paper earlier...and for posting this when I should be writing.

On a lighter note, I have recently discovered The Organ, a totally 80stastic all female ban from Vancouver. Fans of the Smiths and Joy Division take note.


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In the last two days I've listened to the album "Folklore" by Sixteen Horsepower about sixteen times (not counting, but hey, whatever.)
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Stuff I've just heard for the first time:

- Franz Ferdinand. Danceable beats and melodramatic lyrics never go out of style, thank god.

- Rubber Soul by the Beatles. Anyone heard of these guys? They're not bad. Come to think of it, some of the songs sound familiar.

- Good News for People who Love Bad News, by Modest Mouse. Nyeh, it's all right, but I have to stop buying albums based on critics' end-of-the-year top-ten lists, 'cause they all sound the same.

- Whatever, by Aimee Mann. Everyone knew in 1993 that energetic, folk-tinged, straight-ahead pop music with intelligent lyrics was dead. Guess Aimee Mann didn't read the memo. Neither did Sheryl Crow or Sam Phillips, for that matter. Hey, I ain't gonna tell 'em, are you?

Recent repeat listens:

- Tonight's the Night, by Neil Young and Crazy Horse (1975). Neil and the band sound really tight on this one. Could be all the rehearsals. Could be all the bourbon. The tunes raise from blistering to blustering to broken-down to beautiful.

- Robyn Sings. Bizarre British folk-pop-rocker Robyn Hitchcock in concert playing the songs that inspired him to start making music: the songs of Bob Dylan, mainly those from '65-'67. Sounds like the audience(s) had a lot of fun.


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Swirrly: I was listening to the Organ today, too!

Now: Mary Lou Lord, Used Cars


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Finntroll- Rivfader
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Finntroll is a rad group Gir! If the black-folk-norsk-pagan metal branches weren't so saturated with racism, I'd be able to suggest you a LOT of bands. But Jaktens Tid is a totally sweet album. Have you checked out Windir or any other of those sorts of bands?

Mitch Hedberg - Smackie the Frog


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"The World at Five" newscast...
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Still spinning "Here Comes the Fight" - Flannelmouth
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The Bonnie Raitt Collection on cassette. Track: Angel From Montgomery.
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quote:
Originally posted by Coyote:
Aimee Mann

This Is How It Goes


Which of her albums is that from? I just got her '93 one (Whatever, $5.93 used - why are my favourite albums all insanely cheap to buy?), after reading Nick Hornby raving about her music, and now I need more. I know she did the Magnolia soundtrack and I've seen a more recent one called Lost in Space.

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That one's from Lost in Space, her best IMHO. I wasn't crazy about her earlier stuff, but she's definitely gotten better and better. I bought and liked Bachelor no.2, but in hindsight it seems that LiS is the album she'd been working up to, and all the others fall short.

Her husband, Michael Penn, is pretty good too.


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Originally posted by kingblake:
That one's from Lost in Space, her best IMHO. I wasn't crazy about her earlier stuff, but she's definitely gotten better and better.

Her husband, Michael Penn, is pretty good too.


She's married? Awwww... Well, I should at least try to be polite. How would you describe her husband's music?

I liked Whatever, but then I'm a sucker for treacly-sweet catchy pop hooks, and based on past experience I'll be sick of the album by the end of the week. It's started already with the song "50 Years After the Fair". Never have the title as the opening lyric of a song.

Anyway, sounds like I've got something to look forward to!


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My personal favorites currently are GORDON LIGHTFOOT -THE BEST OF The guy is amazing, and a freind of mine made me a mix with some Johnny Cash, Simon & Garfunkel, Clapton, The Guess Who, and a bunch of other stuff that is too embarassing to mention, but all of it I want to learn how to play on my guitar.
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Jim and Jenny and the Pinetops- One More In The Cabin. I'd never have heard of them, had they not opened for Neko Case in Winnipeg a couple of years back.
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Originally posted by artfuldodger:
My personal favorites currently are GORDON LIGHTFOOT -THE BEST OF The guy is amazing, and a freind of mine made me a mix with some Johnny Cash, Simon & Garfunkel, Clapton, The Guess Who, and a bunch of other stuff that is too embarassing to mention, but all of it I want to learn how to play on my guitar.
No such thing as music that's too embarrassing to mention! Besides, now I really want to know what. If it's sharing space with the artists you mention, it can't be that bad.

Abba? Rick Astley? Lionel Richie? Boney M? Dead Or Alive? Grand Funk? James Taylor? The Monkees? Bowie circa Tin Machine? It's almost more fun to imagine.

Now I'm gonna borrow my dad's copy of the best of Gordon Lightfoot.

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Originally posted by obscurantist:
No such thing as music that's too embarrassing to mention! Besides, now I really want to know what. If it's sharing space with the artists you mention, it can't be that bad.

Abba? Rick Astley? Lionel Richie? Boney M? Dead Or Alive? Grand Funk? James Taylor? The Monkees? Bowie circa Tin Machine? It's almost more fun to imagine.

Now I'm gonna borrow my dad's copy of the best of Gordon Lightfoot.

[ 26 March 2005: Message edited by: obscurantist ]



LMAO, Well, its not THAT embarassing, but if you are having fun imagining, I will leave you to it. Kuddos on the borrowing Gordon Lightfoot, the guy totally deserved the Royal Order of Canada that they gave him.

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Metric

IOU

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Yaaay, Gordon Lightfoot! I thought it highly appropriate that when he was sick, a while back, half the country seemed to hold its collective breath waiting to hear the outcome. Gordon Lightfoot ROCKS... er... if you know what I mean. I actually met him once a few years ago, and he's one of those "famous people" who is actually just a "regular guy" and a really nice guy, too.

As for *my* music right now, I'm goin' kinda "old school" tonight. I just finished listening to a homemade mix I titled "Van, Man! Blues, Rock, Soul, Funkin' Jazzzzz" and am currently listening to a CD burned with Robbie Robertson's Storyville and Robbie Robertson albums. Gawwwwwd, I *luuvvvvv* Night Parade and Somewhere Down the Crazy River... heck, I just love Robbie!


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Captian Tractor- Lord of the Dance

(Yes, the popular Christian song/hymn, but at about 4x the tempo than you church-goers are probably used to )


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Seven One Eight, from Fannypack's new album.
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I'd be listening to whoever does the music in the ALS Society's PSA's if I knew who:

www.als.ca


Wow.


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"50 Essential Canadian Tracks" on CBC 1. Three (Three Gordon Lightfoot tunes in the top 25, apparently!) Luvvvin' it!
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I promise not to give away the ending.

In fact, I was being good and waiting until 6:00 Pacific to start a thread on the subject (that's when the list will be posted here).


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Kompressor - Vitamins are good.

Wow, who would've thought that minerals, vitamins and other chemicals were so important...And rock and roll!


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The Arrogant Worms- I am Cow
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That one's awesome.

I am cow, hear me moo. I am twice as big as you.


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And you look good on a barbeque.

Man, if I had some weed, I'd be enjoying this a lot more.
A bootleg of Darkstar by Grateful Dead.


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Originally posted by Papal_Bull:
Man, if I had some weed, I'd be enjoying this a lot more.

Poor PB.... I wish my Star Trek™ teleportation device was workin'... I'd send ya some. Hell, I'd come smoke some WITH ya!


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quote:
Originally posted by Hephaestion:
"50 Essential Canadian Tracks" on CBC 1. Three (Three Gordon Lightfoot tunes in the top 25, apparently!) Luvvvin' it!


K, That has to be Edmund Fitz, Canadian Railway Anthem, and either Sundown, or Happiness Highway????


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quote:
Originally posted by Papal_Bull:
Finntroll is a rad group Gir! If the black-folk-norsk-pagan metal branches weren't so saturated with racism, I'd be able to suggest you a LOT of bands. But Jaktens Tid is a totally sweet album. Have you checked out Windir or any other of those sorts of bands?

Mitch Hedberg - Smackie the Frog


My boyfriend saw this thread and recommends Negura Bunget. He says: Experimental black metal that's actually from Transylvania. You can't beat that for authenticity.


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MIA & Diplo - Piracy Funds Terrorism (mixtape)
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Various Artists - 20 Years of Resistance to Genocide in East Timor (DROG, 1995)
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quote:
Originally posted by artfuldodger:
K, That has to be Edmund Fitz, Canadian Railway Anthem, and either Sundown, or Happiness Highway????

Early Morning Rain (10), Canadian Railroad Trilogy (6) and Sundown (25).


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I was in an HMV the other day and almost bought a copy of Jaktens Tid.

But $30.99? You've gotta be kidding me.


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Rolling Stones - Between the Buttons. This one ('67) and Aftermath ('66) are probably my favourite Stones albums: more versatile and energetic than their blues beginnings or their blues redux of the last few decades, while not as completely whacked out as Their Satanic Majesties Present. "And for those of you who are out tonight, if you're riding a bike - remember: wear white!"

Snow Patrol - Final Straw. Uneasy mix of whiny Nickelback, overwrought-poppy Coldplay, and downer punks Treble Charger, but with a better sense of musical history than most current bands. Here's an echo of Springsteen, there's an echo of Pink Floyd.

Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights. How the heck did I miss these guys back in '02? Shades of Talking Heads, Joy Division, and Interpol's fellow NYC'er contemporaries the Strokes, among others. Yet somehow different, as if they've managed to pull pop conventions inside out. Only quibble: did they really need to entitle one of their songs "Stella was a diver and she was always down"?

Camper Van Beethoven - I & II. Bouzouki-wielding country thumbing its nose at early Reagan-era America.

Elvis Costello - My Aim is True. Until I started playing Costello's debut album for the first time today, I never thought of him as a verbose British version of Springsteen, but the Boss' influence (which Costello quickly outgrew) is evident at least on the first few tracks.

[edited to add: My musical choices are so mainstream, I'm trying to figure out why I called myself "obscurantist" in the first place.]

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Stereo Total - L'Amour à 3
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Peter Gabriel - UP!
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quote:
Originally posted by Amy:

My boyfriend saw this thread and recommends Negura Bunget. He says: Experimental black metal that's actually from Transylvania. You can't beat that for authenticity.


Negura is pretty groovy. Anaal Nathrak is pretty awesome. That is, unless you have sensitive ears. But I'm all about the Skyforger. Latvia kicks balls.

12 Girl Bands - Swan Lake


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Nightwish- Nemo
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That little fish can sing too?
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quote:
Originally posted by Grant R.:
That little fish can sing too?

NO! It has NOTHING to do with that bloody clownfish.

Nemo is Latin for nobody.


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Young Americans - Danny Michel (bowie cover)
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GIR DRAXON IS WROOOOONG!

The PROPER meaning of Nemo is "no name".

Grateful Dead (bootleg) - Uncle John's Band


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I'm embarassed. 'I want to know what love is' by Foreigner. I am on an Eighties internet channel and am enjoying corny sentimentality. Oh, now its the Cars. Unfortunately I can't call in for Spandau Ballet. Omigod! its 'Open Arms' by Journey, someone once dedicated this to me on the radio!
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E Nomine's Die Prophezeiung. I wish I had a translation, my German seems to catch some of it but not enough. At least it has some Latin in it.
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By the way, Papal_Bull is surely wrong and Gir Draxon is right on the matter of nemo.
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I hear voices.


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Originally posted by Mandos:
By the way, Papal_Bull is surely wrong and Gir Draxon is right on the matter of nemo.

This debate has raged for ages at my high school. I side with the most masterful of all Latin teachers. Do you dare challenge He Who Has Memorized Most of the Aenid?

edit: Just kidding, I was being a jerk to the Gir. Plus...You dare not challenge Jack Whyte's historical inaccuracies

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Sorry, you do not have the greatest Latin teacher. I had him, but he taught me Greek, not Latin (did Latin myself, enough to get by at least).

However, no less than the Lewis and Short agrees with me wholeheartedly. You can't gainsay the Lewis and Short. It's got *evidence*.


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So, the long and the short of it- not that little fish, but the turtle dude. Do I have it right now?

By the way I'm listening to genius loves company by the great Ray Charles.

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I haven't had the *time* to get close to mastering Latin, and have been working (poorly) with German in my spare time. And Cantonese. Yeesh, that was an exercise in futility.

NP: Day of the Dead theme


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Everything I know about Latin I learned from Dickens

quote:
The illustrations were an essential part of the original edition, helping to interpret and complement the atmosphere of the text. Forty plates were included in all, two per issue. Hablot Knight Browne was responsible for all of them, as well as the emblematical front cover. Browne first collaborated with Dickens in 1836 on his anti-Sabbatarian pamphlet 'Sunday under three heads' and then provided the illustrations for the Pickwick Papers following the suicide of the well known artist Robert Young. He went on to become Dickens' main illustrator. To begin, he used the pseudonym N.E.M.O. (Latin for 'nobody') but later changed this to 'Phiz' (i.e. a depicter of physiognomies). The mysterious law writer in Bleak House may well have been called 'Nemo' by Dickens as a joke between them in reference to the early pseudonym.

Right...the thread by Jove:

The Cascades - "Rhythm of the Rain"

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Well, 13 and a half minutes of Iron Maiden is calming my sould

I must say, Rime of the Ancient Mariner is pure rock. If I were to die tomorrow, I'd want Maiden played at my funeral.


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You'd opt for Iron Maiden? All the boys loved IM when I was a teen. Never much got into them but I can appreciate the music.

I'm listening to my iPOD so in no particular order - Kyuss, Baby Woodrose, Tindersticks and some April Wine.


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quote:
Originally posted by stargazer:
and some April Wine.

Cue the cowbells


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Elastica's self-titled debut.
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I'm playing a mix of Laibach and Klaus Nomi at his most operatic (not his pop stuff) on my iPod, although with Shonen Knife in town tonight, I'm about to switch to my pop-punk mix.
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Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show- Best of
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Team America World Police Soundtrack

AMERICA! FUCK YEAH!

Come to save the mother fucking day!

America! Fuck yeah!

Freedom is the only way!

America! Fuck Yeah!

Lick my butt and suck on my nuts!


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Josh Ritter - Hello Starling.

Much more mellow than Team America ("Montage" is my fave off the soundtrack though - its just perfect, I can picture every 80s montage ever when I hear it. Specifically, I usually think of the workout montage from Flashdance).

Again, back to Josh Ritter. How fricking beautiful are these man's lyrics?

all the other girls here are stars — you are the Northern Lights
they try to shine in through your curtains — you’re too close and too bright
they try and they try but everything that they do
is the ghost of a trace of a pale imitation of you

From Kathleen.

Samples of his music, on his website.


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Holy crap! I just picked up the new Iron & Wine EP (Woman King) and I think this has my vote for the top release of 2005 so far. Folk, alt-country, and bluegrass with a delicious indie filling. Best thing about it is the strong feminist (or at least pro-female) current that runs throughout the length of the disc. The title track is my favorite Iron & Wine song as of right now.
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Sounds pretty cool!
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quote:
Originally posted by artfuldodger:
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show- Best of

On purpose?


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quote:
Originally posted by Jesse Dignity:
MIA & Diplo - Piracy Funds Terrorism (mixtape)

Nice. MIA is touring with LCD Soundsystem and will be coming through Vancouver. I can't wait; if this show doesn't get the Terminal City grumps dancing, then it'll mark the moment I officially lose faith in humankind. In other words, time to move to Langley and stump for Mary Polak.

I've been listening to the Reindeer Section's 'Son Of Evil Reindeer' a lot of late. It's a bit twee in parts, but is redeemed completely with the arrival of Arab Strap's bearlike misanthrope Aidan Moffat. Now that's a band you can take home to meet your mother...


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quote:
Originally posted by Mandos:
Gir Draxon is right

/saved

SoaD- Cigaro


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quote:
Originally posted by Jared:
MIA is touring with LCD Soundsystem and will be coming through Vancouver. I can't wait; if this show doesn't get the Terminal City grumps dancing, then it'll mark the moment I officially lose faith in humankind. In other words, time to move to Langley and stump for Mary Polak.

I also just picked up her LP, Arular.

even BETTER!


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Byrds - Younger than Yesterday (1967). Having now heard their first four albums, I can see why so many people rave about the Byrds.

Robyn Hitchcock - A Star for Bram (2000).

Paul Simon - Still Crazy After All These Years (1975). An old comfy sweater of an album.


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Ah, memories, Obscurantist. I grew up in the 1960's listening to Dylan, Donovan, the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and the Young Rascals, as well as all the bigger names such as the Beatles, the Stones, and the Beach Boys. And folkies such as Simon and Garfunkel, my list is over a hundred names long. The early Byrds were indeed just great, and a bit later the Hollies as well - before disco came along.
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The Red Elvises - Best of Compilation

An unofficial compilation of this Russian surfer rock band. It is pretty cool. It's like an amalgamation of everything great about music. Plus their website totally has 3 live recordings with some pretty good tunes. They've got some pretty happening tracks that I really, really, really like.


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The day was so nice and sunny and lovely. I drove home with Captain Beefheart Safe As Milk absolutely pounding in my car. Helped me feel a bit younger, but now my ears hurt.

Time for a bit of early Baroque now I think.


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Sure 'nuff 'n yes i do!
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quote:
Originally posted by Boom Boom:
Ah, memories, Obscurantist. I grew up in the 1960's listening to Dylan, Donovan, the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and the Young Rascals, as well as all the bigger names such as the Beatles, the Stones, and the Beach Boys. And folkies such as Simon and Garfunkel, my list is over a hundred names long. The early Byrds were indeed just great, and a bit later the Hollies as well - before disco came along.
I like 'em all too (albeit completely out of context given when I was born), as well as the Kinks, the Who, and the Troggs among others.

A great place to hear most of these bands, along with punk bands and newer groups that could loosely be termed "garage" music, is a show called Little Steven's Underground Garage. The E Street Band guitarist basically spins whatever tunes he wants to. No Simon and Garfunkel yet, but I keep hoping. If it's not on one of the rock stations where you live, you can access archived shows on the web site.


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That's right, The Mascara Snake, fast and bulbous. Also a tin teardrop.

(Just trying to live up to my name)


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archy
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so obscurantist
can you tell the trout mask
replica from the real thing
question mark

me ive never seen a squid
eating dough

[ 08 April 2005: Message edited by: archy ]


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The Clientele - Suburban Light
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quote:
Originally posted by mayakovsky:
The Jam because of a discussion on another thread. ThreePenny Opera with Lotte Lenya (even though I don't understand German) because someone mentioned Brecht at a reading last night. And The Pretenders because Chrissie Hynde rocks.

I love The Jam!


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quote:
Originally posted by archy:
so obscurantist
can you tell the trout mask
replica from the real thing
question mark

me ive never seen a squid
eating dough

[ 08 April 2005: Message edited by: archy ]


Hah! I knew that'd bring 'em out of the woodwork.

I've never seen a squid eating dough either, but I have seen a cockroach not only typing but also editing what he's typed....


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Arlo Guthrie...i don't want a pickle.
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how about a motorsikle
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Martha and the Vandellas - "Dancin' In The Street" from the flick "Standing In The Shadows of Motown".
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Darxtar - This Alien Nation (Space Mix)

Really cool psychedelic electro rock from Sweden

Darxtar


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Lots of KMFDM

"Rabble Rouser" by MDFMK would make a good rabble.ca anthem


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Lots of KMFDM

"Rabble Rouser" by MDFMK would make a good rabble.ca anthem


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archy
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quote:
Originally posted by obscurantist:
Hah! I knew that'd bring 'em out of the woodwork.

I've never seen a squid eating dough either, but I have seen a cockroach not only typing but also editing what he's typed....


woodwork eh question mark
well a roach has to live somewhere

i have to confess this computer
thing is easier on the old head bone
so i can actually edit once in a while
but i dont think i ll change my style
otherwise

the boss likes some outfit called
magazine who sing quote
a song from under the floorboards unquote
not so funny if its your life
i tell him


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quote:
Originally posted by Psychwarlord:
Lots of KMFDM

"Rabble Rouser" by MDFMK would make a good rabble.ca anthem


Quoted for the obviousness of the necessity of this post and the rock and roll of KMFDM.


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Creedence Clearwater Revival's version of 'Heard it Through the Grapevine'.

There was once a time when rock 'n roll was fun. It's not 11 minutes long because a focus group said so; it's 11 minutes long because they had so much fun playing it that they didn't want to stop.

[ 10 April 2005: Message edited by: Oliver Cromwell ]


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quote:
Originally posted by Psychwarlord:
Lots of KMFDM

"Rabble Rouser" by MDFMK would make a good rabble.ca anthem


Where would be a good place to start if I want to get a KMFDM album? Early, recent, mid-period? Any 2 or 3 particular albums without which one's life is an "artistic failure" (to paraphrase Little Steven about Dylan's Blonde on Blonde)?

I know they've been around for about 20 years or so, and I mainly know their stuff from around 1990-93 ("Godlike", "Sucks", "Sex on the Flag") from when a short-lived quality radio station was on the air in Vancouver BC. Ah, Coast 800. Someday....


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The CD "Dusty In Memphis". A classic album from 1969. Track: "The windmills of your mind".
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Awsome CD Boom Boom. I have the deluxe edition, but the bloody thing is scratched.

I just listened to Get Happy!


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There's a Deluxe Edition??? Wonder what sets it apart from the regular edition. Is there a nude centerfold of Dusty included? Seriously, I've always loved her.
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I wish! The deluxe version has a bunch of extra tracks. The sound may also have been improved (notwithstanding the scratches).
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My 'Dusty In Memphis' CD doesn't have "Get Happy!". But it does have "Son Of A Preacher Man". And the closer - "What Do You Do When Love Dies".

[ 12 April 2005: Message edited by: Boom Boom ]


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Sorry, I meant that I just listened to the album "Get Happy!" by Elvis Costello.

Funny, because the 2nd track you mention is listed as a "Bonus Track" on mine! Not much of a bonus if it's on the original! Great song though. My favorite from the album is Willie & Laura Mae Jones.

The track listing from the bonus disk is here. Are any of her other albums nearly as good?

I also love Ann Peebles.


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My CD has:
1. Just a Little Lovin'
2. So Much Love
3. Son of a Preacher Man
4. I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore
5. Don't Forget About Me
6. Breakfast in Bed
7. Just One Smile
8. Windmills of Your Mind
9. In the Land of Make Believe
10. No Easy Way Down
11. I Can't Make It Alone
12. Willie & Laura Mae Jones
13. That Old Sweet Roll (Hi-De-Ho)
14. What Do You Do When Love Dies

I saw the bonus CD edition on the web - wish I had it, but it's still available.


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quote:
Originally posted by kingblake:
Are any of her other albums nearly as good?

I've heard three LP's by Dusty - I like them all, but then I grew up listening to her. Saw her live on TV a few times, on Ed Sullivan, etc...


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54/40 - Dear Dear ('92), containing the song "She La", which blends compelling lyrics about a woman turning the tables on her abusive partner with a damn good tune.

The Kinks - The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society ('68). "We are the Office Block Persecution Affinity...."


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Radio France Internationale's music streams. Its become my background music when on the computer.

They have a wonderfully eclectic mix of North American pop, French and euro pop, African and Latin American music.

Radio France Internationale


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I'm gonna close this and start another!
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