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That is Antibalas. Security is comprised of only a few tracks but clocks in at a normal length. It's filled with horns that both pucker and blurt, synths galore and a rhythmic madness that is always dedicated to the groove which is why Antibalas remains great. For all the new sounds and fresh ideas the band keeps everything revolving around that groove, never letting it get out of its site for even a moment. Like a cautious parent at Disneyland. Except Antibalas aren't particularly cautious, at least they don't come off as such, they just know what is best to serve the music.
As with the group's last album, Who Is This America? This record came out on Anti. Antibalas - Sanctuary. Labels: Thumbs Up. I've followed the band since getting turned on to their Sub Pop debut "Whatcha Doin", which blew me away. With catchy tunes, and killer fuzz, The Go would have fit in well with their LP) brethren circa They've since moved away slightly from the full throttle garage stompers to more mid-tempo rock songs. Heres a song: You Go Bangin' Onwhich is also available on their myspace pagewhere you can see their upcoming tour dates also.
Or Better yet, screw myspace and go to their own website. Labels: The GoThumbs Up. Check out whose driving cabs in NYC. So the Mets reader's of HBBB must be a pretty happy bunch while the Yankees fans around here are pondering their team's existence at the moment. Word is that the Yank brass may be getting trigger happy soon and there are a few heads in the barrel to shoot at though the most obvious choices to aim at really can't be blamed it's not like Torre or Gator created Murphy's Law, though the Cash-Master could readily be at fault for putting this staff together.
My favorite quote from this whole debacle, outside of all the amazing subtle threats to Pavano is Torre talking about the reserve pitching staff in AAA. He said something like, I knew we had a bunch of good players down there but I didn't expect to be seeing them all this year. Anyway, I sort of hope they don't ax Torre and install Bova, Girardi or Matts since this is a mess no one should have to inherit and Torre deserves to ride the season out with his boys.
Up to tonight is John Maine against some guy named Tyler Clippard 11th Yanks starter of the season who is making his major league debut tonight on national TV.
The pressure is on. Posted by No Name at PM 4 comments:. In the last few weeks a plethora of Warren Zevon material was released. Also reissued and remastered was the classic and near perfect Excitable Boy. The book is supposed to be pretty interesting and very revealing of the Zevon that not many people knew.
It's pretty killer and makes me sad that the man ain't here to rock like this. Here's Excitable Boy from that record.
It's been the album I have given the most listens to and oddly enough the second most listened to new album I can claim is Jarvis Cocker's Jarvis so if one of the Oasis guys decides to record and release a side project or solo album I'd may have a Brit-pop trifecta on my shelves. I'd read somewhere that Damon Albarn appears on an Allen record and planned on picking that up and thought I did.
Apparently though, I read the sticker on the album wrong and ended up purchasing an Afrobeat comp on Honest Jon's Records, Albarn's label, of tracks selected my him and his buddies while abroad.
Afrobeat is a lot like Reggae in that it is highly effective in putting you in a good mood and keeping you there. It's music that keeps your head bopping and body a grooving and you got to love that. Posted by No Name at PM. Dearest Readers, I come to you with exciting news from the land of upstate New York! All you post-college, post-tour, post-post folks who pretend that you never listened to Phish, never jammed out to dank, crispy board tapes, never jumped the fence to sneak in to a summer tour show listen up Rumors have been flying about former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio and his current whereabouts since his sentencing for a recent drug possession and driving violation.
He has been seen quite a few times in downtown Saratoga Springs, NY in the past month. I have been hired by the Hendo Bendo team to seek out as much information as possible, in the hopes that I can find the hero that is Trey.
My identity will remain secret as I cannot let my "inside sources" be known. No Starbucks for this star! Go Trey! Boo Trey -- skip the chain and stop by the Lyrical Ballad! Stay tuned for more Trey in 'Toga updates as the plot thickens! Feel free to share any intel you have in the comment section below Signing off, Kenneth Gaines.
Posted by Kenneth Gaines at PM 8 comments:. Ever seen Mary Poppins? There's a scene where Bert, Mary and the kids with a little magic jump into sidewalk chalk drawings and end up in a cartoon world where the animals dance and the merry go rounds come alive. So I got thinking while listening to something earlier today about a strange idea that reminds me of that.
If you could jump into a song or a world of songs by one specific artists what would they be? Desolation Row? I think you catch my drift. I'm working on a post cum essay about the music of Jackson Browne but wanted to post Take It Easy today because it's where my heads at.
One of my favorite things to do is bash The Eagles and I hate them because they recorded this song, denying Jackson Browne's version from being the famous one.
Hell, he wrote the thing so his should be the one anyway. The song is great though, and even if a shitty band like The Eagles cover it, they can't wipe out its' inherent magic.
Gotta love all that pedal steel too. Posted by No Name at PM 9 comments:. The Cobras have easily been one of my favorite bands the last few years. When you add the amazing vocals of Rachel Nagy, you get some really great records. However, I've seen the band live 3 times, and have left dissapointed each time.
At best, it was just a good show, not great, and at its worst it was uninspired. The energy level just isn't the same as it is on record, and the band has just seemed like they werent really into it. Needless to say, I was a little worried about what their new album would sound like. On first listen, I was not really blown away. It seemed like the band had lifted a little off the gas pedal. The song selection, which has always been stellar, didn't seem to highlight the band's strengths.
On further listens, the album has really grown on me. The overall sound is really great, with the band's sometime guitarist Greg Cartwright manning the controls. Whereas on previous albums, the ballads were some of the better tracks, I think the slower paced songs on Tied and True drag a little bit. Overall, the album is definetly worth a purchase, it's just not as amazing as their other stuff. Every once in a while, girlfriends do something that just knock you sideways with something amazingly cool.
That's just the way it is. They had to design a mock museum from start to finish, and they were able to choose the topic that their museum would focus on.
And while other groups in her class chose topics like The Rainforest which I'm sure was greather group decided to make a museum of punk rock now thats pretty sweet. If it were a real place, I would pay whatever fee they needed to become a lifetime member. The goal of the museum would be to document, archive, and celebrate punk culture, with a focus on the nascent punk scene in New York in the s.
The paper that they wrote is beyond overwhelming, but here a few good tidbits. Honestly there are too many cool things about this proposed museum for me to fit in here. Let's just say that this place would be absolutely amazing. How cool would it be if there was a place like the rocknroll HOF, but done corectly Nicely done fancypants. Posted by pasd at AM 4 comments:. Labels: ACPC. Wednesday, April 25, Grinderman. Someone decided to give Nick Cave a guitar and told him to rock. For his latest project, Grinderman, Cave hand-picked 3 members of his long standing backing band, The Bad Seeds for a scaled-down, return-to-basics rocknroll outfit.
When there was talk of Cave releasing a "garage rock" album, I was eager to hear it. With song titles like "No Pussy Blues", you know this one's a keeper. Also worth noting is that according to a recent interview in Harp magazinethis project marked the first time that Cave was open to any input whatsoever from bandmates on his lyrics. Here's the first track from the album, which along with a few others is also available on their myspace page : Get It On.
Posted by pasd LP) AM 1 comment:. Labels: GrindermanThumbs Up. Tonight Will Be Fine. My bookcase would tell you that. I've had a series of books written by David Halberstam scattered throughout that piece of wooden furniture that I was purposefully saving so that over the course of my life, I would have something worth reading.
Right now, there's a book about Vietnam, Basketball, the decline of this country's manufacturing force, a New York City Firestation, and the civil rights movement of the 's. But now there will never be another new book added to my shelf and in turn into my mind. Taking a look at the quote up top from Halberstam is paradoxical in a way. If the statement is a true one then David Halberstam defied it.
He won a Pulitzer early in his career for his Vietnam reporting for the New York Times and went on to a life of reporting. His topics were so vast but always interesting whether it was the rise of big media, the World Series or the decade of the 50's. And yet, he never became the story, never the main character in a Washington Post article about hobnobbing with his subjects.
More importantly for a guy who wrote numerous books, there is no accusations out there that he plagiarized or anything of the sort. These days that is pretty commendable. I think if I ever had chosen a career in writing non-fiction I would have tried real hard and I mean real hard to emulate a Halberstam-esque style.
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The Louisville sessions with co-producer My Morning Jacket auteur Jim James had already been booked, and LaMontagne had less than three months to get the new batch ready to cut. LaMontagne titled the album — his sixth — Ouroboros, after an ancient symbol depicting a serpent eating its own tail.
The new LP is his second straight collaboration with a kindred spirit. When the group went into the studio, though, a very different sort of album emerged — very different not only from all their other output, but even from anything else ever heard from anyone at that time. And, of course, the studio also allowed for far greater sonic clarity, putting these virtuoso players in a setting that shows off their masterful command of myriad timbres.
Remastered from the original master tapes. Includes download code. Limited edition of numbered copies. Macchi was born in Grosseto, Italy, inand studied composition, piano, violin, and singing in Rome with, among others, Roman Vlad and Hermann Scherchen.
He also studied literature and human physiology at Sapienza University of Rome. Along with Guaccero, Paris, and Antonino Titone, Macchi was among the editors of Ordini magazine, which appeared in He later became involved with the activities of the Settimane Internazionali di Nuova Musica of Palermo.
After his part, with Guaccero, in the founding of the Teatro Musicale di Roma, Macchi was one of the founders of Studio R7, an electronic laboratory for experimental music established in Rome in That same Dont Let The Sun Catch You Crying - Various - Sixties Mix 3 (Vinyl, he became a member of the Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, founded in by Evangelisti. Some of his most noteworthy soundtracks from this period, including those presented here, were released on the Ayna label, which gave him full artistic freedom.
The Nu Guinea duo, which formed in Naples and is based in Berlin at the time of this release, arose out of jam sessions melding synthesizers with instruments for a handmade sound that aims for a genuine quality over perfection.
How low can you go? Mastered and cut by Matt Colton. Edition of hand-numbered copies. He has since gained many fans around the globe due to a renewed interest in rock music from Southeast Asia.
Othman made his first recordings in Singapore in the early s, when he was invited to record with highly popular backing band The Rhythm Boys.
He produced innovative psychedelic rock well into the s and continued to evolve as a musician and composer throughout his exciting career, but always stayed true to his rock and roll roots, even when many other artists were turning toward more predictable disco influences.
His forceful, gritty, and emotional lyrics and vocals are backed by such memorable pop yeh yeh bands as The Rhythm Boys, The Wanderers, The Flamingoes, and The Falcons.
It is clear that Adnan Othman cares deeply about preserving the legacy of his fellow pop yeh yeh musicians; he devoted considerable time and energy helping to develop the previous Malaysian rock-focused release on Sublime Frequencies, Pop Yeh Yeh — Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia Vol.
Presented in gorgeous gatefold sleeve with full-size eight-page color booklet of text and photographs. Although Palestine has worked in an enormous variety of media, his long form performances for solo piano are perhaps his most acclaimed works.
Initially working with simple intervals such as octaves and fifths, Palestine gradually expanded the harmonic range of his piano performances over the years, while still retaining their ecstatically single-minded nature. Revisiting his signature piano style in after several years focusing on visual art, Godbear presents three distinct variations that demonstrate the development of his piano music after the classic recordings LP) the early s. Selecting illustrative works from the lifetime of a creative person is a daunting task; doing so with a singularly individual artist like Harry Partch is all the more difficult.
Even as duplicate instrumental ensembles are beginning to appear, and the original Partch instrumental resources have found a new home for performance and study, there is considerable value in returning to the many recordings he crafted over his lifetime of composition and performance. These are recordings that carry not only the stamp of the author, but his voice as well — Partch himself appears in every single track of this record, either as singer, instrumentalist, or both.
This remastered version of The Dreamer That Remains has never been available before and is making its first appearance in any format. An invaluable document for both Partch enthusiasts and neophytes! Limited to copies.
To mark the anniversary the band are embarking on a two year period of celebratory retrospective Dont Let The Sun Catch You Crying - Various - Sixties Mix 3 (Vinyl. Over the next 12 months Placebo will re-release their milestone albums remastered for the first time on high quality vinyl via Universal Music.
Produced by Jim Abbiss, the album finds Placebo segueing into a harder sound and exorcising the ghosts and demons of past relationships. Alfred would purchase songbooks and hymnbooks, and his wife Nettie would read the lyrics to him. Because the songs he learned from others did not always express aspects of what he was thinking, feeling, and experiencing, Alfred felt compelled to compose his own songs, and he was exceptionally talented in this endeavor — a craftsman with many things to say.
Relying upon his talent to generate money, he gave music lessons, performed at dances and various social and church gatherings, sold printed copies of his own lyrics, and, in andmade the commercial recordings included on this set.
Compiled by Ted Olson, a scholar, poet, photographer, and musician based in east Tennessee. Totally killer jazz-funk vibes with outstanding Tullio de Piscopo drumming to die for, and Oscar Rocchi on Fender Rhodes and organ accompanied by his colleague Giancarlo Barigozzi on flute and soprano sax. A fantastic album, featuring the best jazz-funk breaks for samples on side A and stellar experimental avant-garde jazz sounds on side B. Psychedelic and moody, and as beautiful as its original edition is rare.
Some tracks were used in and as soundtracks for Italian TV shows. Shocking and still underrated panoramic electronic lounge sounds spaced out by jazz-funk, dope funk breaks, and amazing electronic underwater effects.
Music inspired by the sea and islands for a total aquatic lounge trip. But LP) amniotic idyll is frayed and haunted at its edges, and ultimately treacherous. The return to innocence it promises may be possible, but the price is separation, alienation, and loss.
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