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- 05/01/17--22:09: Marc Vallee Trio - Hamadryade (2003)
- 05/01/17--23:29: At The Drive-In – in•ter a•li•a (2017)
- 05/01/17--23:40: Endless Boogie – Vibe Killer (2017)
- 05/02/17--03:05: ERKKI KURENNIEMI (1941-2017)
- 05/02/17--04:16: La Cerca – Sunrise for Everyone (2014)
- 05/02/17--04:20: JENTSCH GROUP QUARTET ένα κάπως ασύνηθες τζαζ πακέτο
- 05/02/17--04:29: 313 Música sin usura 01-05-2017 los acuerdos de Illinois
- 05/02/17--04:36: Heaters – Baptistina (2016)
- 05/02/17--04:57: The El Caminos – Behind The Surf (2016)
- 05/02/17--05:36: Don Bryant – Don’t Give Up On Love (2017)
- 05/02/17--05:46: The Paladins – New World (2017)
- 05/02/17--07:01: Waterson-Carthy - Common Tongue (1997)
- 05/02/17--07:01: Waykis - The Secret Of The Andes (1998)
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At The Drive In has a history of surfacing when rock and roll needs them most. At a time when boy bands and and teen pop largely ruled over popular music, 2000’s Relationship of Command helped usher in a new wave of interesting, innovative rock and roll into the mainstream. Much like Nevermind nearly a decade prior, Relationship was one of a small handful of epochal records that signified a musical sea change in the early oughts. It was hard not to listen to ATDI circa 2000 without thinking, This is the future.
But the future was short for the post-punk renegades. Relationship of Command was an inspired fit of highly sophisticated musical chaos, but its makers were ultimately done in by that same mania. The band went on hiatus at the peak of its popularity in March 2001, the end result of a molotov cocktail of relentless touring, excruciatingly physical live sets, creative differences, and drug abuse. Fans waited for the hiatus to lift, but as months turned into years, the break became a break up.
Now, 17 years, two bands, and a few reunion tours later, ATDI are back to take another stab at the brass ring. in•ter a•li•a, much like Relationship, arrives at an uncertain time for mainstream rock. In today’s fragmented musical landscape where genre labels no longer do anyone justice, rock music doesn’t have a corner on the market the way it once did. So in•ter a•li•a is met with the question of whether or not ATDI can save rock music from its perceived last rights … again. It’s unlikely, even if the album’s more than a solid effort.
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Aaron Burr’s attempt to seize the Texas Territory for his own dominion has beguiled composers ‘n bands for ages. Allegedly Aaron Copeland’s ‘Appalachian Spring’ was originally entitled ‘Blennerhassett Spring’ til Martha Graham had a snit & threatened to tell his socialist pals he was active in the Lavender Mafia, the fuckin’ witch. But hey, it went on to win a Pulitzer Prize. Lowell George supposedly had a concept album in the can (aka, ‘Carolina Parakeet’) what was all about it, then Neon Park said he refused to draw a bird sportin Burr’s noggin, so George ended up makin ‘Thanks I’ll Eat It Here’ instead. Then died not long after. Now that’s just a damn shame! And so this fascinatin’ tale of (alleged) treasonous expansion would end up in limbo until Endless Boogie took up the quill & recorded this new, inspired masterpiece entitled, ‘Vibe Killer’. It’s like a history lesson plundered deep outta the archives of Straight/Bizarre.
Our story opens w/a jowly narrative enunciated by Top Dollar (as Aaron Burr) callin’ out all them sissy Dem-Rep blaggards, letting ’em know he’s on his own path. Naturally what follows is some tasty sun zoom riffage a’tween TD ‘n The Governor and the wiley Sweenhound, backed solidly by the Razo/Druzd rhythm union. In fact, through the whole of this opus, Druzd effortlessly marshals through the sonic undertow while Razo rudders his bass like a brilliant pulse in a spasmodic vortex. Top Dollar, the aforementioned Herr Sween & The Governor gnash, morph, crystallize while the jams flow; it’s ‘Mirror Man’ bum-rushin’ ‘Pretties For You’. Before ya know it, we’re at track 5 (‘Back In ’74’) where the plot ostensibly takes us to a memory’ve Burr enterin’ college, but is surreptitiously more about the year Top Dollar gave up on Grand Funk in favor of Josefus. You’re followin’ all of this, right? So as we amble into the ether of this brilliant opus, we can surmise by title 6 (‘Jefferson County’) the end is near. Burr (aka, Top Dollar) reflects on everything from Wilkinson’s betrayal to the excellent meals while in captivity at Fort Stodden, then suddenly, NO, it’s him, Top Dollar-with full Endless Boogie heft-soarin’ high above the hobo fires that flicker along the bank’ve the Ouachita River, drownin’ out forever the simperin’ harmonica bleats’ve tryranny. It’s almost enough to make you wanna smoke a ham. Friends & collectors, Endless Boogie have never not occupied the Catbird Seat. Winners gonna win, yo. They, like Aaron Burr himself, understand manifest destiny & no amount of port nor Madeira will take them down. Shit, might as well bring the sherry too. Who knows, maybe your mom’s a fan.
https://hailumergia.bandcamp.com Filed under: Ethio-Jazz, Groove, World Music Tagged: 1978, Ethio Jazz, Groove, Jazz World, Wede Harer Guzo, World Music
1962 - o Kurenniemi είναι ο δεύτερος από αριστερά (στην παρέα και ο Stockhausen, δεύτερος από δεξιά)
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“Pop-wise, we tip our pointed little heads in the direction of La Cerca’s grooveworthy little gem, touching on Galaxie 500 in places.”
~ Magnet Magazine
Kerri Leigh • Novocaine, Vol. 1 Жанр : Country Rock/Pop Страна : USA (New York) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:37:50 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.
La electrónica nos marca el camino de los enemigos reales...o no.
Recorremos la geografía y sus músicas.
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TIME AND TRACK LIST
01.-00:01:18 ian boddy & erik wollo - frontiers
02.-00:10:57 david wright & carys - ocean to stars, pt. 1
03.-00:16:36 david wright & carys - ocean to stars, pt. 2
04.-00:24:42 ian boddy & erik wollo - vista
05.-00:28:33 craig armstrong - rise
06.-00:34:32 jo hamilton - think of me
07.-00:39:31 spare planet - deflections
08.-00:43:41 spare planet - polyvinyl capital
09.-00:47:04 lumberjack - thin white page
10.-00:51:58 eberhard weber - bath
11.-00:56:19 darcy james argue's secret society - never a straight answer (feat. adam birnbaum & dave pietro)
12.-01:04:59 richard dillon - papillon
13.-01:07:27 darcy james argue's secret society - who do you trust
14.-01:13:13 richard dillon - moonrise
15.-01:17:20 felicia farerre - you never know
16.-01:23:30 frances luke accord - on the road (ft. liz chidester)
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“Baptistina” glimmers to a greater degree than anything Heaters have previously unleashed, a full-spectrum sheen that shines across the full panorama of righteous reverb riots. Heaters are in full control of their machine from the opening, looped-lunacy of “Centennial” to the final crash of “Seafoam,” forty-six minutes later – and yet the result of this increase in control can be heard as a willingness to crash their ship completely. But have faith in the pilots – Heaters are living for the next ride.
“Centennial” rides the wave effortlessly, setting the tone for the album in full, hovering in the atmosphere above strutting, Bolan-blasts of riff-rock-lift-off perfection before letting the edges drift and blur, exploring the gravitational pull of less solid ground. Taking the first three songs of “Baptistina” – “Centennial,” “Ara Pacis” and “Orbs” – together is to take the sacrament of a singing, searing psych-rock sinfonia, an expertly-constructed breed of amplified surrealism, framed by the tight corners and unmistakable electric glory of what was once known as rock and roll. It doesn’t matter thatHeaters are not trying to answer the musical question, “What if Grand Funk Railroad got really into Flying Saucer Attack?”; what matters is that the answer is there for the taking.
The album’s centerpiece may very well be “Garden Eater,” a perfectly prepared prescription of the relentless sonic schizophrenia in which Heaters deal so effectively. At nearly eight and a half minutes, it’s about twice as long as anything that appeared on “Holy Water Pool,” giving ample room for the band to spread their sound into broad, bold new dimensions – hypnotic, Hawkwind-hued chanting harmonies, anyone? – without ever detaching from the very root of their sound. It’s perhaps no surprise that the following track, playfully named “Dali,” would be a throbbing reminder of the persistence of memory, given its Silver Apples-esque flavor precedes the perfectly placed flower-power-pop of “Mango.”
The final three tracks of “Baptistina” recall the superb symmetry of the album’s opening trio, an undeniable triptych of pace, power and persona, garage-rock gurus emerging from thin air, spent snares and a dramatic lack of cares. On “Baptistina,” Heaters don’t sound weirder than before – they simply are.
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1. T.J. Slough (2:24)
2. Surf Teen Beat (2:11)
3. Surf Bound (2:06)
4. Rebel Rouser (2:20)
5. Our Favorite Martian (Alternate Version) (2:46)
6. Mr. Big (2:14)
7. Jet Stream (2:57)
8. Gandy Dancer (2:15)
9. The Eliminator (1:53)
10. T.J. Slough (Alternate Version) (2:22)
11. Shock Wave (2:52)
12. Journey to the Deep Sea (2:26)
13. Death Race (2:17)
14. Staccato (2:41)
15. Our Favorite Martian (2:45)
16. Mr. Big (Alternate Version) (2:13)
17. Surf Teen Beat (Alternate Version) (2:11)
18. Bikini Drag (1:57)
19. Jet Stream (Alternate Version) (2:54)
Жанр : Country/Blues/Americana Страна : USA (Austin, TX) Год издания : 2010-2017 Label : Nine Mile/Mustard Lid Records Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 02:38:57 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.
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Memphis soul original and Hi Records hit man Don Bryant has announced his return to music with ‘Don’t Give Up On Love,’ set for release on May 12th via Fat Possum Records. Recorded in honor of his wife of 43 years, the soul legend Ann Peebles, the collection is Don’s first release in decades.
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This collection was created & recorded at Thomas Yearsleys Thunderbird Analog Recording Studio in Oceanside, CA – both locations: the original 8 Track & the new 24 Track studio. In addition to the traditional “House Rockin Blues” sound of The Paladins, this new record encompasses sincere geo-social lyrical reflection as well as killer instrumental composition. The lead track, “New World” was composed by Dave Gonzalez and Jeb Schoonover & contemplates a vision of a world that is changing. Keep in mind, that throughout their career, The Paladins have had the liberty to cross many international borders, in peace, as artists, & travel almost anywhere. For that freedom, we are deeply grateful. The 2nd song, “Waterman”, is wrought with frustration & the tug of war between the Earth & her profiteers. Next, a familiar theme of romantic love & a lively Boogaloo beat steers track 3, “Things Keep Changin”, back into the pocket of what the faithful come to expect from our tribal roar. Rock & roll, surf & turf country, & traditional blues are all represented from the Pals on this record. The songs also feature the immeasurable talent of Leo Dombecki on piano / organ, the genius of Laura Chavez on guitar & Laura Jane Willcock on backing vocals. Their first new Paladins record in 14 years. Dave, Thomas & Brian look forward to seeing you in 2017 and thank you for your friendship through these past 36 rockin years!
Lilit Pipoyan / 1999-2006 - Lilit Pipoyan discography Количество релизов (альбомов / синглов / EP/ сборников) : 3 Жанр : Alternative Folk, Singer-songwriter, Ethnic Страна-производитель диска : Armenia Год издания диска : 1999-2006 Страна : Armenia Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 192 kbps Источник : скачано с Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : #77 01.
Performer: Waterson-Carthy Album: Common Tongue Label: Topic Records Ltd. Made in UK. Catalog #: TSCD488 Style: Folk Year: 1997 Format: FLAC (image + .cue) Bitrate: lossless Covers: in archive Amount of tracks: 13 Size ZIP: ~ 315 mb Upload: nitroflare.com Password: without a password
Performer: Waykis Album: The Secret Of The Andes Label: Waykis. Made in US. Catalog #: FIGV-67642 Style: Latin Amerikan Music Year: 1998 Format: FLAC (image + .cue) Bitrate: lossless Covers: full (600 DPI) Amount of tracks: 10 Size ZIP: ~ 372 mb Upload: nitroflare.com Password: without a password
The April Family / What We Know Now Жанр : Country/Pop Страна : Australia (Sydney) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 43:58 Треклист : 01.
Willie Nelson God's Problem Child Жанр : country, americana Страна-производитель диска : E.U. Год издания : 2017 Издатель (лейбл) : Sony Music Номер по каталогу : 88985415732 Страна : USA Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.
The Sherwood Brothers / Pieces Of You And Me Жанр : Country/Rock Страна : USA Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 48:46 Треклист : 01.