Friday, November 28, 2014
"You know me - I'm acting dumb..." Scene ain't particularly humdrum today though. Have a nice weekend.
Buzzcocks - Boredom
Adverts - Bored Teenagers
Snatch - When I'm Bored
Destroy All Monsters - Bored
Iggy Pop - I'm Bored
Plus the obvious non-boring bonus track to make it a six pack:
Boredoms - Bocabola
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
A shimmering delight from Sandy Denny and her Fotheringay, tiptoeing through the tulips at the so-called Dutch Woodstock: the 1970 Holland Pop Festival in Rotterdam. "Come inside before it starts to rain..."
Fotheringay - Two Weeks Last Summer (live)
Monday, November 24, 2014
Want the gospel truth? Then look no further and get the exemplary When I Reach That Heavenly Shore triple disc collection. Out December 9 on the trademark-of-quality Tompkins Square label, so would make an excellent Xmas prezzie methinks.
Blind Gussie Nesbit - Pure Religion
Friday, November 21, 2014
All dig one of the - admittedly very few - highlights on Beck's Song Reader collection. Yup, that's Jerry Williams Junior, better known as the Dogg, bringing total destruction to your mind yet once again.
Swamp Dogg - America, Here's My Boy
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
"I took myself for a strong and loving soul, 'til I found myself face down on the barroom floor..." A melancholic Jerry Jeff tackles a Michael Murphey composition, live with the Lost Gonzo Band in the outlaw country outpost of Luckenbach, Texas.
Jerry Jeff Walker - Backsliders Wine
Monday, November 17, 2014
Been listening to quite a bit of jazz lately, and thought a hot little six pack would be just the thing for a dreary Monday like this one. So without further ado...
Bud Shank - All The Things You Are
Lee Konitz - People Will Say We're In Love
Blue Mitchell - The Thing To Do
Kenny Clarke - Bohemia After Dark
Archie Shepp & Mal Waldron - Left Alone
Friday, November 14, 2014
What would a Current 93 album be without the warblings of Antony? Cue esoteric high priest David Tibet's latest offering, the piano-driven I Am The Last Of All The Field That Fell: A Channel. Here goes, my Johnsons: "The hope light in your eyes moved open the spheres and spelled 'summer dust'..."
Current 93 - Mourned Winter Then
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
Friday, November 7, 2014
A moving and hypnotizing requiem to one of the true blues greats? Check! As Fahey, the original American Primitive guitar maestro, once said about this composition himself: "He was in his quiet way, a very great man, and I deeply mourn our loss of him. So, I wrote this requiem for him, about him, but I play it the way Charley Patton would have played it, had he ever thought of such a thing, which of course he never would have..."
John Fahey - Requiem For John Hurt
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
"I almost asked you who you were..." The long-forgotten 360's hailed from Boston and came upon the scene in '91 with a pretty fine debut album called Illuminated. Is it just me, or does this sound just a tiny bit dated already?
360's - Deadpan Superstar