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3 Jun 2011, 03:21 by lookbackboreNurse With Wound: Who Can I Turn To Stereo (2CD Jnana - pretty straightforward re-release of Who Can I Turn To Stereo coupled with Stereo Wastelands plus unreleased track and single edit of Yagga Blues)
Simple Minds: New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84) (WG)
Véronique Sanson: "Le Maudit"
The Bats: Fear Of God
John Coltrane: Blue Train (Blue Note SACD)
Duke Ellington: Black, Brown And Beige (CBS Mastersound)
Dorothy Ashby: In A Minor Groove
Mike Oldfield: QE2 (HDCD)
Mike Oldfield: Five Miles Out (HDCD)
Mike Oldifield: Exposed (2LP)
Boz Scaggs: Hits! (35DP)
Fleetwood Mac: In Concert - Mirage Tour '82 (LD)
The Modern Jazz Quartet: MJQ Live At The Lighthouse (MFSL)
Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band: Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller)
Rita Lee: Atrás Do Porto Tem Una Cidade
Jay Greenberg: Symphony #5 (SACD)
Foetus: Male! (DVD)
Nurse With Wound: The Vernacular Surface - Salt (limited edition of 100 art edition vinyl reissue of Salt…
4 Jul 2008, 02:21 by lappado1. How did you get into 29?
Julee Cruise: Why, through Twin Peaks of course!
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Clive Carroll: Don't remember. I saw him live the first time I heard him, and I hardly ever remember set lists and stuff like that.
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Hellbillies: I have four of their albums on CD, namely 'Lakafant', 'Liv e' Laga', 'CoolTur' and 'Spissrotgang'.
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
Eels: No one song really stands out as a favourite, but if I had to pick one I would go for 'Railroad Man'.
5. What is your favorite song by 5?
Steely Dan: My Old School has got everything that the Dan is all about. Coolness, smugness, clever lyrics and great musicianship. Hands down my favourite.
6. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
George Harrison: Any Road - the opening track from his last album 'Brainwashed' - always puts a smile on my face.
7. What is your favorite song by 10?
3 Jun 2008, 08:23 by Klapac... in continuos updating:
Nomadi (x 226)
Elio e le Storie Tese (x 51)
Four Tiles (x 14)
La Notte delle Chitarre (x 12)
Custodie Cautelari, Elio e Cesareo (x 8)
Mercanti Di Liquore (x 7)
Trio Bobo (x 7)
Bisio E Le Storie Tese E Elio (x 5)
Custodie Cautelari & Maurizio Solieri (x 5)
Bandabardò (x 4)
Mille Anni Ancora (x 4)
Famiglia Rossi (x 4)
Davide Van De Sfroos (x 3)
Piccola Orchestra Apocrifa (x 3)
Custodie Cautelari (x2)
Custodie Cautelari & Cesareo (x 2)
Elliott Murphy (x2)
Giuliano Palma & The BlueBeaters (x 2)
Merqury Band & Cesareo (x 2)
MT Live (x2)
Steve Rogers Band (x 2)
Stef Burns (x2)
Après La Classe
Bernardo Lanzetti & gli Extra
Bob Jones & Bluegrass Cats
Elio in "Figaro il Barbiere"
Elio & Nextime Ensamble
Elio, Roberto Fabbriciani e Attilio Bergamelli
26 Mar 2008, 01:37 by bdlangtonThis is my personal top 100 albums of all time. As you can see, they are ordered, but really, that's tough to do beyond the top 10 or so. I go back and forth what should be my #1 between my top 2. Deep down, I think Rain Dogs is the best album of all time, but I've just gotta put Bob at #1! Bob Dylan and Tom Waits dominate the list at 11 albums a piece.
1. Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited
2. Tom Waits – Rain Dogs
3. Neil Young – After the Goldrush
4. The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
5. Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde
6. Radiohead – OK Computer
7. The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
8. Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
9. Primus – Pork Soda
10. Ezra Furman & The Harpoons – Banging Down the Doors
11. Van Morrison – Moondance
12. Iron & Wine – Our Endless Numbered Days
13. Bob Dylan – Bringing It All Back Home
14. Neil Young – Harvest
15. Dave Matthews Band – Under The Table And Dreaming
16. Tom Waits – Frank's Wild Years
19 Jan 2007, 00:03 by Damfino83In no particular order, save for maybe the first few.
Tom Waits- Orphans, Brawlers, Bawlers and Bastards
Neko Case- Fox Confessor Brings the Flood
The Gossip- Standing In The Way Of Control
Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins- Rabbit Fur Coat
Cat Power- The Greatest
Camera Obscura- Let's Get Out Of This Country
Belle and Sebastian- The Life Pursuit
The Beatles- Love
Regina Spektor- Begin To Hope (w/ bonus disc)
Corinne Bailey Rae- Corinne Bailey Rae
TV on the Radio- Return to Cookie Mountain
Gnarls Barkley- St. Elsewhere
Sunset Rubdown- Shut Up I Am Dreaming
Johnny Cash- American V: A Hundred Highway
Bob Dylan- Modern Times
Josh Ritter- The Animal Years
Liars- Drum's Not Dead
Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris- All the Roadrunning
Midlake- The Trials of Van Occupanther
Nouvelle Vague- Band A'part
Paul Simon- Surprise
The Pipettes- We Are The Pipettes
Vetiver- To Find Me Gone
Calexico- Garden Ruin
Yo La Tengo- I Am Not Afraid Of You and I Will Beat Your Ass
Mastodon- Blood Mountain
9 Jan 2007, 22:22 by frma1. Howe Gelb - 'Sno angel like you
2. The Plan - Walk for gold
3. Moneybrother - Pengabrorsan
4. Bruce Springsteen - We shall overcome: The Pete Seeger Sessions
5. Solomon Burke - Nashville
6. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - All my roadrunning
7. Pär Hagström & Cirkus Transmopol - We are music
8. Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins - Rabbit fur coat
9. Kjell Höglund - Pandoras ask
10. The Be Good Tanyas - Hello Love
11. Bob Dylan - Modern times
12. Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Tuesday Wonderland
13. Anna Ternheim - Separation Road
14. M Ward - Post-War
15. Casey Dienel - Wind-up canary
16. Stuart A Staples - Leaving songs
17. Candi Staton - His hands
18. Joan as Police Woman - Real life
19. Essex Green - Cannibal Sea
20. Hot Chip - The Warning
24 Aug 2006, 15:30 by modernmeggieBitch, a magazine that I love and whose tagline is "feminist response to pop culture," always publishes a music section in their magazine each quarter. Their summer quarterly held many promising artists who I reviewed myself and loved, such as Delta 5, Goldfrapp and Stereolab. This quarter holds many new artists that I've never heard of before and have still yet to review, but I will list them below, along with a short snipet that Bitch describes about them. After I actually listen to some of them myself, I will later post another journal entry, "part 2". So, here they are...
Camera Obscura, album: Let's Get Out of This Country
If music could be worn: Fuzzy sweaters and corduroy pants.
Hangouts: Libraries, garage sales, a bar with an old jukebox.
Roseanne Cash, album: Black Cadillac
Tastes like: Bitter fruit.
Goes with: The morning after a funeral, when you finally have to get up and go on.
Lila Downs, album: La Cantina
File under: Romance.
Goes with: Good friends and a pitcher of sangria.