Re: [fearnwhiskey] next week's new releases & reissues
- Oh, snap snap snap
I swear I was just about to post about this too, Jacquilynne.
Im a HUGE Lucinda fan and nothing will stop me buying her studio albums but
live, she seems to have a reputation for being a real maverick.
Having said that, Ive heard a cd (Steve Berry help me out on this, please)
of Lu at ?? McCabes which is really excellent. I also have a recording (once
again, compliments of Steve) of her with her Dad, Miller Williams, in which
poetry readings are interspersed with Lu singing. I never tire of listening
to that cd - simply wonderful.
Lucinda came to Perth last year and I didnt end up seeing her because I've
heard how erratic her performances can be and I really couldnt bring myself
to fork up nearly $100 to hear one of her self-indulgent 10 minute
I cant wait to hear about this new album.
P.S. At the risk of sounding like a cracked record, Carl, I want to say
again how much I appreciate you posting the new releases/ re releases lists.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacquilynne Schlesier" <jacquilynne@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 4:33 AM
Subject: Re: [fearnwhiskey] next week's new releases & reissues
> On 5/3/05, Carl A Zimring <cz28@...> wrote:
> > Lucinda Williams Live at the Fillmore (two CDs; ICE #216) (Lost Highway)
> Has anyone heard this? I love Lucinda and own all of her studio albums
> but the live shows I've seen have hardly been transcendant
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Culled from ICE.
Current 93 Black Ships Ate the Sky (guest vocals by Marc Almond,
Antony, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Shirley Collins and more) (Durtro)
Danko Jones Sleep Is the Enemy (Razor & Tie)
Alejandro Escovedo The Boxing Mirror (produced by John Cale) (Back
Roy Hargrove Quintet Nothing Serious (w/Slide Hampton) (Verve)
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam (J Records)
Albert King Complete at Montreux (Stax)
Renaissance British Tour '76 (previously unreleased) (MLP)
DVD Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll (Chronicles)