|Originally posted by stymie miasma
Indeed...I am a fan of most of Mick Harris' work (except the Napalm Death era which I have never sat down and listened to although I am told his drumming is ferocious).
:-D I actually even listen to some of the Napalm Death era stuff.
|My fave Lull album was "Cold Summer". The reason I say 'was' is because some no-good rottern so-and-so has borrowed it permantly! Sadly the disc is out of print, one of these days I will make an effort and seek it out.
I'll have to burn you a copy until you can find your own (PM me about this, plz). I was really impressed with the Lull stuff the most: Continue, Moments, etc. I think I have them all (I have all 5 that AMG list, anyway. PS AMG has one entry wrong -- under Lull, they have something called _The Lull Account_ -- not Lull related. Good, but not MH good. Just FYI...).
Oops, don't have this, will have to get it: http://www.ear-rational.com/search.cgi?desc=3722
|Do you listen to Mick's other work? Scorn is just amazing and the disc he did under the guise "The Weakener" (on Wordsound) is a gem - extremely slow 'dark hop' I think best explains it. It has Mick's trademark drifts and drones, fractured beats as well as his signature sub-bass. Love it!
L, yeah, you know it -- that's how I discovered Lull -- Scorn was probably my first exposure to Mick Harris' work. First thing someone told me was to go back and check out his earlier stuff (meaning Napalm Death). :-D (Not exactly the same as where he's been since 1992 or thereabouts.
|If you haven't already, do check out the stuff he has done with Bill Laswell and Eraldo Bernocchi called "Equations of Eternity". They have two albums out on Wordsound also and they are fanastic dub-workouts.
Yup, Laswell is another one I'm a big fan of, so yes, I do already have both EOE albums, as well as all three Murder Ballads albums, and some of his other one-off collaborations (Overload Lady, Total Station, Shortcut to Connecticut). Haven't gotten the Quoit, yet, though (BTW, the above online store seems to be carrying a lot of this -- try doing a general search for Harris, for example, and 12 of the 13 responses are he) and I've used him many many times, highly recommended as a retailer).
Right back at ya! TTYL...