This piece came out a few years ago, and nothing else from the project to my knowledge. For fairly progressive re-mixes, not bad. Would Bolan have approved? Who knows. Nice translucent red vinyl in any case!
America 1975/09/27- Paris, France (FM) 1. Tinman 2. Muscrat Love 3. Daisy Jane 4. Baby It’s Up To You 5. Moon Song 6. Sister Golden Hair 7. Sandman 8. -DJ- 9. Horse With No Name 10. -DJ- 11. Don’t Cross The River Yes, I have some America. As bad as "Muskrat Love" is, "Horse With … Continue reading REPOST: America 1975/09/27- Paris, France (FM)
For transparency not to break any legal issues, just posting an upsdate. Around when I first started this blog, I'd made a Grateful Dead compilation from circulating audience concert tapes. Just today, I realized one of the tracks has now been officially released ("Dire Wolf" from Dave's Picks, Vol. 30). I have taken down the … Continue reading Legal Compliance Transparency- Workingman’s Dead
Solid album. Not my favorite of his, but definately not the worst. Don't get me wrong; it is good, it's just that it doesn't leave much of an impression. The production is nice, the instrumentation is smooth, and the vocals are what you expect. The 2-disc reissue does feature alternate mixes and outtakes, but none … Continue reading REVIEW: Marvin Gaye- I Want You
The Beatles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4vbJQ-MrKo VS. Alice Cooper and Co. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JezE5PmJHwA Rocking song and great choice for Cooper to tackle the monotithic Beatles. Unfortunately, vamping it up just a little isn't strong enough to take down the fab four. Beatles win.
So glad this came out on vinyl! The more Jobriath, the better. Super under-rated. Part of a package which includes the documentary on DVD, which is well worth watching. Though it doesn't come across perfectly in the picture, the disc is mostly clear, with only the faintest blue swirling. Very nice.
I am an unabashed Kylie obsessive. Body Language is a good album with two fantastic singles: "Slow" and "Chocolate". That being said, I am not as much of a fan of the more commercial pop-R&B sound she took with this album. Nothing against trying new things, and I appreciate her diversity. It just sounds a … Continue reading REVIEW: Kylie Minogue- Body Language