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Blues I Wanna Be Your Man Nothing To Lose Shoot For Thrills One More Reason. Boston Live CD. Dirty Love 4. Slap In the Face 5. Electric Gypsy 6. Rip and Tear 7. Never Enough 8. Malaria 9. Sex Action Bitch is Back One More Reason Rock Candy Some Lie For Love. Collector's Ed. No 1 Vinyl LP. Don't Love Me 2. It's Not True 2. Going High 2. Gone Honey 3. By the way, I don't think a full 'Anthem Sessions' disc exists, but there are a few studio bits and pieces floating about plus various rehearsals.
See '' on the Dead section of Internet Archive. Very cool and wildly informative. Do you, by any chance, have a blog where you upload yer stuff? It would be too cool to hear those sessions. I have read that the Dead put some music to the Eagle Mall, and that would be awesome to hear.
Also a Clementine with vocals and the baroque style Tom Constanten added to it in early I made my own Earthquake Country awhile back using a bunch of sources and would just like to see other peoples ideas and maybe upgrade a few of my song sources. My Tracklisting for the past few years has been. Dark Star single version 2.
St Steven into the Eleven Studio Outtake with bagpipes 3. Duprees Diamond Blues 69 mix 4. Rosemary 69 mix 5. Mountain's of the moon 69 mix 8. China Cat Sunflower 69 mix 9. Whats Become of the baby 69 mix Cosmic Charlie 69 mix Bonus Tracks: Rosemary live What's Become of the Baby Acoustic Demo outtake Eagle Mall Live Robert Hunter Would have added Clementine but I cant Find a studio version with vocals, though the sole live performance would be the one I'd use for mine if I had to.
That performance of Clementine was on I haven't started it properly yet, but after some reading I was doing on the 'Dead Essays' website recently I decided that 'Anthem of the Sun' should definitely have been a double album. This is an awesome tracklist, Robert hunter wrote Dark Star China Cat and the Eleven together in the beginning so that would be how it went. I am probably going to compile my own based on your tracklist, good work thanks for the ideas. I never heard of Anthem being considered for a Double album, that would have been a crazy album.
Though Anthem is already one of my top picks for the Dead already. In reply to Mr. This comment thread got me thinking about 'Earthquake Country' and 'Aoxomoxoa. But, like sydfloyd, I miss "St. And while I appreciate it, "What's Become of the Baby" takes up room that could have gone to stronger cuts. The format is such that at about 51 mins this would have to be a double album, which suits my purposes.
Each side is dynamite and of a piece. Tracklisting: A1 St. The combo of studio and live was extensive on 'Anthem of the Sun' and could conceivably have carried forward to 'Aoxomoxoa'. I've been really enjoying this alternative take!
And many thx as always to soniclovenoize! Hello Sonic, and congratulations for your work. I especially enjoy this one and Red Rose Speedway. SOngs were finished, many of them if not all have been released by now. I'd be very interested to see what tracklist you would come up with in both case. Keep up the good work! I want to give a christmas gift to you.
What if they whould release a christmas album? That link is broken Hi Sonic, I just wanted to say how impressed I am by the amount of work you put into all of these.
The Royal Guardsmen had real talent and their own sound. So an album of what they could have been had the Record Company supported their non novelty songs. Wanna make a list of the songs you think are worthy? I am intrigued but from what I can tell it may be grueling to go through they're whole discography for a first timer.
Exactly, its hard to find their psych stuff but its out there on singles, bootlegs, live etc. Their 2nd album actually had a few n there. Such a great idea Saludos, les presento este blog donde tambien hay mas material inedito, saludos, gracias por publicar tremendo disco Thanks for the music. Do you have a link to the original artwork? Also, I like your idea for the Anthem of the Sun album.
Will you be sharing it? Again, thanks for the music. Anyway, minor tinkering aside, I dig it, and am very grateful to you for putting this together. Great, important work here Big thanks. BTW I agree with others about tackling the Stooges fourth album. Thanks you have done a great job and thanks for the cohesion you were able to give the concept of the "First Rays" which I would think is very much in accordance with Jimi's aspirations for the album at the time.
I agree with your statement that "Jimi was making a commercial come-back album; the songs were less experimental, less sprawling, all concise rock songs with the Band of Gypsies sound. This is the version I will keep on playing, in preference to the other amazingly mismanaged attempts excluding your earlier version there have been over the years. Just created the limited blogger profile: the above "Unknown" comment is mine.
Clicking on your link seems to get me nowhere. I would love to hear your version of, "First Rays I love your work and I would like to say thanks so much for all your hard work and excellent notes. There are various compilations such as the Box of Gypsys or Two Nights At The Fillmore in circulation but there is a need for a definitive set in the absence of Experience Hendrix ever coming up with the goods. You've made many mistakes, starting with the cover - Jimi would never have Hitler on his album cover - he wasn't that sort of person.
You have ignored a couple of sources for the proposed song list for this proposed double-album. Most important, the album was going to end with "Belly Button Window" - that is very much documented. This album is fantastic! If only Hendrix had lived long enough to see this released. Football Money by Kiwi jr. The Toronto jangle-pop outfit keep things short, simple — and super catchy — on their buoyant full-length debut. Explore music. Lazer Gun Show by Hey Geronimo.
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The Devil Laughs , recorded a few years back, is a compelling addition to the canon of the 21st century songwriting. Nor does the unvarnished solidity of Stuart's arrangements deter Louis from hearing possibilities for their presentation in styles which take inspiration from the perfection of s studio technology that led to the rise of Brian Wilson , Burt Bacharach , along with less-recognized names such as Bones Howe and Roy Halee.
The Devil Laughs is a small masterpiece of pure expression. At its core this is a classic "hip-hop" format LP -- but have you ever heard Creole Sega rap roots music before? Of Creole descent from a group of African islands that transiently have hosted many settlers, west African slaves, colonialists and the potentially indigenous East African-Malagache Maroons; the brothers have an inherent spirit of diversity that runs through their recordings.
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Elektra Records higher-ups canned the project due to its controversial cover art, which shows a Sambo figure being lynched.
This must-purchase concept album is worth the wait. From the jazzy, hypnotic samples on the title cut to 'Sweet Premium Wine,' a farcical ode to swigging ounce bottles of brew remember when drinking St. Ides and Old English was trendy? Classic headbanger 'What a Nigga Know? It's a place where Sambo-ism doesn't sell. Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Monday 3 August Tuesday 4 August Wednesday 5 August Thursday 6 August Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Monday 10 August Tuesday 11 August Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 August Tuesday 18 August Wednesday 19 August Thursday 20 August Friday 21 August Saturday 22 August Sunday 23 August Monday 24 August Tuesday 25 August Wednesday 26 August Thursday 27 August Friday 28 August Saturday 29 August Sunday 30 August Monday 31 AugustListen to Lazer Gun Show on Spotify. Hey Geronimo · Single · · 1 songs.