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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby never/ever » 21 Feb 2012, 19:43

She's one of those artists that got lauded in the Great Folkie Revival Of The Earlie Naughties when Vashti Bunyan made a return to people's consciousness with a reissue and a new album. Try Sybil Bauer next!
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby BlueMeanie » 21 Feb 2012, 19:45

never/ever wrote:She's one of those artists that got lauded in the Great Folkie Revival Of The Earlie Naughties when Vashti Bunyan made a return to people's consciousness with a reissue and a new album. Try Sybil Bauer next!


I had The End by Sybil Bauer lined up in my next 5!
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby never/ever » 21 Feb 2012, 19:46

BlueMeanie wrote:
never/ever wrote:She's one of those artists that got lauded in the Great Folkie Revival Of The Earlie Naughties when Vashti Bunyan made a return to people's consciousness with a reissue and a new album. Try Sybil Bauer next!


I had The End by Sybil Bauer lined up in my next 5!



You'd have my vote. Great track!
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby The Modernist » 21 Feb 2012, 20:03

The Linda Perhacs album is fantastic. The whole album is like that.

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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby McBastard » 21 Feb 2012, 20:16

TopCat G wrote:The Linda Perhacs album is fantastic. The whole album is like that.



I had a different track from the album lined up for my next five, but I won't be needing it by the looks of things.
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Spec » 22 Feb 2012, 10:58

I'd never heard this before and love it:


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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby dgs » 22 Feb 2012, 11:13

Spec wrote:I'd never heard this before and love it:




taken from his as if to nothing album, great stuff. I would recommend the piano works, if you don't already have it. He sits in the same space as Richter and Johansson, but a bit more "poppy"

http://craigarmstrong.com/2002/music/solo-albums/as-if-to-nothing/
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby funky_nomad » 22 Feb 2012, 15:14

dgs wrote:
Spec wrote:I'd never heard this before and love it:




taken from his as if to nothing album, great stuff. I would recommend the piano works, if you don't already have it. He sits in the same space as Richter and Johansson, but a bit more "poppy"

http://craigarmstrong.com/2002/music/solo-albums/as-if-to-nothing/

Please stop comparing Armstrong to the mighty Johannsson and the godlike Richter, David. Much as I like some of Armstrong's stuff, he's not in the same league and you know it. :P
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby dgs » 22 Feb 2012, 15:22

funky_nomad wrote:
dgs wrote:
Spec wrote:I'd never heard this before and love it:




taken from his as if to nothing album, great stuff. I would recommend the piano works, if you don't already have it. He sits in the same space as Richter and Johansson, but a bit more "poppy"

http://craigarmstrong.com/2002/music/solo-albums/as-if-to-nothing/

Please stop comparing Armstrong to the mighty Johannsson and the godlike Richter, David. Much as I like some of Armstrong's stuff, he's not in the same league and you know it. :P



i merely said space, not a direct comparison.
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby funky_nomad » 22 Feb 2012, 15:29

dgs wrote:
funky_nomad wrote:Please stop comparing Armstrong to the mighty Johannsson and the godlike Richter, David. Much as I like some of Armstrong's stuff, he's not in the same league and you know it. :P


i merely said space, not a direct comparison.

Nice attempt on the technicality... :ugeek:
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby B » 27 Feb 2012, 23:42

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Hot track for sure. By the way that single was recently reissued, look it up if you're interested! I first heard it thanks to a Messthetics compilation. Until now finding an actual copy (if you could) was not cheap.

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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby NickC » 28 Feb 2012, 18:20

That Cecil Garret & the Fascination's Bearcat is a stormer!
So is the Mitty Collier rendition of Little Walter's My Babe, but I already knew that.
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Corporate whore » 28 Feb 2012, 18:25

McBastard wrote:
TopCat G wrote:The Linda Perhacs album is fantastic. The whole album is like that.



I had a different track from the album lined up for my next five, but I won't be needing it by the looks of things.


She was on my 'long list' as well.

Our own John Mc introduced me to her music - fantastic stuff,
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Zilth Pilchards » 06 Mar 2012, 13:02

this album



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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby fange » 07 Mar 2012, 00:22

Cheers to G for bringing this little gem by the John Cameron Quartet to the light, loved it...

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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby The Modernist » 07 Mar 2012, 20:43

Thanks, it's a corker isn't it? It's parent album Offcentre is well worth a listen too.
I wanted to include one UK jazz dance type number and in the end it was between that one and this (which also features Cameron)


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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby fange » 08 Mar 2012, 01:28

^^

Thanks for the tips, G!
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Count Machuki » 15 Mar 2012, 02:29

my new favorite song, by way of buddhabrex:



YEEESSSS!!!!
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Buddha B-Rex » 15 Mar 2012, 12:07

Count Machuki wrote:my new favorite song, by way of buddhabrex:



YEEESSSS!!!!


Good man. Hotter than two rats humpin', bumpin', and thumpin' in a wool sock. That guitar comes in like soulvalanche.
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Re: Your discoveries?

Postby Insouciant Western People » 15 Mar 2012, 13:46

Spec wrote:I'd never heard this before and love it:



I've been a big Lemonheads fan for ever, but I only heard that for the first time around xmas 2010. I was at a very low ebb at the time, and for a couple of days I played that song on pretty much a constant loop for hours on end. It was one of the very few things at the time that brought me some comfort.

Spellbindingly beautiful and moving. It also illustrates nicely that Evan Dando is actually a rather good singer, on the quiet.
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