The READIN Family Album
Adamastor, by Júlio Vaz Júnior

READIN

Jeremy's journal

A willingness to let things wash over you can be the difference between sublimity and seasickness.

Garth Risk Hallberg


(This is a subset of my posts)
Front page
More posts about Music

Archives index
Subscribe to RSS
Follow on Facebook
Follow video posts

This page renders best in Firefox (or Safari, or Chrome)

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Let's Listen to

Two songs.

You're welcome.

posted evening of March 16th, 2012: Respond
➳ More posts about Music

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Late Night

Hey, this is a nice find! Some random poking around YouTube and I stumbled on this early recording of "Candy and a Currant Bun"... Following on some discussion in the comments there leads me to Harvested Records and a bootleg bonanza! "What Syd Wants" is recordings of 1967 gigs in Copenhagen and Rotterdam, and is only a small bit of what they've catalogued there. You can download the media tracks for it at Guitars 101. Some bizarre, some great, a couple of throw-away tracks.

Wow... 13 minutes of "Interstellar Overdrive"...

posted evening of August 22nd, 2011: Respond

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

Minds shot together

Listen to the song available on this page, while looking at the image on this page. Fun, right?

(Thanks to a couple of people on the Fegmaniax list...)

posted evening of December 13th, 2008: Respond
➳ More posts about Pretty Pictures

Friday, June first, 2007

Games for May

Last night I downloaded and listened to Robyn Hitchcock's Games for May concert from last week -- the first set was a recreation of Pink Floyd's Games for May concert of 40 years ago, the second set was mostly Syd Barrett's solo tunes. It blew my mind. The opening number "Matilda Mother" was a little weak and unsure, but the band quickly got it together. Nearly every song is a keeper. You can download it from archive.org -- bear in mind that the FTP download, using Filezilla or some such client, is much faster than using your browser or media player to get the songs.

My own favorite from the first set is probably "Arnold Layne" and from the second set (and the concert as a whole) the combination of "Interstellar Overdrive" and "Lucifer Sam" was just transcendentally beautiful. But -- I liked the Barrett solo tunes from the second set a lot too. "Terrapin" was great. It was really interesting listening to "Love You" and hearing Robyn and the female vocalist (who does not appear to be credited?) get their shit together after flailing for a verse or two. By the end of the song they were really in the groove. Hitchcock's between-song patter was as always, "eccentric" and "quirky", but more than that, fun and frequently insightful.

posted morning of June first, 2007: Respond
➳ More posts about Games for May

Drop me a line! or, sign my Guestbook.
    •
Check out Ellen's writing at Patch.com.

What's of interest:

(Other links of interest at my Google+ page. It's recommended!)

Where to go from here...

Comix
Blogs
Music
Texts
Woodworking
Programming
South Orange
Friends and Family
readincategory