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This one I noticed a few weeks ago, and with the two new installments of Covered I posted tonight, I was reminded of this. Isaac Hayes released a double album in 1971 called Black Moses, which was released four months after his soundtrack to the movie Shaft. Hayes was high and mighty with popularity during this time, so naturally people flocked to Black Moses to see and hear what he would do next.
Last week, production duo Blue Sky Black Death and rapper Nacho Picasso released an album through Bandcamp called Exalted. When I saw the cover, I immediately thought of Black Moses. A few of you may be looking at this and going “I don’t see it”. Here’s the deal.
When you bought the original double album for Hayes’ Black Moses, its gatefold cover would unfold with four more panels, revealing the shape of a cross, with Hayes showing himself as a holy man. What Nacho Picasso has done was pay homage to this cover by doing the same thing, but adding a few new graphics while retaining the suggested power of the original. In Nacho’s case, he simply applied his face to the actual Hayes cover, as the hands, rope, and belt are exactly that of Hayes.
Nonetheless, for fans of laid back hip-hop that’s loose and funky, perhaps with a slight Lil’ Wayne vibe with a pinch of Divine Styler and Big Gipp, but done with a Seattle mindstate, you’ll like Exalted.
For this, I’m hoping to get a bit of confirmation from Diplo himself. He is about to release a new EP of remixes of his single “Express Yourself” next week, and when I saw the cover of it, it reminded me of a Wipers/Greg Sage tribute box set Tim/Kerr Records released 20 years ago called Eight Songs for Greg Sage & The Wipers (later released on CD as Fourteen Songs for Greg Sage & The Wipers). However, I think the cover for the Wipers/Sage tribute was also homage, but can’t remember it. Nonetheless, here it is. Diplo, if you see this, let me know. Is your cover homage to the box set, or something else? Inform.
While some fans may recognize the image as being that done by Queen in their promotional film clip (a/k/a “video”) for “Bohemian Rhapsody”, the stance was actually based on the cover of the band’s second album, Queen II. The album cover has been honored with a group called The Protomen. They have done a tribute album called A Night Of Queen, featuring nothing but Queen covers from all eras in their career.
(For a look at other Queen II parodies, including a few non-music ones, click here.)
On the surface, you may hear some very brutal and disgusting sounding heavy metal. For me, I hear that too but it’s done in a manner that is very well structured and organized. It’s not just heavy plodding just to sound evil, there’s some thought into it and that makes listening to Great Bringer Of Night a delight to hear. That not might be the first word one thinks of when hearing sludgy and doomy black metal that grinds and grinds until there’s nothing left, this word “delight”, but if you’re a metal fan that takes your music seriously with a bit of sensibility and clarity, you’ll understand what I speak of.
I speak of a band out of Indianapolis named Coffinworm, and if you’re familiar with them, you may have heard of most of these songs, as three of the tracks were originally released as an EP in 2009. This 5-song version was newly remastered by James Plotkin, and while it is indeed songs from their demo, a lot of people liked it enough to want to hear it again, so this new version adds two songs not on the original EP, and you’re able to buy it on vinyl as well. Maybe the best song on here is “Start Saving For Your Funeral“, and as there is a wicked scream, the band creates a metal gallop that sounds incredible and makes me want to head into a pit and celebrate the power I hear with others who may feel the same way. Then the song changes style and tempo a few times in its close-to-six minute duration, and I would have loved to have heard them explore some of these sections even more. Perhaps they do this in a live setting. They can get into a mean funeral dirge like “Spitting In Infinity’s Asshole”, only to wrap the song up in an epileptic fit and make you wish someone was eating your face in order for you to survive the terror you’re hearing. It’s beautiful and again, a “delight”, but don’t think those words are code for “soft and delicate”, for Coffinworm sounds like the inevitable disease making its way up your spine and into your mind in a 34-minute duration.
Having El Da Sensei & Homeboy Sandman on your song is not a bad thing at all, and when you’re Voorheez‘s, that a hole in the corner pocket right there. The song is called “Place To Be”, which will be released on Vorheez’s forthcoming album, Say Anything, but you can buy the track, available via Amazon.
Anthony Valadez has released a new album today on Plug Research called Just Visiting, which may sound like a martian statement coming onto/into Earth, or perhaps we as humans existing on Earth for a limited time before we expire. You can take a listen to one of the tracks on it, a beautiful and tranquil song featuring vocalist Anna Wise called “Asleep”.
If you like what you hear, you can purchase the album on vinyl or CD by clicking the Amazon widgets below.
“My soul in the fish bowl for all to see/You can’t say jack, I swim around so free” is a perfect way to describe what Rusty Redenbacher‘s mission is about in music and in life, and he says so in his brand new track, “Slim Get Fonkay (Slim Gon Tell It)”. Three days after posting my review of his album The Tinkerer, Redenbacher now has a double album on its way called Lower, and “Slim Get Fonkay” is the first hit of sound. Very curious to hear what the full album will sound like.
Can a song that admits to being about “absolutely nothing” be worthy of a listen? It may be a challenge for some, but challenge yourself to listen to Pavy‘s “Pointless Rap Song”, which features Vic Spencer talking about how he has never flipped pies but he is on another agenda which doesn’t involve the culinary arts. Thumbs up on this one.
Brand new today is a new EP by Isaiah Toothtaker and Rapewolf. Their music has been making the rounds, and now you can hear a 5-song EP and not only that, it’s free so download the FLAC’s or MP3′s. This one was produced by Harry Fraud, and for the most part it’s a pretty good EP, although potential gay fans may find the line “y’all stay on that faggot shit” offensive, depending on ones perspective.
The cool think about this Rob Zombie project is that they’re making videos for each song on it, thus a video EP. Two more are on the way.
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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.
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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.