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ThisIsBooksMusic.com has returned

Officially, my website was in “maintenance mode”. To make a long story short, after eight years, I decided to find a new place to host the website, which coincided with the renewal of the domain. Finding a new place to host was the easy part, transferring the files was another story. Moving the files was easy but in the background, there needed to be a bit of “reconfiguring”. Nonethelesss, you are reading this, and that means the website is up and running. In the words of Chip Monck from Woodstock, “after a short intermission, we’ll continue.”

VIDEO: Horse Feathers’ “Violently Wild”

Horse Feathers will be releasing a new album next month called So It Is With Us (Kill Rock Stars) and as a hint of the magic, they’ve amde a video for “Violently Wild”, which they hope you will be as you listen. Or with a little bit of calmness involved. The album will be out on October 21st, you may pre-order a copy below (in the MP3, vinyl, and CD formats, respectively).

SOME STUFFS: Sly Stone’s Stone Flower label to be honored with a compilation

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Fifteen years ago, I wrote a letter to Rhino Records and suggested that they release a compilation album putting together the songs Sylvester “Sly” Stewart released on Stone Flower Records, a small label distributed by Atlantic Records in the early 1970’s. Since Rhino was a Warner-affiliated label and they regularly reissued music on Atlantic, I thought it would be a good and easy idea to do. Instead, they told me that there is no value to an idea like that, since Stone Flower didn’t release any hits. In my mind, indie labels were releasing compilations full of soul, funk, disco, and doo-wop oddities, so why couldn’t Rhino handle this? I had asked because years before that, I had found a 45 on Stone Flower by Little Sister called “Somebody’s Watching You”/”Stanga”. It was clear that the music was played by Stone himself, but I had wanted to know more. I discovered that Stone Flower was Stone’s “travels” away from Epic Records and most of the music he released for it (only four 45’s in total) were recording during the sessions for There’s A Riot Going On. In a brief e-mail exchange I had years ago with Little Sister vocalist Vaetta “Vet” Stewart (Sly’s sister), there were plans for him to put together a full length album by his sister’s group but sometime in 1971, he finished his own album and essentially gave up with what Stone Flower represented, whatever it was.

43 years after the demise of Stone Flower and 15 years after my suggestion to Rhino, Seattle’s Light In The Attic label are releasing a compilation representing the short-lived Sly Stone label called I’m Just Like You: Sly’s Stone Flower 1969-70. The album will not only have the four 45’s released, but it will also have ten songs previously unreleased and uncirculated from the vaults, all remastered from the original master tapes. The MP3’s and CD versions were released today (September 30th) while a 2-record set will be out on November 4th, which will be out on lime green vinyl, to coincide with one of the original label’s colors.

FREE DL: To The Lovers, Farewell’s “Slice Up Not Across” (EP)

A festival of noise can and will be achieved in this new 3-track EP by To The Lovers, Farewell. It’s a new release on Red Venice Records called Slice Up Not Across, and this one is just nothing but feedback twisted in different ways.

AUDIO: Captain Supernova’s “Captain’s Theme”

There goes Captain Supernova, but is he a pushover? No, but he has a nw song to share with you, his theme song if you will, and it’s appropriately called “Captain’s Theme”. The song will find its way on his forthcoming EP coming out in December called Visions Of The Unknown, and now it’s your time to see, hear, and know what is not known.

VIDEO: The History Of Apple Pie’s “Jamais Vu”

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Released today is the new album by The History Of Apple Pie called Feel Something (Marshall Teller) and if you want to feel something, or feel something more, check out the video they made for “Jamais Vu”, the audio of which was posted here a month ago.

FREE MP3 DL: ill Clinton, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Moses West’s “A Brother Like Ezell”

ill Clinton of Florida (not to be confused with Ill Clinton of Philadelphia) has collaborated with Georgia Anne Muldrow and Moses West in a new song called “A Brother Like Ezell”, which rocks well. While the song is available as a free download, any money used to purchase the song will go towards the Dream Defenders charity, click the Bandcamp page for the song for more information.

VIDEO: Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood’s “Juicy Lucy”

With a new album called Juice that just went to #1 on Billboard’s Jazz Album Chart and a tour set up in December, you’d think John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, and John Scofield would just ease up and relax. Then again, if you know how MMW work and how Scofield energizes the trio even more, relaxation is not an option. They’ve made a video for one of the songs on the album, and maybe there will be more in the future. For now, watch “Juicy Lucy” and see how juiced up she gets. Or they get, you don’t know what kind of video it could be.

VIDEO: Rediculus’ “Mad As Hell”

In Response: Dee-Fi is a compilation put together by Rediculus that scratches the service of what he’s about. If you’ve seen his name before or you heard one or two of his cuts, you will be able to hear a 15-song collection that will let you know what he is about. At least in part. A video has been made for the song “Mad As Hell” and even if he is, he’s having fun at the same time.

SOME STUFFS: Scorpions remaster release scheduled; Eric Clapton compilation gets remastered

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In late 2013, Audio Fidelity announced they would be doing an audiophile remaster of the Scorpions’ 1982 hit album, Blackout, to be released in early 2014. Soon after, they stated it would be delayed and it turned into “sometime in 2014″. Unless there are further delays and/or changes, the Kevin Gray-remaster now has an official release date: November 4th.

Just announced from Audio Fidelity is a remaster of a best selling Eric Clapton “greatest hits” album of sorts, Timepieces. The 1980 compilation combined various eras of Clapton’s music post-Cream and post-Blind Faith, representing the period between 1970-1980. That covers a lot of ground, including the material he did with Derek And The Dominoes and his solo material, which includes such hits as “I Shot The Sheriff”, “Lay Down Sally”, “After Midnight”, and “Cocaine”. While Audio Fidelity has covered Clapton’s 80’s and 90’s material for Warner Bros., for some this is considered some of Clapton’s best music in his career. This one will also be released on the 4th of November.

Both discs are hybrid SACD’s, which means they’re playable on SACD players along with regular standard compact disc players.

VIDEO: Devilment’s “Even Your Blood Group Rejects Me”

British band Devilment will be releasing a new album in November called The Great & Secret Show (Nuclear Blast) and from it is a piece of the puzzle to come, a track called “Even Your Blood Group Rejects Me”. It’s a bit like a cross between the best elements of Marilyn Manson and Korn, but it goes beyond that. The video was directed by Sam Scott-Hunter for your convenience.