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Old 11.19.2019, 06:11 PM   #101
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Wow, 30 times......lucky you!

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which is partly the reason that I saw them 30 times since The Great Destroyer came out and didn't see their last tour.
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Old 11.19.2019, 08:43 PM   #102
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this is a splendid heavy rocking live version of Clarence White

So is this :

 


White and McGuinn "Traneing In" through "Eigh Miles High". Delicious.
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Old 11.24.2019, 11:18 PM   #103
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One of my great curiosities for 2020 is how @lowtheband will follow up their one-of-a-kind 2018 album "Double Negative."

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Collab with Bjork, first band to go to Mars (October), our mime EP, tour backing up Michael Buble, soundtrack for Sharknado 8, Steve’s solo bass record called “Back to Bass-ics”, Mimi running for president (official announcement in February) and Alan has started a cult.



Low will release a Mime EP, finally!!
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Old 01.27.2020, 06:11 PM   #106
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The new issue of Under The Radar (two covers: Sleater-Kinney and Angel Olsen) is a "my favorite album" special, in which a big amount of cats (64 in the print edition, 83 in total in the digital one) talk about their all-time favorite LP. Alan Sparhawk partook in these shenanigans, and while the magazine's website's announcement doesn't reveal the titles (fewer sales otherwise, you follow), he had this to say, in part:

"This whole record was this giant thing. It was the step further beyond Pink Floyd's The Wall, which had been the teen angst record that had been around a lot when I was the age when you start thinking, 'Oh, man. Life is heavy.'"

Under The Radar has disclosed this information online, so now it's A-OK to post it here :

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My Favorite Album: Alan Sparhawk of Low on David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
"Bowie was always cool. He was cool in the '60s. He was cool in the '70s. He was cool in the '80s."


I here was this book [sic ] that my father had called Making Music by George Martin, The Beatles' producer. My dad was a drummer in a country band and was also an aspiring singer and songwriter. I had heard Bowie casually on the radio, but I remember seeing this picture of them playing live in Japan [in the book], and it was the most gnarly rock and roll picture ever. It just left an impression on me. And I thought, "Well, I'm going to buy [The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars] if I can find it." Of course, there were a couple songs that I had heard casually over the radio, just being around as a kid. But this whole record was this giant thing. It was the step further beyond Pink Floyd's The Wall, which had been the teen angst record that had been around a lot when I was the age when you start thinking, "Oh, man. Life is heavy." But for some reason the Bowie stuff was grittier and nastier. There are so many facets about it, anything from Mick Ronson being a sort of mixed and controversial Mormon, not unlike myself. I keep running into things where I realize what I'm attracted to about music and what I think about on a social and artistic level was heavily influenced by that record.

I was 12 or 13 when I bought it. Later on, I remember getting the Bauhaus record when I went to college and connecting through their "Ziggy Stardust" cover. Bowie was always cool. He was cool in the '60s. He was cool in the '70s. He was cool in the '80s. He was cool in the indie scene in the late '80s. And then we had kids, and there was a while there where we had to play Ziggy Stardust four or five times a day in the car with our son when he was two and three. And Hollis, our daughter, even before our son, there was a good while where "Changes" was her favorite song. Bowie has always been there in many ways. I guess that record, just because it was the start and the strongest record, I still catch myself singing the songs, even just strumming through them. My daughter is in college now, and she probably knows half a dozen Bowie songs off the top of her head. I'd probably have to look at a chart.

There's something about his kind of whispery and mystical but also very deep singing style. There's a fantastical way in the things he sings about, and the way he delivers it sounds like a very wonderful storyteller. There's something childlike about the blurred gender that makes it easy to identify with maybe. Maybe as a kid there's something about his voice where, even though it's definitely an adult, it doesn't sound like an old person. It's something that even a child can trust about him. And if you trust someone as a child, you're going to trust them for life.

(Alan Sparhawk formed Low in 1993 with his wife Mimi Parker, whom he first met when he was just nine. The band's most recent album, Double Negative on Sub Pop, was one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2018. Portions of Alan Sparhawk's conversation have been abridged and edited for structure and flow.)

[Note: This article originally appeared in Issue 66 of Under the Radar's print magazine, which is out now. This is its debut online. For the issue we interviewed musicians and actors about their all-time favorite album.]

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Old 02.19.2020, 09:13 AM   #107
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This live session from 1996 is amazing
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Old 02.19.2020, 07:36 PM   #108
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Wait - they covered Toto's "Africa" in 2011? That's nuts! And way ahead of them Weezers.
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Robert Plant has covered another Low song with his new band: Everybody's Song
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thanks for the note! I do hope you don't have to be a registered member in order to watch it, because I'm not, we'll see ...

I uploaded that Low set to Archive.org: https://archive.org/details/low2004-..._wm-f46.flac16
Brings back memories of how much I liked Poor Man's Daughter. Low rarely performed it, there's only one other set with that song on LMA

Here's a stunning version of it by RGC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDum2coNe1g
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Coronavirus has claimed another legend today. Alan very recently had tweeted about LOW's song named after John Prine.

 
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