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Make it soon

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I just dig that churchy organ sound, also, what is stickball?

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Edinburgh Trams.

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And another. My low-chuned banjo.

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Its been 'ectic this week, and so, time to unwind with a little banjo-based, avant garde, ambient, space-western, japanese, techno country if you don’t mind. Courtesy of World Standard from their Country Gazette Album any of which tracks would suffice, turn it up. Ahhhh….

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Oldales

Well I never! Were they as really, really good looking as me? Or some kind of upside out, hideous inversion?

Aha, my agent, I told him to seek you out. He will report back soon, via carrier-roo.

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snee:

Hogmanay on the North Sea (January 1, 2005) - Bill Thompson

This is a recording of ships on the North Sea, off the coast of Aberdeen Scotland. At midnight, New Year’s Eve (known as Hogmanay in Scotland) the ships blow their horns to signal the new year (2005 in this case). Each horn is a different pitch and each ship is a different distance and location from the shore, where this was recorded.

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I had no idea Kerouac sang, and it turns out to be one of the most sadly beautiful things I’ve ever heard. This is from a series of presumed lost tapes now featured on the album “Jack Kerouac reads On the Road”. He does some scatty jazz numbers too, which I am sure are competent and are yet nothing like this. It reminds me a bit of alt.alt.countryists World Standard. This one was just a vocal hometaping but has had organ and guitar parts posthumously and sympathetically added by some jazzers. Also on the album Tom Waites covers the same song, backed by Primus and produced by Jim Sampas and Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth from their 1997 album of Kerouac tracks “Kicks, Joy, Darkness”.

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Oh this gives me the willies, specifically 0:25 to 0:35 I would love a go, perhaps as an old man.

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Lovecraft on Mastermind. Love the comments.

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bonerparty:

i never gave much thought as to what its like to be a single girl. its gotta be pretty fucking rough.
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2001 Clear Channel memorandum - Wikipedia

"The 2001 Clear Channel memorandum is a document distributed by Clear Channel Communications to the over 1,200 radio stations they owned, shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks, containing a list of a large number of what the memo termed “lyrically questionable” songs.”

Now, I can get Martha Reeves’ “Nowhere to run” but why not “Dancing in the street”?

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