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Old 10-09-2013, 07:12 AM   #20051 (permalink)
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Earthless - From the Ages (2013)

New album from San Diego instrumental heavy psych power trio "Earthless."
Four songs clocking in at just over 65 minutes for those of you who like loud, blistering heavy psych jamming (and great album cover art!)



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Old 10-09-2013, 05:51 PM   #20052 (permalink)
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Came over to my parents house and my dad found something at my late grandmothers house. It's one of the coolest vinyl records I have now and I'm getting it framed and putting it on my living room wall:



This is by far one of the coolest things I've ever gotten that's related to Star Wars.

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Old 10-12-2013, 06:15 AM   #20053 (permalink)
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"Bastards Banquet" a Rolling Stones bootleg of studio outtakes from 1968-69, mostly from the "Beggars Banquet" recording sessions. Excellent sound quality throughout.



1. Sympathy for the Devil – 6:23
* Keith Richards on bass; Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg
and Jimmy Miller on backing vocals; Rocky Dijon, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts on percussion
2. No Expectations – 4:00
* Brian Jones on slide guitar, Nicky Hopkins on piano
3. Dear Doctor – 3:26
* Brian Jones on harmonica
4. Parachute Woman – 2:22
* Mick Jagger on harmonica
5. Jigsaw Puzzle" – 6:18
* Nicky Hopkins on piano, Keith Richards on acoustic guitar and electric slide guitar, Brian Jones on mellotron,
6. Street Fighting Man – 3:17
* Dave Mason on shehani, Keith Richards on bass, Brian Jones on sitar and tambura
7. Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) – 2:55
* Brian Jones on harmonica
8. Stray Cat Blues – 4:38
* Brian Jones on Mellotron
9. Factory Girl – 2:09
* Ric Grech on fiddle, Dave Mason on Mellotron using the mandolin sound
10. Salt of the Earth – 4:52
* First verse sung by Keith Richards.
11. Jumpin' Jack Flash - 3:37 - Single Version
* Keith Richards on bass, floor tom, acoustic and electric guitar. Mick Jagger on maracas, Brian Jones on electric guitar,
Bill Wyman on organ, Nicky Hopkins on piano, & Jimmy Miller on backing vocals.
12. Family – 4:15 - Acoustic Version - May-June 1968
* Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion
13. Sister Morphine - 5:40 - May 13, 1968
* Mick Jagger on Lead Vocals
14. Natural Magic - 1:38 - Single Version / Nov. 1968
* Ryland Cooder on Slide Guitar, Keith Richards on Bass
15. Memo From Turner – 4:06 Single Version /. Nov.1968
* Al Kooper on guitar
16. No Expectations – 3:54 - Single Version
* Brian Jones on slide guitar, Nicky Hopkins on piano
17. Street Fighting Man – 3:07 - Single Version
* Dave Mason on shehani, Keith Richards on bass, Brian Jones on sitar and tambura
18. Dear Doctor - 3:28 - Take One
* Early Version
19. Family - 3:43 - Electric Version - May-June 1968
20. Sister Morphine - 5:29 - May 1969
* Marianne Faithful on Lead Vocals, Mick Jagger on acoustic guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, Ry Cooder on slide,
and Jack Nitzsche, the producer, on piano. May-June 1969.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:32 PM   #20054 (permalink)
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Been listening to some Rihanna albums lately and enjoying them somewhat. Some brilliant stand out tracks (generally singles).
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:54 PM   #20055 (permalink)
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Salamander - Red Mantra (1998)

I heard this band a long time ago and got the impression it was some kind of neofolk, but nope. Except for the first song, "Earthbound Animal" (which is a bit neofolky), this is actually some delightful psych. I don't know what to call it, maybe neo-psychedelia, with some folk, space-rock. The band this music reminds me of is Bardo Pond, at least in this album and the first one Red Ampersand from 1997. That album has an even more dense sound.

Actually, I wasn't so off with neofolk. The third album I'm listening right now - Birds of Appetite (2001?) has a distinctively dark psychedelic folk quality, is more mellow and ethereal. Very good so far. It looks I'll be listening to this band a lot.

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Old 10-12-2013, 02:52 PM   #20056 (permalink)
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Strand Of Oaks - Pope Killdragon


I go back and give this album a listen every 5 to 6 months or so and it sounds just as amazing as the first time I heard it. He's a phenomenal storyteller and this album has the saddest and greatest song about Dan Aykroyd ever on it.
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:00 AM   #20057 (permalink)
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Another must-have bootleg for Rolling Stones fans. A 2-disc set of studio outtakes from 1968-1972, with the majority of tracks from '68-'70. Sound quality is superb!




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Old 10-14-2013, 12:42 PM   #20058 (permalink)
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Tim Hecker - Virgins (2013)

I absolutely adored his 2011 album Ravedeath 1972 and from everything I've read on this it's suppose to be just as good. Can't wait to give it a spin.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:10 AM   #20059 (permalink)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band - Made Up Mind
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Shpongle - Museum of Consciousness (2013)

I can't believe I missed this back in late July. Better late than never, although I do wish I had some drugs to go with it.
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