"....or uploads on here".
for glice, suchfriendslikedubplates 'n all di otha' bredrin dem.
Intro: The Sound Of Young Jamaica Radio Show 0:48 MC William
Warning Sign 4:47 Born Jamericans
When The Sun Goes Down 3:34 Terrie Ganzie
Actions Speak Louder Than Words 4:16 Bounty Killer
Murderer 3:53 Buju Banton
Cold Blooded Murderer 3:50 Capleton
Big Up (Original Mix) 3:27 Shaggy & Rayvon
Boom Shak-A-Tack (Dancehall Remix) 4:06 Born Jamerican
Chalice In A Circle 3:25 Mighty Diamonds & Fragga Ranks
Chalice 3:41 Capleton
Cease & Seckle 4:52 Born Jamericans
Nah Go Switch 3:44 Flourgon
No No No 3:41 Dawn Penn & Bounty Killer
Prophecy (U.K. Remix) 4:20 Freddie McGregor
World's Too Haunted 4:03 Junior Reid & Bounty Killer
Salassi I Rule 3:27 Madd Cobra
Judge The Book 4:05 Jigsy King
Dead This Time 3:42 Bounty Killer
Sound Boy Killing 3:32 Mega Banton
Ram Dancehall 5:05 Neville Marcano
Papa Props 5:01 Sugabear & Silva
Boom Fi Di Red Alert 3:53 Sugabear & Silva
it's all .mp4, so break out yr iTunes.
is requesting stuff frowned upon in this thread? because i've been lookin' for that Destroy All Monsters set for ages, and the links are long dead... it would be ridiculously awesome if someone would re-up/re-link.
DAM BOX pt1.rar.html
DAM BOX pt2.rar.html
DAM BOX pt3.rar.html
I'll answer the other question - I think the consensus used to be don't put in-print or readily available stuff in here (unless it's the Merzbox or something). I think the general consensus now errs more towards music-stealing cunts, but I could be wrong.
Massive props for this.
mi haf'i keep somtin' far di jamdown peepul-dem fi beat dem mewzik.
far mi come down 'n pas' eet on, mi 'ad take di steppin-razor, 'n cyut sum of di kouchie trax dem. too much black up mash up in di dance.
time be time, but mi jump pon di trax wit' wiiiicked quickness, seen?
ya a bad mon, glice, even if dem do say ya be di beeg ol' pussy clot.
This will probably be the best thing I ever post on here:
Gomma Workshop - Almanacco Moderno Sul Linguaggio Dei Gatti
Basically, this is highly-composed symphony (by one guy) of toy instruments and tape experimentation, bizarre musique concrete leanings, odd folkloric mullings, Italian lounge, and soundtrack music. Some songs have up to 150 layers on it. Extremely musical and worth re-listens, as you'll always hear something new. Brilliant, highly reccomended, and so on..
That Gomma Workshop - I found that very meh, by the way. I couldn't really be bothered to finish listening to it, y'know? I don't think I turned it off, but I definitely wandered off into another room without thinking about continuing listening to it.
Shellac - Extraneous Material (1993-2000)
From The Rude Gesture (A Pictorial History) 7" [Shellac Record #1] (1993):
1. The Guy Who Invented Fire (1:37)
2. Rambler Song (2:39)
3. Billiard Player Song (3:42)
From Uranus 7" [Shellac Record #2] (1993):
4. Doris (3:10)
5. Wingwalker (5:00)
From The Bird Is the Most Popular Finger 7" [Shellac Record #3] (1994):
6. The Admiral (2:34)
7. XVI (3:41)
BBC Radio One Peel Session (Maide Vale Studios, London) (July 22, 1994):
8. Spoke (2:04)
9. Canada (2:27)
10. Crow (4:43)
11. Disgrace (2:20)
From Billiardspielerlied 7" [Shellac Record #6] (1995):
12. Billiardspielerlied (5:32)
13. Mantel (1:17)
From Ground Rule Double 2xLP Compilation (1995):
14. Copper Song (1:54)
From Sides 1-4 2x7" AC/DC Tribute Compilation [Shellac Record #7] (1996):
15. '95 Jailbreak (4:25)
From The Lounge Ax Defense & Relocation CD Compilation (1996):
16. Killers (1:25)
From Soul Sound 7" Split Release w/Mule [Shellac Record #8] (1997):
17. The Rambler Song (2:55)
From Futurist 12" (Originally Recorded for La La La Human Steps, Montreal - Recorded in Chicago & Angers, 1995) [Shellac Record #9] (1997):
18. Futurist Side 1 (14:12)
19. Futurist Side 2 (13:20)
From Agostino/The Safeword 7" Split Single w/Caesar from Barbara Stock's Sex, Drugs & Strips Comic Book [Shellac Record #12] (2000):
20. Agostino (2:26)
CHARLES IVES CONCORD SONATA JOHN KIRKPATRICK
Wild and beautiful recording of Ives' masterwork by John Kirkpatrick, who, in 1939, gave the first public performance of the piece - which had been lying around unplayed since Ives finished it in 1915. Kirkpatrick spent years discussing the sonata with its composer. When asked about sections of Emerson and Hawthorne labeled "(prose)", Ives explained that it meant "not to be evenly played... the tempo is not precise. It is not intended that the metrical relation 2:1 be held too literally." When asked about the countless pencil revisions he'd added to the sonata's privately printed first edition in the years following his first heart attack in 1918, Ives said, "Do whatever seems natural or best to you, though not necessarily the same way each time." As for the variants he improvised every time he sat down to play it, Ives confessed, "I don't know as I ever shall write them out, as it may take away the daily pleasure of... seeing it grow." After Ives' death in 1954, Kirkpatrick became curator of the Charles Ives Archive at Yale, cataloguing thousands of pages of manuscripts, even piecing together fragments of torn pages. He was first to record the sonata in 1945, returning to Columbia for its stereo debut in 1968. Of the three or four recordings I've heard, this one seems to best convey Ives' fearless egalitarianism, subverting conservatory-trained propriety with a shot of Thelonious Monk.
CHARLES IVES CONCORD SONATA JOHN KIRKPATRICK
COLUMBIA MASTERWORKS MS 7192 (1968)
01 Emerson 13.35
02 Hawthorne 10.02
03 The Alcotts 4.37
04 Thoreau 9.43
STITCHED-BACK FOOT AIRMAN -- COSTA DEL SOL EP
UK Fall-damaged post-punk band in a Ron Johnson C86 vein on the same label as Marc Riley and the Creepers. "Sleuth" is one hell of a great driving, skronking-guitars instrumental that sounds like some lost UK 79 post-punk single by the Tiller Boys or some Swell Maps offshoot.
Intro / Mindless Violence / When I Need You / When The Oil Runs Out / Bored Policeman / Oh No!
You Said No / Licensing Hours / Hypocrite / I Get On Your Nerves
From around my old stomping ground, Harlow, home of Stortbeat Records, Urban Decay, The Square, and The Playhouse on a Saturday for a swift pre-gig drink. Also dead near to Stevenage, Welwyn and Bishops Stortford…and all the wonders of those places!
Also, I regret to inform, Harlow was also home to members of Combat 84 and the Jean Harlow pub / club, where the BBC cameras were poised just in time for a bit of the old ultra-violence between the boneheads. Nice bit of footage if you like boneheads cracking bonehead’s heads…! Plenty stocked up of the first couple of 7″ singles by Combat 84 in the punk record shop in Post Office Walk near the market, strangely enough I never did pick those up…perhaps the vibe between the grooves wasn’t quite right, eh!
Countering those naughty people were The Newtown Neurotics, who’s members when this tape was recorded at Harlow and London gigs included Tig, the hippy drummer, Steve Drewitt (who also had hair down to his arse, Joey Ramone style) and the lean punker Colin. Around late 1981, Tig had left to be replaced by Simon, and Steve had a haircut, making the band look a little more clean cut and sharp! They went on to record some great political and personal material, including the tracks on there only LP ‘Beggars Can Be Choosers’, which simply must be heard. This one’s for Nuzz…
Six Organs Of Admittance/Charalambides - Songs From The Entropic Garden Vol. 2
Part of a series of limited LPs on the uber-collector-scum label Time-Lag that were in tribute of Popol Vuh. Really great work from both bands that has yet to see any kind of reissue.
Entropic Garden 2
im posting these here and in the world music thread
new additions at the experimentaletc blog
(1997) The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. 4: Ethnic Music Classics (1925-48) / V0
1. SWEDEN, ELIN LISSLASS, Locklatar
2. BOLIVIA, ALBERTO RUIZ, Tonada De Tarka Con Callaguas
3. CRETE, BLACK JIM, Syrtas Kizzamitika
4. ITALY, SQUADRA DI BEL CANTO, Il Bel Mazzolino
5. MADAGASCAR, MME. RAVAO & RAJORO, Anio No Mba Hisoka
6. PAKISTAN, R. SINGH BIKHUL, Been
7. NATAL, S.A, SOLOMON LINDA'S ORIGINAL EVENING BIRDS, Mbube
8. BRAZIL, REGIONALE ORCHESTRA, Caboclo Do Matto
9. WESTEN SUMATRA, DJAMRIS BATAGAH, Randai Parjdain
10. NORWAY, HARDINGFELETROIEN, Fjell - Ljam
11. TURKEY, HAFFOUZ BURHAN, Mahur Gazel
12. SIMBO ISLAND, S.I. BAND, Beautiful Body
13. EIRE, WILLIAM MULLALEY, Tory Island Reel
14. KUWAIT, ABDUL EL FADELLAH, Fouad Burban el Amaria
15. GEORGIA, A. POTCHVERSHUY, Dariko
16. VERA CRUZ, EL JAROCHO, La Bamba
17. EGYPT, AHMED ABDUL KADER, Oudet el Bahara illa Watanhom
18. NEPAL, GUYOK, HIMSELF, Sidi Ma Sidi Batai
19. QUEBEC, VILLENEUVE & BOUCHARD, Talencourt
20. SCOTLAND, ARCHIBALD GRANT, Eilean Mocaridh
21. ALBANIA, LUAJNE SAZET POPULARE, Valle E Gadjes
22. SERBIA, VOJIN LUTIC, Siroko Lisce Borovo
23. HUNGARY, CIGAN GROUP, Untitled Dance
24. BALI, NI LEMON, DARI DJANGGER, Lagoe Taboehgari
(2007) Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics 1918-1955 / 256k
download (part 1 / part 2)
1. Kamanagah [Syria] - Naim Karakand 2. Phleeng Khuk Phaat, Pt. 2 [Thailand] - Thewaprasit Ensemble 3. Kebyar Ding, Pt.1 [Bali] - Gong Belaloewana Bali 4. Mallorca [Northumbria-England] - Pipe Major Forsyth 5. Manasa Sri Ramamchandra [India] - Needamangalam Meenakshisundaram Pillai, Thiruvazhimilalai Subramanian Bros. 6. Ngo Mebou Melane [Cameroun] - Paul Pendja Ensemble 7. Cyganske Vesilia, Pt. 4 [Lemko-Poland] - Cyganska Orchestra Stefana 8. Mother's Uproar [Fouzhou-China] - Nendi Zhaoguan, Zhehongyi 9. Drowsy Maggie [Ireland] - Patrick J. Touhey 10. Welsisni Melodyi [Hutsul-Ukraine] - Hutzl Ukrainian Ensemble 11. Soyledi Yok Yok [Turkey] - Neriman Altindag 12. Aayega Aanewaala [India] - Lata Mangeshkar 13. Nam Nhi-Tu [Vietnam] - M. Nguyen Van Minh-Con 14. Handel's Chaconne, Teil I [Switzerland/Germany] - Edwin Fischer 15. Smyrneiko Minore [Greece] - Marika Papagika 16. Narodne Saljive Pjesme [Serbia] - Petar Perunovic-Perun 17. Tjimploengan [Sunda-Java] - Nji R. Hadji Djoeaehn 18. Envidia Yo No Tengo a Nadie [Spain] - Niño De Priego, 19. Fado de Passarinhos [Portugal] - Lucas Rodrigues Junot, 20. Nakhone Prayer - Sathoukhru Lukkhamkeow 21. Baklandets Vackra Maja [Sweden] - Christer Falkenstrom 22. Djanger [Bali] - Representatives of the Democratic Youth of Indonesia 23. Songs in Grief [Japan] - Kouran Kin, Sinkou Son 24. Yein Pwe [Myanmar]
The music can be a little primitive, but Marika Papagika left a legacy of Greek folk music, rembetika, and light popular music that is unrivaled by very few artists of the day. David Soffa did an excellent job of picking out her most popular recordings primarily from the late 1920's. This is a priceless look at Greek Music in the United States during the 1920's.
(1994) Marika Papagika: 1918-1929 / 320k
download (part 1 / part 2)
1999Studies for player piano
III III IV V VI VII VIII IV X XI XII
I'm deeply unhappy that I missed the desershore installation TG stuff; i've been searching for that forever.
Topaz Rags - Tarot Harem 7"
Topaz Rags - California Ash
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