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Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Minnie the Minx » 01 Nov 2023, 23:13

Good lord- how am I first??

Anyway - some bonus discs sent to me -thank you!!! Will listen on pending road trip!

The main deal though:

1. Sounds like some advert for something - unsure what - i think a spoof?
2. Dum Dum Dum! PEACHESSSSSSSSSSSSSS love it
3. Gosh, I like this - love the way it drops crazily in the first minute. Who hell is it though?
4. COOL JERK
5. Well this was the Rutles, but I don't know who did this version
6. I really like this but can't work out at all if it's an oldie or a newbie made to sound like an oldie
7. My favourite Cure song!
8. A pleasing cover of Wild Thing
9. GREEN SLIME!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
10. Is this song called hot sauce? No. Anyway, I do like it!
11. Guantanamera! But which version? I mean there are a million billion! But, it never loses its charm.
12. Now then, this is wonderful. Is it the Jesus and Mary Chain?
13. An instrumental with some nice fuzzy work on it. I like a bit of fuzz!
14. This sounds like it might be something approaching Amanda Palmer but probably not- or is it?
15. More soundbites...
16. NOW THEN! I fucking love this (hear it all the time, of course on radioand adverts) but I have never caught who it is! And now I can find out!

Thanks so much mixer! I must apologise for the shortness of my responses.My laptop is shit and dislikes playing a CD and allowing me to type at the same time and it makes mix club a grind at the moment. but I did really enjoy this disc and am so grateful for the bonus discs which are coming to come on a car journey. Now, to see if this laptop will burn my return disc!!
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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby pcqgod » 09 Nov 2023, 06:08

Minnie the Minx wrote:Good lord- how am I first??

Anyway - some bonus discs sent to me -thank you!!! Will listen on pending road trip!

The main deal though:

1. Sounds like some advert for something - unsure what - i think a spoof?
2. Dum Dum Dum! PEACHESSSSSSSSSSSSSS love it
3. Gosh, I like this - love the way it drops crazily in the first minute. Who hell is it though?
4. COOL JERK
5. Well this was the Rutles, but I don't know who did this version
6. I really like this but can't work out at all if it's an oldie or a newbie made to sound like an oldie
7. My favourite Cure song!
8. A pleasing cover of Wild Thing
9. GREEN SLIME!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
10. Is this song called hot sauce? No. Anyway, I do like it!
11. Guantanamera! But which version? I mean there are a million billion! But, it never loses its charm.
12. Now then, this is wonderful. Is it the Jesus and Mary Chain?
13. An instrumental with some nice fuzzy work on it. I like a bit of fuzz!
14. This sounds like it might be something approaching Amanda Palmer but probably not- or is it?
15. More soundbites...
16. NOW THEN! I fucking love this (hear it all the time, of course on radioand adverts) but I have never caught who it is! And now I can find out!

Thanks so much mixer! I must apologise for the shortness of my responses.My laptop is shit and dislikes playing a CD and allowing me to type at the same time and it makes mix club a grind at the moment. but I did really enjoy this disc and am so grateful for the bonus discs which are coming to come on a car journey. Now, to see if this laptop will burn my return disc!!


Ooops, just seeing this now. Will be back soon with the answers.
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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby pcqgod » 09 Nov 2023, 20:19

1. Sounds like some advert for something - unsure what - i think a spoof?

"That Thing You Do!" movie trailer en Espanol.

2. Dum Dum Dum! PEACHESSSSSSSSSSSSSS love it

3. Gosh, I like this - love the way it drops crazily in the first minute. Who hell is it though?

Short-lived early 70's American band Crabby Appleton

4. COOL JERK

5. Well this was the Rutles, but I don't know who did this version

The Pussywillows featuring singer April March from a Rutles tribute cd

6. I really like this but can't work out at all if it's an oldie or a newbie made to sound like an oldie

This is Condello aka Mike Condello, a singer active in the late 60's. I think Canadian?

7. My favourite Cure song!

As Lux Interior said, "you got good taste."

8. A pleasing cover of Wild Thing

Cathy Rich, apparently a Kim Fowley protege.

9. GREEN SLIME!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D

10. Is this song called hot sauce? No. Anyway, I do like it!

A popular song from Algeria remade in a much faster tempo by French band Mano Negra

11. Guantanamera! But which version? I mean there are a million billion! But, it never loses its charm.

Folk-lite group The Sandpipers

12. Now then, this is wonderful. Is it the Jesus and Mary Chain?

Yes! from a compilation of B-sides called Barbed Wire Kisses

13. An instrumental with some nice fuzzy work on it. I like a bit of fuzz!

A creation by a band called Zoo, probably just a studio only band of session musicians.

14. This sounds like it might be something approaching Amanda Palmer but probably not- or is it?

Austin band Happy Family, active in the mid 90's

15. More soundbites...

16. NOW THEN! I fucking love this (hear it all the time, of course on radioand adverts) but I have never caught who it is! And now I can find out!

"Hello," a 2010 single by Martin Solveig and Dragonette.

1. !Eso Que Tu Haces!
2. Peaches - Boys Wanna Be Her
3. Crabby Appleton - Go Back
4. The Capitols - Cool Jerk
5.Pussywillows - Hold my Hand
6. Condello - Oh No
7. The Cure - Object
8. Cathy Rich - Wild Thing
9. "Green Slime" trailer
10. Mano Negra - Sidi H'Bibi
11. Sandpipers - Guantanamera
12. Jesus and Mary Cain - Happy Place
13. Zoo - Fungus
14. Happy Family - Where's my Tribe?
15. "The In Sound" radio signoff
16. Martin Solveig & Dragonette - Hello


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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Nick Danger » 11 Nov 2023, 12:59

A well put together enjoyable mix has made its way to me.

1. Great start. Banjo, mandolin bluegrass goodness. The female vocal seems so familiar. Alison Kraus?
2. Southern country rock, love the bass. The rhythm section is the star here.
3. Power popish, reminiscent of the Raspberries. Another good one.
4. Unique voice here, all echoey/reverby with a touch of profanity. Not really connecting with this one but it's well done. Van Morrison enfluence is showing here.
5. Randy Newman? You don't here many juice harp solos. I like it.
6. Gentle loping female vocal, familiar sounding. I like this one a lot.
7. Country folk this time. Sounds like the McGarrigle sisters. Whoever it is this is a highlight. Love it.
8. Rockabilly! You can cut the reverb with a knife, always a good rockabilly touch. Love the guitar. Sounds like vintage 50s.
9. This one slinks along, high pitched vocal, kinda swampy. This one sounds vintage too.
10. Modern sounding singer/songwriter. This one kind of came and went each time.
11. Sounds like later period John Prine. The Dylan enfluence is shining through. Pretty good.
12. Singer/songwriter acoustic. Sounds British. Gentle delivery. I like the lyrics more than anything else.
13. Another highlight. Love this one and once again the voice sounds familiar. Good background choir.
14. Male/female duet. Not bad but it just didn't stick with me.
15. Great vocal with sparse accompanient. Interesting acoustic guitar, really sets a mood.
16. Whistling, hand claps (or board). Tasteful horns, the band is just really good. The vocal is ok but the musicians are the star here. I like it.

Thanks mixer, looking forward to the reveal.

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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Minnie the Minx » 12 Nov 2023, 22:00

pcqgod wrote:1. Sounds like some advert for something - unsure what - i think a spoof?

"That Thing You Do!" movie trailer en Espanol.

2. Dum Dum Dum! PEACHESSSSSSSSSSSSSS love it

3. Gosh, I like this - love the way it drops crazily in the first minute. Who hell is it though?

Short-lived early 70's American band Crabby Appleton

4. COOL JERK

5. Well this was the Rutles, but I don't know who did this version

The Pussywillows featuring singer April March from a Rutles tribute cd

6. I really like this but can't work out at all if it's an oldie or a newbie made to sound like an oldie

This is Condello aka Mike Condello, a singer active in the late 60's. I think Canadian?

7. My favourite Cure song!

As Lux Interior said, "you got good taste."

8. A pleasing cover of Wild Thing

Cathy Rich, apparently a Kim Fowley protege.

9. GREEN SLIME!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D

10. Is this song called hot sauce? No. Anyway, I do like it!

A popular song from Algeria remade in a much faster tempo by French band Mano Negra

11. Guantanamera! But which version? I mean there are a million billion! But, it never loses its charm.

Folk-lite group The Sandpipers

12. Now then, this is wonderful. Is it the Jesus and Mary Chain?

Yes! from a compilation of B-sides called Barbed Wire Kisses

13. An instrumental with some nice fuzzy work on it. I like a bit of fuzz!

A creation by a band called Zoo, probably just a studio only band of session musicians.

14. This sounds like it might be something approaching Amanda Palmer but probably not- or is it?

Austin band Happy Family, active in the mid 90's

15. More soundbites...

16. NOW THEN! I fucking love this (hear it all the time, of course on radioand adverts) but I have never caught who it is! And now I can find out!

"Hello," a 2010 single by Martin Solveig and Dragonette.

1. !Eso Que Tu Haces!
2. Peaches - Boys Wanna Be Her
3. Crabby Appleton - Go Back
4. The Capitols - Cool Jerk
5.Pussywillows - Hold my Hand
6. Condello - Oh No
7. The Cure - Object
8. Cathy Rich - Wild Thing
9. "Green Slime" trailer
10. Mano Negra - Sidi H'Bibi
11. Sandpipers - Guantanamera
12. Jesus and Mary Cain - Happy Place
13. Zoo - Fungus
14. Happy Family - Where's my Tribe?
15. "The In Sound" radio signoff
16. Martin Solveig & Dragonette - Hello


Glad you enjoyed.


Wow very interesting! Into the car it goes! Thank you so very much. Some really interesting stuff there
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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby The Fish » 14 Nov 2023, 11:53

Nick Danger wrote:A well put together enjoyable mix has made its way to me.

Always a pleasure

1. Great start. Banjo, mandolin bluegrass goodness. The female vocal seems so familiar. Alison Kraus?

The Lovell Sisters. I love this stuff like Krauss and Rhonda Vincent and figured you would too

2. Southern country rock, love the bass. The rhythm section is the star here.

You'd no doubt be surprised if i told you this was essentially the same act as the the first track !! There were three Lovell sisters, and when one quit the remaining two sisters changed style and rebranded themselves as Larkin Poe

3. Power popish, reminiscent of the Raspberries. Another good one.

One of my favourite power pop bands The Nines. Love the McCartneysque feel

4. Unique voice here, all echoey/reverby with a touch of profanity. Not really connecting with this one but it's well done. Van Morrison enfluence is showing here.

It is Van with Them. Al worth hearing not just Gloria and Here Comes The Night. Frightening to think he'd have been 19 maybe 20 at the time.

5. Randy Newman? You don't here many juice harp solos. I like it.

Great band The Bridge from the album National Bohemian. More than one band with this name so caution advised if investigating further.

6. Gentle loping female vocal, familiar sounding. I like this one a lot.

Audra Mae who I knew nothong about but noted she appeared on the recent Costello/Bacharach expanded edition which suggested she was worth checking out

7. Country folk this time. Sounds like the McGarrigle sisters. Whoever it is this is a highlight. Love it

Michael Martin Murphey or just Michael Murpey when this was recorded.

8. Rockabilly! You can cut the reverb with a knife, always a good rockabilly touch. Love the guitar. Sounds like vintage 50s.

The late Robert Gordon from the album with Springsteen's Fire. As you say all about the guitar here which is Link Wray

9. This one slinks along, high pitched vocal, kinda swampy. This one sounds vintage too.

The great if slightly bonkers Darondo

10. Modern sounding singer/songwriter. This one kind of came and went each time.

Thought you might know the song. Here done pop style by the Pearlfishers but a traditional folk song which also appeared on Pentangle's Cruel Sister album

11. Sounds like later period John Prine. The Dylan enfluence is shining through. Pretty good.

Sammy Walker. More Dylan than Dylan

12. Singer/songwriter acoustic. Sounds British. Gentle delivery. I like the lyrics more than anything else.

There is a strong traditional Candaian folk tradition mainly around Newfoundland/Nova Scotia. This is arguably its foremost exponent Stan Rogers

13. Another highlight. Love this one and once again the voice sounds familiar. Good background choir.

Criminally unkown Lori Burton. Just one album available whihcis a collection of singles B sides unreleased etc plus some tracks cut with group The Whyte Boots. Originally some success as songwriter and record producer

14. Male/female duet. Not bad but it just didn't stick with me.

The Wedding Present. Original jangle purveyors still going strong in 2023

15. Great vocal with sparse accompanient. Interesting acoustic guitar, really sets a mood.

The man who famously turned down Led Zeppelin and recommended Robert Plant instead Tery Reid

16. Whistling, hand claps (or board). Tasteful horns, the band is just really good. The vocal is ok but the musicians are the star here. I like it.

The Small Faces. The vocal is OK !?!?!? - That's the great Stevie Marriott, Each to his own I guess but i suggest you head over to Youtube, put All Or Nothing on repeat and say ten Hail Marys !

Thanks mixer, looking forward to the reveal.



1. The Lovell Sisters - All You Have To Say
2. Larkin Poe - Georgia Off Ny Mind
2. The Nines - Don't Be A Fool
4. Them - My Lonely Sad Eyes
5. The Bridge - Old White Lightning 95
6. Audra Mae - Lightning In A Bottle
7. Michale Murphey - Carolina In The Pines
8. Robert Gordon - The Way I Walk
9. Darondo - True
10. The Pearlfishers - Lord Franklin
11. Sammy Walker - Ragamuffin Minstrel Boy
12. Stan Rogers - The Jeanne C
13. Lori Burton - Since I lost Your Lovin;
14. The Wedding Present - We Should Be Together
15. Terry Reid - July
16. The Small Faces - Afterglow
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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Mike Boom » 20 Nov 2023, 22:51

Track 1
Nice energetic female led punk number from what sounds like a latino band?

Track 2
Female vocals, kinda modern sounding pop, pleasant enough slower number, nice melody and vocal

Track 3
Im So Afraid - one of the Macs very best moments, Lindsay Buckingham in full guitar hero mode, love it

Track 4
Very nice slice of Sixties pop , is this the Beau Brummells ? Very nice

Track 5
Awesome early Tull track, Beggars Farm from This Was. Wonderful of course with Mick Abrahams on guitar

Track 6
Modern sounding guitar band with Japanese vocals ? Energetic, perhaps a little over frenetic, but nice

Track 7
Another very sixties sounding pop song, have no idea who it is but very pleasant and laid back in that very sixties way

Track 8
Cherokee Reservation - Paul Revere and the Raiders - one of the very first singles I owned, we inherited a whole load of assorted singles from the girl next door when me and my brother were first getting into music. A very early favorite, know it by heart. Still love it.

Track 9
Sounds like more modern Japanese guitar rock, nice enough without grabbing me

Track 10
The Cascades - Rhythm of the Falling Rain, classic pop, love it

Track 11
Liking this more , the more I hear it, not sure who it is, but it has something, interesting

Track 12
Beautiful slice of 50’s pop, this stuff is right in my wheelhouse, wonderful vocals, the dont write em like this anymore.

Track 13
Nice modern indie sounding track, nice jangle going on with the guitars, like it

Track 14
Peter Gunn by the one of the most underrated guitarists on the planet the King of the Telecaster, the late great Roy Buchanan. Wonderful playing, wow, he kills it, great pyrotechnics to end , lovely stuff


Thanks Mr Mixer, nice combo of old and new tracks, mostly new to me, but with a few old faves

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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Nick Danger » 21 Nov 2023, 02:22

Mike Boom wrote:Track 1
Nice energetic female led punk number from what sounds like a latino band?

All female latina band Go Betty Go with Son Mis Locuras (2005)

Track 2
Female vocals, kinda modern sounding pop, pleasant enough slower number, nice melody and vocal

Til Death by Japanese Breakfast (2017)

Track 3
Im So Afraid - one of the Macs very best moments, Lindsay Buckingham in full guitar hero mode, love it

Me too.

Track 4
Very nice slice of Sixties pop , is this the Beau Brummells ? Very nice

It is the Brummels, love the haunting harmonica on this.

Track 5
Awesome early Tull track, Beggars Farm from This Was. Wonderful of course with Mick Abrahams on guitar

From the Live at the BBC sessions.

Track 6
Modern sounding guitar band with Japanese vocals ? Energetic, perhaps a little over frenetic, but nice

From the soundtrack of a Japanese anime movie.

Track 7
Another very sixties sounding pop song, have no idea who it is but very pleasant and laid back in that very sixties way

Traces - Classics IV (1968)

Track 8
Cherokee Reservation - Paul Revere and the Raiders - one of the very first singles I owned, we inherited a whole load of assorted singles from the girl next door when me and my brother were first getting into music. A very early favorite, know it by heart. Still love it.

Yep

Track 9
Sounds like more modern Japanese guitar rock, nice enough without grabbing me

All girl Japanese pop punk band StereoPony. (2009)

Track 10
The Cascades - Rhythm of the Falling Rain, classic pop, love it

I love it too, a well done track.

Track 11
Liking this more , the more I hear it, not sure who it is, but it has something, interesting

Northern Lights - St. Vincent

Track 12
Beautiful slice of 50’s pop, this stuff is right in my wheelhouse, wonderful vocals, the dont write em like this anymore.

This I Swear - The Skyliners

Track 13
Nice modern indie sounding track, nice jangle going on with the guitars, like it

Nashville based indie band Twen (2019)

Track 14
Peter Gunn by the one of the most underrated guitarists on the planet the King of the Telecaster, the late great Roy Buchanan. Wonderful playing, wow, he kills it, great pyrotechnics to end , lovely stuff

Underrated and underremembered, one of my favorites.


Thanks Mr Mixer, nice combo of old and new tracks, mostly new to me, but with a few old faves


Tracklist -
1. Son Mis Locuras - Go Betty Go
2. Til Death - Japanese Breakfast
3. I'm So Afraid - Fleetwood Mac
4. Laugh Laugh - Beau Brummels
5. Beggar's Farm - Jethro Tull
6. Rising Hope - Lisa
7. Traces - Classics IV
8. Indian Reservation - Paul Revere and the Raiders
9. Hitohira No Hanahira - StereoPony
10. Rhythm Of The Rain - The Cascades
11. Northern Lights - St. Vincent
12. This I Swear - The Skyliners
13. Damsel - Twen
14. Peter Gunn - Roy Buchanan

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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Mike Boom » 21 Nov 2023, 17:59

Beggars Farm Jethro Tull - From the Live at the BBC sessions
Great version, I might have to hunt that out

....and thanks again for the Girl Groups bonus disc, its a fave and has me hunting around for Vol 1 which I know I have around here somewhere ! :lol:

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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby The Fish » 27 Nov 2023, 10:02

Enjoyable mix from Mr Boom.....

1) I could be wrong but I thought I detected a NZ feel to the opening 5 tracks which made me wonder if I was in receipt of a famous Boom all kiwi mix. Obviously with what followed this proved not to be the case. In any case this is a really good start and I’m intrigued to find out who this is.
2) Continuing the same vibe, a bit more frantic but equally good.
3) Same again , a bit mellower
4) And again. I’m running out of things to say here but enjoying all of these so far
5) There may be some differences but you could tell me these are all from the same album and I doubt I’d bat an eyelid (I assume they aren’t) Really enjoyable run of tracks though.
6) Finally we get a mood change with some laid back female pop vocals. It occurred to me this could even be Alvvays and I did wonder if you considered putting Marry Me Archie on mix out of sheer devilment !
7) Very CSNY style vocals. This is great. Sounds a lot like Darlingside, a fairly obscure band I like a lot.
8) A real blast from the past. I assume this is Racing Cars who had the UK hit with this.
9) A long way from being my favourite Joni song but this is my favourite version of this above Joni and CSNY.
10) Don’t dislike this. The playing is fine and it is what it is 70s feel slightly proggy sounding blues rock mish mash
11) This is more an 80s vibe. Sure I’ve heard this before and feel I should know it. Moves effortlessly from disco to pop.
12) Interesting that this was recorded as part of the Hissing of Summer Lawns sessions according to Archives III and how easily it was adapted for the “Latin” side of DJRD. Great of course.
13) Speaking of “Great of course”………. Hats off to Roy Harper indeed (as always)
14) ….and the Go Betweens – Fabulous
15) Another surefire winner. What exactly was Punky’s Dilemma I trust he’s resolved it by now.
16) I’m always conflicted over Cat Stevens. Didn’t like this one much and not really a fan, but then you can’t deny songs as great as Father and Son and The First Cut Is The Deepest
17) Nice dreamy baroque folk tune to finish. This one’s bugging me. Sure I know that voice, I;m sure I’ll be going Oh of course it is when I find out.

Nice mix. Thanks
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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby Mike Boom » 27 Nov 2023, 16:26

1) I could be wrong but I thought I detected a NZ feel to the opening 5 tracks which made me wonder if I was in receipt of a famous Boom all kiwi mix. Obviously with what followed this proved not to be the case. In any case this is a really good start and I’m intrigued to find out who this is.

First up is actually Mr Joseph Henry "T Bone" Burnett III from the 1983 album Proof Through The Night and the Murder Weapon.
So not an all Kiwi mix but looking back on it the first five do come from a similar place, tho not intentionally and there is a couple of NZ tracks included


2) Continuing the same vibe, a bit more frantic but equally good.

...such as Track 2, Flying Nun stalwarts the Bats from Dunedin, NZ and The Black and the Blue from the 1991 album Fear of God

3) Same again , a bit mellower

Is actually New Yorks Rosewood Theives from their 2006 EP From the Decker House

4) And again. I’m running out of things to say here but enjoying all of these so far

Is actually Phil Spector last production job, the much maligned Starsailor and Silence is Easy

5) There may be some differences but you could tell me these are all from the same album and I doubt I’d bat an eyelid (I assume they aren’t) Really enjoyable run of tracks though.

From the Yankee Hotel Foxtrot box set Wilco and an early version of Im The Man Who Loves You

6) Finally we get a mood change with some laid back female pop vocals. It occurred to me this could even be Alvvays and I did wonder if you considered putting Marry Me Archie on mix out of sheer devilment !

Ha! good idea, but this is actually another Kiwi track , Dunedins The 3ds and the brilliant Beautiful Things

7) Very CSNY style vocals. This is great. Sounds a lot like Darlingside, a fairly obscure band I like a lot.

Have You Seen The Stars Tonite from Paul Katner from Blows Against the Empire

8) A real blast from the past. I assume this is Racing Cars who had the UK hit with this.

Yea, They Shoot Horses Dont They

9) A long way from being my favourite Joni song but this is my favourite version of this above Joni and CSNY.

Me too, Matthews Southern Comfort

10) Don’t dislike this. The playing is fine and it is what it is 70s feel slightly proggy sounding blues rock mish mash

This is folkies Mellow Candle and Lonely Man from the Swaddling Songs album

11) This is more an 80s vibe. Sure I’ve heard this before and feel I should know it. Moves effortlessly from disco to pop.

The Rosebuds and Get Up and Get Out from 2007

12) Interesting that this was recorded as part of the Hissing of Summer Lawns sessions according to Archives III and how easily it was adapted for the “Latin” side of DJRD. Great of course.

Indeed the demo version of Dreamland from Archives III

13) Speaking of “Great of course”………. Hats off to Roy Harper indeed (as always)

Yep Roy from Flashes from the Archives of Oblivion and Kangaroo Blues

14) ….and the Go Betweens – Fabulous

Yes the fabulous Go Between and When People Are Dead

15) Another surefire winner. What exactly was Punky’s Dilemma I trust he’s resolved it by now.

Ahh, another Boysenberry Jam Fan! Simon and G

16) I’m always conflicted over Cat Stevens. Didn’t like this one much and not really a fan, but then you can’t deny songs as great as Father and Son and The First Cut Is The Deepest

Pop Star, from Mona Bona Jackson

17) Nice dreamy baroque folk tune to finish. This one’s bugging me. Sure I know that voice, I;m sure I’ll be going Oh of course it is when I find out.

The wonderful Cotton Mather and Lily Dreams On which is actually from the Veronica Mars TV Soundtrack.

Glad you enjoyed it , was fun to compile.

The Murder Weapon T Bone Burnett
The Black And The Blue The Bats
Cold In the Country The Rosewood Thieves
Silence Is Easy Starsailor
I'm The Man Who Loves You (Lonely In The Deep End Version) Wilco
Beautiful Things 3Ds
Have You Seen the Stars Tonite Paul Kantner
They Shoot Horses Don't They Racing Cars
Woodstock Matthews Southern Comfort
Lonely Man Mellow Candle
Get Up Get Out The Rosebuds
Dreamland (Demo) Joni Mitchell
Kangaroo Blues Roy Harper
When People Are Dead The Go-Betweens
Punky's Dilemma Simon & Garfunkel
Pop Star Cat Stevens
Lily Dreams On Cotton Mather

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Re: Sep Oct Reviews

Postby The Fish » Yesterday, 08:23

Mike Boom wrote:The Murder Weapon T Bone Burnett
The Black And The Blue The Bats
Cold In the Country The Rosewood Thieves
Silence Is Easy Starsailor
I'm The Man Who Loves You (Lonely In The Deep End Version) Wilco
Beautiful Things 3Ds
Have You Seen the Stars Tonite Paul Kantner
They Shoot Horses Don't They Racing Cars
Woodstock Matthews Southern Comfort
Lonely Man Mellow Candle
Get Up Get Out The Rosebuds
Dreamland (Demo) Joni Mitchell
Kangaroo Blues Roy Harper
When People Are Dead The Go-Betweens
Punky's Dilemma Simon & Garfunkel
Pop Star Cat Stevens
Lily Dreams On Cotton Mather


Plenty of D'oh moments there. I own the T-Bone, Bats, Kantner, Mellow Candle, Wilco (original version only) and Cotton Mather (Kontiki album).

I own too many CDs !!!!!!!!
We're way past rhubarb


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