In Sideme - "Apparition" (cover)
Nirvana - "Something In The Way"
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
You can never go wrong with checky jackets and Rickenbackers. Or:
Man's version of QMS's version of this tune is better than QMS's version. I think. You may disagree.
Item by item response:
Mose Allison--"Parchman Farm" Back in the day, Mose did an interview with a black newspaper from NY on the phone. "How was it to be one of the first Afro-American to graduate from LSU?" the interviewer asked. "Uh," replied Mose, "there's something you should know..."
I only saw Ghost one time and I was quite drunk. They started rattling on about "Free Tibet" and I started yelling at them until Damon and Naomi (formerly of Galaxie 500) asked me to leave. Vive le Galt!
The third link, unfortunately, "contains content from UMPG Publishing and EMI, one or more of whom have blocked it in your country on copyright grounds." Bastards!
Dick Brave and the Backbeats: Walk This Way
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
I only saw Ghost one time and I was quite drunk. They started rattling on about "Free Tibet" and I started yelling at them until Damon and Naomi (formerly of Galaxie 500) asked me to leave.
Naomi looks exactly like my Mum, circa 1965. Not interesting, but true.
Been listening to a bit more Blue Cheer - later albums, which have their moments like this
And this, which represents a 180 degree change in direction if I ever heard one...
The Baseballs: B$*~&Reminded me a bit of Jan & Dean, or someone like that... Liked it!
Nothing to do with John Parr, or the horrific martyrdom of a much-loved Sesame Street character.
Not sure how this'll go down :)
I kept having this nervous feeling that "Candy Shop" was going to morph into gay porn. And I kind of wanted it to...
Please excuse me while I heterosex back up.
Zombie frame of mind ...
Zombie - Not really zombie music, but it's expected, so it's here
+1 for Tom Lehrer...
Did someone sample this in the early/mid 90s, or am I making it up?
Apologies for the quality (or it may just be my speakers) - Grooveshark version Here.
EDIT: I really, really, want this album now. RIGHT NOW!
I'll have to check out the Beeb link when I get out of work, but I have fond memories of listening to a tape a co-worker had made of Marc Riley on the radio waxing nostalgically about getting shiznit on by Mark E. Smith.
Which brings us to: Bingo Master's Breakout which, I think, has Marc on it.
EDIT: Nope, too early.
Wait a second...I just figured it out. Limeylongears is a) British; b) a [redacted]; c) he used to play in a prog band. I've seen through your disguise, Longears, and I will unmask you before all of Paizo. You are, are you not, Robert Wyatt?!?
Oh, waitaminnit, his mom looked like Naomi Yang in 1965--hmm, well it's still possible.
I'm on to you, Bob!