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Hee hee! Wrong thread, Kirth!

I haven't made it through the psychedelic cumbias in one sitting yet, but what I've listened to thus far rawks!!! (Or cumbias?


The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

[Yawns] but likes the monster armies.

Where the Buffalo Roam

Not as good as I remembered it, alas.


Moved on to the last third of the second Corum trilogy. Also pulled out the Mike Mignola Fafhrd and Gray Mouser comic series again which, conveniently ends right before the book where I left off--the wererat one--so I'm thinking I'll finish up Leiber after Moorcock and then, I think, it's back to Gaskell to finish up the Cija books.

Some great stories in the pirates book, of course. Maybe I'll post some of them later.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Golem - Orion Awakes
Ooooo... I quite like this.

I'm gonna see how many pages in a row I can make this the top post for.


One from The Black Goblin:

Om--Conference of the Birds


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Hawkwind--Doremi Faso Latido


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
I've never really dived in. Could never find their records, hadn't really thought about them after I discovered the internet. But I knew enough to namedrop them when I gave my comrade his first Michael Moorcock for Xmas.
Be sure to drop some Lemmy Kilmister references as well.

Yeah, he's well beyond that, telling me about how Lemmy got kicked out on their first North American tour, etc., etc. I think he watched a documentary or something...

In completely other news,

The B-52's Live, 1978


David M Mallon wrote:
Egg Hunt - "We All Fall Down"

Ooh! 7" Ian Mackaye hardcore blast from the past nostalgia!


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Also started reading Under the Black Flag which, alas, is not about anarcho-syndicalists nor Henry Rollins.


My local comrade went behind my back and got all into Hawkwind while I wasn't paying attention.

I've never really dived in. Could never find their records, hadn't really thought about them after I discovered the internet. But I knew enough to namedrop them when I gave my comrade his first Michael Moorcock for Xmas. Now, I go over his house and he's like, oh yeah, In Search of Space is pretty good but it lacks some of the nuanced depths of later work (or some such) and I'm all like, m#~@~@~$+*%~, you didn't even know who Elric was six months ago!

In Search of Space


Solomon Kane

I got bored and gave up.


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Re-reading the Gore essay, he talks about how after the success of the first Oz book, Baum (who had a background in theater) successfully adapted it to the stage and that, in Gore's opinion, many of the bad jokes and Dorothy's lapse into baby-talk was the influence of vaudeville and other stage-y stuff as Baum wrote them with the intention of adapting them to the stage (the female soldiers as a chorus line, etc.).

That may be the single worst sentence I've ever written, but I'm tired.


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Stream-of-consciousness-wise, for some reason that made me think of this sketch that I just saw recently.

Sorry for the derail (not!). I also loved all the Oz books as a kid. Don't know if I read all 40, but I read a lot of them.


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Tacticslion wrote:

I've gone all the way through chapter - what, five? six? anyway, the most recent one - which fully finished off the first "story arc" and, I have to say, it's marvelous.

Yes, I think I'm going to spend the rest of my yuletide gift card on getting as many of these as I can.


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Hmmm. Well, it's beyond a paywall and he must have added to it after '77 because the version in my copy of United States: Essays 1952-1992 has, like, five pages before it gets to the beginning of the essay as shown. Wow, there's some great bits in here, I feel like typing....


Last time I talked about The Unwritten, volume 2, I never finished it.

I re-read both volumes since I posted last and they remain a veritable treasure-trove of LXG-style bibliophile porn. Last volume ended with a huge bit about Jud Suss.

Am definitely moving back to Corum next.


Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares


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I'd suggest more drugs.


1) Rushmore
2) Stripes
3) The Life Aquatic
4) The Razor's Edge
5) Where the Buffalo Roam

Bonus non-Bill Murray clip


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Last time I was depressed to the point of incapacity, I was thirty years old and spent a month in bed reading Gunter Grass's The Tin Drum which was also about a 30-year-old.

It didn't help at all, lemme tell you.


Male Goblin Paladin 7/Teamster Steward 2/Inquisitor 1

Huzzah! Second jobs suck! What were you doing?


Limeylongears wrote:
Over the past fortnight, I've been listening to Echoes by AR and Machines over and over -


Finished A Study--damn Mormons!--and am undecided between Moorcock, comic books and communism. Decisions, decisions.


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SmiloDan wrote:
Have you ever checked out A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman?

No, I haven't done any Gaiman. I think Kajehase, maybe someone else, publicly scolded me last time I said that.

The snobby completist in me turned up my nose at my cheapo cheapo Anderson find, I tried to restart the second Corum trilogy (interrupted by thieves, dear fans may recall) but the print was real small and it was late at night, and I thought to myself, I've been meaning to re-read all the Sherlock Holmes tales, plus there's lots of the original illustrations from Strand (?) Magazine, so...


I was torn whether or not to do The Broken Sword and I couldn't find the next volume of Draper, so instead I started A Study in Scarlet. Which, again, I haven't read in 20 years.


Thanks, Kirth!


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"A lot of people think that the only reason you listen to vinyl is because the sound quality is better; that's a common misconception. The real reason that you listen to vinyl is that listening to vinyl makes you better than people who don't listen to vinyl."

Link


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Golem - Orion Awakes
Ooooo... I quite like this.

I'm gonna see how many pages in a row I can make this the top post for.


Old Boston indie act:

Big Dipper

that I'm mainly posting to use up the last post on this page so I can get to


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Ghost--Hypnotic Underworld


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David M Mallon wrote:

Also, though I'm not *listening* to it right now, my second demo EP just dropped this morning. Both of them sound like s@~~. Very punk rock.

1. Second Effort EP

2. Just Fine EP

Oops, missed this before. Good job, Eldritch Mr. Mallon!


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Whenever I suggest that my hetero life partner go to the doctor, he just looks at me and goes "Quack quack quack!"


Actually "ignore it and hope it goes away" is a pretty time-worn way to deal with physical ailments, too.

Stereotypically men, but I remember I knew a woman who ignored a growth inside her (how she knew it was there I don't recall) and when it was finally removed it was the size of a tennis ball.


Limeylongears wrote:
Magic Potion by the Open Mind

Woah.

[DJdD]Woah[/DJdD]

[Cues up whole album]


Male Goblin Paladin 7/Teamster Steward 2/Inquisitor 1

Woops, just saw this now. No problem, Patrick.

I don't see why not, G-man. Talk to you when you get back. Have fun!


I haven't seen much of this show, but I was over my buddy's house and I saw a picture of David Cross playing D&D and I might have climaxed then and there. I loved it, my buddy loved it, and even my buddy's wife loved it.

Huzzah!


Aaron Bitman wrote:
Between other reading projects, I've been continuing the "Jeeves and Wooster" canon. I finished Very Good, Jeeves; Thank You, Jeeves; and Right Ho, Jeeves; and I just started The Code of the Woosters

Wow. That's quite the 180, Aaron!

As for me, I'm starting to think I'll never read another book ever again. [Cries]


Kajehase wrote:

If we're doing hip hop I'll just leave off my favourite:

Jurassic 5 - Concrete Schoolyard

Dug out Quality Control for MP3-listening at work.


Limeylongears wrote:
Over the past fortnight, I've been listening to Echoes by AR and Machines over and over - Ooh, we love you Achim! - in between digging DA/The Black Goblin's stoner rock finds.

To make the loop more self-contained, I think The Black Goblin is finding them by clicking on other WPZO links and following the youtube recommendations. Huzzah!


Hawkwind


Mack Sigis Porter

Again


And, though the magic of the internet, I can remake the original 4-track EP debut of Orchid, Through the Devil's Doorway

Into the Sun
Eastern Woman
Son of Misery and No One Makes a Sound done live


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drunken_nomad wrote:
Kadavar - Doomsday Machine

Got over the hetero life partner's house and he wuz listening to Abra Kadavar


RainyDayNinja wrote:
The Swiss Family Robinson. I spent that whole book just waiting for the pirates to show up; as it turns out, that was an invention of the movie.

I didn't even get that far. Page after page of them finding stuff to eat...bohr-ing! I didn't even get to treehouse. Assuming there even was a treehouse in the book...


Pontic Hemshin Music (I'm not exactly certain what that means, although I did gather that "Hemshin" means Turkish Armenian.)

The Wu-Tang Clan--"Gravel Pit"

Kenickie--"Nightlife"


[Bubble bubble bubble] with Tricky's Pre-Millennium Tension


RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Golem - Orion Awakes
Ooooo... I quite like this.

I'm gonna see how many pages in a row I can make this the top post for.

Hey, so I was reading the story behind this record and then somebody in a comments section was all like "Bullshiznit! This record was made in 2003 by a bunch of Bevis Frond-listening hippies at Terrastock!" (which they held in Boston once, and I narrowly avoided being propositioned by a pretty hawt older woman and her much, much older husband--I know, I know "what about 'goblins do it in the streets'?", leave me alone).

Either way, it's still badass.

(I'll make a Bevis Frond post later, maybe.)


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The more pinkskins I meet, the more I love my cat.

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