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The Doors - Alive She Cried
(1983, Elektra)

 

 

Nite City - self titled
(1977, 20th Century)

 

 

 

recycling a picture from a couple of years ago... Ray Manzarek's band.

 

 

RIP


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cause, weirdly, American Dad...

 

 

Cause they local and amazing


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Soh Yoshioka released a new track, and it is marvelous. His previous song always gets a play on my iPod, so I guess I was eager for more! 

 

Here is the previous song (entitled "discrete pulse") that I mentioned earlier that is relatively in the same style as the latest release:


Edited by Destroysall - 5/21/13 at 2:16am
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"Algebra Of Darkness" - Harold Budd

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Edie Brickell & New Bohemians

 

 
- were, arguably, a one-hit wonder, that one hit being the Top Ten "What I Am" in 1989, although they sold two million copies of their debut album, Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars and attracted radio and/or minor chart rankings with a few other tracks. Still, their quick fade (they broke up in 1991) prevented Geffen Records from issuing a hits compilation domestically.
Hip-O's Ultimate Collection takes advantage of the group's relatively brief renown to assemble an album largely devoted to rarities and unreleased material. Only three tracks are drawn from Shooting Rubberbands, plus a couple from its follow-up, Ghost of a Dog, and three from Brickell's solo debut, Picture Perfect Morning. Then there is the band's cover of Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" from the Born on the Fourth of July soundtrack, Brickell's contribution to George Harrison's Nobody's Child benefit album ("Big Day, Little Boat"), and Brickell collaborations with jazz trumpeter Chris Botti ("Like I Do Now") and Rob Wasserman and Jerry Garcia ("Zillionaire").
Then come seven previously unreleased tracks from what appear to be abortive sessions by a group called the Slip that featured former members of the New Bohemians and from the New Bohemians themselves. No information is provided on this material (a press release says it comes from "'90s sessions"). The tracks find Brickell rocking a little harder than usual, but her individual viewpoint remains intact on such songs as "1873 (Buffalo Diary)" and "Girl in a Magazine."
The extensive use of such recordings makes Ultimate Collection more of a miscellany than a best-of, but Brickell has always been a quirky, off-beat artist, and she is perhaps most accurately represented by a compilation that focuses more on side projects and incomplete efforts than on her small body of finished work. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
  • ARTIST: Edie Brickell
  • FORMAT: CD
  • YEAR: 2002
  • NUMBER OF DISCS: 1
  • UPC: 731454153829
  • ITEM NUMBER: HIP15382
  • RELEASE DATE: 09/10/2002
  • LABEL: Hip-O
  • GENRE: Pop/Rock
  • STYLE: Alternative Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
  • ALBUM TIME: 79:05
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Edited by Quinto - 5/21/13 at 6:54am
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Daft Punk - A great album to test out my newly tuned Fostex T50rp. 

 

....And I thought disco was dead.

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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

Soh Yoshioka released a new track, and it is marvelous. His previous song always gets a play on my iPod, so I guess I was eager for more! 

 

Just saw this in my YouTube subscriptions. I've been too lazy to download a couple of the most recent songs featured on jrharbort's channel. Perhaps I should get that out of the way today.

 


 

I'm enjoying some Hikarisyuyo while I wait for KarenT to release his next album tomorrow. KarenT is also releasing a new ELECTROCUTICA album featuring songs from 2008 and 2009 tomorrow. The CD is already available on Amazon Japan so I think I'll go ahead and order it right now. I just need to figure out what else to order with it…

 

光収容 (Hikarisyuyo) - 其の掌に刺さる棘 (Sono Tenohira ni Sasaru Toge)

 

 

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I went with these.

 

My Amazon Japan order (Click to show)

 

ELECTROCUTICA - Piece of Cipher+

 

Various artists - MIKUNOPOLIS in LOS ANGELES "Happy to meet you! I'm HATSUNE MIKU"

 

Various artists - EXIT TUNES PRESENTS UTAUSEKAI


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....And I thought disco was dead.

 

By no means, it's just that it took the Daft Punk hype machine to make the US mainstream aware of it.

Here's a nice little primer on what's been going on for the last decade.

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm revisiting albums to put on a audition Ipod playlist for a meet this weekend. Here's what I'm listenign to now:

 

Virgin Black: fusion of classical, goth and metal

 

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