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#98682
I thought I was "hip" and into music rather well. I hardly recognize any of these bands. Are these local garage bands around the Seattle area? :( I'll admit I was totally lost when I read this:
Originally posted by Nailknot:n "Silver Joos Tanglewood Numbers with Malkmus and Nasto back on board was good, but no American Water. "
If I had to pick one album from 2005 it would easily be Ryan Adam's "Cold Roses". I see that uncle jesse has good taste mentioning "Jacksonville City Nights". Wilco's "Kicking Television" gets honorable mention.
#98683
Cool. I say we derail this thread by yelling out random old shit that we like, then we'll rage against all this lukewarm pussy contemporary garbage and piss ourselves in a petulant frenzy.Dead Kennedys - Frankenchristn The Jam - Setting Sonsn Zappa - You Are What You Isn Phish - A Picture of Nectarn The Clash - Sandinistan The Police - Regatta de Blancn Black Flag - Everything Went Black
#98685
To keep with the pissing. . . n The Pogues: Rum, Sodomy, and the Lashn the Clash: London Callingn The Replacements: 1) Let It Be
and 2) Sorry Ma . . .n Husker DU: Zen Arcaden Adams
#98687
Originally posted by Adams:n The Pogues: Rum, Sodomy, and the Lashn
One of my very favorites. Had it on vinyl, then had a really hard time finding it on cd. It was only available as an import for a long time. Now I see it everywhere. "Sick Bed of Cuchullain" and "Sally Maclenenne" are great for drinking and slamdancing, and "Pair of Brown Eyes" always reminds me of a dog I used to have.
the Clash: London Calling
Naturally. For some reason, I can't keep a copy of this in my possession. It's been stolen, broken and otherwise disappeared. The first time was, of course, vinyl, and it disappeared with a copy of the Mackenzie Bros. [/img]reat White North" album and a hardcover copy of Steve Martin's "Cruel Shoes", which I've since replaced. That thief had weird tastes.

<small>[ December 29, 2005, 11:06 AM: Message edited by: Dave L ]</small>
#98688
For some reason, I can't keep a copy of this in my possession. It's been stolen, broken and otherwise disappeared. The first time was, of course, vinyl, and it disappeared with a copy of the Mackenzie Bros. [/img]reat White North" album and a hardcover copy of Steve Martin's "Cruel Shoes", which I've since replaced. That thief had weird tastes.
Perhaps we met some time ago. Coincidentally, during my college years I ended up with a copy of Great White North on vinyl, and for the life of me never figured out how it ended up in my collection. . . but I swear I didn't steal Cruel Shoes.
#98689
Originally posted by Dave L:n
time was, of course, vinyl, and it disappeared with a copy of the Mackenzie Bros. [/img]reat White North" album and a hardcover copy of Steve Martin's "Cruel Shoes", which I've since replaced.
Wow - "Cruel Shoes." There's a literary masterpiece I haven't thought of in a while. Don't know what happened to my copy either. An example of Mr. Martin's visionary prose: Yes, she was witty; she was intelligent. She was born of high station. She spoke and walked proudly. She was the kind who displayed nobility, who showed style and class. But above all, she had the jugs. Many people called her by her last name; some closer friends had a confidence with her and shared the intimacy of her first name. But to me, she was always "Lady jugs a-plenty." It is true. She was clever and she was charming, but above all, she had the jugs. :coffee:
#98691
Originally posted by Vermonter:n For you pissing Pogues fans: recommend [/img]f I Should Fall From Grace - The Shane Macgowan Story". A wondeful DVD.
Since we've moved on to DVDs I'm gonna have to enlighten all y'all about "The Dirty South live at the 40 Watt" - Drive by Truckers. It fukkin eh rocks!n WT, 'ol Dirty Bastard

<small>[ December 29, 2005, 11:32 AM: Message edited by: WT ]</small>
#98693
Well since we moved off the hot new sub-underground bands, here's my list of cd's currently in recycle this year:Phish- Picture of Nectar, Wedge (corrected to Rift thanks to Dave L) and A Live Onen Social Distortion- Social Distortionn Rancid- Out Come the Wolvesn Jimmy Buffet- Live in Las Vegas and Live Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaysn Allman Brothers- Live at the Filmore Eastn Grateful Dead- Dicks Picks Volume 3 and Europe '72n Steve Earl- Copperhead Road and Guitar Townn Waylon Jennings- Honky Tonk Heroesn Gillian Welch- Soul Journeyn Various Artists- Blue Grass Mountain Stylen Dr Dre- The Chronicn Strangefolk- Loren Jayhawks- Tomorrow the Green Grassn Johnny Cash- Unchainedn Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers- Pack up the Plantation Liven Wilco- Being Theren The Pogues- Peace and Loven Black 47- Fire of Freedom

<small>[ December 29, 2005, 04:57 PM: Message edited by: Salty in Tampa ]</small>
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