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Daily Musical Interludes

The Go-Betweens--"Right Here"
Prince--"Erotic City"
Blind Willie McTell--"Southern Can Is Mine"
Bessie Smith--"St. Louis Blues"
Blind Boy Fuller--"Truckin' My Blues Away, Pt. 2"


I don't much hold to modern pop/dance music, but I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this particular track (especially given the fact that I can't stand the artist & song that it was written by/about*):

Mike Posner - "I Took A Pill In Ibiza (SeeB remix)"


Prince--Controversy


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

On the suggestion of some people here,
The Trials of Vanoccupanther by Midlake

and then,
John Bany Originals


Stringtronix - Mind Bender

Don't know about mind-bending, but the string arrangements are rather lovely.


Ayreon - Universal Migrator, Part 1: The Dream Sequencer

I can't help it, I have an unhealthy attraction to really geeky prog.


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Bob Marley and the Wailers--African Herbsman


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Some Captain Beefheart


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Some Captain Beefheart

I've tried to get into Don Van Vliet and his minions. I really have. My partner has tried to get me into Trout Mask Replica and Safe as Milk, but... I just can't. It's inimical.


RadiantSophia wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Some Captain Beefheart
I've tried to get into Don Van Vliet and his minions. I really have. My partner has tried to get me into Trout Mask Replica and Safe as Milk, but... I just can't. It's inimical.

Seconded.


RadiantSophia wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Some Captain Beefheart
I've tried to get into Don Van Vliet and his minions. I really have. My partner has tried to get me into Trout Mask Replica and Safe as Milk, but... I just can't. It's inimical.

I like Captain Beefheart; I think it helps if you have a soft spot for free jazz and Howling Wolf (mixed together)


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Some Captain Beefheart

The drummer has decided to appear on live television wearing a pair of ladies' paisley underpants on his head. Good work.


Transdimensional Flight from the album Lost by (now-defunct) Osiris the Rebirth


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A compilation of '70s Italian prog and similar from Tuscany

I like jazz-rock. Pity me.


Limeylongears wrote:

A compilation of '70s Italian prog and similar from Tuscany

I like jazz-rock. Pity me.

My only real exposure to Italian prog (thus far) has been Premiata Forneria Marconi and Banco del Mutuo Soccorso.


Deerhunter--Microcastle


RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

A compilation of '70s Italian prog and similar from Tuscany

I like jazz-rock. Pity me.

My only real exposure to Italian prog (thus far) has been Premiata Forneria Marconi and Banco del Mutuo Soccorso.

Both fab bands :) I kind of prefer Banco, myself. Le Orme are also well worth checking out if you like either of those two.


And in honour of International Jazz Day, Infinite Sound - Spanish Tale

EDIT: And the Black Unity Trio - Al-Fatihah


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Kyuss - Blues For The Red Sun


Nic Jones - The Outlandish Knight

I cannot find the tune my parents used to use when they sang this one anywhere. I'm positive I didn't just make it up...


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I missed Int'l Jazz Day, but for today's

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch it's

Dexter Gordon--Go


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The Prodigy - Fat of the Land EP
Metallica - S&M

Mixed in with those are singles from .50 Cent, ICP, House of Pain, Johnny Cash, Real McCoy, Phil Collins, and Simon & Garfunkel. My tastes in music are utterly schizo.


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Bellowhead - Roll the Woodpile Down.

Today is a folky day.


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Black Flag - "My War (live)"
Baroness - "Chlorine & Wine"
Richard Shindell - "My Love Will Follow You" (Julie Miller cover)
Jets To Brazil - "Resistance Is Futile"
Jets To Brazil - "The Frequency"

Mastodon - "The Motherload"
The Nudes - "(Trunk Full Of) Zima"
yndi halda - "Illuminate My Heart, My Darling!"
The Action! - "I Don't Love You"
Rainbow - "Gates Of Babylon"

The Menzingers - "I Don't Wanna Be An A$#+&&# Anymore"
Pearl Jam - "The End"
Gojira - "Stranded"
Hot Water Music - "Drag My Body"
Elliott Smith - "Wouldn't Mama Be Proud"

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - "Takin' Care Of Business"
Jan & Dean - "Surf City"
Jerry Jeff Walker - "Long, Long Time" (Gary White cover)
Joey Cape - "I Must Be Hateful"
Def Leppard - "Armageddon It"

Alkaline Trio - "Hell Yes"
Sleep - "The Druid"
Kyuss - "Writhe"
Weezer, featuring Rachel Haden - "I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams"
Tesla - "Love Song"

Matt Pless - "My Idea Of Heaven"
Lila Ignite - "Memento"
Less Than Jake - "History Of A Boring Town"
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - "The Impression That I Get"
Lit - "My Own Worst Enemy"

Silver Crusade

Electronic & Chiptune artist Popskyy


Dolly Parton--"My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy"
Buena Vista Social Club featuring Ruben Gonzalez--"Cumbanchero"
Prince--"Party Up" (although you have to navigate past Jimmy Fallon)
Lonnie Johnson--"Low Down St. Louis Blues"
The Go-Betweens--"Bye Bye Pride"
J.J. Johnson--"Jay Bird"


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Disturbed - The Sound of Silence


Leslie West and Mountain's first LP "Climbing".


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Merle Haggard and the Strangers--Sing a Sad Song


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Zerah Sabah - İkimiz Bir Fidanız


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Van Der Graaf Generator

"MAAATHEMATICS! JUST SO WOW! IT BROOKS BELIEF!"

Peter, calm down


Hindi Horrorcore

Right. That's enough.


No, it isn't.

Grace Slick dressed up as a nun


Paris--Sleeping with the Enemy


Limeylongears wrote:

Van Der Graaf Generator

"MAAATHEMATICS! JUST SO WOW! IT BROOKS BELIEF!"

Peter, calm down

Peter Hammill's voice is just... I don't know, I think he sounds like the world is ending.

A Louse is not a Home from The silent Corner and the Empty Stage


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Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

Lesley Woods from The Au Pairs ended up a barristed; Terry "Tory Crimes" Chimes from The Clash, a chiropractor; Steve Ignorant from Crass, a lifeboatman.

I don't know what a lifeboatman is.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

Lesley Woods from The Au Pairs ended up a barristed; Terry "Tory Crimes" Chimes from The Clash, a chiropractor; Steve Ignorant from Crass, a lifeboatman.

I don't know what a lifeboatman is.

Dave Fenton from The Vapors and Lyle Preslar from Minor Threat both ended up becoming lawyers. Kira Roessler from Black Flag is now an Oscar-winning Hollywood sound editor.


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

Lesley Woods from The Au Pairs ended up a barristed; Terry "Tory Crimes" Chimes from The Clash, a chiropractor; Steve Ignorant from Crass, a lifeboatman.

I don't know what a lifeboatman is.

Royal National Lifeboat Association

On a completely unrelated note:

Mass Temper - Grave Digger

Super proto stoner rock.


Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Fats Navarro

I can't find the album I'm actually listening to on the internet, so you get this youtube mix.


Daily Musical Interludes

The Mekons--"Hard to Be Human Again"
Chromeo--"Bonafied Lovin'"
Red Norvo--"Hallelujah"
Bukka White--"Fixin' to Die"
Patti Smith featuring "JOHN CALE! JOHN CALE!--"My Generation"


Blackfield - Blackfield

If that's not complicated enough, the album's also called Blackfield.


The Kink Kontroversy


RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:

My favoritist album of all The Trials of Vanoccupanther by Midlake

I really can't explain why I like this, I guess it just hits all the good spots.
I like it because it's better at being mid '70s Fleetwood Mac than mid '70s Fleetwood Mac were.
Now you have me listening to Rumours.

Now I'm taping Rumours for in-car listening.


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Straight Outta Hogwarts

Gangsta wizards wear their seat belts, apparently.

Sovereign Court

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Straight Outta Hogwarts

Gangsta wizards wear their seat belts, apparently.

For some reason, made me think of this.

"Where my gerunds at?"


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Diablo Strings Orchestra... all of it.


Kim Il-Sung's "Sea of Blood" symphony, as performed by the Democratic People's Republic of [North] Korea National Symphony Orchestra.

...it's actually really good.


Shore Acres Drive - "Rapture"
Gyaos - "Gyaos (live)"
Jimmy Eat World - "Big Casino"
Brand New - "Seventy Times 7"
Tony Sly - "Flying South"

Department - "Brace For Impact (Break Effect)"
Department - "Great And Mighty (live demo)"
RMS Olympic - "Two Sweaters In Los Angeles"
Flipper - "Life Is Cheap"
Bridge Under Fire - "Alpackalips Now"


Sorry, I haven't been posting here as much lately. Prince going on to join Bowie and Lemmy in such quick succession has really floored me. I have retreated into my safe zone of older music lately.

There was the time when Twisted Sister was touched by Jethro Tull and Sabbath. Rock and Roll Saviors (also, influencing Slough Feg)

Apparently, Dee allowed Jay Jsy to sing every once in a while Can't Stand Still


Mark Oshiro reading 'Oppressed in the Butt By My Inclusive Holiday Coffee Cups', by Ultra Champ Chuck Tingle.

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