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Mortte Jousimo 03.01.2011 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Pelle
I just listened to "Give monkey a brain...." and damn I liked it!
It was heavier than I expected aswell. :o


Yeah, they have some very `eavy stuff! But what I like the most in Fishbone is their large scale of styles: from heavy funk to light ska. And they have also some very beatiful songs like Black Flowers in "Give Monkey...". And their flirting with different styles is so natural, there are no big contrasts as for example Bad Brains have (hardcore punk/reggae, though I like Bad Brains also). And I think they are the most obscene for the "funk-metal" bands!

Dr. Eugene Felikson 03.01.2011 04:01 AM

 

sonic sphere 03.01.2011 07:21 AM

 

pad_023 03.01.2011 07:50 AM

 

stu666 03.01.2011 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
I simply don't understand......how is this in any way COIL related? As far as I can tell, none of these people ever recorded with COIL. I don't even find this recording listed in the COIL discography at discogs.

I did, however, enjoy the recording. Mostly because I was at work, very tired and didn't feel like hearing anything that required deep listening. Suzie Q is something else......the overall sound is very decent for such a thing.


It's a Japanese band called Coil, nothing to do with the UK band.

a-p a. niemi 03.01.2011 11:28 AM

M.A. Numminen: Wovon man nicht sprechen kann

stu666 03.01.2011 12:34 PM

 

SONIC GAIL 03.01.2011 12:40 PM

I know:)

hipster_bebop_junkie 03.01.2011 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
I simply don't understand......how is this in any way COIL related? As far as I can tell, none of these people ever recorded with COIL. I don't even find this recording listed in the COIL discography at discogs.

I did, however, enjoy the recording. Mostly because I was at work, very tired and didn't feel like hearing anything that required deep listening. Suzie Q is something else......the overall sound is very decent for such a thing.


As stu666 has mentioned, this actually has nothing to do with COIL. Only thing in common between this japanese combo and Jhonn Balance and company's band is the sharing of the same name. Sound-wise, they aren't in any way similar, either. I tried to point that out in my former post. By listing the line-up that performed that show, i thought i'd make it clear this was a different entity. My apologies, it seems i'm not very articulate sometimes. I think you might have been expecting something different from this recording. I'm glad you enjoyed what you heard, though.

So yeah, this ain't listed at COIL's discogs database, because it is a different band; and even if it were actually the COIL we are familiar with, i think it wouldn't be at discogs either, considering that it's not an officially released album, or even a bootleg that has circulated as a silver CD. This is actually a recording of a live performance taped by a member of the audience most likely with a DAT recorder, and i bet it came originally from dimeadozen, or a similar tracker. I wish i could have more info, but i've already posted all i've got.

stu666 03.01.2011 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by hipster_bebop_junkie
As stu666 has mentioned, this actually has nothing to do with COIL. Only thing in common between this japanese combo and Jhonn Balance and company's band is the sharing of the same name. Sound-wise, they aren't in any way similar, either. I tried to point that out in my former post. By listing the line-up that performed that show, i thought i'd make it clear this was a different entity. My apologies, it seems i'm not very articulate sometimes. I think you might have been expecting something different from this recording. I'm glad you enjoyed what you heard, though.

So yeah, this ain't listed at COIL's discogs database, because it is a different band; and even if it were actually the COIL we are familiar with, i think it wouldn't be at discogs either, considering that it's not an officially released album, or even a bootleg that has circulated as a silver CD. This is actually a recording of a live performance taped by a member of the audience most likely with a DAT recorder, and i bet it came originally from dimeadozen, or a similar tracker. I wish i could have more info, but i've already posted all i've got.


http://www.last.fm/music/Keiji%2BHaino%2B%2526%2BCoil

"The band are Keiji Haino [vocals, gtr, harmonica], Natsuki Kido , Takeharu Hayakawa and Eiji Tanaka . This is a fine DAT audience recording, never released before. Distributed as free MP3 download by Naughty Dog label (at least itís said so on the PDF booklet)."

hipster_bebop_junkie 03.01.2011 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by stu666
http://www.last.fm/music/Keiji%2BHaino%2B%2526%2BCoil

"The band are Keiji Haino [vocals, gtr, harmonica], Natsuki Kido , Takeharu Hayakawa and Eiji Tanaka . This is a fine DAT audience recording, never released before. Distributed as free MP3 download by Naughty Dog label (at least itís said so on the PDF booklet)."

I think i've never noticed before that the booklet stated where it came from.

Thanks for that bit of info. Much appreciated.

hipster_bebop_junkie 03.01.2011 01:38 PM

I checked discogs' listing on the Naughty Dog Label and found a bit more information about this Keiji Haino & Coil recording. Apparently, it was taped with a Sony D-100 recorder with Core Sound Binaural mics.

http://www.discogs.com/Keiji-Haino-C...elease/2493348

Thanks again, stu!

stu666 03.01.2011 04:29 PM

 


hipster_bebop_junkie 03.01.2011 04:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
Much thanks and appreciation stu & hipster. Just curious, do either of you know of any other Keiji Haino proper releases that include the style of vocals we hear on the Coil recording? Most of the stuff I'm familiar with from Keiji Haino is instrumental.


Yeah, there's an abundance of instrumental work by him. He seems to have love and deep interest in a huge variety of instruments and that gets reflected in his work. However, there are still recordings that actually contain actual songs, though his vocals are very versatile as well. Some records where you can hear Keiji Haino singing that immediately spring to mind:


This is a broad subject and i'm pretty sure there are many people on this board with better and bigger Haino collections than mine, but i still hope i'm able to lend you a hand. Maybe someone else would like to jump to this thread, and recommend even more stuff, that would be absolutely great.

stu666 03.02.2011 02:27 AM


 

Dr. Eugene Felikson 03.02.2011 05:21 AM

 

SYRFox 03.02.2011 06:24 AM

 

sonic sphere 03.02.2011 06:26 AM

 

Torn Curtain 03.02.2011 10:00 AM

George Harrison & friends - Concert for Bangladesh

SYRFox 03.02.2011 10:09 AM

 

amazing amazing mix


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