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  • Ali-Red

    It sounded so oriental but similar to Debussy and Stravinsky, theatrical in some parts too.

    4 ore fa Rispondi
  • Ali-Red

    Gonna listen to some Tekemitsu today :)

    3 Mag 6:59 Rispondi
  • Nimbie

    I've listened to than Vice Versa EP and it's great, reminds me a bit of Mainliner

    29 Apr 16:02 Rispondi
  • Nimbie

    I've heard of them but have never listened to them, and they seem way more interesting than I thought. Don't know why, but I thought they played some kind of Grateful Dead-like old school style psychedelia.

    24 Apr 15:17 Rispondi
  • Ali-Red

    I only noticed him in one other user's library, Mahlernia I think. Does he use Japanese folk elements in his Classical music, or approach to it.

    22 Apr 18:31 Rispondi
  • Ali-Red

    Yeah, would have been cool to exchange music and stuff.

    13 Apr 18:56 Rispondi
  • Ali-Red

    Nice taste, very diverse.

    29 Mar 11:37 Rispondi
  • letsplayarecord

    tim buckley's self-titled album now streaming in full: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZnwv8dZ3UY

    25 Mar 4:29 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    His book is on my list of books to read over the Summer (and beyond) when I have more free time. I have heard a couple of the bits he did with the Theatre of Eternal Music/Dream Syndicate, but only once or twice each. On a similar note, have you ever heard Zeitkratzer's cover of Metal Machine Music? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3hbBGpGF5o)? I can certainly appreciate the idea that Cale fans are damaged goods... I would probably find it difficult to believe that someone could connect emotionally with a song like "Engine" without having at least one screw loose.

    16 Mar 23:38 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    John Cale has certainly had a more varied and interesting career than Lou Reed or Iggy Pop, but I haven't actually listened to all of his stuff yet. The Island Trilogy (Fear, Slow Dazzle and Helen Of Troy) were basically my soundtrack for last year though. Admittedly I haven't really got to grips with anything after that, but obviously "Paris 1919" and "Vintage Violence" (particularly "Amsterdam") are incredible. One of the three early drone albums I've listened to that he's done is considerably better than the other, but I can't remember which is which off the top of my head. "What's Welsh For Zen" I got ahold off from Ebay and it is a very cool looking book (visually, stylistically), but sadly much like Cale's more classical works I have yet to find the time to appreciate it properly. (i.e. by reading it).

    11 Mar 20:51 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    I would say that everything bad about Lulu is worse in Avenue B with the sole exception of "overall length". But since Christgau gave The Raven a B+ I can only assume he would've given Lulu an A+ if he hadn't been too ashamed to be reviewing a Metallica album.

    11 Mar 14:15 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    I've never seen Lou look as happy as in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBd4SuDNsGQ

    9 Mar 23:52 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    Actually now that you mention it I seem to remember Christgau making mention of "Dum Dum Boys" as a choice cut from "The Idiot". That's the sort of comment I can get behind. "Kill City" (if you count that as an Iggy solo record) is very good and "New Values" is probably a 7/10 album. I can't really recommend anything he's done between "New Values" and the 90s, except that there are some incredible live bootlegs out there (Live At The Channel, Boston MA comes to mind). "Brick By Brick" and "American Caesar" are the only half-decent thing he's done since the 70s. Basically everything since then has either been irredeemably dumb ("Naughty Little Doggie", "Beat 'Em Up", "Skull Ring", "The Weirdness") sadly pretentious ("Preliminaires", "Apres") or reminiscent of William Shatner records ("Avenue B"). You definitely get hints of all three of those things in "Brick By Brick" and "American Caesar" mind you.

    9 Mar 23:51 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    Oddly Scott was only behind the drumkit at one of those four "Stooges" concerts I went to. The other times it was Toby Dammit/Larry Mullins. I'm all for him going back to doing Iggy Pop shows, (which is what he appears to be doing) but I kinda hope he keeps James Williamson around, especially if the alternative is that shithead he had on guitar in the 90s.

    9 Mar 17:05 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    I find repetition very much appeals to my sensibilities, Christgau, sadly, doesn't. With regard to the former, I suspect that's why I get along with Eno's ambient music so well. That said, my favourite part of Fun House, is in 1970 when that Saxophone blasts in for the first time. I guess I've seen Iggy and the Stooges four times now, but the best time was the time Scott Mackay played that solo as close to note-for-note as my dilettante ears could tell. The worst time, for the record, was the time I got kicked out during Shake Appeal. Did you get to see the Stooges before Ron and/or Scott kicked the bucket?

    7 Mar 20:38 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    I have, it's a fantastic record. I've been getting through "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions" over the last month or so which is pretty cool as well. Did you ever see that thing (http://thequietus.com/articles/05016-miles-davis-by-john-lydon-nick-cave-and-paul-weller) where Iggy Pop said he couldn't pick a favourite Miles Davis record, but if he had to he'd pick out Sketches of Spain and Jack Johnson because "The one tears me apart and the other puts me back together." But as good as "A Tribute To Jack Johnson" is,"Fun House" is probably in my top three albums ever.

    3 Mar 22:38 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    Oh and I didn't need the parenthesis I am well aware of good old "Rampage" Quine, his tapes, the Voidoids, Blue Mask, that one Tom Waits song, his legendary love of "On The Corner" was what first inspired me to listen to it funnily enough.

    3 Mar 18:12 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    Yeah, people are generally a package, and other people mythologize whatever they want

    3 Mar 14:28 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    I dunno, I deeply regret not getting a ticket to the "Vu to Lulu" show he did in London a year or so before he died since I guess that was his last ever show. I went to see him a couple of times in 2011 and I wouldn't have said he was having a bad time. He barely played the guitar mind you. He had one strapped to him most of the show, but didn't really do more than a couple of chords per song if that. In terms of talking to the audience he seemed more shy than bored or confused. Someone yelled out "WE LOVE YOU LOU!" and he just sort of smiled and said "Well by now you must know, I love you too". I guess if he's anything like me, he was a bit sensitive of the fact that he came across as a bit of an asshole. I wondered if he liked Kanye West because he's someone who isn't sensitive of the fact that he comes across as a bit of an asshole.

    2 Mar 19:52 Rispondi
  • Issa-Void

    Lou Reed was banging on about how good Yeezus was, but I couldn't get a hold of Yeezus so I got "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" instead and listened to it once through expecting to hate it. Long story short, I didn't and now here I am. I guess the concept of some middle-class asshole suffering from some sort existentialist angst because shoes are too expensive touched me in some way

    26 Feb 20:27 Rispondi
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