2016-09-23

4IN1 / pseudo code, mecanique vegetale, etat brut et human flesh / a tape with four belgian bands released in 1982

the arcane side, the mysterious sight, the occult signs, the unsearchable sighs of the belgian postpunk postindustrial underground. pseudo code, mecanique vegetale, etat brut et human flesh executionearing their versions of lo-fi home-made ritrewal tridal mustique for a metanew commournity of outsizers: mysoterick punque floroarrating as hermetick ordeurs of blasphemenous fervidness.
their instruments were cheap and easy to coumtrol, their minds were set out as unconscious un-entities of operating titones and they vent out to dorse it. the belgiogoning beings have never been a caitiff state of a nationalist nationation, but always a wide open straight of mynde. these sounds are hypertopic cradlogades of underclaimed submetamaps of nevernerve-a-terriotories that hop-e-fully will be a-happening in a-coming noonday sumn, as nietzsche foreboulded.
some information on the four bands involved can be found on discogs, the place where you can buy this-here tape for a minimum of 39 euro. you won't, won't you?

so hears what you get:

01 - mecanique vegetale - incantations cyclique
02 - mecanique vegetale - lamentations (listen directly in your browser)
03 - mecanique vegetale - zona periodica
04 - mecanique vegetale - sick soldier
05 - pseudo code - le gange
06 - etat brut - sollicitation extérieure
07 - etat brut - psychosomatique
08 - human flesh - total recall
09 - human flesh - T.I.N.A. 74
10 - human flesh - matin promenade
11 - human flesh - airport (your selfish mind) (listen directly in your browser)

download the belgian underground from 1982
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2016-09-16

supply and demand: dagmar krause sings bertolt brecht, hanns eisler and kurt weill (1986; cd-version with ten bonus tracks)

born as a city preacher, raised in good id-company with inga rumpf and rereborn as henry the happy slapping cow, german singer dagmar krause (coyned after some harth days with the goebbels knights) released her first solosolo-album in 1986 singing songs of bertolt brecht, set to music by the german avantgarde composers hanns eisler and kurt weill between 1927 and 1943.
on this-here occasion dagmar krause can be heard with richard thompson on guitars, jason osborn on piano, danny thompson on bass, john harle andandy findon on woodwinds, roger williams on trombone and tuba, howard evans on trumpet, paul wickens on synthesizer, jack emblow on accordian, adrian levine on violin, david newby on cello, and joe gallivan on percussion; all of them can be found on discogs, as you might have guessed.
so listen:

01 - song von der ware $
02 - grabrede §
03 - deutsche miserere $
04 - o falladah, die du hangest $
05 - alabama song §
06 - hollywood elegies $
07 - surabaya johnny §
08 - moritat (ballade von mackie messer) §
09 - barbara-song §&
10 - kanonen-song §&
11 - matrosen-tango §
12 - die ballade von der höllenlili §
13 - das lied von der moldau $
14 - im gefängnis zu singen $ (listen directly in you browser)
15 - ostersonntag 1935 $
16 - zu potsdam unter den eichen §
17 - der song von der mandelay §
18 - benares-song §
19 - supply & demand $&
20 - epitaph 1919 §&
21 - german miserere $& (listen directly in you browser)
22 - surabaya johnny §&
23 - song of the moldau $& (listen directly in you browser)
24 - pavel's prison song $&
25 - easter sunday 1935 $&
26 - in potsdam 'unter den eichen' §&

all lyrics by bertolt brecht; § composition kurt weill; $ composition hanns eisler; & bonus track, not included with the original vinyl release, recorded at the same session in 1986.

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2016-09-09

ron asheton: the 1976 demos with the new order, plus some more

do i love the stooges? hellfuckyes, i do; even more than jesus loves the stooges. when they kind of split up and off in 1974, iggy pop teamed up with james williamson for some new adventures, and ron asheton went off into the wild to form the new order with dennis thompson on drums, jimmy recca on bass, scott thurston on keyboards, and jeff spry on vocals. having recorded some demos in 1975, thurston and spry left for good or gold, ray gunn joined them as a guitar player and dave gilbert from the amboy dukes snapped the microphone. these guys in 1976 recorded the eight demos you are about to be hearing right now.
this-here cd version of victim of circumstance has four of the tracks that new order recorded in 1975 (and released as the album declaration of war) added as bonus tracks. for your listening pleasure i added some of the well-known 1981 live recordings that ron asheton executed in 1981 with the new race, including of course loose (faded out on the original release; by no means by me) and descent into the maelström, the two songs that were omitted from the vinyl-version of the new race masterpiece. you can hear ron asheton on guitar, warwick gilbert on bass, deniz tek on guitar, dennis thompson on drums, and rob younger on leadvocals. you know them all, don't you!!!
so this is what you want, and this is what you get:

new order mark 2; 1976
01 - victim of circumstance
02 - sold for cash girl
03 - sex drive
04 - 1975 no taboos
05 - never be the same again
06 - can't quit yer (listen directly in your browser)
07 - sidewinder
08 - hit and run

new order mark 1; 1975
09 - lucky strike
10 - declaration of war (listen directly in your browser)
11 - hollywood holliday
12 - sidewinder

new race; live 1981
14 - descent into the maelström
15 - sad tv
16 - alone in the endzone
17 - breaks my heart
18 - columbia
19 - looking at you
20 - crying sun

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2016-09-06

stuttgarter gitarren trio 1996: a tribute to barney kessel, including two tracks barney kessel recorded in stuttgart in 1979

das stuttgarter gitarren trio (the stuttgart guitar trio) with the blank space characters correct in english and completely wrong in german, and their tribute to barney kessel, one of the greatest jazzguitarists this world has ever seen, recorded in 1996, and including two tracks that barney kessel recorded in stuttgart in 1979 with the bigband des sdr, des süddeutschen rundfunks, the southgerman broadcasting service, conducted by the great erwin lehn.
das stuttgarter gitarren trio (dieter fischer, lorenzo petrocca and frank kuruc on guitars, german klaiber on bass, and torsten krill on bass) was deeply rooted in the leftoisocialdemocratic gutlinksbürgerliche hardbopestablishment within the halfofficial halfsubterranean promotion of cultural affairs, better known as the sometimes wonderful but most of the time coumpletely annoying stuttgart sleaze. but okay, as long as they come to terms like this and find ways to dump and distribute public funds into a cliquey but nevertheless higheely interesting music scene i won't dare to mind.
soho, my reigndeers, here is some wellgroomed stuttgart jazz, released on the metavantgardish edition musikat (an interesting and by no means completely rediscovered label that saw some spanish folklore music, the präzisionsmusik of HEUTE, some obscure offsprings of no sports, and radicilous noise in the non-tradition of stockhausen or cage) of the one and lonely buch-julius in 1996. ("volume 1", by the way, refers to the number of discs the stuttgart gitarren trio have released, not to the quantity of tributes to barney kessel)
so this is what you want, in case you did not know, and this is what you'll get: the stuttgart guitar trio with some brubeck, wes montgomery and their tribute to barney kessel, and barney kessel himself with two tracks you can't hear anywhere else. a very comprehensive booklet in german and english is included in the downloadfile. bop it!

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2016-09-02

sixties rebellion: the garage and the barn: twentyeight 60spunk pebbles unearthed by hans kesteloo, the tübingen god of scoum teen trash noise in 1993

and yes, i love rudi protrudi and his big bigged girls he paintered for the cover art of sixties rebellion volumes one and two. and i love hans kesteloo, one of the mostmost evil assholes any collector of 60sgaragepunk has ever lived to experience. he was the owner of the rimpo record shop (and later on the owner of the music maniac label and the owner of this world's greatest collection of 60s-music) in the southwestgerman capitol of tübingen. in 1977 i sold all of my original troggs albums (first pressing, uk) to him for 30 deutschmarks each, and i knew he would sell them to those fanatic collectors in the usa for 120 dollar each; but anyway, i bought about a dozen of copies of the first edition of forming by the germs for 4,90 deutschmarks, and guess what i did?
since "punk" came true in 1976 (and only a few moths after the first release of lenny kaye's nuggets) there has been an unmanageable number of obscure and even more obscure compilations of obscure and even more obscure 60sgaragepunknoise from all over the world, and most of that stuff was unbelievable great or at least obscure and even more obscure; most of you will remember pebbles, scum of the earth, back from the grave and all the others. in 1993 hans kesteloo had the burning ambition to outcoumpile all of the prevenient coumpilers with a series of compilations that would only present songs no-one else had ever rererereleased before and that would not just pick up the oddments, but that would burn like hell. and with thee sixties rebellion series he succeedid, starting with sixties rebellion volumes one and two: none of these tracks had been rerererererreleased before, most of them were approved by the bands involved (missing only very few when no information could be found at all, but collecting their shares on a frozen account), and even bands like the 13th floor elevators sent him some unreleased stuff.
so this is what you want, and this is what you get:

01 - edges of wisdom - the past
02 - edges of wisdom - that lonely road
03 - the five canadians - don't tell me
04 - the flying circus - i'm going
05 - famen - crackin' up
06 - kir & the outlaws - midnight hour
07 - the 13th floor elevators - elevator jam (listen directly in your browser)
08 - the ex-cels - like a dream
09 - the escapades - she's the kind
10 - the fifth order - walkin' away
11 - the missing links - heartbreak hill
12 - the missing links - i cried goodbye
13 - the lyrics - mr. man
14 - the fugitives - you know she's a woman
15 - the destiny's children - the fall of the queen
16 - big sounds - go ahead and cry
17 - buccaneers - standin' in the shadow of your love
18 - the brother love congregation - she's gonna lose that boy
19 - the human situation - i got away
20 - the actioneers - it's you
21 - the actioneers - no one wants me
22 - the celtics - and she'll cry (listen directly in your browser)
23 - the fly-bi-nites - come on up (listen directly in your browser)
24 - the five canadians - goodnight
25 - the chaps - wait a minute
26 - pat farrell & the believers - gotta find her
27 - the fonograf four - don't throw stones
28 - the five - i don't care if it rains all night

i hope you'll like it, and i hope it stops raining. did i mention that rudi protrudi of the fuzztones did all of the artwork? yes, he did. and at least a little bit very few information on the bands involved can be found on discogs, forrasake orrnorhizom.


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2016-08-26

patti smith: the köln reading; reading some of her poems live in cologne in october 1977, and playing some guitar

yessir, patti smith, alone in cologne in october 1977, reading some of her poeTRY and playink some guitarnoises as a conclusion. this was recorded live at the veith turske gallery in cologne, and was released as a compactcassettetape in 1978 on the german s-press-tapelabel as number 73 in 1978. here she is with some rimbaud, some gloria and some electric prayer.
accoerding to discogs this is one of her mostthoughtafter items, and this-here edition seamus toobeeass even moore rare than the editions mentioned on discogs, with a cover coumpletely different to all the others, butt allwell documentatered in-here. well, wattsmourtwosayd?

so here we gogo with patti smith allallone reading

dream of rimbaud
lullaby
seventh heaven
rape
gloria
babel field
prayer
electric guitar noises
(more)

all together now in an anhalfanhour of your preciousprecious time; teakid orleafit. thank you for travelling with trancelove airwaves.


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2016-08-19

the stuttgart postfluxus artist albrecht/d. rehearsing on soupranova saxes and hillaryous percussions in his living room in 1990

and yes end yes ant the torture never stops: here is an other annother annoyink tape we found in the heritage of the stuttgart postfluxus artist albrecht/d. when we cleared out his flat in bad cannstatt after his untimely death in 2013; one of many tapes that no-one had ever listened to until now. 
this recording claims to be a recording of "solo sopransax" from october 1990, and, as in most cases concerning the tapes of albrecht/d., it is and it is not. it starts with about 25 minutes of free improvized noises on a soprano saxophone recorded in his living room with the radio on and with some environmental sounds, and then moves over to some minimalistic percussive sounds on unidentified instruments for some 35 minutes. everything sounds very funny and coumpletely relaxed, it seems to be a rehearsal just for his own purposses, and not a weapon training for an upcoming live performance. so this is a rather intimate private recording, and you are allowed to forget all about it after you have heard it. 
for your listening pleasure i edited out some clicks and cloncks and coumpiled a 64-minutes-file of this very private performance. i like it, and you're allowed to dance, in case you don't know. 

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2016-08-12

learning english with my friend jack: ken wilson is playing very simple english songs in 1977

sumsomewhere beyond the edgits and clippfs of sandy denny, kevin ayers and kraut: ken wilson with a half-english, half-german, and half-coumpleterley-alien accoustick band recordered in germanny in 1977: vary sympol easyenlightening englishlanguadged songs for the enjoymint of englishlearning younger gearmont studants, naively emphorsizing to outinpuddying some corrict grammarticales deep in-two your undercuntioussnessities. andend it wourks out, ass you might half no-tissued.
und das ist ja das schöne: dass ich hier nicht nur machen kann was ich will, sondern dass ich das auch mache. ken wilson, dede brewer and michael klein seem seen to have hads been being releasing a quitesomelot of listons on english grammar and langueege there is not all too much information may the been found of it, but very few.
though the copy of this tape is a bit wobbly and dull, it is still quite some fun to listen to these educational english folk tunes played and sung by native bourne speakers, singers and players joyned by some attentively learning and assimilatering krauts; and while i did so, the fairport convention came to my mind, accompanied by the subversive simplicity of the diy-postpunk movement, the easy-going folk of witthüser and westrupp, and even kevin ayers said hell-oh! but you might as well hate it, and i would not mind ore care.

so there:

(mp3 / all scans included / direct downlord)

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2016-08-06

the yardbirds live in paris, san remo, bremen, stockholm, los angeles and london from 1965 to 1968

this cd seems to be a copy of a fairly worn vinyl version of the yardbirds bootleg "over the world" that was released in italy in 1990, but still it's great. when i bought this cd in 1992 none of these tracks were commercially available, and though in the meantime some of them are, the very special look-and-feel of this atmospheric compilation is still a lot of fun. 
the yardbirds of course were keith relf (vocals and harmonica), chris dreja (bass and guitar), jim mccarty (drums), and either eric clapton (not on this-here compilation), jeff beck and/or jimmy page on guitar. though you will know most of these tracks by heart, some of these versions may have escaped your notice. 
the most interesting track of course is their 1968 version of the velvet underground's "i'm waiting for my man". the yardbirds had shared the bill with the velvet underground on some dates in may 1968, and when they executed this version of "i'm waiting for my man" on tuesday the 31st of may at the shrine auditorium in los angeles when the velvet underground had just ended a three-day-residency (27th to 30th of may) at the same venue; so most likely and you can guess the rest. and by the way: find out and explore the way the first seconds of "shapes of things" have their origin in the riff and bridge of  "i'm a man"; that's really interesting.
 
so there you gogo:

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listen to "i'm waiting for my man" and "over, under, sideways, down" directly in your browser; just click left.

2016-07-29

the ghost of brian jones: what the german postpunkprotopsych youth did to the rolling stones in 1989

and most of you did not even know that compact discs really existered in 1989, but they did. this one compiles sixteen mostlerey german bands paying their tribute to the rolling stones. some of these bands are deeply rooted in the backwoods of kassel, and some of them sum of sam point out to bands like einstürzende neubauten or the 39 clocks. all in all it's a lot of fundome.
but, dear lamblourdes and lulladies, you can figure it all out on discogs if you want to; here is just the facts and the source and the trouth of it all; and this is what you'll get:

01 lolitas - i'm alright
02 lüde & die astros - no expectations
03 space cowboys - satisfaction
04 die haut - 2120 south michigan avenue (listen directly in your browser)
05 lords of the new church - route 66 (live)
06 motor weirdos - i'm free
07 invisible army - yesterday's papers
08 toxin - jumpin' jack flash (listen directly in your browser)
09 haunted henschel - paint it black (listen directly in your browser)
10 r. u. nuts - jigsaw puzzle
11 strangemen - no expectations
12 alexander hacke & claudius kielholz - sing this all together
13 the bates - as tears go by
14 blumen ohne duft - we love you
15 ghoul - last time
16 hot 'n' cold - complicated

and end just a short note remains to let you know that i have been in a band with zoran bihac of blumen ohne duft in 1984 called the pinkees; listen to our version of of psycho and try to find out more...

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