|Add Date:||2004-11-29||Pull Date:||2005-01-31|
|Week Ending:||Jan 30||Jan 23||Jan 16||Jan 9||Dec 26||Dec 19||Dec 12||Dec 5|
|1.||Dec 03, 2011:||Music Casserole
Why Would Anybody Live Here?
|4.||Jan 27, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder
A Burning Snowman, The Curdled Journey
|2.||Sep 13, 2005:||Foreplay and Sex Wax
|5.||Jan 27, 2005:||Midnight Meanderings
Why Be So Curious? (Part 3), The Curdled Journey
|3.||Jan 28, 2005:||Distraction-Limited
|6.||Jan 26, 2005:||Brownian Motion gets Lethal Injection
A Burning Snowman
Recommended tracks: 6, 8, 10, 12, 13; 1 and 5, if you love great instrumentals.
1. Speedy, bouncy, rocking blue-grassy instrumental. Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder would envy this. It rocks!
2. Atmospheric psych number. Country mood thanks to that pedal steel. Fuzzed up psych guitar leads. Somehow Calexico comes in mind.
3. Very folk-country number, acoustic guitar, pedal steel. Johnny Cash meets Joan Baez.
4. Total 60s psych. Heavy guitar leads and emoting melodies.
5. Cool instrumental. Sparse and atmospheric. Epic melodies. Awesome cello and vibraphone instrumentation. Play with some of Mary Timony's recent work (Golden Dove).
6. Catchy, melodic, upbeat. Great fucking pop chune! Makes me sing along.
7. Dark, slow instrumental. Crooning organ.
8. Med tempo, catchy, upbeat, folk number. With Greg Keelor on backing vocals, Calexico comes in mind.
9. Cool surfy instrumental. It reminds me of Beatles' instrumentals on Hard Day's Night.
10. Blue-grass guitar licks. It rocks! The Byrds!
11. Densely fierce surfy instrumental. An agonizing mood. Some dissonance and maybe a minor key?
12. Like tracks 1 and 10. Speedy, bouncy, rocking. Fast.
13. Robyn Hitchcock on lead vocals. This is interesting. A Beatlesque ballad (see Murray's review of the recent Robyn Hitchcock CD). Swinging lead guitars and surfy second guitars. VERY NICE!