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Old 04-10-2010, 02:04 AM   #3951
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I've been listening to John Mayall's the turning point all day and night.

Here is my favorite song from the album, California.

Great sax work, Mayall at his best at the Fillmore East.




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Old 04-10-2010, 07:50 PM   #3952
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Gotta love obscure b-sides
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Old 04-10-2010, 08:49 PM   #3954
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Gotta love obscure b-sides
Very nice. I love Teenage Fanclub and had never heard that one. I think I'll go throw on Bandwagonesque.
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Criminally obscure New Zeland band, The Bats.



Ever hear these guys, Hogan?
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Old 04-10-2010, 09:07 PM   #3956
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Very nice. I love Teenage Fanclub and had never heard that one. I think I'll go throw on Bandwagonesque.
It's on the long deleted Mellow Doubt CD single (Aussie version), they also have a great Who-like track on it (I forget the name of it at the moment) and an acoustic version of "Start Again" a full 3 years before that song appeared as the kickoff track on Songs From Northern Britian.

If there was one band out there who I wish would release a B Side compilation, it's the Fanclub. Anyways, a new album finally comes out in June and since the band has an unbelievable high standard, it should be a classic.
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Old 04-10-2010, 09:09 PM   #3957
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Criminally obscure New Zeland band, The Bats.



Ever hear these guys, Hogan?
I've heard of them, but never got too deep into checking them out other than a song here and there. That's something I'm going to have to work on.
I do like what I've heard so far, I can say that much.
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Old 04-10-2010, 10:16 PM   #3958
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I've heard of them, but never got too deep into checking them out other than a song here and there. That's something I'm going to have to work on.
I do like what I've heard so far, I can say that much.
They were very much part of that late-80s Stone Roses scene, but they are better. Start with Daddy's Highway (which the song I posted, North By North, is on). Awesome record. Although most of their early albums are out of print (they still put out new material), so you may have to dig a bit.

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Old 04-10-2010, 10:18 PM   #3959
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It's on the long deleted Mellow Doubt CD single (Aussie version), they also have a great Who-like track on it (I forget the name of it at the moment) and an acoustic version of "Start Again" a full 3 years before that song appeared as the kickoff track on Songs From Northern Britian.

If there was one band out there who I wish would release a B Side compilation, it's the Fanclub. Anyways, a new album finally comes out in June and since the band has an unbelievable high standard, it should be a classic.
Good to know a new album is coming soon. You are right; there is scarcely a bad step in the catalogue. Make sure to post your review of the new record here when it comes out.
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Went to see Thom Yorke with his solo band (featuring RHCP bassist Flea) at the Aragon in Chicago tonight. Pretty bad ass. All those sparse songs on The Eraser that were just Thom and few simple computer beats have been completely fleshed out with five piece rhythm and guitar. Ballads turned into thunderous rock songs. And, or course, it was fun to watch Thom and Flea battle it out for most insane dance moves.
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Records stacked by the turntable right now...
Grand Funk Railroad - Mark, Don, & Mel 1969 - 71
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
Howlin Wolf - He Doesnt Like It
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The Dig - Carry Me Home

You guys can check out their MySpace to listen.

http://www.myspace.com/thedigisup

I really like it. They are amazing live. Just classic.
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Is the band staying together or is this the swan song CD?
I think the band will be staying together... dunno if some personnel changes may happen down the line. Change sometimes does happen; in fact they have a different bassist and drummer for Moonshine Valentine than the ones who played on Too Much To Dream. The CD release has been the culmination of nearly 4 years of hard work for Sixstringlass though... she wrote all but one of the songs on the CD; and their drummer wrote one.
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Old 04-14-2010, 03:42 AM   #3964
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From Carl's latest album TRADING 8s


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Old 04-14-2010, 07:42 AM   #3965
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Check this out, you tube find of the week.....I present JACULA



What's the big deal you ask? Well, this was some Italian prog rock outfit that made horror film music for cheesy flicks.....this was done in 1969 and that's where the real story lies....talk about being ahead of your time, sheesh.

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I have an old Rollings band CD end of silence.

Love most of the tracks on it, I play it from time to time.
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I have an old Rollings band CD end of silence.

Love most of the tracks on it, I play it from time to time.
That was his breakout release, no question. I perfer his faster material as opposed to the long slow dirges though, as much as I'm a fan of his work, the long, snail paced workouts tend to wear on me after a bit.

I've met him a few times. He's a hard person to hang out with because he's a loner who generally doesn't care for the company of other people and he frowns upon drinking. I have a couple of pics with him, but we never interacted all that much and are certainly not on a first name basis or anything like that. I'm still a huge fan though and keep buying all his cd's/books and what have you.

I try not to post the same vids over and over, so going through the thread to see if I posted that before was a bit of a challenge and a half.....ever start from the beginning and try to work your way through it? It's something else.
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That was his breakout release, no question. I perfer his faster material as opposed to the long slow dirges though, as much as I'm a fan of his work, the long, snail paced workouts tend to wear on me after a bit.

I've met him a few times. He's a hard person to hang out with because he's a loner who generally doesn't care for the company of other people and he frowns upon drinking. I have a couple of pics with him, but we never interacted all that much and are certainly not on a first name basis or anything like that. I'm still a huge fan though and keep buying all his cd's/books and what have you.

I try not to post the same vids over and over, so going through the thread to see if I posted that before was a bit of a challenge and a half.....ever startfrom the beginning and try to work your way through it? It's something else.
I do that about once a year. It is fun on multiple levels...learning about music you may have missed the first time around, the occasional skirmishes, regretting a recommendation you may have made in an enthusiastic post after only an initial listen, etc. Cool stuff. How this thread is not in the Hall of Fame is beyond my comprehension.
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Yeah Hogan some of those songs are a little slow.

I really the guitar work tho, is the same band still together?
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I do that about once a year. It is fun on multiple levels...learning about music you may have missed the first time around, the occasional skirmishes, regretting a recommendation you may have made in an enthusiastic post after only an initial listen, etc. Cool stuff. How this thread is not in the Hall of Fame is beyond my comprehension.
The RoF tends to only be reserved for the inane threads. If you go to that sub section and see what's there, about 85% of the threads are total garbage. It's a joke section, pure and simple.

Regardless on how you fall musically, at least this thread is somewhat informative and horizon expanding. I know I've been turned onto stuff from this thread that I never heard of before and we can't be the only ones to have that happen after browsing it.

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Yeah Hogan some of those songs are a little slow.

I really the guitar work tho, is the same band still together?
No. They imploded after the fairly disasterous "Come In And Burn" LP. He did three more albums and one benefit album of Black Flag covers for the West Memphis Three with a LA hard rock outfit (Mother Superior) backing him as The Rollins Band and then that was it.

The Band in the "Fool" clip reformed and toured with X in 2006, but he felt there wasn't a total commitment from the players to keep it going and became disillusioned by the whole "reunion tour" thing about halfway through it (Incidently, I seen them on this tour and thought they were just fine, but whatever).

He's vowed to never do music again, save for guest appearances on other artists work. He's totally a spoken word guy now with movies and TV mixed in here and there.
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