So, a Godz tribute album with an apparently little known Thurston Moore track... In here, or in Sonic Sharing... What do you think?
Yeah, that's what I thought too. But it's uploading at the moment, and apparently will be for the next couple of hours, so it won't be going anywhere until tomorrow morning.
PS - bugger off, Glice, I'm talking to stu.
haha! btw blunderbuss Flower-Corsano was fookin' awesome the other night as were all the acts there, i'm trying to split and upload a vid to youtube at the moment.
Fixed. Don't let anyone tell you I'm don't obey the laws of continuity.
It's difficult to know whether to put this one in the rare or out of print records thread or sonic sharing, seeing as it contains what seems to be a little-known Male Slut track, so I'm putting it in both:
Various Artists - Godz Is Not A Put-On
Label: Lissy's Records
Catalog#: LISS 005
Format: Vinyl, LP
Notes: No production credits. Album comprises covers of songs originally by The Godz. Came with a bonus 7" by former Godz member Larry Kessler
Scaredy Cat - Permanent Green Light Pt.1
Stereolab - ABC
The Apollos - Eleven
Comet Gain - Like A Sparrow
S-Girl and Noo - Lay In The Sun
D - Soon The Moon Pt.1
D - Soon The Moon Pt.2
Teenagers In Trouble - Radar Eyes
Royal Trux - Womban
Male Slut - Quack, I'm A Quack
Scaredy Cat - Permanent Green Light Pt.2
Quickspace Supersport - The Whiffenspoof Song
Larry Kessler - Radar Eyes
Label: Lissy's Records
Catalog#: LISS 005S
Format: Vinyl, 7"
Notes: 7" single given away with the Various Artists album "Godz Is Not A Put-On" (LISS 005)
Godz Mix '96
And in response to the question that I know Rappard will ask - yes.
Ray Barreto: El Watusi
Lebron Brothers Orchestra: Lets Get Stoned
Joe Cuba: Bang Bang
George Guzman: Diggin' Rice & Beans
Willie Colon & Hector Lavoe: Eso Se Baila Asi
George Guzman: No Sabia Bailar
Lebron Brothers Orchestra:Boogaloo Pa Mi San Juan
Orchestra Harlow: TuTu Ratan
Eddie Palmieri: Palo De Mango
Lebron Brothers Orchestra: The Village Chant
Joey Pastrana: The King Of Latin Soul
Ray Barreto: A Deeper Shade Of Soul
Pete Rodriguez: I Like It Like That
George Guzman: Winter Love
Bobby Valentin: Use It Before You Lose It
Willie Colon: MC2
This is a fucking brilliant record. I'm going to push the boat out and say that this probably the record that's going to threaten to change my mind on prog [that's not also Kosmiche] until I listen to other prog bands and remember why I don't like prog. Yes, that good.
yes. thanks savage clone.
Massively OOP Datblygu tapes. Datblygu, for those who don't know, are one of the best bands of ever (although arguably not on the evidence of their early tapes).
Here's a plan b article. I don't like Plan B magazine, but if they're pushing the might Datblygu (did I mention they're one of the best bands of ever?) then they're alright by me.
It's pronounced 'Dat-bloo-gee', in case you were wondering.
Experimental Audio Research
Beyond the Pale.
E.A.R. was set up in 1990 by Peter Kember (Sonic Boom) of Spacemen 3 fame.
This album was recorded in 1992 and utilised the talents of MBV's Kevin Shields on guitar on the title track.
The album was mixed at MBV's London studio and was finally released in 1996.
Thanks Florya! I once downloaded an EAR album that was called something like The Koner Experiment that wasn't very good, but then again it didn't have anything to do with Kevin Shields.
There is a very nice copy of "Beyond The Pale" at my workplace for fairly cheap...
Yup. Details PM'd.
I think those tapes are gold. Not bad at all for a band that was just starting out.
Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos - A Child's Guide to...(1988)
Preceded by collections showcasing the live power of the Dead C and This Kind of Punishment, 'A Child's Guide to Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos' was the third assortment of material released on Bruce Russell's Xpressway imprint. A duo comprised of the Dead C's Michael Morley and Richard Ram, Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos released an EP on Flying Nun in 1986 entitled 'River Falling Love,' but the pair were independently prodigious, recording a number of self-released cassettes from 1983 to 1986. 'A Child's Guide to...' is an archival release, gathering material from these obscurities in addition to live recordings. The band pursued their various musical diversions to varied success, from the techno-pop meanderings of "Together We Sense" to the delicately beautiful "Rain," which features an ethereal vocal contribution from Denise Roughan (Look Blue Go Purple/3Ds.) Enjoy.
Various Artists - Xpressway Pile=Up (1990)
From the initial droning hum of Plagal Grind's "Midnight Blue Vision"--a perfect song to set the tone and one of my favorite openers of its kind ever--to Shayne Carter and Peter Jefferies' delicately abrasive "Hooked, Line, and Sunken," the Xpressway Pile=Up compilation assembles an impeccable roster of New Zealand talent. For those unaware, Xpressway was a record label founded in 1985 by the Dead C's Bruce Russell. Over the course of its twenty-three releases, Xpressway reveled in the more experimental side of New Zealand music; from the sheer sonic assault of Snapper to the subtle, quiet beauty of Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos, it's all represented here, and there's not a weak track to be found amongst the seventeen assembled. Just look at that list! This is also one of the most perfectly paced compilations I've ever heard, each song seeming to lull the listener deeper into its intoxicating spell. You may not want to leave after it's over. If for nothing else, you should download this for Shayne Carter and Peter Jefferies' beautifully poignant tribute to Wayne Elsey, "Randolph's Going Home." I mean, come on. A kiwi classic if there ever was one, right? What a behemoth of a song! Oh, and a lyrics sheet for the DoubleHappy's "I Don't Want to See You Again" would be appreciated.
You need this one, trust me.
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