Re: Michael Gira
- --- In thewire@y..., Olivier Borzeix <oborzeix@s...> wrote:
> > Isn't Gira now a New Orleans resident?I thought he'd moved down there just before his Wire cover feature or
> well... not to my knowledge at least...
lydia Lunch is down there too from what i recall
Np Toots and the maytals 54-46was my number disc1
love this compi -been playing it muchly muchly
wonder what the other recent Trojan 2cds are like?
- On Wed, 27 Feb 2002, nrpo_campbell wrote:
> Cash is a joker too - i mean, he'll ride any bandwagon going - youYeah, but at least he's been doing it since you were in your nappies. I
> guys might think he's cool for all that MTV unplugged crap, but
mean, Dylan's electric debut at Newport '64 led to one of Cash's more
fertile periods (he was riding shotgun on that bandwagon).
> Nah, only JC worth digging out is those early sun rockabillyAgreed that this stuff is crucial- you won't find anything more taut and
> recordings - his band has a great stripped-down reverbed-out sound on
> there. Great stuff.
minimal these days that isn't produced in Berlin. I'm not really sure why
one couldn't just slap the Sun "I Walk the Line" into a Wire-centric radio
show without putting in the requisite distancing factor of "influence."
Would you do the same with a John Fahey tribute?
- On Sun, 3 Mar 2002, stevolende wrote:
> funny that considering that Sonic Youth are the current cover starsAccording to the Terrastock 5 roster, Sonic Youth are from
> although i don't think there are any NYC natives in the band
Massachusetts/New York. Meaning that the obligatory Thurston sit in with
the Supreme Dicks at MASS MOCA can't be far off. Take pride in Western
BTW, New York is a state of mind, as can be inferred from the great
gnostic of the five boroughs, Billy Joel.
--- In thewire@y..., "R. Lim" <r-lim-1@a...> wrote:
been thinking about that prince of power connotation for years
gi-ra prince of power
or by the power of -FAILURE