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On 11/8/2019 at 11:37 PM, Pars said:

I bought the album after listening to these based on this post. Actually, these guys remind me of Roxy Music alot. I will have to say that this is massively overproduced (even though I do like it).

 

Relistening to this (Lo Moon) and totally digging it. Definitely reminds of Talk Talk, both post-rock era and (more so) Colour of Spring -era, but also Haelos, a recent fave, and one I wouldn’t’ve associated with Talk Talk.  Dig, more.

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Hillbilly Shakespeare, indeed. Still amazed at his output given that he never made it to age 30.

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Was:  https://oliverlieb.bandcamp.com/album/the-unreleased-album

Currently:

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Apparently this was good enough for Robert Fripp to feature on his own personal Facebook page.

Streamable/downloadable link

Next:

https://mattelliott.bandcamp.com/album/songs-of-resignation

I somehow missed this, as well as the fact that most of his albums are on bandcamp.  I'll probably go through the box set next (Failed Songs/Howling Songs/Failing Songs/Drinking Songs).

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Celebrating the Dan today on Pitchfork? As if I needed an excuse!

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I have to admit I got a little lost right at the beginning - but then the various themes and counter themes came together for me. 

nice - I like.. 

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Glad you liked it,

Kind of the back story (or what I imagined) were small night creatures, a mouse and a trap door spider stop trying to devour each other and engage in sort of a spastic dance. Sometimes in lock step and sometimes back at each others throats.

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I liked it too.  I’m just having trouble coming up with words.  It’s got that BoHansson  whimsical quality to it.

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B. B. King with Gladys Knight, Clapton, Collins and other friends. Illegally downloaded years ago.

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MP3 164 kbps – who needs highres?

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Posthumous Leonard Cohen album....story is that he recorded the vocals, and his son carefully helped build out the backing music.

I liked this....not ALWAYS what I would picture as his music, but still good.

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how in the fuck did i miss that this has been released?

FKA twigs MAGDALENE

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23 hours ago, skullguise said:

Posthumous Leonard Cohen album....story is that he recorded the vocals, and his son carefully helped build out the backing music.

I liked this....not ALWAYS what I would picture as his music, but still good.

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https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/nov/24/leonard-cohen-adam-thanks-for-the-dance-interview?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

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\m/onday

Lord Mantis - Universal Death Church

 

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Said to be recorded by Italian Columbia on 26 78-rpm sides. Transferred from American Columbia and Italian Columbia pressings by Ward Marston.

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