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To say that this holiday season will be a treat for Beatles fans both old and new is putting it lightly. With heavy discussion about the remaster of the film Magical Mystery Tour, talk about a forthcoming Beatles remastered vinyl box set from EMI began as soon as it was a mere rumor. Now it’s a reality, which means Beatles fans will be buying this up like crazy, despite its $399 price tag.
The different between this and previous Beatles vinyl box sets? Most of the albums are the digital stereo remasters released on CD and digital in 2009, and they make their vinyl debut with this box. EMI are using Sir George Martin’s 1986 mixes of Help! and Rubber Soul, which is causing a bit of concern among Beatles fans and collectors who are looking at the bit-rate of those masters compared to the 2009 remasters. Some feel that the Canadian CD pressings of Help! and Rubber Soul, both of which used the original masters and not the 1986 mixes, could have been used, but as with anything Beatles, one path of discussion leads to an endless pool of other discussions. If your listening preference with The Beatles is vinyl, you may want to consider this one.
This new box will feature their entire UK album discography, along with the American Magical Mystery Tour album (released in the UK as a double 7″ EP, the US decided to make an album from that EP and add on the singles the band released in 1967), and the U.S. compilation Past Masters, created as a means to feature songs released in other forms and not on the proper albums. The box will also feature new versions of various inserts that were in the original albums, including the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band cut-outs and inner-sleeve, the booklet in Magical Mystery Tour, and the posters in The Beatles (b/k/a The White Album).
You can pre-order the stereo Beatles remastered vinyl box set directly from Amazon. EMI does plan on doing a mono box set for 2013.
New indie rock band The Child Of Lov combine a bit of garage distortion with a bit of groove, sounding a bit like some serious lo-fi midwest funk, as if they met up with George Clinton, the MC5 and Iggy Pop and said “let’s rock this out in a gym”. The end result is their debut single called “Heal”, the picture sleeve of which looks like this.
A video for the song has been created, and looks like this.
I have to make a confession. The Child Of Lov are not a band, which means they’re not a “they” nor are they “are”. The Child Of Lov is a child, or in truth a grown-man doing the one-man band thing and his name is… well, for now it’s a secret. We do know The Child Of Lov is a single individual, and as for how he looks? That’s unknown either, for this is what the record label offered as a promotional pic.
It reminds of a certain album cover by Leo Sayer so… is this guy Leo Sayer? Is he a Strutter? HUH?
Eh maybe not, but if you like The Child Of Lov’s music, put value in him. Also of interest is the B-side, a cover of D’Angelo’s “One Mo’ Gin”. Yes, we have now lived long enough to where artists are doing D’Angelo covers, and that’s a good thing. You may order the single directly from Double Six Records by clicking here.
A new artist to my ears has come to my attention, and he goes by the name of DonPrestlé (pronounced like “Presley”, think of the chocolate makers Nestlé). No sweetness here though, but you may listen to this track and watch the video, then say “oh damn, that Don guy is sweet”, or as they say in New Zealand, “sweet as”. It’s a compliment equal to “bad ass”, “dope”, “fresh”, say what you want but this is nice. It’s about a “Gun Show” when you’re hanging out in the streets, and he does so with help from Ronnie Brown. At first I wasn’t sure how the lyrical flow fit in with the beat, but once it gets to the chorus, you’ll understand how things work and you’ll want to start from the beginning again. Then you’ll realize that both of their flows are uniquely different, which is cool in itself, but it may remind you of what Outkast used to do where the beat may sound like it’s in 3/4 but the flow is a speedy 4/4.
Regardless of your entry point, just get in and enjoy what they offer. If you like it, check out this other track, this one with ReignTheAnimated.
Music and discussion, it’s what the Book’s Music podcast is all about: the radio show that radio forgot, but in digital form so you can listen to it anywhere and everywhere without a waiting period. You’re welcome.
New week? Then that means a brand new video from $hamrock, who has unleashed the very nice “EastSide”, this one produced by The
Avengerz. The song is from his brand new album Money Green, which you can order below via Amazon.com
If you’ve seen her videos, album covers, or live performances, you know Wendy Ho loves to dress up to make her point. She uses comedy and parody to present her music, and if you look beyond that, she has an incredible voice. For her new video, it seems we’re getting a bit closer to seeing the real Ho (or the woman behind the costumes) but… not quite. Regardless of the guises and costumes she puts on, she admits that “Yes, I’m A Ho”. The video is very timely, as it is an election year in the United States so you will see a few relevant references to certain people of power, who may also be ho’s.
WARNING: I hate to do this, but the song and video contains political, social, sexual, and religious references. If any mention of them individually or together offends, click away.
The first time I heard of Andrew Poppy was in the mid-1980′s, when I was absorbing and collecting anything and everything that was Zang Tuum Tumb. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Art Of Noise, Propaganda, das psych oh rangers, Anne Pigalle, all of it. Then came The Beating Of Wings (or The Cheating Of Things or The Seating Of Kings, depending on how you looked at the album cover equation). At the same time I was becoming more familiar with Frank Zappa’s works and that was the closest thing I had to classical music stepping out of the classical norm. This was adventurous and while I had no idea at the time what to call it, I found myself loving it. “32 Frames For Orchestra” seemed to be a piece that could go on and on, the mixture of 4/4 and 3/4 time signatures in “Listening In” was incredible, and “Cadenza” was brilliant as it seemed to be focused on a musical phrase that would slowly peel itself until it placed a focus on a singular note. Over time I found myself liking certain styles of music for different music, be it jazz, progressive rock, or hip-hop, and would later discover that the drones I admired and what some would call monotonous was called minimalism. When I started exploring the music of Terry Riley, I got into his composition “In C”, which lead to me discovering that Poppy’s “Cadenza” was in honor of Riley and “In C”. It made me appreciate The Beating Of Wings and his other works even more.
Poppy will be releasing an album on the 27th of November called Shiny Floor Shiny Ceiling (Field Radio), and for this he has collaborated with Claudia Brücken, James Gilchrist, Guillermo Rozenthuler, Margaret Cameron, Lula Pena and Bernardo Devlin, which means the album is a mixture of music and voices, and before the album is released, Poppy will be doing a three-night stand at the Jackson Lane Theatre in London from November 8-10th, highlighting the new release.
A review of Shiny Floor Shiny Ceiling is forthcoming.
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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.