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A Assful of Ass (& Izabella Miko!)

Izabella Miko and some other fine pieces of ass … erm sorry, I meant … some other fine ladies!

More fine pussy here than at the London International Cat Show!

Meee … fucking …. OWWWWW!

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Amy Winehouse – The Ska EP (2008)

Amy Winehouse – The Ska EP (2008)
14 MB – MP3 160 kbps

Yes indeed, a very strange one this from Brit whackjob, junkie, skank Winehouse!

When she’s not making videos with baby mice, the skank apparently makes some music. I use that term very loosely!

There must be a music studio in her local Rehab joint!

This one’s a limited 7-inch vinyl EP with Screamy Winehouse covering some Ska and soul/pop classics.

We’re kinda interested in this one only cos we love ska! And the tracklisting is excellent. However, we’re a tad afraid to listen though! We fear a bloodbath!

Some blurb! …

Limited press 7″ EP with England’s most talented trainwreck covering some two-tone favorites.

The slow skank of Sam Cooke’s “Cupid(1)” suits her voice best, but I’m feeling the accompaniment on “Hey Little Rich Girl(2)” too. Two more Specials covers – the uptempo “You’re Wondering Now(3)” and a skippable version “Monkey Man(4)” – round things out. Plays at 33.…..50380.html

Side A:
01. Monkey Man (Toots & The Maytals)
02. Hey Little Rich Girl (The Specials)

Side B:
01. You’re Wondering Now (Andy & Joe)
02. Cupid (Sam Cooke)

Here be da 2 tone skank!

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Stereolab – Chemical Chords (08/2008)

Stereolab – Chemical Chords (08/2008)
Released on 18th August 2008 by Duophonic UHF Disks/4AD.
A pioneering and innovative band we really liked back in the day! We’re delighted that they’re still together and releasing music!

Chemical Chords’ is the first album proper since 2004’s ‘Margerine Eclipse’, and emerged from songwriter Tim Gane messing around with 70 tiny drum loops. It’s generally poppier than their previous Krautrock influenced albums – ‘Self-portrait With “Electric Brain”’, ‘Daisy Click Clack’ are particularly immediate.

Some songs follow the ‘lab blueprint faithfully, like ‘Neon Beanbag’ and ‘Fractal Dream Of A Thing’. Others branch out altogether, like ‘Nous Vous Demandon Pardon’, with its pace and squelchy, dancefloor friendly bassline.

But French lounge is the persistent influence, helped along by string and brass arrangements from Sean O’Hagan. These provide fresh layers to the ‘lab sound, and the record’s highlights, including the title track, for example, and ‘Cellulose Sunshine’, with euphoric piano, strings and singing in the round), while ‘Vortical Phonotheque’’s bassline and building keyboard motif recalls Air in its blessed out loveliness.

by James Farrell.


1. Neon Beanbag
2. Three Women
3. One Finger Symphony
4. Chemical Chords
5. The Ecstatic Static
6. Valley Hi!
7. Silver Sands
8. Pop Molecule [Molecular Pop 1]
9. Self Portrait With “Electric Brain”
10. Nous Vous Demandons Pardon
11. Cellulose Sunshine
12. Fractal Dream Of A Thing
13. Daisy Click Clack
14. Vortical Phonothèque

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Matthew Sweet – Best of/Rock Compilation
Matthew Sweet – Best Of/Rock Compilation
(fits on one CD – 192 kbps)
A great compilation kindly knocked up by smitty of Sweet’s up-tempo rock songs gathered from his studio releases.

We sure do like this power-pop maestro!

Some amazing music in here!

It’s a real sweet compilation! (did I really say that?)


01 Girlfriend
02 All over My Head
03 Cinnamon Girl
04 Come to Love
05 Do Ya
06 Does She Talk
07 Faith in You
08 Giving It Back
09 Hear This
10 Into Your Drug
11 Quiet Her
12 Ready
13 Room to Rock
14 Sick of Myself
15 Super Baby
16 The Ocean In-Between
17 Tonight We Ride
18 Ugly Truth Rock
19 Walk Out
20 We’re the Same
21 Where You Get Love
22 Girlfriend (Alternate Take)

Here she be:

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Hiromi Oshima – The Ultimate Japanese Import

We love this curvy, naughty, Playboy-stripping, Tokyo, hotty-san! Not sure why!!

From the great

Tokyo-born Hiromi Oshima might well be one of the best Japanese products available stateside. She easily surpasses the PSP, any Honda and all four of Gwen’s dancing Harajuku girls (as individuals but not as a group). Hiromi is hot like a mouthful of wasabi at a July picnic in Death Valley,Calif. That’s hot.

If Uncle Hef says you’re hot then by golly you may well be. But if 2NR says it’s so, grab that extinguisher and be ready to put out some flames. Playboy’s Ms. June is now heating up your September 2NR. Rip it out and pin it up, boys.

2NR: Hi, Hiromi. Are you done for the day?Hiromi Oshima: Yeah. I just did a Playmate test.

2NR: Aren’t you already a Playmate?HO: Yes, but I also work for Playboy. For the past year and a half I’ve been doing production work. About twice a week I’m busy setting up photo shoots for testing. I’ll be doing the 2006 Playmate calendar on Monday.

2NR: So you go both ways.HO: What do you mean?

2NR: You can either be in front of the camera or behind it. Which do you prefer, the front or the back?HO: Most of the time I’m behind. But there are different issues in both cases. When I’m in front I’m physically tired-like standing for a long time on my tippy-toes. But I get mentally tired behind the camera. I run around taking care of everything behind the scenes, like making sure lunch is there, preparing the location, making the sure the model is doing a great job. It’s more rewarding for me.

2NR: What do you do to relax or to have fun?HO: I go shopping or I watch the Food Network when I’m home. I love cooking. I even tried to go to a wine and food show in Miami, Fla. I went really early in the morning but I turned back and went home after I found out the event was sold out.

2NR: Do you have a favorite Iron Chef?HO: I don’t watch that show too often. Sometimes they cook things that are kind of gross.

2NR: What food makes you happy?HO: Usually I’m on a diet. Not a lot of carbs, but I have one candy a week. I’ll eat chocolate or cheesecake apple crepes. I think I have a high metabolism, but Food Network doesn’t help.

2NR: What turns you on about a guy?HO: The typical stuff: sense of humor, ambition, honesty.

2NR: Every girl wants an honest man. How can you tell if a guy is honest?HO: Good question. I think it’s his eyes, his vibe. You can tell when a guy sounds fake. When he starts talking about how great he is-like where he lives, what he drives, what he does after a few dates-you will know what kind of person he is.

2NR: How about physically?HO: What do you call people who aren’t muscular? Toned?

2NR: Yes. Toned. Who would you choose: a guy with a swimmer’s body or a guy with a body builder’s body?HO: The swimmer. I don’t like beefcakes.

2NR: How do you like being romanced?HO: A dinner at a nice, outside restaurant with a great atmosphere would be nice

2NR: Me taking you to McDonalds would be nice?HO: Maybe not McDonalds. A nice grill place is better.

2NR: What would be a turn-off?HO: Liars, bad teeth, bad breath. A lot of the guys I know smell good, and that’s a turn-on. But if they had bad breath it would be a real turn-off.

2NR: Do you like any sports?HO: Baseball-but not in this country. In Japan I grew up with baseball so I know a lot of the players over there. I am a fan of Matsui, who plays for the Yankees. I watched his games so much in Japan and now he’s in this country. I’m happy for him.

2NR: I guess a guy can take you to a baseball game.HO: Actually I take guys to baseball games. Boys in this country aren’t interested in baseball. Everyone here in Miami is talking about the Heat.

2NR: What wouldn’t you mind doing for the rest of your life?HO: Cooking? I guess you have to do that to live.

2NR: How do you like being a Playmate?HO: The first time I posed for Playboy was a year and a half ago, and I became a Playmate in June 2004. I love it. They treat everyone like family. They really take care of you.

2NR: Do you have to visit the mansion?HO: I don’t have to, but if I want to, I can. All I have to do is tell them I’m coming, and they’ll accommodate me.

2NR: Do you get noticed now?HO: Yeah, sometimes. All I can say is thank you for talking to me! I like that people know who I am and are brave enough to come up to me. I don’t get that too much so I appreciate it.

2NR: Where can a person find you?HO: You can check my Web site for updates. But when I’m in Los Angeles I’m usually hanging out with my friends in Hermosa Beach. If I were to live [in California], I’d live there.

2NR: So if you could chose to live anywhere …HO: It would be Los Angeles or Tokyo. It has to be a big city. I like New York but it gets too cold in the winter. I love snow but not that much.

2NR: Before you were a model what did you do?HO: I worked at American restaurants, like steakhouses or diners, in Japan to help me learn English. I was forced to study the language because the foreigners couldn’t speak Japanese. I could have gone to school, but I preferred to make money while learning the language.

2NR: What would you have been if you had never modeled?HO: I would have been working for an advertising company making commercials. I actually wanted to do these things really bad. After I posed for Playboy I asked the photographer to give me a chance to be his producer. They noticed that I did well and so they still continue to hire me.

2NR: What model do you remember the most?HO: The first Playmate who comes to mind is Penelope Jimenez. You have to understand that I’m from a very conservative country. I thought she had such a beautiful body, and I wondered why she had to take her clothes off. Now I understand she didn’t take her clothes of to do porn. She shot tasteful pictures that really showed off her gorgeous body. Being nude is an art.

2NR: What is the best part of your body; the part that needs the most improvement, and your home phone number?HO: My waist. My thighs.

2NR: And …HO: And, I’m trying to get muscular. I want tone up. I still want to have curves.

2NR: Do you get to travel a lot?HO: Yeah. I got used to it. I hate unpacking the most. I have luggage from a shoot two weeks ago that’s still sitting there.

2NR: You could just say you are prepared for the next trip. Speaking of npacking … how did you feel taking off your clothes for the first time?HO: I was so nervous. I had never done anything like that before. I didn’t know how to pose either. I pretended to know what I was doing but I blanked out.

2NR: Wow. Every man’s dream: a beautiful, naked woman that you get to pose any way you want!HO: Yeah. All I really wanted to do that day was act cool. I didn’t want the photographer to end up hating me. I am lucky I have a background in jazz dance. I’m really flexible and limber. I can do any pose they ask me to do.

2NR: Yet another shining point.HO: In the end the pictures came out really good.

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The Patsy Cline Collection (4 CD Box Set) @ 320

The Patsy Cline Collection
4 CD Box Set
Mp3 @ 320

A veritable treasure trove of great Patsy music!

Some stone cold classics in here!

They sure don’t make em like PC anymore!

Here the Country Music Foundation offers 104 songs – more than four hours of music! – even though Patsy Cline died at 30 after less than a decade of recording.

Given the wavering quality of her later string-laden work, four CDs might be excessive, but this set comprehensively follows Cline from upstart country boomer to pop diva.

She could take charge of a song from day one, as the two 1954 radio transcriptions prove. On her vibrant late-1950s work, she moves from honky-tonk and rockabilly to soft ballads in commanding fashion. “Walkin After Midnight,” her first hit, features Don Helms’s gentle steel guitar while her vocals blend raw power with emotional vulnerability.

By 1957, vocal groups had entered into the mix, and in 1961, hits such as “I Fall to Pieces,” “She’s Got You,” and Willie Nelson’s “Crazy” brought her pop stardom.


CD 1

01. I’m WalkingThe Dog (Radio Transcription)
02. It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels (Radio Transcription)
03. Turn The Cards Slowly
04. A Church, A Courtroom, And Then Goodbye
05. Honky Tonk Merry Go Round
06. I Love You, Honey
07. Come On In (And Make Yourself At Home)
08. I Don’t Wanta
09. Stop, Look And Listen (Previously Unreleased)
10. I’ve Loved And Lost Again
11. Yes, I Know Why (Radio Transcription)
12. For Rent (Radio Transcription)
13. Walkin’ After Midnight
14. The Heart You Break May Be Your Own
15. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
16. A Poor Man’s Roses (Or A Rich Man’s Gold)
17. Today, Tomorrow And Forever
18. Don’t Ever Leave Me Again
19. Try Again
20. Too Many Secrets
21. Then You’ll Know
22. Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray
23. That Wonderful Someone
24. In Care Of The Blues
25. Hungry For Love
26. I Can’t Forget
27. If I Could See The World (Through The Eyes Of A Child)

CD 2

01. Just Out Of Reach
02. I can See An Angle
03. Let The Teardrops Fall
04. Never No More
05. If I Could Only Stay Asleep
06. I’m Moving Along
07. I’m Blue Again
08. Love,Love,Love Me Honey Do
09. Yes I Understand
10. Gotta Lot Of Rythm In My Sole
11. Life’s Railway To Heaven
12. Just A Closer Walk With Three
13. Lovesick Blues
14. How Can I Face Tomorrow
15. There He Goes
16. Crazy Dreams
17. When Your House Is Not A Home
18. Stupid Cupid
19. Loose Talk
20. I Fall To Pieces
21. Shoes
22. lovin’ In Vain
23. Side By Side
24. True Love
25. San Antonio Rose
26. The Wayward Wind
27. A Poor Man’s Roses (Or A Rich Man’s Gold)

CD 3

01. Crazy
02. Who Can I Count On
03. Seven Lonely Days
04. I Love You So Much It Hurts
05. Foolin’ ‘Round
06. Have You Ever Been Lonley (Have You Ever Been Blue)
07. South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)
08. Walkin’ After Midnight
09. Strange
10. You’re Stronger Than Me
11. Come On In (Make Yourself At Home)
12. A Poor Man’s Roses (Or A Rich Man’s Gold)
13. Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home
14. She’s Got You
15. You Made Me Love You (I Did’nt Want To Do It)
16. You Belong To ME
17. Heartaches
18. Your Cheatin’ Heart
19. That’s My Desire
20. Half As Much
21. Lonely Street
22. Anytime
23. You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love)
24. I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You)
25. You’e Stronger Than Me
26. When I Get Thru With You (You’ll Love Me Too)
27. Imagine That
28. So Wrong

CD 4

01. Why Can’t He Be You
02. Your Kinda Love
03. When You Need A Laugh
04. Leavin’ On Your Mind
05. Back In Baby’s Arms
06. Tra Le La Le Triangle
07. That’s A How Heartache Begins
08. Leavin’ On Your Mind (Radio Transcription)
09. Tennessee Walz (Radio Transcription)
10. Faded Love
11. Someday (You’ll Want Me To Love You)
12. Love Letters In The Sand
13. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
14. Sweet Dreams (Of You)
15. Always
16. Does Your Heart Beat For Me
17. Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home
18. He Called Me Baby
19. Crazy Arms
20. You Took Him Off My Hands
21. I’ll Sail My Ship Alone
22. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

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Patsy Cline – At Her Best vol 1 + 2

Patsy Cline – At Her Best vol 1 + 2
mp3 @ 128 kbs
all artwork included

Not much needs to be said about the great Patsy. Just listen to the wonderful music!

We’ve also come across a wonderful 4 CD box set of her stuff! All thanks to TB!


Vol 1

01 – Let The Teardrops Fall.mp3
02 – Ain’t No Wheels On This Ship.mp3
03 – Walkin’ After Midnight.mp3
04 – If I Could Only Stay Asleep.mp3
05 – I DOn’t Wanna.mp3
06 – Fingerprints.mp3
07 – Too Many Secrets.mp3
08 – Today, Tomorrow And Forever.mp3
09 – Don’t Ever Leave Me Again.mp3
10 – Love, Love, Love Me Honey.mp3
11 – Cry Not For Me.mp3
12 – I’m Blue Again.mp3
13 – I’m Moving Along.mp3
14 – Gotta Lot Of Rhythm In My Soul.mp3
15 – Hungry For Love.mp3
16 – The Heart You Break May Be Your Own.mp3
17 – Never No More.mp3
18 – Dear God.mp3

Vol 2

01 – Stop The World.mp3
02 – I Can See An Angel.mp3
03 – Three Cigarettes (In An Ashtray).mp3
04 – Ive Loved And Lost Again.mp3
05 – I Love You Honey.mp3
06 – Try Again.mp3
07 – Just Out Of Reach.mp3
08 – If I Could See The World (Through The Eyes Of A Child).mp3
09 – Walking Dream.mp3
10 – Yes I Understand.mp3
11 – Hidin’ Out.mp3
12 – Stop Look And Listen.mp3
13 – I Cant Forget.mp3
14 – In Care Of The Blues.mp3
15 – Pick Me Up On Your Way Down.mp3
16 – I Cried All The Way To The Altar.mp3
17 – Honky Tonk Merry Go Round.mp3
18 – Lifes Railway To Heaven.mp3

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Kiss Me You Fool! … by roykeanz


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Volleyball Coach … by roykeanz

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Chet Atkins – Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles

Chet Atkins – Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles

The great Chet with some beautiful interpretations of Fab Four classics! Nice!


01 – I Feel Fine
02 – Yesterday
03 – If I Fell
04 – Can’t Buy Me Love
05 – I’ll Cry Instead
06 – Things We Said Today
07 – A Hard Day’s Night
08 – I’ll Follow the Sun
09 – She’s a Woman
10 – And I Love Her
11 – Michelle
12 – She Loves You

Here be Chet;…

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MENSA Meeting in the Valley … by roykeanz

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Debora & the Dawn … by roykeanz

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Paul Simon – Complete Discography!

Fratan has kindly compile this extensive Discography of Paul Simon albums! Great work Fratan!

Not exactly in the Dylan or Cohen league, but a fine songwriter nevertheless.

Some great stuff in here!




The Paul Simon Songbook (1965)
Paul Simon (1972)
There Goes Rhymin’ Simon (1973)
Paul Simon in Concert: Live Rhymin’ (1974)
Still Crazy After All These Years (1975)
One Trick Pony (1980)
Hearts and Bones (1983)
Graceland (1986)
Negotiations And Love Songs 1971-1986 (1986)
The Rhythm of the Saints (1990)
Paul Simon’s Concert in the Park, August 15, 1991 (1991)
Songs From the Capeman (1997)
You’re the One (2000)
Surprise (2006)


Negotiations and Love Songs 1971-1986 (1990)
Paul Simon 1964-1993 (1993)

Paul Simon Albums:

The Paul Simon Songbook (1965)

1. I Am A Rock
2. Leaves That Are Green
3. A Church Is Burning
4. April Come She Will
5. The Sound Of Silence
6. A Most Peculiar Man
7. He Was My Brother
8. Kathy’s Song
9. The Side Of A Hill
10. A Simple Desultory Philippic (Or How I Was Robert McNamara’d Into Submission)
11. Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall
12. Patterns
13. I Am A Rock
14. A Church Is Burning


Paul Simon: Remastered and Expanded (1972)

1. Mother and Child Reunion
2. Duncan
3. Everything Put Together Falls Apart
4. Run That Body Down
5. Armistice Day
6. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
7. Peace Like a River
8. Papa Hobo
9. Hobo’s Blues
10. Paranoia Blues
11. Congratulations
12. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (demo)
13. Duncan (Demo)
14. Paranoia Blues (Unreleased Version)


There Goes Rhymin’Simon: Remastered and Expanded (1973)

1. Kodachrome
2. Tenderness
3. Take Me to the Mardi Gras
4. Something So Right
5. One Man’s Ceiling Is Another Man’s Floor
6. American Tune
7. Was a Sunny Day
8. Learn How to Fall
9. St. Judy’s Comet
10. Loves Me Like a Rock
11. Let Me Live In Your City
12. Take Me To The Mardi Gras (Acoustic Demo)
13. American Tune (Unfinished Demo)
14. Loves Me Like A Rock (Acoustic Demo)


Paul Simon in Concert: Live Rhymin’ (1974)

1. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
2. Homeward Bound
3. American Tune
4. Condor Pasa (If I Could)
5. Duncan
6. Boxer
7. Mother and Child Reunion
8. Sound of Silence
9. Jesus Is the Answer
10. Bridge over Troubled Water
11. Loves Me Like a Rock
12. America


Still Crazy After All These Years: Remastered and Expanded (1975)

1. Still Crazy After All These Years
2. My Little Town
3. I Do It for Your Love
4. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
5. Night Game
6. Gone at Last
7. Some Folks’ Lives Roll Easy
8. Have a Good Time
9. You’re Kind
10. Silent Eyes
11. Slip Slidin’ Away (demo)
12. Gone At Last (original demo feat Jessy Dixon Singers)


One Trick Pony (1980)

1. Late in the Evening
2. That’s Why God Made the Movies
3. One-Trick Pony
4. How the Heart Approaches What It Yearns
5. Oh, Marion
6. Ace in the Hole
7. Nobody
8. Jonah
9. God Bless the Absentee
10. Long, Long Day


Hearts and Bones (1983)

1. Allergies
2. Hearts and Bones
3. When Numbers Get Serious
4. Think Too Much
5. Song About the Moon
6. Think Too Much
7. Train in the Distance
8. Rene and Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After the War
9. Cars Are Cars
10. Late Great Johnny Ace


Graceland: Remastered and Expanded (1986)

1. Boy in the Bubble
2. Graceland
3. I Know What I Know
4. Gumboots
5. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
6. You Can Call Me Al
7. Under African Skies
8. Homeless
9. Crazy Love, Volume II
10. That Was Your Mother
11. All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints
12. Homeless (demo)
13. Diamonds On the Soles of her Shoes (Unreleased Version)
14. All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints (Early Version)


The Rhythm of the Saints: Remastered and Expanded (1990)

1. Obvious Child
2. Can’t Run But
3. Coast
4. Proof
5. Further To Fly
6. She Moves On
7. Born At The Right Time
8. Cool Cool River
9. Spirit Voices
10. Rhythm Of The Saints
11. Born At The Right Time
12. Thelma
13. Coast
14. Spirit Voices


Paul Simon’s Concert in the Park: August 15th 1991 (1991)

Disc: 1
1. Obvious Child
2. Boy In The Bubble
3. She Moves On
4. Kodachrome
5. Born At The Right Time
6. Train In The Distance
7. Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard
8. I Know What I Know
9. Cool Cool River
10. Bridge Over Troubled Water
11. Proof
12. Coast
13. Graceland
14. You Can Call Me Al
15. Still Crazy After All These Years
16. Loves Me Like A Rock
17. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes
18. Hearts And Bones
19. Late In The Evening
20. America
21. Boxer
22. Cecelia
23. Sound Of Silence

Disc: 2
1. Coast
2. Graceland
3. You Can Call Me Al
4. Still Crazy After All These Years
5. Loves Me Like A Rock
6. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes
7. Hearts And Bones
8. Late In The Evening
9. America
10. Boxer
11. Cecelia
12. Sound Of Silence


Songs From the Capeman: Remastered and Expanded (1997)

1. Adios Hermanos
2. Born in Puerto Rico
3. Satin Summer Nights
4. Bernadette
5. Vampires
6. Quality
7. Can I Forgive Him
8. Sunday Afternoon
9. Killer Wants to Go to College
10. Time Is an Ocean
11. Virgil
12. Killer Wants to Go to College, No. 2
13. Trailways Bus
14. Shoplifting Clothes
15. Born in Puerto Rico [Demo Version] – José Feliciano, Paul Simon
16. Can I Forgive Him [Original Demo]


You’re the One (2000)

1. That’s Where I Belong
2. Darling Lorraine
3. Old
4. You’re The One
5. Teacher
6. Look At That
7. Senorita With A Necklace Of Tears
8. Love
9. Pigs Sheep And Wolves
10. Hurricane Eye
11. Quiet


Surprise (2006)

1. How Can You Live In The Northeast
2. Everything About It Is A Love Song
3. Outrageous
4. Sure Don’t Feel Like Love
5. Wartime Prayers
6. Beautiful
7. I Don’t Believe
8. Another Galaxy
9. Once Upon A Time There Was An Ocean
10. That’s Me
11. Father And Daughter


Paul Simon Compilations:

Negotiations and Love Songs 1971-1986 (1990)

1. Mother and Child Reunion
2. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
3. Something So Right
4. St. Judy’s Comet
5. Loves Me Like a Rock
6. Kodachrome
7. Have a Good Time
8. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
9. Still Crazy After All These Years
10. Late in the Evening
11. Slip Slidin’ Away
12. Hearts and Bones
13. Train in the Distance
14. Rene and Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After the War
15. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
16. You Can Call Me Al


Paul Simon 1964-1993 (1993)

Disc 1
1. Leaves That Are Green
2. The Sound Of Silence
3. Kathy’s Song
4. America
5. Cecilia
6. El Condor Pasa
7. The Boxer
8. Mrs. Robinson
9. Bridge Over Troubled Water (Demo)
10. Bridge Over Troubled Water
11. The Breakup
12. Hey, Schoolgirl
13. My Little Town
14. Me And Julio Down By The School Yard
15. Peace Like A River
16. Mother And Child Reunion
17. Congratulations
18. Duncan
19. American Tune

Disc 2
1. Loves Me Like A Rock
2. Tenderness
3. Kodachrome
4. Gone At Last
5. Take Me To The Mardi Gras
6. St. Judy’s Comet
7. Something So Right
8. Still Crazy After All These Years (Live)
9. Have A Good Time
10. Jonah
11. How The Heart Approaches What It Yearns
12. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
13. Slip Slidin’ Away
14. Late In The Evening
15. Hearts And Bones
16. Rene And Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The War
17. The Late Great Johnny Ace

Disc 3
1. The Boy In A Bubble
2. Graceland
3. Under African Skies
4. That Was Your Mother
5. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes
6. You Can Call Me Al
7. Homeless
8. Spirit Voices
9. The Obvious Child
10. Can’t Run But
11. Thelma
12. Further To Fly
13. She Moves On
14. Born At The Right Time (Live)
15. The Cool, Cool River (Live)
16. The Sound Of Silence (Live)


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BIG GUITARS FROM TEXAS :Trash, Twang, & Thunder (1985)

BIG GUITARS FROM TEXAS :Trash, Twang, & Thunder (1985)
The local punk scene was hoppin’, and thanks to Stevie Ray Vaughan and others Austin’s long suffering roots ‘n’ blues scene was finally getting some national recognition…

… A bevy of six-string wizards known collectively as Big Guitars From Texas made a couple of records that celebrated the joy of ax.

Virtually everybody who was anyone back then participated; Big Guitars From Texas ” Trash, Twang, & Thunder” featured Frankie Camaro (Dino Lee, Dragstrip, Moto-X), Don Leady (LeRoi Bros, Tail Gators), Evan Johns (Leroi Bros, H Bombs), Danny Freeman (Southern Feeling, Cobras, Lou Ann Barton), Drummer Mike Buck (Fab T-Birds, LeRoi Bros) and Bassist Keith Ferguson (Fab T-Birds, Tail Gators).

The songs covered a wide range of styles and were strictly instrumental.


03.The Lost Incas
04.Shanghai Cobra
05.The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
06.Guitar Army
08.Ride Of The Ruthless
09.Bulldoggin’ Boogie
11.Do The Dootz
13.Near East Beast
14.Riot At Huntsville

Here be big guitars

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The Railway Children – Reunion Wilderness [1987]

The Railway Children – Reunion Wilderness [1987]
Mp3 @ 192kbps

Nice LP from a UK indie band I useta like a lot back in the eighties. This was their rather good debut released on Manchester’s Factory Label.

When younger, I also liked the 1970 movie – after which they are named – also! Mmmmm … Jenny Agutter!!

In 1984, Gary Newby, Brian Bateman, Guy Keegan, and Stephen Hull formed The Railway Children. Factory Records recorded this, their debut album, Reunion Wilderness in 1987, which topped the UK independent chart along with their second single ‘Brighter’.

They left Factory shortly after and were signed to Virgin Records.

The next year, the band released their second album, Recurrence, to little commercial success. In 1990, they released Native Place, an album that incorporated some elements of the current club music trends in England at the time. “Every Beat of the Heart” became a Top 40 hit in the UK with a peak at #24, and the song became a #1 hit on the newly-founded Modern Rock Tracks chart in the U.S.

In 1992, EMI took over Virgin Records, and the band left the label. Two years later, the original line-up broke up, leaving Newby to continue alone. Newby has since released two albums as The Railway Children: “Dream Arcade” (1997 Ether Records) and Gentle Sound (2002 Ether Records) as well as a “Rarities” album in 2007 available only by download from his official site:

AS for the other members – Keegan later had a spell in the Wigan based folk-rock band, The Tansads while Gary Newby now resides in Japan, writing/arranging music and lyrics for several major Japanese artists including Anna Tsuchiya and Every Little Thing.

When the members were still teenagers, the group began releasing singles on Factory Records. Recalling the intricate guitar pop of the Smiths, their singles evoked the ringing hooks of `60s British pop and the post-punk pop attitude of the `80s. The band released their debut album, Reunion Wilderness, in 1987; the album led to a contract with Virgin Records – this is the re-mastered reissue of that album with two bonus trax.


A swooning, melancholy guitar pop band of the first order… who were meant to be Factory Records answer to the Smiths… they weren’t, but they were The Railway Children and that is nothing to live down. Every doomed small town poet who looked great in a raincoat… starts here. (Brighter)


Best Discovery…The Railway Children. A tremendous late-80s/early 90s Factory act, with enough Smiths influence to make you miss the real Johnny Marr less. I highly recommend their debut “Reunion Wilderness”, especially if you can track down the 2001 re-release.



01 – Another Town
02 – First Notebook
03 – Railroad Side
04 – Careful
05 – Brighter
06 – Big Hands of Freedom
07 – Listen On
08 – Gentle Sound
09 – Content

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Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – Pig Lib (2003)

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The sophomore solo outing from Malkmus is a rather good slice of alternative music. It ain’t Pavement. But not much is!

His second solo album embraces the classic rock ensemble featuring a delectable array of antecedents inform the music herein, from Irish prog-folk greats Mellow Candle to the Jazz inflected musings of Kevin Ayers and Lol Coxhill to some of the more outro moments on Pavements weirdest album, Wowee Zowee.

As an indie paragon since the early ’90s, it’s inevitable that Stephen Malkmus would want to make music that falls closer to traditional rock.

His second solo album is the logical extension of those moments when Pavement cautiously approached the classic-rock canon, albeit from an oblique angle. Initially, it’s hard-going for listeners. Where Malkmus’s self-titled debut accentuated his flirtatious, pop-friendly inclinations, Pig Lib is gnarlier and more expansive.

At times, it’s uncharacteristically earnest, as if Malkmus was trying to defuse those usual jibes of archness with a sustained bout of jamming. Persevere, though, and Pig Lib’s excellence is revealed. The two most obvious influences on spindly, febrile epics like “1% of One” and “Witch Mountain Bridge” are Television and Fairport Convention; Malkmus is particularly proficient at highlighting the affinities between New York art punk and British folk-rock through his notably improved guitar playing.

Less rock-oriented souls, meanwhile, will be heartened by evidence of his continuing Ray Davies fetish on “Vanessa from Queens” and, especially, the “Waterloo Sunset”-styled “Craw Song.” This is an album that, if lived with and nurtured, amply repays the kindness.

-John Mulvey

If you haven’t already heard it, I’m about to tell you about one of the greatest secrets of the 90’s, and that secret is an album called Wowee Zowee. Chances are, if you’re a fan of Malkmus’s at all you’ve heard of Pavement and subsequently heard of Wowee Zowee. If you haven’t, or if you’re one of those people who always listens to the critics, then you have not heard this album. Like every album I’ve ever loved, this one doesn’t taste too good at first. It has an unusual flavor, then you get to that strange aftertaste. It’s on your tongue, and you try everything to get it off. Once it’s gone, you start thinking about it, and you’re hooked. I really liked Slanted, Crooked Rain was really good, but Wowee Zowee killed me. Knocked me on the KEISTER! Right, I said Keister, and I may not have even spelled it right. The following Pavement discs were a little boring with hotspots. The first solo was really good, but this album is a return to that Wowee Zowee feel. It’s as if Malkmus heard me when I said Wowee Zowee never got it’s due as one of the best albums of all time…let’s shake it around shake it around!!!
1 minute intro.

1) Water & a Seat–has those twisty Malkmus lyrics. Great shifts in tempo, great harmonies, and the structure is pure Wowee Zowee.

2) Ramp of Death–probably my 2nd least favorite on the album. not much structure. Failure straight forward. Crooked Rain Crooked Rain fans will enjoy this song more.

3) (Do not Feed The) Oyster–Best Song on the Album. Great structure. Love the refrain.

4) Vanessa from Queens–best lyrics

5) Sheets–It takes all night to get off you. Not exactly the double-entendres we’ve grown used to from Stevie. Seriously, this is a really good song.

6) Animal Midnight–Sacrifice for you is just flirtation.

7) Dark Wave–Swirling heavier song. It’s all right. The refrain catches you and will stick in your head like peanut butter. It’s probably the heaviest song on the first disc.

8) Witch Mountain Bridge–Something else that could’ve come from Crooked Rain, it’s more of that laid back corduroy feel to it.

9) Craw Song–This is another song that makes you feel like you get your money’s worth. There are some songs like these that you get from Malkmus that are distinctly Malmus. Maybe they’re influenced by someone else. Maybe someone else will be influenced by this song, but no one can duplicate these flavors Malkmus brings to songs like these. Incredible!!!

10) 1% of One–Far Too long and Far too instrumental. This is the worst song on the disc. I know I know. Everybody else…

11) Us–Great closure to a nearly perfect album.

12) Dynamic Calories–Everything on this second disc is gold.

13) Fractions and Feelings–This is best on the 2nd disc and perhaps the third best song overall. Man, I’m a Malkmus nerd! I can rank these songs off the top of my head.

14) Old Jerry–One of those softer Malkmus songs for which you have to be in the mood.

15) The Poet and the Witch–Classic ragged Wowee Zowee structure. Hard Soft. Angst ridden Malkmus voice. I love it when he gets into displaying his vocal range on songs like this that dance with the vocals.

16) Shake it Around–Reminds me of the B-side Cherry Area. Both great rockin’ songs. Hard-charging, machismo on fire

By Mud Pyramid “rilaly”


1. Water And A Seat
2. Ramp of Death
3. (Do Not Feed The) Oyster
4. Vanessa From Queens
5. Sheets
6. Animal Midnight
7. Dark Wave
8. Witch Mountain Bridge
9. Craw Song
10. 1% Of One
11. Us

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Bob Dylan & Tom Petty – Duelling Banjos

Bob Dylan & Tom Petty – Dueling Banjos

mp3/vbr240/133mb / RS / covers included

Is it possible I’ve not posted anything pertaining to his Bobness in a long time!

Fucking Hell! I’m sorry your Bobness!! Please don’t smite me down!! (also please tell me what smite might mean!)


This one’s a great recording of Bob supported by Petty & the Heartbreakers.

The tracks are culled from two shows held at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia on February 24-25, 1986 as well as a single track recorded a few months later at Tacoma, Washington – on July 31, 1986.

In his magnificent “Chronicles Vol 1” Dylan described this period as creatively his worst ever. It doesn’t sound that way on this CD though.


This is as good a quality as live concerts get. As it was mastered directly from a Westwood One CD for broadcast, the quality is utter perfection.

The band (Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers) are polished to brilliance. Dylan’s vocals are up front and right in your face. His delivery is flawless on every song.

This show is truly a must-have.

The only flaws in this incredible CD is in packaging. To start with, the title ‘Dueling’ itself is misspelled. The date and venue listed on the back cover and on the CD is wrong. The photo and aesthetics are weak. There have been other releases of this compilation, but for some reason, most have problems with packaging.


Positively Fourth Street
All Along The Watchtower*
Masters Of War
I’ll Remember You
I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know
Bye Bye Johnny [Petty]
Breakdown [Petty]
Just Like A Woman
Blowin’ In The Wind
That Lucky Old Sun
So You Want To Be A R-n-R Star [Petty]
Spike [Petty]
Like A Rolling Stone
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Westwood One Superstars In Concert Radio disc released to air: August 30, 1986
The songs are edited from the two shows at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia; February 24-25, 1986 except *Tacoma, Washington USA; July 31, 1986

Here be God and Tom!

covers included
Part 1

Part 2

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Bruce Springsteen Live – Dancing in the Parc – Paris 1985

Bruce Springsteen Live – Dancing in the Parc
Parc De La Courneuve – Paris, France
June 29th, 1985

Great show with some great songs belted out!

That’s not a Status Quo track in there, is it?

Springsteen 1985 Paris – Shut out the Light

From: rollingthunder2001


01 Born in the USA
05 Atlantic City
06 Shut Out the Light
07 The River
08 Working on the Highway
09 Trapped
10 Darlington County
11 Glory Days
12 The Promised Land
13 My Hometown
14 Thunder Road
15 Cover Me
16 Dancing in the Dark
17 Hungry Heart
18 Cadillac Ranch
19 Downbound Train
20 I’m on Fire
21 Because the Night
22 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
23 Can’t Help Falling in Love
24 Born to Run
25 Bobby Jean
26 Ramrod
27 Twist and Shout_Do You Love Me
28 Rockin’ All over the World

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July 30, 2008 Posted by | Bruce Springsteen, Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, the E Street Band, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Chameleons – Script Of The Bridge [2008, 25th Ann. Ed.]

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The Chameleons – Script Of The Bridge [2008, 25th Ann. Ed.]

The reissue of this 1983 post-punk classic is a wonderful surprise and an opportunity to revisit a band I loved back in the 80’s !

This is a real classic of the era and it’s wonderful to hear it again, remastered and expanded.

Yes, this is the 2008 digitally remastered two-CD release, the 25th anniversary pressing of the Manchester band’s brilliant debut album containing a bonus CD that includes three bonus tracks and a live concert recorded in Bremen, 1983.

This one features 27 tracks total including ‘Don’t Fall’, ‘Less Than Human’ and ‘Up The Down Escalator’. It also includes special 16 page booklet designed by the band.

With two years, numerous radio sessions, and incessant gigging under their belts since their debut single, “In Shreds,” the Chameleons came to the studio determined to make a great first album with Script of the Bridge.

To say they succeeded would be like saying Shakespeare did pretty well with that one Hamlet play of his. Script remains a high-water mark of what can generally be called post-punk music, an hour’s worth of one amazing song after another, practically a greatest-hits record on its own: the John Lennon tribute “Here Today,” “Monkeyland,” “Pleasure and Pain,” “Paper Tigers,” “As High as You Can Go,” the breathtaking closer, “View From a Hill.”

Starting with the passionate fire of “Don’t Fall,” Script showcases how truly inventive, unique, and distinctly modern rock & roll could exist, instead of relentlessly rehashing the past to little effect. The scalpel-sharp interplay between the musicians is a sheer wonder to behold, the Dave Fielding/Reg Smithies guitar team provoke nothing but superlatives throughout, and John Lever and Mark Burgess make a perfect rhythm section — while the crisp production of Colin Richardson and the band adds delicate synth lines and shadings, courtesy of early touring keyboardist Alistair Lewthwaite, and just the right amount of reverb and effects on the guitars.

Add to that the words of Burgess, one of the few lyricists out there who can tackle Big Issues while retaining a human, personal touch, and it all just adds up perfectly. The best one-two punch comes from “Second Skin,” a complex, beautifully arranged and played reflection on the meaning of music and fandom, and “Up the Down Escalator,” an at once harrowing and thrilling antinuclear/mainstream politics slam.

Ned Raggett (AllMusicGuide)

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CD 1
01 Don’t Fall 4:06
02 Here Today 3:58
03 Monkeyland 5:18
04 Second Skin 6:51
05 Up the Down Escalator 3:58
06 Less Than Human 4:13
07 Pleasure and Pain 5:11
08 Thursday’s Child 3:33
09 As High as You Can Go 3:36
10 A Person Isn’t Safe Anywhere These Days 5:44
11 Paper Tigers 4:17
12 View From a Hill 6:40

CD 2

01 In Shreds (Previously Unreleased Version) 4:10
02 Dear Dead Days (Previously Unreleased Version) 4:31
03 Things I Wish I Said (Previously Unreleased Version) 5:12

Live In Concert, Bremen 1983:
04 Don’t Fall 3:49
05 Here Today 3:51
06 Thursday’s Child 3:47
07 A Person Isn’t Safe Anywhere These Days 4:49
08 Less Than Human 4:01
09 Pleasure and Pain 4:32
10 Second Skin 6:01
11 Paper Tigers 4:08
12 Monkeyland 4:56
13 Singing Rule Britannia 4:19
14 Up the Down Escalator 3:59
15 View From a Hill 6:17

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