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Old 02.02.2012, 04:38 PM   #101
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Retribution Gospel Choir will be releasing a new EP in March:

New 7" Dropping in late March on SubPop!!! 4 finely crafted numbers that are sure to rock your socks off!

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Old 02.03.2012, 01:35 AM   #102
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"Monkey", by Low, as shown on The Playlist:
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This website offers some priceless information, which provides some context about a great chunk of Low's discography from "I Could Live In Hope" to their "In The Fishtank" collaboration with The Dirty Three (No info about "Trust" and all the other records that followed, nor about a great deal of their output of B-Sides, but it's still an interesting read if you'd care to check it out):
http://www.trustlow.com/backgrounds/all.php
This is actually from Low's old site (see the wayback machine at archive.org). They redesigned the site a few years ago or actually moved on to a new designer, or however you want to put it. And these sections were taken out of the site. The previous webmistress created a new site for it, as it's a waste to throw all that info in the trashcan.


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Jeroen van der Poel, the filmmaker, also has plans to do "something special" with Low when they visit The Netherlands in November. Konkurrent would be involved, but it all is only tentative at the moment since he doesn't have an official reply from the band yet. I wish i'd knew how to actually contact someone (or help him to) who might have the means to get things moving...
Is there any new news on this maybe? Checked on his facebook, but didn't see anything related.

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Anyway, here's awesome pictures of Low's show in Brussels, Belgium on November 24
So I was at his show, and recorded it. But I've been really screwing up lately, so it turned out with very soft volume. Don't think I'll ever share it as it needs to get a big amplification which introduces way too much hiss). But I might change opinion when I relisten to it in a couple months.


But what I meant to ask was:
have you checked out Eric's solo project yet?
http://www.youtube.com/user/ActualWolf01/videos
http://twitter.com/#!/ActualWolf
Alan and Steve are helping him recording his solo album, check the twit pics (dated Feb 1)

I hope you don't mind that I'm copying some of your news flashes directly to Low's mailing list, adding the tag "sponsored by Sonic Youth Gossip" :-D
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Pictures of Low at The Current's 7th birthday party:
http://blog.thecurrent.org/slideshow...birthday-party

Streaming audio of a very short interview by John Munson with Alan Sparhawk for the Current's "John Interviews" program in regards to songs that move him:
http://minnesota.publicradio.org/col...views_12.shtml

Hopefully The Current will have some material of Low's show at their anniversary party, although there is nothing there at the moment that would suggest that.

here's a short clip of Low joining the stage with Tapes 'n Tapes, playing Purple Rain:
http://blog.thecurrent.org/post/2012...-birthday-bash
don't think there's any other audio or video posted on their blog, unless I missed it
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Old 02.03.2012, 10:15 PM   #105
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here's a short clip of Low joining the stage with Tapes 'n Tapes, playing Purple Rain:
http://blog.thecurrent.org/post/2012...-birthday-bash
don't think there's any other audio or video posted on their blog, unless I missed it
Thanks for that clip, _tunic_. I would love if a recording of that show would surface. In addition to that cover of "Purple Rain", Low was also joined by members of Tramped By Turtles and Dead Man Winter on a performance of "When I Go Deaf", according to that review. I imagine it must have been pretty epic.

More pictures of that night here:
https://sites.google.com/a/koolaydiu...ert-images/low

http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeym...19362971/show/

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This is actually from Low's old site (see the wayback machine at archive.org). They redesigned the site a few years ago or actually moved on to a new designer, or however you want to put it. And these sections were taken out of the site. The previous webmistress created a new site for it, as it's a waste to throw all that info in the trashcan.
Yeah, It was a bugger that all this info disappeared when the official website changed in 2005 (I think). I was really happy to see that Catherine Lewis brought back all of that valuable information not too long ago, and by the look of things, she might have the intention of adding even more stuff sometime in the future.

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Is there any new news on this maybe? Checked on his facebook, but didn't see anything related.
I know Jeroen had some problems to get in touch with the band: His e-mails he sent to Alan in regards to his intentions about that show in Utrecht had not gotten a reply just a few days prior to Low's visit to The Netherlands in November. The band was on tour at the time, so maybe that's the reason why. I never knew for sure what happened, but I sort of came to the conclusion that it wouldn't materialize (probably due to the fact that I am a hopeless pessimist most of the time), and never asked Jeroen about it, until just now after seeing your post (I have sent him a message on facebook, hopefully he'll reply).

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So I was at his show, and recorded it. But I've been really screwing up lately, so it turned out with very soft volume. Don't think I'll ever share it as it needs to get a big amplification which introduces way too much hiss). But I might change opinion when I relisten to it in a couple months.
No matter if you actually torrent that one or not (although I'd be interested in it despite whatever flaws it might have), my gratefulness to you for all your efforts in regards to document through taping and distributing live recordings of Low and Retribution Gospel Choir especially, doesn't have any boundaries. I'd love to see them one day, but meanwhile, I do appreciate every live recording I can get my paws on, even if they are possibly just a vague representation of the live awesomeness (I certainly wish there were more in circulation).

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But what I meant to ask was:
have you checked out Eric's solo project yet?
http://www.youtube.com/user/ActualWolf01/videos
http://twitter.com/#!/ActualWolf
Alan and Steve are helping him recording his solo album, check the twit pics (dated Feb 1)

I hope you don't mind that I'm copying some of your news flashes directly to Low's mailing list, adding the tag "sponsored by Sonic Youth Gossip" :-D
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Yeah, I am aware of Actual Wolf and look forward to the record. I've been checking out his youtube channel constantly. Twitter not so much, as I don't have an account. I also keep track of his posts on facemook. Actual Wolf is going to be on The Playlist next week in case you are unaware (though it seems both of us aren't lucky to have a chance to watch this due to our respective locations in the planet), here's info stolen from his facebook, posted just yesterday:

Heading up to La Casa Del Sparhawk to record two new tunes for the Actual Wolf Band EP. "Turning 25" and "Cry, Cry, Cry"... Also, excited to start rehearsing that group next week in Minneapolis. YEAH!!!! Just a few reminders... I'll be playing on The Playlist Thursday February 9th @ 9pm. Then I'll be playing the Thirsty Pagan Solo on Friday February !0th. I'll be posting it in events this week. Can't wait to play with The Cavalier Crooks on Saturday at The Beat Coffeehouse in Uptown. It's an All Ages Show and it starts at 7:00pm. Proceeds from the show will help The Crooks to help fund their new recording. Please come out and support live local music.

The Cavalier Crooks, the band mentioned by him in that post, has an EP available on bandcamp:
http://thecavaliercrooks.bandcamp.com/

Both The Cavalier Crooks and Actual Wolf are booked to open for Retribution Gospel Choir at Turf Club in St. Paul, MN, on February 18th (I would hope that were the first of many shows with the three acts on the bill, that'd be awesome):
http://www.songkick.com/concerts/115...medium=partner

Actual Wolf covering Neil Diamond's "Cherry, Cherry":
http://soundcloud.com/clubhousestudi...-cherry-cherry


By the way, I would be crazy if I'd mind that you copy from here and then paste some of my posts over there. It actually makes me very happy that the information gets to reach more people that might find it relevant. And in any case, I'm not the source anyway.
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What it didn't materialize apparently was Low's performance at Later With Jools Holland. I would guess they would much rather showcase some damn high flying birds and chili peppers. Lame.
You're actually very close here, it was Noel Galagher. They might get a second chance, rumor said this spring.

Listening to the Christmas EP now. It's minus 15 Celcius and covered in snow here. But even in summer times, this is one of my favourite Low albums.

Those Cavalier Crooks are quite good, sounds even more like Cream than RGC does.
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_tunic_, I do hope it's true that Low will be on Jools Holland when they go back to the UK in the spring. I've seen some dull acts lately, that should change. Lana Del Rey has performed there, but not Low.

Yeah, "Christmas" is a great record no matter the context. Hope you are enjoying the winter. I've been watching European football today and sort of feel sorry that those guys have to play under those conditions. Brrrr.... It's kind of hot here in Mexico, but maybe I'll give "Christmas" a spin today as well.

I also found The Cavalier Crooks very enjoyable. Also, I think I read somewhere that Eric Pollard was recording something with another band from Duluth called Manheat, but I just can't find a link to prove it.

Anyway, a video of The Murder Of Crows' encore at The Amazing Grace last night, recorded with an iPhone is now up on youtube:
http://youtu.be/x_iKrD57Xp8
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Old 02.09.2012, 07:32 PM   #108
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Chris Lawrence taped Low's show in Vancouver on September 15th, 2011. His recording is here:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=393133

Or here (thanks to _tunic_):
http://www.archive.org/details/low20...ncouver.flac16
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The Playlist's special episode on Low is now available for streaming at:
http://www.wdse.org/shows/playlist/w...n-3-episode-18

Low benefit concert for Life House on The PlayList.
The band includes lead vocalist, songwriter and guitar front-man, Alan Sparhawk; Mimi Parker lends her talents on drums and vocals; and Steve Garrington adds rhythmic bass guitar and keyboard. Low’s music is often referred to as “slowcore,” a subgroup of the more widely known rock music genre. While the group isn’t a fan of that label, they were one of the first bands to adopt and popularize this music style. Discover the band’s roots, minimalistic approach to music and the personal stories of these talented musicians in this special episode of The PlayList.

This past fall, Low and Charlie Parr joined forces to raise funds, and awareness for homeless youth of the Duluth area. These two powerful forces offered a night of music in support of Life House, a local program that assists youth in escaping poverty, homelessness, and abuse. All proceeds from the concert directly benefited the lives of at risk/homeless youth through Life House’s “Adopt-A-Kid” Program.






Last night's episode was about Eric Pollard's Actual Wolf, should be up in about a week, I suppose.
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Low's John Peel Session, recorded in May of 1999, is available for streaming at BBC 6 Music's website (only for residents of the UK, apparently):
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00p2fl0

Please, if someone can rip the .mp3s and share them through Wetransfer or whatever, I would appreciate it greatly. The first song, "Liar" (not "Lair" as listed on the website), was formerly thought to be lost, according to Alan Sparhawk.

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Actually, I just went to take a look to trustlow.com and I'm now certain it wasn't "Liar" the one song that got lost from this session. According to Alan, they played also a version of "Last Breath" on that session, but it got erased by accident. In any case, "Liar" remains such a treat as it is still a rarity, I don't think there's evidence of Low doing many more performances of this song.
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Low's John Peel Session, recorded in May of 1999, is available for streaming at BBC 6 Music's website (only for residents of the UK, apparently):
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00p2fl0

Please, if someone can rip the .mp3s and share them through Wetransfer or whatever, I would appreciate it greatly. The first song, "Liar" (not "Lair" as listed on the website), was formerly thought to be lost, according to Alan Sparhawk.

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Actually, I just went to take a look to trustlow.com and I'm now certain it wasn't "Liar" the one song that got lost from this session. According to Alan, they played also a version of "Last Breath" on that session, but it got erased by accident. In any case, "Liar" remains such a treat as it is still a rarity, I don't think there's evidence of Low doing many more performances of this song.

here it is... http://www.sendspace.com/file/c2j9h2

btw I didn't read this post before I tagged the tracks so you will have to change the name of the first to Liar (I tagged it as Lair)
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Thanks a lot Stu!
I listened to it here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01bqthg
The next track played after Liars is a fine cover of Death Valley '69 (not by Low, but some other band).
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2002 Peel Session: http://www.sendspace.com/file/1eq9h0

2003 Peel Session: http://www.sendspace.com/file/waja4e

both mp3 any upgrade would be good....
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The next track played after Liars is a fine cover of Death Valley '69 (not by Low, but some other band).

I didn't see that, I'll have to check it out!
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I'll upload Low 2000-11-08 John Peel Session to archive.org (I've got .flac files). I've wanted to hear these sessions for years. Thank you so much, Stu!
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Old 02.11.2012, 05:28 PM   #117
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I'm now torrenting this:

LOW - John Peel Session, Maida Vale Studio 4, London, UK, November 8th, 2000 (FLAC) [lowtorrent]

Also uploading it to archive.org, will post the link to that as soon as it is ready.
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Old 02.11.2012, 07:37 PM   #118
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Okay. I think the upload to archive.org was successful. Anyone who downloads from there, please let me know how it goes. First time I've ever done this, and would do my best to fix things if something got flawed:
http://www.archive.org/details/Low20...1-08.fm.flac16
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When you can play the streaming audio, all went well. And I'm hearing it now
You could change the keywords if you want, by adding semicolons ( ; ) in between them.
As long as there's no spaces in the filenames, uploading to LMA works quite fluently. But with spaces in the filenames, they get removed, and then the md5 checksum fails because the files have been renamed ... Which is what just happened to me (I'm uploading a couple of Vic Chesnutts). So you did better than me :-)
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You could change the keywords if you want, by adding semicolons ( ; ) in between them.
As long as there's no spaces in the filenames, uploading to LMA works quite fluently. But with spaces in the filenames, they get removed, and then the md5 checksum fails because the files have been renamed ... Which is what just happened to me (I'm uploading a couple of Vic Chesnutts). So you did better than me :-)


Thanks, man. I didn't realize I messed it up with the keywords, but I'm gonna try to fix it. I'm uploading rappard's recording of Evangelista now (which I seeded to dime a few weeks ago) and then I plan to upload some installments of the Avantgarde Project that I have in my collection, and which aren't on archive at the moment.
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