Iron & Wine: The Sea & The Rhythm
Uncle Tupelo: Anodyne
Kings of Convenience: "Misread" 7"
Tears Roll Down: Greatest Hits 82-92
Artist: Tears For Fears
Released: 1992 year
Label: Polygram Records
syd barrett - the madcap laughs
Hammers of Misfortune ....interrrresting - I'll probably get the second one too.
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Saul Williams -- Amythest Rock Star
Bob Schneider - Lonelyland
Jonah Smith - Beneath the Underdog
Nina Hagen - Fearless
Big Brother and the Holding Company w/ Janis Joplin - Cheap Thrills
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Blue Hawaiians - Savage Night
Kings of Convenience: Quiet Is the New Loud
The Innocence Mission - Glow
GBV - Mag Earwhig
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They have a new one out, the last one. Saw it yesterday at Virgin Megastore.
yeah...been contemplating it.
Don't they release a new album every month? Treehouse Records basically has a reserved spot in the window which is always filled with the latest GBV poster.Originally Posted by skitbraviking
George Michael - Patience (esp. tracks 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, and 11)
Tiger Army III
SR71 - Now you See Inside
GBV is calling it quits:Originally Posted by gilby
"Half Smile Full Tracks
Here is the final track listing for GBV's next and last release Half Smiles of the Decomposed. The album is due out August 24th on Matador."
This morning I was flashing back to some proto-hair metal with The Sweet: Greatest Hits. I saw these guys in concert a zillion years ago. Hearing "Ballroom Blitz" in a current car commercial is kind of a kick.
Now I'm doing the heartland rock with small-town boy, John Mellencamp: The Best I Could Do. Great title for a greatest hits collection.
No condolences necessary, Randy, I've replaced my favorites with CDs. I'm that rare creature who prefers CDs to vinyl LPs. I think the difference in sound quality is minimal and frankly, I don't miss the surface hiss, crackling, dust pops and scratches that LPs were prone to.Originally Posted by randya
If I had a hermetically sealed room full of $uper $pendy hi-fi equipment to listen on, I might miss my LPs. As it is, I prefer the more durable, and easily reproducible CD.
Religion is a good thing for good people and a bad thing for bad people. --H. Richard Niebuhr
if you like the allison krauss, you might like gillian welch and damien rice as well, I sure do. Another very telented and not well known artist is paul cererri (sp?). I'm really into indie music too, the pixies, built to spill, and especially modest mouse and ween. Amazing stuff.
Azure Ray--Burn and Shiver :boohoohoo:
that will make you cry, they're great though...Originally Posted by *new*guy
agreed. beautiful music.Originally Posted by s2sxiii
Currently... Arab Strap--Monday at the Hug & Pint
Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit
The The - Naked Self
Chris Thomas - 21st century blues...from da 'hood