23 track album
Hey. Endless Bummer and At the Graves just came back from a tour. Inhuman Youth recorded some live stuff. Now you can have it for NYOP (give $$$ if you have a little to spare).
Also features from track from other bands who participated in shows, including, Low to the Earth, Abacus, Red Necklace, Atma, Van Hagar, Pathogenesis, and Uninhabitable!
It’s like seeing 23 different sets from great bands, if by “seeing” you mean “listening to”.
I’m sorry but if you ask me, Ozzy has always brought something to Black Sabbath that Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gilligan, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen, and Tony Martin have never been able to match. I got respect for Dio but I will never be into that era of Sabbath like I am the early/most recent stuff.
The version of Black Sabbath (the song) on the first album is perfect.
Photo credit: Anthony Monaghan Captain Beefheart hired Moris Tepper to be his full-time guitarist in 1976, a position he held until the Captain’s retirement in 1982. Along the way he imparted these handy guitar tips: 1. Listen to the birds. That’s where all the music comes from. Birds know everything about how it should sound and where that sound should come from. And watch hummingbirds. They fly really fast, but a lot of times they aren’t going anywhere. 2. Your guitar is not really a guitar. Your guitar is a divining rod. Use it to find spirits in the other world and bring them over. A guitar is also a fishing rod. If you’re good, you’ll land a big one. 3. Practice in front…
Most of these sound pretty silly but I guess there was a method to the madness.
The first solo album from the former Distillers singer feels like a time capsule from the ’90s — when powerful, not conventionally pretty vocals attained massive mainstream cultural capital.
I finally got a chance to listen to this last night and enjoyed it. I’ve always had an issue with the fact that Dalle always seemed to be in a band that sounded very similar to the band whoever she was dating at the time (see The Distillers vs. Rancid and Spinnerette vs. Queens of the Stone Age), although I’ve always been a big fan of the Distillers stuff and didn’t mind what I heard from Spinnerette. This solo album seems to finally find the place Dalle should be as a musician, mixing the punk rock sound of her early days with the talent and melodies of he later projects. I like where this is going.