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Mi Ipod en la Web / My Ipod in the Web Por / By : Gino Di Fazio



Published: Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:36:20 +0000

 



CLSTLD 2da Temporada - Episodio No. 1 y No. 2 (extraviados) de CLSTD - Radio - Año 2005

Mon, 17 Aug 2009 23:39:41 +0000

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Solo por una casualidad inexplicable, recupere los Episodios No. 1 y No. 2 (extraviados) de Cuando Lo Sepa, Te Lo Digo - Radio, los pensaba perdidos, ya era comunicación binaria con un "delete" con mouse o teclado pero con un "delete".

Fueron grabados en Julio y Agosto de 2005, con unos audifonos de los que te dan en los aviones por micrófono (lo notarán en la calidad del sonido), su estructura simple a rabiar, promo, texto narrado (extraidos de mi blog personal - www.ginodifazio.blogspot.com) y una canción (las que en esos días escuchaba).

La música de la promo y la cortina sonora de los textos narrados fueron los resultados de experimentar con copy, paste and modify y caerme a golpes con el Audacity, atribuyendo su autoria a un personaje de ficción llamado DJ Ginotto.

Alli les dejo mis intentos tempranos de hacer un podcast, de escuchar algunas de las tantas lineas "droppeados en el blog...con su permiso.....


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CLSTLD 2da Temporada - Sui Generis II - del Disco "Confesiones de Invierno" 1973

Sat, 08 Aug 2009 02:02:43 +0000

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Tras grabar "Vida" (1972) al estilo folk norteamericano (muy de moda en esa época), el grupo comenzó a crecer en popularidad. Con un piano -«a la Elton John», como más tarde reconocería el propio Charly -, una flauta y una temática muy influenciada por Bob Dylan, trascendieron las fronteras de los rockeros, para instalarse como representantes de un grupo más amplio de la juventud. Su segundo disco, "Confesiones de Invierno" (1973), tenía un mejor sonido y más justeza instrumental, pero mantenía el estilo característico del grupo. Sui Generis ya estaba consolidado.


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CLSTLD 2da Temporada - Bill Callahan

Tue, 04 Aug 2009 20:34:06 +0000

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After almost 20 years of using the alias Smog for his music, Bill Callahan switched to his given name for his releases after 2005's A River Ain't Too Much to Love. The 2007 EP Diamond Dancer and full-length Woke on a Whaleheart both mixed the intimate, reflective, largely acoustic sound of later Smog albums like Supper and A River with gospel, soul, and pop elements, and boasted arrangements by former Royal Trux mastermind Neil Hagerty. For 2009's Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle, Callahan returned to the more intimate, acoustic-based sound of latter-era Smog albums, featuring string and brass arrangements by Brian Beattie.


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CLSTLD 2da Temporada - Sui Generis I - del Disco Vidas 1972

Sun, 26 Jul 2009 23:04:43 +0000

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Sui Generis fue formado en 1969 de la unión de dos bandas juveniles: To Walk Spanish y The Century Indignation. La nueva banda tuvo como miembros a Charly García en piano y voces, Nito Mestre en la flauta y voz, Alberto Rodríguez en la batería, Alejandro Correa en el bajo (que luego fue reemplazado por Rolando Fortich), Carlos Bellia en la guitarra y Carlos Piégari en guitarra y voces. La palabra Sui Géneris proviene del Latín "Su Género" o "Único en su especie". La banda original, según Charly, era de onda electrónica, estilo Vanilla Fudge y Procol Harum, que Garcia admiraba. En 1972, Sui Generis saca su primer LP, Vida, que se convierte en un éxito instantáneo entre la juventud argentina con clásicos como "Canción para mi muerte".


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CLSTLD 2da Temporada - Tristeza (official web: http://www.trstz.com/)

Sun, 19 Jul 2009 16:00:07 +0000

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Known as much for their consistent touring as their prolific output, San Diego's instrumental rock quintet Tristeza formed in 1997. Guitarists Jimmy LaValle and Christopher Sprague, keyboardist Stephen Swesey, bassist Luis Hermosillo, and drummer Jimmy Lehner came together after playing in bands like the Locust, Crimson Curse, Swing Kids, and Gogogo Airheart, among others, and recorded their debut 7", Foreshadow/Smoke Through Glass, soon after. In promotion of the single, Tristeza toured three times, making the 7" a best-seller and proving that they could pull off their intricate, involved instrumental sound on-stage as well as in the studio. Tristeza's first full-length, 1999's Spine and Sensory, added subtle jazz elements to their style; just before hitting the road again, they released their volume of the Insound Tour Support series, a series of CD EPs intended to help promote touring indie bands. Another tour and another single -- the Macrame 7" -- confirmed the band's swift musical development and electronic leanings. Tristeza stopped touring just long enough to record Dream Signals in Full Circles in Chicago with the Pulsars' Dave Trumfio; the album was released in the fall of 2000 by Tigerstyle Records. The group returned in 2002 with Mixed Signals, a collection of Dream Signals remixes. But Swesey departed the same year, and LaValle the next, so Tristeza went on hiatus while they reassembled their lineup. By 2004 Sean Ogilve and Alison Ables had joined on keyboards and guitar, respectively, and Tristeza recorded a double album called A Colores that was issued in November 2005 on Better Looking Records.


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CLSTLD 2da Temporada - The Album Leaf (official web: http://www.thealbumleaf.com)

Wed, 15 Jul 2009 18:33:35 +0000

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The Album Leaf is the one-man solo project of Tristeza guitarist Jimmy LaValle. By taking elements of classical, jazz, and post-rock, LaValle constructs his pieces utilizing ambient noise, field recordings, and radio transmissions. A collaboration between Linkwork and Music Fellowship sparked the Album Leaf's first full-length, An Orchestrated Rise to Fall, in 1999. An EP (In an Off White Room) preceded the release of LaValle's second album, One Day I'll Be on Time, on Tiger Style in March 2001. The Album Leaf opened for Sigur Rós' first tour of the U.S. later that fall. By the time he began recording his third album, he'd secured the services of Sigur Rós' Iceland studios, along with several of its bandmembers. The results, In a Safe Place, appeared on Sub Pop in June 2004. The EP Seal Beach, originally issued in 2003 in Spain, appeared stateside in early 2005, and LaValle's next album, Into the Blue Again, followed in September 2006.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 12 (en período de prueba) - Ted Leo

Thu, 07 Feb 2008 19:42:38 +0000

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 For over ten years, Ted Leo has been one of the most progressive forces in East Coast independent music, with a unique combination of punk and folk, soul and hardcore, and tradition and experimentation. Originally rising to a small degree of fame in the late-'80s New York hardcore scene by playing with Citizen's Arrest and Animal Crackers, Leo left New York for Washington, D.C., in 1990, when he founded and fronted Chisel, one of the first mod/punk revival outfits to gain national notoriety. Leo was the primary songwriter and singer of Chisel, recording two full-length records with the band that were released on Gern Blandsten in the mid-'90s and leading the band on countless short tours. The songwriting was as infectious and calculated as that of Brit rock legends the Kinks, yet the rhythms remained fueled by the anthemic energy reminiscent of bands like the Who and the Clash.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 11 (en período de prueba) - Regina Spektor

Tue, 29 Jan 2008 21:38:13 +0000

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 Spektor further developed her classical piano training by attending the SUNY Purchase Music Conservatory. During her studies, she was exposed to blues and jazz artists, including Billie Holiday. These sounds made such an impact on Spektor that they became a big part of her self-released 2001 debut album, 11:11. At the same time, she was also playing gigs anywhere she could in the city, in venues ranging from basements to parties to comedy clubs. On the strength of her frequent performances and another self-released album, 2002's Songs, Spektor developed a following that included Alan Bezozi, They Might Be Giants' drummer. He introduced Spektor to the Strokes' producer, Gordon Raphael, and both worked with Spektor on her third album, Soviet Kitsch, in both New York and London (where she collaborated with the band Kill Kenada). Soviet Kitsch was initially self-released like her other work, but it eventually found a wider release with Sire Records. Tours with the Strokes, Kings of Leon, Mates of State, and the Moldy Peaches' Kimya Dawson further raised Spektor's profile. She also toured the U.K., where the success of "Us" as a European single led to the release of the CD/DVD retrospective Mary Ann Meets the Gravediggers and Other Short Stories early in 2006. That summer, Begin to Hope, her first album of original material for Sire, arrived. Begin to Hope enjoyed popularity on both sides of the Atlantic and went gold in America, where it also cracked the Top 20. After taking several years to tour and compose new material, Spektor returned in 2009 with Far


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 10 (en período de prueba) - The Shins

Wed, 23 Jan 2008 16:37:26 +0000

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 A classic guitar pop group almost nine years in the making, Albuquerque, NM's the Shins began in 1997 as the side project of singer/songwriter and guitarist James Mercer's primary band, Flake. Mercer formed Flake in 1992 with drummer Jesse Sandoval, keyboardist Marty Crandall, and bassist Neal Langford; they eventually changed their name to Flake Music, releasing several singles, a well-received album, When You Land Here, It's Time to Return, and touring with friends like Modest Mouse and Califone.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 9 (en período de prueba) - The Decemberists

Tue, 08 Jan 2008 21:48:52 +0000

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 ed by Colin Meloy, the Decemberists are a five-piece outfit whose ambitious, folk-inspired pop sound has been compared to the likes of Neutral Milk Hotel and Belle & Sebastian. Meloy, a native of Missoula, MT, is the main songwriter and chief visionary for the group, whose initial lineup also included drummer Ezra Holbrook, bassist Nate Query, keyboardist/accordionist Jenny Conlee, and multi-instrumentalist Chris Funk. Frontman Meloy had previously devoted some time to an alternative country group before breaking off to pursue his craft as a singer/songwriter in the city of Portland, a move that eventually led to the Decemberists' formation. Drawing influence from his degree in creative writing, he began fashioning a hybrid of literate lyrics and wide-ranging pop music, touching upon everything from British folk to Morrissey in the process.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 8 (en período de prueba) - Bjork

Thu, 15 Nov 2007 21:54:06 +0000

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 Björk first came to prominence as one of the lead vocalists of the avant-pop Icelandic sextet the Sugarcubes, but when she launched a solo career after the group's 1992 demise, she quickly eclipsed her old band's popularity. Instead of following in the Sugarcubes' arty guitar rock pretensions, Björk immersed herself in dance and club culture, working with many of the biggest names in the genre, including Nellee Hooper, Underworld, and Tricky. Debut, her first solo effort (except for an Icelandic-only smash released when she was just 11 years old), not only established her new artistic direction, but it became an international hit, making her one of the '90s most unlikely stars.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 7 (en período de prueba) - Spinetta

Wed, 07 Nov 2007 13:18:31 +0000

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 From Latin pop/rock to fusion and for more than two decades singer/songwriter and guitarist Luis Alberto Spinetta participated in some of the most interesting alternative ensembles in the Argentinean rock scene. The talented musician started getting seriously involved in music in 1968 after joining Emilio del Guercio, Edelmiro Molinari and Rodolfo García in a band called Almendra, making their debut with a single featuring "El Mundo Entre Las Manos," and "Tema de Pototo," followed by a self-titled album released in 1970 including the "rock en español" classic "Muchacha Ojos de Papel,". Luis Alberto Spinetta began his solo career in 1971 with Spinettalandia y sus Amigos aka La Búsqueda de la Estrella. In addition, Pescado Rabioso and Invisible became his first experimental outfits. In 1980 he moved to the U.S. to make the English titled Only Love Can Sustain, recorded in New York City and Los Angeles, CA. After collaborations with local rock icons Charly García and Leon Gieco, Fito Paez teamed up with him to produce a double album called La La La. Director Pablo César asked him to compose the soundtrack for his movie Fuego Gris before assembling Los Socios del Desierto with drummer Daniel Wirtz and bassist Marcelo Torres.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 6 (en período de prueba) - Au Revoir Simone

Thu, 01 Nov 2007 13:47:39 +0000

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 The Brooklyn indie pop outfit Au Revoir Simone features Heather D'Angelo (vocals/drum machine/keyboard), Erika Forster (vocals/keyboard), and Annie Hart (vocals/keyboard). Borrowing their name from a minor character in the Tim Burton comedy Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, the Casio-centric group came together in late 2003, when Forster and Hart befriended one another while traveling by train from Vermont to New York. From there, they became fast friends and began writing songs together. D'Angelo and Sung Bin Park (keyboard/vocals) were added to the dreamy pop fray after contributing to many practice sessions, but Park left in January 2005 to pursue other projects. A year later, Au Revoir Simone issued their debut album, Verses of Comfort, Assurance & Salvation. It was self-released in the United States and appeared on the Moshi Moshi label throughout Europe. Additionally, the song "Through the Backyards" was included in the season finale to Grey's Anatomy that spring, thus boosting the trio's profile. Au Revoir Simone's second album, The Bird of Music, was released one year later, while a track-by-track remix of the record appeared in 2008 under the title Reverse Migration. The trio's third album, Still Night, Still Light, was produced by Thom Monahan and released by Our Secret Record Company in spring of 2009.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 5 (en período de prueba) - Magnetic Fields

Fri, 26 Oct 2007 20:51:45 +0000

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 The Magnetic Fields are a bona fide band, but in most essential respects they are the project of studio wunderkind Stephin Merritt. Merritt writes, produces, and (generally) sings all of their material, as well as plays many of the instruments, concocting a sort of indie pop synth rock. While the Magnetic Fields may draw upon the electronic textures of vintage acts like ABBA, Kraftwerk, Roxy Music with Eno, Joy Division, and Gary Numan, Merritt's vision is far more pointed toward the alternative rock underground. His songs are also far warmer and more pure pop-oriented than the above reference points might lead you to believe, sounding at times like late-20th century equivalents to Phil Spector or Brian Wilson.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 4 (en período de prueba) - Beck

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 20:51:24 +0000

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 One of the most inventive and eclectic figures to emerge from the '90s alternative revolution, Beck was the epitome of postmodern chic in an era obsessed with junk culture. Drawing upon a kaleidoscope of influences -- pop, folk, psychedelia, hip-hop, country, blues, R&B, funk, indie rock, noise rock, experimental rock, jazz, lounge, and Brazilian music -- Beck created a body of work that was wildly unpredictable, vibrantly messy, and bursting with ideas. He was unquestionably a product of the media age, a synthesist whose concoctions were pasted together from bits of the past and present, in ways that could only occur to an overexposed pop culture junkie. His surreal, free-associative lyrics were laced with warped imagery and a sardonic sense of humor that, while typical of the times, only rarely threatened the impact of his adventurous music. Beck appropriated freely from whatever genres he felt like, juxtaposing sounds that would never have coexisted organically (and his habitual irony made clear that he wasn't aiming for authenticity in the first place). If his musical style was impossible to pigeonhole, his true identity lay in that rootless, sprawling diversity, that determination to acknowledge no boundaries or conventions; everything he did bore the stamp of his distinctively skewed viewpoint.


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Cuando Lo Sepa, Te lo Digo - Episodio 3 (en período de prueba) - Andrew Bird

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 19:14:08 +0000

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 Chicago singer/songwriter/violinist Andrew Bird updates the traditions of small-group swing, German leider, and New Orleans jazz, mixing gypsy, folk, and rock elements into his distinctive style. Bird's projects include his group the Bowl of Fire (which also includes drummer Kevin O'Donnell, bassist Josh Hirsch, and guitarist Colin Bunn) and performing as an auxiliary member of the Squirrel Nut Zippers; in turn, the Zippers' Katharine Whalen and James Mathus appeared on the Bowl of Fire albums Thrills and Oh! the Grandeur. Bird has also recorded with artists like Pinetop Seven and Lil' Ed Williams, teaches music at the Old Town School of Folk Music, and performed on the score and soundtrack from the 1999 Tim Robbins film The Cradle Will Rock. His third album, 2001's The Swimming Hour, surprisingly found the Bowl of Fire turning to pop music, and with excellent results. As bandmembers remained active in their various other projects, the band continued and work on a follow-up began in 2002. To tide fans over, Bird self-released a limited-edition EP, Fingerlings, which documented live performances of some old and new songs by the band and solo. Early 2003 brought the release of another LP, Weather Systems, on the independent Grimsey label. Bird debuted on Ani DiFranco's Righteous Babe imprint in 2005 with Andrew Bird & the Mysterious Production of Eggs. He switched to Fat Possum for 2007's Armchair Apocrypha and 2009's Noble Beast, both of which were ambitious and eclectic albums even by Bird's standards.


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