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The Soup Nazi 07.29.2015 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Antagon


From a 2014 Wire article on St. Vincent:

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The gold standard for fucked up guitar solos in mainstream pop was set by Robert Fripp in the late 1970s and early 80s, when Bowie recruited him for "Heroes" and Scary Monsters. The earsplitting scree that disembowels a song like "Beauty And The Beast" still packs a punch, and finds a keen echo in Clark's own approach. This period of Bowie has a special resonance for her. "The most perverse solos that you've ever heard!" she enthuses. "Fripp's stuff on Scary Monsters, I could listen to that forever. Like on "It's No Game", his playing adds a total mania to a song that's already crazy! It's absolutely scary and evil, and it's awesome. He can be clinical and precise and clean and beautiful, but he can go to the far reaches of the universe as well."

Mortte Jousimo 07.31.2015 07:32 AM

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Originally Posted by pepper_green

Pink Floyd



Begin to like some Floyd?

Mortte Jousimo 07.31.2015 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by pepper_green
btw, ZZ top riffs are some of the hardest riffs you'll ever try to learn. sounds so good and smooth and easy like pouring milk blues, but goddamn!! reminds you that there is mystery in sculpting dusty diamonds from hand.

Somebody taught me how to play Enjoy & Get it on & Nasty Dogs & Funky Kings long ago. But I donīt think I have ever played them like Billy! Yes, his guitar working is really enjoyable to listen specially in the seventies albums!

Mortte Jousimo 07.31.2015 07:40 AM

I have really been excited about this band:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LoUl936ZKM

Keeping It Simple 07.31.2015 11:42 AM

Listening to this. Another brilliant track from a brilliant band. http://youtu.be/14gMgtGyH7Q

The Soup Nazi 07.31.2015 08:18 PM

 

Mortte Jousimo 08.01.2015 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by pepper_green
Ween - Quebec

I have to listen to Ween sometimes to keep my sanity.

:confused: as a young green pepper my reputation is pretty red! don't know how this happen unless you're trying to play wit mother nature. it's just wrong. we have DNA too.

let's make this redder:)--with tear drops.. do you really want to hurt me?:(

I donīt still even know how to give those red pimples to somebody. But if somebodies like to give them to me, just go on, I donīt care...

Mortte Jousimo 08.01.2015 01:38 AM

Willie Nelson: ...and Then I Wrote

!@#$%! 08.02.2015 01:08 PM

 


YO LA TENGO - POPULAR SONGS (2009)

super-mellow and great for sunday morning lounging

greenlight 08.02.2015 02:08 PM

 


just got a goosebumps listening to this 17 min. black metal/noise/drone track ("Die Hamletmaschine") from their 12" split with Oaken. just ordered it in physical form.

https://marnost.bandcamp.com/album/split-lp-w-oaken

The Soup Nazi 08.02.2015 05:01 PM

 


Careful with this one — this is aural Viagra. You've been warned.

Severian 08.02.2015 11:42 PM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi

Careful with this one — this is aural Viagra. You've been warned.


Oh fuck me, I thought you said "this is aural Vagina", which of course made me a little scared and a little excited.

Now I'm not sure what to think.

Severian 08.02.2015 11:50 PM

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Originally Posted by greenlight
 


just got a goosebumps listening to this 17 min. black metal/noise/drone track ("Die Hamletmaschine") from their 12" split with Oaken. just ordered it in physical form.

https://marnost.bandcamp.com/album/split-lp-w-oaken


Whoa!! I just listened to that Marnost track in full and dug the unholy hell out of it. I bought it before the songs was done (I actually paid, too... It's good of them to allow the track to be available for free, but when I can I like to pay a respectable amount for 17 minutes of incredible music.

Damn good. Thanks!

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 08.03.2015 11:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Mortte Jousimo
Willie Nelson: ...and Then I Wrote

willie Nelson's wallet is the one that says bad muthafucka on it for real yo

 

Im watching Alabama Shakes on Live From the Artist's Den thinking to myself this is a straight up Bad Bitch and imaging what an atomic explosion of blackness it would be if she played with Raphael Sadiq's band instead of those iron board stiff whiteboys

Mortte Jousimo 08.04.2015 12:58 AM

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Originally Posted by SuchFriendsAreDangerous
willie Nelson's wallet is the one that says bad muthafucka on it for real yo

 

Im watching Alabama Shakes on Live From the Artist's Den thinking to myself this is a straight up Bad Bitch and imaging what an atomic explosion of blackness it would be if she played with Raphael Sadiq's band instead of those iron board stiff whiteboys

Never listened Willie Nelsonīs much even I have liked him quite a long time. Just started his first album, but I think it will take quite a while to listen all his albums...

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 08.04.2015 02:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Mortte Jousimo
Never listened Willie Nelsonīs much even I have liked him quite a long time. Just started his first album, but I think it will take quite a while to listen all his albums...

I grew up on Willie Nelson.. his stage show is top shelf

Mortte Jousimo 08.04.2015 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by SuchFriendsAreDangerous
I grew up on Willie Nelson.. his stage show is top shelf

About great country music, are you familiar with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band?

Mortte Jousimo 08.07.2015 12:23 AM

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Originally Posted by pepper_green
I've always wanted to know more about the Nitty Grtty Dirt Band? what albums do you like? their name gives off an Allman Bros mixed with Charlie Daniels feel.

do tell, because I love the Allman Brothers.

Well, I think Nitty Gritty is little bit different than Allman Bros. They much more into country and not at all in southern rock (well they made version Buddy Hollyīs Rave On, so they have some rock stuff also). I think you should start in Uncle Charlie and his Dog Teddy. It was my first album and I think itīs still the greatest Iīve heard. First album, Ricochet, Rare Junk & Dream are also really good. Didnīt yet heard them all, soon going to listen their first "Will the Circle be Unbroken 3lp". I think you should stay way their "The Dirt Band"-stuff, also their eighties Nitty Gritty-albums. Theyīre much more mediocre than seventies albums. Havenīt heard any of after "Plain Dirt Fashion"-albums.

Really also love first allman Brother, Idlewild south, at Fillmore east & Eat a Peach.

Mortte Jousimo 08.07.2015 03:55 AM

Emmylou Harris: Elite Hotel

demonrail666 08.08.2015 02:24 AM

 


The Cramps - Off the Bone

Saturday morning, washing up done, sun out, start of the new football season, New Kind of Kick blasting out. All is right with the world.


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