quarta-feira, 29 de março de 2017

The New Sell Out - Futureman Records (repost)

The New Sell Out - Futureman Records - 2012

This legendary album is a cover of The Who Sell Out by power pop artists, including The Andersons, Splitsville, The Shazam, Brendon Benson, and The Grip Weeds to just name a few. Put together 12 years ago and gathering cobwebs ever since, The New Sell Out is finally out! Dedicated to Rick McBrien, the soul of Futureman.

01. Armenia City In The Sky - Paranoid Lovesick
02. Heinz Baked Beans - The Andersons 
03. Mary Anne With The Shaky Hands - The Phenomenal Cats 
04. Odorono- The Atomic Numbers 
05. Tattoo - The Jigsaw Seen 
06. Our Love Was - Splitsville 
07. I Can See For Miles - The Shazam 
08. I Can't Reach You - Chris von Sneidern09. Medac - Brendan Benson
10. Relax - Cloud Eleven
11. Silas Stingy - Zumpano12. Sunrise - Willie Wisely
13. Rael - Myracle Brah
14 Commercial Break 
15. Glittering Girl - The Flashing Lights16. Commercial Break
17. Melancholia - The Grip Weeds18. Commercial Break
19. Jaguar - Jim Babjak's Buzzed Meg20. Commercial Break
21. Someone's Coming - The Pearlfishers22. Commercial Break
23. Early Morning, Cold Taxi - SWAG24. Commercial Break
25. Glow Girl - The Vandalias
26. Bonus Track: Doctor, Doctor – Brendan Benson


domingo, 26 de março de 2017

Ginger Baker (featuring Abass Dodoo) - Live At Drums 'n' Percussion Paderborn

Ginger Baker (featuring Abass Dodoo) - Live At Drums 'n' Percussion Paderborn - 2017

Ginger Baker e o percussionista ganês Abass Dodoo em gravação ocorrida em maio de 2015 no Heinz Nixodorf Museum Forum.

01. Ginger & Abass I
02. Ginger & Abass II - African Time
03. Ginger & Abass III - Pretty Tricky Little Things
04. Ginger & Abass IV
05. Ginger & Abass V - Mix


quinta-feira, 23 de março de 2017

King Fish With Bob Weir - Minglewood Blues - Live At Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY 27th March 1976

King Fish With Bob Weir - Minglewood Blues - Live At Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY 27th March 1976 - 2015

Kingfish was fundamentally different to the more celebrated bands that Bob Weir and Dave Torbert hailed from. They clearly dug deep into their mutual love of American roots music to fashion a repertoire that established Kingfish as its own entity. The setlist performed here reflects the soul of their repertoire and finds Weir enjoying a brief sojourn from his obligations with the Grateful Dead while they took a well-earned break. As for Bob Weir, nobody was really sure what a hiatus for the Dead meant, and Kingfish could have blossomed if the Dead had remained on the bricks, but Weir

had a fantastic few hundred hours jamming with friends as this performance easily shows. Klondike proudly presents the entire original WLIR-FM broadcast of Bob Weir with Kingfish live at Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY from 27th March 1976. Professionally re-mastered original broadcast with background liners and rare archival photos! An exceptional celebration of the American songbook and a valuable addition for fans of NRPS and Grateful Dead. 

01. Mystery Train > Muleskinner Blues
02. Goodbye Your Honor
03. Lazy Lightning > Supplication
04. Juke
05. Bye And Bye
06. Hypnotized
07. Minglewood Blues
08. Battle Of New Orleans
09. Big Iron
10. Jump For Joy
11. Promised Land
12. Sea Cruise