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Post by Michael K Gray » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:26 am

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

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Post by cunt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:38 am

[youtube]AGGlL1wexQk[/youtube]

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Post by franc » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:40 am

The Captain is aspie music -

[youtube]HE32tcojArI[/youtube]

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Post by bhoytony » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:42 am

OK. The fantastic Gillian Welch with one of my favourite guitarists, David Rawlins on his trusty 1935 Epiphone Olympic.

[youtube]Yj3kppAkl1Q[/youtube]

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Post by franc » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:42 am

More aspie music, Dr. Eugene Chadbourne (just have to make it to the 2:15 mark for the real chaos to begin. Yes one man, one guitar) -

[youtube]rO92vGF-8iI[/youtube]

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Post by franc » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:49 am

ILCK, making blues dirty again -

[youtube]xPs1Ocwy1z8[/youtube]

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Post by cunt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:57 am

Really need to get some more Beefheart. There isn't much of Jerry Spinger: The Opera on youtube but it is one of my favourite things.

[youtube]mc_wQ2VJL9Y[/youtube]

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Post by bhoytony » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:58 am

franc wrote:The Captain is aspie music -
I might not be aspie, but I love Beefheart

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Post by mikelf » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:58 am

bhoytony wrote:OK. The fantastic Gillian Welch with one of my favourite guitarists, David Rawlins on his trusty 1935 Epiphone Olympic.
Love Gillian Welch. You may want to check out Patty Loveless' "Mountain Soul" albums.

[youtube]yqDVObM1kxc[/youtube]

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Post by mikelf » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:00 am

mikelf wrote:
bhoytony wrote:OK. The fantastic Gillian Welch with one of my favourite guitarists, David Rawlins on his trusty 1935 Epiphone Olympic.
Love Gillian Welch. You may want to check out Patty Loveless' "Mountain Soul" albums.
Live version.

[youtube]1n57WBtvtC4[/youtube]

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Post by franc » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:07 am

cunt wrote:Really need to get some more Beefheart
Here -

[youtube]O9UKANkpPLI[/youtube]

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Post by franc » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:10 am

franc wrote:
cunt wrote:Really need to get some more Beefheart
Studio version of Mirror Man -

[youtube]HePGKXJkzCY[/youtube]

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Post by bhoytony » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:13 am

i first saw this guy, Ben Prestage supporting Ian Siegal. Here he is playing his Lowebow, a couple of broom handles stuck onto a cigar box body with home made pickups, one bass guitar string and two standard strings. I like how he tunes it by sticking a Sharpie under the strings. it sounds great.

[youtube]Zh9CiPvVCUE[/youtube]

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Post by cunt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:19 am

franc wrote:
cunt wrote:Really need to get some more Beefheart
Here -

[youtube]O9UKANkpPLI[/youtube]
That's fucking cool.

Some Five horse johnson:
[youtube]h-NBX9M2kmE[/youtube]

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Post by Git » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:20 am

I have a thing for early 70s stoner/proto-metal/fuzz, so let's go back to the song that arguably started it all:

[youtube]akt3awj_Ah8[/youtube]

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Post by cunt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:33 am

You might like ufomammut. Like a soundtrack to an alien invasion.

[youtube]zy0zkIh45d8[/youtube]

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Post by bhoytony » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:35 am

mikelf wrote: Love Gillian Welch. You may want to check out Patty Loveless' "Mountain Soul" albums.
Here's a coal mining song, but this ones from Barnsley not Kentucky. Kate Rusby wrote it about her grandparents. It's from her grandmothers point of view as she has to care for her husband as if he was a baby after his lungs were destroyed by coal dust. A beautiful song made even better by the fact she is talking about her own family.

[youtube]5AjblYI9KEY[/youtube]

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Post by Git » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:36 am

I do! Thank you for pointing these peeps out to me!

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Post by cunt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:47 am

Git wrote:I do! Thank you for pointing these peeps out to me!
You're welcome. Thats just a part from an album that's supposed to be one song split into 5 parts. It's so much better with the build-up.

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Post by Phil_Giordana_FCD » Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:20 am

Please indulge a keyboardist for his 9 minutes eargasm:

[youtube]Qt-sfNULEzE[/youtube]

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Rory Gallagher

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Post by bhoytony » Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:12 pm

Ok some acoustic blues from Rory Gallagher. First up Rory with Mark Feltham on harp playing Muddy Waters' Can't Be Satisfied. From the late '80s or early '90s.

[youtube]Cgr2_5n7C8E[/youtube]

Next we have Pistol Slapper Blues from '76

[youtube]XRtH7QLR924[/youtube]

Finally Too Much Alcohol from '75

[youtube]AuIiAYIsKoc[/youtube]

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Post by Dilurk » Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:55 pm

[youtube]L_vrBLedI9E[/youtube]

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Post by Sleeper » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:53 pm

[youtube]
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One of Canada's treasures...

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Post by Phil_Giordana_FCD » Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:17 am

Sleeper wrote:[youtube]
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One of Canada's treasures...
Embedding

[youtube]nOjHior0RfU[/youtube]

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Post by dustbubble » Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:33 pm

Lol Bhoytony I thought I was the only person on the planet who still rated Rory RIP.
Apart from that bizzum Valerie, who melted the right-hand half of the silvery double album over her speakers back in '75, when she "borrowed" it and kinda smoked-too-much, with her pal Jenny. She was tearfully sorry, but .. .. UNFORGIVEN!
Still got Deuce, Blueprint and Against the Grain. I think my 2nd youngest bro accounted for the rest, along with the Alice Coopers and Sabs.
Tch, made me go and dig it out now. Irish Tour '74 .., there ya go. 2nd disc could be used as an ashtray. Bastard.

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Post by bhoytony » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:11 pm

dustbubble wrote: Tch, made me go and dig it out now. Irish Tour '74 .., there ya go. 2nd disc could be used as an ashtray. Bastard.
Here you go, the full length movie Irish Tour '74. I've got the DVD, Magic. Rory plays guitar. He finishes and goes to the pub and plays guitar there. He has a day off and spends it in a guitar shop playing guitar. Then he carries on with the tour playing guitar. No wonder he was fucking good.

[youtube]eX6gOYdIFqA[/youtube]

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Post by dustbubble » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:22 pm

Postby BarnOwl » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:56 pm
As a thoroughly enjoyable experience, I can recommend driving the Causeway over Lake Pontchartrain, or Interstate 10 over the swamps west of New Orleans, while listening to early Delta blues. Best around sunrise or sunset, or if it's rainin'.
OK I know der volkisch muzik makes honest people bleed irrecoverably from the rectum, but ..

..Now there's a right ould 'un. Maybe a hundred-fifty year old? Fabled in island song and story, yer Lakes and that. We've all heared uv 'em, even if'n nobody else has.
Has bits of The Shamrock Shore, as well as Jock o'
Hazeldean
as mentioned below, in the tune. Old as the hills, that one. :violin:

Wite man's blues, in its classical form.
Ye either Get It .. ur ye dinnae. Sorry, can't help there.

!Warning!:- contains linguistic objectification of the female form, plus "racial" remarks.
[youtube]Ad8RVexRUoQ[/youtube]
(I find the best way to avoid the excessive gingeritude of the main culprit is to read the related Wiki page over his hideous MC1R-mutant fizzog. Good strong voice for a wee boy.)

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Post by bhoytony » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:39 pm

dustbubble wrote: (I find the best way to avoid the excessive gingeritude of the main culprit is to read the related Wiki page over his hideous MC1R-mutant fizzog. Good strong voice for a wee boy.)
I prefer the Christy Moore version, also Brady and Richard Carrier are twins separated at birth.

[youtube]6o1Ey-Csy7M[/youtube]

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Post by dustbubble » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:46 pm

Monsignor Tony, you are as a father to me. May I kiss your ring?
Thank you. A thousand times.

O internet, I wuv you ..!!
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Post by dustbubble » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:00 pm

bhoytony wrote:I prefer the Christy Moore version
Ah come on now,
".. me money here's no good, an' if 't'warn't fer th'all-i-gayters, I'd sleep out in the wood .."
We've all been there, no?

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Post by dustbubble » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:56 pm

And in penance for all that morris-dancey, finger-in-the-ear stuff, Monsignor Gray, ..
[youtube]tSqzqWGWqFE[/youtube]
(how'd'ee like that there geetar of Tom's, Bhoytony?)
Liepedia wrote:After retiring from the music business, Tom Darby had other business ventures...including a stint "running moonshine". He would row a boat filled with moonshine from a small island near Phenix City, Al (where his still was located) to the Columbus, Ga side across the Chattahoochee River. A simple yet effective method was employed to avoid prosecution. If "Olene" saw a "revenooer" (as they were called), she would wave a dark handkerchief. If it was safe, she would wave a light-colored handkerchief.

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Post by Michael K Gray » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:30 pm

dustbubble wrote:And in penance for all that morris-dancey, finger-in-the-ear stuff, Monsignor Gray, ..
tSqzqWGWqFE
For that truly excellent contribution (and one that I had not heard before) I hereby offer complete absolution from most Morris-Dancing crimes.
(I note by your comments that even the southern revenuewer-haters shake their snot-rags about, ala fatuous 3rd-rate Morris-Dancers.)

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Post by AnonymousCowherd » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:04 am

Well fuck me dead, said foreskin Ned, the bastard from the Bush...

Who knew there were more Rory-philes in the world? As for the Kate Rusby song, shit, I bust out gurnin' just thinking about it.

Morris - I confess. I done it once or twice. But the muso was an Ulsterman, and the only man I've ever seeen who didn't stop playing when he fell in a campfire and his hair was smokin'. Maybe he coulda played the blues...

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Post by AnonymousCowherd » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:35 am

Not normally my favourite singer, but this album that the advantage of being rejected by the Nash Trash Country hierarchy.

[youtube]8YpE47V1AHE[/youtube]


Meanwhile, I continue my relentless search for the dead man walking who stole my Elmore James records.

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Post by AnonymousCowherd » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:37 am

Yes, yes, wrong button pushed. "had the advantage". Just don't tell Steersman.

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Post by The Pelagic Argosy » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:52 am

Franc posted the Pop Group's We Are All Prostitutes in the Periodic Table, which inspires me to leave this here. I've got the 12" vinyl version of this which sounds fucking awesome; that experience is not reproduceable over the internet, so this will have to do:

[youtube]NC5jRlj8pFE[/youtube]

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Post by AnonymousCowherd » Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:26 am

You want 17+ minutes noise? You want bang head in drunken drug stupor? You want know why ReGreta hasn't got the time time?

[youtube]FJUpY5geWcU[/youtube]

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Post by bhoytony » Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:59 am

dustbubble wrote:And in penance for all that morris-dancey, finger-in-the-ear stuff, Monsignor Gray, ..

(how'd'ee like that there geetar of Tom's, Bhoytony?)
That's a new one on me. V. Good.
Here's a very well known song, one of my favourites. Greg Allman just released a pretty good version of this one.


[youtube]BtZ6DoeimP4[/youtube]

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Post by Git » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:22 am

This thread needs more Sabbath:

[youtube]OeHYQM6QzrQ[/youtube]

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Post by SPACKlick » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:06 am

No what this thread needs is childrens songs in a metal stylee

[youtube]iPwvfw4WWx8[/youtube]

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Post by dustbubble » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:26 am

I say, the world needs more metal in a Latin folk-stylee.
[youtube]SMXccLCXO-Y[/youtube]
I mean, otherwise how are we going to cope when the oil, yellowcake etc., runs out? Start practising now, Phil :)

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Post by AnonymousCowherd » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:59 am

Like this? At least until we run out of horses.

[youtube]rbTozgoj9OQ[/youtube]

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Post by disumbrationist » Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:26 pm

Godflesh - 'Flowers'
[youtube]eGigt6kIcqs[/youtube]
Foetus - 'I'll meet you in Poland, Baby'
[youtube]e4VZcHpKsTg[/youtube]
Carcass, 'Embodiment'
[youtube]Cy-KR4jg5v4[/youtube]

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Post by Phil_Giordana_FCD » Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:10 am

Going all nostalgic with Queen's Gimme the Prize:

[youtube]EZQUVZKrH3I[/youtube]

Tidbit: Clancy Brown (the Kurgan, and one of the most underrated actors ever) is the voice of Captain Crabs in the SpongeBob Squarepants movie.

Don't ask, just don't.

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Post by Phil_Giordana_FCD » Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:14 am

And for metal aficionados, I give you Edge of Sanity's Crimson and Crimson II:

[youtube]St6lJaiHYIc[/youtube]

[youtube]7Xdj1MTQetk[/youtube]

A bit over one hour twenty of greatness.

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Post by Michael K Gray » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:25 am

And now for something completely different:
Some toe-tappin' Nigger-tune Kulture 4 u.
[youtube]UYS1QMorSxg[/youtube]
Errol makes it look easy for the bespectacled privileged white honky crowd.

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Post by Michael K Gray » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:43 am

Michael K Gray wrote:And now for something completely different:
Some toe-tappin' Nigger-tune Kulture 4 u.
Errol makes it look easy for the bespectacled privileged white honky crowd.
Phil might be interested in the 18:40 mark where the keyboard player leads his accompanists a merry dance as to the rhythm, the key, the tempo, that eh alternately teases them to potentially starting and then abandoning.
(Jazz musos will 'get' the joke.)

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Post by cunt » Fri Sep 28, 2012 5:14 pm

Awesome girl covers "You Oughta Know".

[youtube]cTm_Tt79dYQ[/youtube]

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Post by dustbubble » Sat Sep 29, 2012 4:27 am

Being kind of set in my ways, I can't really see past axe-heroes, and the blues.
[youtube]CcwEEu9yF7w[/youtube]
Straight from the Mothership. Beam me up anyday you like.

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Post by Michael K Gray » Sat Sep 29, 2012 4:32 am

For an off-topic link in reference to Beccy's Bulk:
[youtube]bV2tH6QP2w0[/youtube]

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Post by Michael K Gray » Sat Sep 29, 2012 4:48 am

dustbubble wrote:Being kind of set in my ways, I can't really see past axe-heroes, and the blues.
CcwEEu9yF7w
Straight from the Mothership. Beam me up anyday you like.
Henrix lives!

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Post by dustbubble » Sat Sep 29, 2012 5:35 am

Michael K Gray wrote: Henrix lives!
Er, no, unfortunately. He's already over the rainbow bridge with jimi. Crimbo '92.

When you state "Raw cookie dough can be moulded into any rigid con-tainer", I have to say that such a prospect is hateful to me.
It has to be like a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag, fast and bulbous. Got me?
[youtube]OYSJ2PYrpzA[/youtube]

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Post by Michael K Gray » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:31 am

dustbubble wrote:
Michael K Gray wrote: Henrix lives!
Er, no, unfortunately. He's already over the rainbow bridge with jimi. Crimbo '92.

When you state "Raw cookie dough can be moulded into any rigid con-tainer", I have to say that such a prospect is hateful to me.
It has to be like a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag, fast and bulbous. Got me?
Congrats on that awesome vid!
Oh the memories.
Her skin is as smooth as a daisy
In the centre where the sun shines, uh
What were you saying about Saint Beccy?
Beefheart, oh Captain Beefheart: Why did thee foresake we so cruelly?
The kids of today listen to their bland manufactured-pop-shitsickles and know nothing of the genius of Beefheart, nor Zappa, nor Bonzo-Dog-Doo-Dah-Band.

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Post by The Pelagic Argosy » Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:30 pm

Two tracks by krautrockers Neu! From the 1973 album Neu! 2. Still fresh.

[youtube]5KtwEIEYhLw[/youtube]

[youtube]Oy5A7fOY0MA[/youtube]

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Post by TheMan » Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:26 pm

some OI! is required I think....

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Post by Phil_Giordana_FCD » Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:11 am

TheMan wrote:some OI! is required I think....

[youtube]
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[youtube]2GQMIXGRjaw[/youtube]

FTFY

Although the Oi! movement has had a bad rep in France, probably due to misunderstandings.

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Post by TheMan » Thu Oct 04, 2012 8:45 pm

What did I do wrong?....Ahh ok I know what I did wrong...thanks for fixing that....

Yes...the origins of OI! is much different to how it ended up a few years later.

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Post by Git » Fri Oct 05, 2012 4:31 am

A spot of Metal for Friday:

[youtube]jAnXWeCgkEw[/youtube]

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Post by TheMan » Tue Oct 16, 2012 8:37 pm

This group keep messing with my head....

Die Antwood

[youtube]AIXUgtNC4Kc[/youtube]

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Post by Michael K Gray » Wed Oct 17, 2012 12:23 am

Boring Song
[youtube]opmkFdMyiTc[/youtube]

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