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    Rocket Surgeon Swish's Avatar
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    What is spinning?

    I guess I'm just tired of going thru 5 pages of the "other" thread to see what was posted last, so I'm all about starting a new one. Anyone with me?

    Right now I'm listening to Movies With Heroes - Nothing Here is Perfect (shameless plug for my son-in-law's band).

    Swish
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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    Yeah, I am with you.
    Enjoying this Saturday early evening:

    "Tom Verlaine - Flash Light".

    Peace

    Bernd
    "Let The Earth Bear Witness."

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    old(ish) metal(ish) playlist

    Enema - Tool
    Zombie Eaters - Faith No More
    Mountain Song - Jane's Addiction
    Bury Me - Smashing Pumpkins
    Away - Toadies
    Jesus Christ Pose - Soundgarden
    Sickman - Alice In Chains
    Regular People (Conceit) - Pantera
    Broken Peace - Prong
    Honey Bucket - Melvins
    Lifter - Deftones
    Propaganda - Sepultura
    Workhorse - Mastodon
    Harvester Of Sorror - Metallica
    Welcome To Planet Motherfucker/Psychoholic Slag - White Zombie
    Just One Fix - Ministry
    Without A Face - Rage Against The Machine

    RAWK!!!

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    very clever with maracas Davey's Avatar
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    Cool that they're actually making music you like. As happens pretty frequently as of late, Califone's previous incarnation of Red Red Meat is spinning here. Bunny Gets Paid is the CD. Snowbunny's favorite cover. This song's called "Gauze", and I don't always know what that Rutili guy is talking about in his oblique and fragmented lyrics, I guess some blood and crying and a kiss in this case, but it seems to make perfect sense anyway ...

    mink eyed, marble eyed
    in the gauze, in the weeds
    by the drain, red on pale
    there's a nail by the vent
    sweet for your heel in the gauze
    marble eyed, waiting there
    kiss your mouth to shut you up


    http://www.pastrysharp.com/site/mp3s/rrmGauze.mp3




    Just a very cool and hypnotic wall of fuzzed out guitars, with some bluesy vibrato and sliding acoustic and lots of colorful effects. I was reading something awhile back about them originally wanting to use the Hungarian medicine poster below for the cover, but couldn't get copyright clearance or something

    Last edited by Davey; 04-01-2006 at 09:46 AM. Reason: Added link for stupid mp3

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    very clever with maracas Davey's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernd
    Yeah, I am with you.
    Enjoying this Saturday early evening:

    "Tom Verlaine - Flash Light".

    Peace

    Bernd
    Man, I love Verlaine. Did you see where he has two albums coming out this month? One is an instrumental album like the great Warm and Cool, and the other has vocals. Almost like the early 90s when he released Warm and Cool at the same time as the Television reunion album.
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    around
    by Tom Verlaine

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    thrill 174 2006

    ALBUM RELEASE DATE OF APRIL 25, 2006

    around continues where Warm and Cool left off, using many of the same musicians. Billy Ficca's mostly-improvised drumming shares the spotlight with Verlaine's guitar, whose varied tones move effortlessly from melody to rhythm and are at once panoramic, pastoral and atmospheric. The influence of Verlaine's love of jazz saxophone is manifested in sustained single-note melodies and his expert finesse is rousing.

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    All-day Barry Manilow marathon here.
    ----Never Off Topic, Never Rude-----

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    Why don't you just click on the little down-arrow button to the immediate left of the name of the thread? Should take you straight to the point where you left off.
    Eschew fascism.
    Truth Will Out.
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    you guys are crackheads.
    I remain,
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    Please don't try to be helpful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Chalk
    Why don't you just click on the little down-arrow button to the immediate left of the name of the thread? Should take you straight to the point where you left off.
    I was goofing on our friend Bernd since he's had like 2000 hits and over 200 responses to his simple "What is Spinning" thread. Hence the smily face after my text.

    Swish - April Fool on yer ass.
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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    If you can't run-walk. Bernd's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey
    Man, I love Verlaine. Did you see where he has two albums coming out this month? One is an instrumental album like the great Warm and Cool, and the other has vocals. Almost like the early 90s when he released Warm and Cool at the same time as the Television reunion album.
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    around
    by Tom Verlaine

    Thrill Jockey
    thrill 174 • 2006

    ALBUM RELEASE DATE OF APRIL 25, 2006

    around continues where Warm and Cool left off, using many of the same musicians. Billy Ficca's mostly-improvised drumming shares the spotlight with Verlaine's guitar, whose varied tones move effortlessly from melody to rhythm and are at once panoramic, pastoral and atmospheric. The influence of Verlaine's love of jazz saxophone is manifested in sustained single-note melodies and his expert finesse is rousing.
    Thanks for the tip Davey. No, I have not heard that. I will investigate. Man, so little time, so much music.
    I followed "Flash Light" with "Words from the Front" last night, so an almost 90 min Verlaine bliss session.

    Anyway, it's Sunday morning and the ear candy is provided by:

    "Lori McKenna - Bittertown",

    followed in a circular fashion by

    "G.W.McLennan - Watershed".

    Peace

    Bernd

    P.S. Swish - you got me.
    Last edited by Bernd; 04-02-2006 at 12:51 AM.
    "Let The Earth Bear Witness."

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    Well, it was April Fool's yesterday, wasn't it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bernd
    P.S. Swish - you got me.
    rrr

    Swish:
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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