33 thoughts on “GFMD: 4/3/15”

  1. 1. "Driftmix (Peter Christopherson)" CoilThe Snow EP
    2. "Sweet Slow Baby" The Field Looping State Of Mind
    3. "Nothing Like You (When You're Gone)" Hello Saferide Introducing...
    4. "Fist F---" Nine Inch Nails Fixed
    5. "The Waitress" Tori Amos Under The Pink

    6. "Tremors" Aaron Dilloway Modern Jester
    7. "Doo Doo Run" Eric Copeland Doo Doo Run 7"
    8. "A Warning From the Sun (for Fritz)" Coil Moon's Milk (in Four Phases)
    9. "Her Fantasy (Tornado Wallace Remix)" Matthew Dear Beams (expanded)
    T. "Poems, Prayers, & Promises" Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy What the Brothers Sang

    1. 2: Remixed by J.G. Thirlwell (Foetus)
      8: Reminds me I forgot to listen to "Moon's Milk or Under an Unquiet Skull" on the Vernal Equinox.

  2. 1. Third Day - "Creed" - Offerings II
    2. Vampire Weekend - "Hudson" - Modern Vampires of the City
    3. Bottle Rockets - "Lonely Cowboy" - Bottle Rockets and the Brooklyn Side
    4. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Skeletons (Acoustic)" - It's Blitz!
    5. Tweedy - "Slow Love" - Sukierae

    6. The Shins - "Girl Inform Me" - Oh, Inverted World
    7. The Felice Brothers - "Don't Wake The Scarecrow" - The Felice Brothers
    8. Drive By Truckers - "This F***ing Job" - The Big To Do
    9. Arctic Monkeys - "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" - AM
    10. Johnny Cash - "Before My Time" - American III: Solitary Man

  3. 1. Careful -- Sebadoh -- Bakesale
    2. Danny Says -- Tom Waits -- Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards
    3. Jail Guitar Doors -- The Clash -- Super Black Market Clash
    4. Cha Cha Twist -- The Detroit Cobras -- Baby
    5. Brink Of The Clouds/Candylad -- Pavement -- Wowee Zowee
    6. Dreamworld -- The Wedding Present -- Saturnalia
    7. Black Tambourine -- Beck -- Guero
    8. Louie Louie -- The Pretenders -- Pretenders II
    9. Burned -- Neil Young -- Decade
    10. Trashed Aircraft Baby -- Boston Spaceships -- Zero to 99

    B1. Why Did You Land? -- Guided By Voices -- Live At The Wheelchair Races
    B2. Back Of A Car -- Big Star -- Radio City

    Show Update:
    Saw Benjamin Booker last week at The Ave. Good show, he's gonna be a star.
    Tonight: The Paper Days at the Aster Cafe. Nice folk rock band starting to get noticed
    April 23: Hey Scot, got my Diarrhea Planet tix for Turf Club. My 21 year old daughter is going too!
    May 1: Bobby Bare Jr. is at the Turf Club.

    1. I haven't seen a show since January, so I'm pretty ready for DP.

      Was Bobby Bare Jr. originally at the Entry? I've got my DBT tickets for the Mainroom that night - I had in my mind that it was next door.

    1. Now listening to Arvo Pärt's "Passio": a setting of Passion of John, in Latin.
      I probably only listen to it this one day a year, it's far from my favorite and hard to get into.

  4. 01. “A Light On A Hill” – Margot And The Nuclear So And So’s The Dust Of Retreat
    02. “Atlantic City” – Real Estate Real Estate
    03. “Big Black Coffin” – Peter Bjorn And JohnFalling Out
    04. “Rose” – MenomenaI Am The Fun Blame Monster!
    05. “Big Wheel” – Tori AmosAmerican Doll Posse
    06. “Heaven 90210” – Urge OverkillSaturation
    07. “Honestly” – American FootballAmerican Football
    08. “Go Sadness” – Shout Out LoudsHowl Howl Gaff Gaff
    09. “Clover” – Ramona Falls Intuit
    10. “Ecclesiastes” – Stevie WonderJourney Through The Secret Life Of Plants

    1. Ramona Falls & Menomena on the same list...I wonder how often something like that happens in these posts.

  5. * Wander - Fins - (self-titled)
    * Vertical Axis - Elektro Guzzi - Parquet
    * Having Fun - The Giraffes - (self-titled)
    * Polly - Nirvana - From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
    * Soft Trees Break the Fall - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - The Social Network Soundtrack
    * Trust in You - The Offspring - Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
    * Weak and Powerless - A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step
    * Light Switch - Dredg - The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion
    * Amphetamine - Everclear - So Much For the Afterglow
    * Libet's Delay - The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World

  6. Walkin' Bass - Henry Mancini - The Music from Peter Gunn
    Sweet Delights - Explorers Club - Grand Hotel
    Raspberry Beret - Hindu Love Gods - I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
    Gin House Blues - Nina Simone - The Defenitive Collection
    Rollin Hand - Lalo Schifrin - Mission: Anthology
    My Life is Right - Big Star - #1 Record/Radio City
    Sailin' On - Toots & the Maytals - Funky Kingston/In the Dark
    I'm Movin' On - Hank Snow - Trains & Cars
    The Old Country - Nancy Wilson - Nancy Wilson & Cannonball Adderly
    Village Green - The Kinks - The Village Green Preservation Society

  7. My buddy came through with free tickets to Sturgill Simpson on Sunday. Unbelievably pumped.

  8. 1. They Never Got You – Spoon
    2. Witchcraft – Bill Evans
    3. Waste – Phish
    4. My Wife – The Who
    5. Bend to Square – Death Cab For Cutie

    6. The Planets, Op.32 Mars, the Bringer of War - Gustav Holst*
    7. Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream – Johnny Cash
    8. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – Elton John
    9. The Downeaster “Alexa” – Billy Joel
    10. From The Sun – Unknown Mortal Orchestra

    B. Sinfonietta: Allgretto - Leos Janáček*

    Couple cool things:
    Check out image #15. How’d you like to get your hands on that and how much do you think the "private buyer" paid?

    For my birthday last week, my buddy got us tickets to see Primus. To prepare, I’m listening to their new album (sample): Primus & the Chocolate Factory with The Fungi Ensemble. It's weird and kinda wonderful. I just wish I wasn't at work so I could crank it up.

    * Don’t know who this is performed by. It’s from the Time Life Presents: Classical Thunder compilation which, surprisingly, doesn’t list the performers

  9. 01. Wand - "Floating Head" from Golem
    02. Sleater-Kinney - "Price Tag" from No Cities to Love
    03. Pile - "The World is Your Motel" from You're Better Than This
    04. The Black Ryder - "Until the Calm of Dawn" from The Door Behind the Door
    05. Drake - "Madonna" from If You're Reading This It's Too Late
    06. Belle & Sebastian - "Ever Had a Little Faith?" from Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance
    07. Gucci Mane - "Tone" from Breakfast*
    08. Vetiver - "Loose Ends" from Complete Strangers
    09. Lower Dens - "Société Anonyme" from Escape From Evil
    10. Death Grips - "Big Dipper" from The Powers That B

    BT. Father - "Back in the A Freestyle/On Me" from Who's Gonna Get F**ked First?**

    * We got Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner all on the same day. Gucci is the best.
    ** This was a surprise release and as good as the last one. You should check it out, Nibbish!

  10. 1. "Thirteen" The Antlers Hospice
    2. "In California" Joanna Newsom Have One on Me
    3. "Modesto" Beck Stereopathetic Soulmanure
    4. "Hurts So Bad" Lydia Loveless Somewhere Else
    5. "Inflammatory Writ" Joanna Newsom The Milk-Eyed Mender
    6. "Elephant Head" Cold Specks I Predict a Graceful Explosion
    7. "Foolin' Around" Patsy Cline The Ultimate Collection
    8. "Falling In" Ha Ha Tonka Buckle in the Bible Belt
    9. "The Chaconne" Dessa A Badly Broken Code
    T. "Does Not Suffice" Joanna Newsom Have One on Me
    B. "Gold Lion" Yeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your Bones

  11. I remember being surprised when I first got this Northern Soul compilation and discovered that "Tainted Love" was first recorded in 1964 by someone named Gloria Jones. Also a bit surprised that It failed to chart.
    The song was written by Ed Cobb, who has a couple other classics to his name: "Dirty Water" and "Every Little Bit Hurts" (which was covered by Brenda Holloway, Small Faces, Spencer Davis Group, and The Clash, among others.)

  12. "This Land Is Your Land" - My Morning Jacket
    "Never Mind" - The Replacements
    "Strutter" - Kiss
    "Mr. Wendal" - Arrested Development
    "No You Girls" - Franz Ferdinand

    "Day By Day" - The Hooters
    "Big Love" - Fleetwood Mac
    "Where Is My Mind?" - Pixies
    "Mandolin Wind" - Rod Stewart
    "Im Waiting For the Man" - David Bowie

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