Round 1 Match 9 - never/ever, gonna give you up

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Round 1 Match 9 - never/ever, gonna give you up

Postby PENK » 31 Jan 2016, 18:22

List A

The Motions - Wasted Words
Spacemen 3 - These Blues
Rheingold- Dreiklangsdimensionen
Lynn Williams - Don't be Surprised
Cockney Rebel - My Only Vice
Warm Ghost- Myths Of Rotting Ships
Speedy Keen - Someone to Love
Jo Lemaire & Flouze- Je Suis Venue Te Dire Que Je M'en Vais

List B

Jeanie Greene - Sure as Sin
Chris Stamey and the dBs - (I Thought) You Wanted to Know
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Painted Bird
Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta
Gene Clark - So You Say You Lost Your Baby
Objekt - Ganzfeld
David Ruffin - Each Day Is a Lifetime
Mick Ronson - Only After Dark
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby Uncle Charles Routine » 31 Jan 2016, 20:29

A has a nice Cockney Rebel track and a load of other stuff I either couldn't listen to (Motions) or didn't interest me much (Spacemen 3).

The Gene Clark in list B is the only one I'd heard already. Fortunately, much of the rest of the list (Ruffin, Ronson, dBs) is pretty good too.

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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby Polishgirl » 31 Jan 2016, 20:37

It started off being a close-run thing, but once I got to the Siouxsie (obv), Kendrick Lamar & Gene Clark,


had won me over.

I do like A's Rheingold, though...
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby Ranking Ted » 31 Jan 2016, 21:21

I'm really liking the way B is shaping up, some great Cup picks.


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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby toomanyhatz » 31 Jan 2016, 22:31

Nothing truly mind-blowingly great on either list (other than the Clark, of course), though B generally interests me more. The Cockney Rebel and Speedy Keene are the big winners from A, but it's not quite enough.
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby pcqgod » 01 Feb 2016, 00:04

Now these are clearly two of the best lists so far. I'm abstaining for now, as I hate to pick one over the other.
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby fange » 01 Feb 2016, 00:25

Two good lists here, strong selections with a good variety of sounds.
When i saw them i was leaning towards B, but after listening i think A has won me over. The Motions track was probably my least fave, but after that i enjoyed all of them quite a bit. That Lyn Williams is a very nice discovery, the WG track has a very nice vibe to it and does the 80s Gallic closer. Not much wrong with B, it's strong most of the way through too with lots of artists i like, but it doesn't surprise as much.

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Re: Round 1 Match 9

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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby The Write Profile » 01 Feb 2016, 04:03

B has a nice eclecticism that should see it through.
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby Darkness_Fish » 01 Feb 2016, 11:32

Interesting that two quite solid lists both have two absolute limp lettuces of tracks (Motions/Speedy Keen, Chris Stamey/Mick Ronson)

I almost plumped for B purely because of the Objekt track, and including something current in Ken and Rick Lamar, but I think A just nicks it. The Jo Lemaire, Rheingold & Spacemen 3 tracks were too strong for the opposition.
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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby echolalia » 01 Feb 2016, 13:09

I think


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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby Ray K. » 01 Feb 2016, 13:18

A is more my thing I think.

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Re: Round 1 Match 9

Postby The Fish » 01 Feb 2016, 13:39

Nothing I disliked on A particularly but no real wow factor anywhere and all a bit underwhelming. Didn't like all of B by any means but the twin big hitters of Clark and Ruffin see it home

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