> From: <eichler@...>
> Djam Karet - Lost But Not Forgotten
> I'm still not getting into Djam Karet. They're
> talented guys, but most of their music comes off
> to me as kind of aimless noodling with lengthy
> guitar solos. They do what they do really well,
> but it's just not grabbing me for some reason.
Listen to the whole album, _The Devouring_, if possible. DK are one of my
> Ashra - 77 Slightly Delayed
> This was the most pleasent surprise on the tape
> for me. I really liked this - an upbeat, trancey
> pattern in the background while multi-tracked,
> chiming guitars dance over top. Is this the same
> band as Ash Ra Tempel? I'll have to keep an eye
> out for this band's CDs.
I've still a couple of tracks to go to completing my TC3 CDR, and now I
think I'm going to slap an Ashra track on there. Ashra (the trio formation
post-dating Ash Ra Tempel) are a great band. Best discs are _Blackouts_,
_Correlations_, _Belle Alliance_; the recently-released _@ashra_ is a killer
live disc, from a concert in Japan.
> Collage - Heroes Cry
> Very, very neo. Not my style of music at all, but
> I didn't think this was very good even for neo.
> Guess I'm not really the best judge though.
That's actually a good neo disc, and a much better choice of a song from
there would have been "Wings In The Night."
np: Kenso, _Yume No Oka_ (again!)