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    Np?

    Just curious. What song is playing right this second?

    NP: Interpol, "The New"
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    Np., Loudon Wainwright's "Glad To See You've Got Religion".... right this moment!!!

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    OMG - it's terrrible whatever it is. To keep the false gods of the recording industry happy I have to pump in music over a DBX system. 101 channels of complete and utter crap. Even if they do manage to play a decent song on occasion they play it to death. Imagine hearing Rock and Roll Highschool 10 times in one work day. Chemical Bros. Block Rockin' beats lose a lot of appeal the 7'th or 8'th time around. Somebody needs to tell the PTB at this company that the Arcade Fire has more than ONE SONG!

    Consider yourself lucky.

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    Originally Posted by Troy: She has that same kind of cleft-pallet, slightly retarded way of singing that so many other people find endearing.


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    When You Give Your Love To Me

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    Alan Morse - Four O'clock And Hysteria

    Great fusion style jazz/rock ala Dixie Dregs mixed in with some '80s-ish arena rock ala Derek Sherinian or Billy Sherwood. Not what I expected from this guy at all and I'm not a fan of instrumental rock albums at all. Some of it is territory already well covered by other guitarist, but its mostly a very entertaining listen. Some fellow Spock's Beard mates help out, including Neal, but don't expect anything in the way of prog.

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    Of course, it sounds better with stats

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    NP: Vampire Hands - "Opium Typhoon"

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    Ten Feet Tall - The Flaming Stars (off of Ginmill Perfume) Cool song, cool album.
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    Johnny Guitar Watson - Nothing left to be desired, from the album "a real mother"

    but guys, don't we already have a thread very similar to this one?
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    "The Eye You Lost in the Crusades" by Califone.

    No news to the regulars around here, but these guys are pretty special to me. And that last record was very special too. Easily one of my very favorites from last year. Chock full of weird but lovable goodness. Only downer about it was that they had 1000 copies of the vinyl with the hand silkscreened cover available before the CD hit, and I ordered early, but never got it. Guess I missed. But ordered it again recently now that it's more readily available. Just the standard printed cover, I'm sure, but a great recording on the CD even if a touch loud, and supposed to be very excellent on the heavy vinyl according to Mikey ...

    Oldsters will remember the grey Califone record player trotted out by teach during A/V augmented teaching lesson, so clearly these guys have vinyl on their minds, and when this album was first issued Fall of 2006, it came in a limited to 1000 vinyl edition with a gorgeous hand silkscreened cover by Gina Kelly at Weathermaker press in L.A. (I think in her kitchen, actually) that quickly sold out. Thatís correct: 1000 copies of the obsolete format snapped right up away.

    I guess bandleader Tim Rutili or Thrill Jockey convinced Ms. Kelly to silkscreen another 1000 because that cover also came with the second pressing and you wonít find it on the CD. I doubt youíll find the stunningly three-dimensional, dynamic sound on the CD either. Man, is this recording sensational!

    http://www.musicangle.com/album.php?id=539

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    Ha! Great song...and it just played here about an hour ago, while our resident dumbass was standing in my office and pontificating on some nonsense. I told him to shut his hole until the song was over.

    NP: "Goddess on the Highway" by Mercury Rev
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    first spin for this 'un:
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    Originally Posted by Troy: She has that same kind of cleft-pallet, slightly retarded way of singing that so many other people find endearing.


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    Just got Joe Henry's new Civilians a couple days ago, and really sinking in fast. Great record. Right now listening to the one he wrote with Loudon Wainwright III, "You Can't Fail Me Now". Beautiful song. Also appears on Wainwright's new Strange Weirdos, sung of course by LW there instead of JH, but recorded with JH and some of this great cast of musicians. Love that steel guitar. Nothing yet that totally knocks me out the way he's done to me in the past, thinking "Like She Was A Hammer", or "Richard Pryor Addresses A Tearful Nation", but very high quality work here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slosh
    first spin for this 'un: Shambling Heroin Babies
    kinks or clash? heroin free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey
    kinks or clash?
    Both!
    Quote Originally Posted by Davey
    heroin free?
    Where?

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    Originally Posted by Troy: She has that same kind of cleft-pallet, slightly retarded way of singing that so many other people find endearing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsticks



    Of course, it sounds better with stats
    Been a while since I heard that....wasn't that old dude the 'school master' from The Wall?

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    Jonathan Rice's great new song "Further North". RIYL Tom Petty, Neil Young,

    Really grooving on this new album.

    Cheers,

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    NP: Enchant's 2003 album, Tug Of War...its the best Kansas album in 25 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey
    "The Eye You Lost in the Crusades" by Califone.

    No news to the regulars around here, but these guys are pretty special to me. And that last record was very special too. Easily one of my very favorites from last year. Chock full of weird but lovable goodness. Only downer about it was that they had 1000 copies of the vinyl with the hand silkscreened cover available before the CD hit, and I ordered early, but never got it. Guess I missed. But ordered it again recently now that it's more readily available. Just the standard printed cover, I'm sure, but a great recording on the CD even if a touch loud, and supposed to be very excellent on the heavy vinyl according to Mikey ...
    Hah! I was wrong, got myself the silkscreened cover, and a cool looking bunny to boot! Who says the good guys always finish last?




    Obviously truncated to my scanner size. BTW, did I mention yet that the Magnolia Electric Co. pine box kicks ass? At least the two full band CDs that I've listened to a few times so far. Very cool package. Even comes with a heavy metal medallion. Whassup with that? Kinda reminds me of disco days

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    Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um

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