Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by *Zod*, Jun 26, 2012.
I have 3
Archipelago's only and self titled album - bassoon accordion, and percussion - jazz and tango
zzyzx by alphadiabetic - instrumental rock. I discovered this when a few tracks were free downloads on Amazon. I know nothing about the band. Unfortunately, the music is only available as a download from multiple sites or as a CDR from Amazon
Yr by Steve Tibbets - discovered this in 83 when it was playing in a record store while I was shopping. Bought it before leaving.
This album from 1980 on Rocket Records by Johnny Warman, featuring a line-up of Johnny, Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, Larry Fast, Dave Lawson, and pg guesting on one track. One of the best Hugh Padgham productions you've never heard, fabulous music but hard to categorise. Everyone I have played this to has loved it.
I opted for this title because it came first, but in the words of Yoda, 'There is another'.
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Been listening to State Cows for about 2 weeks
and am loving it. very well done Steely Dan-ish meets West coast late 70s vibe.
Good album, though it doesn't quite capture what a great live band they were, sheesh I saw them so many times. Definitely one of my fave Toronto bands from that era, bought the cd of this last year!
Have a Nice Life - Deathconsciousness
Industrial post-rock. Entire double album up here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pp9DC56hh8
Hollywood Dream - Thunderclap Newman
Get It - Dave Edmunds
Eddie & The Falcons - Roy Wood's Wizzard
Mustard - Roy Wood
terence boylan - s/t
terence boylan - suzy
richard torrance - anything's possible
glass harp - s/t
michael stanley band - heartland
Beautiful beautiful beautiful music.
Comsat Angels, Waiting for a Miracle
I really love the Bees (a.k.a. A Band of Bees), but they don't seem to have made much of a commercial impact at least here in the States. I guess you could say that they have sort of a retro 60's sound, but they combine a diverse range of different influences in a really fresh way: psychedelia, soul, ska, blues, Brazillian music, folk, etc. They have a great organ driven sound that's complimented by lots of inventive instrumental flourishes. Free The Bees and Octopus are both brilliant.
I have both of those on vinyl and really like them. Really nice sounding lp's, too!
Icicle Works - The Small Price of a Bicycle
Their sophomore album was ignored in the states, but it's in my top-10 of all time list. Especially for this song:
good grief, there's some great stuff in this post I have never heard about before. The few samples I was searching for in youtube already made me a happy man
Mountain's "Nantucket Sleighride" and even "Climbing!"
You're welcome! I'm glad you like them. Want more? ;-)
There you go!
Holly Palmer - Tender Hooks (produced by Howie B and David Kahne)
Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman - Songs From the Victorious City
(This is the bridge between Anne's membership in the Art Of Noise and her later soundtrack work - with an Egyptian touch to it)
Cesar Rosas - Soul Disguise (the lone solo album by the other Los Lobos guitarist)
Billy Bremner - No Ifs, Buts, Maybes (3rd solo album from the 3rd man in Edmunds & Lowe's Rockpile)
Billy Burnette - Coming Home (this got me into country music back in the day)
Eleni Mandell - Snakebite
Vishwa Mohan Bhatt / Jerry Douglas / Edgar Meyer - Bourbon And Rosewater
Low Stars - Low Stars (Chris Seefried, Dave Gibbs, Jude Christodal, Jeff Russo - produced by George Drakoulias)
Beautiful - Beautiful (Cristiano Godano, Gianni Maroccolo, Howie B, Luca Borgia, Ricardo Tesio)
Al Anderson - Pay Before You Pump
Farm Dogs - Immigrant Sons (Bernie Taupin, Jim Cregan, Robin LeMesurier, Tony Brock, Tad Wadhams)
Howie B - Turn the Dark Off
Jools Holland & his Rhythm N Blues Orchestra - Hop the Wag
Bobby King & Terry Evans - Rhythm N Blues, Soul N Grooves
Martin Page - In the House Of Stone And Light
Douglas Spotted Eagle - Closer To Far Away
Julianna Raye - Something Peculiar
John Miles - Upfront
Soul Mission - Soul Mission (the band includes Booker T Jones, Steve Cropper, James Gadson, Freddie Washington, the singers include Tata Vega, Mavis Staples, Alfie Silas, Victor Cook ... what a gospel album)
Kim Wilson - That's Life (the Fab T-Birds' frontman's best solo album, imho)
Salme Dahlstrom - The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade (Big Beat meets rockabilly guitar)
Larry Thurston - School For Fools (solo album of the former Blues Bros Band singer)
The Muggs - S/T
The Muggs - On With The Show
The Muggs - Born Ugly
Gloritone - Fainter Farther Still
Gloritone - Cup Runneth Over
Godley & Creme "Goodbye Blue Sky
Was listening to Antidote by Jenny Toomey today and thought of this thread. Not a single dud on the album. Beautifully written, played and recorded.
Another good one, is English rock country band Bronco's Ace of Sunlight
Some songs off the album
Good one. Wow, released 20 years ago this September. Played it a lot back then.
Shake Some Action
Q65 - Revolution (1966)
Tages - Studio (1967)
Circus - S/T (1973)
Blue Clear Sky - S/T (1970)
The Dillards - Wheatstraw Suite (1968)
Mr Bungle S/T
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