October 2011 - It Rock And Roll
 

Month: October 2011

1. Captain Beefheart – Floppy Boot Stomp
2. Man Man – Steak Knife
3. The Horrible Crowes – Marry Ann
4. Jack Kerouac – McDougal Street Blues
5. Southside Johnny – Down Down Down
6. Beirut – Payne’s Bay
7. Howlin’ Wolf – I Asked for Water (She Gave Me  Gasoline)
8. Harry Partch – Ring Around the World:Phase One
9. William Elliot Whitmore – Not Feeling Any Pain
10. John Brim – Ice Cream Man
11. Jesca Hoop – City Bird
12. Califone – Salt
13. Johnny Dowd – Easy Money
14. Frank Sinatra – One for My Baby (And One…)
15. The Low Anthem – Home I’ll Never Be

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The long awaited release of the Brian Wilson and Beach Boys masterpiece, Smile Sessions. With the full participation of original Beach Boys Al Jardine, Mike
Love, and Brian Wilson, Capitol/EMI has, for the first time, collected and compiled the band’s legendary 1966-’67 sessions for the never-completed SMiLE album. Rolling Stone magazine recently called SMiLE the most famous unfinished album in rock & roll history.”In several sessions between the summer of 1966 and early 1967, The Beach Boys recorded a bounty of songs and drafts for an album, SMiLE, that was intended to follow the band’s 1966 album, Pet Sounds. The master tapes were ultimately shelved, and The Beach Boys’ SMiLE has never been released. Drawn from the original masters, SMiLE Sessions presents an in-depth overview of The Beach Boys’ recording sessions for the enigmatic album, which has achieved legendary, mythical status for music fans around the world.

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Ozric Tentacles are simply put, legends of the UK underground. Inspired by a myriad of musical genres and musicians from Kraut-rockers KRAAN to guitar maestro Steve VAI, from ethnic Arabic to electronic techno, from HENDRIX to HILLAGE. OZRIC TENTACLES’ music is a fusion of sounds, styles and genres that cannot be categorized nor plagiarized, such is its complexity.

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Formed by British guitarist and songwriter Kim Simmonds in 1966, Savoy Brown’s fusion of blues, rock, and jazz music was revolutionary for late-1960s England. Savoy Brown would release an amazing string of critically-acclaimed, commercially-successful albums including 1969’s Blue Matter and A Step Further; 1970’s Raw Sienna and Looking In; 1971’s Street Corner Talkin’; and 1972’s classic Hellbound Train.Savoy Brown return to the trenches on November 8, 2011 with the Ruf Records release of the band’s new album, Voodoo Moon. Savoy Brown will celebrate its 45th anniversary this year.Voodoo Moon features nine new original songs, and was primarily recorded at Simmonds’ White Cottage Studio in upstate New York, and completed at the nearby SubCat studio.

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The title makes plain the intention of Paul Simon on this 2011 double-disc set: the focus is not on the hits but the songs, to the extent that his most famous song is not performed either by him solo or with Art Garfunkel, it is sung by Aretha Franklin, a selection that suggests this compilation will be more idiosyncratic than it is. Many of the songs that are Simon’s solo staples — “Mother and Child Reunion,” “Kodachrome,” “American Tune,” “Late in the Evening,” “Still Crazy After All These Years,” “Graceland,” “The Boy in the Bubble” — are here, enough to almost camouflage the big songs that are missing in action, including “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,” “Duncan,” “Slip Slidin’ Away,” and “You Can Call Me Al.” All these are casualties of a concept that allows for Simon to spend the entirety of the second disc on albums released since 1990, a move that fits the aesthetic — there’s no dip in quality — but is sure to disgruntle listeners who only want the songs they know by heart. But there are plenty of compilations for those kind of fans; for listeners who want to get a strong overview of Simon the writer, containing many but not all of his best songs, Songwriter is a solid choice.

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For all of the music fans out there who know that you haven t truly experienced an artist until you ve experienced them LIVE. That s why we created the Setlist Series. We’ve fished through hundreds of live tracks from all different shows and eras – not just the hits, but the life-changing songs, fan favorites, and gems from the vault – and put them together to make the quintessential live collection from your favorite artists. Because the perfect Setlist is more than great songs… it’s songs that are great Live. Every Setlist track has been beautifully remastered, with a sound quality that feels just like you re sitting in the front row. …So take your seat, settle in, crank it up and get ready for a live concert experience you ll never forget.

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The Goat Rodeo Sessions, a landmark album project by four of the great instrumentalists in music today.  The album uniquely showcases cellist Yo-Yo Ma, bassist Edgar Meyer, mandolinist Chris Thile and fiddler Stuart Duncan. While each musician is a renowned superstar in his own music sphere, they have come together now as a unified ensemble on a most remarkable and organic cross-genre project stemming from their friendship, and the title concept.

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In 2002, this legendary band formed their own label, Hot Tomato Records, ostensibly to release a series of what might best be described as official bootlegs. Now comes 40 Feat, a thrilling, supercharged dip into the best of Little Feat’s own live recordings. From ‘The Fan’ and ‘Crack In Your Door’, recorded in Houston in 1971 with the original quartet through to ‘Roll Um Easy’ and ‘Down On The Farm’, recorded in 2004 (from Barnstormin’ Live Volumes 1 & 2), this three-disc set rattles off one Little Feat classic after another, including Bonnie Raitt guesting on a 1973 version of ‘Sailin’ Shoes’ and Lowell George’s solo demo of ‘Trouble’.

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“Downstream”, the new Sniff’n’The Tears album, is their first since 2000’s “Underground”. Joining Paul Roberts are original guitarist Les Davidson and bass player Nick South, plus drummer Richard Marcangelo who played on the 1982 album “The Game’s Up” and Robin Langridge on keyboards. Robin played on “Underground” and Paul’s two 1980’s solo albums. Also featured on accordion and piano is Paul’s daughter Caitlin.

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01 – Sax Instrumental #1 – (3.34) CD Single “Back On Top”, 1999
02 – Scandinavia – (6.38) Beautiful Vision, 1982
03 – Connswater – (4.09) Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1983
04 – Celtic Swing – (5.03) Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1983
05 – Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart #1 – (4.53) Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1983
06 – September Night – (5.16) Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1983
07 – Evening Meditation – (4.13) Sense Of Wonder,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1985
08 – Boffyflow & Spike – (3.06) Sense Of Wonder,(SHM) Japanese Remasters 1985
09 – Spanish Steps – (5.20) Poetic Champions Compose, 1987
10 – Celtic Excavation – (3.17) Poetic Champions Compose, 1987
11 – Allow Me – (3.53) Poetic Champions Compose, 1987
12 – Close Enough For Jazz – (2.40) Too Long In Exile, 1993
13 – Yo – (2.48) CD Single, “Days Like This”, 1995
14 – Caladonia Soul Music – (16.25) Van Morrison (unreleaesed 1971)

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Tracklist:
01. Tongue (with Levon Helm)
02. Ride On Out A Ways (with John Hiatt)
03. Bring It With You When You Come (with Levon Helm)
04. Blue Is Fallin’ (with Tim O’Brien)
05. You Don’t Wanna Make Me Mad (with Dr. John)
06. Diggin’ In The Deep Blue Sea (with Keb’ Mo’)
07. The Long Goodbye (with Los Lobos)
08. Old Neighborhood (with Widespread Panic)
09. It’s Just A Matter Of Time (with Linda Ronstadt)
10. Lookout Mountain Girl (with Vince Gill)
11. Use Me

Flac | 281 MB | WU | FSo | ES

For Jonathan Segal’s new movie, Norman, the director tapped looping violinist extraordinaire and indie singer-songwriter Andrew Bird to create the soundtrack. One of the publicity blurbs describes Norman as a movie about “a self-aware and darkly funny teen,” which could mean the music goes with either an introspective hipster vibe or angst-ridden hard pop/metal. Given that Bird is the composer, we get the former, with a number of typically mellow and beautiful Bird folk/rock/pop tunes on here, the standouts being the acoustic and impassioned “Night Sky” and the electrically charged rocker “Darkmatter”. Additionally, there are a few choice outside contributions from the likes of The Blow and Wolf Parade.

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