"I Wish I had not Said That" by JJ Cale
"Sunny Side of Echo" by Dunedin Dunedin
from echo magic
"Michael Rother and Fruende" by Michael Rother and Fruende
Clunk pretty much summed it up- Steve Shelley is the rightful heir to the Dinger legacy, wasting no time getting into the heaviest Dinger groove. Rother's chainsaw tone, with no amplifier was classic, too. The Harmonia song, (2nd song on Deluxe?) killed it. Don't miss this if you get the chance.
"Echo Magic Shruthi Flux for Lap Steel" by Dunedin Dunedin
Hey chims I know its not feel free friday, but Im feeling pretty free right now, so I posted the live performance I was mentioning from the other night, now with the lap steel and eveything in there. it went over pretty well! Live at Loewe Theater
"echo magic flux for lap steel" by Dunedin Dunedin
This is a sneak peak at the backing track I will be performing with next Tuesday at a class performance. the mix will be in surround and I will be playing lap steel, so this is only half the picture.
Also- if any chims want to come its free 8:00 Tuesday the 16th at Leowe Theater 35 W 4th St. NY, NY
"all" by josey wales, king yellowman and others
can't get enough of this hot video. Its long, but rad. keeping the Monday jamaican styles going!
"Your Protector" by Fleet Foxes
I owe Winter Chim a thanks for making me listen to a new band for once. Usually that backfires, but this one really grabbed me. This record has a great mood, especially this song.
"Where Teardrops Fall" by Bob Dylan
from Oh Mercy
This track is from the first Bob Dylan and Daniel Lanois collaboration. Ive been getting into later era Dylan stuff, but this style was brand new for him- even different form other 80s stuff. I don't think people were very into it at the time, but I think this record is pretty cool. Of course the two collaborators perfected their sound on "Time out of Mind." Don't mind the feel-free sounds of the sax which fit right into the era. Its like Bruce Springsteen laid a mandate on the music world that no song would be allowed to be released unless it featured some form of saxualization.
Where Teardrops Fall
"all" by John Cale
from Paris 1919
I love alphabetical mash ups. This record came on alphabetically after a mellow morning jam of Joe Zawanul's self titled masterpiece. Surprisingly it goes well. I forgot about this record. It is really an out of nowhere gem, kind of british folk inspired. Lovely songs.
"More Than This" by Roxy Music
Chiming late style this evening. I just came across this gem of a video. I love how Brian Ferry feels free to stroke his ego so shamelessly over the top. Watching himself alone on the big screen in the movie theater. I guess thats what happens when you afford the coke these guys could get. Oh- also- could this ever be cool now? I want to go back to times when middle aged men ruled the pop charts with faggy art rock..
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