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Record Store Day this year is April 16th, so if you filed your taxes on time, you can celebrate the end of the week by heading to a participating record store and get some good records.
This year, Vanguard Records have announced five albums they are reissuing for the day. Each were remastered from the original master tapes, and will be pressed in a limited edition of 1000 copies each. They will be available ONLY at participating stores on this day, and while it’s safe to say that they may be available elsewhere, if you can scoop a copy or two up, do it early:
Skip James-Today! John Hammond-So Many Roads Mississippi John Hurt-The Immortal John Fahey-Requia (and Other Compositions for Guitar Solo) Country Joe & the Fish-Electric Music for the Mind and Body
I would’ve preferred Country Joe & The Fish’s Together to be remastered and reissued, but maybe next time.
There will also be a few new titles coming from the Vanguard and Sugar Hill camps, and that’s Sugar Hill as in the folk label, not Sylvia Robinson‘s hip-hop label.
I’ll have more Record Store Day news as they come in.
Tim Cohen is a member of The Fresh & Onlys, but when the band takes a time out from each other, Cohen is hard at work creating a history of his own. He’s about to release a new album in a few weeks called Magic Trick (Captured Tracks), along with a double 7″ EP called Bad Blood. That’s a total of 20 new Cohen tracks, sure to please his fans.
Shoes: it is what some of us need in order to get from one place to the other. For some, it’s a way of life. For others, it’s the inspiration for a song, and that’s exactly how “Fresh Kicks” came to be, a new track by MURS and Terrace Martin from their new album, Melrose.
In December I reviewed Black Bombaim‘s incredible album Saturdays & Space Travels (read full review here), and it became one of my favorite albums of the year. They’ve been jamming towards what will become their second album, but until then, they’ve created a video of the trio playing their brutal acid-tinged rock on a boat. It might seem random, and maybe it should be, but the music mixed in with the scenery seems perfect and not unlike some of the videos and live footage you may have seen of similar sounding bands over the years.
Let me get this out of the way: I’ve been a Prince fan for about 32 years, became hooked after hearing “I Wanna Be Your Lover” when the video was shown on public access on Oceanic Cablevision in Honolulu many years ago. Yet even with all the albums and singles I have by the man, I’ve been only a Prince fan from afar, as I’ve never been to a Prince concert. Sad, but true.
Nonetheless, Prince has been doing a string of shows in New York City in early 2011, including a show last night at Madison Square Garden. There were a lot of musical surprises, as told by numerous Tweets by those who were there, but Prince brought up Cee-Lo to the stage so that they could do Gnarls Barkley‘s “Crazy”, complete with guitar solo.
Some will argue that that was not the highlight of the show, but rather it was when Prince was bringing up selected guests to dance with him, and for some reason he brought up Kim Kardashian. When you’re in the presence of Prince, hearing some incredible music, you have to move. She did not, and he quickly told her to get off the stage.
Arguably, Prince *was* telling each person to get off the stage, but perhaps people expected Kardashian to move those hips and get funky. That did not happen. Either Kardashian didn’t dance because she wasn’t paid for the effort, or because she simply can’t dance (or as some had commented on Twitter, she didn’t have any rhythm in her sex tape, no one should expect her to get funky with Prince either.)
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.