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    Main » 2007 » November » 03
    Saturday, 03 November 2007

    LAFMS: The Lowest Form of Music
    "The unearthing of the LAFMS recordings is experimental rock history at it's most historical and hysterical - a completely bizarro and further-out counterpart to the L.A. punk scene."
    ~ Thurston Moore

    ~@~@~

    The LAFMS was a lightning rod for pre-punk & non-punk musical whatsis from all over the globe. This compilation deals primarily with the associations core members and their good works, but one of the LAFMS' prime functions was to transform itself ... Read more »
    Category: Alternative/Punk | Views: 2427 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 03 November 2007 | Rating: 5.0/2

    Saturday, 03 November 2007
    It was requested and here it is @ 320.

    A severely underrated player during his lifetime, Grant Green is one of the great unsung heroes of jazz guitar. Like Stanley Turrentine, he tends to be left out of the books. Although he mentions Charlie Christian and Jimmy Raney as influences, Green always claimed he listened to horn players (Charlie Parker and Miles Davis) and not other guitar players, and it shows. No other player has this kind of single-note linearity (he avoids chordal playing). There is very little of the intellectual element in Green's playing, and his technique is always at the service of his music. And it is music, plain and simple, that makes Green unique.

    ... Read more »
    Category: Soul/Funk/Ethnic | Views: 3730 | Added by: ex-LiT-nikos1109 | Date: 03 November 2007 | Rating: 4.6/5

    Saturday, 03 November 2007

    The rock era saw a few white female singers, like Janis Joplin, show they could sing the blues. But one who could outshine them all -- Jo Ann Kelly -- seemed to slip through the cracks, mostly because she favored the acoustic, Delta style rather than rocking out with a heavy band behind her. But with a huge voice, and a strong guitar style influenced by Memphis Minnie and Charley Patton, she was the queen.

    ... Read more »
    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 2092 | Added by: BlackCatBone | Date: 03 November 2007 | Rating: 0.0/0


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