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Post 22 Oct 2021

My oldest child, who is ten, made me a Playlist of their favourite songs: Underworld, Grimes, Lizzy, Strawberry Fields, I Am The Walrus, a local indie jangleband called Housewitches, The Cure and Rock Me Amadeus, which has aged extraordinarily well.

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Post 22 Oct 2021

Oh and Buzzcut Season by Lorde. We'd never even talked about Lorde before so it was a bit weird to discover its on both of our favourite songs of all time list.

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Post 28 Oct 2021

Some amazing talent from my country of residence, Vietnam. Try to keep your eyes fixed on the guitar player's amazing work, gentlemen.




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Post 03 Nov 2021

A trip down memory lane for me to those hazy days way back when :crazy: :wink:


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Post 04 Nov 2021

I takes two D cells, it sounds like HELL!

If you ain't hip to the rare Housequake, shut up already.

Damn.

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Post 08 Nov 2021

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littlejam
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Post 08 Nov 2021

heyhey @adabler,

thanks for the great link to a new musician

here are some more



here is just audio (2 plus hours long)



cheers and eat well,

j
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Adabler
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Post 09 Nov 2021

littlejam wrote:
08 Nov 2021
heyhey @adabler,
thanks for the great link to a new musician
You're welcome!

She is a fantastic live performer:
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Post 10 Nov 2021

rorystorm wrote:
06 Oct 2021
littlejam wrote:
05 Oct 2021
hello,

trying to figure out which one is bestbest goodgood

prince


sinead o'connor



chris cornell

j
The Sinead OConnor cover was a big part of my life the year it was released and still pisses in circles around any other version.

On my radar at the moment, although I haven't had time to listen to it yet, is the new Tresor 30 compilation. 4 1/2 hours of brutal electro goodness.


I'm going to have to go with Sinead O'Connor's version of this song. She really made it her own, as you can tell, it doesn't sound much like the original, and that is (one element) that makes a great cover. In my opinion, it was done so well, it basically became Sinead's song, the same way "Hurt" became Johnny's song. Cornell's version is great, too, I mean, who doesn't love his voice? But his version really feels like he's covering O'Connor's version; it doesn't feel like he made it his own, when I listen to his version, I hear Sinead. And who doesn't love Prince? Dude was amazing! Sadly, those two latter talents are no longer with us. Sad. I love those guys.

Revisiting an old favorite of mine now.... The Hassles! <3
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Post 10 Nov 2021

Ueah if you can get through the video Johnny Cash's version of Hurt without crying, or at least needing a hug from your mum, you probably need to re examine your humanity. Still the original is also outstanding. I read somewhere that Trent Reznor said one of the worst experiences of his life was being taken to a strip bar by his roadies and Hurt was the song the girls were dancing to, if you can imagine that.

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Post 10 Nov 2021

hello,

i like the johnny cash movie with joaquin phoenix and reese witherspoon

here is a link to a hotchilepepper forum
and in their kitchen they have 915 pages of 'what are you listening to?'
wowza

i'm was looking into finding a woozybottle box supplier when i found the main webpage

https://thehotpepper.com/threads/what-a ... 2/page-917


they also have a 'guitar porn' thread 34 pages long

cheers and eat well,

j
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Post 11 Nov 2021

littlejam wrote:
10 Nov 2021
hello,

i like the johnny cash movie with joaquin phoenix and reese witherspoon

here is a link to a hotchilepepper forum
and in their kitchen they have 915 pages of 'what are you listening to?'
wowza

i'm was looking into finding a woozybottle box supplier when i found the main webpage

https://thehotpepper.com/threads/what-a ... 2/page-917


they also have a 'guitar porn' thread 34 pages long

cheers and eat well,

j
Great movie, yes.

I guess there's not much to do while watching chili peppers grow, other than sit around and listen to some music.... and evidently also watch some guitar porn.

rorystorm wrote:
10 Nov 2021
Ueah if you can get through the video Johnny Cash's version of Hurt without crying, or at least needing a hug from your mum, you probably need to re examine your humanity. Still the original is also outstanding. I read somewhere that Trent Reznor said one of the worst experiences of his life was being taken to a strip bar by his roadies and Hurt was the song the girls were dancing to, if you can imagine that.
I'm reminded of some comedian's bit... can't remember who it was now. But the bit goes like this:
Sitting in a strip club, looking around and noticing all the sadness and despair in their eyes. But then the dancer finally came out, and things really livened up.

Love this oldie:


I wonder if this is the first time a song using a synth hit #1 on the U.S. Country music charts?


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Post 13 Nov 2021

Trip to memory lane.....

Greetings from Miyaru.
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Post 13 Nov 2021

Having a deep dive into sonic youth's bsndcamp. God they were good in the 80s and then it all went quite wrong.

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Post 13 Nov 2021

rorystorm wrote:
13 Nov 2021
Having a deep dive into sonic youth's bsndcamp. God they were good in the 80s and then it all went quite wrong.
Happens to a lot of them unfortunately.
Sometimes they only have so much to give musically or they let fame and money dictate the path. A rare 10% just keep pulling their genius from somewhere and go for years on a high.

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Post 14 Nov 2021

rorystorm wrote:
13 Nov 2021
Having a deep dive into sonic youth's bsndcamp. God they were good in the 80s and then it all went quite wrong.
I can think of bands that went way, way wronger than Sonic Youth did

They might not have made another Sister or Daydream Nation, but they never stopped releasing interesting, experimental, envelope-pushing music. Washing Machine, A Thousand Leaves and The Eternal are all solid releases, and there's some amazing stuff in the SYR series

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Post 14 Nov 2021

Yeah, I was listening to jaccuse ted Hughes last night, which id never heard before and the 2nd track on it is really nice. But to be honest I really only listen to the first 3 albums and after that I fi d them a bit dull. I know I'm alone with this but I'm not a fan of Daydream Nation. Killer lead track, but the rest bores me. Confusion Is Sex on the other hand blows my mind 30 years after I first bought it. Oh but Goo is pretty great too, and I quite like Goodbye 20th Century. Other than that it's just a long haul of slowly watching them turning into Phish.

In my mind, at least!

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Post 14 Nov 2021

I've been listening to Empirion a lot lately, they're great:


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Post 14 Nov 2021

Been listening to Dijon's new album "Absolutely" which dropped this month :)


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Post 17 Nov 2021

I've been listening to Chvurches quite a bit over the last few months.
New Album Screen Violence is really good. Stand-out tracks are Nightmares, How not to Drown (guest appearance from Robert Smith of the Cure), and Good Girls.
The lead singer Lauren's vocals cut through the electronic proceedings with ease and there are some massive musical hookworms in most tracks!

Earlier material is really great too. Going to see them live in Manchester next year :D




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Post 19 Nov 2021

I'm listening to Omit, an experimental artist from the top of Te wai pounamu. Drone, electronics, some musique concrete. Done with an entirely home made modular system, its quite something to see.

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Post 23 Nov 2021

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Post 24 Nov 2021



Conan The Barbarian OST by Basil Poledouris.
Pretty much the most manly shit anyone's ever composed.
Tracks 1 2 3 would had had Wagner pissing down his leg. Orff can piss off too. This is the end of all that sort of thing.

I've posted the Spotify link because the Version on Youtube is very poorly conducted.
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littlejam
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Post 24 Nov 2021

hello,

found this on youtube
3 hours long (includes lots of remixes and additional music)
click the 'more' button and there is a playlist




have a goodgood holiday and eat well,

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