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- 05/10/16--10:32: _Nashville Pussy
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- 05/11/16--12:59: _Lonely Kamel Redux
- 05/11/16--13:58: _By (MY) Request: Sk...
- 05/11/16--16:16: _Rory Gallagher Part...
- 05/12/16--16:48: _2 Great Albums from...
- 05/15/16--12:44: _A Bit more PJ Harve...
- 05/15/16--12:49: _...and some more fr...
- 05/15/16--13:00: _A Sewergrooves subm...
- 05/15/16--13:27: _The Rayvns
- 05/15/16--13:50: _Jack & the Bearded ...
- 05/15/16--14:10: _Brian's Bowie Tribute
- 05/17/16--13:35: _A complimentary pie...
- 05/17/16--13:56: _John N amazes me AGAIN
- 05/17/16--14:55: _The Doors Part 9 (o...
- 05/17/16--15:51: _The Demonics
- 05/09/16--12:24: The Doors Part 8 (of MANY)
- 05/10/16--08:31: Towering Above the Rest (Part 1)
- 05/10/16--08:49: Two Minds Crack
- 05/10/16--10:32: Nashville Pussy
- 05/11/16--12:12: Towering Above the Rest Part 2
- 05/11/16--12:20: ....And Some More PJ Harvey
- 05/11/16--12:59: Lonely Kamel Redux
- 05/11/16--13:58: By (MY) Request: Skywave (redux)
- 05/11/16--16:16: Rory Gallagher Part 4, wrap up
- 05/12/16--16:48: 2 Great Albums from the Sewergrooves
- 05/15/16--12:44: A Bit more PJ Harvey......
- 05/15/16--12:49: ...and some more from that "other" band (a good one too!)
- 05/15/16--13:00: A Sewergrooves submission
- 05/15/16--13:27: The Rayvns
- 05/15/16--13:50: Jack & the Bearded Fishermen
- 05/15/16--14:10: Brian's Bowie Tribute
- 05/17/16--13:35: A complimentary piece to Brian's Bowie Tribute
- 05/17/16--13:56: John N amazes me AGAIN
- 05/17/16--14:55: The Doors Part 9 (of MANY)
- 05/17/16--15:51: The Demonics
Next part of the gigantic Doors torrent I tripped over a couple weeks ago......got a couple live discs and a
couple of interview discs for your consumption this time (I am putting them up there in the order they came to me in the torrent so I don't confuse myself!)...
First up is a double disc effort, "100 Minutes", which is a live effort from Vancouver 6/6/70......of most interest here is that Albert King joins the band onstage (Disc 1) as they perform a few blues numbers. Don't think I've ever heard this one, maybe it's hard to find, I don't know.
Next we have a Jim Morrison interview disc 1/15/71.....rather lengthy, Bob Kourish performs the interview.....this is not REALLY my kind of thing, and thusly I have not listened to it, but I want to get the Morrison freaks to get everything they can handle.
Another interview disc follows, "A 1971 Conversation with Jim Morrison", this one by Ben Fong Torres....this one is broken down into about 20 tracks, and I've not listened to this one either.....but, again, it's here, and if you just can't get enough of ol' Mr Mojo Risin' here it is....
Wrapping up today is the commercial release, "Alive She Cried"....released in 1983, it's pasted together from a few different live efforts......a version of "Gloria" appears here, otherwise, fairly forgettable.
Stay tuned, lots of more Doors stuff to come whenever I get to it.
VANCOUVER DISC 1-01 Roadhouse Blues/02 Medley-Alabama Song-Back Door Man-Five to One/03 When the Music's Over/04 Love Me Two Times/05 Albert King Joins/06 Little Red Rooster/07 Money/08 Rock Me Baby/09 Who Do You Love/10 Albert King Exits
VANCOUVER DISC 2-01 Petition the Lord/02 Light My Fire/03 The End
BOB KOURISH INTERVIEWS MORRISON-01 part 1/02 Part 2/03 Part 3
A CONVERSATION WITH JIM MORRISON-01 The Blues/02 Elvis' Bass Player/03 The Facet of Music/04 Who is Writing the Music/05 What Kind of Schedule/06 I Couldn't Speak For Them/07 Do You Have a Film Project/08 Audience/09 Rock Is Dead/10 How Important Is Poetry to You/11 Why Have You Gotten Fat Jim/12 I Drink a Lot of Beer/13 What Grounds/14 You Know One Thing/15 The Lawyers Pointed Out/16 What the People Want/17 We Were Talking About the Heroes/18 The Great Beauty of Capitalism/19 The Appeal of the Fillmore/20 The Success of the English
ALIVE SHE CRIED-01 Gloria/02 Light My Fire/03 You Make Me Real/04 Texas Radio & the Big Beat/05 Love Me Two Times/06 Little Red Rooster/07 Moonlight Drive
(Scott)....no kidding, "towering above the rest".....latest super-contributor Jon Scheiner sends this brain-
bending collection (24 discs total!) of Radiohead rarities...B-sides, demos, live cuts, remixes, alternate takes......you name it. Obviously I haven't listened to all of it yet, but just look at the track lists below and you'll certainly see there are some (many) gems here.
As I've insinuated before, certain bands have a rep for not wanting their music shared.....a partial list includes Corrosion of Conformity, Green Day, Sublime, Bratmobile, Robert Fripp, and others......not making any allegations here, simply that if you want this, you MAY wish to act quickly.....I've never had an issue with Radiohead before, I have never posted any of their "official" material, and this continues the trend.....still, be aware of what I say.
This is but part one (of two) of this, whomever compiled this REALLY DOES "tower above the rest" as far as producing a complete labor of love......thanks to the creator, and thanks to Jon S. for sharing. Part 2 likely tomorrow.
Very little information is available on this early 80's synth-pop band, perhaps they got lost in the shuffle of 1000 other similar bands, which is a shame, because this ("Victory Parade",their only effort) really DOES stand out, and comes recommended by me for fans of this particular genre (and you know I really am NOT one, so coming from me, consider that high praise....
Every track is a radio-friendly new wave/synth pop nugget, "Cry Cry Cry" and "One Sky Above" are should-been big hits, they weren't, but once again, if you grew up in the 80's (I didn't thank Christ), and dug the music of that era, this is one you MIGHT have missed. It's a good one, don't miss it again!
VICTORY PARADE-01 One Sky Above/02 Walk On Back/03 The Hunger The Greed/04 Fire/05 Find the Key/06 Cry Cry Cry/07 Upside Down/08 Love Is In Control/09 Live to Die/10 The Sense That Never Sleeps/11 Cry Cry Cry (remix)/12 The Hunger The Greed (remix)/13 Upside Down (remix)
I've had this one in reserve for a while, not a REAL favorite, but some good sleazy-southern-psychobilly
stuff, with the bonus of the early albums featuring bassist/goddess Corey Parks (she's about 6'5'" with a tattoo on her tummy saying "EAT ME"....for what more could I ask, I LOOOOOOVE them tall women, the taller the better.
Anyway, music.....first up is an EP entitled "Eat More Pussy" (YEH!), it's plenty sleazy, but quite good in my estimation, complete with a total overhaul of AC-DC's "Kicked in the Teeth"......this EP was sometimes given away with the debut full length, "Let Them Eat Pussy", (1998) something of a scuzzball classic, maybe sort of gives you the same feeling as listening to Pussy Galore.....stuff like "Go Motherfucker Go" and "All Fucked Up" are damn near perfect for this genre, and the album also includes perhaps the greatest "fluke" hit of all time, "Fried Chicken and Coffee", which was nominated for a Grammy.....excuse me, I need to vomit.
"Say Something Nasty" was their next effort, they attempted to keep the shock value high, but, as often happens with bands of this ilk, it kind of turned silly......not "bad", there are decent psycho-rockers here such as "Keep On Fucking" and "You Give Drugs a Bad Name".....thy peaked with the earlier efforts, when my girlfriend was strumming that bass.......this began the downward path for the band, still, not awful.
Next up was 2005's "Get Some".....not a real favorite of mine, although it contains a fair track or two, notably "Lazy White Boy", which is a RALLY good one.
"From Hell to Texas" (2009) is more of the same, the band's hardcore circle of fans seem to really enjoy it,
no me, the joke was wearing a little thin.......perhaps if they enlisted another 6'5' female bass player.....well, never mind, if you like them you like them, and this one continues the trend...."I'm So High", ""Drunk Driving Man" and "Dead Can't Get Drunk" are pure Nashville Pussy, just a bit past their prime (except for their rabid fan cult.)
Nashville Pussy was a band that knew its formula and beat it to death......."Up the Dosage" (I think the most recent , 2014, but they may have done something since) is yet more of the same, check these song titles: "Before the Drugs Wear Off"....."Pussy's Not a Dirty Word"...."Hooray For Cocaine, Hooray For Tennessee".......no question, like it or not, this IS Nashville Pussy, they've remained true to their convictions and I give them some credit for that......sure do wish Corey parks would come pay me a visit though.
LET THEM EAT PUSSY-01 Snake Eyes/02 You're Goin' Down/03 Go Motherfucker Go/04 I'm the Man/05 All Fucked Up/06 Johnny Hotrod/07 5 Minutes To Live/08 Somebody Shoot Me/09 Blowin' Smoke/10 First I Look at the Purse/11 Eat My Dust/12 Fried Chicken and Coffee
HIGH AS HELL-01 Struttin' Cock/02 Shoot First and Run Like Hell/03 She's Got the Drugs/04 Wrong Side of a Gun/05 Piece of Ass/06 High As Hell/07 You Ain't Right/08 Rock N Roll Outlaw/09 Rock N Roll Outlaw/10 Let's Ride/11 Blowjob From a Rattle Snake/12 Drive
SAY SOMETHING NASTY-01 Words of Wisdom/02 Say Something Nasty/03 Gonna Hitchhike Down to Cincinnati and Kick the Shit out of Outta Your Drunk Daddy/04 You Give Drugs a Bad Name/05 The Bitch Just Kicked Me Out/06 Keep on Fuckin'/07 Jack Shark/08 Keep Them Things Away From Me/09 Here's To Your Destruction/10 Let's Get the Hell Outta here/11 Slow Movin Train/12 Beat Me Senseless/13 Can't Get Rid of It/14 Rock N Roll Hootchie Koo/15 Outro
GET SOME-01 Pussy Time/02 Come On Come On/03 Going Down Swinging/04 Good Night For a Heart Attack/05 Hate and Whiskey/06 Lazy White Boy/07 Hell Ain't What It Used to Be/08 One Way Down/09 Raisin' Hell Again/10 Atlanta's Still Burning/11 Nutbush City Limits/12 Meaner Than My Mama/13 Snowblind
FROM HELL TO TEXAS-01 Speed Machine/02 From Hell to Texas/03 Drunk Driving Man/04 Lazy Jesus/05 I'm So High/06 Ain't Your Business/07 Dead Men Can't Get Drunk/08 The late Great USA/09 Pray For the Devil/10 Why Why Why/11 Stone Cold Down/12 Gimme a Hit Before I Go
UP THE DOSAGE-01 Everybody's fault But Mine/02 Rub it To Death/03 Til the Meat Falls off the Bone/04 The South's Too Fat To Rise Again/05 Before the Drugs Wear Off/06 Lazy White Boy/07 Hell Ain't What It Used to Be/08 Up the Dosage/09 Takin' It Easy/10 White and Loud/11 Hooray For Cocaine, Hooray for Tennessee/12 Pillbilly/13 Pussy's Not a Dirty Word/14 Begging For a Taste/15 Before the Drugs Wear Off
(Scott)-so, from our newest mega-contributor, Jon S. comes the second half of the ULTIMATE in
Radiohead rarities......I listened to some of the first half today, and that is some great stuff.......anything you can imagine: live tracks, alternate takes, remixes, demos......ANYTHING......between yesterday's post and this one, there are a mind-boggling TWENTY FOUR DISCS here, the compiler is, unfortunately unknown, I sure would like to give him thanks......but, I sure do give thanks to Jon S. for submitting it! As I said yesterday, this band has been known to be a bit "touchy" at times, so I can't guarentee how long this stays, even though they are not officially released recordings
(Scott)-Also from Jon S comes PJ Harvey's 1995 album "To Bring You my Love, as well as four concert
boots from that same year.....I've said before I am not as up on PJ as I should be, but this should be a jumping off point. Thanks again to Jon S.
Time Too Many/09 Meet Ze Monsta/10 Long Time Coming/11 To Bring You My Love/12 Send His Love To Me/13 Me-Jane/14 50ft Queenie/15 Water/16 Down by the Water/17 Straight/18 Goodnight
Le Zenith, Paris 11-14-95
Let me point out a helpful hint......if you wish to contribute
That being said, in response to my Lonely Kamel post from a few days ago, (their debut album is all I have), a reader named "Studkid" (I don't make em up) has generously given me links to their other three albums.....haven't gotten to listen to them yet, but I should by tomorrow, looking forward to it. In cases you need a reminder, they are a pretty cool stoner rock band from Oslo Norway, consult the original post if you want any more info.......I converted these to zippylinks, just to make sure they were OK, and they are. Thanks, studkid, don't be a stranger!
BLUES FOR THE DEAD-01 A Tale of a Madman/02 Green Eyed Woman/03 Wasted Time/04 Stick With Your Plan/05 Lady Mushroom/06 A Million Years From Home/07 No More Excuses/08 Blindfolded/09 The Boys/10 The Trip
Today's stuff has all been of the contributed nature (I stress, NOTHING wrong with that, I love it), this one
stems from a week or so ago when John N sent me Skywave's "Killerrocknroll" compilation, which I had never heard and thought was great. Asked him if he had any more, he generously sent a BUNCH, likely close to their complete body......again, I haven't listened to these yet, so not much I can comment on, but if it's anything like the previous comp, take the wonderful noise rock of A Place to Bury Strangers and combine with the weird melodic drones of The Jesus and Mary Chain, and you'd about have it. I'll be listening to these soon, I recommend them (based off the comp), and thanks to John N for this submission.
ECHODRONE-(1999)-01 Under the Moon/02 Nothing/03 Baby It's Just You/04 Got That Feeling/05 Sixteen/06 Get the Girl/07 All I Had/08 Slow In Space/09 Girlfriend's Dead/10 It's In Your Eyes
WITHOUT YOU (EP) (1999)-01 Without You/02 Seen It All/03 Dream You're Alive
ICE STORM (LIVE & DEMOS, RARE, 2000)-01
Seen It All (Live)/02 Oh Oh I Love Her So (Live)/03 Mary's Shadow (Live)/04 Took the Sun (Live)/05 Nightmare (Live)/06 Ceremony (Live)/07 Drive (Live)/08 Water (Live)/09 RX (Live)/10 Nothing (Live)/11 Get the Girl (Live)/12 Is She Dreaming (Live)/13 Down (Live)/14 Dreamtime (Demo)/15 Baby It's Just You (Demo)/16 Cool breeze (Demo)
WALK MY WAY (EP) (2001)-01 Watch You Fade/02 Walk My Way/03 Big Blue Sky/04 Slow In Space/05 Summertime
DON'T SAY SLOW (SINGLE) (2002)-01 Don't Say Slow/02 Took the Sun/03 Forever You
INTERFERENCE (CASSETTE COMP) (2002)-01 All Alone/02 Walk My Way/03 Dreamscape/04 You Left Me a Letter/05 Baby It's Just You/06 Space/07 If I Were a Man/09 Cool Breeze/10 Heartbreaker/11 And You Wonder Why/12 Coming After Me
01 Tsunami/02 Here She Comes/03 Don't Say Slow/04 Nothing Left to Say/05 Over and Over/06 Fire/07 Wear This Dress/08 Angela's An Angel/09 Knife/10 Adore/11 I Believe/12 Life To Take Your Hand/13 Kill Me Dead/14 Kiss
SKYWAVE/GOLD SPLIT SINGLE (2008)-01
SKYWAVE-I've Seen It All/02 SKYWAVE-Sunny Sunday Smile/03 GOLD-Seekers/04 Hurdy Gurdy Man
LOTTA material here, I hope it's HALF as good as the "Killerrocknroll" compilation PLEASE check these out and gimme a full report, and again thanks to John N!
A few more live albums, some posthumous releases, and some of this and that that are still on my shelves
after the first three parts......Rory was a great one, kind of an "anti-star" almost, and maybe not the most imaginative guy ever to set foot on stage....what he was, was a GODDAMN ROCK N ROLLER, killer guitarist, fine singer, and absolutely dynamic stag performer.......he is missed. Here's what I have left:
The two discs "Live at Montreaux" set is an ass-kicker, a career spanning epic and as good a live document of his performances as exists....all my faves are here at least...."Cradle Rock", "Laundromat".....this is a fine live album.
"A Blue Day For the Blues" was released after his death, something of a "greatest hits" effort except that it focuses on his time on IRS Records.....thus no "Laundromat, et al, but plenty of good stuff, especially for the dabbler.
"Etched In Blue" is another posthumous mishmash of tracks, again, OK for the dabbler, but if you've been paying attention, I've covered most if not all of this stuff.....since I have a copy, though, dig in if you want it.
"In the Beginning" gives us some previously unheard tracks from Rory's WAY early years.....you can hear the seeds of his greatness here......this is NOT for the dabbler, but for real fans of Mr Gallagher's works.
I had forgotten completely about "Stage Struck" another live effort which was released during his
lifetime.....once again, stellar onstage guitar and shoutin', as I've said multiple times, Gallagher was FAR more comfortable on stage than in the studio.
Finally, "Wheels Within Wheels", another posthumous release....some like this, I'm not crazy about it, it accentuates his softer, folkier side, which was not his forte in my estimation......still, I do have one, and here it is if you wanna hear it.
I also have a copy of "Big Guns", a "greatest hits" effort" that I'm not gonna post, unless someone asks, because I think I've covered all the material on it anyway.
Rory Gallagher was a bad ass......I know many who called him "generic", but all I know is the man rocked the yard, every time, on stage especially but also in the studio. God bless you Rory Gallagher, th world was a better place with you in it, but you sure as fuck left your mark on it.
LIVE AT MONTREAUX DISC 2-01 Big Guns/02 Continental Op/03 Moonchild/04 I Wonder Who/05 The Loop/06 Tattoo'd Lady/07 I Could Have had Religion/08 Ghost Blues/09 Out on the Western Plain/10 Walking Blues/11 Pistol Slapper Blues/12 Messin With the Kid/13 2-13 2-13
A BLUE DAY FOR THE BLUES-01 I Ain't No Saint/02 The Loop/03 Calling Card/04 As The Crow Flies/05 Off the Handle/06 Bullfrog Blues/07 back On My Stompin Grounds/08 Empire State express/09 Continental Op/10 Shin Kicker/11 Public Enemy No. 1/12 Pistol Slapper Blues/13 Don't Start Me Talkin'/14 Nothin But the Devil/15 Alexis/16 Barley and Grape Rag
ETCHED IN BLUE-01 Loanshark Blues/02 Bought and Sold/03 bad penny/04 Cruise On Out/05 Crest of a Wave/06 I'm Not Surprised/07 Un-Military Two Step/08 Alexis/09 Edged In Blue/10 They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore/11 The Devil made Me Do It/12 Too much Alcohol/13 I Could've had religion/14 Shin Kicker
IN THE BEGINNING-01 Wee Wee baby/02 How Many More Years/03 Take It Easy Baby/04 You've
Got To Pay/05 Worried Man/06 Norman Invasion/07 Pardon Me Mister
STAGE STRUCK-01 Shin Kicker/02 Wayward Child/03 Brute Force and Ignorance/04 Moonchild/05 bad Penny/06 Keychain/07 Follow Me/08 Bought and Sold/09 Last of the Independents/10 Shadow Play
RIP Rory Gallagher, you done great!
From Stockholm Sweden, and in the great garage rocking tradition of the Hellacopters are the Sewergrooves, who have released I think five albums, of which I have but two.....HOWEVER, these you want to hear, in particular if you liked the Hellacopters, this hits like an ambush. The band was composed of singer/guitarist Kurt Drackes, bassist Andres Broman, and former Hellacopters drummer Robert Erikkson, and guitarist Packe Wahlqvist.
What I have here is their smoking 1999 debut, "Songs From the Sewer"......eleven machine gun blasts to your skull, no need to point out highlights on either of these, they are both great. I also have 2006 "Rock N Roll Reciever", and it's every damn bit as good.
Both albums are on 1 disc/1 file here, but what I'm looking for are the ones I don't have, they have to be the fucking bomb as well.......highly, highly recommended, don't miss
SONGS FROM THE SEWER-01 Yeah!/02 Yesterday's Zest/03 Faraway From Me/04 Do It Again/05 Electric (Shake Me Around)/06 Frame It/07 I Don't Know/08 Always/09 Never Too Much/10 Should I Care/11 I Want You
ROCK N ROLL RECEIVER-12 She's a Punk/13 This Time I Know/14 Rock N Roll Receiver/15 Remember Everything/16 That Woman She's a Dead Woman/17 Going to be Nothing/18 Wrote This Song For You/19 Keep it Coming/20 I Sold My Soul To Rock N Roll So Help me Save Me Lord/21 Look Out, Now!
Don't miss these, and help out if you have any of the outliers!
(Scott)-Jon S. continues to supply the PJ Harvey, I've been enjoying it quite a bit. havent' heard these yet,
but between these and the Radiohead (see next post) he's become quiet a valuable contributor.....thanks Jon S.
(Scott)-A "RH" boot that I didn't have (I have a bunch of them)....gave this one a listen, it's tremendous, and
as Jon S says, a fine way to celebrate the release of their new disc this week! Thanks again to Jon S.
(Scott) As I said the other day, I would really like to hear the other Sewergrooves albums, the two I posted
are so fab......so comes a reader named "maggothead" (yep), with a copy of one of the missing discs, "Revelation Time".....haven't heard it yet, I hope it matches the rest of the wild rocking stuff I already posted!
REVELATION TIME-01 Five More Times/02 It's a Revolution/03 North By..../04 Wanna Be Your Man/05 Anything For You/06 It's My Century/07 Let the Devil take Tomorrow/08 All I've Got to Say/09 The Jug/10 16 Thousand Satellites/11 Recall, Nothing At All/12 Ain't Coming Home/13 Hey Sister (I'm Out of Here
link in comments section
Thought I may as well put up something of my own before we get to
OK, I'm gonna bet good money that you don't know this one.......from 2011, these guys popped out a few
other discs, this is the only one I have ("Places to Hide", from what I read, it's generally considered their best)....hard to find much info on them, but the album is good old noisy stoner/hard psych/sludge, so you know old Uncle Scott is gonna love it.....seriously, a pretty damn good one, please take a chance on it, and IF anyone has any of their other albums, I'd love to hear em.
PLACES TO HIDE-01 Scenario/02 Roam until The End/03 Closed/04 Beginner/05 DF Code/06 Between the Ghosts/07 Invisible Song/08 42 Minutes Later/09 Hands Up Old Man/10 Places to Hide
PLEASE give this a listen, it's a really good one although not so well known....and THAT is what we're here for, right?
(Scott)-This is one you guys will want to hear....Brian, of course, being the "king of cover projects", and this
one....well, it's Bowie, what more needs to be said......I got a sneak preview of this a week ago, and this one is killer again, Brian is perhaps the best on earth at creating these particular projects, and I am thrilled that we can post them here! Don't miss this one, although after he describes the project for you, I think you will be running, not walking, to grab this beast!
This one has been in the works for awhile. I started it around the time of the Hot Rocks covers comp. After an initial burst, I left it alone for many weeks. I was finding it hard to listen to Bowie. At one point, I almost uploaded what I had, a half-assed collection of 17 covers, just to be done with it. But this little corner of the Internet likes my covers comps, and if anyone deserves doing right, it's Bowie. So.... now we have a kickass collection of 50+ covers! And given that Bowie is the inspiration, the musical variety on display is even a bit more than usual... though no Laibach, strangely enough....
(Scott)-First of all, how about that Bowie covers project? Masterminded, of course, by the king of cover
projects the one and only Brian.....the post has been hit A LOT, as it should be. Now, along comes Jon S. (a fantastic recent addition to the blog!) with a supplemental/complimentary piece to Brian's, featuring the band Shearwater (of whom, I will be quite honest, I have never heard.....that's why I LOVE it!)...Jon S. will tell ya all about it....
Well, I thought I had stumped you all with my post of stoner semi-unknowns Jack and the Bearded
Fishermen......I requested help finding their other LP's, REALLY expecting none.....along comes John N, who seemingly owns every CD ever made, with a batch of stuff from Jack & Co.
Of course, I am uncertain if this is their entire catalogue, but I'm guessing MAYBE it is, since it even includes a split single (with Hombre Malo)......I'm gonna go see if I can find track lists for these, I'll be RIGHT back!
HUNTING ISN'T EASY (WHEN DOGS BECOME WOLVES)- 01 Intro/02 Well Done Black Wolves/03 Good Bye Black Wolves/04 Don't Need Friday/05 Lightning Colt/06 Shipwrecked and Survivors
MINOR NOISE-01 Autumn Arrows/02 Low Tide/03 Reminder/04 Minor Noise/05 Inverted Queen/06 Way Out/07 Wet Black Papers/08 Tina/09 White Hours/10 Program
SPLIT SINGLE WITH HOMBRE MALO-01 HOMBRE MALO-A Desert For A Man/02 JACK & THE BEARDED FISHERMEN-Spies of Congress
Thanks a million to John N, I think this fills out the collection, as best as I can tell......for the record, "Hunting"
came out in 2009, "Places to Hide" (which I posted last week) is from 2011, as is the split single, and Minor Noise is from 2014......great submission John N, we need more lesser-known stoner rock n roll here!
Links in comment section!
I guess it's been a LITTLE while since I slammed the Doors sledgehammer, so let's see what is up for part
9....how about three double disc sets, which I don''t think I've seen around the web too much.....first up is a real curiosity, "Backstage and Dangerous, The Private Rehearsals" from 1969.....If you are down with this kind of thing, it's a treasury, if you find these things kind of boring, well.......lots of studio chatter, lots of half-assed efforts and corrections......all in all, a fairly interesting curiosity. Really for Doors fanatics only, but I know there are one or two of you out there!
Next up come a pair of shows from The Aquarius Theater, 1969......don't really recall seeing these around all that much either, so, again, calling all Doors fanatics......the first two discs ("The First Performance") is certainly not unlistenable, they pull off an impromptu "Crossroads" and the crowd is seriously into it.
The "Second Performance" is ANOTHER two discs, features a somewhat similar setlist, again, really, for fanatics only....
Have we had enough Doors? I TOLD you you'd be tired of them once I wrap this one up.....anyway, I'm gonna do it, coz this is the kind of thing I do........this is for Doors obsessives, should you not be one, PLEASE hit up Brian's Bowie covers project, it's one of the best posts ever on this blog, seriously.
BACKSTAGE AND DANGEROUS DISC 2-01 Continued/02 Thousands of Dollars Rest Upon This Day/03 I'm Your Doctor/04 Hyper Yachting/05 Build Me a Woman/06 Yachting/07 Cars Hiss By My Window/08 Money Beats Soul/09 Mental Floss/10 Jazzy Maggie McGill /11 Jazzy Maggie McGill
AQUARIUS (FIRST SHOW) DISC 1-01 Tuning #1/02 Jim's Introduction/03 Back Door Man/04 Break On Through/05 What Do We Do Next/06 Soul Kitchen/07 You Make Me Real/08 Tuning #2/09 I Will Never be Untrue/10 The Crowd Humbly Requests/11 When the Music's Over/12 Universal Mind/13 The Crowd Humbly Requests Their Favorites and Tuning/14 Mystery Train-Crossroads/15 Build Me a Woman
AQUARIUS (FIRST SHOW) DISC 2-01 Tuning #3/02 Who Do You Love (False Start)/03 Who Do You Love/04 Light My Fire/05 The Crowd Requests More/06 The Celebration of the Lizard
AQUARIUS (SECOND SHOW) Disc 1-01 Concert Introduction/02 Jim's Introduction/03 Back Door
Man/04 Break On Through/05 When the Music's Over/06 Tuning #1/07 You Make Me Real/08 Tuning #2/09 Universal Mind/10 The Crowd Humbly Requests/11 Mystery Train-Crossroads/12 The Crowd Again Requests/13 Little Red Rooster/14 Tuning #3/15 Gloria/16 Tuning #4/17 Touch Me/18 The Crystal Ship
AQUARIUS (SECOND SHOW) DISC 2-01 Tuning #5/02 Light My Fire/03 The Crowd Requests Their Favorites/04 The Celebration of the Lizard/05 A Request of the Management/06 Soul Kitchen/07 Jim Introduces Ray/08 Close To You/09 A Conversation With the Crowd/10 Peace Frog (Instrumental)/11 Blue Sunday/12 Five to One/13 The Crowd Again Requests Their Favorites/14 Jim Introduces the Movie/15 Rock Me Baby
Might as well do another post this evening as I watch my 30-year marriage crumble before my eyes......I
have to do SOMETHING and right now, I can't think of anything more constructive to do.......I sure hope I can save this thing, but I really doubt it, and you know what? I'm not all THAT upset about it.....I love this woman with all my heart, as longtime readers will know, but after threatening me with probably 20 divorces in 30 years, I really don't feel like being bullied anymore......there are as many loose women in Ohio as anywhere else, I am assuming, so, if my desire to mend this thing (AGAIN) doesn't work, I'll be putting out the call for 40+ year old Buckeye sluts!
Here are a pair of good albums from the San Francisco band The Demonics.....they I don't have, nor have I ever heard (I don't think) their 1998 debut "Formaldehyde Injection", but I do have the next two releases, 2000's "Demons on Wheels" and 2002's "Ritual on the Beach".
This was a good band...they combined 60's-era surf with 70's punk and glam to create a fairly unique sound that seemingly, to me, was fairly underappreciated......basically vocalist/guitarist Russ Wright and drummer Amy Cesari, I'd hope you'll check these out as they REALLY are quite good.
"Demons On Wheels" is a good listen all the way through, "She Devils On Wheels" and "Fuel Injected Suicide Machine" standout, but "Ritual on the Beach" is the REAL standout, a really underrated album with standouts like "Bikini Bitch" and "Evil Angel" among the standout, but towering above all is the stellar "California Nightmare", a great song which alone would be worth the price of admission.
DEMONS ON WHEELS-01 She Devils On Wheels/02 Anestesiologist/03 Little Honda/04 Dunebuggy Denise/05 Race Against Dawn/06 Purple Hearts/07 Say Ten/08 When You're Dead/09 Pure Hell/10 Dustin the Fuzz/11 Fuel Injected Suicide Machine/12 Motorgeddon/13 Untitled
RITUAL ON THE BEACH-01 Summoning Neptune/02 Ritual on the Beach/03 Mavericks/04 Makaha/05 Sector 9/06 Mother Superior/07 Bikini Bitch/08 Boys Like Me/09 What Happened to the Sun?/10 Evil Angel/11 California Nightmare/12 Aloha Oe