Re: reissues out this month
>From ICE. Looks like a strong month; I bet there's something of interest for everyonereading this list.
Tammy Faye Starlite & the Angels of Mercy Used Country Female (Diesel Only)
ABBA On and On (Polydor/Universal Special Products)
i knew there'll be something for me : - )
I simply adore TFS & ABBA. Especialy if both cds are in charger and play random songs from
both artists. Perfect for throw up party : - )
O.k. just joking (or i'm not joking). Glitterhouse will release new Friends of Dean
Martinez & Woven Hand in February after amazing album by Timesbold. Here are some
TIMESBOLD - Timesbold
The closest reference points are probably Palace or Songs:Ohia, due in no
small part to the gorgeous vocals. Cracking and emotive, full and rich. But
unlike those bands' purposeful minimalism and spare instrumentation,
Timesbold don't shy away from introducing pianos, synthesisers, strange
production techniques and lush vocal harmonies. Also, unlike their
indie/country/folkie peers, they seem more interested in production,
crafting spacious and epic soundscapes, replete with soaring strings and
creepy minor key washes. Think Jason Molina, Will Oldham or Neil Young
singing for the Flaming Lips or Mercury Rev, but with a more isolated and
bleak country vibe: crackling campfires, broken hearts, wintery chills,
bitter loneliness. Got it?
FRIENDS OF DEAN MARTINEZ - Under The Waves
The album everybody is desperately waiting for. Bill Elm and his mates took
as much time as they needed to complete the follow up to the successful
"Wichita Linemen" release of 2001. Not just another gem of
desert-soundscapes, this new album goes far beyond the musical landscapes
the Friends Of Dean Martinez have explored up til now.
WOVEN HAND - Blush Music
16 Horsepower leader David Eugene Edwards widens his musical horizon and
brings us an album that merges the dry character of Woven Hand's
self-titled debut with atmospheric, trance-like soundscapes. The basic
tracks have been composed by Edwards for the recent performance of the
highly acclaimed Brussel-based ballett "Ultimavez", who will tour the world
with this program from the beginning of 2003 on. The score for their last
program was written by David Byrne..
+ Munich records will release Anders Parker (of Varnaline) album. It's really good one.
John Guilt - The mirrors and uncle Sam (February 11.)
Dayna Kurtz - Postcards from downtown (March), then Johnny Dowd - Wire flowers (limited
edition of 5000 copies). Wire flowers is session recorded before Wrong side of Memphis.
"In the winter of 1996, i retreated into small room to write and record songs on my
four-track. Many of those recordings found a home on my first album, "Wrong side of
Memphis." The rest are here. Different versions of some of these songs are on "Pictures
from Life's Other Side" and "The Pawnbroker's Wife" - but what you'll find here are the
original bad seeds." Johnny Dowd
Future farmer just released Virgil Shaw - Still falling.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !
All the best
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> http://www.icemagazine.com/dates/vault191.shtmIf this is what it sounds like, it'll be be the suckiest piece of suck
> Creedence Clearwater Revisited Recollection (two CDs) (Hip-O)
since....well, maybe ever. CCR without John Fogerty--man, what a
> Schooly D Best of (Jive)Boy, there's a guy I haven't thought about in a zillion years. Bet one
of the scariest rappers of the 80's sounds positively tame now...
> The Lambrettas Da-a-a-ance - The Anthology (two CDs)
>Presumably the three people that weren't relatives of the band members
will be happy now. What the f*ck? Crimony, 80's mod was one of the
lamest subgenres ever, and Secret Affair sounded downright classic
next to this crap.
- Good question. Are there any unreleased tracks worth hearing? Willie
Mitchell was pretty meticulous producing Green; I wonder if they had much
time to cut extra material.
--On Sunday, February 2, 2003 9:54 AM -0800 Simon <uglyxpop@...>
> Does anyone know what these Hi/Right Stuff
> "Anniversary editions" might entail? "I'm still..."
> is one of my absolute favourite records ever, but it's
> also a rare (?) case of a record that might actually
> be as well served in reissue by the deletion of a
> track than the addition of any dubious bonus material;
> the schmaltzy version of "Pretty woman" herein always
> struck me as a particularly odd way to mar an
> otherwise virtually flawless LP.
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> > Creedence Clearwater Revisited Recollection (two CDs) (Hip-O)What a desperate idea--and, sad to say, it is what you're afrad it is. a 2 Cd
> If this is what it sounds like, it'll be be the suckiest piece of suck
> since....well, maybe ever. CCR without John Fogerty--man, what a
> genius idea!
live show with all that Doug and Stu you've ever sked for playing, uh, the
hits they they made famous! They're website says they hadn't intended to
put out a CD, but, you know--th demand was overwhelming. Some guy
after a show said "hey, is there a CD?"
Think of them as a second-level CCR tribute band?
On the other hand, there are so many band slike this they could form
doble bills with. Like tthe one with two guys from brussels who once
found a jont left on a table by Bernie Leadon and are nowt The Flying
Burrito Brothers! (not to speak of the band "Burrito Deluxe" which only
half claims to be THOSE guys...)