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Old 02-02-2017, 05:15 PM   #18761 (permalink)
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Old 02-03-2017, 11:25 AM   #18764 (permalink)
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Hooked on Fleetwood Mac lately with Tusk stuck in my head.
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Old 02-03-2017, 11:53 AM   #18765 (permalink)
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Hooked on Fleetwood Mac lately with Tusk stuck in my head.
Haven't listened to much of Tusk as far as I remember, but I've dipped my toe into a bit of Fleetwood Mac and at least Rumours is one of the best things to come out of the 80s.
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Old 02-03-2017, 03:43 PM   #18768 (permalink)
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I feel like I need to be sprawled atop velvet chaise to properly appreciate this..

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Old 02-03-2017, 10:47 PM   #18769 (permalink)
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Been savoring the droning soundscapes of Loscil as well as their collaboration with Bvdub all day long. Definitely along the lines of what Eno was after with Neroli: Thinking Music Pt IV.

Now back at home, I've settled in with three classic and rare drone works by Black Swan (Drones for Bleeding Hearts).

The first is a pre-Black Swan minimal drone rework of Chill Out in tribute to The KLF and released independently under the moniker, Apparition. Alone Again With the Dawn Coming Up is still offered for free on the artist's website here.



Next up will be his first two releases issued by Experimedia - In 8 Movements and The Quiet Divide, each limited to only 500 copies worldwide.





A word of caution, however this is not blissful easy-listening ambiance. Black Swan is dark and melancholy, but hauntingly beautiful.
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I was asked if I wanted a pheasant a moment ago. (The state Department of Environmental Conservation is apparently giving them away.) My mind instantly raced to latch on to any relevant pheasant recording I could spin in response. The first thing which came to mind was "Pheasant Plucker's Son" performed by The Irish Rovers. (Of course, while the song was popularized by The Rovers, the track first appeared in 1977 (three years before the Rovers' recording) by The Wurzels ‎on their album, Golden Delicious. But here's the version most people recall.



But I would not be meeting my responsibilities as an archivist if I were to simply leave it at that. I promptly interjected that the first time I heard the tongue-twisting lyric, "I'm not a pheasant feather plucker or a feather plucker's son but I can pluck a pheasant feather til the feather plucker come" uttered was after the final verse of a live recording of Rev. Billy C. Wirtz's performing "Stick Out Your Can (Here Come the Garbage Man)" aired on WITR's "Friggin' Here" comedy/novelty radio program in 1998, which adapts its lyrics from an original novelty record by Harlem Hamfats first pressed in 1936.



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