Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl)

How It Is 4. When We Ride 5. Sip That Shit 7. Codeine Vision 8. Drugs- Wavadelic Freestyle Pt. Psychedelic Funk Actavis Tokyo Wet Like My Bitches Balance Stayin True. The 7" will be numbered and limited to copies. Boston A historic early recording of Aerosmith in their rehearsal room - just the band, crew and friends captured on Joe Perry's tape recorder.

Chet Baker is highly regarded as one of jazz's greatest trumpet players, and he recorded numerous albums over his 35 year recording career. Recorded inAlbert's House features eleven instrumental compositions by Steve Allen, who produced the recording session to assist Baker in restarting his career after a horrific dental injury in ' This monster is a barrage of middle eastern clarinet, oud, dumbek, kanun, sax, tambourine, wild percussion, and kaval, along with finger cymbals and the occasional vocal from some of his favorite belly dancers.

Still performing at 91 with his group Taksim, Souren Baronian is a living legend and he was nice enough to let us raid his tape archive! Siro Yerk 2. Makhmoor Aghchig 3. Pinkeol 5. Hey Yala 7. Geozlerin 8. Groovin' ""Hye"" 9. Ser Khosha Govand Halime Chifte Telli Shek Mazerov Laz Bar Nane Souyou Achchig Hos Yegoor Norike Bar Chem-o-chem Dari-lolo Khun Dzorin Dzar Khorodig Hye-Ena Siroon Min Elek Hub Eench Anem Herosi Bar Aghli-Jen Both sets are included on this RSD Black Friday release pressed on psychedelic color vinyl in a high-gloss tip-on jacket.

This album was recorded, mixed and mastered live to a vinyl master, in one take, on the evening of November 6th at Welcome To studio in Nashville. There were no overdubs, edits, punch-ins, remixes or remastering.

This type of recording is very rare due to the technical and creative difficulty associated with it. Once the recording has started it cannot stop until the end of the side. You are hearing one complete take per side of the record, which is no easy feat for all involved!

In -- some Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) years before his self-titled debut solidified his stature as a pre-eminent Fender bender -- Roy Buchanan signed with Polydor Records and began work on his first full-length platter.

Never before on vinyl, the Prophet comes in a two album set, pressed on orange and black "fire" vinyl because you won't often encounter more fiery guitar work than what's herehoused in a gatefold jacket and limited to 2, copies worldwide.

Funky Junky 2. Black Autumn 3. Day and Age 4. There'll Always Be 5. Billy Joe Young 6. The Story of Isaac 7. Baltimore 8. Sign on the Window 9. Humbug Down on the River; Pain I Desire You; Stormy Monday Jam; Roy's Bluz Sweet Dreams. Alexander's Ragtime Band 2. What'd I Say 3. I've Had My Fun 4. Raelettes Intoduction 5. Games People Play 6. Don't Change On Me 7.

I Can't Stop Loving You 8. Marie 9. I've Got A Woman. Madlib had made an Azymuth tribute record he wanted to play for him. On a rainy night in Rio, Mamao and Madlib went in the studio. Several hours later the rhythm tracks that make up Sujinho were laid and the process began.

Mamaoism 2. Barumba 3. Anna de Amsterdam Interlude 4. Brasilian Sugar 2. Sao Paulo Nights 3. Xibaba 4. Upa Neguinho feat. Thalma De Freitas. Casa Forte 2. Amazon Stroll 3. Berimbau 4. Anna de Amsterdam Reprise 5. Waiting on the Corner. Tijuca Man 2. Nao Tem Nada Nao 3. Sunset at Sujinho 4. Segura esta Onda feat. Mamao on vocals. The fourteenth solo album from Alice, originally released inand the first 45 RPM pressing. Mountain feat. Frank Bello 2. Kiss it Goodbye feat. Howard Jones 3.

Everyone Dies feat. Stix Zadina 4. Rat Child. Sivad 2. Little Church 3. What I Say 2. Nem Um Talvez Side C 1. Selim 2. Funk Tonk Side D 1. Inamorata and Narration by Conrad Roberts. The debut solo album from British singer-songwriter and ex-Catherine Wheel frontman Rob Dickinson. This first-ever vinyl release adds a bunch of extras that did not appear on the original CD, including the track "The End of the World" recently covered by Billie Eilishand a second disc with the Nude EP from the deluxe CD reissue, made up of acoustic versions of Catherine Wheel songs.

Packaged in a gatefold jacket and pressed in red and yellow "seahorse" vinyl, limited to copies worldwide. Songs From the Deep captures our collective moment perfectly with a sense of personal nostalgia Late Night Drive, Back Porchsociopolitical resolve Forward Marchand several powerful shout-outs to recently departed civil rights icon and fellow Alabamian John Lewis Walk With the Wind, Stand.

Originally released in following the birth of his daughter, Show You The World took Living Legends MC The Grouch on a new path of growth and maturation as he navigated his new world of fatherhood and the new perspectives it brought.

With topics ranging from his experience as a new father, partner and son, to drug addiction Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) the family, as well as his own personal struggles and triumphs, The Grouch succeeds in showing us his world. Microphone Intro feat. Rio Amor 2. Watch Watch feat. Mike Marshall 3. Clones 4. Artsy 5. Favorite Folks 6. Yarkwork 7. Show You The World feat. Raphael Saadiq 9. The Bay To LA feat. Murs Never Die Shero Bring It Back Hot Air Ballons feat. The Time feat.

Marty James His legendary performances had him dressed in gold and leopard costumes with props including rubber snakes, a smoking skull on a stick, and his signature coffin. Over his career he didn't record many studio albums.

Experience Frank Ocean through the ears and sounds of High Pulp, as the Mutual Attraction saga continues, with the final installment of the project. The three arrangements are an homage and a thank you to Frank, who has had such a heavy impact on the band and the way they think about writing music.

Along with digging into a different genre of music, and focusing on being a tribute to just one artist for this volume in the series, MA 3 also has the band performing as their largest ensemble yet: a piece band, including a 5-piece string section. Giving no limits to these reimagined versions of Frank Ocean tunes. On election daywhen I saw that there was a good chance the state of Georgia might go blue, I came up with an idea: to record an album of Georgia- related songs as a thank you to the state and donate the money to a Georgia based non-profit organization.

I will admit my motivations were a bit selfish. The songs on this album are some of my favorite Georgia-related songs, but the tracklist is not meant to be comprehensive. I hope you enjoy listening to these recordings as much as we enjoyed making them. Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) listening to good music and fighting the good fight. Released inTear Gas is the fourth and arguably most notable studio album from The Jacka. The album features the hit singles, "All Over Me feat.

Matt Blaque," and "Glamorous Lifestyles feat. Andre Nickatina". Summer feat. Just A Celebrity feat. Sky Balla 3. Glamorous Lifestyle feat. Andre Nickatina 4. Greatest Alive feat. Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) Don't Know feat. Freeway 6. Dream feat. Won't Be Right feat. Cellski 8. Keep Callin' feat. Devin The Dude 9. Girls Scared Money feat. Get It In feat. What's Your Zodiac feat. Phil Da Agony Dopest Foreal Callin' My Name feat. Mistah F. What Happened To The World The Movement feat.

Planet Asia Storm feat. Cormega Our Heroes feat. Stalin All Over Me. Madison Carnival of Losers, Pt. The Elusive Sensation of Bliss It Was Perfect A Thing for Weak Guys Honeymoon Iraq Triangle of Death Cheerleaders Huffers of 1st Platoon Another Day, Another Mission Night Tremors Unholy Retribution Date Night Acquiescence I'm Your Worst Nightmare Crossing the Line Rob Another Bank Overdose Side D Your Fate is Darkly Determined One Last Job The Comedown Album Version What I'm Trying to Say Is Bonus Track.

Contains the original tracks on the first three sides, with an original band interview on Side Four. The first time on vinyl for the album. The first vinyl release for this album. NOW became Maxwell's first album to reach 1 on Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) Billboardselling overunits in the U.

Get To Know Ya 2. Lifetime 3. Changed 5. NoOne 6. For Lovers Only Side B 1. Temporary Nite 2. Silently 3. Symptom Unknown 4.

A full livestream production was taped, and the band plans to tour the album in the US this fall. Lean Into It shows that Mr. Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy 2. Alive And Kickin' 3. Green-Tinted Sixties Mind 4. CDff-Lucky This Time 5. Never Say Never 2. Just Take My Heart 3. My Kinda Woman 4. A Little Too Loose 5. Road To Ruin 6. To Be With You. Features songs and story from the original cast of the beloved TV show.

At The Munsters 2. Herman Says, "Hello" 3. Everyone Is Welcome 5. Meet Our Pets 6. Meet Grandpa! Grandpa's Lab 8. Herman's Favorite Story 2. Lily's Favorite Story 3. Grandpa's Favorite Recipe 4. Final Theme. They are the "Last of the Breed" -- the elder statesmen of classic country music who have inspired artists for decades.

No one else sings country music with the passion and purity of Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Ray Price, and, in Marchthese living legends and Country Music Hall of Famers united on stage for a once-in-a-lifetime concert event that was captured for television and recorded to give fans the ultimate concert experience.

Limited edition 10" of special versions of songs originally taken from his landmark eponymous album, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never, released near its one year anniversary.

Previously unreleased historic recordings from Charlie Parker's legendary and highly eventful visits to Los Angeles. LP 1 Side A December 17, 1. Cement Mixer fragment into Intro into Blues fragment Dizzy Atmosphere fragment no Parker improvisation Fifty-Second Street Theme into closing announcement Intro dialogue with Gillespie into Dizzy Atmosphere into announcement Intro dialogue with Gillespie into A Night in Tunisia into announcement Intro dialogue between Vallee and Gibson Glow (12) - Set Yourself Free (Vinyl) Salt Peanuts All the Things You Are Anthropology into announcement Intro discussion into Cherokee into announcement Dizzy Atmosphere Out of Nowhere Scrapple from the Apple incomplete Wash without bleach!

Air drying is fine as well. If any areas of iron-on begin to lift off the fabric, you can just press again using an iron or EasyPress to re-apply the vinyl. I hope you enjoyed my Cricut iron-on tutorial. If this guide was helpful, or if you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below! When you are cutting iron-on, place it shiny side down on the cutting mat. When you are ironing it, you flip it over so the iron-on is shiny side up.

With a Cricut, just set the material type to Iron-On and it will automatically know how deep to cut. Of course! Check out the section in the step-by-step directions for how to transfer the vinyl with an iron. I have problems when doing the iron on, it will not stick to my t shirt!!!! I followed direction to the T rolling them down as I did the iron on but needless to say I am ready to throw it all in trash.

I have wasted so much materials. I have made several things with iron on but just cant get it done nowPlease help. Also, how did the project fail? Did it fall right off, did it peel at the edges? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Cricut Vinyl. Written by Ali Fields Updated: October 17, Share Tweet Pin 56 shares. Table of Contents. Our Expert. She's a mechanical engineer by trade and the mother of two delightful kiddos.

Whole careers lived and died because of the RPM record. In an era when the twelve-inch LP was the big daddy of music, its biggest competitor was the RPM single. This seven-inch disk had just enough room to fit one song on each side, but it sold for a fraction of the cost of a full album. For teenagers, and others with tight budgets, it was a great way to get the latest rock hits without having to buy the full album. Plus, there were always times when someone might release an album with only one good song: if that was the single, that was all that sold.

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The close-mic'd voice is so eulogised that it seems pointless to say it's as lustrous as ever, and now sounding oddly like a more mature, English Justin Timberlake, but the song resonates with, well, people like us, being a tribute to the hip-hop that he spent much of the gap getting engrossed in but in the language structure of the love song, reduced to the bare bones of keyboard swells, peaks and squelches, drum machine, multitracked vocals and fractured melody, exploding into a few moments of unfettered summeriness before descending back to the dreamy bedroom production while he reads out the tracklisting of the first Run DMC album.

It makes sense in context, and goes back to an idea we've developed before about what pop music is now the term is used as a verb, or at least pop music developed with self-sufficient care and construction. Snow In Sun sounds like an out-take from the Beach Boys' Smile, almost a suite in three and a half minutes which breaks into a languid almost ragga groove towards the end while Throw reverberates with light psychedelics and a bed of gentle burbling offset by the repeated phrase "get me out of here" and Road To No Regret features a tiny liquid country-rock guitar solo and sounds like a wistful domestic Glen Campbell.

Dr Abenathy starts as a thoughtful, vaguely lachrymose acoustic lament before two minutes in turning into big glam with an unashamedly intellectual varnish for three minutes, then returning for an introspective ending. You wouldn't call this AOR, but it's an album of interesting music for adults, or at least a certain type, those who are trying to make sense of the last thirty years or so of pop music and adapting it to their own, now settled but still jumpy and esoteric lives.

Your Christmas present from us. Frank Sinatra - Trilogy: Past Present Future Frank's real last hurrah, a triple concept album oh yes which debuted New York New York and featured, in order, standards, more recent favourites and "ambitious, experimental, and self-referential World War None!

The soundtrack was recorded live throughout the filming. Labels: please link to us on the guardian arts blogyou oughta know. The problem with critiquing albums that come under the aegis of The Post-Punk Revival is that you end up repeating the same few stock comparisons. We'd love to hear a band emerge in that really sound like James Chance, early Strip My Mind - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium (Cassette Politti or the Associates, but for the time being the only way to make yourself noticed in the whirling gene pool of new wave referencing is to prove yourself that little bit smarter, more intrinsically playful or ambitiously scoped.

That the band who best achieved this in are better known for dressing all funny proved a Trojan horse when that band see whimsy and statement making on modernity as equals. No matter that statement of intent Part Timer breaks down in mid-flow or Tailors confuses the issue by turning into mellow folky Syd Barrett pastoral psychedelia with scissors as percussion, it's a sharp, relentless album with next to nothing in the way of filler and plenty in the way of vigour, sly wit, self-assurance leftfield turns and above all melodies turned inside out and presented sharp edges first, the console presence of Andy Gill probably not a coincidence in this regard.

Much of Voices Of Animals And Men is made by Henry Dartnall and House Of Lords' look, if you don't know by now you might never interplay, both in vocal swaps and face-offs and in the most full-on crossthreading guitar and basslines, standing out a mile from the morass, as do the tagline-worthy lyrical hooks - "back down, it's the best you can hope for", "they'll keep on lying to you", most famously "you were screaming at your mum and I was punching your dad".

And just when it starts dragging its feet slightly, it breaks into possibly the best run of closing tracks of the year: Another Hollow Line's delicately cut and pasted harmonics and almost laidback, acid-edged summery pop Albarn!

You used to do thisCoastguard's bleak death rattle, Loughborough Suicide's evocation of quiet English desperation and closing declaration that "I will never go down fighting" and Tremblings Of Trails' similar go at escape therapy, this time as irked melancholia.

It's this that really sets them apart from the herd, that their angst is less existential than reflective of their setting, which means that their much vaunted sense enjoyment is tempered by awkwardness. You've probably come to realise how horribly out of step we're beginning to look with this selection.

Onwards, then Who knew lyrical acidity though apparently all parties have since made up could be so cheeringly infectious? They did this 'live' on GMTV, and their country-disco-pop should have been huge. It wasn't. Working to a theme, then 57 Editors - Munich [ YouTube ] Even a year on Chris Urbanowicz's wall of screeching Bunnymen guitar still makes the hairs on the back of our neck stand to attention 56 Clinic - Harvest [ YouTube ] Again, you know what it'll include - offbeat drums, vocal moans, piercing organ - but lifted by almost hip-hop rhythms and the return of the tribal element 55 Maccabees - Latchmere [ YouTube ] Actually is about a swimming poolwhich as well as being perhaps illegally parochial might be a stroke of minor genius.

Builds up a head of steam and then clings on for dear life 54 Animal Collective - Grass [ YouTube ] A full year after the album comes the standout track, one that tries to sound relatively linear for a bit then gives up and goes skitteringly haywire 53 The Hidden Cameras - Awoo [ YouTube ] Joel Gibb and co still find album consistency elusive but they can pick a strangely uplifting single alright, whatever "the curd of my own written qualities" is exactly 52 Brakes - Hold Me In The River [ live YouTube ] Biting Undertones guitars frame Eamon Hamilton going all political, after an oblique fashion, as they attempt to pummel the listener into submission again in under two minutes 51 Young Knives - Weekends And Bleak Days Hot Summer [ YouTube ] Battering away at your subconscious with a chainsaw riff and, well, harmonic shouting.

Why didn't it turn into the summer's great vocal hook? Curse you, Automatic! Intense two-step hoedown lo-fi that once started is virtually impossible to halt.

Best mandolin in ages too 44 Mew - Zookeeper's Boy [ YouTube ] Nearly breaking in America, which seems odd for a band who continue to sound like a complex stratospheric mind meld of the Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine and the Icicle Works 43 Guillemots - We're Here [ YouTube ] Fyfe's got a way Strip My Mind - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium (Cassette life-affirming enormo-scale not-quite-anthemry, hasn't he?

There's certainly something evil about the scratchy guitars and dancerock dynamics 41 Kid Harpoon - Riverside [ YouTube ] No, there's definitely something in the Medway water to produce all this talent at the same time.

Maybe not, but it's three from three for Klaxons singles that'd be great soundtracking late night empty motorway drives. Listen to those clattering drums 34 The Pipettes - Judy [ YouTube ] Not lyrically masterful, but a neat distillation of teenage angst and longing amid swooning harmonies and strings.

Doesn't sound overtly disposable and is all the better for it. There's only so far you can go with a stripped back, knowingly ragged lo-fi-does-hi-fi style, and while there were suggestions with the use of a couple of famous friends on previous album You Are Free that Chan Marshall was feeling slightly ghettoised by her loose cannon reputation, hiring assorted Memphis soul luminaries was a sign that it was time for her to properly extend herself and see how it worked out.

In another sense it seems an attempt to reconnect the long dark nights of her particular soul with her backwoods folky foundation blocks, attempting to feed her style through a different prism. She's not the first American alternative icon to go all Hi Records at an impasse, but rare is the occasion where an increase in scale retains the intimacy of doomed romance tales, in many senses of the term.

She almost sounds happy. Recasting the arrangements of songs as earthy and vulnerable at heart as ever for full band turns out to be less a necessary evil than a refraction of these little pieces of introspection, giving them room to gather around her. And Chan is in gorgeous voice from the title track off, swelling strings complementing her warm, seductive tones still with that ever present hint of The Fear, and while there's a place for her previous fragility she's being pushed into a wider palette of vocal cadences.

Love And Communication's starry-eyed reflections, staccato string stabs and buzzing organ proves instructive at the death that this isn't really the great commercial push but someone pushing Album) undoubted but unrefracted talent out of their self-regarding comfort zone not so much to show 'realness', because it's a bit late for Marshall to start doing that, but towards letting others shape where it's going and reaping the rewards texturally, if maybe not so much personally. Friday, December 22, Those free Christmas songs not in full.

Deerhoof - Little Drummer Boy via Skatterbrain - bitesized, stripped down effort from San Franciscan cult scattershot noisepoppers Hark!

The Dreijers rework an old song for a festive feel Lucky Soul - Lonely This Christmas Myspace : we briefly mentioned this yesterday, since when we've actually listened to it and it's a lovely thing - Mud Mud! Ashtmatic Kitty give away a quality Sufjan original from the box set Swipe! Not the first to cover it, doubtless won't be the last.

Labels: downloadsyou oughta know. There's no immediately evident reason why Portland's Matt Ward doesn't stand shoulder to shoulder with his peers in the realm of modern-yet-antiquarian songwriting that inherently creates and inhabits its own worlds that are a bit like ours but not quite there. Singing like a slightly younger Stateside version of John Martyn or Tom Waits before he became grizzled, Ward's fifth album, which with precious little build-up smacked us right between the eyes on discovery right at the end of the year, breaks away from the acoustically reconfigured landscape of his previous work and follows the lead, more than likely unintentionally but the parallels are to an extent there, of Sufjan Stevens of getting an eclectic full studio band together and hoping everyone enjoys the experience.

That opener Poison Cup takes something from the latterday straightforward Bowie manual is a red herring - the sound, like the imagery, could only have come from the drawer marked Americana, where Greenwich Village acoustic guitar leans heavily on the edges of the blues tradition with traces of Neil Young, worldly considerations to go. Although Ward has called it an album about "healing" America's Iraq-riveted tensions, calling it an album about the war on terror goes some of the way to explaining the emotions put up at stake - witness the seething lament of Requiem - but certainly doesn't cover everything.

Jim James and Neko Case also appear and there's something of a reflection of their bands, elements evident of My Morning Jacket without the expansive silo reverb and Case insomuch as her intimate country leanings rather than New Pornographers power pop.

The title track drags along under the weight of its own invested problems but sees hope at the end, Magic Trick gets the Beach Boys tricks out in less than two minutes and the whole thing is held together by Ward's parchment voice and some at times outstanding finger picking guitar. Meaningful without a hint of pretension, few if any nailed human frailty and hope as solidly this year. Yearender Pt. Anathallo : looking so good for their bewilderingly detailed Sufjan-meets-SMiLE we got in with a Friendly Chat early, then Pitchfork savaged their album and back to square one they went.

Bricolage : everyone else looted the post-punk, now someone's rerouting the funk of the Postcard sound into modern areas. The ever wise Memphis Industries have now picked them up. Goodbooks : the very first Myspace featured band on these pages and one we've grown to love as the year has worn on, even if those round us haven't judging by the turnout of the recent gig we were at.

The Hellset Orchestra : good lord. Nothing else sounds like them, deliberately. Johnny Flynn : 's going to be a good year for dark UK anti- folkiness, and Flynn's literate, intricate resonance is a good demonstration of why.

The Disease Hopscotch 4. Pizza Thrash Demolition '07 Self Released 3. Sessions Riotous Assembly 4. Demolition RNR Records 9. Punkcore 3. Crime As Forgiven By Sabot 3. Resistance 4. Compared to What Southern Lord 2. Warner Bros 4. I'll be down there taping off and on all weekend. Be sure to have a corndog while you're at it. They keep you regular and make you more attractive. This is the song they closed with at Bonnaroo. Watch this. I've also discovered that they participate in the Live Music Archivewhich has a dozen of their shows available for download.

You can bet I'll be spending some quality time there tomorrow. The Flaming Lips will be returning to Atlanta on September Mark your calendars.

They'll be gracing the stage of The Tabernacle. No word yet on when tix go on sale, but it's not yet up on the Ticketmaster site. The full slate of freshly-announced dates can be found here. Yesterday the New York Times printed a review of Bonnaroo. If ran about words, and managed to mention about thirty acts that played the festival. I will, however, offer a recap of my own Bonnaroo experience.

It was, to say the least, a damn good one. There is a common saying that many things in life "are what you make of them. With a diverse lineup and a wide array of genres and styles on the bill, festival-goers had much to choose from. I'm going to have to leave a lot of details out of this, but I'll try to hit the high points. The Scene One aspect of a large festival that can make or break the event is the atmosphere created by the organizers and concert-goers.

Although this was my first Bonnaroo, I'm a veteran of several such festivals and dozens of Phish shows so I had a good idea what to expect. I have to say that my expectations were exceeded. The lines getting in and out of the venue were orderly and efficient; the same can generally be said of lines for concessions and vending. It's evident that the organizers learned a great deal from past experience.

Even the johns remained relatively clean. For those of you who haven't been to one of these festivals Logistics aside, the atmosphere was good. The organizers provided a ferris wheel and a number of other attractions to keep festival-goers fat and happy.

The Sonic Forest, ample lawn art, a large fountain, giant bobblehead dolls, and other sights provided plenty of amusement aside from the musical acts. The cinema showing cult movies and music-related films and comedy tents were also great alternatives when one needed a break from the music or some welcome air conditioning. I certainly took full advantage of the comedy tents, as you can probably tell. As for the crowd, it seemed to be in good spirits. Most people were friendly and respectful.

While that wasn't universally true, very few people seemed to be acting like massive asshats. No doubt that helped a lot with regard to maintaining an enjoyable festival atmosphere.

The Sonic Stage Among the various attractions other than the "big" shows were musicians on a number of smaller stages throughout the festival grounds. I only made it to one, the Sonic Stage. That stage was set up for stripped-down and acoustic acts. While I'd heard that the Sonic Stage was a sort of "secret" near the beginning of the festival, I don't know how that could be the case unless the other 80, attendees happened to be illiterate and unable to read the schedule.

It was a nice chance to see the bands play in a smaller setting. While each of these sets were enjoyable, Andrew Bird's stood out to me as the most impressive. Letting him go at it solo on a small stage showcased his violin and whistling skills.

I had already been highly impressed by his Friday set, but that show made me even more eager to see him again. The Tents The majority of music I saw last weekend took place in the tents that were set up on the festival grounds. Each held a good number of people, although I'd be lying if I said I had a good estimate. Several thousand, perhaps? While I've been a fan of Bird for quite a while, I've only known of Potter and co. Bird's whistling and violin theatrics were very impressive and he played my favorite songs from The Mysterious Production of Eggs.

Grace Potter rocked the tent with her country-blues-rock stylings, and her crowd swelled and escalated in volume as the set went on. I'm sure I'll be writing about her a long while to come. The gal rocked the place with her B-3 organ and wailing guitar backed by her able band. In fact, she rocked so hard that she accidentally kicked off one of the galoshes she'd worn on stage with a wicked kick. The other soon followed. I'll conclude by saying that the first thing I did when I got home is check their upcoming tour dates.

They were that good. Cat Power and Stephen Malkmus also played nice sets. Chan's set was remarkably upbeat for the most part, although there was a bit of a lull in the middle as she played through several quiet songs and the Memphis Rhythm Band played one of its own tunes without her on stage. However, her cover of "House of the Rising Sun" and a rousing end of the set backed by her band got everyone screaming again. I only caught the first 40 minutes or so of Malkmus, but he and the Jicks were fun to see.

I realized during the set that I haven't seen him on stage in about 7 years. I also saw Nickel Creek in a tent, but at the time I was so tired and cranky that I left early to go find something to eat. I hear they covered a Radiohead song later in the set. I also stumbled into the Toubab Krewe set on Thursday night and was blown away by their precise drumming and African rhythms. Not normally my thing, but I'll have to see them sometime if they ever come around Atlanta. Also in the tents were late night sets by My Morning Jacket and the SuperJam, each of which started at midnight.

I enjoyed it a great deal; it didn't hurt that Andrew Bird sat in for much of the set. They also covered "Head Held High" by the Velvet Underground, which you can imagine made me a happy camper.

You can download the My Morning Jacket set as. Saturday night's SuperJam was highly anticipated, but I must say I was a bit disappointed by it. When it started I was quite excited, as Mike and Trey from Phish were on the stage with a keyboardist and drummer I couldn't identify. I assumed that the SuperJam would function as it has in years past with guests coming and going from the stage and the musicians jamming on various songs and standards.

However, the set actually seemed to be a "secret" set by Trey and Mike's new touring band. I suppose if I were really jazzed about Trey and Mike's new band it would have been a wonderful thing to catch, but I'm not. Oh well. The Headliners While all the aspects of the festival discussed above were enjoyable, the headliners on the main stage were obviously the biggest draw. As you might have already read elsewhere, it was pretty effing awesome.

I had never seen Tom Petty live before, but like most rock fans I've grown up with his hits. Lucky for me, I heard just about all of them on Friday night.

His set was a testament to his longevity and successful career. He played songs written thirty years ago that still hold up even after years of being overplayed on the FM dial, as well as a couple new songs and covers of both the Yarbirds' "I'mA Man" and Van Morrison's "Gloria. It was fun and polished, but I guess it ought to be given that they've been playing most of the songs for decades.

It was a good time, and I was glad to see Petty live since I'd probably never pay to do so at an arena or amphitheater. Saturday was loaded, and we plopped down in front of the stage in the early afternoon to claim a spot for the evening's festivities.

I wasn't overly into the Elvis Costello set, and actually dozed off sitting on the ground while he was on stage. He opened with "Peace, Love, and Understanding" but then ventured off into Strip My Mind - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium (Cassette of songs from his new album with Allen Toussaint.

Needless to say, those didn't quite hold my attention. He wrapped up the set with several of his hits. While the Costello set wasn't bad, it did make me grateful I'd never gone to the trouble of seeing him play here in town. I'd be kinda bummed to spend big dollars on admission and then fall asleep during the set. You can download the Elvis Costello set as.

Following Costello on the main stage were Beck and Radiohead. Both were I've seen Beck several times before, but I wasn't prepared for the antics he broke out on Saturday night. Not only did he play a number of killer songs, but the theatrics were innovative and downright awesome. One interesting and amusing detail is that while the band played there was a "band" of puppets resembling the band playing, dancing, and singing right along with their human counterparts.

The puppet band was set up on a little stage to the right of an organ on Album) and was handled by a team of puppeteers who were right on the stage.

The entire setup with the puppets was quite elaborate. STAND 9. History's so strong History's so strong History's so strong History's so stro. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Lyrics. Oh yeah, oh oh yeah Arthur J. Das ist die Liste der 13 Lieder, dass das Album bestehen. Can I get your hand to write on Just a piece of lead to bite on What am I.

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Gelegentlich ist Kiedis auch als Schauspieler in kleineren Filmrollen zu sehen. But what about the men? What caused them to convert? Christian Europeans had a special term for these men: Renegadoes, "renegades": apostates, turncoats, traitors.

Christians had some reason for these sentiments, since Christian Europe was still at war with Islam. The Crusades had never really ended. The last Moorish kingdom in Spain, Grenada, was added to the Reconquista only inand the last Moorish uprising in Spain took place in Small world.

Don't be confused - master artist R. Crumb didn't write the nifty text for each of these portraits of dead greats he's drawn like no one else. I wish he had, since I'm curious. The text portraits are concise literary wonders by Stephen Calt, David Jasen and Richard Nevins, and my hat's off to the three for an evening of reading pleasure. Many of Crumb's full color illustrations have been packaged other ways in the past: box set cards, in pages of "The New Yorker" and elsewhere.

One of the books for the Old Ways Good Ways, not to be without. Whose got a cell phone I got a call to make Hey god I wanna talk to you leaving us sticking to a piece of space matter like orphans in eternal fear not knowing why we're here. There's more where that came from www. If you are one who has ever been on the receiving end of one of Ed Baker's loony moments, take heart, he's a loving man who does good work with calligraphy brush stroke, paintings, howlin' at the moon haiku and comes out of Fort Baker somewhere in the same town John Fahey hailed from: Takoma, Maryland Go for it: ed [email protected].

Ever seen a moose trained to drag loads with a homemade travois? Plus pointers on how to build a tipi, painted tipis of the Plains tribes and sweat lodges. The personal accounts of Native peoples are invaluable, and the deep-seated knowledge by Hungrywolf ripples the book with annotations and cause. The Apache have medicine to find a lost horse. The old man who had it died last week. Formerly the Kiowa, too, had this medicine. A small buffalo skin tipi was set up inside of the big tipi.

People sat quietly and voices came from inside this small tipi. Four pipes lay on the ground. The medicine man said, "I am calling the old people long since dead. So in the morning I find it.

I would sit here given the opportunity and behold the beauty of that face throughout the day. The broadside is limited to only 50 signed numbers and will be available from Longhouse in October.

But I've always been after spacious reading and the spirit of books more than a quick buck. One guy once said to me, "So how does this Internet thing work: you put books up for sale and then you wait for the money to show up in an envelope slipped under your door?

A little of it does. To my mind, it is the ultimate Woodburner from our nest. We'll release the Longhouse bibliography before snow flies like very proud parents. In the meantime, I've been reading James M.

Cain's The Butterfly aloud, such sexual and violent restraint all but vanished in today's world of Super-Size me. For most of the films spun from Cain's novels, the right director was on hand. Take a look at the reissued magic of Double Indemnity by Billy Wilder now on dvd. Unfortunately, The Butterfly hasn't yet had the same care, unless you are a Pia Zadora fan. Good enough for the initial flash. Both Morricone and Orson Welles were somehow involved in that one. A moment ago, our mail carrier Vera was honking her delivery truck out at the roadside having a heavy package for us.

This is a country custom and won't be quite killed off until all the country folk are gone. Vera was befuddled and then so was Susan, and I got that way feeling the weight of the package when Susan brought it inside, because Charlie Mehrhoff had sent poems and a book as gifts, and the bottom of the package was built out of a 10 x 12 inch rough white pine board. First time that has ever happened.

Country girl Vera said it was the first for her, too. Hey, Charlie, I'm going to carve an apple stem bread board out of it. Give it to a loved one. Here's what I picked up the other day at one of our local libraries. I was working off merely the new arrivals on only two shelves. If you want to read: you can find it. The most effective way to restrict democracy is to transfer decision making from the public arena to unaccountable institutions Noam Chomsky.

On to the list, go find yourself at your library and be excited:. Leonardo's Notebooks ed. Anna Suh. Cochise, the life and times of the great Apache chief by Peter Aleshire. DeGraaf and Paul E. I renovated our colonial farmhouse in the 70s all with native hemlock, good for centuries more. I was mainly hunting down for b.

Timothy Leary, Robert Greenfield. And those who hated him will never read it. Historians will be tearing their hair out for centuries trying to figure the era out. Best to listen to ones that were there, as this author. Photos, deep notes, index, the works. Smoke in the faces of all actors. One of the very last of great filmmaking hours and Kurosawa then in his 70s. It was the first film we took Carson to see, at birth.

It was late, he got fussy. I believe it is imperative the director also play the main ghoul as the original director Herk Harvey did. Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? I just finished reading my own copy and at around page 80 I became frisky about the book in Susan's company. She asked, "Would I like it? Susan doesn't mind if a book falls from her sleepy head off the chair Rigged for abuse.

The clerk at the front desk on check out, tending to all the above, only had a comment about Alice Notley. Dylan's, Modern Times is not quite as fine as the other things he has been doing the last handful of years, none of his albums have been. He's actually been the best on his XM radio show "Deep Tracks" where you can hear the maestro twist out tunes and local history and opinions from his grass roots monarchy. Nothing he has since recorded touches what three meritorious albums he recorded during a mere 14 months, light years ago : Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde On Blondeso let's not get too silly.

Unlike most of the famous who have stopped learning, this guy can't help himself from learning, and so he teaches and preaches weekly on a radio show everything from Hank Snow and Charlie Poole to ZZ Top and Alice Cooper.

Never mind a Gwendolyn Brooks poem I just listened to him recite, on the spot, a moment ago. It's a thrill to imagine what you are able to listen to here: not only chosen music, but chosen by one who has ruled rebel music for the last 40 years.

Imagine John Coltrane spinning a jazz channel for you each week, and talking to you like an exotic uncle out of work with plenty of records to bring up from the basement. This is where Dylan excels. Also in his autobiography Chroniclesnow remaindered at your local bookseller.

And from time to time showing up as a guest performer with nothing to lose, so he let's it all hang out. His individual recent records all have a magic but there's so much hype only a martian or a member of the Taliban has any chance to sit down with it and have the ears to shock. We're all programmed. To get out of the program soup it may be best to return to the performer's children's songs, nearly as good as Woody's, and then try the new records, which are slick, topnotch bands, but like Chuck Berry, Dylan always seems to have the most fun with pickup bands in a basement say or happenstance.

So, too, a small press or journal has its own making if it is really getting at the jam. This brings to mind Philip Rowland's very fine Noona hallmark for the short poem from poets worldwide and bound into exquisite Japanese book-making. For a change one is holding a very pretty edition with poems that pack a wallop and none of the poets are identified until the last page where you may map backwards to discover who you have just read. A nice touch of intimacy meets anonymity by the editor. Four issues have so far been released and a fifth shall come inwe are promised: [email protected].

And in proportion as a man has bestirred himself to become awake to his own locality he will perceive more and more of what is disclosed and find himself in a position to make the necessary translations.

The disclosures will then and only then come to him as reality, as joy, as release. I dunno. The other evening I sat in a packed college auditorium and listened to a MacArthur "genius award" recipient read like a mumbling idiot to us all. Not even a wit of classical splendor from a poet now of that age.

The greatest applause was given back to the poet after a sudden high drama "fuck", spoken with an abrupt refound clarity. One can sense our audiences at once waiting for some reprieve, some solace, some warmth after decades of thoroughbred liars and cheats and squalor.

Instead we're falling right into the rank and file at our jaded best. I remember a poet once, only mere weeks before his death, walk to the edge of the stage after shunning the podium, and with the mic in one hand, and a book in the other, in the poorest light imaginable and with nearly blind eyes, read his poems to us while sitting down on the lip of the stage with his legs dangling as if a scene straight out of "The Little Rascals".

With us. I can remember Lucille Clifton one winter evening holding a small library room in the palm of her hand. So much of that delicious thinking and being in the early American modernist poets like Williams is just not there in someone like Charles Bernsteinno matter what pilfer the new academy wants to preach to us.

Bernstein in his new and playful Girly Man Chicago is groomed for more of this scholarly hijinks, hoax, mimicry and fancy, but there is next to no guts or soul to this charade.

I've been reading and watching for years now an American poetry slide into the same empirical jockeying and domination quite like the little men running our government for the same amount of years, say 25 miserable ones. Just so much fluff. Get a load of this locality for soaring:. What makes me love being alive is something I can't quite describe, can't put into words with my pen or utter aloud I love the world, and dreams set in that forest of light on the banks of the mystery of my shameful ignorance concerning the boat's destination and the journey's goal -that at which I haven't dared hint or point And even if the days were emptied of all that was finer than the reed-flute's rasp, of all that is more desirable than the warmth of the winter's fire, even if they were emptied of all that is sweeter than "How are you?

They do not grasp why I spend my spirit like counterfeit coins. How I could leave my blood behind? When I was alive I wore a thin dress bare shoulders the heat of the white sun. I was brought up in a small town in the Mohave Desert. The boys wouldn't touch me who was dying to be touched, because I was too quote Smart. Which the truck-drivers didn't think as they looked and waved On their way through town, on the way to my World.

I happen to think Notley's childhood between Bisbee, Az. Sorkin, Andrei Codrescu, Liviu Georgescu and many more. Dates and activities from a highly mysterious country drifts into tatters because of fascism, World Wars, a fleeing avant-garde in the 30s for Franceto a later day avant-garde, socialism, open travel to the west etc.

You'll want it. Tribe Press of Greenfield, Ma. Carol Purington, Following the Stonewall is one of the latest. A leaf's fall my gaze reaches the ground before it does. I fell asleep reading your new book at ease in the sun by a mountain stream listening to the current as to your words: the currency of the phrases, the concurrence of the thought.

It's one of the pleasures to be able to doze off, to read your poems, to hear your voice, to sleep when tired, to wake refreshed. Born in Edinburgh and raised in south England before emigrating to Winnipeg in advance of WW2Gael Turnbull, a medical professional, had long been a jumping bean in geographic, poetry and life's pursuits.

An elegant independent with poetry that never dimmed over 50 years of practice, and this book is a watershed of showing just so. Gael passed away on his home turf of Scotland. The principal subject of my poems is qualities indigenous to words themselves; everything else should be shunted aside as something else.

One motive behind visual enhancements is revealing properties of words previously hidden. Learning from visual arts, I want to create after-images that are remembered apart from my name. It would have fit just right and in size with those masterpieces they have issued for decades. Hamill talks right from his neighborhood, Irish and saucy, and with all of his newspaperman gusto at relating a history, topical portrait and knowing the criminal element as well as the arts.

He's always been a rare breed. I'm not much for New York City, but this book still pulled me up by its bootstraps. With ingenious continuity, Debra DeSalvo can ride the reader like a keyboard in her The Language of the Blues Billboardwrapping up a dirth of terminology and making a story stick with heroes and villains through and through.

She has a conjure hand. The best book on the Blues I have read in quite some time simply for its anecdotal and historical spell. I never saw Frame 1, but Frame 2, ed. Go to [email protected] for more. The other day we happened to see "The Wave Books poetry bus tour" parked on The Smith College campus, idling its engine and I guess with some poets milling around, but no action!

I believe this is the same Poetry Bus that has been traveling across from the west in a quasi-Kesey Merry Prankster ceremony of reading in 50 cities in 50 days? And what a great idea! What we were looking at was a bland looking thing for something that is supposedly manned by poets.

It looked like it was designed by bankers. Do I have a whole other idea than most do these days about poetry? I dink so. Where are our gypsy caravans?

I missed you Alex, unless you were the fellow in the red bandana? True story. Oh good! During that period of his first "discovery" among contemporary North American poets, he became an argument for poetry of the deep image and for a more humanistic engagement Those early translations drove me to the originals where I have found a very different and unknown poet.

Many of the existent translations, many of great merit as poems in English, seemed to originate in the psyche and assumptions of the translating poet. Caught in the odd double vision of the dominating culture, he is, on the one hand, valued for his wildness and his heart, and, on the other, granted legitimacy only when his work is connected to the European models and influences of the twentieth century.

In less than five years, now living in Paris, the poet would be eating off the money refunded from collected bottles and cans. I read no Spanish, so I'm no judge, but I much like what I hand-touch and carry throughout reading this new collection. It just smells right. Mike Perry is a born storyteller. And that's not to be confused with a great bullshitter or some yokel who spins barstool yarns. He's a back country town Wisconsin boy with one book under his belt Population: that I found quite by accident one summer popping my head into a far from home library and not being able to put the book down.

I had to join the library as a lifetime member, at a cost, to check the book out and then mail it back. I like a good story. In his second book Truck HarperCollins Perry realizes he is no fluke as a writer. In fact he's now busy playing writer on the road with speaking engagements and book signings, when not at home tending to his vegetable garden, small town musings, and maybe he's still driving an ambulance that carried the gist of his first book, but I honestly can't remember.

Oh yes, the "truck" is an old International pickup he insists on screwing back together and make road worthy with the help of a friend. Liking Greg Brown's music with his girlfriend, admiring Jim Harrison and really being a deer hunter are also factors. Not so. Honest conversational storytelling. The last of America is going to be found on the Plains because everyone's ignored it. The book is made up of a chapter for each month.

Lots happens. There is a wedding at the end. The filmmaker and actor John Cassavetes seemed to have everyone running for their lives, when he wasn't firing them, with his manic devotion to independent filmmaking.

All except a genius handful, starting with his wife Gena Rowlands, and other actors like Peter Falk, Ben Gazzara and Seymour Cassel who each shine to this day with that au natural Cassavetes touch. With workmanlike fashion, Marshall Fine's Accidental Genius Miramax step by step details how a Hollywood player turned his back and made his own films from his home or hotel roommanaged all the finances and even distribution, while starring in hits like Rosemary's Baby and The Dirty Dozen to help front the miracle that Martin Scorsese would later claim inspired him to make movies.

Start with his best film, A Woman Under the Influence, and take it from there. This book's a guidepost. Torregian spans, like an oak tree, some of the greatest poetry inventions from the 60s-to- now.

It can happen here. String bands, fiddle tunes, spiritualsmountaineers and folklorists like Jean Ritchie join this 12 song fest. Kentuckians for the Commonwealth is a member-led organization that believes in the power of the citizens, working together, to challenge injustices, right wrongs and improve the quality of life for all Kentuckians. Formed in and rooted in the coalfields of Eastern kentucky, KFTC has grown to become a statewide social, economic and environmental justice group with more than members.

Some authors are content to stay in the background blowing on a grass reed held between their thumbs while the circus goes on. Crouch likes to wail in the spirit of Duke Ellington, who openly declared in "I don't want to feel obliged to play something with the same styling that we became identified with at some specific period I don't want anyone to challenge my right to sound completely mad, to screech like a wild man, to create the mauve melody of a simpering idiot, or to write a song that praises God.

A little stuffy at times, but not too bad. Leave it to a woman you fall in love with to change your first name. They became lovers during the autumn months of in a farming village at the foot of the Alps, and for the next three years were in pretty much one another's company or within their legendary correspondence, now capped inside the covers of Rainer Maria Rilke and Lou Andreas-Salome, The Correspondence Norton.

Rilke had a way of falling in love with women, thus marrying Clara Westhoff thus angering Lou, who was already a mood-tude to the mood-king wonder himself. Andreas-Salome was quite adapt at summing up the poet's inability to get a grip on "the conflict between hymnic experience and its expression in creative form.

These letters capsulate a nearly supernatural bond of companionship on a raw nerve rail lasting until the poet's dying day in his early 50s. Meant to share. I may get to some in a future Woodburners. Straighten your clothes!

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Trap Chill Trap Drill. Genre: House Additional Styles:. It's scheduled to be released on August 20th. Nolimits Alexia will soon release the single "Summerlovers" in Italy.

Nolimits The next single from York is called "Silence". Nolimits New from Yakooza "Stronger" released on Overdose. Nolimits New from Bassraiders Raveolution" released on Kontor. Nolimits New from Rank 1 feat. Shanokee "Such Is Life" released on Kontor.

Nolimits New from Klubbheads "Hiphopping" released on Kontor. Christophe Chantzis Lasgo "Something" now on No. Video shoot postponed because of floods in Poland. Looking for an other location. The song has been remixed for the single release, and now has much more power than it already had. Nolimits The new cd-album called "Weltreise" translated means it "Worldtrip" from dance-act Schiller is now available in shops.

Some tracks are made together with Kim Sanders ex- Culture Beat female singer. The cd-album contains 18 tracks. The album is produced by Dieter Bohlen. Date of release is today unknown. Nolimits Pulsedriver 's new album "Sequence" was released on July It was released on July DAI E. This news comes from Charly Lownoise. Promoted with succesfull release party in Ibiza, at club Eden. TV apperance on Staatsloterij-show 3 million viewers. Official release on vinyl next week.

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The song is called "Teach me How". Belgium, watch out for this new single! Whyzer "Mad For Music" is the name of Alexia's new album. The album will be released in Italy on June Nolimits The new single from Sugar M.

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2 2003 (CD) Satoshi Tomiie - Love in trafic Delerium - Innocente Joshua Ryan - Pistol Whip Tenth Planet - Ghosts Freefall - Skydive Marc et Claude - Loving you Warrior - Voodoo Norman Bass - How you like bass Cosmic Gate - Fire Wire Christophe Chantzis The new single from Milk Inc. Date of release will be August 6th, Formats include the video and the Housenation 2003 (Lock n Load Remix) - Various - Trance - The Ultimate Collection Vol.

2 2003 (CD) club mixes. Nolimits New from Floorfilla is the single "Anthem 5". Nolimits New from Legend B. Nolimits Juliette known from the dance-project In Mood feat. Juliette is back with an own single which is called "Unstoppable". The next possible single is "It's My Life" and in July she will release her debut album called "". Nolimits Commercial Breakup had made an female-vocal-dance-cover-remix-single of the 80ies- New Order - hit "Bizarre Love Triangle" - which should be too on the Commercial Breakup cd-album "Global Player".

Nolimits Balloon former DJ Balloon known from his latest single-hit "Technorocker" will bring an cd-album in near future. Nolimits Barcode Brothers known from their singles "Dooh Dooh" and "Flute" will release an cd-album - title currently unknown.

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Old Folks 8. Miles Davis Bag's Groove P Doxy 7. Jimmy Smith The Sermon P The Sermon 2. Succotash 2. Triangle 3. Jack Rabbit 4. Mimosa 5. A Jump Ahead 6. Search For New Land 2. The Joker 3. Kenyatta 4. Melancholee 5. Jimmy Smith Midnight Special P Midnight Special is featuring performances recorded in and released on the Blue Note label. The album was recorded at the same session which produced Back at the Chicken Shack Midnight Special 2. A Subtle One 3.

Jumpin' The Blues 4. Why Was I Born 5. Surrey With the Fringe On Top 2. Todays Nights 3. The Day You Said Goodbye 4. Just Wait and See 5. Annikas Lullaby 6. I Have a Dream 7. Everything I Have Is Yours [ Today's Nights 3. Day You Said Goodbye 4. Annika's Lullaby 6. I Have A Dream 7.

Everything I Have Is Yours 8. Big Push [ Wee Dot 2. If I Had You 3. Quicksilver-Alternate Take 4. Now's The Time 5. Confirmation 6. Will You Still Be Mine? I Didn't 4. A Gal In Calico 5.

Mambo Inn 2. Besame Mucho 3. Mama Inez 4. Brazil 5. Tico Tico 6. My Little Suede Shoes 7. Blues For Juanita 8. Grenada 9. Tony Williams Lifetime P Two Pieces Of One: Red 2.

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For Spee's Sake 6. Lou Donaldson Gravy Train P Gravy Train 2. South Of The Border 3. Avalon 5. Candy 6. Twist Time 7. Glory Of Love 8. Announcement By Pee Wee Marquette 2. Split Kick 3. Once In A While 4. Quicksilver 5. Mayreh 7. LP HQ. King Curtis Soul Meeting P Soul Meeting 2. Lazy Soul 3. All The Way 4. Jeep's Blues 5. Hank Mobley Workout P Workout 2. Uh Huh 3. Smokin 4. Greasin Easy 6. Charles Earland Black Talk P Black Talk 2. The Mighty Burner 3.

Here Comes Charlie 4. Aquarius 5. Flight To Jordan 2. Starbright 3. Squawkin' 4. Deacon Joe 5. Split Quick 6. Si Joya 7. Diamond Stud 8. Bebop 2. Two Bass Hit 4. Tadd's Delight 5. I'll Remember April 7. Minor Impulse 3. Blues For Charlie 5. Like 6. Count Every Star 7. That Old Black Magic 8. I'll Never Be The Same 2. When Day Is Done 3.

Under A Blanket Of Blue 4. More Than You Know 5. Moonglow 6. Just A Gigolo 7. Freddie Hubbard Blue Spirits P Soul Surge 2. Blue Spirits 3. Outer Forces 4. Cunga Black 5. Jodo 6. Roy Haynes We Three P Reflection 2. Sugar Ray 3. Solitaire 4. After Hours 5. Sneakin' Around 6. Elijah 2. Beast Of Burden 3. Cristo Redentor 4. The Black Disciple 5. Filthy Mcnasty 2. Doin' The Thing 3. Kiss Me Right 4.

Bobby Hutcherson Dialogue P The Book's Beat 2. Fugee 4. The Other Part Of Town 5. Lonely One 6. Light Blue 7. Sentimental Journey 2. Why Was I Born? Contour 4. Confirmation 5. When I Fall In Love 6. Donald Byrd Royal Flush P Hush 2. Jorgie's 4. Shangri-La 5.

Sputnik 2. Dewey Square 3. Strollin' In 4. Orbits session reel 2. Orbits master take 3. Footprints session reel 4. Footprints master take 5. Gingerbread Boy session reel 6. Gingerbread Boy master take 7. Nefertiti [ Just Squeeze Me 2. There Is No Greater Love 3.

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Grant Green - Django [ ] 4. Andrew Hill - Pumpkin [ ] Andrew Hill - Subterfuge [ ] Andrew Hill - Black Fire [ ] Andrew Hill - Cantarnos [ ] Andrew Hill - Tired Trade [ ] Andrew Hill - McNeil Island [ ] Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder [ ] Lee Morgan - Totem Pole [ ] Lee Morgan - Gary's Notebook [ ] Art Blakey - Free For All [ ] Art Blakey - Hammer Head [ ] Art Blakey - The Core [ ] Kenyatta DR15 0.

Eric Dolphy - Hat And Beard [ ] 2. Eric Dolphy - Gazzelloni [ ] 4. Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch [ ] 5. Andrew Hill - Refuge [ ] Andrew Hill - New Monastery [ ] Andrew Hill - Spectrum [ ] Andrew Hill - Flight 19 [ ] Wayne Shorter - Night Dreamer [ ] 2. Wayne Shorter - Oriental Folk Song [ ] 3.

Wayne Shorter - Virgo [ ] 4. Wayne Shorter - Black Nile [ ] 5. Wayne Shorter - Charcoal Blues [ ] 6. Herbie Hancock - One Finger Snap [ ] 2. Herbie Hancock - Oliloqui Valley [ ] 3. Herbie Hancock - Cantaloupe Island [ ] 4. CD53 - Wayne Shorter - Juju Wayne Shorter - Juju [ ] Wayne Shorter - Deluge [ ] Wayne Shorter - House Of Jade [ ] Wayne Shorter - Mahjong [ ] Wayne Shorter - Yes Or No [ ] Wayne Shorter - Witch Hunt [ ] 2.

Wayne Shorter - Dance Cadaverous [ ] 4. Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil [ ] 5. They're good songs, and good songs are fun to sing. You like Robbie Robertson? Yeah, yeah. I went and visited with him one day, when we were on the East Coast. And I really dug being able to sit down and talk to him.

It was just like that kinda stuff you do where you've never met anybody before, but you know what they do, and you respect them. We were both kinda there cause we'd been on that tour--we'd met before, actually--on that tour with Janis, that Canada thing.

We really got off on their music, of course, and they dug our music, 'cause really, they're kinda similar. We just have slightly different viewpoints of an almost similar trip. When I got together with him, we were talking on pretty groovy grounds, in terms of mutual respect and understanding. It was good. We talked about guitars, and pianos, and music Just a friendly scene. It's one of those things that some time in the future, I'd love to be able to spend some time and actually work with those guys, actually play music together with them, under some circumstances or another.

How would you describe his guitar playing? He's one of those guys who descended from Roy Buchanan and those Fifties Fender-pickers. I can hear where he's picked up a lotta his stuff. His approach to it is more or less orchestral. The kinda stuff he plays and the music, is like punctuation, and structural.

He's an extremely subtle and refined guitar player, that's the way I think of him. I really admire him. This is the Dylan LP I still listen to regularly. I have the note book on my desk in the bed room. It is beautiful, so simple. Whenever I have the chance to sit in fornt of a piano I'll play "Saint Augustine". I learned hmmm? This 2-CD set was previously available from Rhino Handmade at twice the price.

Also included is the single version of "Country John" and the complete live concert recorded in Philadelphia, which was recently released on vinyl for Record Store Day. The remastering is top notch. For fans of Mr. Toussaint this is a bargain - priced treat that will have you tapping your feet. Check Youtube video linked above. There are indications of guest appearances by Garth and Lee here. And the connections between Hopkins and the boys are plentiful: Norah Jones, Ollabelle etc.

Is it possible that our session discography is still incomplete? Trio had 3 well sold songs in the eighties Da Da Da I don't love you you don't love me. Remmler wrote all the lyrics, Krawinkel all the music. Peter Behrens died poor in Wilhelmshaven near Hamburgwithout work or friends, his body emaciated by heroin and alcohol. My prediction: Robbie will surprise and delight us by using a shot of him as a four-year-old on his tricycle on the back cover.

The picture looks like it was taken around ? It should help it shift a few more copies. And not once in all the 15 years I've been here have you ever been able to argue anything with me without completely twisting my posts around.

You are a sick, control freak. Go fuck yourself. I doubt any one else had difficulty with the humor or intent of my post to Kevin. There has been no correlation of the actual wording of my post to how you have presented it. You are doing a good job of proving my points about how you operate. Bill M certainly understood the point to the open shirt. He's a fabulous trombonist, though his choice of instrument means he'll never be a household name.

He would have played with Ronnie Hawkins somewhere between the departure of Robbie Lane and the Disciples in '66 and the arrival of the Ascots aka Crowbar in '69, when the lineup on the bandstand was exceptionally fluid. However, as a member of the Silhouettes with local greats Doug Riley, Steve Kennedy and Terry Bush when they were the houseband at Club Bluenote ca ', he would certainly have played with whichever of our guys showed up at the after-hours club to jam.

Re Robbie's photo, surely it's intended as a self-deprecating, campy joke - the mussed-up hair, the stoner eyes, the open shirt, the shiny vinyl jacket. My guess is that it was championed by one of the daughters. Oh Dad!! So many great songs on Dilate! One of my Ani favorites is To The Teeth which was a little later.

It has the great line about taking all her friends and moving to Canada to die of old age. You can't over estimate what her songs mean to certain people. Real live saving stuff in some cases. I saw the tour also where she opened for Dylan. I remember her doing a wonderful version of Most of The Time. She stole the show. She is a superb performer and has a great stage presence and can effectively relate to her audience. I see the same in RoseAnn. JT, thank you for the kind words. Greatly appreciated.

You were right about the Ani influence. I use to take RoseAnn to Ani concerts when she was still in grade school. She use to play Not A Pretty Girl when she first started performing.

She always had Ani lyrics on her bedroom wall growing up and when she moved to NYC for college painted them on her first apartment wall.

Her landlord was not happy. Ani always had the best fans. Very vocal and very supportive. Acrylic painted finish. With acrylic eye glass lenses. Includes 26 x 13 inch wood, acrylic painted wall-mounting plaque with base and steel name plate. NYC tomorrow. Subject: A little more on RoseAnn Fino What is truly noteworthy regarding RoseAnn Fino is her evolution as is obvious when one watches her and listens to her since The newer material with the band behind her 'brings her out front and centre' and establishes her vocals in the midst of excellent musicianship.

She is truly a band member while evoking an audience response through her presence on stage. This is what the stars do. She is destined. Thank you, Jon. I loved that story I saw Rick a few times during that DFA fist album period and he was in such great form Fine memories. Subject: Roseann Fino in the UK now! Watch the videos. I hope she comes to Canada soon. This is a major talent who has it all from where I sit. Having said that he did say Levon departed for an acting career?

Rick Danko never got a mention. I suppose he didn't have the luxury of this Website back then. I remember back in the late 80s or early 90s Alex Cox would tell us a bit about the film before it was shown on the BBC Moviedrome series. He was obviously a big fan of The Band. Subject: how is a trombone like an jaguar? Hawkins Finishing School.

Btw it was "The GB". Norbert chose the first one. I still prefer "The Basement". Hoiberg understandably closed this forum you are on now. Norbert joined her in maintaining her version of gb. This forum which had ment to be her fun after work turned to be a nightmare and she quit. After that Norbert - the hero who he is - wanted to save this place. He sent me in daily basis suggestions written in data language Pearl. We had our arguements. One of the best parts of my life, though!

My biggest effort was the green colour instead of the brown colour in the Menu bar. I was the debuty moderator for a while, too. A coward who I am, I quit. You'll get paranoid for less! His speaking voice is one of the great ones; his timing and inflections are those of a true storyteller. Amazon doesn't say. Rod Stewart didn't read his. Robbie's own reading would be a bonus. The diehards will know most of the stories but the great pleasure for me with "Testimony" will be reading the book knowing that they are Robbie's own words A great part of my enjoyment of Bob Dylan's "Chronicles" was knowing those were his words While I really only care what is on the inside, book covers do matter.

I would have preferred a picture of Robbie with a guitar in it. Women will be more drawn to the penetrating pose shot Subject: Testimony Hey Guestbookers - My dad just released this info today on his autobiography. Check the link. Thank you for sharing your incredible journey with us.

You have lead an amazing life! Please see link to her website. If anyone can attend or pass on info to someone who might be interested, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, please check out RoseAnn's new song Touch Me on her website. It was recorded in one day with 3 other songs that will be on her new ep coming out in July called An Airing of Grievances. If you like the song, please share. He could just as easily build a guitar as play one. He hot-rodded my amps, guitars, or anything he could get his hands on.

We ran together, double dated, and tried to stay out Album) trouble, sometimes unsuccessfully. He had an amazing gift for electronics and his amps had a powerful crystal sound.

Some years back, they were making a documentary on me and Pete and i met up at my mother's old house in Toronto. He still had that fire in his eye like he needed to figure out what to build next. If David Bowie or Prince need an amp fixed up in heaven, I can tell you they're in good hands now.

Thanks Thumper, for all the good times and wonderful memories. Dunc, we have some of them here too and they are beautiful right now in front Album) the house red ones and in the garden white ones. You can see performers who are still at the top of their game. Lou Reed over 50 years old was great. Van Morrison in a great band, with great musicians and backing singers, and happy was brilliant. The experiences above were enhanced because they took place in a beautiful hall with beautiful acoustics - where I'll see Gordon Lightfoot perform.

The evening will be a good theatrical experience, glass of wine etc. If his voice has gone, I'll celebrate his songs. I've only seen Bob Dylan play a theatre once, a brilliant experience where he interacted with the audience and he enjoyed the experience enormously.

The rest of his concerts I saw were arenas. Look at Peter Viney's reviews. I have been to great arena concerts - Leonard and the Stones, but I'm tiring of going to arenas. It starts with the effort of buying tickets, massive car queues, sitting on a school seat and ends with seeing the performer on the horizon.

Arena concerts are finished for me, I think. I built it years ago when I 'joined' this community. I look out on the many small Japanese trees and rhododendrons I planted a Magnolia Stellata, commemorating the Band, beautifully set in the middle. All around this small house. I remember winding up Steve and Abby about dung. Thanks for Little Pink, Norbert. Absolutely brilliant. Peter the V always championed the Band's career beginning with 3 great albums. Nolbelt: Thanks for the education.

I'm 40 pages into Don Tapscott's "Blockchain Revolution" - an excellent book thus far. As you may know, Tapscott is well-known as a technologist-futurist in this part of the world, but many years ago, in the sixties, he made an LP as part of a collective called Jeremy Dormouse. I like him better as a futurist. Answer: twenty years ago.

But what is the second best moment? When I was younger I studied martial arts, I was pretty good at it and got a scholarship in Japan. I was given the chance to learn and refine my skills with the Sohei Monks SM in a remote monastery. After a while I started to Uh Huh - Hank Mobley - Workout (SACD in those weekend fighting matches in and around Tokyo. I got sucked into a Japanese glitter-weekend-world, a fast world of gambling matches, karaoke, Japanese sports cars, sushi women, coke, Sake and beer stands.

After some three years I got a knee injury and was forced to stop fighting. It was a dark world of corporate malfeasance banking of big-business tax avoidance, multinationals depriving governments of trillions of dollars in tax revenues by harboring profits in offshore havens.

More and more I started to hate this whole phony money world and missed my pure Japanese monks dearly, the fresh sound of flesh, blood and bones in the morning in the beautiful foggy Japanese mountains. When in the Lehman Brothers Bank debacle happened, that became my breaking point. From that moment on I started to think about money, pure money honest and brave like the Sohei Samurai Warrior Monks on a cold Sunday morning. I did not like the notion of banks and bankers getting wealthy just because they hold the keys.

With my internet friends in two years we built the Bitcoin currency and it became a success. In I had other things to do and parted from the Bitcoin movement, some went on till today. I had done my thing and wanted to live a quiet life in the shadow of The Band thinking of my monk friends now. But success has many fathers and just a few days ago Craig Steven Wright an imposter came up and claimed he was me.

That made me mad and endangered my friends and Japanese monks so I choose to reveal my real alias: Satoshin San Nakamoto. This name was given to me be the Sohei monks, I was proud of that name and I used it to make Bitcoins, the libertarian money.

See those payment just as a try-out. Anyway this Bits block became famous as The Band Block. As the ultimate proof here the code of the first 50 Bitcoins ever made, the Genesis block. The ledger of the Bitcoin transactions, the block chain, my private key, my signature and the public key where Craig Steven Wright stopped, I begin. Satoshi will disappear again, thanks for being with me this moment. I've added it to the Band reviews page on my blog so you can see it. I recommend the tool at [My link] which provides a cost-of-living index for places around the world.

Bill M-Thanks for the link to the Pete Traynor obit. I didn't realize he had retired so early. He'll live on for me every time I turn on my aging Traynor GuitarMate amp, which has traveled many miles and only suffered one broken tube, a testament to the durability of his equipment that was mentioned in the article.

Peter V: thanks for the "Patsy Girl" link. A big hit with the Germans! I'm reminded that MacManus Jr. Give your head a shake! You'll feel better! Today I took my Ampeg bass copy in to be converted into a fretless. It's an Italia so not an exact copy but close enough My other bass, a 75 Gibson Ripper, started out fretless but I had it fretted. So have feel like I've completed the full circle. As I Driftaway again We were so used to covers on radio that labels like Embassy, Top Six, Avenue could release regular EPs with covers of hits and sell loads.

It was bizarre on radio. I've linked it above. Cod blue beat with dead Loss plus a genuine Jamaican band. A real oddity. Peter V: from your random thoughts yesterday the whole idea of live on-air recreations of current pop music seems completely bizarre to we who never lived it.

You can see why Album) radio was such a force. Elvis recounts how his dad would bring home handfuls of singles pushed on him by the corps, so he could learn the songs and, I think, teach them to the other dead-Lossers to sing them on radio. Things like pre-production pressings of "Please Please Me. Sorry Bill. I misread. You did give David credit. What can I say? Shea and Rae kind of rhyme don't they? Are you sure you didn't mean the late David Rea? Just wondering? I did indeed notice. That is a ton of perception of who's who on your part.

I seem to have missed the boat on even those I thought I recognized exception was Cathy. I wonder how that 'plaque evening' went? So, if you are going to continue to force artists to notify you when an infringing song is on YouTube, once an artist tells you that she wants her song taken off YouTube, you should keep it off. When the artist sends a "take down," it should be a "stay down. It's a farce. It has happened with my videos. It takes about 3 weeks for YouTube to service your application to register as a "content owner.

Then you apply to have it taken down, and four or five days later it is. Then an hour later someone else posts it, and you have to request a "take down" again.

Mr Azoff's "a take down means a stay down" is right. You exercise control over content when it is good for your business. I heard he often used Waterloo Station, and once mentioned a spectacular sunset to Ray, though admittedly that was near Manchester a year earlier. For a great simply recorded demo listen to Robbie's version of Twilight. Even if he was most likely playing Richard's piano at Shangri La with an engineer in attendance.

The other guy's sold their's back to Robbie at some point near the end of the band. As John D once said "I fell in love with The Bandnot their business practises" but let's not let a change in the marketplace streaming era, etc lead to a reevaluation of songwriting splits and then ridiculously only apply it to one band The Band in the rock n roll universe Ray Davies should have given Dave and all the other boys a songwriting credit on all The Kinks hits. David, so much for the 5 way split of publishing.

As I've pointed out, the royalties resulting from songs or songwriting equal two hundred percent. Back then it was not uncommon for publishers to get the whole hundred percent. Streaming is not a sale. It was a workaround to sales. It should have been prevented by law by all world governments until a proper renumeration was agreed upon.

At the time Albert Grossman also had a share in the company. So, we've gotten nowhere except fucking older. What the fuck took you so long to come around Rod?. Happy Mother's Day to the whole lot of you. She writes: "Pop legend has it that Gerry and I heard her singing around the house and said, "Stop!

We must record that voice! With one of her older sisters covering child-care, Eva often sang on our demos. Fuck, now you got me going. Rod, you just cracked me up. And made this entire exchange very worthwhile.

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It was worn around the neck and shoulders, either over the bodice of a dress or tucked into the bodice. Partlets worn over a gown tended to be black velvet or wool, while partlets worn under were usually fine white linen. Over partlet in black with white lining and gold trim all around. Black over partlet with white lining and gold trim at collar.

White partlet woven or embroidered with gold. Sure, it could be historically accurate. If the film is set in the s. Yep, same hairstyle as the movie! But notice how much older she looks here. Totally agree with this post- so much eye watering nonsense going on! Those partlets!? Going to go lie down now…. FWIW this looks like a travesty all around.

And Margo looks like Queenie from Blackadder. It really comes to something when a comedy is more accurate historically costume and even in the history except for the comedy situations than a so called historical film but it seems to be the fashion for actual historical films and TV to not be accurate and pretend they are.

No comments come to mind brain bleach, ya knowbut I have a question: Am I seeing things or in the Unknown English lady portrait by Hans Whatsisname, her boobs are in the middle of her torso? Or am I seeing things? I think the braids picture Not shown here offends me the most because its just so…unnecessary!

Oh well. I doubt I would notice the mistakes because my knowledge of 16th century clothes is just broad strokes. Also, is it just me or did they go to a lot of effort to make these mistakes.

Also, sleeves are my nemesis in sewing. So adding them to a partlet makes even less sense to me. She may be a fine actress and on stage it would not matter, but one tends to expect more realism from film, I mean people quite understandably get upset at Flora Robson playing Dowager Empress Tzu-Hsi in 55 Days at Peking.

Big difference. However, I think perhaps the point being made The White-Haired Ladies - Scott Marrs - Saturday Morning (CD) is that issue was taken here with the inaccurate hair colour on MQoS but ignored in the case of Bess of Hardwick. And European women in Asia, The White-Haired Ladies - Scott Marrs - Saturday Morning (CD). Addendum : My second paragraph would, of course, refer more to the 17th than 16th century. Ooh, The White-Haired Ladies - Scott Marrs - Saturday Morning (CD) sounds like it could be a really interesting book!

There was so much more going on in the world than this! I think a story like how a woman from east Asia negotiates a new life in early modern Europe has a lot of potential for being both really interesting and visually gorgeous — going from the surroundings. So many possibilities! Jeannie's Knees" - Diego Arnary by Scott Marrs Photography.

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