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OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]


OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]
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This is a stunning eclectic collection of marvellous music I bought soon after it came out and thoroughly enjoyed!

Until some bimbo I was dating back then, borrowed the CD and lost it!

Subtitled; “A Collection of Music to Accompany David Toop’s book, Ocean of Sound,” this two disc set is like no other music collection you’ve ever heard!

We are grateful to isupplythecountrywithbutter

David Toop (born 5 May 1949) is an English musician and author, and as of 2001 was visiting Research Fellow in the Media School at London College of Communication. He was notably a member of The Flying Lizards. He was a prominent contributor to the British magazine The Face. He is a regular contributor to The Wire, the U.K. based music magazine.

Toop published his pioneering book on hip hop, Rap Attack, in 1984. Eleven years later, Ocean of Sound appeared, described as Toop’s “poetic survey of contemporary musical life from Debussy through Ambient, Techno, and drum ‘n’ bass.”

Since the 1970s, Toop has also been a significant presence on the British experimental and improvised music scene, collaborating with Max Eastley, Brian Eno, Scanner, and others. In 2001, Toop curated the sound art exhibition Sonic Boom, and the following year, he curated a 2-CD collection entitled Not Necessarily Enough English Music: A Collection of Experimental Music from Great Britain, 1960-1977.


The rather scholarly Toop, back in the mid nineties, produced a wonderful book on the origins and diaspora of modern music – focusing on ambient/ minimalist music – and also complied a masterful music collection to illustrate his themes and concepts.

Amazon.com describes Toop’s amazing book as;

“A member of a radical editorial collective on the cutting edge of British music criticism in the 1970s, later a critic for more standard papers, including the Times, David Toop’s second book covers a vast expanse of music. His tour-de-force survey describes a dissonant and invigorating clash of music and noise from western classical to Javanese gamelan, from Claude Debussy to Miles Davis to Brian Eno, from disco to techno to ambient. He discusses the changes in our sound world caused by the global reach of radio and recordings, and shows himself a rigorous pluralist, open to all styles and forms, but unafraid to offer robust criticism in any musical sphere.”

Altered States iii, Crystal World excerpt

In their search for absolutes, a number of music critics have looked to Riley as the definitive starting point for various trends: minimalism, extreme repetition, all-night trance improvisations and tape-delay systems.

Pieces such as In C, A Rainbow In Curved Air, and Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band were important in their time because they signalled two important changes in the way the worlds of music and comerce worked.

One: a composer was writing pieces which had grooves and improvised around modes (just like John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Frank Zappa and half the rock bands in Psychedelia), which sounded as if psychotropics had been involved at some stage of the compositional process, which explored new technology and studio processing. Two: the albums were packaged by Columbia as rock albums, despite being on the Masterworks series, so implying that the razor wire dividing so-called classical, rock, jazz, art and commerce had been cut in a few places. Never mind the embarrasing occurence of hippie-speak on the In C sleevenotes – ‘No preconceptions, you just dig it’ – the sort of thing that Oliver Stone might exhume for another chapter of his Sixties revisionism.

The music, as musicians and sleevenote writes love to say, spoke for itself. Essentially modest, Riley downplays all of this. After all, his contribution to the late 20th Century mix emerged out of collaborative work and improvisations with La Monte Young, Pauline Oliveros and Chet Baker.

After the first flush of enthusiasm for minimalism and systems music, Riley and Young tended to be dismissed as old hippies, past their peak, while Philip Glass, Steve Reich, John Adams and Michael Nyman slid with varying degrees of compositional credibility into a new orthodoxy of avant-garde populism.

But as Riley says, life goes in cycles. Suddenly, the open works of Riley and Young seem more expansive, more useful to the fractured nature of music in the Nineties than all that knitting machine repetitiveness and it’s mutations.

— David Toop excerpt from his book “Ocean of Sound” published by Serpents Tail

Like the book, the discs cover an incredible array of sound and music. From Erik Satie to John Cage, to Ornette Coleman to Les Baxter to My Bloody Valentine to The Velvet Underground to Aphex Twin to Miles Davis to Brian Eno ! And loads more wonderfully eclectic music!

All your common or garden left of field “weird” music (well, weird to Robbie Williams fans anyway!)

But then there’s the really weird stuff!

Yap, we also get some strange but compelling stuff – sounds of Bearded Seals, recordings of Howler Monkeys (not a band, like the awful Arctic Monkeys! In fact, not a band at all!), sounds from a Buddhist Ceremony ….. you name it, it’s here!

Rather strangely, Howler Monkeys sound far better than Arctic Monkeys !!!

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Track Listing

Disc 1

King Tubby – Dub Fi Gwan
Herbie Hancock – Rain Dance
Aphex Twin – Analogue Bubblebath
Jon Hassell – Empire III
Ujang Survana – Sorban Palid
Claude Debussy – Prelude A L Apres ‘Midi D Un Faune’
Les Baxter – Sunken City
My Bloody Valentine – Loomer
Brian Eno – Lizard Point
Shunie Omizutori Buddhist Ceremony
The Vancouver Soundscape – The Music Of Horns And Whistles
Howler Monkeys
Peter Brotzmann Octet – Machine Gun
Harold Budd – Bismillahi ‘Rrahmani Rrahim’


Disc 2


Miles Davis – Black Satin
Terry Riley – Extract From Poppy Nogood “All Night Flight”
Detty Kurina – Coyor Panon
Ornette Coleman – Virgin Beauty
John Zorn/David Toop – Chen Pe I Pe I
Paul Schutze – Rivers Of Mercury
The Velvet Underground – I Heard Her Call My Name
Bearded Seals
Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers – Boat-Woman-Song
The Beach Boys – Fall Breaks Back Into Winter (Woody Woodpecker Symphony)
African Headcharge – Faraway Chant
Sun Ra – Cosmo Enticement
Music Improvisation Company – Untitled
Deep Listening Band – Seven-Up
John Cage – In A Landscape
Erik Satie – Vexations
Suikinkutsu Water Chime

Here she be:

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Rapidshare Download Disc 2

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October 1, 2008 Posted by | Erik Sati, John Cage, Miles Davis, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Experimental, My Bloody Valentine, Ornette Coleman, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

My Bloody Valentine – It’s Anything (Remastered) 2008

My Bloody Valentine – It’s Anything (Remastered) – 2008
Release Date: 2008/09/29
Label: Sonybmg
Genre: Shoegaze, Noise Pop

This one’s a stone cold motherfucking classic!!

MBV have remastered both this and Loveless, so now it’s even fucking better!

After a ten-year hiatus, the legendary My Bloody Valentine finally gave the fans what they wanted and announced plans to reform in 2008, prompting the re-release and remaster of this, their debut album.

Although ‘Isn’t Anything’ was somewhat eclipsed in importance and influence by the follow-up ‘Loveless’, it still remains a towering achievement and an interesting document of the band’s early creativity.

More fuzz-pop than shoegaze, ‘Isn’t Anything’ is something of a curio in that it bridges the gap between the My Bloody Valentine jangle-pop incarnation and the all-conquering revolutionaries they became.

Isn’t Anything was the official debut album by My Bloody Valentine, released in November 1988 after three years of their issuing EPs and mini-LPs.

Stylistically the music is like a mixture of Black Sabbath, Brian Wilson, John Cage, the Ramones, Johann Sebastian Bach, the Velvet Underground, Charlie Manson, Church choirs, chainsaws, screaming orgasms and baby angels!!

Helmed by chief songwriter Kevin Shields, along with fellow founding member, drummer Colm O’Ciosoig, the band’s lineup during their heyday included singer-guitarist Bilinda Butcher and bassist Debbie Googe.

This album reinvented music in Britain. Soon every shitty band and their dog were trying to copy it!

This isn’t anything but majestic seminal music!

From the ‘good news’ drawer, which is usually empty, we hear that Shields recently announced that My Bloody Valentine will reunite in 2008. I can’t fucking wait!
You can read all about MBV here; wiki/My_Bloody_Valentine

We’ve posted a few MBV collections before – including the full My Bloody Valentine studio Discography!

Tracklisting

1. “Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)” (Kevin Shields, Colm O’Ciosoig) – 2:21

2. “Lose My Breath” (Bilinda Butcher, Shields) – 3:37

3. “Cupid Come” (Butcher, Shields) – 4:27

4. “(When You Wake) You’re Still in a Dream” (O’Ciosoig, Shields) – 3:16

5. “No More Sorry” (Butcher, Shields) – 2:48

6. “All I Need” (Shields) – 3:04

7. “Feed Me With Your Kiss” (Shields) – 3:54

8. “Sueisfine” (Shields, O’Ciosoig) – 2:12

9. “Several Girls Galore” (Butcher, Shields) – 2:21

10. “You Never Should” (Shields) – 3:21

11. “Nothing Much to Lose” (Shields) – 3:16

12. “I Can See It (But I Can’t Feel It)” (Shields) – 3:10

Here she be

MBldVlalntn-ISNTANYTHNGRmstrd.rar



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September 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

My Bloody Valentine – Loads of Bootlegs, Rarities and other stuff

Do we like My Bloody Valentine?

No, we don’t like My Bloody Valentine! We fucking love them!

My Bloody Valentine were/are a truly innovative and influential band.

Their sound was ripped off left, right and centre, especially in the rather awful shoegazing period!

The Irish Times recently published an All-Time Top 40 Irish Albums list and Loveless by My Bloody Valentine is at No.1!

MBV have been around a long time now. Colm Cusack (before he was known by his Gaelic name Colm O’Ciosoig) and Kevin Shields had met in the late 1970s as teenagers in Dublin and joined a local punk rock band named The Complex.

Towards the end of 1983, Shields and O’Ciosoig formed their own band with singer Dave Conway. Conway, who went by the stage name Dave Stelfox, suggested names such as Burning Peacocks before they settled on My Bloody Valentine.

The band’s initial line up was completed by Conway’s girlfriend Tina, who played keyboards. Like Madonna, Tina never had a surname!

You can read all about MBV here; wiki/My_Bloody_Valentine

We’ve posted a few MBV collections before – including the full My Bloody Valentine studio Discography!

And now, we offer a shitload of more wonderful MBV stuff!

Yes indeed friends, here we have some some collections of rarities, a slew of live and other bootlegs … and a tribute album!

A wet dream for the real MBV fan!

My Bloody Valentine – Rarities and Bootlegs

Dingwalls Live (1988)

01 – Intro (‘if you want to see a real band’)
02 – Emptiness Inside
03 – Sueisfine
04 – Kiss The Eclipse
05 – ‘excuse the out of tuneness’
06 – Paint A Rainbow
07 – ‘talk to me’
08 – (Please) Lose Youreslf In Me
09 – Slow
10 – ‘smash the place up’
11 – Lovelee Sweet Darlene
12 – Cigarette In Your Bed
13 – You Made Me Realise
14 – Clair

http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=G850KLD3

Live – Ulturzentrum, Oldenburg (1988)

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TTdIa3NRQ3RRWUkwTVE9PQ

Live – Hanau, West Germany.(1988)

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TTdFZUNpeFU4NVZjR0E9PQ

Live Boston axis (1989)

01 – emptiness inside
02 – you never should
03 – cigarette in your bed
04 – sueisfine
05 – cupid come
06 – lose my breath
07 – nothing much to lose
08 – thorn
09 – soft as snow (but warm inside)
10 – feed me with your kiss
11 – (when you wake) you’re still in a dream
12 – slow
13 – you made me realize
14 – lovelee sweet darlene

http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=U6DTHSOP

Live- Barbue, Copenhagen (1989)

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TTdGanZqY1M0b0EwTVE9PQ


Loom (Live)

01 – When You Sleep
02 – I Only Said
03 – Only Shallow
04 – Slow
05 – Nothing Much To Lose
06 – Noise
07 – Blow A Wish
08 – You never should
09 – Feed Me With Your Kiss

http://rapidshare.com/files/83025416/my_bloody_valentine_-_loom__live_.rar


Live- Brixton Academy (1992)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=r3b8hm30

Live Los Angeles (1992)

01 – Intro
02 – When you sleep
03 – Only shallow
04 – I only said
05 – Slow
06 – Nothing much to loose
07 – You never should
08 – Blown a wish
09 – Honey power
10 – Soon
11 – To Here knows when
12 – Feed me with your kiss
13 – You made me realise

http://www.zshare.net/download/1193530453055586/

Live at Slims San Francisco

01 – When you sleep
02 – Only Shallow
03 – I only said
04 – Slow
05 – Nothing much to lose
06 – You never should
07 – Blown a wish
08 – Honey power
09 – Soon
10 – To here knows when
11 – Feed me with your kiss
12 – You made me realise

http://rapidshare.com/files/111344169/My_Bloody_Valentine_-_Live_at_Slim_s_San_Francisco.rar.html

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Things left behind

01 – No place to go
02 – Moonlight
03 – Love machine
04 – Sandman never sleeps
05 – Lovele sweet darlene
06 – By danger in your eyes
07 – On another rainy saturday
08 – We’re so beautiful
09 – Sunny Sundae Smile
10 – Paint a rainbow
11 – Kiss the eclipse
12 – Silvie’s head
13 – Strawberry Wine
14 – Never say goodbye
15 – Can i touch you

http://rapidshare.com/files/87032060/my_bloody_valentine_-_things_left_behind.rar.html

My Bloody Valentine – Rarities & Edit Songs (Web compilation)

01 – Incidental One (Interlude) (ft. Mark Eitzel) (Edit)
02 – Incidental Peace (ft. Skylab) (Edit)
03 – Instrumental A (Edit)
04 – Moonlight (Edit)
05 – No Place To Go (Edit)
06 – On Another Rainy Saturday
07 – Paint A Rainbow
08 – Slow (Edit)
09 – Soon (Edit)
10 – Strawberry Wine (Edit)
11 – Sylvie’s Head (Edit)

http://sharebee.com/94511f44

My Bloody Valentine – More Rarities

01 – Slow
02 – Thorn
03 – Cigarette in your bed
04 – We have all the time in the world
05 – Sugar
06 – Emptiness inside
07 – I need no trust
08 – Glider
09 – Dont ak me why
10 – Off your face
12 – Never say goodbye
13 – Can i touch you
14 – She loves you no less
15 – The things i miss
16 – I dont need you
17 – (You’re) Safe In Your Sleep (From This Girl)
18 – Clair
19 – You’ve Got Nothing
20 – (Please) Lose Yourself In Me
21 – Instrumental A
22 – Instrumental B
23 – Map Ref. 41 N. 93 W. (Wire cover)

http://rapidshare.com/files/114494606/My_Bloody_Valentine_-_Rarities.rar.html

Bubblegum & Cigarettes

01 – no place to go
02 – moonlight
03 – love machine
04 – sandman never sleeps
05 – lovelee sweet darlene
06 – by the danger in your eyes
07 – another rainy saturday
08 – we’re so beautiful
09 – sunny sundae smile
10 – paint a rainbow
11 – kiss the eclipse
12 – sylvie’s head

http://sharebee.com/8ed9da0c

Suicide is Fine – Tribute to My Bloody Valentine (2002)

Spanish indiepop bands play MBV songs. Very good!

http://rapidshare.com/files/26237546/va_-__2002__suicide_is_fine_-_tribute_to_my_bloody_valentine.rar

All thanks to the original posters

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September 8, 2008 Posted by | Kevin Shields, MUSIC, Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine | 2 Comments

My Bloody Valentine – Discography

Do we like My Bloody Valentine?

No, we don’t like My Bloody Valentine! We fucking love them!

My Bloody Valentine were/are a truly innovative and influential band.

Their sound was ripped off left, right and centre, especially in the rather awful shoegazing period!

The Irish Times recently published an All-Time Top 40 Irish Albums list and Loveless by My Bloody Valentine is at No.1!

MBV have been around a long time now. Colm Cusack (before he was known by his Gaeilic name Colm O’Ciosoig) and Kevin Shields had met in the late 1970s as teenagers in Dublin and joined a local punk rock band named The Complex.

Towards the end of 1983, Shields and O’Ciosoig formed their own band with singer Dave Conway. Conway, who went by the stage name Dave Stelfox, suggested names such as Burning Peacocks before they settled on My Bloody Valentine.

The band’s initial line up was completed by Conway’s girlfriend Tina, who played keyboards. Like Madonna, Tina never had a surname!

You can read all about MBV here; wiki/My_Bloody_Valentine

A great track from MBV’s infamous and somewhat maligned last album Loveless (in their original incarnation, anyway!)

My Bloody Valentine – Only Shallow

We’ve posted a few MBV collections before …

And now, we offer a shitload of more wonderful MBV stuff!

Yes indeed friends, here we have the full My Bloody Valentine studio Discography of albums, EPs and compilations.

A wet dream for the real MBV fan!

BTW … Ever wondered about the configuration of pedal equipment used by Kevin Shields??! Well, wonder no more!! …..

My Bloody Valentine – Discography

MBV have released two studio albums, eight singles, ten extended plays, and one compilation album.

This list does not include material performed by members or former members of My Bloody Valentine that was recorded as Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions, Primal Scream or related sideprojects.

Studio albums

1988 Isn’t Anything
* Released: November 1988
* Label: Creation Records
* Formats: CD, cassette, vinyl

1991 Loveless
* Released: November 4, 1991
* Label: Creation Records
* Formats: CD, cassette, vinyl

Compilations

1989 Ecstasy and Wine
* Label: Lazy records
* Released: November, 1989
* Format: CD, vinyl

EPs

1985 This Is Your Bloody Valentine
1985 Geek!
1986 The New Record by My Bloody Valentine
1986 Sunny Sundae Smile
1987 Strawberry Wine
1987 Ecstasy
1988 You Made Me Realise
1988 Feed Me with Your Kiss
1990 Glider
1990 Glider Remixes
1991 Tremolo


My Bloody Valentine – This Is Your Bloody Valentine (1985)

We’ve got a mini-LP we made in Berlin in ’84, pre-Mary Chain, … with all our traits there – feedback thrash.

Already posted here: This Is Your Bloody Valentine

My Bloody Valentine – Geek! (1985)

Geek! was the second EP by My Bloody Valentine, and their first to feature bass player Debbie Googe. It was released in December 1985.

The record has become nearly impossible to find, with used copies procuring price tags up to nearly USD $200.00!

1. “No Place to Go” – 3:20
2. “Moonlight” – 3:20

http://rapidshare.com/files/81084881/My.Bloody.Valentine.-.Geek.EP._256kbps_.by_pArAsign.zip

OR

http://rapidshare.com/files/95051328/_1985__Geek____EP_.rar

The New Record by My Bloody Valentine cover

The New Record by My Bloody Valentine (1986)

The New Record by My Bloody Valentine is the third EP by My Bloody Valentine, released in September 1986. The EP marked a shift away from the band’s early post-punk sound, reflecting more the burgeoning C86-brand of indie pop.


1. “Lovelee Sweet Darlene” – 2:13
2. “By the Danger in Your Eyes” – 2:51
3. “On Another Rainy Saturday” – 2:41
4. “We’re So Beautiful” – 2:31

http://rapidshare.com/files/95051503/_1986__The_New_Record_by_My_Bloody_Valentine__EP_.rar



My Bloody Valentine – Sunny Sundae Smile (1986)

Sunny Sundae Smile was the fourth EP by My Bloody Valentine. Released in February 1987, it was their first for Lazy Records, and the last to feature original vocalist Dave Conway.

1. “Sunny Sundae Smile” – 2:30
2. “Paint a Rainbow” – 2:19

http://www.zshare.net/download/1127198038a90d85/

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95051967/_1987__Sunny_Sundae_Smile__EP_.rar

Strawberry Wine cover
My Bloody Valentine – Strawberry Wine EP (1987)

Strawberry Wine is a 1987 EP by My Bloody Valentine, their first release to feature singer/guitarist Bilinda Butcher who shared vocal duties with Kevin Shields following the departure of Dave Conway.

Only 2,500 copies were released.

The contents of the EP were later combined with the group’s next release, Ecstasy, and reissued as the mini-album Ecstasy and Wine, although a different version of the title track “Strawberry Wine” was used.

01 – Strawberry Wine
02 – Never Say Goodbye
03 – Can I Touch You

http://www.mediafire.com/?t3xnd0e9mol

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95051874/_1987__Strawyberry_Wine___EP_.rar



My Bloody Valentine – Ecstasy EP (1987)

Ecstasy is a mini-LP by My Bloody Valentine, released in an edition of 3,000 copies in November 1987. It was their last material recorded for Lazy Records, and followed the “bubblegum pop with buzzsaw guitars” formula of their earlier releases for the label, shifting away from their earlier sound.

Ecstasy entered the UK indie album chart in December 1987, spending four weeks on the chart and peaking at number 12.

The contents of the LP were later combined with the group’s previous release, Strawberry Wine, and reissued as the album Ecstasy and Wine.

Side one

1. “She Loves You No Less” – 2:34
2. “The Things I Miss” – 2:56 *
3. “I Don’t Need You” – 3:08
4. “(You’re) Safe in Your Sleep (From This Girl)” – 2:31

Side two

1. “Clair” – 2:33 *
2. “You’ve Got Nothing” – 3:41
3. “(Please) Lose Yourself in Me” – 3:26 *

All songs written by Kevin Shields except * by Shields/Colm Ó Cíosóig.

http://www.zshare.net/download/112788620655d2c2/
or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95051666/_1987__Ecstasy___EP_.rar

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My Bloody Valentine – You Made Me Realise EP (1988)
MP3 and WAV!

A seminal and hugely influential (i.e. ripped off left, right and centre!!) EP/ 12 inch!

Hard to believe this came out 20 years ago! Fuck, that makes me feel old!

You Made Me Realise is the lead track of an otherwise untitled EP by My Bloody Valentine, released in August 1988.

It was MBV’s first record for Creation Records, and their first to consistently demonstrate the beginnings of their signature sound. Though a fairly short track in its recorded version, during live performances the band would repeat a single chord from the song for as long as they felt bearable, the song descending into cacophony for upwards of twenty minutes. The band referred to this as the “holocaust section”.

For their 2008 reunion shows, You Made Me Realise has brought each show to an ear-splitting conclusion.

In March 2005, Q magazine placed “You Made Me Realise” at number 35 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks.

In May 2007, NME magazine placed “You Made Me Realise” at number 50 in its list of the 50 Greatest Indie Anthems Ever!

Creation 12-inch

1. “You Made Me Realise” – 3:46
2. “Slow” – 3:11
3. “Thorn” – 3:36
4. “Cigarette In Your Bed” – 3:29
5. “Drive It All Over Me” – 3:04

My Bloody Valentine – You Made Me Realise – Creation 12-inch (Vinyl -> WAV)

MP3

http://www.mediafire.com/?0pxm2jkjsl4

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95052531/_1988__You_Made_Me_Realise___EP_.rar


My Bloody Valentine – Feed Me With Your Kiss EP (1988)

Feed Me with Your Kiss is the lead track of an otherwise untitled EP by My Bloody Valentine, released in November 1988. The lead track was also included on their debut album, Isn’t Anything, released during the same month.

1. “Feed Me with Your Kiss” – 3:56
2. “I Believe” – 3:01

http://www.mediafire.com/?xhxyxuezjgb

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95052951/_1990__Feed_Me_With_Your_Kiss__EP_.rar


My Bloody Valentine – Isn’t Anything LP (1988)

The magnificent debut album!

We’ve already posted this here .. Isn’t Anything

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My Bloody Valentine -The Peel Sessions (1988)

Surprising how close these tracks are to their “proper” versions and not just rushed live versions! Who said Shields needs 1 year to record 1 track?! Here they rush through four tracks in one day??

01 – I Can See It (But I Can’t Feel It)
02 – Lose My Breath
03 – (When You Wake) You’re Still In A Dream
04 – Feed Me With Your Kiss

http://rapidshare.com/files/57393516/My_Bloody_Valentine_-_The_Peel_Sessions__1988-10-05_.rar

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95052099/_1988___Peel_Sessions.rar

or
http://www.mediafire.com/?4vykxvx2fxe

Ecstasy and Wine cover
My Bloody Valentine – Ecstasy and Wine (1989)

Ecstasy and Wine is a compilation album by My Bloody Valentine, released by Lazy Records in February 1989, at which time the group were signed to Creation.

The album combines the EPs Strawberry Wine and Ecstasy, although a different version of the track “Strawberry Wine” was used.

Side one
1. “Strawberry Wine” – 2:33
2. “Never Say Goodbye” – 2:32
3. “Can I Touch You” – 3:15
4. “She Loves You No Less” – 2:34
5. “The Things I Miss” – 2:56

Side two
1. “I Don’t Need You” – 3:08
2. “(You’re) Safe in Your Sleep (From This Girl)” – 2:31
3. “Clair” – 2:33
4. “You’ve Got Nothing” – 3:41
5. “(Please) Lose Yourself in Me” – 3:26

http://rapidshare.com/files/95052816/_1989__Ecstasy_and_Wine_-__Compilation_of_Strawberry_Wine_and_Ecstasy_EPs_.rar

Glider cover
My Bloody Valentine – Glider (1990)

Glider was originally released in April 1990 by Creation Records. The EP was also the group’s first release on the Sire Records label in the USA. The lead track, “Soon”, was later included on the Loveless album.

1. “Soon”
2. “Glider”

or
http://rapidshare.com/files/95053175/_1990__Glider___EP_.rar

My Bloody Valentine – Glider (Remixes) – 1990

There were two remixed versions. This is the Second 12-inch – Cat. no.: CRE073T (also reported as CRE073TX)

1. “Soon” (The Andrew Weatherall Mix) – 7:33
2. “Glider” (Kevin Shields Remix)

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Loveless cover
My Bloody Valentine -Loveless (1991)

The long awaited second LP eventually arrived in 91, after years during which Shields perfection obsession apparently grew to demented Howard Hughes levels!

Countless studios and countless engineers were tried and dropped and a record company was almost made bankrupt!!

Loveless was recorded over a two-year period between 1989 and 1991 in nineteen recording studios. Kevin Shields dominated the recording process as he sought to achieve a particular sound for the record, making use of various techniques such as guitars strummed with a tremolo bar, sampled drum loops, and obscured vocals. A large number of engineers were hired and fired during the process, although the band finally gave credit on the album sleeve to anyone who was present during the recordings, “even if all they did was make tea”, according to Shields!

The recording of Loveless is rumored to have cost £250,000, a figure that came close to bankrupting the band’s record label Creation Records. My Bloody Valentine’s relationship with Creation Records deteriorated during the album’s recording, and the band was removed from the label due to the difficulty and expense of working with Shields. While the album was not a great commercial success, Loveless was well received by critics.

Read in more detail about the torurous story around this LP here; wiki/Loveless_(album)

Somewhat maligned at the time, but a stone cold classic! Now it is widely regarded as a landmark of the alternative rock genre. The album has been cited by several artists as an influence, and by critics as one of the best albums of the 1990s.

The Irish Times recently published an All-Time Top 40 Irish Albums list and Loveless is at No.1!


1. “Only Shallow” (Bilinda Butcher, Shields) – 4:17
2. “Loomer” (Butcher, Shields) – 2:38
3. “Touched” (Colm Ó Cíosóig) – 0:56
4. “To Here Knows When” (Butcher, Shields) – 5:31
5. “When You Sleep” – 4:11
6. “I Only Said” – 5:34
7. “Come in Alone” – 3:58
8. “Sometimes” – 5:19
9. “Blown a Wish” (Butcher, Shields) – 3:36
10. “What You Want” – 5:33
11. “Soon” – 6:58

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My Bloody Valentine – Tremolo EP (1991)

Tremolo is an EP by My Bloody Valentine, released in February 1991 by Creation Records. The title is a reference to the band’s heavy usage of guitar tremolo and vibrato to create blurred, dreamlike tones. (Kevin Shields’ method of strumming chords while simultaneously bending his guitar’s tremolo/ whammy bar was referred to as “glide guitar.”)

The lead track, “To Here Knows When”, has a longer and more ethereal coda—essentially constituting a separate song—than the version later included on the album Loveless. “Swallow” also has an instrumental coda; “Honey Power” has one with wordless “ooh and ahh” vocalizing by Bilinda Butcher. All three segues/codas feature backwards guitar loops and heavy reverb. In Nov. 1991, Shields commented:

“Tremolo had seven tracks on it, but you’re not allowed to do that, so we called it four tracks and didn’t name three of them. People just thought they were weird bits!”

The cover art was also used as one of the band’s most popular t-shirt designs.

Videos were filmed for the songs “Swallow” and “To Here Knows When” under the direction of Angus Cameron.

1. “To Here Knows When” (plus instrumental coda) – 5:46
2. “Swallow” (plus instrumental coda) – 4:52

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September 8, 2008 Posted by | Kevin Shields, MUSIC, Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine | 2 Comments

Patti Smith and Kevin Shields – The Coral Sea (07/2008)

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Patti Smith and Kevin Shields – The Coral Sea
July 2008
On two magical nights – June 22, 2005 and September 12, 2006 – punk godmother Patti Smith and My Bloody Valentine head honcho Kevin Shields took the stage together at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Their collaboration was called the Coral Sea, and took both its name and inspiration from Smith’s 1996 book The Coral Sea.

The book and the performance served as tributes to the legendary late artist Robert Mapplethorpe, who was Smith’s close friend and the man who took the iconic photograph that appears on the cover of Smith’s seminal 1975 debut album Horses.

Fortunately for those of us who couldn’t make those shows, Smith and Shields have put together a double-disc set chronicling the two performances. The Coral Sea will be released on July 11 on PASK, a new imprint run by Smith and Shields.

The live album has no tracklist; it consists of Smith’s spoken word performance accompanied by Shields on “guitars and effects,” according to a press release.

Although Cat Power appeared at the 2005 performance, she is not featured on the album.

No word on whether or not the duo will take the stage together ever again, but both of them have plenty going on in their own rights. Shields has that MBV reunion and that ATP thing to attend to. Smith is the subject of the new documentary Dream of Life, has an art exhibition on view at Fondation Cartier in Paris, collaborated with Patrick Wolf, and wrote a song for the new Augusten Burroughs book.

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The artist Robert Mapplethorpe died from complications of AIDS in 1989. According to his great friend, Patti Smith, “His mortal suffering was so profound that I wept through much of his illness. After his death, I wanted to give him something other than tears, so I wrote The Coral Sea.” Her epic poem was published in book form in 1996.

Smith attempted public readings of the piece, but found that she was unable to sustain a reading of the entire thing. It wasn’t until she teamed up with Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine) for a pair of concerts at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London in 2005 and 2006 that the true nature of her amazing achievement revealed itself.

The Coral Sea, a two-disc set released on the artists’ own PASK label, is a record of those two monumental performances. The concerts featured Smith reading her work, accompanied by Shields on guitars and effects. It is unlike anything that I have ever heard.

Art, not nature moved him
Nature, he had boasted, was meant to be redesigned
Opened and folded like a fan

The poem tells the story of Mapplethorpe, referred to variously as the sleeper, the traveller, or simply, ‘M’, as he makes his heroic journey to the next world. In this case the voyage will take him to the Solomon Islands so that he might see the Southern Cross, which his beloved uncle had described to him, before he dies. He journeys aboard a ship through uncharted waters, experiencing the stages of death, from pain and defiance, to revelation and acceptance.

Smith could not have chosen a more compatible foil for this work than Kevin Shields. His work here is as majestic and awe-inspiring as the poem itself. Smith’s recitation is not a reading, but a performance, and a brilliant one at that. From mournful to full of fury in the blink of an eye, it is perfectly paced, and perfectly set within the frame that Shields has lovingly created for it. The two performances presented here are different enough to each command your attention. The second is somewhat shorter, and Shields work is somehow more of a single piece, as if carved out of a great block of granite.

There is no point in presenting you with a track to listen to. This is a work that insists on being listened to from start to finish in one sitting. If you don’t have the hour to simply listen, put if off for a time when you do. This album is not for dancing, or for driving, or for dusting. It is for listening with all of the attention that you can muster. It is hypnotic and harrowing, and you cannot help but fall under its spell.

There is no use trying to compare this to any music album of this, or any other year. I will say without reservation that from an artistic point of view, it is the most worthy accomplishment that I have experienced in a very long while.

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July 9, 2008 Posted by | Kevin Shields, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, My Bloody Valentine, Patti Smith, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

My Bloody Valentine – Live in Vancouver, 1992

My Bloody Valentine – Live in Vancouver, 1992

Now, up there with naughty chicks, Jack Daniels and go-go bars, we love great music.

Great music like My Bloody Valentine.

musicalcandyman dug this treasure out from 1992 – their heyday.

A friend of mine dug up this old My Bloody Valentine set from Vancouver in 1992. It is absolutely effin’ nuts. I really can’t stop listening to it and I’m super grateful to Senor Fusco for his contribution. The zip file refused to be uploaded by Rapidshare so I had to post the tracks individually. Sorry all … but it’s worth the trouble to download al twelve tracks. This is MBV in their prime and the noise at its noisiest. Blissful … Absolutely blissful.


Tracklisting

01_Nothing_Much_To_Lose.mp3

02_Noise.mp3

03_You_Never_Should.mp3

04_Feed_Me_With_Your_Kiss.mp3

05_Soon.mp3

06_To_Here_Knows_When.mp3

07_Honey_Power.mp3

08_You_Made_Me_Realise.mp3

09_When_You_Sleep.mp3

10_I_Only_Said.mp3

11_Only_Shallow.mp3

12_Slow.mp3

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June 11, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, My Bloody Valentine, Roykeanz, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Top 40 Irish Albums of all time – Official! And how Stephen Ryan is the greatest Irish songwriter!

Top 40 Irish Albums of all time ! Really? Really?


The Irish Times recently published an All-Time Top 40 Irish Albums list as voted for by so-called “experts”!

It’s gotta be said that generating such a canon is really a futile exercise, random and subjective in the extreme.

However, lists like this do make for great excuses for fist fights! Well, at least drunken pub arguments!

My Bloody Valentine are at No.1! Well, Loveless is a great record, but hardly the greatest Irish album ever!

An initial comment on the listed acts is that a slew of these could theoretically (but, not practically – aside from Van Morrison and the Undertones!) be on a list of Top 40 UK Albums of all time!

Let’s now discuss a fundamental flaw with this list.

Basically, it pertains to the songwriting colossus of modern music, let alone Irish music, Mr. Ivan Morrison.

Now Van’s only peers, in my view, who have crafted supremely magnificent songs consistently over an extended period (all of em, over 40 years!), would be Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.

Therefore, using proper critical judgment, Van Morrison could really appear on this list with perhaps fifteen different works, or more.

I mean, we need to ask whether say Bell X1‘s best album (a contradiction in terms!) is really better than Van Morrison’s fifteenth best album? The answer? A resounding “no fucking way in the fucking world!”

Same goes for a whole slew of rubbish acts on this list!

To have Van represented only as follows is insane!

  • 5 Van Morrison: Astral Weeks (1968)
  • 26 Van Morrison: Moondance
  • 30 Van Morrison: It’s Too Late To Stop Now (1974)

In all truth, Astral Weeks is by far the best Irish album ever. It’s a truly timeless classic, still sounding as perfect today as when it was first cut.

Astral Weeks consistently appears among the top five greatest albums of all time in various well-regarded critical polls worldwide!

And Moondance usually isn’t far behind!

Sitting only at number 30 is the magnificent It’s Too Late To Stop Now is widely and critically regarded as being the greatest live album ever released (and would have been even better had the third side been included on the released version)!

What about Saint Dominic’s Preview, Tupelo Honey, Into the Music, Inarticulate Speech of the Heart, No Guru No Method No Teacher, His Band and the Street Choir, Into the Music, etc. etc! Why aren’t these somewhere on the list?

Anyway!

Enough of the Van da Man rant!

On with the list at hand!

Really, there are some ridiculous albums in this list! Bell X1? Ash? SLF? Cranberries? Frames? Rice? Therapy? Sinead? Ash? Ash clones, Snow Patrol? David Holmes? Divine Comedy? …. Fuck! That makes a big percentage of this dumb list!

Acts I would have in my own list could have included the criminally neglected, great Harvest Ministers.

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Yes, three times! With the marvellous Stars of Heaven and his later group, The Revenants!

Does that therefore really make Stephen the greatest Irish songwriter of all time?

Well, using the list’s illogical logic, yes!!

We will be posting some Stars of Heaven stuff very soon. Some truly magnificent music! More Stars of Heaven here; Stars of Heaven

If anyone knows where Stephen now is and what he’s doing, drop us a line! He really went of the radar years ago after the Revenants collapsed.

I guess Stephen’s the Thomas Pynchon of Irish music!

Anyway, here’s the list. Have a laugh! Beat someone up about it!


Top 40 Irish Albums of all time? Really?

1 My Bloody Valentine: Loveless

2 U2: Achtung Baby (1991)

3a A House: I Am The Greatest (1991)

3b The Radiators: Ghostown (1979)

5 Van Morrison: Astral Weeks (1968)

6 Microdisney: The Clock Comes Down The Stairs (1985)

7 Rollerskate Skinny: Horsedrawn Wishes (1996)

8 The Pogues: Rum, Sodomy & The Lash (1986)

9 The Undertones: The Undertones (1979)

10 Whipping Boy: Heartworm (1995)

11 Ash: 1977 (1996)

12 The Blades: Raytown Revisited (1985)

13 Thin Lizzy: Live And Dangerous (1978)

14 U2: The Joshua Tree (1987)

15 Therapy? Troublegum (1994)

16 Planxty: Planxty (1973)

17 David Holmes: Lets Get Killed (1997)

18 The Stars Of Heaven: Speak Slowly (1988)

19 Stiff Little Fingers: Inflammable Material (1979)

20a The Revenants: Horse Of A Different Colour

20b The Stars Of Heaven: Sacred Heart Hotel

22 U2: Boy (1980)

23 The Blades: Last Man In Europe (1984)

24 My Bloody Valentine: Isn’t Anything (1988)

25 Sinéad O’Connor: I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got (1990)

26 Van Morrison: Moondance

27 Snow Patrol: Eyes Open (2006)

28a The Divine Comedy: Promenade (1994)

28b Rory Gallagher: Live In Europe (1972)

30 Van Morrison: It’s Too Late To Stop Now (1974)

31a Bell X1: Music In Mouth (2003)

31b The Cranberries: Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We (1993)

33a The Frames: For The Birds (2001)

33b Something Happens: Stuck Together With God’s Glue (1990)

35a Martin Hayes & Denis Cahill: Live In Seattle (1999)

35b The High Llamas: Hawaii (1996)

35c The Undertones: Hypnotised (1980)

38 Damien Rice: O (2002)

39 The Pogues: If I Should Fall From Grace With God (1988)

40 Microdisney: Crooked Mile (1987)

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May 4, 2008 Posted by | My Bloody Valentine, OTHER_ARTICLE, Stars of Heaven, _MUSIC, _OTHER | 3 Comments

My Bloody Valentine – Only Shallow / Tour Dates

A great track from MBV’s infamous and somewhat maligned last album Loveless (in their original incarnation, anyway!)

My Bloody Valentine Tour Dates:

06-20 London, England – The Roundhouse
06-21 London, England – The Roundhouse
06-22 London, England – The Roundhouse
06-23 London, England – The Roundhouse
06-24 London, England – The Roundhouse
06-28 Manchester, England – Apollo
06-29 Manchester, England – Apollo
07-02 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowlands
07-03 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowlands
07-05 Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival
07-09 Paris, France – Zenith
07-18 Benicassim, Spain – Festival Internacional de Benicassim
07-19 Madrid, Spain – Saturday Night Fiber
07-25 Niigata, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
08-08 Oslo, Norway – Oya Festival
09-05 Isle of Wight, England – Bestival
09-19 Monticello, NY – Kutshers Country Club (ATP New York)

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Patti Smith and Kevin Shields’ Coral Sea Coming to CD

MP3: Patti Smith: Gimme Shelter (Rolling Stones cover) [from the Twelve LP]

Patti Smith and Kevin Shields’ Coral Sea Coming to CD (from Pitchfork)

On two magical nights – June 22, 2005 and September 12, 2006 – punk godmother Patti Smith and My Bloody Valentine genius Kevin Shields took the stage together at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. Their collaboration was called the Coral Sea, and took both its name and inspiration from Smith’s 1996 book The Coral Sea. The book and the performance served as tributes to the legendary late artist Robert Mapplethorpe, who was Smith’s close friend. (He took the iconic photograph that appears on the cover of Smith’s 1975 debut album Horses.)

Fortunately for those of us who couldn’t make those shows, Smith and Shields have put together a double-disc set chronicling the two performances. The Coral Sea will be released on July 11 on PASK, a new imprint run by Smith and Shields.

The live album has no tracklist; it consists of Smith’s spoken word performance accompanied by Shields on “guitars and effects,” according to a press release. Although Cat Power appeared at the 2005 performance, she is not featured on the album.

The stage at one of the Coral Sea performances, featuring an image of Mapplethorpe

No word on whether or not the duo will take the stage together ever again, but both of them have plenty going on in their own rights. Shields has that whole reunion thing and that ATP thing to attend to. Smith is the subject of the new documentary Dream of Life, has an art exhibition on view at Fondation Cartier in Paris, collaborated with Patrick Wolf, and wrote a song for the new Augusten Burroughs book.

April 28, 2008 Posted by | Kevin Shields, Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine, Patti Smith, Rolling Stones, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 2 Comments

My Bloody Valentine – This Is Your Bloody Valentine (1985)

My Bloody Valentine – This Is Your Bloody Valentine (1985)

We’ve got a mini-LP we made in Berlin in ’84, pre-Mary Chain, … with all our traits there – feedback thrash.


Do we like My Bloody Valentine?

No, we don’t like My Bloody Valentine! We fucking love them!

This one’s the debut release by the band, the seven-song mini-album, recorded at SCS 8TK Studios in Berlin in 1984 and released in January 1985.

It somewhat reflects the group’s early gothic and post-punk tendencies, and generally bears little relation to the later sound they created – which was ripped off by a slew of awful shoegazing bands! – and with which they are most commonly associated.

Colm Cusack (before he was known by his Gaeilic name Colm O’Ciosoig) and Kevin Shields had met in the late 1970s as teenagers in Dublin and joined a local punk rock band named The Complex. Towards the end of 1983, Shields and O’Ciosoig formed their own band with singer Dave Conway. Conway, who went by the stage name Dave Stelfox, suggested names such as Burning Peacocks before they settled on My Bloody Valentine. The band’s initial line up was completed by Conway’s girlfriend Tina, who played keyboards.

Like Madonna, Tina never had a surname!

The album made little impression at the time of its release but became somewhat of a collector’s item later and was also reissued on CD.

After the record failed to have the expected impact, the band left Berlin, staying in Holland briefly, before settling in London around the middle of 1985.

While The Jesus and Mary Chain have often been suggested as an influence on My Bloody Valentine, guitarist Kevin Shields played this down, pointing to this first release: “They’re a great band, and an influence, because when they came along it was all jangly guitar and out-of-tune vocal and they had this great overdrive thing, really exciting. But we’ve got a mini-LP we made in Berlin in ’84, pre-Mary Chain, … with all our traits there – feedback thrash. . .”.

The mini-album was reissued in 1990 by Dossier Records on vinyl and CD.

Tracklisting

1. Forever and Again
2. Homelovin’ Guy
3. Don’t Cramp My Style
4. Tiger in My Tank
5. The Love Gang
6. Inferno
7. The Last Supper

Personnel:

Mark Bosak – engineer

Dave Conway – lead vocals

Colm Cusack (aka Colm O’Ciosoig) – drums

Kevin Shields – guitar, backup vocals, bass guitar

Tina – keyboards

Here be mbv;

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April 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

My Bloody Valentine – Isn’t Anything


My Bloody Valentine – Isn’t Anything

Mp3 @320

This one’s a stone cold motherfucking classic!!

Isn’t Anything was the official debut album by My Bloody Valentine, released in November 1988 after three years of their issuing EPs and mini-LPs.

Stylistically the music is like a mixture of Black Sabbath, Brian Wilson, John Cage, the Ramones, Johann Sebastian Bach, the Velvet Underground, Charlie Manson, Church choirs, chainsaws, screaming orgasms and baby angels!!

Helmed by chief songwriter Kevin Shields, along with fellow founding member, drummer Colm O’Ciosoig, the band’s lineup during their heyday included singer-guitarist Bilinda Butcher and bassist Debbie Googe.

This album reinvented music in Britain. Soon every shitty band and their dog were trying to copy it!

This isn’t anything but majestic seminal music!

From the ‘good news’ drawer, which is usually empty, we hear that Shields recently announced that My Bloody Valentine will reunite in 2008. I can’t fucking wait!

Here’s an interview with the band from Rapido when their second album Loveless was released.

Tracklisting

1. “Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)” (Kevin Shields, Colm O’Ciosoig) – 2:21

2. “Lose My Breath” (Bilinda Butcher, Shields) – 3:37

3. “Cupid Come” (Butcher, Shields) – 4:27

4. “(When You Wake) You’re Still in a Dream” (O’Ciosoig, Shields) – 3:16

5. “No More Sorry” (Butcher, Shields) – 2:48

6. “All I Need” (Shields) – 3:04

7. “Feed Me With Your Kiss” (Shields) – 3:54

8. “Sueisfine” (Shields, O’Ciosoig) – 2:12

9. “Several Girls Galore” (Butcher, Shields) – 2:21

10. “You Never Should” (Shields) – 3:21

11. “Nothing Much to Lose” (Shields) – 3:16

12. “I Can See It (But I Can’t Feel It)” (Shields) – 3:10

Here be Something:

Mp3 @320

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Alternative link

Not sure about kbps on this one!
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April 1, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, My Bloody Valentine, _MUSIC | Leave a comment