FMD — There at the creation

Is there a concert or recording session that you wish you were at to experience? Recording sessions would be cool to see how an iconic song or album was created and of course who wouldn’t want to see Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison or The Rolling Stones at The Excelsior Amusement Park?

A couple shows I’d love to have seen include The Beatles at the Cavern Club and maybe the Elvis Comeback show. Also when Dylan went electric at Newport to figure who booed.

Discuss and drop your lists.

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    01. “You’ve Passed” – Neutral Milk HotelOn Avery Island
    02. “The Greatest Light Is The Greatest Shade” – The Joy FormidableThe Big Roar
    03. “Fox On The Run” – The ReplacementsFor Sale: Live At Maxwell’s 1986
    04. “The Bedroom Again” – Reverend Horton Heat – Spend A Night In The Box
    05. “I Do Love My Lady” – HazePurple Snow: Forecasting The Minneapolis Sound
    06. “You Already Know” – Arcade FireReflektor
    07. “お天気娘” – Ayano TsujiCALENDAR CALENDAR
    08. “Among The Wildflowers” – The HotelierHome, Like Noplace Is There
    09. “Painted Face And Long Hair” – The OrwellsRemember When
    10. “We’re Different Now” – Aye NakoSilver Haze


    As I mentioned, this would've been a cool tour to see.

  2. 01. Wire - "Sonic Lens" from Silver / Lead
    02. Johnny Jewel - "Slow Dreams" from Windswept
    03. Waxahatchee - "Fade" from Out in the Storm
    04. Future - "POA" from FUTURE
    05. Chelsea Wolfe - "Scrape" from Hiss Spun
    06. LCD Soundsystem - "emotional haircut" from american dream
    07. OCS - "Memory of a Cut off Head" from Memory of a Cut off Head
    08. Tim Heidecker - "Mar a Lago" from Too Dumb for Suicide: Tim Heidecker's Trump Songs
    09. Milk Music - "The Burning Light" from Mystic 100's
    10. Lee Ranaldo - "Moroccan Mountains" from Electric Trim

    BT. Old Maybe - "Metal June" from Piggity Pink

  3. 1. Horace Andy “Don't Try to Use Me” Horace Andy Sings for You and Yours
    2. Katy B “See Through” Witches' Brew (Single)
    3. Solid Doctor “Armed to the Teeth” How About Some More Ether: Collected Works 93-95
    4. Vince Guaraldi Trio “Greensleeves”* A Charlie Brown Christmas
    5. Black Dice “Pissed in a Cave” Rodriguez (Single)

    6. Sylvan Esso “Die Young” What Now
    7. Plastikman “Korridor” Artifakts [bc]
    8. Autechre “Silverside” Amber
    9. Current 93 (with Clodagh Simonds) “Idumæa” Black Ships Eat the Sky*
    T. Aaron Dilloway “Blue Velvet” Post Live at Coda Lunga*

    4. I'm only very slowly adding holiday music onto my iPad. This week between Thanksgiving and the beginning of Advent is making it weird.

    9. An "alternate take" version of Black Ships Ate the Sky, but I don't think the guest-vox versions of Idumæa were alt takes, so this should be identical the track on BSAtS.

    T. I was intrigued when I heard Dilloway's description:
    "This tape is a recording of my subliminal DJ set AFTER my recent set this past summer at CODA LUNGA in Vittorio Veneto, Italy. Excerpted from two sets consisting of me playing one song on repeat for roughly 45 minutes each, so quietly that that it could barely be heard, but loud enough that the vibe of the song still very much created an atmosphere. Was fun to sit back and watch people as they realized they had been listening to the same thing over and over for almost an hour. Ultimate disorientation crowd sound with a grounding base of looped mellow night music tracks."

  4. No list, but to answer your question: I would have loved to see U2 at Red Rocks in '83. Great show. Also, I never got to see Beastie Boys live. Would have loved to see them at MSG in 95.

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