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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby The Savage Young Gash » 14 Sep 2016, 23:42

Julius Eastman: the groundbreaking composer America almost forgot

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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby The Savage Young Gash » 15 Sep 2016, 22:58

Dogshit wrote:I'd like to say I;d never resort to bombs - but I;m not sure I can ever truly walk in those shoes


Dogshit wrote:I do find the inclusion of women unsavoury


Dogshit wrote:Did either Duck Dunn or James Jefferson change music irrevocably?


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby The Savage Young Gash » 15 Sep 2016, 23:07

Only 34 versions of "You Spin Me Round".
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Dogshit wrote:I do find the inclusion of women unsavoury


Dogshit wrote:Did either Duck Dunn or James Jefferson change music irrevocably?


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 20 Sep 2016, 14:23

For the first time today, I noticed that Joni's left hand on the cover of Hejira looks like an outsized prick busting from under the tarmac.
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 20 Sep 2016, 15:22

Minnie HA HA wrote:For the first time today, I noticed that Joni's left hand on the cover of Hejira looks like an outsized prick busting from under the tarmac.


Circumstantial?
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 20 Sep 2016, 16:03

Tom Waits For No One wrote:
Minnie HA HA wrote:For the first time today, I noticed that Joni's left hand on the cover of Hejira looks like an outsized prick busting from under the tarmac.


Circumstantial?


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Charlie O. » 20 Sep 2016, 22:33

I'm in the middle of Ronnie Wood's autobiography. On the plus side, there are some good stories (natch), he comes off as a guy it'd be fun to know, and it has a refreshingly un-ghostwritten quality. On the minus side, he really kinda glosses over the whole Faces era, and that pisses me off - I don't think he mentions even one of their albums by name... he mentions very few songs by name... he doesn't do much more by Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagen, and Kenney Jones than to mention them by name. And like most rock memoirs, especially those by former alcoholics/freebasers, it could have used a good proofreader/fact-checker.
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Count Machuki » 27 Sep 2016, 20:20

a high school buddy of mine is playing viola for Regina Spektor on the Colbert show tonight!
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Charlie O. » 27 Sep 2016, 21:05

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From the liner notes to Tony Mottola's Guitar Factory:

In his new album, Tony works over some of the current hit songs as you've never heard them before. He has also added a delightful tune he has composed himself called "Chewy Chewy Gum Gum," a children's chant that calls to mind Berg's "Hop Hop" theme from Wozzeck.
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Charlie O. » 05 Oct 2016, 05:24

On October 23, a street in Queens, New York will be renamed after the Ramones. Soon to be called Ramones Way, the street is at the intersection of 67th Avenue and 110th Street, in front of the main entrance of Forest Hills High School, where original members Johnny, Joey, Dee Dee, and Tommy Ramone all attended.

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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby The Savage Young Gash » 09 Oct 2016, 15:16

Why the Death of Greatest Hits Albums and Reissues Is Worth Mourning


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 09 Oct 2016, 17:02



We were listening to Marquee Moon last night and suddenly I realised where the Cardigans got this hook from!
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Charlie O. » 09 Oct 2016, 17:23

Minnie, Boss of Appropriate Posting wrote:

We were listening to Marquee Moon last night and suddenly I realised where the Cardigans got this hook from!

Never thought about that before! (Have you heard "Little Johnny Jewel"?)
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 01 Nov 2016, 13:37

I got the Night Moves Duran album the other day - the one with all the 12 inches on it. It's grand. I was playing Hungry Like the Wolf driving into work and realised for the first time that the noise that I always thought was a synth towards the end of the song that comes after Le Bon singing 'burning the ground' is actually a woman shrieking in sexual ecstasy with increasing enthusiasm. I can't believe I never noticed that!
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 01 Nov 2016, 14:41

Minnie Cheddars wrote:I got the Night Moves Duran album the other day - the one with all the 12 inches on it. It's grand. I was playing Hungry Like the Wolf driving into work and realised for the first time that the noise that I always thought was a synth towards the end of the song that comes after Le Bon singing 'burning the ground' is actually a woman shrieking in sexual ecstasy with increasing enthusiasm. I can't believe I never noticed that!


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 01 Nov 2016, 14:43

Are you being sarcastic OLIVER SHIT?
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 01 Nov 2016, 14:53

Minnie Cheddars wrote:Are you being sarcastic OLIVER SHIT?


Not one bit! I'm very surprised you never noticed it before. Maybe you're not as big a fan as you let on...
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Grey Error » 01 Nov 2016, 15:02

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Minnie Cheddars wrote:Are you being sarcastic OLIVER SHIT?
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Not one bit! I'm very surprised you never noticed it before. Maybe you're not as big a fan as you let on...


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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby Charlie O. » 03 Nov 2016, 06:36

I just heard a lo-fi bootleg of Van Morrison, in March of 1973, doing Christine McVie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love". Not as good as the Fleetwood Mac version (which had come out only a year before), but being a big fan of both that Van era and that Mac era, I was tickled to discover it. Offhand I can't think of another example of him doing such a "contemporary" cover... unless "Bein' Green" counts.
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Re: Random Music stuff thread.

Postby The Savage Young Gash » 07 Nov 2016, 13:37

Dogshit wrote:I'd like to say I;d never resort to bombs - but I;m not sure I can ever truly walk in those shoes


Dogshit wrote:I do find the inclusion of women unsavoury


Dogshit wrote:Did either Duck Dunn or James Jefferson change music irrevocably?



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