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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    edited April 28
    brianlux said:
    lolobugg said:
    brianlux said:
    goldrush said:
    New Lou Barlow 7” just arrived :smiley:

    “Love Intervene” b/w “Don’t Like Changes” on bottle green vinyl (nice picture of Lou with his busted collar bone on the cover too!)


    COOL!  Lou Barlow is great! 
    Without googling, who is he?


    Bassist for Dinosaur, Jr.

    the man behind Sebadoh.

    I think t_n_g  was kidding. 

    You were kidding, right, t? :lol:
    Nope.  All bands I never listened to.

    Thank you for the history lesson.  I have heard a riff or two from D Jr that I liked.
    I assume too much!

    Here's a cool video of Dinosaur Jr with J wrecking his hearing, Murph keeping good beats, and some cool bass playing my Lou, subject at hand:
    (An even better version of "The Lung" can be found on the DVD, "Dinosaur Jr, Live in the Middle East".  I've never been able to find that on YouTube, but if I had to name one all-time personal favorite live-on-film  music performance, that would be the one.)



    Post edited by brianlux on
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    Feel the pain
    Yes!  Love that song!
    "We are cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are."
    -James Baldwin
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.




  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    "We are cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are."
    -James Baldwin
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.




  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 13,286
    brianlux said:
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    Didn't that guy write the Peanuts theme?
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 9,116
    brianlux said:
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    Didn't that guy write the Peanuts theme?
    YES!!
    One of my favorite records (Charlie Brown Christmas)..although only gets a few spins a year.  It's been remastered a few times and is excellent.
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 13,286
    mrussel1 said:
    brianlux said:
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    Didn't that guy write the Peanuts theme?
    YES!!
    One of my favorite records (Charlie Brown Christmas)..although only gets a few spins a year.  It's been remastered a few times and is excellent.
    See, I have no idea who the F Lou Barlow is but I know that Guaraldi wrote the damn Peanuts theme, lol.
  • goldrushgoldrush everybody knows this is nowherePosts: 4,057
    edited May 1
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    lolobugg said:
    brianlux said:
    goldrush said:
    New Lou Barlow 7” just arrived :smiley:

    “Love Intervene” b/w “Don’t Like Changes” on bottle green vinyl (nice picture of Lou with his busted collar bone on the cover too!)


    COOL!  Lou Barlow is great! 
    Without googling, who is he?


    Bassist for Dinosaur, Jr.

    the man behind Sebadoh.

    I think t_n_g  was kidding. 

    You were kidding, right, t? :lol:
    Nope.  All bands I never listened to.

    Thank you for the history lesson.  I have heard a riff or two from D Jr that I liked.
    I assume too much!

    Here's a cool video of Dinosaur Jr with J wrecking his hearing, Murph keeping good beats, and some cool bass playing my Lou, subject at hand:
    (An even better version of "The Lung" can be found on the DVD, "Dinosaur Jr, Live in the Middle East".  I've never been able to find that on YouTube, but if I had to name one all-time personal favorite live-on-film  music performance, that would be the one.)



    Lou is also one of the nicest guys you could ever hope to meet. If you go to a Sebadoh show he’s usually behind the merch desk, not just to meet fans and sign autographs, he’s the one doing the selling. He’s really down to earth and is always happy to chat.

    Sebadoh are still such a lo-fi band, it’s great. Jason and Lou have both recently done solo ‘house’ tours, where they’ve asked fans to suggest places to play. You can tell they don’t make that much money out of it - after Lou bust his collar bone, his dad joined his tour to drive the van - so I’ll always try to turn people on to them any chance I get
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    goldrush said:
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    lolobugg said:
    brianlux said:
    goldrush said:
    New Lou Barlow 7” just arrived :smiley:

    “Love Intervene” b/w “Don’t Like Changes” on bottle green vinyl (nice picture of Lou with his busted collar bone on the cover too!)


    COOL!  Lou Barlow is great! 
    Without googling, who is he?


    Bassist for Dinosaur, Jr.

    the man behind Sebadoh.

    I think t_n_g  was kidding. 

    You were kidding, right, t? :lol:
    Nope.  All bands I never listened to.

    Thank you for the history lesson.  I have heard a riff or two from D Jr that I liked.
    I assume too much!

    Here's a cool video of Dinosaur Jr with J wrecking his hearing, Murph keeping good beats, and some cool bass playing my Lou, subject at hand:
    (An even better version of "The Lung" can be found on the DVD, "Dinosaur Jr, Live in the Middle East".  I've never been able to find that on YouTube, but if I had to name one all-time personal favorite live-on-film  music performance, that would be the one.)



    Lou is also one of the nicest guys you could ever hope to meet. If you go to a Sebadoh show he’s usually behind the mercy desk, not just to meet fans and sign autographs, he’s the one doing the selling. He’s really down to earth and is always happy to chat.

    Sebadoh are still such a lo-fi band, it’s great. Jason and Lou have both recently done solo ‘house’ tours, where they’ve asked fans to suggest places to play. You can tell they don’t make that much money out of it - after Lou bust his collar bone, his dad joined his tour to drive the van - so I’ll always try to turn people on to them any chance I get
    Nice!
    "We are cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are."
    -James Baldwin
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.




  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    brianlux said:
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    Didn't that guy write the Peanuts theme?
    Yeah, he did the A Charlie Brown Christmas album and Jazz Impressions of a Boy Named Charlie Brown which are great because they so cool plus they opened up the door for a lot of kids to appreciate jazz as they grew up.  And as great as those are, Guaraldi did so much more.  He was often kind of relegated to a pop-jazz genre but really, I (and many others) think he was an underrated jazz artist. His sound was deceptively "easy".  I think a lot of jazz snobs haven't really listened to him all that well.  I think we was one of the best and that he is easy to get into is no detriment to my way of thinking/hearing. One of his finest non-Peanuts works is the fine album, Cast Your Fate to the Wind:  Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus.


    Here's a great cut from that LP:



    "We are cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are."
    -James Baldwin
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.




  • Thirty Bills UnpaidThirty Bills Unpaid Posts: 14,573
    Just broke down and bought the Clapton complete record day box set off ebay.

    Had to have it.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 13,286
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    Oh my, the vinyl gods have been so good to me lately.  Picked this one up for a paltry 3 dollars.  What a fine album!  Vince Guaraldi  and Bola Sete,  Live at the El  Matador.



    Didn't that guy write the Peanuts theme?
    Yeah, he did the A Charlie Brown Christmas album and Jazz Impressions of a Boy Named Charlie Brown which are great because they so cool plus they opened up the door for a lot of kids to appreciate jazz as they grew up.  And as great as those are, Guaraldi did so much more.  He was often kind of relegated to a pop-jazz genre but really, I (and many others) think he was an underrated jazz artist. His sound was deceptively "easy".  I think a lot of jazz snobs haven't really listened to him all that well.  I think we was one of the best and that he is easy to get into is no detriment to my way of thinking/hearing. One of his finest non-Peanuts works is the fine album, Cast Your Fate to the Wind:  Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus.


    Here's a great cut from that LP:



    I'll be on the hunt for that album now.  TY!
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 9,116
    Just broke down and bought the Clapton complete record day box set off ebay.

    Had to have it.
    Most of it is very, very good.  But I noticed on that some of the 80's recorded stuff (Pretending, Forever Man, etc.) are sub par compared to the rest.  Maybe the master tapes were digital or just not that high of quality.  Either way, 4 records for 50 bucks is a steal.  
  • Thirty Bills UnpaidThirty Bills Unpaid Posts: 14,573
    mrussel1 said:
    Just broke down and bought the Clapton complete record day box set off ebay.

    Had to have it.
    Most of it is very, very good.  But I noticed on that some of the 80's recorded stuff (Pretending, Forever Man, etc.) are sub par compared to the rest.  Maybe the master tapes were digital or just not that high of quality.  Either way, 4 records for 50 bucks is a steal.  
    For $50... yes. That's not what I paid though.

    Oh well. Win some lose some.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 9,116
    mrussel1 said:
    Just broke down and bought the Clapton complete record day box set off ebay.

    Had to have it.
    Most of it is very, very good.  But I noticed on that some of the 80's recorded stuff (Pretending, Forever Man, etc.) are sub par compared to the rest.  Maybe the master tapes were digital or just not that high of quality.  Either way, 4 records for 50 bucks is a steal.  
    For $50... yes. That's not what I paid though.

    Oh well. Win some lose some.
    The list was $49... damn.. I hope you didn't get it seocnd market.  My store still had two available the other day when I was there.  I was surprised.  
  • Thirty Bills UnpaidThirty Bills Unpaid Posts: 14,573
    mrussel1 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    Just broke down and bought the Clapton complete record day box set off ebay.

    Had to have it.
    Most of it is very, very good.  But I noticed on that some of the 80's recorded stuff (Pretending, Forever Man, etc.) are sub par compared to the rest.  Maybe the master tapes were digital or just not that high of quality.  Either way, 4 records for 50 bucks is a steal.  
    For $50... yes. That's not what I paid though.

    Oh well. Win some lose some.
    The list was $49... damn.. I hope you didn't get it seocnd market.  My store still had two available the other day when I was there.  I was surprised.  

    Gall darnit.

    I paid. Oh I paid.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
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    I'm the champ today for my garage sale haul:


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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 9,116
    A nice condition original Joshua Tree sounds very good, much better than the other 80's U2 originals, IMO.  
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    Ament—Heaven & Hell 

    arrived today & im looking forward to spinning it!
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,162
    I love it when I come across obscure albums but this one really has me stumped.  I could not find a single reference to it on the internet.  It's basically a party record with someone singing and someone playing piano with laughter and chatter in the background between cuts.  It's called "Hapi House Presents Tom 'n' Tiny at the Clorox Party".  With a cover like this and a title like that, for $1.79 how could I resist?!

    "We are cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are."
    -James Baldwin
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.




  • timdwillitimdwilli Los Angeles, CAPosts: 161

    Decent little score for $9
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    How much did you have to give for Broken Arrow and Dead man?
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    goldrush said:










    Broken Arrow!
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 41,745
    By far their greatest album IMHO, as great as Hot Fuss is. I absolutely love Sam's Town, and I'm stoked to spin it finally.

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