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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 30 Nov 2019, 04:46
by Six String
Doug Sahm.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 02 Dec 2019, 19:18
by Dr. Baron
SCREAMING TREES Buzz Factory

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 04 Dec 2019, 06:34
by Six String
A board tape Of a show I attended with Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson from 2002. Superb music.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 06 Dec 2019, 14:32
by Dr. Baron
SCREAMIN TREES Uncle Anesthesia

I liked this when it came out but it was totally eclipsed by what followed. Digging it again

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 06 Dec 2019, 14:39
by Jumper K
Still Baron wrote:SCREAMIN TREES Uncle Anesthesia

I liked this when it came out but it was totally eclipsed by what followed. Digging it again

Good man. I have started to listen to the earlier stuff myself. As an on the cusp crossover UA is fine but the production is weak the songs are there though, albeit the softer side of their repertoire. Disappearing is marvellous though.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 06 Dec 2019, 14:42
by Dr. Baron
Jumper K wrote:
Still Baron wrote:SCREAMIN TREES Uncle Anesthesia

I liked this when it came out but it was totally eclipsed by what followed. Digging it again

Good man. I have started to listen to the earlier stuff myself. As an on the cusp crossover UA is fine but the production is weak the songs are there though, albeit the softer side of their repertoire. Disappearing is marvellous though.


That didn’t take long! ;)
I remember thinking the production was muddy and kinda sucked back in the day. It isn’t as bothersome to me now.

I have a lot of time for moments on Buzz Factory as well.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 06 Dec 2019, 19:57
by Six String
The Essential Roy Orbison (Sony)
Two disc set of course. I'm thinking about doing his version of Drive All Night at karaoke. :o

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 07 Dec 2019, 06:16
by Six String
Mike Cooper -- Trout Steel (Dawn) reissue on vinyl by Paradise Of Bachelors
A jazzy folk album of the highest quality. I believe the John Taylor who plays piano is the jazz pianist but I don't know for sure. Doesn't matter as it is great music regardless. It has elements of jazz and some of it is free so an interesting mix with folk elements and psychedelia.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 08 Dec 2019, 03:28
by Six String
Prefab Sprout - Steve McQueen aka Two Wheels Good
Love this album.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 09 Dec 2019, 09:52
by Darkness_Fish
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Latin electronic stuff from Canada, which I can't get hold of a physical copy of. Lots of acidy squelchies and big bastard breakbeats.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 09 Dec 2019, 14:44
by Minnie the Minx
Hiroshi Yoshimura- Soundscape

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 09 Dec 2019, 22:30
by Six String
Claudia Lennear - Phew! (Warner Bros.)

Ry Cooder plays guitar on side one. Allen Toussaint composed half the tracks and playedon it as well. Funky good shit.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 11 Dec 2019, 14:21
by Count Machuki
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 11 Dec 2019, 17:35
by Minnie the Minx
Robert Wyatt - Shleep.

What a record.

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 12 Dec 2019, 03:32
by pcqgod
Fire - Could You Understand Me (Yugoslavia, 1973)

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 12 Dec 2019, 14:34
by Count Machuki
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 12 Dec 2019, 16:20
by Minnie the Minx
Vashti Bunyan - Lookaftering

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 12 Dec 2019, 20:03
by Six String
Jessica Willams - Billy's Theme (a dedication to Billy Taylor, a jazz pianist and educator)

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 13 Dec 2019, 15:43
by echolalia
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A rank obscurity? from the nineteen seventies. Sunny and laid back at exactly the right angle of inclination and lifted out of the ordinary by excellent and subtle arrangements, frequently Janschy guitar and great lyrics – ostensibly throwaway but with hidden depths.

And it has the wonderful



on it!

Re: NOW PLAYING.

Posted: 14 Dec 2019, 21:51
by Darkness_Fish
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Must've been a random CD purchase a few years back. "Amplified kalimbas, reverb-drenched guitars, catchy rhythms, vintage keyboards and psychedelic vocals invoke the holy trinity of tropicalism - Fela Kuti, Brian Eno, and Tom Zé, " reads the accompanying waffle. I'd say it's closer to "hotel elevator" and Ozric Tentacles.