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Rick Eyk: Simple Pleasures / You Only Think

Tue, 09 Aug 2016 23:34:33 +0000

Floaty psychedelic guitar explorations taking the listener to far away lands. “You Only Think That You Think You Think” “Simple Pleasures”

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Tough Times: Times It Up (A Multiplication Rap)

Sun, 16 Aug 2015 19:33:09 +0000

Straight from the halls of Thomas A Edison Middle School in Brighton MA comes the mathematical beatbox  wizardry of Danny Taylor, Brian Smith, Jack Accime and Kenny Gulfield! Yes, these are Tough Times and it is time to Times It Up! Brian, you know your eights?

Summit: Life’s A Dream

Mon, 15 Jun 2015 16:13:17 +0000

The Rouse brothers from Detroit were in the other Shaggs (on Capitol) before making this record with Summit in 1981. Some songs have Chicago horn sound (Don’t Know Why) while others lope along pleasantly (Dancin’ In The Wind). “Dancin’ In The Wind” “Don’t Know Why”


Wed, 18 Feb 2015 16:34:30 +0000

In case you were wondering, yes there is in fact an anti-abortion pro-abstinence dreamy indie-pop LP from 1985. And, yes, it is called Zing. And yes, it does feature a song called “Planned Barrenhood”. And yes, the jacket was stuffed full of “educational” material. And yes, there is a long ass mostly incoherent liner note rant on […]

Macho Alex: The Funk

Sun, 20 Jul 2014 16:55:19 +0000

This is a cassette that I bought off of a kid named Alex who I went to middle school with in Pacific Grove CA, back in the mid nineties. We were about 12 years old when it came out. He would sell them at recess for two dollars and my copy has been sitting in […]

Tom Eagles: Short Affairs

Tue, 04 Mar 2014 18:20:43 +0000

I found this today and thought I’d share its Waxidermic charms. “I Need A Sign” is a poor alienated lover man’s “Shakedown Street” The lyrics in “August” anticipate Will Oldham’s delivery 20 years later. The fuzzy track “Vanilla Man” was too risque to post… “August Is A Lonesome Tune” “I Need A  Sign”

The Dukes of Haggard: Point of View

Fri, 10 Jan 2014 07:20:31 +0000

The dude that sold this to me told me that it was only sold at truck stops. I don’t know if that’s true. It seems to be a concept album of (unlicensed?) Merle Haggard songs covered in a disco or new wave idiom. This was a studio project produced by Don Oriolo & Jurgen Korduletsch. […]

John Bult: Julie’s Sixteenth Birthday

Sun, 23 Jun 2013 23:32:13 +0000

John Bult wants to set the record straight. His one and only LP, Julie’s Sixteenth Birthday should have been his calling card to country music stardom. Instead the album has been singled out as the best of the worst – not for Bult’s singing abilities, but for its unfortunate cover art.  “It still chaps me real bad,” […]

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Hollywood Sessions 130

Sun, 10 Mar 2013 20:52:15 +0000

Ah, Song Poem records. Like the parent who’s never there for you yet you still seek their company. I have no idea why I still buy these. I’d try to argue that I have a particular weakness for this fuzzy felt stock sleeve, but let’s face it, even if it’d had one of the more […]

Jerry Granelli – Visions

Sat, 09 Mar 2013 23:58:06 +0000

Excalibur Inc., No Cat. # I don’t have a lot of pride in my home state/town, per se.  It’s not that I dislike Colorado, I just don’t care.  But for some reason, when I come across records made in Colorado, I’m more intrigued than I would be if the same boned out private xian piece […]