July 31, 2005
I got nothing, I've been podcasting Left, Right and Center all week. Did a segue into Le Tigre's self titled album and worked out to some old Eminem, but that's about it.
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Was up all night, the three albums in repeated sequence:Belle & Sebastian Feeling Sinister;Cat Power You Are Free;Slowdive Souvlaki. About dawn added Idaho Year after Year
Loved Slowdive and Idaho; B & S were ok; Chan Marshall gonna require some effort I think
Listened to DCFC We have the Facts last week;first hearing I said wow golly geez incredible;second hearing made me wonder what I was hearing the first time. Just kidding, great record. I have my suspicions that organic music enhancers have not completely been abandoned by today's youth.
Speaking of which I have always listened to young people making music; Louis Armstrong stops for me at 1930; Muddy Waters and BB King only their 50s & 60s stuff. But I am thinking there may be something about today's indie crowd that will get on my nerves.
Posted by: bob mcmanus | Jul 31, 2005 4:54:24 PM
new transplants, and i picked upa couple of cd's at the warped tour that ive been trying to listen to. nothing groundbreaking, but its cool. you should check out gogol bordello if you like wild n crazy gypsy-punk
Posted by: almostinfamous | Jul 31, 2005 5:57:36 PM
Tosca, Nightmares on Wax,
only the early stuff - rinse & repeat...
Posted by: d | Jul 31, 2005 7:50:13 PM
for a new tune try nugs.net . free streaming and some free downloads , limited styles of music .
String Cheese is terrific , Trey Anastio , Jack Johnson , etc.
Posted by: Henry | Jul 31, 2005 9:10:10 PM
A friend gave me The Decemberists' Picaresque this week, I'm really enjoying it. The lead singer's voice reminds me of John Lennon a little bit.
Also been listening to one of my favorite ska albums, Catch 22's Keasby Nights. Great band, and they don't fall into the Reel Big Fish trap of being a ska band who only sing about being a ska band. The album is surprisingly dark for how peppy it sounds. They're at the 9:30 Club in D.C. on August 21st, incidentally. They put on a great concert.
Posted by: Matt F | Aug 1, 2005 12:51:03 AM
Buy Chutes Too Narrow
Posted by: Horatio | Aug 1, 2005 9:38:00 AM
Played music twice in the day -- Church service (nothing special) and rehearsal/jam with my sidekick. Worked on (mostly) folk songs, deciding which to use in an upcoming free gig (living-room musicians don't get many gigs, and living-room folk musicians get even fewer). Did "50 Miles of Elbow Room," "Take a Whiff on Me (Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue)," "Wind and Rain," "Oh, Death," and a few others. Informal but fun; the real work will come when we decide on the set list, instrumentation, etc.
Changed strings on two guitars and a mandolin, too, but that doesn't count as "playing."
Don't remember a single song I heard on a CD, the radio, or any other media. Must have heard something, but it didn't stick.
Posted by: Ed Drone | Aug 1, 2005 1:39:02 PM
Saw a piece on Al Green in yesterday's CBS Sunday Morning. So I surfed for some downloads of his stuff. Great stuff. The piece mentioned a new CD either out or coming out, so I'm going to buy it next time I visit the record store.
May I also suggest the reggae band Culture's "One Stone" Great album.
Posted by: Adrock | Aug 1, 2005 3:52:42 PM
Posted by: peter.w | Sep 16, 2007 10:59:51 PM
The change of our climate is, is not natural
Posted by: John | Oct 1, 2007 5:29:30 AM
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