Dead Flowers

Well when you're sittin back, in your rose pink Cadillac Making bets on Kentucky Derby Day, I'll be in my basement room, with a needle and a spoon. And another girl to take my pain away -Jagger/Richards

Saturday, March 31, 2007

The National-Boxer/Dntel-Dumb Luck

Two more leaks

Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers and Alligator were awesome. Played this just once. And it already sounds stunning.
EDIT: No, it is stunning.

Have not tried this one yet. Probably tonight.
EDIT: Will take sometime.

Looks like 2007 is going to be one fantastic year.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Sound of Silver

Album of the year.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Wilco - Sky Blue Sky

Another of those freakin leaks. This time its Wilco's Sky Blue Sky. People who don't give a shit about super piracy (that's exactly what these leaks are), can look for it on the net.
In other news: Sonic Youth plan to tour China. India?

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

New York once again

I did a post on New York’s music. Time Out New York’s latest issue (March 1-7) too has a cover story on NY’s 50 greatest musicians. Believe me, I never stole the idea. Because I would never have left out the coolest musician ever- Miles Davis.

Charlie Parker does not make the final cut! According to TONY, he's isn't a New Yorker.
The list made me realise that New York is as important as New Orleans when it comes to jazz.
And the feedback section is not to be missed. It's awesome.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

New York, New York

Music of New York

Charlie Parker
Thelonious Monk
The Last Poets
Velvet Underground
George Clinton
New York Dolls
The Ramones
Talking Heads
Sonic Youth
Public Enemy
Beastie Boys
A Tribe called Quest
Digable Planets
De La Soul
The Strokes
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
CBGB & Carnegie Hall & Village Voice

Now, ain’t that one hell of a list!?

"Pardon me sir, but how do I get to Carnegie Hall?"
"Practice, practice, practice."