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HECKLER SPRAY 05.07.2007 07:07 AM

Dinosaur Jr - Beyond
I've got it, I 've got it !!!!
It's great.

Iain 05.07.2007 07:12 AM

The Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee - Two Bands and a Legend.

Phew, long title.

whorefrost 05.07.2007 07:36 AM


how is it?

jon boy 05.07.2007 07:50 AM


Originally Posted by Iain
The Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee - Two Bands and a Legend.

Phew, long title.

yes joe mcphee is exellent is he not?

i have the live at holy cross monestary and its fantastic.

MellySingsDoom 05.07.2007 07:58 AM

A Thrones compilation CD on Southern Lord. Earlier on I was grooving to some Atlantic soul. Bitchin'.

PAULYBEE2656 05.07.2007 08:00 AM

after all the nin and industrial music talk on here yesterday.. i pulled this one out an am groovin to it right now...

whorefrost 05.07.2007 08:10 AM

Starving Weirdos - Harry Smith

Toilet & Bowels 05.07.2007 08:55 AM


(it's Market Square by Charalambides)

_slavo_ 05.07.2007 09:00 AM

Geoff Mullen - The Air Between

superb record

screamingskull 05.07.2007 09:38 AM


Got up and went and bought it on CD and Vinyl this morning. I already have all the songs bootlegged off of the internet, but they are cleaner on this CD and they have been given different names for some reason??? Like 'Sticks & Stones' is now called 'Looking over my shoulder'.

It was worth buying a million times over just for a rare really early version of 'From a poison well' which is called 'First Timer' on the New Moon CD, it is so beautiful, even more so than the version he recorded later with different lyrics. Another highlight is "Seen how things are hard" a live version has only ever been available over the internet. There are some pictures of Elliott taken in portland, and one of him as a little boy which is really cute.

Rebecca Gates, Sam Coomes, Christopher O'Riley, and Sean Croghan write little messages about Elliott, and Larry Crane who is has all the power over the estate of Steven Paul Smith (Elliott) writes a message too.

It's nice, not as well put together or interesting as 'From A Basement On The Hill" but thats probably because i have heard al these songs a million times before.

Rest In Peace Elliott Smith.

Iain 05.07.2007 10:00 AM


Originally Posted by whorefrost

how is it?

I haven't given it a major listen yet but I like it so far. Muscular jazz interpretations of various songs, Louie, Louie and The Witch being particularly forthright.

whorefrost 05.07.2007 10:48 AM

I understand the liner notes were written by Mr Thurston Moore. It sounds quite cool and is on a sweet label.

I'm listening to disc 2 of Sails, my favourite Loren Connors moment

Savage Clone 05.07.2007 11:16 AM

"It Will Be New Miminokoto" by Koji Shimura and Junzo Suzuki, which Shimura kindly laid on me last night.
Excellent thus far!
Two of these tunes were written by the late Jutoku Kaneko, and I find them to be a beautiful tribute.
Highly recommended!
If anyone sees any of the Acid Mothers Temple shows on this tour, you can pick this up from him (he plays drums with them).

diggers 05.07.2007 12:26 PM

Cleaning the house to Fluke - Puppy

SYRFox 05.07.2007 02:52 PM


Inhuman 05.07.2007 03:09 PM


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HaydenAsche 05.07.2007 04:05 PM

Some random mp3s by the following:
The Faint
Xiu Xiu
Tokyo Police Club
The Unicorns
Dead Kennedys
Violent Femmes

Iain 05.07.2007 05:11 PM

Der Teenage Panzer Corps.

musicfallinglikesnow 05.07.2007 05:15 PM

Robert Wyatt - "Shleep"

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