2020-10-23

minhinihalism going to the maximistress: the 1965 execution of the day of niagara by john cale, tony conrad, angus maclise, la monte young and marian zazeela plus some bonustracks you might not be aware of

released some twenty years ago this cd of the real dream syndicate has become a rather rare item, and i thought you might like to hear it again or eventually at long least last lost lust et cetera. for your listening pleasure i added some bounustracks i found in the dark holes of my collection, and so it's allha great minimaniacinihihilism wartsoever.

the real dream syndicate in 1965 of course were john cale, tony conrad, angus maclise, la monte young, and marian zazeela: they were very young artists following a new vision of how art might want to be: mod, punk, pop, proto-psych, avantgarde: you name it, and they took it and they got it and they interreversed it and they made it better or wurst. very nice; and of course you know all about them of course. i don't need to tell yer cuz eyema supafellord.

for your listening pleasure and for you to build and burn a nice cd you can lay back to relax and listen comfourtabely at home i added some faulty minuettes of bonustracks you might know or love or leave or no or not. burt lets start with the real stuff:

01 - day of niagara (recorded in 1965 et cetera et cetera)

and now for the bonustracks:


 here we go-go!

 

02 - angus maclise - cloud asylum (recorded in 1966; from the cd up from the archives by gerard malanga)


03 - john cale and tony conrad - after the locust (1968) (listen directly)
04 - john cale, angus maclise and terry jennings - terry's cha-cha (1967)

 

05 - john cale and angus maclise - hot scoria (1964 or 1965)


06 - john cale - wall (1969, from the cd-version of vintage violence) (listen directly)



07 - jon gibson - terry's g dorian blues (probably 1992; in good company with/of la monte young) (listen directly)


08 - la monte young - 89 VI 8 C. 1:42-1:52 AM Paris Encore (probably 1990; from the tape tellus #24)


09 - the ramones - judy is a punk (1976; from the soundtrack of the tenenbaums) (listen directly)

and that's it.

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2020-10-02

THE JAPANESE NEU-NEUS-NOISE-LABEL THE COMPILATION VOLUME 3 FROM 1999

 

AND DO I LOVE THIS HARSH NOISE? YES I DO! EARBENDING MINDSPLITTING VOMIT UNCONTROLLABLE URGE THE SECOND COMING OF THE THIRST AND FINAL REPORT VORTEXPLODING MAELSTREAMS OF HARSH NOISE!


THIS LITTLE WHITE WONDER WAS RELEASED AS  NEU-010 ON THE JAPANESE NEU-318-LABEL IN 1999 AND IT IS NOT EVEN MENTIONED ON DISCOGS BUT HERE IT IS AGAINST!


THIS IS WHAT YOU WANT AND THIS IS WHAT YOU GET:

01 - RECALCITRANT - UNTITLED (LISTEN DIRECTLY)
02 - TENDER LOVE - METH CITY ACTION DOLL
03 - TENDER LOVE - HOT OSMOND
04 - SA-909 - BRAIN DEATH (LISTEN DIRECTLY)
05 - EHI - COMMENTS CALL
06 - O.C.O. - DISNEUROCRASHXCRPT
07 - AMES SANGLANTES - DOWNTOWN CHAOS (LISTEN DIRECTLY)
08 - ANEMONE TUBE - IMMINENCE
09 - DARUIN - H-ASH-CANS (LISTEN DIRECTLY)

AND THAT'S IT. SOME MORE NEUS-318-NOISE CAN BE FOUND IN THIS-HERE BLOG WAYDOWNBELOW; TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT!

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2020-09-11

you really got me! 31 versions of the greatest song of all, featuring the pinkees, british summertime ends, the beat boys, the portsmouth sinfonia, 801, the wilde flowers and 21 versions executed by the kinks. and they all sound the same.



the first word in this song is girl. it means girl. and to leave your body. yes, 31 versions of you really got me (though two are not) omitting the common hammersmith gorillas and van halen versions and incorporating a rather obscure focus point on the glamrogue band 801, the german postpunk pinkees, the even more german beat boys, the britishiest of the bizarre british brands summertime ends, and the morest britishitst of them all, the kinks, of course off course. additional information can easily be found on discogs or your favourite search engine, honeybaby, horneybeebee, honkydont!


so here we go-go:

01 - the portsmouth sinfonia 1977 (listen directly)
02 - the kinks - bbc, saturday club, 1964-09-07, transmissions-version
03 - the kinks - live at kelvin hall in glasgow, 1st of april 1967; mono-version (listen directly)
04 - 801 - live at hull 1977 (listen directly)
05 - the kinks on german tv: beat beat beat 23rd of november 1965
06 - the kinks live at maryland 1989
07 - the kinks in july 1964; mono-version with reverb
08 - the kinks - bbc, saturday club, 1964-09-07, kulled-from-the-arkives-version (listen directly)
09 - the kinks on top gear, 30th of october 1964
10 - the wilde flowers, rehearsal room recordings 1964, with kevin ayers, robert wyatt, brian hopper and hugh hopper (listen directly)
11 - the kinks live undated, from the early-days-of-rock-bootleg from 1989


12 - the kinks - don't ever let me go; recorded in september 1964 (this is not you really got me, but it is); official version
13 - the kinks - bbc, saturday club, 1964-09-07; ray davies talks about you really got me (listen directly)
14 - 801 - live on the 3rd of september 1976; featuring bill maccormick, brian eno, lloyd watson, francis monkman, simon phillips, and phil manzanera


15 - the beatboys 2007; more dissinfoamation on this german band can be found nextdoor (listen directly)
16 - the kinks; july 1964; mono-version
17 - the kinks live in paris on the 14th of april 1964 (listen directly)
18 - the pinkees; rehearsal room recording 1983. wenne on drums, machner on bass, zoran or flupp on guitar, and yes, that is me, singing with my voice (listen directly)
19 - the kinks - bbc, saturday club, 1964-09-07, anothergreatlostkinksalbum-version
20 - the kinks, live im bremen beat-club; tortally unconfirmed


21 - 801 - rehearsal room recordings dating from the 23rd of august 1976 (listen directly)
22 - the kinks - bbc, saturday club, 1964-09-07, official version
23 - the kinks, live, probably 1980, from the 1997 german compilation hit the road  (listen directly)
24 - british summertime ends; probadly recordered in 1990 (listen directly)
25 - don't ever let me go; recorded in september 1964 (this is not you really got me, but it is); bootleg-version (listen directly)


26 - the kinks - live at kelvin hall in glasgow, 1st of april 1967; stereo-version
27 - 801 live on the 2nd of november 1977 featuring the god=like paul thompson on drums (listen directly)
28 - the kinks live in london at the nme-poll-or-whatever-winners-party on the fourth of nouvember 1965
29 - the kinks in or on or at shindig in or over or all about the usa in november 1964
30 - the pinkees live in beutelsbach 1983 (listen directly)
31 - the kinks live in paris on the 14th of april 1964 again (listen directly)


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2020-08-28

ivan kral: a very enjoyable collection of rare tracks based on the 1992 album native, featuring patti smith, john cale, iggy pop, PBCH and other friends and relatives



godspeed, ivan kral. his death was untimely, as every death is. let us celebrate his life with some of the music he recorded in the seventies, eighties and nineties of the last century and keep his name alive. without him punk would have turned the other way. here is some john cale influenced melancholia for you, some stooges handclapping, some latelayed bowie and a lot of ivan kral.


first of all we got the band native with their eponymous album. native were ivan kral on vocals and guitars, zbynek pavlicek on bass, and mackenzie brown on drums. the album was recorded in late october 1992 at the monongo studios in berlin and was released on the german zensor label the same year. 


here we go-go:

01 - cry for more (listen directly)
02 - cat walk
03 - alive (tell me) (listen directly)
04 - break down her silence
05 - spirit
06 - crazy about you
07 - turn to me
08 - photographed
09 - slow down (listen directly)
10 - don't have answers
11 - way down below
12 - give me love


 
second of all this is followed by four songs from the 1995 album nostalgia featuring ivan kral on vocals and guitars, andrej seban on guitars and keyboards, emil frátrik on drums, andmarek minárik on bass:


13 - perfect moon (ivan kral on strings, andrej seban on guitar, john cale on piano, and patti smith sings) (listen directly)


14 - rains again (written by ivan kral and patti smith)


15 - speak to me (written by ivan kral and iggy pop)


16 - ahah (featuring david koller, PBCH, robert kodym and michal dvorák) (listen directly)



third of all there are three songs released as a maxi-cd complementating the album nostalgia in 1996:


17 - shoes (taken from the album)
18 - no one (live in prague, october 1995)
19 - dancing barefoot (live in prague, october 1995) (listen directly)



force of all are two songs ivan kral recorded live as a part of the iggy pop band on the 26th of september 1980 at the bookie's club in detroit; the show omitting these two tracks has been released halflegally on easy action in 2018, the missing tracks can only found on the lust for life bootleg and here:


20 - hassels
21 - louie louie / hang on sloopy (listen directly)



and fifth but not least we got a live version of one of the many songs ivan kral wrote for the patti smith group:

22 - pumping my heart (bottom line, new york, 27th of december 1975) (listen directly)

(mp3 / all scans included / direct download)

2020-08-21

like father, like son: peter and caspar brötzmann blowing each other's mind



his machine gun attack in 1968 was louder than war, it was harsh and vibrant, and it was punk before sid vicious was even born. here you can hear the german adolphesax-player peter brötzmann some twentytwo years later in bad coumpany and not accompanicked with/by the uncontrollable guitar noise of his son caspar. a morethanharmful and mindbending experience.


caspar and peter brötzmann recorded these pictures of lily live in a studio in brooklyn way back in august 1990. caspar in those days of course had is own freepunkfreakjazzband massaker, and peter brötzmann was freelanzanating and blowing his horn wherever he went. these recordings were released in abbreviatedited form as a longplayer on vinyl and in extended versions as a cd with two bonustracks. the tracklength documented on the cover is refering to the vinyl version, i added the running time of the cd-version in brackets.


in the download-file below you will of course find the slightly longer cd-version of these recordings, plus a bonustrack by the caspar-brötzmann-massaker i found on the mortar compilation.

so here we go-go:

01 - die, saurier, die 3:53 (listen directly)
02 - talk to the canoe driver 10:10
03 - last home 2:25 (4:39) (listen directly)
04 - little man in the boat 2:15 (5:42)
05 - doozandazzy 5:45 (4:30) (listen directly)
06 - yazzihamper 4:32 (5:00)
07 - witch hazel in the dark afternoon 5:02 (5:46)
08 - fette biester 5:50 (listen directly)
09 - tantarabobs 16:27

the bonustrack:


10 - the caspar-brötzmann-massaker - massaker 13:30
(caspar brötzmann guitar vocals / eduardo delgado bass vocals / frank neumeier drums / recorded live at ccam in nancy in 1990)

(mp3 / all scans included / direct download)