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- 06/13/17--12:32: _More Space Debris
- 06/13/17--12:41: _The Experience Nebu...
- 06/13/17--12:47: _Studkid links anoth...
- 06/13/17--12:57: _Fermata
- 06/13/17--13:02: _Black Mantra
- 06/16/17--08:29: _Royal Blood
- 06/16/17--08:45: _Rocket Ship TV
- 06/16/17--08:53: _Suns
- 06/16/17--09:01: _Some Live John Lee ...
- 06/16/17--09:17: _Hugo Race and Micha...
- 06/16/17--09:32: _The Wild Swans
- 06/16/17--10:08: _Scott's Mega-Sons o...
- 06/16/17--10:16: _Atragon
- 06/16/17--10:25: _Institute, Redux
- 06/20/17--12:49: _Lea Porcelain
- 06/20/17--17:56: _Ride
- 06/20/17--18:08: _GospelbeacH
- 06/11/17--17:59: More Classic Flo & Eddie!
- 06/11/17--21:53: The Flo & Eddie Onslaught Continues
- 06/13/17--12:15: 2Cellos
- 06/13/17--12:32: More Space Debris
- 06/13/17--12:41: The Experience Nebula Room
- 06/13/17--12:47: Studkid links another site
- 06/13/17--12:57: Fermata
- 06/13/17--13:02: Black Mantra
- 06/16/17--08:29: Royal Blood
- 06/16/17--08:45: Rocket Ship TV
- 06/16/17--08:53: Suns
- 06/16/17--09:01: Some Live John Lee Hooker
- 06/16/17--09:17: Hugo Race and Michaelangelo Russo
- 06/16/17--09:32: The Wild Swans
- 06/16/17--10:08: Scott's Mega-Sons of Garage Fuzz, Part 18
- 06/16/17--10:16: Atragon
- 06/16/17--10:25: Institute, Redux
- 06/20/17--12:49: Lea Porcelain
- 06/20/17--17:56: Ride
- 06/20/17--18:08: GospelbeacH
Ask and recieve: After MD Milner submitted the first Flo & Eddie album (See earlier today), a friend of the
blog named Mark Breitinger submits the following, the second album (1973's "Flo & Eddie"), the third (1974's "Illegal, Immoral, and Fattening"), and the amazing three-disc "History of Flo and Eddie"......can't wait to hear "History", never knew it existed.......thanks to MD Milner and Mark Breitinger for filling in the Flo and Eddie gaps in everyone's stash, not too many bands I COMPLETELY, TOTALLY forget about, but here is one........fantastic, hilarious stuff.
FLO & EDDIE-01 If We Only Had the Time/02 Days/03 You're a Lady/04 Carlos & the Bull/05 Afterglow/06 Best Part of Breaking Up/07 The Sanzini Brothers/08 Another Pop Star's Life/09 Just Another Town/10 Marmendy Mill
HISTORY DISC 1-01 Westchester High School Alma Mater/02 Silver Bullet/03 I Get Out of Breath/04 Outside Chance/05 Grim Reaper of Love/06 Lady-o/07 Medley/08 Happy Together/09 Goodbye Surprise/10 There You Sit Lonely/11 We Aint Gonna Party No More/12 The Flo & Eddie Theme/13 Feel Older Now/14 Nikki Hoi/15 I've Been Born Again
HISTORY DISC 2-01 Best Part of Breaking Up/02 Another Pop Star's Life/03 Just Another Town/04
Afterglow/05 You're a Lady/06 Marmendy Mill/07 Illegal, Immoral, and Fattening/08 Rebecca/09 Let Me Make Love to You/10 Mama, Open Up/11 Keep It Warm/12 Moving Targets
HISTORY DISC 3-01 Flo & Eddie By the Fireside Radio Theme/02 The Big Showdown/03 This Could Be The Day/04 Good Duck/05 Medley No. 1/06 The Flo & Eddie Show/07 Getaway (Back To LA)/08 Livin In the Jungle/09 Youth In Asia/10 Medley No. 2/11 Closing Theme
FLO & EDDIE-http://www93.zippyshare.com/v/1gMLCeOw/file.html
NOTE: Just recieved some more Flo & Eddie, not time to include in this post, but see tomorrow for Flo & Eddie w/Lou Reed!
Longtime blog friend submits a live show from 1975, from the Bottom Line......Lou Reed guests on vocals
on "Walk on the Wild Side".........here are some details:
Is SKOTF (note: The Taper) going all "west coast" on us? Well, for this show, yeah. Flo & Eddie were in full
infantile comedy mode here, backed up by some really good rock and roll and a great band.
They were legally not allowed to call themselves The Turtles, but they are introduced as
Flo & Eddie and The Turtles and do a few Turtle classics. They break into spot-on versions
of wacky covers as part of their routines. Two things about this make it even more ridiculous.
One is that LOU REED (perhaps you have heard of him) joins them for an amazing version of
Walk On The Wild Side - no colored girls but some excellent backing vocalists! I have never
heard of this outside of the Archive - my sense is that it is very rare. And it isn't just
cool - it's truly great. The other crazy thing is that they also do All My Friends Are
Getting Married, a Skyhooks cover. I saw Skyhooks when I was 13 (they were banned in
Australia!) and it left quite an impression. When I heard the band break into this I
ran downstairs to look at my Ego Is Not A Dirty Word album and was shocked, SHOCKED,
when it turned out to be a Skyhooks original. This is in mono with a bit of tape hiss,
but it is way-listenable - a fine recording.
Howard Kaylan & Mark Volman - vocals
Phil Reed - guitar
Andy Cahan - keyboards
Erik Scott - bass
Craig Krampf - drums
Lou Reed - vocals on 14
Tracks: (5-7 is really one medley)
01. Intro / Cheap
02. It Ain't Me Babe
03. Kama Sutra Time
04. All My Friends Are Getting Married
05. Illegal, Immoral And Fattening
06. The Lights Go Down
07. You Showed Me / The Kung Fu Killer / Eddie, Are You Kidding? / The Pop Star Massage Unit
08. The Pop Star Massage Unit (Conclusion)
09. The Sanzini Brothers Return
10. Livin' In The Jungle
11. Livin' In The Jungle (Conclusion)
12. Band Intros
13. Do You Like My New Car / Pinball Wizard
14. Walk On The Wild Side (with Lou Reed)
15. Happy Together
16. She'd Rather Be With Me
Thanks to John Baker, please keep the great shares a comin!
If you are unfamiliar with these two Croatian lads, prepare for an experience......these guys play mostly well-
known songs on Cello.....my fave is the rumbling "Welcome to the Jungle", but there is lots more......it's worth your while to check YouTube for their videos, just amazing. Brian (MIA?) turned me onto these guys long ago, just found the albums on-line.......enjoy this stuff rocks and is unique to say the least.
2CELLOS (JAPANESE EDITION)-01 Where the Streets Have No Name/02 Miserlou/03 Use Somebody/04 Smooth Criminal/05 Fragile/06 The Resistance/07 Hurt/08 Welcome to the Jungle/09 Human Nature/10 Viva la Vida/11 Smells Like Teen Spirit/ 12 With or Without You/13 Fields of Gold
IN2ITION-01 Oh Well/02 We Found Love/03 Highway To
Hell/04 Every Breath You Take/05 Supermassive Black Hole/06 Technical Difficulties/07 Clocks/08 Bang Bang/09 Voodoo People/10 Candle In the Wind/11 Orient Express/12 Il Libro Dell'Amore/13 Benedictus
DISCOVER-01 Thunderstruck (Intro)/02 Thunderstruck/03 Smooth Criminal/04 Highway To Hell/05 Smells Like Teen Spirit/06 The Trooper/07 Every Breath You Take/08 They Don't Care About Us/09 Technical Difficulties/10 Hysteria/11 Mombasa/12 The Resistance/13 Celloverse/14 Live And Let Die/15 Benedictus/16 Purple Haze (Live)/17 Back in Black (Live)/18 Whole Lotta Love
2 CELLOS http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/G9E8xRPM/file.html
Fabio sends from Brazil this album of instrumental stoner rock.....I have not listened yet, taking Fabio's solid opinion, because I often find instrumental stoner kind of hit-and-miss......anyway, lets give it a listen, Fabio doesn't generally steer us wrong!
OUROBOROUS-01 What Happened to the Naked Guy?/02 Comet In the Sky/03 Something in the Water/04 Pax et Lux/05 River of Temptations/06 Coins to Caronte/07 Three Headed Dog/08 Wolf on the Railroad/09 Storm Within/10 Lucidity
I'll reprint his email, this sounds like a hell of a site.......everyone go get some good boots from there and send em in for posting!
Here is a little secret treasure from me. The site archive.org is as the name saying a achive for all kind of uploads. Must interesting is the live music achive.
From Slovakia, Fabio sends some lesser-known prog rock from 1978.....carpet bombed this and its really great, thanks Fabio.
HUASCARAN-01 Huascaran I/02 80 000/03 Solidarity/04 Huascaran II/05 15/06 Valparaiso/07 Perpetuum I
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Finally for today, another Fabio submission, this time from Brazil......The band is Black Mantra and Fabio claims they are somewhat influenced by the great Sisters of Mercy......I'll let ya know once I hear it!
Album of the week. The second album from Royal Blood "How Did We Get So Dark?" is a damn good one. Royal Blood is a UK 2-piece that bangs out a great slew of blusey/garage-paych.....comparisons to The Black Keys are not TOO far off. Really, really, loved this album.
HOW DID WE GET SO DARK-01 How Did We Get So Dark/02 Lights Out/03 I Only Lie When I Love You/04 She's Creeping/05 You Look Like You Know/06 Where Are You Now/07 Don't Tell/08 Hook Line and Sinker/09 Hole In Your Heart/10 Sleep
Wouldn't miss this one.
Some dreamy shoegaze, pretty good album.......description below......
Rocket Ship TV is a musical project by two 22 year olds, Samuel Jones and Charlie Carmichael from the fishing town of Leigh- on-Sea. Both members of Velvet Morning - this project was born out of exploring alternative sounds to the ones that they were so used to with their other band.
BETTER DAYS-01 Marine Parade/02 Always on Your Side/03 Some People Never Change/04 Better Days/05 Tallest Brother/06 First Time/07 Vegan Broadcast/08 Diving/09 Glasgow Botanic/10 Spring
Yet some more spaced out shoegaze/ambient alt-dreampop......this is a limited edition cassette only release. Suns are a three-piece from Swansea UK who record for Lavender Sweep Records, who are a DIY cassette label. Unfamiliar with the label, but this tape did catch my attention.
Fabio submits this awesome live set, the great John Lee Hooker (backed by the great, great Groundhogs)
running through a great set of scalding r&b.....this set was recorded 5/13/81 in Imola Italy and is a top-notch soundboard recording......thanks once again to Fabio, who never disappoints!
1. INSTRUMENTAL INTRO (fades in)
2. MYBABY'S GONE AND LEFT
3. GOT TO FIND MY BABY > INSTRUMENTAL
4. INSTRUMENTAL INTRO > INTRODUCING JOHN LEE HOOKER >
6. ROCK ME BABY
7. BURIED ALIVE IN THE BLUES
8. I GAMBLED ALL OF YOUR LOVE
9. GOIN' DOWN SLOW (cut)
1. EVERYTHING IS GONNA BE ALRIGHT (fades in)
2. THE SWEETEST LITTLE THING (SWEET SIXTEEN)
3. DRIVIN' DOWN THE HIGHWAY (H. 13)
4. LITTLE GIRL > THE BOOGIE >
5. BAND'S INTRO >
6. THE BOOGIE
8. BOOGIE WITH THE HOOK'> VOODOO BOOGIE
Gotta say I'm unfamiliar with this one, the album is entitled "John Lee Hooker's World Today", with reworkings of some of Hooker's classics....I can't say much about it until I hear it, but Fabio refers to it as "opiate inducing", sounds great!
JOHN LEE HOOKERS WORLD TODAY-01 Hobo Blues/02 Love Blues/03 Serves You Right to Suffer/04 Decoration Day/05 The World Today/06 Motor City Is Burning/07 Country Boy/08 When My First Wife Left Me
Some fairly, at least to my recollection, forgotten new wave from the UK ca. 1988......average or a bit better, I could live without the spoken word tracks where the band's leader talks about their history, personnel, etc, but the music is worth it, at least for the period-piece factor.
MUSIC AND TALK FROM LIVERPOOL-01 Young Manhood/02 A Few Words From Jeremy Kelly/03 Mythical Beast/04 A Few More Words......./05 Northern England/06 And Some More......../07 Bible Dreams/08 Summing It All Up......./09 Revolutionary Spirit
Getting close. I've been putting "T" off for a while, as there are over 40 tracks in this collection to type the
titles of, pooooor me. Anyway, once again, there is no overlap with "T" from the first "Garage Fuzz" series, 100% fresh material, of the best type of obscure and wonderful Nugget-Rock! Hope to wrap this series up in the next week.......and thanks again to James for creating these monster torrents, please share them and keep them alive forvever, they deserve it.
SONS OF GARAGE FUZZ PART 17-01 TC ATLANTIC-Love is Just/02 TC ATLANTIC-My Babe/03 TJ & THE FOURMATIONS-Time to Myself/04 TANGERINE PEEL-Trapped/05 TEARS-Rat Race/06 TEARS-Read All About It/07 TEARS-Weatherman/08 TEDDY & HIS PATCHES-Suzy Creamcheese/09 TELSTARS-Keep On Running/10 THANES-Don't Say Why/11 THANES-Now It's Your Turn To Cry/12 THE 4-SCORE-Mini Skirt/13 THE 006-Like What Me Worry/14 THE GUYS WHO CAME UP FROM DOWNSTAIRS-Growth/15 THE NEWS-Blue Shoes/16 THE STATE OF MICKEY & TOMMY-I Know What I Would Do/17 THEE MIDNITERS-Jump, Jive, and Harmonize/18 THEE SIXPENCE-Heart Full of Rain/19 THESE PROSEROUS TIMES-Baby's Comin Back/20 THESE PROSEROUS TIMES-The Time Has Come To Cry/21 THEZE
In This World I Need Love/45 TROJANS OF EVOL-Through the Night/46 TROPICS-I Want More/47 TURKS-Adventure of Love/48 TURKS-Fire/49 TYME-Land of 1000 Dances
Part 1 http://www104.zippyshare.com/v/j24oMMdF/file.html
Part 2 http://www108.zippyshare.com/v/Pu8xstYC/file.html
From Scotland we have Atragon, who blast out that good old loud doom rock......I'm not the worlds biggest doom-rock fan, i carpet bombed this one......ehhh, not bad......thanks again to Fabio for this one.
Couple weeks ago we had a demo recording from these Austin Texas punk rockers.......here is their new release, and it's a good one......great 1970's style punk, delivered at breakneck speed.......dont miss this one, better than the demo which was quite good on it's own.
SUBORDINATION-01 Exhibitionism/02 Only Child/03 Prissy Things/04 All This Pride/05 Oil Money/06 Human Law/07 Too Dumb/08 Good Ol' Boys/09 Powerstation
"Hymnns to the Night" is the debut album from post-punks (Berlin/London based) Lea Porcelain. Nice dark gloomy moods, really like this one a lot.......thanks to Johnny Nachos for this one, it's way cool.
HYMNS TO THE NIGHT-01 Out Is In/02 Bones/03 A Year From Here/04 Warsaw Street/05 Similar Familiar/06 White Noise/07 The Love/08 A Faraway Land/09 Remember/10 12th of September/11 Loose Life/12 Endlessly
Really enjoyed this one
Ride is a band I am not familiar with, but it must be good because I've had TWO submissions of it......"Weather Diaries" is a new release from a Ride, who according to the submitters, have been around quite some time.....listening to it, I wish I had some of their old stuff, this is smooth semi-rocking alt-pop, I really like it........Anyone with "old" Ride?
WEATHER DIARIES-01 Lannoy Point/02 Charm Assault/03 All I Want/04 Home is a Feeling/05 Weather Diaries/06 Rocket Silver Symphony/07 Lateral Alice/08 Cali/09 Integration Tape/10 Impermanence/11 White Sands
Fabio sent me this album, "Another Summer of Love", jokingly referring to it as a "Possible lost Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers album"........does have that sort of feel to it, Petty or early Cheap Trick.......worth a listen for sure.
ANOTHER SUMMER OF LOVE-01 In the Desert/02 Hangin On/03 California Fantasy/04 You're Already Home/05 (I Wanna See U) All the Time/06 Strange Days/07 Sad Country Boy/08 Kathleen/09 The City Limits/10 I Don't Wanna Lose You