13 Jul 2012, 13:41 de blacklizard63
26 Nov 2011, 19:43 de blacklizard63Just love these things, it's sad, I know ;)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Stop
Beres Hammond & Mikey Zappow - World
First Day At School:
The Thrills - Deckchairs and Cigarettes
Falling In Love:
Four Tet - Parks
Calexico - Close Behind
Calexico - Minas De Cobre (For Better Metal)
Dire Straits - One World
Joe Jackson - Breaking Us In Two
The Clash - Robber Dub
Like driving around listening to KJAH radio in Grand Theft Auto!
Lloyd Cole - Glass Jar
Absolutely useable as film score, instrumental, ambient
Getting back together:
Chris Mills - Signal/Noise
The Prodigy - Girls
Birth of Child:
Meat Loaf - Heroes
Drive-By Truckers - 3 Dimes Down
More like a bar fight I guess.
The Cure - All Cats Are Grey
21 May 2010, 20:47 de ojaars
10 Mar 2008, 11:57 de RissanA concert Of Joe Jackson is always like a first introduction. Although you know eachother for years, at the start there's always an uncomfortable first five minutes, in his case a first uncomfortable song.
This time the first song of the set turned out to be Stepping Out. The sound wasn't okay, the vocals were sung as if Joe was taking a shower, but the audience loved it already. After this Joe relaxed, started to talk, made funny faces, laughted and was interacting with the people.
With a new album out it was obvious that Joe, accompanied again by Graham Maby and Dave Houghton, would play a lot of the album. The audience wasn't disappointed with a setlist that included eight of the ten tracks. Although there were people in the audience unaware that he had released a new album recently.
For me it was a bit disappointed that opener "Invisible Man" wasn't played, although I could understand it, since the track was on the setlist in the 2006 and 2007 tour.
28 Ene 2007, 3:10 de chanti72
7 May 2006, 17:24 de thewilyfilipinoI thought I'd post a couple of former blog entries from 2003, all tricked out with last.fm tags. Yes, this shows how much older I am than y'all.
It starts off as a paean to True"as the best song of 1983, then proceeds in another post to talk about the rest of the year:
The great NYFD firefighter and actor Steve Buscemi immortalizes this song in the otherwise forgettable Adam Sandler vehicle The Wedding Singer: he winces, he exhales extra H's, he emotes. Spandau Ballet's lead singer, Tony Hadley, would never have done that; dressed in all his Bryan Ferry finery and sporting his New Romantic do, he stood with the mike pinched in the fingers of his hand... and emoted. "Oh I want the truth to be SAIIIIID .
Yes, "True." Performed by a band with one of the most stupid band names imaginable, "True" invaded Philippine airwaves, spawned a silly Spandau Ballet - Duran Duran showdown on DWLS 97.1*, and jumpstarted the dead-end careers of a million amateur singers. …