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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Clark View Post
    Dood, I'm just stunned somebody, anybody actually listened, let alone enjoyed a comp with music I like : )

    ...

    I've still got binder after binder of Rave Rec comps. And yes, I still listen to them too.

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    Just goes to show there's no accounting for people's tastes. heh heh.

    If you or anyone feel that it's easier to mail me a disk, I don't mind handling the upload. It's totally worth the effort to get my hands on good tunes. PM me and I'll work out arrangements.
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    Yeah, glad to hear someone has enjoyed some of the stuff. And Jim, I still from time to time will dig out You Can't Surf in Kansas. I also really got a lot of mileage from maf's songs of 1979, although I must admit I have gone mostly iPod and vinyl nowadays and therefore have lost track of a lot of good comps.

    Funny thing is just had to travel in a rental and dug out some CDs for the ride and started missing them.

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    sumpop


    Brian Vander Ark--Fit To Be Tied
    Hot Hot Heat--This Town
    The Police--Contact
    The Jesus and Mary Chain--She
    Palodine--Sweet Mouth, Black Heart
    Magnolia Electric Company--Hammer Down
    Nick Drake--River Man
    Homenagem a Zeca Afonso--Comme S'Il en Pleuvait
    The Notwist--Pick Up The Phone
    Caribou--Subotnick
    The Dreamers--Piccadilly Night Bus
    Camera Obscura--You Told A Lie
    Yo La Tengo--Barnaby, Hardly Working
    Joy Division--Love Will Tear Us Apart
    New Order--Thieves Like Us (Instrumental)
    Lullabye Arkestra--Ass Worship
    The Fever--Waiting For The Centipede
    The Sea and Cake--Lamont's Lament
    Bo Ramsey--Where The Sun Never Goes Down
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    Davey's Holiday Mixer 2007

    Cool, thanks Bobstick's! I'll be giving sumpop a listen this week.

    Iím posting a bit faster than Iím keeping up on listening. Thus, my comments are going to start getting shorter. Maybe thatís a good thing. As Bobstickís mentioned in prior post, this is another nice comp from Davey.

    01 Blanche - I'm Sure of It
    02 Andrew Bird - Imitosis
    03 Spoon - My Little Japanese Cigarette Case
    04 The National - Slow Show
    05 Josh Ritter - The Temptation of Adam
    06 Joe Henry - You Can't Fail Me Now
    07 Feist - The Park
    08 Shearwater - Hail, Mary
    09 Dot Allison - Thief of Me
    10 Blonde Redhead - Publisher
    11 Caribou - Irene
    12 Augie March - Clockwork
    13 Electrelane - After the Call
    14 P.J. Harvey - White Chalk
    15 Magnolia Electric Co. - What Comes After the Blues
    16 Richmond Fountaine - El Tiradito
    17 Electrelane - The Lighthouse
    18 Caribou - Sandy
    19 Josh Ritter - Right Moves

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    Noddin's Sleep Is For the Weak (2006)

    Not all comps can be winners. So, I figure I should start reducing expectations. I made this one for myself several years ago when writing grants on deadlines. I wanted something that could keep me awake while burning the midnight oil and provide focus but not distract me too much. Usually I turn to something like Mingus. This time I started building a playlist and it morphed into a comp. Around the same time (c. 2006) I think there was a teeny tiny uptick in jazz interest on the boards and I posted this as non-traditional jazz. This compost works for me but YMMV.

    01 The Lounge Lizards - Voice Of Chunk
    02 Stanton Moore - Things Fall Apart
    03 Medeski, Martin & Wood - Partido Alto
    04 Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra - Moon Dance
    05 Liquid Soul - Intro
    06 Liquid Soul - Threadin' The Needle
    07 Freddie Hubbard - Red Clay
    08 Bill Frisell - Alias
    09 Liquid Soul - Salt Peanuts/Chocolate Covered Nut
    10 Galactic - What You Need [w-Lyrics Born] - lossless
    11 Bullfrog - Alright: Music for More Morning People
    12 Screaming Headless Torso - Word To Herb
    13 Jacqui Naylor - Black Coffee

    Highlights for me on this might be the Lounge Lizards (I'm a fan) and also Bil Frisell. I picked up the Bil Frisell album based on an AR recommendation and would re-recommend it.

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    p.s. and, hey, would it kill any of you to slide me a greenie for this effort! just sayin'...
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    Testing....check, check...testing...

    ...is anyone out there?


    Is anyone experiencing any technical difficulties with either dropbox or megauploads?
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    ditto, noddin. I was a little hesitant to get in on the comp exchanges because I knew I would not be very diligent in reciprocating. I received my first RR comp from Jim Clark in Dec 2004. It really got me up to speed on new music (sparked lots of purchases including Modest Mouse, Yo La Tengo, Snow Patrol, Eleventh Dream Day et al.) and I've tried to keep up ever since. Interestingly, my son made off with the JC comp for a while. He eventually returned it, I think. I'll try to find it.

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    Heh. Nice try, bobs. I got sumpop easily enough and have given it 3-4 listens. My muffler dropped off my car Wednesday so I spend many hours in Panera Thursday working and waiting with sumpop on repeat. It's not easy to work Contact into a comp, interesting pick. I rather enjoyed flashing back to the 80's/90's and then forward. I think I enjoyed the center of the mix most, roughly tracks 6-11 and the last 3 as well. Thanks!

    Hope you find it dean! I'm curious.
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    Noddin's Not Unpleasant Noises with Occasional Clapping

    Hereís a fresh comp that Iíve been obsessing myself with and am calling finished as of today. I feel I owe an explanation to whoever downloads it... I keep a playlist where I drop odd songs that cling to me. I never actually listen to this song bucket; it just holds stuff. Now and then, when I get obsessed, Iíll pull out some tracks and attempt to thread them to some poorly defined theme playing in my head (emphasis on my head). I donít worry too much about being current or original per se. Lately, Iíve been listening to a bunch of stuff with loops and samples and noises. After about 20+ listens, I think I have a compilation that flows pretty well (flow being rather subjective here). This might go down better with headphones and maybe a good drink to prime the mind...or unplug it (my recommendation is Hendricks gin stirred over ice and strained, slice of cucumber optional).

    Anyway, give it a listen and see if it floats your boat or, if you prefer, let it wash up on the shores of some digital landfill. Let me know.

    01 The Books - All Our Base Are Belong to Them
    02 Tunng - The Wind Up Bird
    03 Land of the Loops - Multi-Family Garage Sale
    04 The Karminsky Experience Inc. - Exploration
    05 When - Puff Pipe
    06 Pink Floyd - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    07 The Heliocentrics - Distant Star
    08 Orbital - Sad But True
    09 The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds
    10 Fujiya & Miyagi - Collarbone
    11 The Alps - Crossing the Sands
    12 When - As Speak You Are
    13 The Beta Band - Broken Up Adingdong
    14 Tunng - People Folk
    15 The Books - The Lemon of Pink I

    The Alps album, Le Voyage is pretty good for ambient wordless noodling, the track above is far more driving than the rest of the album. Land of Loops will show up in another noddin comp Iíll put up, I feel bad about reusing it. The Books, Iíve gone on about in the spinning thread.

    Apple Lossless (m4a) part 1, part 2

    (forgot to convert before uploading, I'll try to get flac up in a bit)

    FLAC part 1, part 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by noddin0ff View Post
    As Bobstickís mentioned in prior post, this is another nice comp from Davey.

    01 Blanche - I'm Sure of It
    ... blah blah blah
    19 Josh Ritter - Right Moves
    Not sure that one warrants much notoriety, but thanks for the mention and more info here.
    Last edited by Davey; 06-02-2011 at 01:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noddin0ff View Post
    03 Land of the Loops - Multi-Family Garage Sale
    I used to put that one on all my mixtapes! Thanks for this thread. I've actually never uploaded a comp. - maybe this'll encourage me to try...I just got a new sweet headphone amp - Woo Audio 6SE - so I'll be doing lots of sitting and listening in coming weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyhambone View Post
    I used to put that one on all my mixtapes! Thanks for this thread. I've actually never uploaded a comp. - maybe this'll encourage me to try...I just got a new sweet headphone amp - Woo Audio 6SE - so I'll be doing lots of sitting and listening in coming weeks.
    Congrats on the new gear.
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    It's been forever since I've made a new comp, but figured I'd go for it. Was kinda fun and was listening in the car earlier. This one is mp3, so sorry for that if you're wanting FLAC. Most of it I have FLAC, but not all and some is vinyl and tape that I grabbed mp3s to use instead and all...besides this is an online board so I was hoping it would be OK. This one's a bit all over the place, but it is all from 2011 and revives the "Half Gone" moniker...which I think I am stealing from Davey? Sorry 'bout that. Anyway, here's the track list and link:

    One Way Ticket to the Moon - Roy Ellis
    Shari Vari - The Dirtbombs
    Tinsel & Glitter - Fujiya and Miyagi
    The World (Is Going Up in Flames) - Charles Bradley
    Go Outside - Cults
    Calyer - Beach Fossils
    Already in Love - Exene Cervenka
    Let U Down - Those Darlins
    Bad Boy - Hunx and his Punx
    German Reggae - Teenage Panzerkorps
    Diablo! - Davilla666
    No Romance - Mind Spiders
    Post Break-Up Sex - The Vaccines
    You Gotta Lose - Obits
    Heart is a Beating Drum - The Kills
    Love Me Like You Used To Do - Skybombers
    Cannibal Courtship - Dengue Fever
    Forget That You're Young - The Raveonettes
    Openings - Zomes
    Limit to Your Love - James Blake
    Creep On Creepin In - Timber Timbre
    Portland - Middle Brother


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    Right on. I thought I was the only Fujiya & Miyagi fan here. Nice.

    Gracias, doin' the dl and I look forward to hearing it.
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    Finch Platteís 2007 2-Disk compilation

    Let it never be said that Finch skimps on tracks in his compilations. If any of you have received a past Finch comp in the mail, youíll understand a bit of the charm behind these. Extensive hand typed printouts of tracks listings and lots of freebies usually come with. Of the comps Iíve received from Finch, this is the one I like most. Thereís several of tracks I like, starting right with the first two. Emphasis generally on guitar, prog, and fusion. Iíll confess that my leanings donít tend toward prog and fusion, although AR has converted me over to Porcupine Tree, and on this list I enjoy the Ozric Tantacles track.


    01 Neal Schon/Beth Hart - I wanna know you
    02 David Bowie - Dead Man Walking (acoustic from the Conan O'Brian show)
    03 Incubus - Drive (acoustic)
    04 Dave Weckl Band - Crossing Paths (live)
    05 Ozric Tentacles - unknown track
    06 Gino Vannelli - Brother to Brother
    07 Steve Winwood - Night Train
    08 Fishbone - Alcoholic *hic*
    09 Oysterhead - Rubberneck Lions
    10 Unknown - radio spot
    11 Bill Conners - Crunchy Cuts Up
    12 Sirenia - My Mind's Eye
    13 Evanescence - Call Me When You're Sober (piss off, beeyatch!)
    14 Dawn Over Zero - Take You Under
    15 Gary Hoey - Money
    16 Artis the Spoonman - Plantin'
    17 Class of '99 - Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. II
    18 Larry Carlton - Sapphire Blues
    19 Larry Carlton - A Pair of Kings
    20 Robben Ford - Talk to Your Daughter
    21 Unknown - radio spot (Bartle's & Jame Brown)
    22 Bob Log III - Boob Scotch
    23 Dada - Dim (live)
    24 The Who - Love Ain't for Keeping (live)
    25 Adam Sandler - Ode to My Car (bleeped version
    26 Abraxas Pool - unknown
    27 Gov't Mule - Mule
    28 Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Black Planet
    29 Pete Townsend - Give Blood
    30 Subdivision (tribute band) - 2112
    31 Tower of Power - What is Hip

    Iíve got several from Finch. However, I havenít gone back to hand enter in the Artist/Track metadata for many. Itís a bit rough for 4 CD sets. Iíll put up what Iíve annotated. Iíve got a Band of Babyshambles comp that I really enjoy, e.g. (although Iím still working out what the tracks areÖ)

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    I gotta give some props...not many people manage a comp with both Gino Vannelli and Bob Log III.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    It's been forever since I've made a new comp, but figured I'd go for it. Was kinda fun and was listening in the car earlier.

    ...

    Listening to this again to start another Monday. As always, I'm impressed how easily you can pull up scores of great current tracks from so many groups and genres. I don't think I could listen to that much music, even if I tried to, in order to come up with your 'short' lists.

    Today, I'm digging the the tracks by Dengue Fever (tingles of fatalic sleeze), The Kills (not sure why I like this one, maybe the crunchy buzz), Middle Brother (sounds solid and honest), Zomes (just for the drone), & Exene Cervenka (I missed out on X entirely. This sounds nice--although on the fence about the horns)
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    Quote Originally Posted by noddin0ff View Post
    Listening to this again to start another Monday. As always, I'm impressed how easily you can pull up scores of great current tracks from so many groups and genres. I don't think I could listen to that much music, even if I tried to, in order to come up with your 'short' lists.

    Today, I'm digging the the tracks by Dengue Fever (tingles of fatalic sleeze), The Kills (not sure why I like this one, maybe the crunchy buzz), Middle Brother (sounds solid and honest), Zomes (just for the drone), & Exene Cervenka (I missed out on X entirely. This sounds nice--although on the fence about the horns)
    Yeah, I've been enjoying this too. Thanks nobody.
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    Glad you guys are enjoying it. A couple notes, the rest of that Exene is pretty-much horn free. Also, kinda surprised you mentioned the Zomes. That was one I threw on there because I like it, but nothing I really expected to hear anyone else mention positively. Glad to see I'm not the only one.

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    I've been listening to that James Blake (self-titled) album too and am still on the fence (but slowly getting off of it). I really like the atmospheres, textures and wobbly uncertainty of the sound. He casts an impressive spell for a debut. But, I've never been of fan of /*begin inability to name a genre*/ that smooth bedroomy R&B ballad kind of sound /*end*/. The third track The Wilhelm Scream is the clearest example of what I'm thinking of. Although, to be fair, I think that track is really a very good one, that more than makes up for my aversions. I never listen to the radio anymore so I don't know if he's getting any airplay. If it were me, I'd pick Wilhelm as the one to push on the air.

    I suspect this album will only grow on me.
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    Slosh's Faux Punk (2007)

    Today Iíll compost two more from Slosh. Both are from 2007 and both got many listens from me.

    Faux Punk is one of my favorites from AR. I had several tracks from this one stuck in my head for weeks. I probably wouldíve liked the McLusky track for the Song:Album titles alone but the song rocks as well. I picked up that album. I got hooked on the Cat Power track and have since picked up her great back catalog. Iím of the long held opinion that Add it Up my be one of, if not the best song of the 80ís, and should rank very high for rock in general. Stephen Malkmus, Auto Lux, Les Savy SavÖgreat tracks. Lots to like.

    01 Sparklehorse - Pig: Good Morning, Spider
    02 Grandaddy - 50%: Just Like The Fambly Cat
    03 Frodus - Red Bull Of Jaurez: And We Washed Our Weapons In The Sea
    04 Enon - Old Dominion: High Society
    05 McLusky - Without MSG I Am Nothing: The Difference Between Me And You Is That I'm Not On Fire
    06 Les Savy Fav - The Sweat Descends: Inches
    07 Bloc Party - Helicopter: Silent Alarm
    08 Autolux - Blanket: Future Perfect
    09 The Dismemberment Plan - What Do You Want Me To Say?: Emergency & I
    10 Chisel - Red Haired Mary: 8 AM All Day
    11 Beck - Minus: Odelay
    12 Cat Power - He War: You Are Free
    13 Pinback - AFK: Summer In Abaddon
    14 Kid Dakota - Ivan: The West Is The Future
    15 Rogue Wave - Love's Lost Guarantee: Descended Like Vultures
    16 The Wrens - Hopeless: The Meadowlands
    17 The Clash - Hateful: London Calling
    18 Stephen Malkmus - I've Hardly Been: Face The Truth
    19 Violent Femmes - Add It Up: Violent Femmes
    20 Super Furry Animals - Sidewalk Serfer Girl: Rings Around The World
    21 Tapes 'n Tapes - Insistor: The Loon
    22 The White Stripes - Fell In Love With A Girl: White Blood Cells
    23 Sublime - Same In The End: Sublime
    24 Spoon - Quincy Punk Episode: A Series Of Sneaks

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    Slosh's 3/4 (2007)

    Slosh put out 2007 compilations in stages. There was an End of Summer Comp, a 3/4 Comp, and a Year End Overflow comp. I donít seem to have a Best of 2007. Iím wondering if I missed it? I know Iíve had problems working with wma lossless files, perhaps I wasnít able to convert it at the time.

    Anyway, this nearly year ender is good. Small Bones Small Bodies is just flat out catchy. Methamphetamine is lovely, Brace Yourself, etc. etc. Got turned on to Josh Ritter, started paying attention many of the bands Sun Volt, Spoon, Wilco.

    01 Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm
    02 Future Of The Left - Small Bones Small Bodies
    03 Babyshambles - Delivery
    04 Les Savy Fav - Brace Yourself
    05 Super Furry Animals - Baby Ate My Eightball
    06 Earlimart - Everybody Knows Everybody
    07 Josh Ritter - Open Doors
    08 Pinback - Good To Sea
    09 Spoon - Finer Feelings
    10 Rob Crow - Taste
    11 Gruff Rhys - Gyrru Gyrru Gyrru
    12 Arcade Fire - (Antichrist Television Blues)
    13 Ted Leo And The Pharmacists - The Unwanted Things
    14 Modest Mouse - Missed The Boat
    15 Blitzen Trapper - Wild Mountain Nation
    16 Okkervil River - Unless It Kicks
    17 Richmond Fountaine - Moving Back Home
    18 Son Volt - Methamphetamine
    19 The Good, The Bad, & The Queen - Behind The Sun
    20 Wilco - Hate It Here

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    Just wanna mention if you like the electronic textures of that James Blake but are not so into the vocals and such, check out Mount Kimbie. They have done some remix work with Blake and their albums have a lot of similar electronic textures, but without those falsetto vocals and the rest.


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    Here;s an oldy but a goodie...Sounds Good! 2008 a compilation of audiofreak-quality recordings chosen by a variety of audiofreaks local to these parts of the interwebs...

    Sounds Good! 2008

    One Old Woman---Nina Nastasia
    The Parade---John VanderSlice
    Talk To Me Devil, Again---Magnolia Electric Co.
    Dinosaur Act---Low
    El Picador---Calexico
    Mexican God---Robyn Hitchcock
    Rock 'N' Roll Lifestyle---Cake
    Thursday---Morphine
    The Richest Man In Babylon---Thievery Corporation
    Paint---Galactic
    Future Proof---Massive Attack
    Slave Called Shriver---Porcupine Tree
    C'mon---Guster
    Goner w/Souvenir---Richard Buckner
    Who Am I To Say---Justin Townes Earle
    One Voice---The Wailin' Jennys
    Right Now---Mark Knopfler/Emmylou Harris
    St. Augustine (A Belly Full Of Swans)---Califone
    Wolves (Song Of The Shepherd's Dog)---Iron & Wine
    You Can Never Go Home---House Of Freaks
    So, I broke into the palace
    With a sponge and a rusty spanner
    She said : "Eh, I know you, and you cannot sing"
    I said : "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"

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    That one may actually get me to burn and actual CD. I've pretty well drifted off CDs and just gone all analog at home and MP3s for the road...but that looks like something that may just merit a download and burn to dick and some volume.

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