What Are You Listening to? 2020

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10cds of Coltrane in '62 with the original classic Quartet live in various parts of Europe including several Scandinavaian, French and Italian venues, noticeably not the UK who had apparently not given him th ebest reception presumably the year before. I got this in FOPP for £15, was kicking myself on leaving London last year for not grabbing either this or the previous year box set. '61 has Eric Dolphy alongside the Quartet. Wondering if this could possibly be the same copy I didn't grab, hope that isn't likely. Particularly with every other mainstream record shop in town closing.
Has long improvisatory work outs on several tracks from popular musicals as well as his own compositions. I hear this stuff as very influential on later psychedelic jamming.

this lot particularly picked up on the work of Coltrane. They did a long version of his India live.
This is their 2nd lp which it has taken me way way too long to pick up. I had heard that it was less psychedelic and more country rockish. On actually getting it I can hear country flavour in it but it's a lot more floaty and psychedelic.
I think I now have pretty much everything this group has recorded in either of its better known incarnatiions, also have the Habibiya lp which was cut by part of the band alongside Susan Graubard Archuletta who had been in the New Age alongside pat kilroy, habibiyya has her with her then husband Conrad. Don't have anything by Ace which was the band Bam King later went onto or the Reg king solo lp. May look into getting some of what the other members went onto. Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Chilli Peppers sounds interesting.
I got this lp in its extended form as part of the new box set of their complete recordings At a Point Between Fate and Destiny which came out on Grapefruit (through Cherry red) just before Xmas. Great set which seems to be pretty good throughout including the unreleased, unfinished lp though Glastonbury sounds a bit disorganised.
Got the Action box set for Xmas the year before from the same person. Have loved them since hearing the Edsel compilation The Ultimate when I was like 14. that covers their mod blue-eyed soul era through to the beginnings of their psychedelic era. Didn't go as far as the Brain/Rolled Gold material which I think was unknown at the time. It had been the first time they'd really been compiled though.

psychedelic ish stuff I picked up in Rough Trade over Xmas.
Enjoying this, just realised that the male voice doing a talkover in one opf the tracks is ex-Can member Malcolm Mooney.
NIce melange of influences on here. I think I need to investigate her further.

Stevolende, Saturday, 4 January 2020 21:20 (eight months ago) link

Quick turnover isnce I'm working through the cds I picked up over Xmas
NOt sure I was aware of the existence of this before coming across it in Sister ray over Xmas. '73 funk live from the Stax festival in Watts LA. I finally got to see the film a couple of years ago. Can't think offhand what of this was in that.
Band's pretty good live , lots of wah wah and stuff.
NOt sure how the live lp from the time compares to this think this is pretty great anyway. Came out in 2003 apparently.

most recent lp by the free jazz rock band led by Weasel Walter, bought from thei rmerch stall at the LOndon gig before Xmas.
Wire review says they took the sound of electric Miles and gave it their own twist. I hear echoes of the sound of Miles around Dark Magus though there's no trumpet.
Nice psychedelic noisy stuff.
Very glad i got to the gig and now need to investigate the back catyalogue more thoroughly and whatver other Weasel Walter projects.

working my way through the box set.
This time was the disc of rehearsals for the 2nd lp, Jug Of Love. It's a bit earlier and mainly instrumental.
This and Glastonbury may be the least essential discs on here.

Stevolende, Sunday, 5 January 2020 10:58 (eight months ago) link

For some reason Jug of Love never really hooked me, I'll have to try again sometime. Love the s/t.

Listening to the Myrrors, one of the few modern bands to remind me of Trad Gras och Stenar et al

"Third of the Storms" Jazz (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Sunday, 5 January 2020 14:09 (eight months ago) link

I need to pick up more of the recent 3EB remasters. The s/t one was good at least.

the Animal label lp, a bit weird possibly a slight swing away from the previous couple in the oddness direction.
Has some good stuff on it.
BUt maybe isn't the best thing to put on in musically conservative company. Or at least has its quikiness written large so not likely to grab the floating voter. possibly.

1973 lp by soul/whatever artist . I got this as part of a 5cd box in whatever series the label does.
Pretty good funky experimental stuff. Starts with him conducting an orchestral piece and goes into some more spacey stuff.
Need to listen through the rest of teh box which i think is pretty much most of his catalogue.

earlyish lp from him, from '72.
Great psychedelic tranced out jams as with most of his stufff.
This came with a couple of extra tracks from an unreleased single which sounds like he's less along the route to developing Afrobeat.
I still need to hear the 60s stuff like the Koolo Loobitos recordings, but assume they must sound more like the extra stuff here.

Stevolende, Monday, 6 January 2020 10:59 (eight months ago) link

Mar-Vista Visions of Sodal Ye

"Third of the Storms" Jazz (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Tuesday, 7 January 2020 11:16 (eight months ago) link


no lime tangier, Wednesday, 8 January 2020 00:15 (eight months ago) link

THe first of his lps to get the long awaited remaster. Psychedelic pop funk. Quite salacious in places.
Need to pick up 1999 which was about the first lp by him i was aware of.
Quite enjoying this, came with a cd of various outtakes etc which has some interesting contemporaneous stuff on.

picked this up in the wake of reading the book on Anadolu Psych which made it out to be not as good as the 1976 lp and the 1979 one not as good as it. I need to pick up those other 2 lps. & stuff by a few other artists who sound somewhat similar.
Do like this stuff mid 70s Turkish blending traditional sounds with elements of Western rock of the psych kind.

a band I'm not very familiar with, blends a number of different genres into its alternative rock. I'm hearing bits of psych, possibly no wave, world, The Minutemen and a few other bits and pieces and this lp was produced by a dance producer.
Another band I need to pick up more things by.
Recommended, but probably find that I'm the last person to the feast, so you already know that.

Compilation of Birmingham punk band the Prefects recordings. I think a lot of this was unreleased at the time but has been released previoulsy on other compilations of the band. Looking for the image for this I found taht there was an existing compilation from about 15 years ago with the same tracks in a different order.
The band went on to be The Nightingales, I think the lineup was similar at least initially. Nightingales went onto being peel favs for years.
Pretty rough stuff but I think trying to break away from identikit punk even at the time.

compiles pretty much everything by postpunk band featuring future Ant Marco Pirroni on guitar and ex-original Ant Dorothy Max prior on drums alongside several people who were better known later as the Wolfgang Press and Renegade Soundwave.
A band I wasn't really aware of until recently. I did think Big Black's take on their track Rema rema was pretty great when I heard it on Sound of Impact but knew nothing about the original. Not sure why I never looked into that tends to be the way I find out about other bits of music I get heavily into.
POstpunk, noisy, a bit psychedelic though very dark..

Stevolende, Sunday, 12 January 2020 11:23 (eight months ago) link

Love that Rema-Rema comp! I only had the Wheel In The Roses EP as mp3s for a long time so I was pleasantly surprised more existed.

Martsman Kerner

Bassy, DnB/step-influenced electronics. Really dug one of the guy's other projects //no, which is dubby techno, but this stuff gives me Skull Disco vibes.

Corduroy Stridulations (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Sunday, 12 January 2020 13:03 (eight months ago) link

"walking with mr wheeze" total cardiacs

massaman gai (front tea for two), Monday, 13 January 2020 09:12 (eight months ago) link

3 lps on 2cd by Joe Harriott who I have had recommended to me for ages. Love his Hum Dono which I picked up a couple of years ago.
This is modern but not very abstract. Well at least the first disc which s what I'm listening to here. MIght be different on the lp of the same name.

this comes with a free 2nd cd of early country artists called Rough Guide to Country Music Pioneers which is what I'm actually listening to this week. Pretty great stuff i think I need more by several artists on .
THe sound is pretty decent considering the vintage.
Bought this as an Xmas present for someone then found something else for them later in the trip. Keep expanding the country they're listening to after having been introduced to them being a Johnny cash fan. Seems like they got a good overlap with a lotof this stuff in being bought the compilation cd tied in with the Ken Burns series anyway. & they wound up with the Richard & Linda THompson Live '75 set instead which I wasn't aware was still around.

THe original lp plus about the same duration again of bojus material. Mops up most of their recordings.
I hadn't realised that Sean Byrne wwas the main songwriter as well as rhythm guitarist when I played Psychotic reaction to fulfill my irish origin music quote while doing a radio show a couple of years back. Did know he came from Dublin originally.
Finding the music slightly more complex in places than i might have expected. & they seem to be more Who fixated than most other uS bands of the time there are 2 direct covers from the My Generation lp on the actual lp and a few that sound like they're would bes.THough its the Yardbirds taht are always cited as the influence on the title track.
The bonus stuff gets a bit more diverse including more soul derived stuff and psychedelic pop and stuff.
Do like this band . Shame to ghear that Sean Byrne spent the last years of his life in bad financial straits.
I'm still interested in finding out what of the garage psych lps are actually necessary since I have a number of compilations taht aren't the straight released lps.

Stevolende, Monday, 13 January 2020 10:33 (eight months ago) link

is the image that didn't show I hope

Stevolende, Monday, 13 January 2020 10:34 (eight months ago) link

I bought a 4CD Proper box by Joe Harriott not long ago but haven't gotten around to it.

Currently listening to Grand Funk Railroad, Live: The 1971 Tour, which has to be played at abusively loud volume to really be appreciated. I fucking love it.


shared unit of analysis (unperson), Wednesday, 15 January 2020 01:38 (eight months ago) link

not the best caroliner album but a nap was had.
forgot how ugly the cover for anthony manning's "chromium nebulae" was:

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 15 January 2020 13:58 (eight months ago) link


Bstep, Wednesday, 15 January 2020 17:31 (eight months ago) link

Just got a physical copy of this which was reissued in 2001. I have the cds either side of this already. & at least one Trad Gras Och Steinar. NOt sure why its taken me so long to get this other than having other things i wanted. THink I had soundfiles for it at some times anyay.

Stevolende, Friday, 17 January 2020 23:18 (eight months ago) link

last couple of days

Rolling Stones- Live in Texas 78
Tangerine Dream- Encore
Faces, the- First Step
Rolling Stones- Live in Texas 78
Trower, Robin- Caravan to Midnight
Walsh, Joe- So What
Motorhead- Overkill

Trouble- Trouble
Trouble- Trouble
AC/DC- Flick of the Switch
Uriah Heep- Sweet Freedom
Dylan, Bob- Highway 61 Revisited
Funkadelic- Hardcore Jollies

earlnash, Saturday, 18 January 2020 02:24 (eight months ago) link

Trouble - Trouble does kind of demand repeated listening

Corduroy Stridulations (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Saturday, 18 January 2020 02:42 (eight months ago) link

I've been on a calypso kick this week. Looked up info on Mighty Sparrow's "Robbery with a V", discovered that it was indeed a dis track aimed at another musician, that musician being called Mighty Dougla. youtube comments on dougla's songs are all from his relatives looking up his music.

wasdnuos (abanana), Monday, 20 January 2020 11:03 (seven months ago) link

Basehead. Dunno why it isn’t on spotify. So searched for it in the attic.

nathom, Monday, 20 January 2020 18:59 (seven months ago) link

V3. Dug up old records. Found this and a slew of others.

nathom, Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:12 (seven months ago) link

https://img.discogs.com/gUvXceBl4zYuF-rSl1dL4PhAG0Y=/fit-in/600x591/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1742380-1483824232-9560.jpeg.jpg the recordings' S7T on megaphone- skronky godco circus nowave harmolodic luttenbachers fun from 1990s willett, dierker, & co. you know the score

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 22 January 2020 09:20 (seven months ago) link

the 2cd remaster of this, I think I've mainly been half asleep when I've heard this version and had it on pretty quiet but these remasters seem to sound pretty great.
Keep wondering if Neubauten were fans of thsi record as well as early pink Floyd. Need to look up the Maoist perpetual village.
Anyway deep sace funky rocky stuff with ambient touches in places. Great great stuff.

2nd lp by great mancunian band. Showing some prog roots but helping invent post-punk. NOt sure what direct influence they had but would like to find out if anything showing their influence was as inventive as them.
Barry Adamson went onto various incarjnations of teh Bad Seeds and his own solo stuff is great.
John McGeoch went onto the Banshees and then a later, quite good version of P.I.L. in the late 80s. Shame he died so young.
I found this at the bottom of a pile fo stuff while tidying up last year still in th package it came in. Which is a major oversight. Should be way more familiar with the band.

focus more on the backing band than their main singer. THough he does feature.
I think I'm hearing things I'm more used to being Public Enemy samples featuring prominently.
Great set but I think I need to check chronology of things I'm hearing.
Picked this up from Honest John's recently and should have been much longer ago. Do love a bitta JB.

Stevolende, Thursday, 23 January 2020 11:45 (seven months ago) link

The first time I heard "The Grunt" my mind was blown (I was familiar with the PE sample for a long time before that)

Corduroy Stridulations (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Thursday, 23 January 2020 13:05 (seven months ago) link

down with flu so lay in bed and listened through these like 3 times in a row

pretty necessary contemporary garage psych rock with some pretty frantic guitar.
Mike Stax of Ugly Things appears on backing vocals . He has a Bo Diddley tribute band with the guitarist, or did.

so faqr have listened through the 2nd disc the one that's All Of Us and contemporary singles and outtakes.
Glad to find this isn't the mono/stereo set taht i thought it was for a while cos I don't rally want to listen to the same lp twice in a row.
About time i got the 60s stuff in full have enjoyed this band for a few decades.

I hadn't heard this before today and possibly only picked it up to complete the set of lps.
It's pretty interesting though. Different to Daevid Allen era anyway. Atmospheric mainly instrumental material.
Wort6h hearing, but I think the 2cds may be limited editions so may be necessary to grab them soon if you want one.

Stevolende, Thursday, 23 January 2020 22:56 (seven months ago) link

Naum Gabo Fyei 12"

Weird slo-mo techno that sounds kinda like an 80s remix of Kraftwerk played at 16 rpm

Corduroy Stridulations (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Friday, 24 January 2020 10:42 (seven months ago) link

Pharoah Sanders, Bill Laswell - With a Heartbeat
i am loving this world jazz album which actually has a thumping heart that is integrated into laswell's bass play. a real trip. great line-up too. pharoah and bill plus trilok gurtu (tabla), nicky skopelitos (sitar & guitar), graham haynes (cornet) and jeff bova (keyboards).

walking towards the sun since 2007 (alex in mainhattan), Saturday, 25 January 2020 07:30 (seven months ago) link

Right: Jarry Mason's Children Garcia.

dow, Tuesday, 8 September 2020 22:18 (one week ago) link

xp right, the title is a reference to jarry:

With respect and admiration to Alfred Jarry - who in the early nineteenth century invented the 'Pataphysics to solve various situations with “formidable imaginary solutions for all problems that do not exist but hurt and hurt and to challenge the holy traditions of easy operation”*-, Oxomaxoma has founded the Laboratory for the Sound Des-occultation of the ‘Patamusic (LDSP) to produce and generate all those imaginary sounds that are not intended to solve anything

not sure if the band name is a nod to the dead recordor not; it's a group out of mexico city operating at least since the '70s

budo jeru, Tuesday, 8 September 2020 23:20 (one week ago) link

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massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 9 September 2020 07:06 (one week ago) link

damp cardboard box under a bridge vibe, too

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 9 September 2020 07:07 (one week ago) link

that was my go-to bedtime album for like 3 years, still love it

Yeah that’s the stuff

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 9 September 2020 14:30 (one week ago) link


budo jeru, Wednesday, 9 September 2020 18:14 (one week ago) link


Bettye LaVette, Blackbirds (2020): I think of her as a Method actress song stylist, from the inside out, prob never much about, "Oh, that's a sweet bit, think I'll sing it" as "Okay, this means something to me," and you can feel the push and pull and twist and turn of that, even if you'll never know all it means to her, in her life. The comeback has been largely via songs by old white rockers, but as customized, chopped 'n' channeled vehicles, getting moreso: her 2018 Dylan collection, Things Have Changed is fearless, overall her most radical yet, and I hate using the r-word, at least as modifier.
This set is all blues as a feeling, whether or not of the genre, written by or strongly associated by women, mostly if not all of color, with some jazz in there: all modern, as the band goes where she leads, though not passively: musos can sound like, "Yeah that's bad, but whattayagonna do, and look out for that hearse now." Incl. a stalking, shuffling, actually kinda fast, yet unmistakable "Strange Fruit," and even a happy one or two, if you count "Blues For Weepers," where she seems glad to be here, anywhere she can sing for the lonely souls, heads(sounds dark and smokey), or three, counting the likewise "Drinking Again," where she sociably rhymes about smokin, jokin' tokin', without sounding like Steve Miller or Charlie Daniels.
Near-title track is the one that gives pause so far, like a vocally-shredded pile of bloody feathers, which may go against the words, which she's tweaked to 'bout how she has indeed taken broken wings and learned to fly---or is more like, positive statement in harrowing sound representing what freer living has cost her?

dow, Wednesday, 9 September 2020 23:55 (one week ago) link

Bettye LaVette does an excellent version of 'Love Reign O'er Me'.

earlnash, Wednesday, 9 September 2020 23:59 (one week ago) link

I meant "associated *with* women", "whattayagonnado".

dow, Thursday, 10 September 2020 00:02 (one week ago) link

Hendrix, Jimi- Band of Gypsies
Hendrix, Jimi- Band of Gypsies
James Gang- Thirds
Walsh, Joe- But Seriously Folks
Styx- Man of Miracles
Little Feat- Sailin’ Shoes
Fleetwood Mac- Pious Bird of Good Omen
Nazareth- Exercises
Walsh, Joe- You Can’t Argue with a Sick Mind
Funkadelic- US Music
Golden Earring- Moontan

9-9: (so far...)
Winter, Johnny- Johnny Winter
Winter, Johnny- Nothing but the Blues
Captain Beefheart- Legendary A&M Sessions
War- the Black Man’s Burdon (D2)
Jefferson Airplane- After Bathing at Baxter’s

earlnash, Thursday, 10 September 2020 00:03 (one week ago) link


Eno - Music For Installations
The Ex - At Bimhuis

sleeve, Thursday, 10 September 2020 00:06 (one week ago) link

Charles Ives - Symphony no. 4 (LA Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel)
Reginald Smith Brindle - El Polifemo de Oro (perf Julian Bream)
Styx - "Babe", "Blue Collar Man", "Come Sail Away", "Crystal Ball"
Hannah Lash - Sonata for Harp
Charles Ives - Symphony no. 1

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Thursday, 10 September 2020 03:02 (one week ago) link

anyway this album makes me feel loved

brimstead, Thursday, 10 September 2020 03:14 (one week ago) link

Kaatayra - Toda historia pela frente; the first track is fantastic so far

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Thursday, 10 September 2020 03:39 (one week ago) link

Young Jesus - Welcome to Conceptual Beach
random Françoise Hardy tracks on Spotify
Panic! At the Disco - "Tonight Tonight"
Feng E - "Bad Guy"
Mozart - Sonatas 9, 10, 11 (Barenboim)
Sarah Louise - Floating Rhododendron

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Friday, 11 September 2020 05:05 (one week ago) link

Cover art maybe even better than usual lately--keep it coming yall.
Speaking of the Breadwinners, reminds me that UK jazz saxist Nat Birchall sometimes does dub w Al Breadwinner; most of this is pretty good, tagged as "old school" but fresh, some turns I hadn't encountered before (I'm certainly no dub expert):


dow, Saturday, 12 September 2020 19:55 (one week ago) link

ditto his latest:


dow, Saturday, 12 September 2020 19:57 (one week ago) link

And he did this Sun Ra homage,Mysticism in Sound, which also makes me think of Coltrane's "Alabama" era:
an album of nightsky blues solace, which I first heard after listening to a doc about black people shot by cops recently. Sun Ra inspired Space Jazz. Nat Birchall plays all the instruments - Tenor & soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, Korg Minilogue synth, bass, drums, hand drums, bells, shaker. These three and a lot more are on his bandcamp.


dow, Saturday, 12 September 2020 20:07 (one week ago) link


t & d meltzer's follow-up to the serpent power record. gone are the very mid-sixties sf garage/folk-rock/acid flourishes (for the most part) replaced with string arrangements, gentle guitar backing, spoken word & ornate art song. surprised how much i actually like this!

no lime tangier, Tuesday, 15 September 2020 08:25 (four days ago) link


no lime tangier, Tuesday, 15 September 2020 08:43 (four days ago) link


It's a Carmen (Maria Callas/Paris Opera Orchestra/Georges Prêtre) kind of day.

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Tuesday, 15 September 2020 14:10 (four days ago) link


2nd disc of this, had forgotten t ended with one of the Ofo & The Black Company sides which is great in itself. Heavy, possibly not as much as Allah Wakbar but stiull pretty stunning.
I am struck by wondering how African sounding this stuff on the cd is. A lot of it is obviously very heavily influenced by mid 60s and a little later rock stuff and various funk and other r'n'b/soul and jazz stuff. I guess taht's why it was picked. & it does show some processing through a blender fo a different perspective from the usual but not sure how much directly African influence there is.
I've been lying i bed feeling ill for part of this week so been listening to the stuff on my 3 changer more and subsequently may have heard this cd like 3 times a day on a couple of days or so. Does about stand up to it. & i think I have been neglecting the disc.
Would like to know how many compis like this were done around the time and get more familiar with them.
Also would love to hear what bands since this was released claim direct influence from listening to this stuff.
I'm liking the hammond swathes and stuff, not liking not being able to put my finger on melodies I think I recognise. There'sd one i think comes from a Curtis Mayfield tune for on, though i think it takes off elsewhere shortly afterwards..

This turned up at the time I was looking to stick a couple of new cds on my 3 changer and wasa semi random choice like the World Ends set was. It kind of fits and may have some influence from that kind of thing mixed into its influences. Certainly does seem to be taking some influences from some eclectic sources.
Augmentary instruments sound really good on here, keyboards and things.

Kept this on for another week because i thought I hadn't been able to familiarise myself with it enough.
& i think its the cd taht I'm getting to hear least.
Am enjoying this and would like to familiarise myself with his work better. NOt sure I'm going to get the chance to get as familiar with everything i want to as much as I'd like to,.
BUt great anyway. Must learn to whistle it and so on.

I hadn't heard teh band really before picking this up at Xmas. Probably need to investigate much further.
& again this is something I've been neglecting too much.

Stevolende, Tuesday, 15 September 2020 18:04 (four days ago) link

just seen the last paragraph on there was actually referring to parquet courts. must have got separated and gone off bottom of screen or something
dang flu

Stevolende, Tuesday, 15 September 2020 18:46 (four days ago) link

penderecki/cherry - actions

no lime tangier, Wednesday, 16 September 2020 04:30 (three days ago) link

Deep Purple - Whoosh!

Some really good stuff on here

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Wednesday, 16 September 2020 16:50 (three days ago) link

...i'm expecting this is probably going to take me some time to get through

no lime tangier, Friday, 18 September 2020 06:00 (yesterday) link


earlnash, Friday, 18 September 2020 07:11 (yesterday) link

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massaman gai (front tea for two), Saturday, 19 September 2020 09:49 (five hours ago) link

Deep Purple - "Nothing At All", "Step by Step"
Bach - BWV 1006 (perf Itzhak Perlman)
Emily Shaw - Vespers

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Saturday, 19 September 2020 13:20 (one hour ago) link

That looks amazing, no lime tangier.

The nexus of the crisis and the origin of storms (Sund4r), Saturday, 19 September 2020 14:28 (forty-six minutes ago) link

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