Happy B’day to me! You’re suppose to sing that to yourself as you wash your hand these days but it’s actually my b’day today, you know? I’m pretending to invite you all and any blogging mates over to my … Continue reading Playlist: 24hrs of music Warren Ellis digs!
Well, it’s more well known as A Love Supreme Part 1 Acknowledgement or it’s title is something like that but I just called it Acknowledgement! So tell me how wrong I am or something? The youtuber who uploaded it does … Continue reading Song of the Day: Acknowledgement by John Coltrane
Yesterday, on Aussie radio was the broadcast of a live on stage at Hobart Town Hall interview with Warren Ellis and here’s the link to 55 minute full length podcast. Off course, I’ve gotta blog something about it today because … Continue reading Double J’s Take 5: Warren Ellis’ songs in the key of Waz
Paradise the brand new song by Tropical Fuck Storm was dropped sometime earlier this 24 hours. Also the word is out the new second TFS (Tropical Fuck Storm) album entitled Braindrops will be released August 23rd on Flightless Records in … Continue reading Shall Be Released: BRAINDROPS by Tropical Fuck Storm + Playlist: Gareth Liddiard’s Favorite Albums on Vinyl
Seems there was not much music in yesterday’s post, mainly a list of books and movies here’s a playlist today! Off course, I was nowhere at all! I have said somewhere on this blog before, I was born in late … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1957?
So it should be tilted: What I listen to from 1959 or which ever year I’m blogging about and you can too, if you want to press play? So bring these yearly playlists back! Starting where I kind-of left off … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1959?
Blah-blah-blah, this year or post is where the 60’s are all over! I don’t know need to come up anything because it’s the last one but not that have really says much in any of these 60’s posts intros. The … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1960?
I have enjoy making these yearly playlist but really don’t know what to say about 60’s? I guess, the main thing for this decade the huge change from beginning which the next post coming tomorrow, let’s just finish it this … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1961?
Worth pointing out today is Jimmy Little re-appears in my little playlists and is most likely the biggest gap between two songs, the next year which is already posted here on my blog is my 1999 list and linked here, … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1963?
Getting closing to the earlier early 60’s and have even less to say or don’t know what to say? Maybe, it’s going to be quick intros for all these years? I guess just listen to the music! The (Edit 24/7/19) … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1964?
So we are up to mid-60’s already! I don’t know what really to say about this decade at all in my blog, I was far from being there! Both my olds who were teenagers then who did see The Rolling … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1965?
Back again for the year 1966, who’s getting sick and tried of the sixties yet? Oh, well you lose because I’ve had a pretty great time listen to all this stuff! Or have I already said that? Well, say it … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1966?
Right, I’ve not listened to any albums from this book, this month at all. So before it’s all over here’s the very beginning of the sixties, unbelievable only one album is filed under 1961 and the following year 1962 has … Continue reading 1001 Albums Book: 1961 & 1962
Back to the 60’s today, it’s been awhile since I last visited this decade with now only my third pick for that decade. So to follow The Monks and Pink Floyd, it’s just got to be John Coltrane and this total Jazz masterpiece. … Continue reading Classic Albums: Ascension by John Coltrane
This is happened about a month ago now but because I kind-off stop writing here last month I’ve missed writing about him so I guess better late than never. The ultimate minimal synth punk band’s Suicide singer Alan Vega passed away … Continue reading Remembering: Alan Vega + Cover Versions: Suicide’s Ghost Rider by Rollins Band + Dream Baby Dream by Bruce Springsteen + Sweetheart by HTRK