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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Afrobeta - Afrobeta - MIAMI BEACH, Florida - Disco House / Ghettotech / Funk -

I think the coolest thing about Afrobeta is that they're local, though the vocalist sounds a bit English, like Sia.

Got to go listen to this!

Monday, January 14, 2008

Syd Barrett, Plastic People Hit Broadway : Rolling Stone

Syd Barrett, Plastic People Hit Broadway : Rolling Stone

This actually sounds pretty cool. If it's historically accurate, I've no idea, but it's something I wouldn't mind seeing. I know the idea of rock as a means of awakening is nothing new in media, (I've even tried writing about it in fiction myself) but I don't hear about it being documented in real life much.

I also think I can relate to the idea of the Piper at the Gates of Dawn influencing my life. (He certainly influenced my imagination.)

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Three Steps to a Disapearance

Well, Meera thinks this one could have been mixed a bit better, and in hindsight, I kind of agreed. But alas, it's done, and to fix it would have remove some songs I really liked in this mix.

This was my second chance at this mix. I originally started this months ago to be used in the store and it went over nicely . . . except for where I ended it with Lynard Skynard's "Gimme Three Steps." It's a great song, but damn, it just didn't work here.

Three Steps to a Disappearance

1. The Beta Band - Dry The Rain
2. Beastie Boys - Suco De Tangerina
3. The New Up - Tropical Soda
4. Amadou & Mariam - Taxi Bamako
5. Manu Chao - desaparecido
6. Moloko - The Time Is Now
7. Jarvis - Don't Let Him Waste Your Time
8. Jette-Ives - In The Presence Of
9. Radiohead - How To Disappear Completely
10. UNKLE Feat. Ian Astbury - Burn My Shadow
11. Air - Space Maker
12. Beirut - Scenic World
13. múm - Abandoned Ship Bells
14. Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Waylon Jennings Live

Waylon Jennings - Concert Vault - Where Live Music Lives,Streaming Free Music, Live Concert Downloads

Here's something I didn't know, Waylon Jennings wrote the Allman Brother's hit "Ramblin' Man."

This was a hell of a show to listen to on cold night. It's got Waylon with Willie Nelson towards the end and Hank Williams Jr. doing a couple songs too. Basically, Outlaw country at it's finest.

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