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27 sept. 2011, 17h09m par roxamarialisten
1. Kundalini – 23 Skidoo
2. Harry Nilsson – Put The Lime In The Coconut
3. Tomutonttu – Lautta Lähtee
4. Bitchin Bajas – Water 4
5. Errors – Bridge or Cloud?
6. Department of Eagles – Noam Chomsky Spring Break 2002
7. Glass Ghost – Mechanical Life (feat. Luke Temple)
8. Serge Gainsbourg – Initials B.B.
9. Laurie Anderson – O Superman
10. Remember Remember – Hey Zeus
11. Planningtorock – Local Foreigner
12. Phil Manzanera – Bogota
13. Flat Earth Society – Kotopoulopology
14. Relaxed Muscle – Rod of Iron
15. Princess Chelsea – The Cigarette Duo
23 fév. 2011, 13h19m par AnovA_MusicWe surly hope that Bare Wire, this San Francisco trio, will go onstage covered with feathers and makeup, as their soft glam rock music requires.
They fusion the Phil Manzanera (Roxy Music) guitar sounds and the slicky moves of T.Rex into a sunny side up 60’s garage-rock, that we just adore.
Thank godAnova Music is located in Tel Aviv, cause we surly appreciate the sun here. So we listened to their music, put on our Ray-Bans, and went for a ride in our cabriolet while trying to get attention to girls. It didn’t work out, we came back by bus. Still need a plane for SXSW2011 though.
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29 août 2010, 20h47m par samueljeronimohttp://i1023.photobucket.com/albums/af359/samueljeronimo_photos/robertwyatt_rockbottom.jpg
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Gente de aqui e de agora e outras canções (Orfeu, 1971);
- Agitation Free, 2nd (Vertigo, 1973);
- Aksak Maboul, Un peu de l'ame des bandits (Crammed, 1979);
- Al Di Meola, Elegant gypsy (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Land of the midnight sun (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Casino (Columbia, 1977);
- Al Green, Let's stay together (Hi, 1972);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Tales of mystery and imagination (Mercury, 1975);
- The Alan Parsons Project, I Robot (Arista, 1977);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Pyramid (Arista, 1978);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Idlewild south (Capricorn, 1970);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Eat a peach (Polydor, 1972);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Brothers and sisters (Capricorn, 1973);
- Alusa Fallax, Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione (Mellow, 1974);
- Amazing Blondel, Fantasia lindum (Island, 1971);
26 fév. 2010, 15h16m par JoeIsListeningOkay, last week half of the entries disappeared. This week, another half will disappear. And the next week, and the next...
But according to Zeno's Paradox, I will never get to the end.
Okay, maybe that's a little obscure for a Friday morning, but it's the best I could do because I've had a long week, too. And now, on with the show...
Frosted Flake Wood - Hooverphonic ***
Perspective - Peter Gabriel ***
Comments: I've been a long-time fan of Peter Gabriel, but there's something about the Hooverphonic song that's evocative, even if it is a little weird. And there's that Mellotron, too.
The Winner: Frosted Flake Wood.
All the Way Up to Heaven - Guster ***
Sam Hall - Johnny Cash **
Comments: Both of these songs wearing a little thin during round 2. Perhaps I need to reassess the rating of the Guster song.
The Winner: Guster
Got To Get You In My Life - The Beatles ***
19 fév. 2010, 13h37m par JoeIsListeningMasochist that I am, here I go for the third year in a row with my answer to March Madness - namely Music Madness. Sixty-four songs randomly chosen by my iTunes, the only stipulation being that participants from previous years have been excluded.
This year's crop is interesting. There are no less than three long medleys here. There's not as much over-representation of artists this year; Ben Folds gets three - one with and two without the Five; and Sufjan Stevens and Smashing Pumpkins each score two entries (which is strange because I only have two Pumpkins albums). As in years previous, there's a great spread of material, from pop to prog to jazz to novelty. Jandek even rears his head once more. Seems like he's had an entry every year.
One changeup from last year. My difficulty rating symbol has been changed from the reliable asterisk to the plus sign - the scale being one plus (I could judge this one without listening to either song but I did anyway just to be fair) to five pluses (why…
3 jui. 2009, 16h19m par BROTHERLOGHit Back Alley Music in Charlottetown a little older and more experienced in record buying. The store is still good but feels a little overpriced. Gone is the back room with thousands of dollar discs.
Picked up Phil Manzanera's Diamond Head (awesome) and an Adrian Belew, Twang Bar King.
Also grabbed Kate Bush's Never for Ever and The Dreaming. Listening to and reading the liner notes on the former last night I was struck by how great Bush is, not only as an artist, but by the fact that she produced both records, oversaw the art direction, owns the publishing rights and had a record company. I suppose her artistic freedom, variety and risk-taking is a result of her creative control. More to come on Kate Bush. (I'm looking for a biography.)
1 fév. 2009, 20h12m par soundhead801Bardo Pond - Lapsed
Well, I have to say, if there had never been a Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Youth, or Flying Saucer Attack, this would have been a pretty interesting album. But unfortunately for the stoner/droners, everything they're attempting here has been done, and done better. Actually the closest comparison I can think of is BJM's debut Methodrone, though with the pop sensibility replaced with a kind of restless, agitated funk that puts this more in line with Slint, and their innumerable spawn. This might seem like a compliment, but bear in mind any instrumental finesse that the band might be hiding here is buried under blankets of featureless guitar fuzz. Basically what I'm getting at is that the album is a whole lot of distorted guitar racket with some whispers and groans popping up at intervals. I know that's what Shoegaze (and all manner of other groups/scenes) were all about, but they did it so much better. …
28 nov. 2008, 14h17m par matig7----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2006/08/26 Gdańsk, Stocznia Gdańska:
David Gilmour, Rick Wright (Pink Floyd)
Phil Manzanera, Guy Pratt, Dick Parry, Jon Carin, Steve Di Stanislao, Leszek Możdżer with Polish Baltic Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Zbigniew Preisner
2013/08/20 Warszawa, Stadion Narodowy
Roger Waters The Wall
2011/04/18 Łódź, Atlas Arena:
Roger Waters The Wall
2013/12/07 Czechy - Praga, O2 ARENA:
2011/06/21 Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa:
2012/03/01 Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa:
2010/05/27 Warszawa, Bemowo:
2015/07/25 Warszawa, Stadion Narodowy:
2014/07/11 Warszawa, Stadion Narodowy:
Alice in Chains
2009/05/01 Wrocław, Thanks Jimi Festival:
2009/08/06 Chorzów, Stadion Śląski:
2011/08.11 Katowice, Spodek - Metal Hammer Festival:
5 août 2008, 13h26m par el_espirituzzhttp://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/8946901.jpg
Hellville Deluxe es el título del nuevo trabajo en solitario de Enrique Bunbury que se pondrá a la venta a partir de 7 de Octubre de este año. Algo antes, 6 de Septiembre, arrancará en Zaragoza la gira de presentación de este album.(ver al final de este post para las fechas españolas). Actualmente ya se conoce la lista de temas de Hellville Deluxe:
01. El hombre delgado que no flaqueará jamás
02. Porque las cosas cambian
03. Bujías para el dolor
04. Si no fuera por ti
05. Hay muy poca gente
06. El porqué de tus silencios
07. Doscientos huesos y un collar de calaveras
08. Irremediablemente cotidiano
09. Canción cruel
10. Todos lo haremos mejor en el futuro
Este trabajo lleva como título el nombre de la casa que Bunbury tiene en el Puerto de Santa María. Estará producido por Phil Manzanera y cambia de banda para la ocasión. En la nueva formación se observa claramente la ausencia de los instrumentos de viento tan típicos de la etapa con el Huracán Ambulante: