Yesterday back from work in a place that normally has only books. "Everything about this record feels flimsy. The paper stock, the print job, the vinyl. But the music is solid. They sound every bit as good as the real thing."
Last edited by gogo; 30-06-2011 at 08:10 AM.
A trip to a local shop and a look through the new arrivals:
Good example of a record where a boring selection of songs to cover is somewhat saved by inventive interpretations. Nice to find for cheap.
Funk-jazz-soul-hybrid. Of some sort. Excellent - I like electric violin groove.
Swedish postpunk with the amazing Freddie Wadling on vocals.
Fun to compare then: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkfPLIJbi-o
And now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNwldbPFrdo
Sunn O & Boris
Droooooooooooooones. Deeeeeeeeep bass. Is on youtube but totally pointless to link to as the 3LP box have very little music on each side to accomodate for an unearthly low rumbling roar of sound without loss of sound quality. Listening to it ripped for use on youtube makes it seem completely pointless.
Nice finds BB - but are they July ?
Love that silly Shadows album
Banned (DJ Anchovy)