Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Sear, Nov 11, 2021.
Mega City Four
Five or Six
That's a tough one... Buck-o-Nine?
Fear of Men
Cargo of Despair
I would guess Borbetomagus?
And probably most other noise stuff...
But if you like skronky free jazz, you would dig Borbetomagus. They were introduced at a show as "free jazz extreme," which I think captures their vibe well.
For years I was the only one here to laud Intersystems, but a handful of you have since come around.
Mega City Four and the Business. Got albums by both, still dig ‘em.
After a full forum search I see that there's at least one other fan here (don't know if they're active or not), but he's only mentioned 21 times in all the forum posts here. I guess that means I'm in rarified air when I say I'm a big fan of Ephraim Lewis. He released a fantastic debut album in 1992 and was tragically murdered by LAPD in 1994.
Not a whole lot of Donna the Buffalo fans around here certainly. I've seen them easily 25x.
Also rarely got much traction discussing Bucky Pizzarelli, who I have seen about as much and considered the greatest living guitarist in the decade or so before he passed.
The Dog Food Sound
The Zydeco Revelators
Ooh I've been meaning to check them out, what's a good starting point? Nice TG avatar btw
I'll have a go.
The Jim Jones Revue.
That was a great sole album.. He is one of those artists I never consider myself as a fan of, because the was gone before it really started and I don't recall there being any live shows (although I may stand corrected on that one). Simply one album and then literally cut dead.
3/4 here... Mega City 4, Hurrah! & Five or Six
It's good to know.
I was listening MC4 "Magic Bullets"now
I bought their Rumble LP back in 1984, still play it to this day
Dogs On Ice
Don't Mean Maybe
How about these?
And Also The Trees
Sad Lovers & Giants
Nice. I have never heard of him, but the guy could sing.
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