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Posted: May 28, 2016 - 9:11am

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Since Photobucket is being a pain in the ass you probably can't read the song list:

1 Creeps Like Me * Lyle Lovett
2 Wind and Rain * Crooked Still
3 Starlight * The Wailin' Jennys
4 Black River Killer * Blitzen Trapper
5 Rocks and Water * The Weepies
6 Lotion * Greenskeepers
7 Down By the Water * PJ Harvey
8 Something In The Way * Nirvana
9 Brun * Garmarna
10 The Kingdom * Jesca Hoop
11 to be a robot * Autamata
12 King Of Sleaze * The Beat Farmers
13 Sober * O'Keefe Music Foundation
14 Still Alive * Ellen McLain & Jonathan Coulton
15 Daisy Mae * Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
16 In Another Life * Vienna Teng

So despite the title the theme isn't creeps per se, but the contrast between form and content. These are all pretty songs about ugly things.

 
Exactly as advertised, beautiful songs indeed. These are the ones that stuck out for me:

1.Creeps Like Me * Lyle Lovett - love all Lovett

2. Wind and Rain * Crooked Still - very nice and familiar, this is a traditional song is it not? Seems like I have heard it before

3.  Starlight * The Wailin' Jennys - very pretty

4. Black River Killer * Blitzen Trapper -  love blitzen trapper, I think I put this song on a mix once (not in our club)

6. Lotion * Greenskeepers -  really groovy tune, never heard it before!

8. Something In The Way * Nirvana -  Forgot all about this one! Haven't heard since the album came out, reminded me that this is probably my favorite Nirvana tune.

9.  Brun * Garmarna -  From Vikings right?  I love that show!

11. to be a robot * Autamata -  interesting tune, again familiar.  Was this played on the radio at anytime?

12. King Of Sleaze * The Beat Farmers -   I SAID I wanna watch cartoons!!  These guys are hilarious

14. Still Alive * Ellen McLain & Jonathan Coulton -  Ask Me Another! (NPR) The ubiquitous Mr. Coulton is up there with Mark Mothersbaugh as a mega media musician and composer, he has some really funny stuff, but can also play and write great melodies and hooks. This song was definitely funny and creepy.

And to echo our brethren, exquisite per usual production and art work!{#Notworthy}

   


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Posted: May 27, 2016 - 9:47pm

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Hearing the real theme I have to say that fits the bill. Nice idea for a fine collection of tunes. Now I know why you didn't hold out till October for this one.

Disc sucked me in on track one, I really dig Lyle Lovett and didn't know this song. I will have to keep my eyes out for the I Love Everybody LP next time I'm in my neighborhood record store. Wind and Rain sounded like it came from your hand to hand collection a year back. I really dug the Greenskeepers ditty. I have an Ex-Brother-in-law who was a big fan of that movie and he was always saying "put the lotion in the basket". King of Sleaze reminded me of A Nightmare Before Christmas. And of course anything by Jason Isbell brings joy to my ears.

As always your packaging and production are impeccable. Nice Work Lazy {#Cheers}

Thanks!

I Love Everybody
is not Lyle's best effort but it does have a few gems on it. His sense of humor was in good form.

I went thru close to a dozen versions of Wind & Rain to find that one. It was a favorite of Jerry Garcia's; he played it on several side project albums. The Irish band Altan does a decent version (set in Ireland, folk process at work; the song is ancient—a version appears in the Child ballads); Okkervil River did a much rougher version that I was tempted by since they'd be more familiar to the intended audience but it just didn't appeal to me as much. Gillian Welch did a fine a cappella version but it didn't fit in as well with the other songs. For some reason I had dismissed Crooked Still as too mainstream-countryish for my tastes but since finding their version I've kinda gotten into them. Hell of a good bluegrassy/old time band; they do some great gospel tunes. But I digress.

The Jason Isbell song was the inspiration for this disc. He has so many dark songs I could have picked any number of others but Daisy Mae is just so pretty it fit the theme perfectly. For some reason I tended toward more stripped-down versions of the songs when I had a choice; I lost track of how many versions of Blitzen Trapper's Black River Killer I went thru before I settled on the one on the disc, from a promotional radio appearance. The studio version is also terrific but I think the guitar picking stands out better without the other layers.

It was a fun project and I had a lot of help from my eldest, who turned me on to Jesca Hoop and Garmarna, and suggested the Vienna Teng song that closes the disc. She also got me interested in Jonathan Coulton when she and her spouse sang me a lovely version of Still Alive a few years back. I found a bunch of new music to fall in love with doing this.


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Posted: May 27, 2016 - 3:46am

 Lazy8 wrote:
uthuh cuvuh
cuvuh

Since Photobucket is being a pain in the ass you probably can't read the song list:

1 Creeps Like Me * Lyle Lovett
2 Wind and Rain * Crooked Still
3 Starlight * The Wailin' Jennys
4 Black River Killer * Blitzen Trapper
5 Rocks and Water * The Weepies
6 Lotion * Greenskeepers
7 Down By the Water * PJ Harvey
8 Something In The Way * Nirvana
9 Brun * Garmarna
10 The Kingdom * Jesca Hoop
11 to be a robot * Autamata
12 King Of Sleaze * The Beat Farmers
13 Sober * O'Keefe Music Foundation
14 Still Alive * Ellen McLain & Jonathan Coulton
15 Daisy Mae * Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
16 In Another Life * Vienna Teng

So despite the title the theme isn't creeps per se, but the contrast between form and content. These are all pretty songs about ugly things.

 
Hearing the real theme I have to say that fits the bill. Nice idea for a fine collection of tunes. Now I know why you didn't hold out till October for this one.

Disc sucked me in on track one, I really dig Lyle Lovett and didn't know this song. I will have to keep my eyes out for the I Love Everybody LP next time I'm in my neighborhood record store. Wind and Rain sounded like it came from your hand to hand collection a year back. I really dug the Greenskeepers ditty. I have an Ex-Brother-in-law who was a big fan of that movie and he was always saying "put the lotion in the basket". King of Sleaze reminded me of A Nightmare Before Christmas. And of course anything by Jason Isbell brings joy to my ears.

As always your packaging and production are impeccable. Nice Work Lazy {#Cheers}
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Posted: May 25, 2016 - 3:15pm

uthuh cuvuh
cuvuh

Since Photobucket is being a pain in the ass you probably can't read the song list:

1 Creeps Like Me * Lyle Lovett
2 Wind and Rain * Crooked Still
3 Starlight * The Wailin' Jennys
4 Black River Killer * Blitzen Trapper
5 Rocks and Water * The Weepies
6 Lotion * Greenskeepers
7 Down By the Water * PJ Harvey
8 Something In The Way * Nirvana
9 Brun * Garmarna
10 The Kingdom * Jesca Hoop
11 to be a robot * Autamata
12 King Of Sleaze * The Beat Farmers
13 Sober * O'Keefe Music Foundation
14 Still Alive * Ellen McLain & Jonathan Coulton
15 Daisy Mae * Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
16 In Another Life * Vienna Teng

So despite the title the theme isn't creeps per se, but the contrast between form and content. These are all pretty songs about ugly things.
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Posted: May 24, 2016 - 12:13pm

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Anybody not get one?

 
Got mine! 
 
Keep forgetting to rip it... 
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Posted: May 24, 2016 - 11:35am

Anybody not get one?
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Posted: May 12, 2016 - 5:51am

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Discs away!

 
Opened mine up this morning, ironically I'm going to see Alice Cooper tonight {#Twisted}
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Posted: May 11, 2016 - 4:15pm

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Discs away!

 
In da house !
 
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Posted: May 11, 2016 - 7:03am

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Discs away!

 




Received and have already listened! Very nice. Also am waiting on rmgman to post his playlist so I can comment on that as well!
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Posted: May 7, 2016 - 11:30am

Discs away!
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Posted: May 6, 2016 - 3:24am

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Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

  RIGHT TURN CLYDE
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RIGHT TURN CLYDE PLAYLIST FOR UPLOAD

T
his was one of my infrequent attempts at an actual themed mix.  Started with a search for 'road' in the library and went from there to 'street' and ended up with anything that could be considered like movement, direction, yada.  The Aztec Two Step track was what I tried to build it around.  An old guilty pleasure that I found again as I've started into my vinyl for the first time in forever.  Right Turn by AIC was the excuse to use it again for the title and the artwork.  So it went from there.  Reused the Michael Stanley track but this is the studio version of the live track I used way back on my all live mix.  Not sure if I used Moonlight Drive before.  But ... on it went.  Yeah its old stuff (gawd is it old), but that's pretty much what I have to work with anymore.  I get most of my new stuff from you guys and your mixes.

I hope no one groans too much with the Deep Purple track.  It kinda makes me wince even.  Its the soft spot that I have for organ driven music.  But the choice was between this and Highway Star {#Stop}.   And it was tough to figure out where to put it.  

Izzy and The Kinks are more guilty pleasures and the full version of the Road To Hell courtesy of hippie, who is alive and well and doing really well, lately.

A correction, Freeway Jam is the vinyl rip, not Copperhead Road.

Hope this disc works for pounding miles.  Not exactly a lay around the house kinda thing.

And Volume 4 of the Out For Donuts collection.  I gave Scott the first 3 to catch him up.

1  Uriah Heap ~ Salisbury  kinda a Sunday morning track for me
2  Mountain ~ Nantucket Sleigh Ride from the Twin Peaks live album.  One of my favorite live jams.
3 The Who ~ Magic Bus from the Live At Leeds album
4  The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ~ Man In The Jar  another hit into the vinyl
5  Floyd ~ Sheep  Is what it is

Still haven't hit Inna Gadda yet.  To be continued as stuff turns up.

 y'all !

 
Sorry I'm a little behind in my MCC world...been busy falling in love so I've got a good excuse {#Hug}

I think there is nothing better than a "Going Places" theme mix. So much out there to choose from and perfect for the car, short trip or long. Highlights for me were Freeway Jam, big Beck fan and that album OH MAN!. Steve Earle is someone we can all use more of in our lives, really cool artist. Loved the Kinks song and like others could have sworn that was Leonard Cohen and not the forgotten Chris Rea.

Now I've got to be on the look out for that old Clint Eastwood movie! Nice Work! {#Cheers}
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Posted: Apr 27, 2016 - 4:19am

 kurtster wrote:
Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

 
.
RIGHT TURN CLYDE PLAYLIST FOR UPLOAD

T
his was one of my infrequent attempts at an actual themed mix.  Started with a search for 'road' in the library and went from there to 'street' and ended up with anything that could be considered like movement, direction, yada.  The Aztec Two Step track was what I tried to build it around.  An old guilty pleasure that I found again as I've started into my vinyl for the first time in forever.  Right Turn by AIC was the excuse to use it again for the title and the artwork.  So it went from there.  Reused the Michael Stanley track but this is the studio version of the live track I used way back on my all live mix.  Not sure if I used Moonlight Drive before.  But ... on it went.  Yeah its old stuff (gawd is it old), but that's pretty much what I have to work with anymore.  I get most of my new stuff from you guys and your mixes.

I hope no one groans too much with the Deep Purple track.  It kinda makes me wince even.  Its the soft spot that I have for organ driven music.  But the choice was between this and Highway Star {#Stop}.   And it was tough to figure out where to put it.  

Izzy and The Kinks are more guilty pleasures and the full version of the Road To Hell courtesy of hippie, who is alive and well and doing really well, lately.

A correction, Freeway Jam is the vinyl rip, not Copperhead Road.

Hope this disc works for pounding miles.  Not exactly a lay around the house kinda thing.

And Volume 4 of the Out For Donuts collection.  I gave Scott the first 3 to catch him up.

1  Uriah Heap ~ Salisbury  kinda a Sunday morning track for me
2  Mountain ~ Nantucket Sleigh Ride from the Twin Peaks live album.  One of my favorite live jams.
3 The Who ~ Magic Bus from the Live At Leeds album
4  The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ~ Man In The Jar  another hit into the vinyl
5  Floyd ~ Sheep  Is what it is

Still haven't hit Inna Gadda yet.  To be continued as stuff turns up.

 y'all !

 
Ok, first off the audio was simply delicious, I must have the recipe!{#Chef} It made even that Purple track almost listenable....almost!{#Wink}  Love Alice in Chains and always chuckle to myself how different of a band they were in the beginning when I hear them, never heard that Michael Stanley song really liked it, was really into the Beats in the early 90's so the Dean Moriarty tune was really cool and again, the audio!  Those classic rock songs of course I have heard many times, but it was so crystal clear, they still seemed new somehow.  Forgot how much I loved that Mamas and Papas tune, by far my favorite song from them.  Funny thing about that Chris Rea song, I actually have it but without the prequel and I always thought it was Leonard Cohen!{#Lol}  Anyway, great CD but the added bonus of the audio wizardry you have displayed made it even sound great through my trucks crappy speakers!{#Music}{#Cheers}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:35pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I went to the post office today!

Here's a PDF of the documentation/envelope.

I need to listen to this a couple more times, but I enjoyed the heck out of this. Only two songs I was familiar with, the rest mostly reminded my of other stuff I like. Made me want to have a DJ party!

Thanks for letting me hang out with the cool kids.


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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:22pm

 kurtster wrote:
Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

  RIGHT TURN CLYDE

If it weren't for the higher sound quality this could have been coming out of the AM/FM in the old Chevy pickup on a fishing trip with my dad. Just need the burble from the CB radio, the hiss of countless pop-top cans of Oly being opened, and the rumble of the Olds 455 under the hood to make it complete.

Hell, my youngest inherited the truck. If I can record this to an 8-track I can make this happen...

{#Cheers}

{#Motor}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:19am

 kurtster wrote:

That's pretty cool.  I hated everything having to do with Bakersfield as a kid.  I had an uncle who lived there in the late 50's and early 60's and the trip down was long and hot and Bakersfield was hot and boring for a kid. 
 
Justine grew up about 90 minutes north of Bako and whenever I was at her house, I wanted to go down and catch Buck's show at his nightclub. Never did get it together. Then one night before his show, he had dinner (chicken fried steak, taters & gravy), told the Buckaroos they'd have to do the show without him because he wasn't feeling great, and he died that night.
 
I haven't had a Chicken-fried steak since and I really make a good one.  
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:14am

 kurtster wrote:

And I now know where the New Riders of the Purple Sage got their name from. 

 


Well it's from the Zane Grey book, but in that particular band's case, I think maybe...
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:05am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote: 
Thanks for this.  Just the kind of music I was talking about!{#Cheers}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:50am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote: 
That's pretty cool.  I hated everything having to do with Bakersfield as a kid.  I had an uncle who lived there in the late 50's and early 60's and the trip down was long and hot and Bakersfield was hot and boring for a kid.  AC in cars just did not exist back in those days.  Now that I'm much further along in life, I at least appreciate the music that came from that place and time.

And I now know where the New Riders of the Purple Sage got their name from. 
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 7:10am

 sirdroseph wrote:

I want to do this:

 

 

 

With this song!

 

 



 
Check out this compilation....
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 5:05am

I want to do this:

 

 

With this song!

 

 


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