Can anyone recommend me any great records with spoken vocals? Especially if they are fast. Am thinking Flying Lizards and the very great Art Interface (as featured on my swap).
William S. Burroughs & Gus Van Sant
Came out on a 7" on the SOL label b/w "The Hipster Bebop Junkies"
The album he did with The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy is pretty good as well.
"Here comes the Fun Cooker!!"
Away with your fussing and fighting Babylon
Away with your hypocrite system
I have posted this up before, but I think it fits right in here (well...as much as it fits in anywhere).
Bop around - lose all your junk...
Drastically reduced to 72p
from the woman from the flying lizards
deborah and the puerto ricans - respect
should be real cheap if you can find one
ooh respect me
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
Nothing is going to get better. It's not.”
― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax
John S Hall and Kramer - Real Men
Disturbed genius [ and King Missile related i think ]
Banned (DJ Anchovy)
A House -Endless Art
And the female version
Last edited by LDJB; 13-04-2012 at 11:55 PM.
and how about this VG+ fave
..... the musical parts, splicing and production (I'll get me coat then).
Last edited by el sporto; 14-04-2012 at 09:38 AM.
Nice on indeed el sporto and thanks for all these, most of which are new on me. Had no idea about Deborah and the Peurto Ricans.
Have seen the Dirk Bogarde LP a few times here. Will investigate.
Not fast, but similar to Burroughs - who she worked with - I really like Leslie Winer who made a sort of precursor to Trip Album called "Witch", as (c), as in the copyright symbol, from the late 80's and just recently had an e.p. out as Purity Supreme: http://www.ashinternational.com/edit...s_already.html Lots on her YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRf86...ure=plpp_video
Laminated with Clarifoil™
also see : davidhopkinson.org
More here in this Mick Sinclair interview with Deborah.
Sounds as if it would go well with the Reginald Bousinquat above.The flip side of the single is tongue-twistingly titled 'Side A Side B Side'. It contains a light weight disco-funk carrier upon which Deborah conducts a phone conversation and cops an exchange exploding with, a plethora of crossed lines. She confides a keenness for radio phone ins (she'll go blind!) and likens them to the Warhol concept of everybody enjoying fame for a brief time.
She also reveals that she was/is a poet (anyone know more?) and discusses Dennis Bovell's interesting production techniques:
!!“He did say I recited the words to 'Respect' with no feeling or meaning so he pretended he was going to rape me. Only at the last minute did he tell me that he wasn't. We used the vocal take we did immediately after that.
OK: ready; let's do it ...
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