For those readers/listeners of my blog who live in/around Melbourne town or the state of Victoria, this is NOT the sound of airplanes taking off at your second smaller airport or something like that? It’s a band who named themselves … Continue reading Song of the Day: Airwing by Essendon Airport
Back to back NC posts yet again! I’ve NOT rated them in a countdown or numbered but here’s what I’ve done in order: breaking in down into four main groups but all are in chronological order! Opening tracks are the … Continue reading Playlist: Top 100 or My All-time Fave Songs by Nick Cave
Right, I do know I did say last year I wasn’t going to do no more books on my blog but it’s a music book and not a bloody novel! So it’s much easier to write about or type something? … Continue reading Great Reading: Nine Parts Water, One Part Sand – Kim Salmon and the Formula for Grunge by Douglas Galbraith
OK, here’s a post for all the movie buffs out there! Or if you need something to watch this weekend? Or whenever you see this? Actually I think, I started to put this list together a very longtime ago kind-of … Continue reading Great Watching: Top 30 Aussie Films
Just before the end of this month, I’ve got all this done! It’s twenty-something albums from that year as named in this book. What I’ve done to pick the next year for myself to listen too in this book/list: is … Continue reading 1001 Albums Book: 1979
Almost everyone on earth has seen the movie by now? So finally I’ll blog post them in my little own TTT blog posts this Sunday, if need reminding they’re not the highest selling singles or anything like that? Just my … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Queen
So it’s a extra amazing blog post list today! Over on Content Catnip blog or is it just a real website now? At the end of last month, she put together her list of favourite songs of all time by female … Continue reading Playlist: My Fave Songs of all-time by Female Artists
So I’m kind-of following last weekend’s TTT post. She’s a great visual artist and also then wicked experimental muso! Who did married some white bloke from England who’s pretty well-known for some band but let’s try today too kind-of forgotten … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Yoko Ono
OK, it’s back to back book posts yesterday and today, finally at almost the end of this month it’s my little write-up today which is simply a book about another great 80’s Aussie band which I’ve just finished but was published … Continue reading Great Reading: Grant & I: Inside and Outside The Go-Betweens By Robert Forster
OK, here’s an artist not yet covered in my kind-of art gallery blog posts and my two cents about it! For those non-Aussie readers of my little blog, you might know or not know? The well-known or some what famous … Continue reading Great Art: Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles of 1952
OK, forget bios I’m guessing you know at least his name? I guess you could be counting him as Folk music singer-songwriter type which I kind-of have already once or twice covered in my little TTT posts. But he’s also … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Leonard Cohen
I’ll be useless to intro him, Marvin Gaye! I never really know, you know? Who likes or enjoys what or which artists/acts? Some bloggers/followers I’ve got to know over whatever time it’s been? Lately I’ve been pretty shit commenting on … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Marvin Gaye
I guess, you could really included his films/TV shows as great art? But I’m going to be looking at his visual art and starting with a few of his photograph art about the theme of animals or well, dead animals … Continue reading Great Art: David Lynch’s Animal art of late-70’s & 80’s
Well, I haven’t done an African album for a long time so here’s one today! All the albums tracks by Ali Farka Touré were originally recorded between 1975 and 1980 by the radio show/station live but not released until 1996 … Continue reading Classic Albums: Radio Mali by Ali Farka Touré
This weekend staying in 60’s England’s great rock n’ roll bands I’ve not yet covered in my little TTT posts. This Sunday comes maybe the greatest or could be just the biggest underdogs of British invasion bands of that time, … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: The Kinks
OK, another one of the greatest rock n’ rock bands today! That’s right, isn’t it or not? You tell me? All I know is I did do some TTT posts on a few huge 60’s/70’s acts last year but I … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: The Who
I was going to say I’m totally revising the way I’m doing this set of blog posts today but shouldn’t say that! So after saying I was going to try do these CA posts quicker, I’ve only got 3 posts … Continue reading Classic Albums: 20 Jazz Funk Greats by Throbbing Gristle
Well, that title should really be Bob Marley & the Wailers! It’s summertime here in the southern hemisphere and what better music to listen when it’s bloody hot as hell than reggae? So it’s Bob Marley and his band songs … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Bob Marley
Changing it up this weekend, I think I did say more pop but I want to listen some folk music this Sunday! So it’s the superstar folk family which I did think everyone was going to have a blog post … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: The Wainwright/McGarrigle Family
Should I go out on a limb today? Calling the Bee Gees the best and greatest pop group ever? Well, maybe I should say my fave at least when anyone talks about pop music. Pop is short for poplar so … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Bee Gees
Here’s the third fave album this year of mine to be added to that CA list and yeah, live album do count too! I do have some live albums included but I guess I don’t have a lot them of … Continue reading Classic Albums: Live At The Old Quarter, Houston, Texas by Townes Van Zandt
AKA Johnny Rotten! OK, I did say punk rockers for my weekly fave 10 song but here in today’s blog post I move pretty quickly into post-punk! Also moving last weeks from New York City, America to London, England as … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Sex Pistols/Public Image Ltd./John Lydon
Things are about to get strange, a bit weird and even a little fucked-up today! I was going to ease into this bloke’s art but I think that’s just totally impossible. Some have been very offended by it in the … Continue reading Great Art: Gottfried Helnwein’s late-70’s Drawings & Watercolors
Blondie plus I’m including a couple of Debbie Harry songs too but do some still see both Blondie and Debbie Harry as the same thing? If you are confused: Blondie is the band and Harry is the singer who sung … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Blondie/Deborah Harry
So I did say last week some punks and the ultimate punk rocker or at least to me is Patti Smith! How about you? Maybe she more prototype punk but anyway a great artist to do this week. After two … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Patti Smith
So if Bowie last week needs no intro, these blokes don’t! Once again they’re some big hits below but I do like to dig around back catalogs of artists/bands so it’s not all just the greatest hits? Maybe, this ten … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: The Rolling Stones
Right, this might be totally bonkers to just pick out only ten tracks for someone like him because well, I’ll miss out so much! Maybe, I should done more than just ten for him but didn’t, oh well maybe I … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: David Bowie
I kind-of was saying yesterday, it’s going to be back to back Led Zep posts! As I was saying then I was a big fan in high school, played them and Floyd the most or way too much, before getting … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Led Zeppelin
OK, I’m going to included some very big mainstream or at least very well-known acts with some of these top ten tracks posts because everything else I seem to be doing lately on my blog is NOT very well-known stuff. … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Pink Floyd
Pere Ubu – Street Waves (1976) The Screamers – Peer Pressure (1977) Devo – Sloppy (I Saw My Baby Gettin’) (1977) Chrome – Chromosome Damage (1977) Suicide – Ghost Rider (1977) The Normal – T.V.O.D. (1978) Throbbing Gristle – United (1978) Eno And Snatch … Continue reading C-30! C-60! C-90! GO! Post-Punk’s Not Dead!
So I’m going to included some very huge name artists, it’s not all going to be odd stuff my little list! Does everyone think you got to included some Neil Young in any kind-of these list of faves? Well, here’s … Continue reading Classic Albums: Zuma by Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Math class yet again now again with six comes after nine because it’s like it’s up side down or something! I think this might just be it, OK? I’ve done playlists for the years 1970 to 2003 so that’s 33 … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1976?
So next up is the last year of the decade for this Thursday morning and we are almost finish now! Unless I do the years I have done or I might add to the ones I’ve already done or I … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1979?
Eight comes after seven, I think? If I can count? Most likely not really at all but anyway! Is it Tuesday morning or some other time? Depending where you are and when you see it? Maybe, I just don’t know … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1978?
Here come the late 70’s and these next few posts will finish off that decade too! Starting in 1977 and not counting backwards as I previous wrote on this blog somewhere in the last few weeks! Changed my mind, I … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1977?
So I’m doing back to back 70’s and finishing the early to mid seventy’s all off today! Here’s where you find 1970, 1971 and you are looking at 72 right now, 73 was just yesterday’s post and then here’s 1974 and 1975. … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1972?