Τρικυμία - Ευοί Ευάν - Το Τέλος Θα Ναι Πάλι Αρχή (CD, Album)

Everything's a little more stripped-down here, possibly due to having a central band, but it's still all very lushly arranged and created, perfectly balancing force and restraint. Leadoff single "Celebrity Lifestyle" is one of the catchiest things the band has ever done, but it's still uniquely Swans -- a minimal, throbbing song matched with a sharp lyric on starlust and what it might mean.

This is followed immediately by the sweeping, cinematic "Warm," where she contributes wordless vocals. Once again, Swans have created an epic, incredible work of art. One of the few remaining pieces of the digipacked and remastered re-issue puzzle, 's "The Great Annihilator" is reclaimed from Invisible Records for Michael Gira's own Young God Records. Many of "TGA"'s songs delve into a darker and grittier sound but also maintain melody, mixed moods and brevity. Tenderness is a distinctive trait of "Blood Promise", "Warm", "Killing For Company" and "Mother's Milk", the last of which features an especially bittersweet vocal by Jarboe.

Lyrical themes follow Gira's ever-present obsessions with the eternally entangled dualities of life and death, love and hate, mind and body, man and "God", etc.

The title track embraces Stephen Hawking's theory of an omnivorous, universe destroying black hole - science's embodiment of God, perhaps. Near the end Gira invitingly sings "come on in and come inside" in harmony with the title and Jarboe's backing over a spiraling mass of percussion laden rock, perfectly evoking the very nature of said sucker.

No matter. The story of Mecano starts with a painting, made in by founder Dirk Polak after finding an old booklet belonging to a Meccano construction box, as fabricated and sold in the thirties. While scanning the booklet, Dirk was struck by a vision of a world built out of Meccano, in painting, sculpture and even lyrics and music. In the years before Lego existed, Meccano was very popular amongst parents, as they believed that Meccano was not just a toy, but an educative tool for schoolboys with technical abilities.

An average box consisted of iron strips, wheels and plates with holes in it, based upon half an inch distance in between. The examples in the instruction booklet set Dirk to paint his Meccano figures, surrounded by surrealistic landscapes and interiors. But Dirk wanted a real band and so he asked Ton Lebbink to be the drummer.

Ton, who was a bouncer at Paradiso in Amsterdam and thus knowing everbody on the scene, immediately introduced the brothers Tejo and Cor Bolten, who also worked at Paradiso, Tejo as floor-manager and Cor, who was a bouncer too and were standing right next to him as he spoke and the band was formed in the blink of an eye.

Another advantage of Ton and the Bolten brothers, beside their musical abilities, was that they had unlimited acces to Paradiso, the best rehearsing place a band could think of and they started experimenting and putting the music together, mainly based on the ideas of Dirk and the Bolten brothers. Thanks Mystery Poster and Friends. Tuesday, January 30, 17 Pygmies - - Hatikva. Drucker was an art student who first came to most people's notice as a founding member of Savage Republic.

The band was initially musically primitive, with frequently out-of-tune instruments backed by percussion as simple as Drucker pounding on a gallon oil drum, but there were hints of Greek and Middle Eastern music in their sound. As the band matured, these elements became more pronounced, but so did the rivalry between guitarist Bruce Licher and Drucker over who was in charge of the band.

A close associate remembers that virtually every rehearsal ended with a bitter argument, or at least with one member of the band sulking in a corner somewhere.

The release of the Hatikva EP in showed that the new band was vastly more sophisticated than the old and gave a strong clue regarding the source of the more interesting elements in Savage Republic's sound. The Middle Eastern stylings on Hatikva are much more pronounced, and both the songs and arrangements are much more sophisticated.

Seventeen Pygmies released two more full-length records, Captured in Ice and Jedda by the Sea, which gradually moved away from the folk influences and toward a soft, distanced, and melancholy sound. Only a thousand copies were originally pressed, but it was reissued by an Italian label. Trouser Press Hatikva was 17 Pygmies' first release.

It came out on Resistance label RR , in , in a limited edition of copies. It's the rare points of elegant beauty, however, like the instrumental "Rose Garden for Saadi " which are reminiscent of a song like "Kristalnacht" from Welcome, and perhaps it was the reception of a strong track like this which made him reconsider the 17 Pygmies thing. I'm glad he did. Songs like the simple guitar and vocal "Cras Amet" or the instrumental piano melody of "Ubi Sunt?

The vocals of the song "Lotus" are buried deep in echoes and reverb while prominent beats like some of the best Scala music from the '90s. Packaged in a very Constellation Records-looking earthy gatefold cardboard sleeve, 13 Blackbirds is packaged with 13 Lotus, a CD of 13 remixes and reinventions of the song Lotus by various artists. It's filled with a couple beat-friendly takes, like the "Bum 'n Bass Drop" version by Freakshot and the hip-hop "Notorious P.

It's a complete contrast to 13 Blackbirds but nothing is surprising me about 17 Pygmies now that they've surprised us all by their return. I'm excited that 17 Pygmies have returned. The payoff here I feel is far more enjoyable, however.

If anybody's wondering where Debbie Spinelli ended up, her creepy group the Spirit Girls also have a release on the Trakwerx label. Of course, you could always try digging around auction websites for this stuff but with the recently re-sparked interest in Savage Republic, the competition for this stuff will be fierce.

With any luck 17 Pygmies are forming some sort of live ensemble, and in the age of myspace, they seem quite approachable and amicable, so a letter campaign to them probably can't hurt. Written by Jon Whitney. Outlaw Song For Heaven's Sake Black Bush Sinnerman Blessed Persistance Clogger Single Girl My Narrow Mind Splinters Brimstone Rock Sac of Religion Poor Mouth Heel on the Shovel ripped kbps with cd covers enjoy! Medusa Cyclone - - Medusa Cyclone. Although Manta Ray Fleet worked in small runs of about , the label enjoyed a strong following in the lofi underground of the early s.

A self-titled CD Medusa Cyclone--soon followed to considerable critical acclaim. Standout tracks included: Chemical-a lethal sonic mix of Can, Faust and Wire, Dream House-a seductive narcotic from the same planet as Syd Barrett, and Helium Head, a sonic vortex leading to another dimension. Medusa Cyclones shows during this time could best be described as an echocharged sonic assault taking the audience to the world beyond beyond.

A second CD, Mr. Devil, was released in The album was a full dose of sonic madness and included The Smith Can the Devils spawn of trance rock, End Cloud an underwater dream on a 90 degree summer day and Invisible World a Japanese gamelan-influenced gem blurring the line between time and space. During this period, things were looking good. It was especially popular in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. But when NATO began its security action against the Milosovic regime, airplay stopped after a government takeover of the national public radio station.

Three years have passed since Mr. Devil and much has changed for Medusa Cyclone. Still, one thing that hasnt has been McDonalds need to dream another record. The result is nothing less than Medusa Cyclone's best record yet. Cigarette Motel 2. She's Looking At You 3. A Drunker Version Of You 4. Black 5. What Cissy Said 6.

With Dr. So Fucked Up 9. Temporal Slut Sue Wants To Sleep The Worst Any Old Time Dude The Cat I Love You Dream Until You're Sore Submariney Relapse, Recover Fuck You, God! Gas, Grass Or Ass Bob Hope Rock 'N' Roll Murder Kids Wanna Know Ice Cream Truck Osmosis Fortunately, for 18 years, L. Hey, he was doing that long before it became fashionable before Sebadoh and GBV even formed , without ever resorting to lo-fi home studio production.

Every Trains record has sounded loud, not cheap! This collection leaves today's legions of smug and ironic, or most of all horribly insular, one-dimensional bands gasping in the restrictive boxes they've nailed themselves into.

Thus, now is a good time for a Trains overview -- a smart idea for a hit-and-miss band, too. There's not a boring minute on this extended-length, cut CD. Perhaps a case can be made that two dozen tracks are AWOL, but FMS heads for the songs that smack one silly in adrenaline rush and pent-up pounding.

In your face? You betcha! In short, Moreland wants to mess with you, because he thinks rock is a challenge, an incitement, a need to get wild and free, not a polite party or a postmodern reflection.

This CD is the best evidence that Leaving Trains would gladly destroy your party instead, with the sheer force of brash, soul, chops, and attitude, and they won't wait around for your gratitude.

You get inspiration from all kinds of things. Rock'n'roll in general. Falling Right Down's tonal palette was dominated by Lilja's lacerating fuzztone a Fitta Fuzz pedal on the band's first album , throaty tenor, and Wind's piercing Farfisa.

The propulsive drive of the album is unrelenting, even when the band attempts to swing, as it does on the album's closer, "Memories. If the album's production suffers from an almost complete lack of bottom and the sheer energy of the songs takes a few listenings to keep everything straight, Falling Right Down is nevertheless an exhilarating CD.

Lilja's fuzz is skin-flayingly hot and his vocal is vintage garage, but the band brought a new intensity and a few modern touches to the material. The album's sound is as refreshing as it is effortlessly classic. With Captain of My Ship, the band's sophomore effort and it's last album with bassist Peter Kalin who has recently replaced by Dimberg , expanded the band's sound and added much-needed bottom to the album's mix.

More melodic if less intense, Captain's diversity points to bigger things. The band doesn't know which CD it likes better. You don't wear the same clothes every single day do you? If you feel for some straight, simple garage, you listen to the first one. And if you're in some strange fucking mood, and you want a mix of our personal influences pick up the second one. Captain is warmer and less abrasive than it's predecessor, but for all its supposed blend of the band's influences, it's not that different from Falling Right Down.

Which is a little like being not all that different from Michael Jordan on a basketball court. Still, there are worries that the band could start belching stale air if it keeps up this garage thing. This is after all. Maybe get psychedelic? Or maybe we'll write a good piece of rock-opera. He he. Head Candy - - Starcaster Head Candy - - Starcaster First and, unfortunately, last album from an incredible Iowa quartet that traded in medium-loud, complex guitar rocka la Television or Dumptruck.

Almost psychedelic in its shifting textures and lyrical imagery, but always melodic, this is an important album. With guitarists Mike Sangster and Doug Roberson coming from two such bands, the Hollowmen and the Dangtrippers respectively, Head Candy is poised to carry on the tradition. Sangster's vocals oscillate between an uneasy tension and a mellow smoothness in much the same way that Head Candy's songs reflect both a world-weary callousness and a vulnerable sweetness.

Witness the brash groove of the opening cut "Soul Grinder" segued into catchy riffs embedded in "In The Night Kitchen. Every sound falls neatly into place without being jelled into a sticky gloss, creating a steadfast sound throughout. Start with the afore-mentioned two cuts, and move along to the frail melodies and lyrics of "Part Of The Earth," the sinister jangle of "Watching The Sun's Trail," the jagged melodies of "Rocket Transfer Warehouse" and the delicate instrumental "Invitation To A Beheading.

Why it went unnoticed, is beyond the knowledge of God or even Captain Beefheart. Soul Grinder 2. In The Night Kitchen 3. At The Controls 4. Words To Live By 5. Part Of The Earth 6. Watching The Suns Trail 7. Sideways Laughing 8. Mona Lisa Overdrive 9. Rocket Transfer Warehouse Invitation To A Beheading Black Spirits And White Take an unforgettable voyage with Argile - an evolving work-in-progress music project that has the feel of a live concert! Get on the bus! Musicians Sona Diabate - leadvocals 2,3,4,5,6 - acc.

They were based in Leicester, and consisted of the core members Alan Jenkins guitars and singing , Sherree Lawrence organ and other keyboards , and Mick Bunnage bass guitar. The band had two different drummers over the years: Graham Summers and Pete Gregory. The band released 10 albums during their existence on their own Cordelia Records label. Favoured lyrical concerns included animal rights, conformity, and science fiction.

Alan Jenkins was also a member of The Chrysanthemums in the late 's, and joined up with members of Po! He has played guitar with The Thurston Lava Tube since Randy California Randy California - - Kapt. Kopter and the Fabulous Twirly Birds. Randy was born into a musical family in Los Angeles, and spent his early years studying varied styles at the family's Hollywood nightclub, the Ash Grove.

He was fifteen years old when they moved to New York and he met Jimi Hendrix in The stage name "Randy California" was given to him by Hendrix to distinguish him from another Randy in the band who Hendrix dubbed "Randy Texas". When Hendrix was invited to come to England by Chas Chandler, Randy was not allowed to go by his parents and so missed out on what became the Jimi Hendrix Experience. The band's music still stands as a unique sound mixing ethereal notes, hard beats, and a satirical view of the world.

Randy California left Spirit in to begin a solo career, but periodically returned to various reincarnations of the group over the years until he was lost in the ocean January 2, while rescuing his twelve-year-old son from a rip current near their home at Molokai, Hawaii.

Minimal Compact - - Deadly Weapons 1. Next One Is Real 2. Losing Track Of Time 3. Well 4. There's Always Now 5. Nada 6. Not Knowing 7. Deadly Weapons 8. Burnt-Out Hotel 9. Howling Hole Next One Is Real Not Knowing Remix Babylonian Tower Remix Hole Version Accidental Remix Between its foundation in and its dissolution seven years later, Minimal Compact played a crucial role in the European rock scene.

Malka Spigel bass, vocals , Samy Birnbach vocals, texts and Berry Sakharof guitars, keyboards, vocals left their native Tel-Aviv in for Amsterdam in search of an escape from the provincial attitudes of their own city. Of the trio, only Berry was a "real" musician. Malka was "learning to play the bass", while Samy was better known as a DJ and a music fan who dabbled in poetry. They recorded a 2-song demo at home, and consequently become one of the very first artists signed to the Belgian Crammed label.

During the recording for a speculative 7" in a little studio in the Belgian countryside, it became quickly evident that the trio had hit upon something worthy of development and a their first, self-titled, mini album was the fruit of this.

Their burgeoning style was a heavily Middle-Eastern coloured brand of post New Wave , based on driving rhythms, scratchy guitars and their own very un- "Anglo-American" style of vocalisation. In this way they both prefigured "indie-dance" and later fascinations with so called "world music". One by One, the second album, was recorded in London in , and like it's predecessor co-produced by Dick Polak from Dutch band Mecano and Crammed supremo Marc Hollander.

With this release Minimal Compact had become a "real band" with the adddition of the native Amsterdammer Max Franken on drums. Now Minimal could play live, this was to prove a strong element in their career. As Minimal began to tour more extensively they went from strength to strength as a live band and could certainly rock any house!!

Deadly Weapons , produced by Gilles Martin and Peter Principle dates from and is considered by some their most experimental album. Nonetheless it threw up a "club classic" of the time in the shape of "Next One Is Real" famously remixed by Dick O'Dell, one time boss of the Guerilla label. The sleeve was by Neville Brody.

Fortis had previously collaborated with Malka on their 7 codes tape a low-fi home tape effort which had done nicely in the indie shops in Amsterdam. Touring by this point took them further and further afield, everywhere from Palermo to Kyoto fell to their conquest although typically for the time British success was limited to an NME single of the week and a John Peel session.

Raging Souls was released in The touring continued but their goal of following up their record success in the USA was never acheived as several planned tours were cancelled because the US immigration authorities refused to grant them visas. Minimal Compact Live was recorded in in Rennes, France, this last album came out after the band split in ' Minimal today Berry Sakharof and Rami Fortis have both returned to Tel Aviv where they have enjoyed huge popularity both together and seperately.

Malka is a partner with Colin Newman in the swim label based in London. She has released several solo albums as well as partnering Newman in Immersion, on his solo albums and on their recent live collaboration. According to legend, Max Franken who never left Amsterdam still plays drums and football!!

Much of his post-Seeds work fit the mold of a curious s relic, a hippie acid casualty with a strong cult following, in the mold of Roky Erickson. Saxon began his career under the name Little Richie Marsh, performing sugary, doo wop-influenced teenage pop in Changing his name to Sky Saxon, he joined two L. Saxon continued to record under the Seeds' name following the group's official dissolution in , releasing a series of singles that increasingly reflected a drug-induced separation from reality.

Saxon, who had not produced any new albums since , returned on the U. Firewall featured guest appearances from members of such California neo-psychedelic bands as the Dream Syndicate, the Plimsouls, the Droogs, and Yard Trauma, demonstrating Saxon's enduring influence and appeal, particularly among that set of musicians. That same year, Saxon recorded a largely unrehearsed live album with Purple Electricity, a one-off project featuring members of Redd Kross and the Primates, entitled Private Party.

Saxon has since returned to Hawaii. Focused on the garage scene of the era U. Pure energy - young, loud and innocent. The cover on 19 is by the now famous Darren Merinuk. Justen O'Brien sings and plays virtually every instrument; "Jake" apparently was the drummer. The album cover makes you think that it might be some sort of gospel album, but the instant you start playing it you'll be plunged into a phased, flanged, reverbed, lo-fi, acid-inflected wonderland of major 7th chords, crooner melodies, cheesy keyboards, and utterly baffling, abstract lyrics about "time," "tears," and the "truth.

This is one of my all-time favorite discoveries. I'd love to hear what you think of it. You may download it here , and I strongly encourage you to! Fire of Love sold extremely well for an independent; it was a favorite of virtually every critic who heard it in Miami showcased a different lineup as well. Ward Dotson replaced Congo Powers temporarily, at least on guitar, and there were a ton of guest performances, including Debbie Harry and Chris Stein.

Stein produced the album. Off the bat the disc suffers from a thin mix. Going for a rougher sound, Stein left the instruments at one level and boosted Pierce's vocal. There is plenty of guitar here, screaming and moping like a drunken orphan from the Texas flatlands, but next to its predecessor it sounds drier and reedier.

Ultimately it hardly matters. Going for a higher, more desolate sound, frontman and slide player Jeffrey Lee Pierce and his band were literally on fire. The songs here, from "Carry Me," "Like Calling Up Thunder," "Devil in the Woods," "Watermelon Man," "Bad Indian," and "Texas Serenade," among others, centered themselves on a mutant form of country music that met the post-punk ethos in the desert, fought and bloodied each other, and decided to stay together.

This is hardcore snake-charming music as in water moccasins not cobras , evil, smoky, brash, and libidinally uttered. Their spooky version of an already creepy tune by Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Run Through the Jungle" runs the gamut from sexual nightmare to voodoo ritual gone awry. Finally, Pierce and company pull out all the roots and reveal them for what they are: "John Hardy," is a squalling punk-blues, with the heart of the country in cardiac arrest.

Miami was given a rough go when it was issued for its production. But in the bird's-eye view of history its songs stack up, track for track, with Fire of Love and continue to echo well into this long good night. After a quick gig or two at the Dive they set about recording their first self-titled Ep released on Voxx Records March which continues to sell to this very day. An article in Vanity Fair magazine in June about the big 60s style resurgence featured a two-page color photo by Mary Ellen Mark, and some copy about the band.

So instead of a press kit, the band showed the mag around town to score some prestigious gigs. By the group had new drummers, bassists, and finally decided to add a lead singer, former Ford model Sharon Middendorf.

Two tours each to Florida and California, a fair amount of US airplay on college stations, and quite a lot of airplay in Europe, especially Greece!? A few months after playing the Mind Circus event at Temple Universty in Philadelphia during spring , the group was disbanded by Dino after certain members failed to commit for the next tour.

Now you can hear all the previous vinyl-only releases along with a couple of previously unreleased studio and live rehearsal cuts combined on a brand new CD release from Tripwave! This is followed immediately by the sweeping, cinematic "Warm," where she contributes wordless vocals. Once again, Swans have created an epic, incredible work of art. One of the few remaining pieces of the digipacked and remastered re-issue puzzle, 's "The Great Annihilator" is reclaimed from Invisible Records for Michael Gira's own Young God Records.

Many of "TGA"'s songs delve into a darker and grittier sound but also maintain melody, mixed moods and brevity. Tenderness is a distinctive trait of "Blood Promise", "Warm", "Killing For Company" and "Mother's Milk", the last of which features an especially bittersweet vocal by Jarboe. Lyrical themes follow Gira's ever-present obsessions with the eternally entangled dualities of life and death, love and hate, mind and body, man and "God", etc.

The title track embraces Stephen Hawking's theory of an omnivorous, universe destroying black hole - science's embodiment of God, perhaps.

Near the end Gira invitingly sings "come on in and come inside" in harmony with the title and Jarboe's backing over a spiraling mass of percussion laden rock, perfectly evoking the very nature of said sucker. No matter. Swans - The Great Annihilator. Labels: 00i00 , S. Labels: D , Roxanne. Labels: A , Lanchester. Labels: A , Roxanne. Labels: C , Lost In Tyme. Labels: Arcadium , B , C.

Labels: by Friends and Visitors of this Blog , innocent76 , M. Labels: A , Rainy Day Sponge. Thanks to the current success of Little Steven's Underground Garage radio show and this collection, these bands will continue to influence a new generation.

But oh, that sound! Their primitive, riff-driven, snarling, snot-nosed take on garage punk became a favorite of area teenagers. All five of the garage rockers slept in their car in an alley next to the studio, while recording the album in LA. When the group played the Whiskey A Go Go, they had to wait outside between sets, as they were too young to be in the club otherwise. Unfortunately, substance abuse problems soon caught up with the group; Gast was asked to leave the group he had helped found, and he was replaced by Tom Ward.

This hodgepodge of demos, live tracks and oddities was hardly a fitting end for such a dynamic group, but it does capture the mayhem of their concert performances. Sadly, Gast—one of the nicest guys you could hope to meet—passed away at his New York home in in Labels: H , Mystery Poster. Labels: M , Rainy Day Sponge. Labels: O , Opa-Loka. The story of Mecano starts with a painting, made in by founder Dirk Polak after finding an old booklet belonging to a Meccano construction box, as fabricated and sold in the thirties.

While scanning the booklet, Dirk was struck by a vision of a world built out of Meccano, in painting, sculpture and even lyrics and music. In the years before Lego existed, Meccano was very popular amongst parents, as they believed that Meccano was not just a toy, but an educative tool for schoolboys with technical abilities. An average box consisted of iron strips, wheels and plates with holes in it, based upon half an inch distance in between.

The examples in the instruction booklet set Dirk to paint his Meccano figures, surrounded by surrealistic landscapes and interiors. But Dirk wanted a real band and so he asked Ton Lebbink to be the drummer. Ton, who was a bouncer at Paradiso in Amsterdam and thus knowing everbody on the scene, immediately introduced the brothers Tejo and Cor Bolten, who also worked at Paradiso, Tejo as floor-manager and Cor, who was a bouncer too and were standing right next to him as he spoke and the band was formed in the blink of an eye.

Another advantage of Ton and the Bolten brothers, beside their musical abilities, was that they had unlimited acces to Paradiso, the best rehearsing place a band could think of and they started experimenting and putting the music together, mainly based on the ideas of Dirk and the Bolten brothers. Thanks Mystery Poster and Friends. Craig Grannell Labels: innocent76 , W. Labels: Mystery Poster. Labels: L , Rainy Day Sponge. Labels: Arcadium , L , M. Musically, the vocals are matched with acoustic guitars and swirling organ which gives a country rock feel that flows easily from full tilt boogie to slow blues.

Labels: F , Lost In Tyme. Labels: G , Rainy Day Sponge. Thursday, April 17, December Louis Tillett's first band, the Wet Taxis, commenced life as an experimental outfit in the manner of fellow Sydneysiders Severed Heads and Scattered Order before taking on a tougher s-influenced direction. Track listing is unknown. The test pressing did not have a listing on the label.

A rough copy of material that appears to have been destined for the album cover does not contain a track listing. Last Time Around Unchain My Heart Rich With Nothing Clock On The Wall Its Gonna Rain Hypnotized In The Past Bucktooth Gobbler After the Vietnam Veterans Ex-members of the of French Psychedelic legends and a unknown German mod-metal band, the Daisy Chain collaborating once in the studio.

The outcome is one of greatest psych-rock album all time. Budnewski Sunny Sunday M. Enbatta Lumberjack Blues M. Enbatta Beast In Me T. Now, with two albums under its belt, the band seems to be the only one willing to put forth the effort to find a new way to say what's already been said countless times.

There's probably more American influences when it comes to making music. You get inspiration from all kinds of things. Rock'n'roll in general. Falling Right Down's tonal palette was dominated by Lilja's lacerating fuzztone a Fitta Fuzz pedal on the band's first album , throaty tenor, and Wind's piercing Farfisa.

The propulsive drive of the album is unrelenting, even when the band attempts to swing, as it does on the album's closer, "Memories. If the album's production suffers from an almost complete lack of bottom and the sheer energy of the songs takes a few listenings to keep everything straight, Falling Right Down is nevertheless an exhilarating CD.

Lilja's fuzz is skin-flayingly hot and his vocal is vintage garage, but the band brought a new intensity and a few modern touches to the material. The album's sound is as refreshing as it is effortlessly classic. With Captain of My Ship, the band's sophomore effort and it's last album with bassist Peter Kalin who has recently replaced by Dimberg , expanded the band's sound and added much-needed bottom to the album's mix.

More melodic if less intense, Captain's diversity points to bigger things. The band doesn't know which CD it likes better. You don't wear the same clothes every single day do you? If you feel for some straight, simple garage, you listen to the first one. And if you're in some strange fucking mood, and you want a mix of our personal influences pick up the second one. Captain is warmer and less abrasive than it's predecessor, but for all its supposed blend of the band's influences, it's not that different from Falling Right Down.

Which is a little like being not all that different from Michael Jordan on a basketball court. Still, there are worries that the band could start belching stale air if it keeps up this garage thing. This is after all. Maybe get psychedelic? Or maybe we'll write a good piece of rock-opera. He he. Head Candy - - Starcaster Head Candy - - Starcaster First and, unfortunately, last album from an incredible Iowa quartet that traded in medium-loud, complex guitar rocka la Television or Dumptruck.

Almost psychedelic in its shifting textures and lyrical imagery, but always melodic, this is an important album.

With guitarists Mike Sangster and Doug Roberson coming from two such bands, the Hollowmen and the Dangtrippers respectively, Head Candy is poised to carry on the tradition. Sangster's vocals oscillate between an uneasy tension and a mellow smoothness in much the same way that Head Candy's songs reflect both a world-weary callousness and a vulnerable sweetness.

Witness the brash groove of the opening cut "Soul Grinder" segued into catchy riffs embedded in "In The Night Kitchen. Every sound falls neatly into place without being jelled into a sticky gloss, creating a steadfast sound throughout. Start with the afore-mentioned two cuts, and move along to the frail melodies and lyrics of "Part Of The Earth," the sinister jangle of "Watching The Sun's Trail," the jagged melodies of "Rocket Transfer Warehouse" and the delicate instrumental "Invitation To A Beheading.

Why it went unnoticed, is beyond the knowledge of God or even Captain Beefheart. Soul Grinder 2. In The Night Kitchen 3. At The Controls 4. Words To Live By 5. Part Of The Earth 6. Watching The Suns Trail 7. Sideways Laughing 8. Mona Lisa Overdrive 9. Rocket Transfer Warehouse Invitation To A Beheading Black Spirits And White Take an unforgettable voyage with Argile - an evolving work-in-progress music project that has the feel of a live concert!

Get on the bus! Musicians Sona Diabate - leadvocals 2,3,4,5,6 - acc. They were based in Leicester, and consisted of the core members Alan Jenkins guitars and singing , Sherree Lawrence organ and other keyboards , and Mick Bunnage bass guitar.

The band had two different drummers over the years: Graham Summers and Pete Gregory. The band released 10 albums during their existence on their own Cordelia Records label. Favoured lyrical concerns included animal rights, conformity, and science fiction. Alan Jenkins was also a member of The Chrysanthemums in the late 's, and joined up with members of Po! He has played guitar with The Thurston Lava Tube since Randy California Randy California - - Kapt.

Kopter and the Fabulous Twirly Birds. Randy was born into a musical family in Los Angeles, and spent his early years studying varied styles at the family's Hollywood nightclub, the Ash Grove. He was fifteen years old when they moved to New York and he met Jimi Hendrix in The stage name "Randy California" was given to him by Hendrix to distinguish him from another Randy in the band who Hendrix dubbed "Randy Texas".

When Hendrix was invited to come to England by Chas Chandler, Randy was not allowed to go by his parents and so missed out on what became the Jimi Hendrix Experience. The band's music still stands as a unique sound mixing ethereal notes, hard beats, and a satirical view of the world. Randy California left Spirit in to begin a solo career, but periodically returned to various reincarnations of the group over the years until he was lost in the ocean January 2, while rescuing his twelve-year-old son from a rip current near their home at Molokai, Hawaii.

Minimal Compact - - Deadly Weapons 1. Next One Is Real 2. Losing Track Of Time 3. Well 4. There's Always Now 5. Nada 6. Not Knowing 7. Deadly Weapons 8.

Burnt-Out Hotel 9. Howling Hole Next One Is Real Not Knowing Remix Babylonian Tower Remix Hole Version Accidental Remix Between its foundation in and its dissolution seven years later, Minimal Compact played a crucial role in the European rock scene.

Malka Spigel bass, vocals , Samy Birnbach vocals, texts and Berry Sakharof guitars, keyboards, vocals left their native Tel-Aviv in for Amsterdam in search of an escape from the provincial attitudes of their own city. Of the trio, only Berry was a "real" musician. Malka was "learning to play the bass", while Samy was better known as a DJ and a music fan who dabbled in poetry.

They recorded a 2-song demo at home, and consequently become one of the very first artists signed to the Belgian Crammed label. During the recording for a speculative 7" in a little studio in the Belgian countryside, it became quickly evident that the trio had hit upon something worthy of development and a their first, self-titled, mini album was the fruit of this.

Their burgeoning style was a heavily Middle-Eastern coloured brand of post New Wave , based on driving rhythms, scratchy guitars and their own very un- "Anglo-American" style of vocalisation. In this way they both prefigured "indie-dance" and later fascinations with so called "world music". One by One, the second album, was recorded in London in , and like it's predecessor co-produced by Dick Polak from Dutch band Mecano and Crammed supremo Marc Hollander.

With this release Minimal Compact had become a "real band" with the adddition of the native Amsterdammer Max Franken on drums. Now Minimal could play live, this was to prove a strong element in their career.

As Minimal began to tour more extensively they went from strength to strength as a live band and could certainly rock any house!! Deadly Weapons , produced by Gilles Martin and Peter Principle dates from and is considered by some their most experimental album. Nonetheless it threw up a "club classic" of the time in the shape of "Next One Is Real" famously remixed by Dick O'Dell, one time boss of the Guerilla label.

The sleeve was by Neville Brody. Fortis had previously collaborated with Malka on their 7 codes tape a low-fi home tape effort which had done nicely in the indie shops in Amsterdam. Touring by this point took them further and further afield, everywhere from Palermo to Kyoto fell to their conquest although typically for the time British success was limited to an NME single of the week and a John Peel session.

Raging Souls was released in The touring continued but their goal of following up their record success in the USA was never acheived as several planned tours were cancelled because the US immigration authorities refused to grant them visas.

Minimal Compact Live was recorded in in Rennes, France, this last album came out after the band split in ' Minimal today Berry Sakharof and Rami Fortis have both returned to Tel Aviv where they have enjoyed huge popularity both together and seperately.

Malka is a partner with Colin Newman in the swim label based in London. She has released several solo albums as well as partnering Newman in Immersion, on his solo albums and on their recent live collaboration. According to legend, Max Franken who never left Amsterdam still plays drums and football!!

Much of his post-Seeds work fit the mold of a curious s relic, a hippie acid casualty with a strong cult following, in the mold of Roky Erickson.

Saxon began his career under the name Little Richie Marsh, performing sugary, doo wop-influenced teenage pop in Changing his name to Sky Saxon, he joined two L. Saxon continued to record under the Seeds' name following the group's official dissolution in , releasing a series of singles that increasingly reflected a drug-induced separation from reality. Saxon, who had not produced any new albums since , returned on the U. Firewall featured guest appearances from members of such California neo-psychedelic bands as the Dream Syndicate, the Plimsouls, the Droogs, and Yard Trauma, demonstrating Saxon's enduring influence and appeal, particularly among that set of musicians.

That same year, Saxon recorded a largely unrehearsed live album with Purple Electricity, a one-off project featuring members of Redd Kross and the Primates, entitled Private Party. Saxon has since returned to Hawaii. Focused on the garage scene of the era U. Pure energy - young, loud and innocent. The cover on 19 is by the now famous Darren Merinuk. Justen O'Brien sings and plays virtually every instrument; "Jake" apparently was the drummer.

The album cover makes you think that it might be some sort of gospel album, but the instant you start playing it you'll be plunged into a phased, flanged, reverbed, lo-fi, acid-inflected wonderland of major 7th chords, crooner melodies, cheesy keyboards, and utterly baffling, abstract lyrics about "time," "tears," and the "truth.

This is one of my all-time favorite discoveries. I'd love to hear what you think of it. You may download it here , and I strongly encourage you to! Fire of Love sold extremely well for an independent; it was a favorite of virtually every critic who heard it in Miami showcased a different lineup as well. Ward Dotson replaced Congo Powers temporarily, at least on guitar, and there were a ton of guest performances, including Debbie Harry and Chris Stein.

Stein produced the album. Off the bat the disc suffers from a thin mix. Going for a rougher sound, Stein left the instruments at one level and boosted Pierce's vocal. There is plenty of guitar here, screaming and moping like a drunken orphan from the Texas flatlands, but next to its predecessor it sounds drier and reedier. Ultimately it hardly matters. Going for a higher, more desolate sound, frontman and slide player Jeffrey Lee Pierce and his band were literally on fire.

The songs here, from "Carry Me," "Like Calling Up Thunder," "Devil in the Woods," "Watermelon Man," "Bad Indian," and "Texas Serenade," among others, centered themselves on a mutant form of country music that met the post-punk ethos in the desert, fought and bloodied each other, and decided to stay together. This is hardcore snake-charming music as in water moccasins not cobras , evil, smoky, brash, and libidinally uttered. Their spooky version of an already creepy tune by Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Run Through the Jungle" runs the gamut from sexual nightmare to voodoo ritual gone awry.

Finally, Pierce and company pull out all the roots and reveal them for what they are: "John Hardy," is a squalling punk-blues, with the heart of the country in cardiac arrest. Miami was given a rough go when it was issued for its production. But in the bird's-eye view of history its songs stack up, track for track, with Fire of Love and continue to echo well into this long good night. After a quick gig or two at the Dive they set about recording their first self-titled Ep released on Voxx Records March which continues to sell to this very day.

An article in Vanity Fair magazine in June about the big 60s style resurgence featured a two-page color photo by Mary Ellen Mark, and some copy about the band. So instead of a press kit, the band showed the mag around town to score some prestigious gigs. By the group had new drummers, bassists, and finally decided to add a lead singer, former Ford model Sharon Middendorf. Two tours each to Florida and California, a fair amount of US airplay on college stations, and quite a lot of airplay in Europe, especially Greece!?

A few months after playing the Mind Circus event at Temple Universty in Philadelphia during spring , the group was disbanded by Dino after certain members failed to commit for the next tour. Now you can hear all the previous vinyl-only releases along with a couple of previously unreleased studio and live rehearsal cuts combined on a brand new CD release from Tripwave!

The Clique - Vanbrugh Park 1. Ground Ginger 2. Gonna Get Me Somebody 3. Crying Days 4. Sookie Sookie 5. Te Ni Nee Ni Nu 6.

Leaving Here 7. Wormin 8. Im No Good Without You 9. Youd Better Stop Young Man Blues Ground Ginger Formed in the mid 's The Clique soon became the biggest and best loved combo on the European 60's Mod scene. Everything about the band was right - the look, the sound, the attitude and Mods around the globe hailed them as the new Mod Messiahs. Unfortunately, and for reasons that are no longer remembered, the album never saw the light of day - it sat on the shelves at Acid Jazz gathering dust.

Buried Country New York Reel Long Story Frozen Park A Settlers Complaint Downtown The Quality Of A Holiday Centrepoint The Noise Upstairs Better Than Mermaids Hard Hat Nine Iron Know It All Should Be Will Be Committee Of Love Coalface Cool Night Air. The band's second album, Glebe, released later that year, displayed a reggae influence. This was followed by The Bones of Barry Harrison, a compilation of live recordings from to Unfortunately, the overall sound quality on this LP was less than excellent.

Dave Studdert folded the band in but re-emerged a year later with a new Tactics, which retained Angus Douglas and added Nicky Baruch vocals, percussion, flute , Snajik bass , and Tony Donohue drums.

The resulting album, Blue and White Future Whale, had beautiful, vaguely psychedelic cover art but failed yet again to reach a mass audience.

By this time Tactics were closer to the mainstream, but not close enough - Dave Studdert just had art in his blood. Back in his home town, the band which had produced some excellent music but never had any chart success at all was virtually completely forgotten, except for those who were in the right place at the right time, and had the ears to hear. Hunger - - Strictly from.. One of my favourite psychedelic albums ever.

A must to all collectors of 60's psychedelia! Excellent moody garage psych heavier than most organ-led groups with insistent rhythm and frequent fuzz bursts. Quite trippy like a heavier 'swinging London' sound. The test pressing version is included and with different takes, weezy organ and emphasizing the group's dual leads. The album Strictly From Hunger was released in It was to be the only release from the group, as a streak of bad luck broke the band apart.

Unfortunately on two separate occasions their equipment was stolen. The group featured long organ driven instrumental breaks with piercing guitar lines between some strong songwriting in a majority of their songs. They were a very popular group that was rising fast in the California psychedelic scene. By the time it was over they were right on the verge of crossing over to hard rock. Songs like "Workshop," which delves into your thought processes and dreams, I thought, were very introspective and thought provoking, and great musically.

With all of the sound effects which were fairly new at the time and the strong vocal inflections from the pipes of Bill Daffern drums , the song still sounds as hauntingly fresh today as the day it was laid down in the studio. Mike Parkinson normally handled all the vocals. John Morton lead guitar , Steve Hansen rhythm guitar , Tom Tanory bass were the core of the group that supported the great songwriting and vocals. This particular track made me realize that this group would have evolved quite interestingly if they had remained together.

The potential for moving more into fusion was evident in their music right from the start. Every song serves as an excellent example of the cross pollination of genres. They were so much more than the psych-rock band that they were generally perceived as. After the 28th Day, Marquis and Cloward formed the Downsiders, a band that moved along the trails of Marquis songwriting.

Those familiar with 28th Day, will recognise the sense of melody, even if sometimes follows more unconventional ways, the tense in Marquis guitar and vocals, and his psychedelic point of view. On "Pony Made Of Ice", 6 min. In the mid-'90s, Marquis formed the eccentric space pop outfit the Snowmen and continued to release solo efforts edit:take a look at the comments for these.

With two amazing albums on Mammoth Records, culminating with the essential All My Friends Are Fish, and a national influence left in the wake of several cross-country tours, the Downsiders would have most likely risen to the top of the Sub Pop-sparked underground explosion had they lasted even one year more.

Everyone went to every one of their shows--punkers, alterna-kids, hippies, frat dudes and sorority chicks alike packed in tight at Wall Street and the Burro Room waiting for Cole's cue, "And I took a ride! All My Friends Are Fish was recorded on a day when everything clicked, when Cole Marquis was getting maximum mileage from his dead pan voice, when the band was in perfect form and hammering out a wild melange of psychedelia, folk-punk, and pure garage energy.

The musical textures are dazzlingly varied, from the poppy "I Wanna Drive" and menacing hard rock of "Old Black Crow" to numbers that are wildly experimental. The extended intro to "Feet of Clay has a bizarre mix of fuzzed out bass, acoustic guitar, and frantic drumming that sounds like a folk band trying to invent speed metal. Tony Scott - Music For Zen Meditation Since leaving New York in , Tony Scott a top bebop-oriented clarinetist has been an eager world traveler who enjoys exploring the folk music of other countries.

Osjan is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating bands on the Polish stage. Formed 28 years ago, they still remain part of the underground. They play concerts infrequently and rarely release records. Osjan's work can be described as an original synthesis of many traditions and music cultures. The group's strength lies in its enormous musical imagination, creativity and genuine message. The musicians have never attached importance to their public image. Osjan is surrounded by a mysterious aura, and facts about the band's activities merge with legend.

The history of Osjan dates back to the s and Crocow's musical circles grouped around the Piwnica pod Baranami club, then the center of Cracow's artists and counterculture.

At that time Jacek Ostaszewski, a well-known jazz double bass player, and guitarist Marek Jackowski, both from the band Anawa, decided to start a new project. The group's early rehearsals took place in many different places, most often hotel rooms.

The band used to regularly perform with Black Horse Cheavers, a Cherokee shaman. However, it is not the musicians, but the search for their own artistic expression that explains the Osjan phenomenon.

In the s, in an atmosphere ruled by banal rock on the one hand and complicated jazz structures on the other, Osjan looked for a different way, for a simplified form of expression: "For example, we would play for half an hour on two or three notes," remembers Ostaszewski.

The group used various elements of traditional Balkan, African, Slavic and Indian music and managed to combine them with free jazz and European classical music. An important influence on shaping the group's musical image were concerts with Don Cherry, as well as inspiration from Zen Buddhism.

Osjan belongs to the small circle of performers who have developed their own original style. The group's compositions, labeled as ethnic music, world music, and so on, reveal the extent of its members' musical quest, as do their performances.

For them, playing music together is a form of communication and constant dialogue between themselves and the audience. That is why concerts, when they do happen, are so important to them-there is a dialogue between Waglewski's guitar and Nowakowski's drums, Ostaszewski's flutes and Kurtis's percussion, but the freedom of improvisation does not destroy the overall structure of the concert.

No wonder then that Osjan's rich experience was emvulated by other performers, for example, Maanam a group formed by Jackowski and Kurtis in its early days and Voo Voo, another unique Polish rock band, headed by Waglewski. Osjan's musicians call the time between the mids and mids a long "hibernation period," as they were occupied with their own activities-teaching, running workshops and carrying out their own musical, and in the case of Nowakowski, literary, projects.

But this did not have a negative influence on the group: "Last year we did a concert tour called Jam Osjan which resulted in a documentary by Andrzej Titkow," says Kurtis.

They're the new generation of Osjan fans. None of the big record companies were willing to put out Roots," remembers Kurtis. Concerts scheduled for the fall will probably prove that Osjan deserves its place at the forefront of Polish independent groups. Wojtek Waglewski - gitara 12 strunowa, sanza, voc. The son of America's most celebrated songwriter, Carmichael conceived a special devoted to reintroducing a new generation to his father's children's record Hoagy Carmichael's Having a Party.

Introduced to a jazz fusion band named the Stark Reality, who'd recorded music for WGBH in the past, he allowed group leader Monty Stark the chance to re-harmonize and re-imagine the compositions of Carmichael Sr. The results were less Electric Company and more Magic Band, though it appeared on the record shelves through AJP with a minimum of fuss. Stark Reality appear not as an in-the-pocket funk band or agitated soul shouters, but as a group supremely talented at late-'60s fusion: half jazz-rock and half acid rock.

Although a Hoagy Carmichael children's record from certainly has a low potential for reimagined flights of distorted frenzy, bandleader Monty Stark forced each of these compositions through extensive reharmonization, bringing them to the turned-on generation and, thus, making them sound hardly dated at all at least, in The Stark Reality are most reminiscent of Larry Coryell or the early Soft Machine; they state a bizarre, barely tuneful theme, then spend a period of time making that theme sensible to listeners, and often insanely catchy, by improvising on it extensively -- worrying it to death with fuzztone guitar, distorted vibraphone, and nimble, scaling basswork.

Stark's vocals, which only come in occasionally, are of the psychedelic hillbilly variety, a monotoned parody of his Oklahoma accent singing of the months in the year, cooking, making friends, and on the highlight "Rocket Ship," a ride into space.

Those who know the majority of the album's songs from the CD will be surprised to find a brief punk song and two and a half minutes of silence on the album, but once you're used to them they make perfect sense and add immeasurably to the depth of the record. It's notable that amidst all of the despair here, both sides open with the most joyous songs you'll ever hear. Everyone reading this needs to hear both Trimble albums.

After the departure of Summers and the acquisition of replacement Pete Gregory, the lineup remained until their breakup in Leader Jenkins who was also involved with the Chrysanthemums and Ruth's Refrigerator during the existence of his primary band continued afterwards in the Creams and the Thurston Lava Tube. All of Deep Freeze Mice's records were released in small quantities through the band's labels, Mole Embalming and Cordelia. Labelisation in Separation in As much to say that the hour of glory of Fooz will particularly quickly have been passed… One dared more nothing to hope of this Spanish quartet after unexpected Split the day before their European round , which was judicious to support their first homonymous album left one year earlier at quite as Spanish label Alone Records.

And yet, in , Fooz is reproduced indeed on the list of the artists Alone Records. By which miracle? None… It is right which the group, undoubtedly corroded by the remord to have left its supporters on their hunger, had the idea to carry out a EP joining together 6 acoustic titles. The principal explanation to this phenomenon lies in the eclecticism of Fooz II, which ignites gradually and intermittently while opening and being completed by quiet accoustics, to leave place, the air of nothing, with interludes much more electric with the riffs more fuzzy and psychedelic, often marked by a rather strong tendency to space… jam, the whole is not without pointing out the style of Dutch feus 7zuma7, which them also gave in scrapes dries besides.

This pretty wafer, by its diversity, should fill as well the beginner as the amateur of space rock'n'roll. In 16 titles, it will completely summarize with the beginner the multiple variations which this musical style can take; while it will be satisfied to recall them to the amateur, under their best day which more is… Fooz ll - space is dark… it is so endless in three words: simple, planing, sinusoidal. Guitarist Jesus Acedo summons up inspiration from influences like the Grateful Dead, Captain Beefheart and John Fahey, leading his band through a series of fascinating, atmospheric compositions, all of which fall somewhere between the psychedelic and the mystic.

The instruments come at ya with these notes that look like peacock feathers, but feel more like whale bones when they hit. Its extraordinary qualities led Acedo to sign a five-year contract with England's Reckless Records, and in the label released "Black Sun Ensemble" , "Lambent Flame" and "Elemental Forces" These records were a critical and commercial success.

At the time, Offbeat exclaimed that BSE was "possibly, the world's coolest band. The second side was a magical suite of mostly acoustic pieces that presaged the extensive title track of the later "Sky Pilot" CD.

The inexorable weight of personnel changes, drugs and unexpected success eventually unbalanced Acedo's mental stability. He was diagnosed with schizophrenia in and spent the next two years in and out of local hospitals.

This record was remixed and remastered in for Camera Obscura Records. The results were issued as "Sky Pilot" in , which also included rare Black Sun singles tracks and a brand new minute work called "Sky Pilot Suite". The Ensemble began playing regular gigs, impressing a whole new generation of listeners.

News of Black Sun's return to the stage was appreciated by grunge-rock legend Mark Arm of Mudhoney, who engineered a shared performance at Tucson's Club Congress in early In February , Camera Obscura reissued the debut Black Sun Ensemble recording from , again to extraordinary reviews. On the wave of recent success, Acedo has brought himself back from madness, poverty and potential obscurity. He is now recapturing his old fire by re-inventing himself, and is working to re-establish his rightful place as one of the key guitarists of our time.

The release, celebrating the band's 20th anniversary, was met with excitement from fans all over the world. Public Nuisance - Gotta Survive Public Nuisance was, until the early s, unknown to all but the most fervent s garage rock fanatics, mostly for the very good reason that they never released a record.

It was reissued in by the french label New Rose. They reunited in In their website they're announcing a new record end of which apparently never came out.

Παρουσιάζω σήμερα το ΠΙΟ καινούργιο κήρυγμα-μήνυμα του Γέροντα Ελπίδιου προς τα πνευματικά του παιδιά, που ΚΑΙ αυτό παρουσιάζει (και πώς θα μπορούσε να ’ναι το .

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