Cassandra Wilson – Death Letter X – Sugarlight The Stooges – 1970 Mickey Newbury – Just Dropped In Warren Zevon – Reconsider Me Cassandra Wilson – Billie’s Blues Jerry Lee Lewis – Another Place Another Time Bill Evans Trio – … Continue reading Soundtrack Songs: True Detective (Season 3)
So James Osterberg Jr. which is his real name who has been called the grand-daddy of punk more than a few times so I’ve just gotta put together my own fave tracks fave list. Does everyone know who he is … Continue reading Top Tens Tracks: The Stooges/Iggy Pop
Edit (19/01/19): So after posting an old version of this a few days ago with a pile of video clips/songs missing but trying to get into my old youtube account to edit it, which that is just totally impossible! So … Continue reading Playlist: The Drones’ Rage Guest Programmers in 2009
I did post two of these last month so this is now the third one, this is like two in one and most likely the last one ever I’ve blog about! Here’s the newspaper cutting from 1982′ NME magazine at … Continue reading Portrait Of The Artist As A Consumer: The Birthday Party’s Rowland S. Howard & Nick Cave
I’m back today so let’s kick 2019 off with a trash bang and some bloody screaming! I did do my top ten tracks posts last year for both Megadeth and Metallica so I’ve just gotta do Slayer now! They’re the … Continue reading Top Ten Tracks: Slayer
The Modern Lovers – The Modern Lovers I think this has been a touchstone for a long time. It’s a real classic art-rock album. It’s art-rock which is what I do! It’s a brilliant proto-punk art-rock album and I’ve always … Continue reading Baker’s Dozen: Ex-The Bad Seeds’ Mick Harvey’s Favorite Albums
Miles Davis – On The Corner I didn’t discover that until ten years ago but I love the grooves on it and it’s interesting in that there’s no melodies. It’s sounds like electronic music, except it has the fortunate aspect … Continue reading Baker’s Dozen: Swans’ Michael Gira’s Favourite Albums
So just continuing on from yesterdays’ post here is some more shit I found interesting once, re-reading bits and pieces now plus for some unknown reason blogging about it. I’ll embedded some songs highlights that just seem totally random but … Continue reading Magazines: Mojo Magazines 2007/8
Continuing my blogging about totally pointless stuff but seems I’m blogging about some some tracks from Mojo’s freebies CD’s now and did finished the 100 cult heroes list a few weeks back, here’s a little more about some more older … Continue reading Magazines: Mojo magazine 2005/6
Right, it’s been just week off doing my yearly playlist but I’m back at it now! Surprise, surprise! So the verdict is, I can’t just miss out the 60’s! Well, you ask for it so get the bloody sixties! Starting … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1969?
I’ve got another playlist of 30 tracks for this year for anyone, who’s interested in what songs I love or just like way more than everything else released that year! Opening Aussie song today after the last playlist of all … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1973?
So I missed posting anything yesterday but today, Friday morning we are going back to the seventies again! Off course, if I wasn’t around in 1974 I’m not going be around in 1970 but I’ve got some songs to share. … Continue reading Playlist: Where I Was In… 1970?
Plus a few other things by them all, it should say but it don’t! Yet another cover of this classic Cave and his Bad Seeds track now by Pop and Cocker is so very rock n’ roll version of the … Continue reading Cover Versions: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ Red Right Hand by Iggy Pop & Jarvis Cocker
So at the very end of the book I was gibbering on about yesterday is a playlist by Tex himself to quote him or the book: “To enhance your reading experience” I didn’t listen to all the songs in this … Continue reading Playlist: Tex Perkins’ Book Playlist
So I’ve been AWOL from my blogging for a few weeks or something now but I’m still alive if anyone cares? Various boring reasons why which I will not bore anyone with details, OK? Well, here comes yet another playlist … Continue reading Playlist: The Almost Endless Tracks That Inspired Nick Cave
You’ve got to be your own dog, you know what I’m talking about? Your suppose to say yes, like a James Brown thing (laughing.) So after the very short opening track I Don’t Mind Whatever Happens that’s how track two … Continue reading Classic Albums: In A Bar, Under The Sea by dEUS
Here we go, I just found another mixtape with the date on it and it’s this month May but 20 years ago. Do you remember what you were doing then? I guess I don’t really but I must have made … Continue reading Playlist: My Mixtapes #4 Grey TDK 90 with date in pen May 97
Well, this album was was recorded exactly 41 years old ago today and it just blows my mind every single bloody time I put it on. The recording date is on the cover so you don’t have to go looking … Continue reading Classic Albums: The Shape Of Things by Pere Ubu
This is the first 1960’s album I’m going to write about here on my thingy/blog under my Classic Albums, it’s pretty much the last decade in modern recorded music to be included here. It’s just got to be Black Monk Time, mostly … Continue reading Classic Albums: Black Monk Time by The Monks