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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by odg78, Oct 19, 2004.
--Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep--A great album.
Big Audio Dynamite - Greatest Hits
De La Soul
The name of the album is KI-OKU. DJ Krush lays down the beats and scratches while Toshinori Kondo plays trumpet over it. It's very downbeat. Cool lounge sound to it. It gets a little repetitive but overall a good disc to pull off the shelf once in awhile.
I discovered it a year or two ago when I posted here that I was enjoying Koop and wanted recommendations for CDs with a similar feel to it. I think JoePak/Ratdog suggested it to me.
Elevator to Hell - Parts 1-3
Rick White's side project during the Eric's Trip years.
2CD set of archival field recordings that were recorded before the 1973 overthrow of Zahir Shah.
Leos Janacek: String Quartets
Yo La Tengo bootleg from the Knitting Factory in NYC (2/24/97). Great show. Saw it live and later traded for the bootleg.
Set list: Ashes on the Ground, Tom Courtenay, Sugarcube, Shaker, Fog Over Frisco, Paul is Dead, I Threw It All Away (Dylan cover), Shadows, Autumn Sweater, False Alarm, From a Motel 6, We Are an American Band (Grand Funk Railroad version), Somebaby's Baby (Jackson Brown cover), I Heard You Looking. Encore: The Evil that Men Do, Gates of Iron (Devo cover), Speeding Motorcycle > morphing into > The Yellow Sarong.
Is it all lo-fi and soft like Eric's Trip? I always loved that band, but never got past owning a couple LP's.
I'm listening to
sice Caliban mentioned him.
I've loved his solo albums but hadn't heard of this one. Another one for The List. Thanks!