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  • Carl Abraham Zimring
    I have heard that the Neil Young reissues mentioned below have been delayed until the middle of the month, but they -- supposedly -- *will* actually come out
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
      I have heard that the Neil Young reissues mentioned below have been delayed
      until the middle of the month, but they -- supposedly -- *will* actually
      come out at long last.

      Willie Nelson needs to release more music.

      Carl Z.

      ***

      http://www.icemagazine.com/dates/release195.asp

      new releases
      july 01

      Robert Cray Time Will Tell (ICE #196) (Sanctuary)

      Arrington de Dionyso & Old Time Relijun Varieties of Religious Experience
      (K)

      Buddy Jewell Buddy Jewell (Columbia)

      Jim Lauderdale with Donna the Buffalo Wait 'Til Spring (ICE #196)
      (Skycrunch)

      Willie Nelson & Ray Price Run That by Me One More Time (ICE #196) (Lost
      Highway)

      Marty Stuart Country Music (ICE #196) (Columbia)

      The Who Live at the Royal Albert Hall (two CDs; ICE #196) (SPV/Steamhammer)

      VA The Hidden Gate - Jewish Music Around the World (two CDs) (Rounder)

      VA Invisible Shield (w/previously unreleased Microphones track) (K)

      VA Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish: A Tribute to Captain Beefheart and His
      Magic Band (w/Mike Watt, Jad Fair and Don Fleming; ICE #195) (Animal World)


      june 24

      Ray Benson (of Asleep at the Wheel) Beyond Time (ICE #193) (Audium)

      Black Eyed Peas Elephunk (ICE #196) (Interscope)

      Diana Darby Fantasia Ball (Delmore)

      Dixie Witch (Butthole Surfers' Jefferson D. Pinkus) One Bird, Two Stones
      (Small Stone)

      Jay Farrar Terroir Blues (ICE #195) (Act/Resist/Artemis)

      The Locust Plague Soundscapes (Anti)

      Allison Moorer Show (Kid Rock and Shelby Lynne guest; ICE #191/194)
      (Universal South)

      Willie Nelson & Friends Live & Kickin' (Lost Highway)

      Liz Phair Liz Phair (ICE #195) (Capitol)

      Archie Shepp and Mal Waldron Left Alone Revisited (Enja/Justin Time)

      Otis Taylor Truth Is Not Fiction (Telarc)

      True Love I Am Accident (Not Lame)

      McCoy Tyner Land of Giants (Telarc Jazz)

      Dwight Yoakam Population Me (guests Willie Nelson; ICE #195)
      (Electrodisc/Audium)


      from the vaults
      july 01

      AC/DC '74 Jailbreak, Blow Up Your Video, Flick of the Switch, Fly on the
      Wall and If You Want Blood, You Got It (Epic)

      Eek-a-Mouse Eek-a-Nomics (Sanctuary/Ras)

      The Fall Time Enough at Last: Oxymoron/Cheetham Hill/15 Ways to Leave Your
      Man (three CDs from Receiver Records; packaged w/fold-out poster and label
      details) (Sanctuary/Castle)

      Aretha Franklin Aretha's Best (Rhino/Atlantic)

      Lightnin' Hopkins Free Form Patterns (ICE #196) (Fuel 2000)

      Mad Professor Afrocentric Dub, Dub You Crazy with Love, The Evolution of
      Dub and Dubtronic (Sanctuary/Ras)

      Morcheeba Parts of the Process (Sire/Reprise)

      Lee "Scratch" Perry Dub Take the Voodoo Out of Reggae, Mystic Warrior,
      Super Ape inna Jungle and Who Put the Voodoo 'Pon Reggae (Sanctuary/Ras)

      Elvis Presley Close Up (four-CD box set; ICE #196) (RCA/BMG Heritage)

      Junior Reid Portraits (Sanctuary/Ras)

      Nina Simone Anthology (two CDs; ICE #196) (RCA/BMG Heritage)

      Sly & Robbie The Summit (Sanctuary/Ras)

      Johnnie Taylor There's No Good in Goodbye (Malaco)

      Yellowman Freedom of Speech and Reggae on the Move (Sanctuary/Ras)

      DVD Björk Vessel (ICE #196) (One Little Indian)

      DVD Albert Collins In Concert (ICE #196) (Music Video Distributors/In
      Akustik)

      DVD Stephane Grappelli A Life in the Jazz Century (Decca)

      DVD Steve Hackett Hungarian Horizons (Music Video Distributors/Kudos)

      DVD Audio Motörhead Overkill (Silverline)


      june 24

      Chet Baker The Most Important Jazz Album of 1964/65 (ICE #195) (Roulette
      Jazz/Blue Note)

      Count Basie Chairman of the Board (ICE #195) (Roulette Jazz/Blue Note)

      Rosemary Clooney Jazz Singer (Columbia/Legacy)

      Jackie DeShannon Jackie... Plus (ICE #196) (Rhino Handmade)

      Billie Holiday Love Songs 2 (Columbia/Legacy Jazz)

      Willie Nelson Honeysuckle Rose, To Lefty from Willie and Willie Nelson &
      Family Live (ICE #193/196) (Columbia/Legacy)

      Willie Nelson with Ray Price San Antonio Rose (ICE #193/196)
      (Columbia/Legacy)

      The Polyphonic Spree Beginning Stages of... (w/bonus CD) (Hollywood)

      Pulp Hits (Mercury/UME)

      Pete Seeger Favorite American Ballads, Vol. 2 (Smithsonian Folkways)

      Cat Stevens Footsteps in the Dark - Greatest Hits 2 (A&M/UME)

      The Temptations Psychedelic Soul (two CDs) (Motown/UME)

      Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, Big Bill Broonzy and Sonny Boy Williamson
      Invitation to the Blues (Fuel 2000)

      Dinah Washington Dinah '62 (ICE #195) (Roulette Jazz/Blue Note)

      Neil Young American Stars N' Bars, Hawks & Doves, On the Beach and
      RE-AC-TOR (ICE #195) (Reprise)

      VA Lost Legends of Surf Guitar: Big Noise from Waimea!, Cheater Stomp and
      Point Panic (ICE #195) (Sundazed)

      VA Mali Lolo! Stars of Mali (Smithsonian Folkways)

      DVD Buddy Rich and His Band Channel One Suite (Lobitos Creek/Lightyear)

      DVD Audio Donald Fagen Kamakiriad (Warner Bros.)

      SACD Rosemary Clooney Girl Singer (hybrid) (Concord Jazz)

      SACD Miles Davis Quintet Steamin' with (hybrid) (Mobile Fidelity)

      SACD The Kinks Everybody's in Showbiz (Mobile Fidelity)
    • samchecker
      ... Willie Nelson needs to sit on his friggin hands before people start forgetting why they ever liked him... Mark
      Message 2 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
        --- In fearnwhiskey@yahoogroups.com, Carl Abraham Zimring <cz28@a...>
        wrote:

        >
        > Willie Nelson needs to release more music.
        >

        Willie Nelson needs to sit on his friggin' hands before people start
        forgetting why they ever liked him...

        Mark
      • Lance Davis
        From the New York Times no less ... LD http://www.nytimes.com/2003/06/25/obituaries/25CND-MADD.html? ex=1057204800&en=923f6d23a20b057e&ei=5062&partner=GOOGLE
        Message 3 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
          From the New York Times no less ... LD

          http://www.nytimes.com/2003/06/25/obituaries/25CND-MADD.html?
          ex=1057204800&en=923f6d23a20b057e&ei=5062&partner=GOOGLE


          Lester Maddox Dies at 87; Segregationist Was Georgia Ex-Governor

          Lester Maddox, the Atlanta restaurant owner and archsegregationist
          who adopted the ax handle as his symbol of defiance in a successful
          bid for the Georgia governorship in 1966, died today. He was 87 years
          old.

          Mr. Maddox first came to national attention in 1964, after he
          violated the newly signed federal Civil Rights Act by refusing to
          serve three black Georgia Tech students at his Pickrick Restaurant.
          The Pickrick was noted for the quality of its fried chicken and for
          its reasonable prices, but Mr. Maddox was determined that no black
          should experience the ambience that he had reserved exclusively for
          whites.

          Some of his customers were sympathetic to his cause and armed
          themselves with ax handles to convey to blacks that they would not be
          served. The ax handles, which Mr. Maddox sold in his souvenir shop,
          were called "Pickrick drumsticks" and came to symbolize his
          resistance to the civil rights movement. On occasion, Mr. Maddox
          would autograph the handles.

          In August 1964, he picketed the Democratic National Convention in
          Atlantic City, where, he believed, most of the promoters of civil
          rights legislation could be found. He vowed he would never serve
          blacks in his restaurant, and so he sold it. The two former employees
          who bought it reopened it on a desegregated basis, but not before Mr.
          Maddox erected a monument in front of the building to mourn
          the "death of private property rights in America."

          Slight of stature, Mr. Maddox was nonetheless direct and outspoken in
          the defense of his convictions, which he wrapped in a states' rights
          banner. These included the view that blacks were intellectually
          inferior to whites, that integration was a Communist plot, that
          segregation was somewhere justified in scripture and that a federal
          mandate to integrate schools was "ungodly, un-Christian and un-
          American."

          His opinions were no less fixed on other issues. He was opposed to
          drinking, smoking, liberal clergymen, atheism, socialism, the press,
          civil rights workers, "do-gooder foundations" and the wearing of
          miniskirts in the state Capitol. He advocated short haircuts for men,
          the Baptist Church (at least, its more conservative members), the
          Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the singing of "God Bless America," a
          tune for which apparently he had an insatiable appetite. He liked it
          so much that at one public event, he ordered that it be sung no fewer
          than three times, and people in the crowd could see tears in his eyes.

          In 1965 he announced that he would run in the 1966 Democratic primary
          for governor of Georgia. He said he was confident that Georgians
          would support "an old country boy." His confidence was immediately
          rewarded with the support of the Ku Klux Klan. When nobody got a
          majority of the votes, there was a runoff election, and in an upset
          Mr. Maddox defeated former Gov. Ellis Arnall, a political moderate.
          Mr. Maddox, who had never before held elected office, explained that
          God had been his campaign manager. The Rev. Martin Luther King said
          the results of the vote made him "ashamed to be a Georgian."

          In 1966 Mr. Maddox ran for governor against Howard H. Callaway, who
          shared many of Mr. Maddox's views on the need to separate the races.
          A write-in vote for Mr. Arnall gave neither man a majority, but the
          General Assembly of Georgia, the state's legislature, gave Mr. Maddox
          the governor's job by a vote of 182 to 66.

          Mr. Maddox explained his segregationist views to The New York Times
          in November that year, saying his position stemmed from "a love for
          my people, because I believe it to be Christian and . . . American."
          He surprised many by hiring and promoting blacks in state government
          and by initiating an early release program for the state prison
          system.

          In 1970, after serving four years as governor, Mr. Maddox was elected
          lieutenant governor because state law precluded him from succeeding
          himself. The governor he served under was Jimmy Carter, one of his
          political enemies. After Mr. Maddox left the statehouse, he remained
          active in politics. He ran unsuccessfully for governor in 1974 and
          for president in 1976, the candidate of the American Independent
          Party.

          In subsequent years, he indicated more than once that he would again
          like to be governor, but the state had changed in ways that he had
          not, and his political fortunes fell. Despite cancer and a bad heart,
          he continued to aspire to high office, but when he ran for governor
          in 1990, he finished last in the Democratic primary. Ever the
          optimist, when he was asked how he was doing, he replied, "Ain't no
          one doing better unless they're younger."

          His wife, Virginia, died in 1997, after 61 years of marriage.

          Lester Garfield Maddox was born in Atlanta on Sept. 30, 1915, the
          second of seven children born to Dean Garfield Maddox and Flonnie
          Castleberry Maddox. The elder Maddox was a steelworker with the
          Atlantic Steel Company who never seemed to make enough money to feed
          and clothe his family. There were times when the family received its
          food from the Community Chest. Lester Maddox thus became a newsboy at
          age 12. He dropped out of school to help support the family but
          completed his high school education by taking correspondence courses.
          His various jobs included soda jerk in a drugstore, delivery boy and
          vendor of soft drinks and penny candy from a converted pigeon coop.

          During World War II he worked at defense plants in the Atlanta area
          and by 1944 had saved $400 — enough to open up a small restaurant and
          grocery store, called Lester's grill. He was successful enough that
          in 1947 he was able to buy a lot near the Georgia Institute of
          Technology and build a drive-in restaurant, Pickrick.

          Mr. Maddox left elective office more than 25 years ago but never
          ceased to be a political novelty — among the last of the Southern
          demagogues who spoke his mind and knew how to put on a show,
          sometimes riding a bicycle backward around the state Capitol.

          After selling the restaurant, he had a brief career in show business
          as half of an interracial musical-comedy act called "The Governor and
          His Dishwasher." He sold souvenir pickax handles for a while and
          later had to sell off his personal belongings at a bankruptcy auction.

          In 1998, 24 years after he left office, his polarizing politics
          largely dormant, the state finally found a modest opportunity to etch
          his name in stone: an interstate highway bridge across the
          Chattahoochee River was named the Lester and Virginia Maddox Bridge.
          But without his wife's name, Mr. Maddox observed, his name would not
          have been on the bridge at all.

          In an interview with The Associated Press in December 2001, Mr.
          Maddox said: "People know me, they know I'm Lester Maddox. That I
          beat the Republicans and the Democrats. I beat the statehouse, city
          hall, the courthouse, the White House, the railroads, the banks — and
          I was free. No governor has ever gone over there with that freedom in
          your lifetime or mine."

          But on race and states' rights, he remained adamant.

          "I want my race preserved," he said, "and I hope most everybody else
          wants theirs preserved. I think forced segregation is illegal and
          wrong. I think forced racial integration is illegal and wrong. I
          believe both of them to be unconstitutional."
        • Carl Abraham Zimring
          --On Wednesday, June 25, 2003 4:07 PM +0000 samchecker ... I do like his duet disc with Kimmie Rhodes. Between the new stuff and the reissues I think he
          Message 4 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
            --On Wednesday, June 25, 2003 4:07 PM +0000 samchecker
            <mwyatt@...> wrote:

            > --- In fearnwhiskey@yahoogroups.com, Carl Abraham Zimring <cz28@a...>
            > wrote:
            >
            >>
            >> Willie Nelson needs to release more music.
            >>
            >
            > Willie Nelson needs to sit on his friggin' hands before people start
            > forgetting why they ever liked him...

            I do like his duet disc with Kimmie Rhodes. Between the new stuff and the
            reissues I think he literally has 20 releases halfway through 2003. I'm
            waiting for him to team up with Bob Pollard and drain the world's aluminum
            resources.

            Carl Z.
          • katahdin
            I was away for a few days, so apologies if you already knew this. From Mike Watt.... Steve ************************ hi everyone, ethan james was a dear friend
            Message 5 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
              I was away for a few days, so apologies if you already knew this. From
              Mike Watt....

              Steve

              ************************
              hi everyone,

              ethan james was a dear friend of mine in this music world. we
              spent much time together at his radio tokyo studio in venice, ca
              during the 80s. he's the man who recorded and mixed the minutemen's
              "double nickels on the dime" (mixed all fortyfive songs in one
              night!) as well as "project: mersh" and the first side of our "buzz
              or howl..." eps plus our final record, "three-way tie (for last)." he
              also recorded and mixed the first two fIREHOSE records and all three
              of the dos ones. I worked w/him producing saccharine trust's "we
              became snakes," the treacherous jaywalkers (josh haden's first band)
              first album, phantom opera's first album and joey eight's (w/carla
              bozulich) invisible chains album. I did the crimony (me and paul
              roessler) single and ep w/him. I actually played w/him too for my
              part of the ciccone youth single where he programmed the linn drum. I
              worked w/him lots when it came to me and recording music (along w/my
              good friend spot, who did all the early minutemen recordings). he was
              way into jamming econo and never tried to stick me up w/a money scam
              (quite a rarity in this racket). ethan also had much respect for
              another's music and was never dominating or controlling - it was
              always a pleasure working w/him. he was always patient w/me and such
              an insightful cat - he had tons of knowledge about all kinds of
              things - you could never be bored spending lots of time w/ethan!

              I liked ethan very much and will miss him so. I have many
              good memories of him and they will stay w/me always. he was very
              inspiring. I feel I was very fortunate to meet and work w/such an
              individual, he instilled much confidence in me to pursue music as an
              endeavor and not be afraid to take chances. love to you ethan and
              please rest easy.



              mike watt


              here's some links on ethan:

              http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=Bg2knikl6bbf9~C

              http://www.terranovaconsort.com/james.shtml

              http://www.rykodisc.com/Catalog/CatalogArtist_01.asp?Action=Get&Artist_I
              D=253


              ethan was also in blue cheer under another name:

              http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&&sql=Brv09keztjq79





              here's the email I got last friday:

              >
              >
              > Hi everyone,
              >
              > I want to let you know that Ethan passed away
              > last night at 10:05 p.m. at Kaiser Permamente
              > hospital in San Francisco.
              >
              > Very few people knew he was ill -- Ethan
              > didn't want anyone to worry about him. He had
              > been dealing with liver cancer for about 8
              > months.
              >
              > He had very little pain during these months.
              > His passing was fairly fast with minimal
              > discomfort.
              >
              > A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m.
              > Saturday, June 28th at the:
              >
              > Los Angeles Eckankar Center 6669 Sunset Blvd.
              >
              > (Hollyood area, 3 blocks East of Highland)
              > Parking is available behind the center at
              > Crossroads of the World.
              >
              > A separate service will also be held in the
              > San Francisco Bay Area. The exact time and
              > date will follow.
              >
              > Everyone is welcome.
              >
              >
              > Lisa Mitchell Silverman
              >
            • Carl Abraham Zimring
              --On Wednesday, June 25, 2003 10:28 PM -0400 katahdin ... I didn t; that s sad. I had no idea that the Minutemen were produced by a former
              Message 6 of 9 , Jun 26, 2003
                --On Wednesday, June 25, 2003 10:28 PM -0400 katahdin <katahdin@...>
                wrote:

                > I was away for a few days, so apologies if you already knew this. From
                > Mike Watt....

                I didn't; that's sad. I had no idea that the Minutemen were produced by a
                former Blue Cheer member...

                Carl Z.
                thinking of Miss Stephanie's "Fuck Cancer" shirt from last night's show
              • Carl Zimring
                ICE s first notable releases of 2004. Carl Z. *** new releases january 13 The Aluminum Group More Happyness
                Message 7 of 9 , Jan 7, 2004
                  ICE's first notable releases of 2004.

                  Carl Z.

                  ***

                  <http://www.icemagazine.com/dates/release202.asp>

                  new releases
                  january 13

                  The Aluminum Group More Happyness (w/members of Tortoise and Sea and Cake;
                  ICE #198) (Wishing Tree)

                  Holmes Brothers Simple Truths (ICE #202) (Alligator)

                  Jamie Hoover & Bill Lloyd Paparazzi (w/The Smithereens’ Dennis Diken; ICE
                  #201) (Paisley Pop)

                  Laika and the Cosmonauts Local Warming (Yep Roc)

                  MTX (a.k.a. Mr. T Experience) Yesterday Rules (ICE #202) (Lookout!)

                  Shane Nicholson It's a Movie (guests Kasey Chambers) (Virt)

                  Merl Saunders Blues from the Rainforest (Sumertone)

                  Eddie Spaghetti (of Supersuckers) The Sauce (ICE #202) (Mid-Fi)

                  The Volebeats Country Favorites (Turquoise Mountain/Rainbow Quartz)

                  DVD Kings of Hip Hop: The Founders (w/Kurtis Blow, Crash Crew and Afrika
                  Bambaataa) (Image Entertainment)


                  january 06

                  VA Paul Weller: Under the Influence (w/Little Richard, The Kinks and John
                  Coltrane) (DMC)

                  DVD Jimmy Martin King of Bluegrass, The Life and Times of (Straight Six
                  Films/Thrill Jockey)

                  SACD The Who Live at the Royal Albert Hall (hybrid) (SPV/Steamhammer)

                  reissues

                  from the vaults
                  january 13

                  Adrian Belew Inner Revolution (Wounded Bird)

                  David Bowie Black Tie White Noise: Special Edition (w/bonus CD and DVD)
                  (Virgin)

                  Big Bill Broonzy The 1955 London Sessions (Sanctuary/Castle)

                  Charles Brown At the Piano (ICE #202) (Savoy)

                  George Jones & Tammy Wynette Love Songs (Epic/Legacy)

                  Meat Puppets Best of (Rykodisc)

                  Roger Miller Platinum & Gold (RLG/BMG Heritage)

                  The Nice The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (Fuel 2000)

                  Harry Nilsson Nilsson Schmilsson (ICE #202) (RCA/BMG Heritage)

                  Oh Susanna Johnstown and Sleepy Little Sailor (Nettwerk)

                  Ramatam Ramatam (featuring Mitch Mitchell and Mike Pinera) (Wounded Bird)

                  Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee The 1958 London Sessions (Sanctuary/Castle)

                  VA Kings of Gospel (Fuel 2000)

                  DVD Bob Wills Fiddlin Man: The Life and Times of (View Video)

                  DVD Audio T. Rex Electric Warrior (Rhino)

                  DVD Audio Brian Wilson Live at the Roxy Theatre (Rhino)

                  DVD Audio Neil Young American Stars 'N Bars, Hawks & Doves, On the Beach
                  and Re-Ac-Tor (ICE #199) (Rhino)

                  SACD Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane
                  (Prestige)

                  SACD Eric Dolphy Out There (Prestige)

                  SACD Isaac Hayes Shaft (Stax)

                  SACD Art Pepper + Eleven Modern Jazz Classics (Contemporary)

                  SACD Sonny Rollins Tenor Madness (Prestige)

                  SACD The Searchers The Collection (hybrid) (Audio Fidelity)

                  january 06

                  Rev. Gary Davis Meet You at the Station (Document)

                  Clyde Stubblefield The Original (Nardis/Liquid 8)
                • Carl Zimring
                  The release ICE lists that I m most curious about is the Survival Research Laboratories DVD. I don t know if there ll be any music, but the mechanical mayhem
                  Message 8 of 9 , May 19, 2004
                    The release ICE lists that I'm most curious about is the Survival Research
                    Laboratories DVD. I don't know if there'll be any music, but the
                    mechanical mayhem would make a Battlebots fan cower in fear.

                    Carl Z.

                    http://www.icemagazine.com/dates/release206.asp

                    new releases
                    june 01

                    The Blind Boys of Alabama The Blind Boys of Alabama (Eagle Rock)

                    Gary U.S. Bonds Back in 20 (guests Bruce Springsteen, Dickey Betts and
                    Southside Johnny; ICE #206) (M.C.)

                    Joss If Not for the Hovering... (Delmore)

                    The Like Young So Serious (Parasol)

                    Greg Osby Public (Blue Note/Metro Blue)

                    Dexter Romweber (ex-Flat-Duo Jets) Blues That Defy My Soul (Yep Roc)

                    DVD Lyricist Lounge: Dirty States of America (w/OutKast, Goodie Mob and
                    Mystikal) (Image Entertainment)


                    may 25

                    The Cardigans Long Gone Before Daylight (ICE #205) (Koch)

                    The Clinton Administration Take You Higher (Sly and the Family Stone
                    covers) (Magnatude)

                    Holly Golightly Down Gina's at 3 (live) (Sympathy for the Record Industry)

                    Pedro the Lion Achilles Heel (Jade Tree)

                    Washington Social Club Catching Looks (Badman)


                    from the vaults
                    june 01

                    Björk Live Debut, Live Homogenic, Live Post and Live Vespertine (One Little
                    Indian)

                    Brian Eno Another Green World, Before and After Science, Here Come the Warm
                    Jets and Taking Tiger Mountain (Astralwerks)

                    The Fall 50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong: 39 Golden Greats (two CDs)
                    (Beggars Banquet)

                    Ian Tyson Ol' Eon (Stony Plain)

                    Sarah Vaughan The Best of (Liquid 8)

                    The Waterboys This Is the Sea (EMI)

                    VA Black Power: Music of a Revolution (two CDs; w/Gil Scott-Heron, The Last
                    Poets, Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and others) (Shout! Factory)


                    may 25

                    Dave Allen & the Arrows Devil's Rumble: Anthology '65-'68 (two CDs)
                    (Sundazed)

                    Brain Surgeons (Blue Öyster Cult's Albert Bouchard) For Dummies: Best of
                    (Music Avenue)

                    Al Casey Cookin': The Smooth Guitar & Organ Sounds of (Sundazed)

                    Jan Davis Boss Guitar! The Best of (first-ever retrospective) (Sundazed)

                    De La Soul Live at Tramps, NYC, 1996 (ICE #206) (Rhino)

                    Waylon Jennings The Complete MCA Recordings (two CDs; ICE #205) (MCA
                    Nashville/UME)

                    Los Lobos This Time (Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab/Koch)

                    Andrew Sandoval A Beautiful Story (w/Matthew Sweet, Air and members of
                    R.E.M.) (Vibro-phonic)

                    Hank Williams 20 of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (Lost Highway)

                    VA Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-1970 (two CDs;
                    ICE #203) (Lost Highway/CMF)

                    DVD Survival Research Laboratories - Ten Years of Robotic Mayhem (Music
                    Video Distributors)

                    DVD Cab Calloway Hi-De-Ho and Other Movies (Music Video Distributors)

                    DVD Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton Swing Era (Music Video Distributors)

                    DVD Iggy Pop Kiss My Blood: Live in Paris (Music Video Distributors)
                  • Carl Zimring
                    Lots of new stuff out next week -- in all sorts of genres. When did Tilbrook start working with Difford again? Carl Z.
                    Message 9 of 9 , Jun 2, 2004
                      Lots of new stuff out next week -- in all sorts of genres. When did
                      Tilbrook start working with Difford again?

                      Carl Z.

                      http://www.icemagazine.com/dates/release207.asp

                      new releases
                      june 08

                      !!! Louden Up Now (Touch and Go)

                      .38 Special Drive Train (Sanctuary)

                      Bad Religion The Empire Strikes First (ICE #205) (Epitaph)

                      Sleepy Brown For the Grown and Sexy (w/Ludacris, OutKast and Organized
                      Noize) (DreamWorks)

                      The Bruces The Shining Path (Misra)

                      J.J. Cale To Tulsa and Back (Sanctuary)

                      Chumbawamba Un (Koch)

                      The Clarks Fast Moving Cars (Razor & Tie)

                      Bootsy Collins Play with Bootsy (guests Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, Macy
                      Gray, Fat Boy Slim, Bobby Womack and Miss Kier; see page x) (Thump)

                      Cowboy Junkies One Soul Now (Zoë/Rounder)

                      Jay Farrar Stone, Steel & Bright Lights (CD/DVD combo; ICE #206) (Transmit
                      Sound)

                      Fastball Keep Your Wig On (Rykodisc)

                      BC Gilbert Ordier (Table of the Elements)

                      PJ Harvey Uh Huh Her (Island)

                      Etta James Blues to the Bone (RCA Victor)

                      David Murray and the Gwo-Ka Masters Featuring Pharoah Sanders Gwotet (Just
                      a Memory/JustinTime)

                      Nina Nastasia Dogs (Touch and Go)

                      Railroad Earth The Good Life (Sugar Hill)

                      Sonic Youth Sonic Nurse (enhanced CD; ICE #206) (Geffen)

                      Glenn Tilbrook (ex-Squeeze frontman) Transatlantic Ping Pong (guests Chris
                      Difford of Squeeze) (Compass/Quixotic London)

                      Vandermark 5 Elements of Style...Exercises in Surprise (Atavistic)

                      Jim White Drill a Hole in That Substrate and Tell Me What You See (ICE
                      #206) (Luaka Bop)

                      Stevie Wonder A Time 2 Love (Motown)

                      DVD Macy Gray A Day in the Life (Image Entertainment)


                      from the vaults
                      june 08

                      Chet Baker The Last Great Concert (two CDs) (Enja/Justin Time)

                      Beat Happening You Turn Me On (K/Secretly Canadian)

                      Art Blakey 'S Make It (remastered) (Verve)

                      R.L. Burnside Early Recordings (w/bonus live track and remix) (Mobile
                      Fidelity Sound Lab)

                      Glen Campbell Love Is the Answer: 24 Songs of Faith, Hope and Love (two
                      CDs) (Universal South)

                      The Carter Family Country Legends (RLG/BMG Heritage)

                      Johnny Cash Hayride Anthology (Stardust/Cleopatra)

                      De La Soul Mix Tape: Remixes, Rarities and Classics (ICE #206) (Rhino)

                      Doug Dillard The Banjo Album (extended edition w/bonus tracks) (Rural
                      Rhythm)

                      John Fahey Live in Tasmania (Takoma)

                      Flatt & Scruggs Foggy Mountain Breakdown (four-CD box set w/eight complete
                      Columbia albums) (Collectables)

                      Donny Hathaway These Songs for You, Live (Rhino)

                      John Lee Hooker I'm the Boogie Man (songs from the King Records archives)
                      (Collectables)

                      Ferlin Husky Absolutely the Best (Varèse Sarabande)

                      Tommy Keene Drowning (outtakes, demos, rarities and unreleased tracks) (Not
                      Lame)

                      Gene Krupa Plays Gerry Mulligan Arrangements (Verve)

                      Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Beyond the Shadows (Sugar Hill)

                      Les Savy Fav Inches (w/bonus DVD; ICE #206) (Frenchkiss)

                      Elvis Presley That's All Right (SMG/BMG Heritage)

                      Max Roach Jazz in 3/4 Time (Verve)

                      Marty Robbins All Around Cowboy (25th Anniversary edition) (S & P)

                      Memphis Slim Born with the Blues (Varése Sarabande)

                      Sons of the Pioneers Country Legends (RLG/BMG Heritage)

                      Stiff Little Fingers Flags and Emblems and Get a Life (Sanctuary/Castle)

                      DVD Chris Isaak Baja Sessions (Rhino)

                      DVD Sonic Youth Corporate Ghost - The Videos: 1990-2002 (Geffen/UME)

                      DVD Hank Williams Honky Tonk Blues (Mercury Nashville/UME)
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