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    Elastic Days - J Mascis

    6music album of the day heard it this morning and thought it sounded like Dinosaur Jnr, it’s a solo album.


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    6music of fire with there album of the days.

    Black Velvet - Charles Bradley

    Sublime

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    6music of fire with there album of the days.

    Black Velvet - Charles Bradley

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    Agreed - top class artist....sad loss to the music world....

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    I agree, I really like this version.

    Went along to Assai record shop on Thursday afternoon there, Bobby Gillespie was interviewed by Vic Galloway and then did a Q&A and signed records. It was a brilliant hour or so. He pretty much admitted that they didn't have the conviction to stick with their original vision. The record was intended to be a bit of a downer after Screamadelica and they were desperate to work with Dowd due to their respect for his work.

    But they started messing with his mix almost immediately. Alan McGee never got what they were going for and thought it was too dull, not modern enough basically. Bobby said they took on board McGee's feedback and agreed to work with the new producer, George Drakoulis. He felt this was vindicated by the commercial success but the vision they started with was totally lost.

    Such an interesting guy, could've listened to him talk about music for hours!
    There is a documentary on the Memphis recordings on BBC4 on Friday night at 9

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    There is a documentary on the Memphis recordings on BBC4 on Friday night at 9
    I will definitely check that out, thanks for the heads up

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    Quote Originally Posted by archiecoby View Post
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    There is a documentary on the Memphis recordings on BBC4 on Friday night at 9
    Fabulous programme.

    Tom Dowd and the Memphis Horns are all over my music collection. To hear those songs, which I loved first time around, in the way they were meant to be was such a treat.

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    Yeah just finished watching the Primal Scream Memphis documentary myself there - enjoyed it as well. Was interesting that the sound was changed because of being in the 90’s and McGee thought it needed to be a ‘smash’ album after Scremadelica. The Memphis recordings sound amazing to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpj View Post
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    The re release of Primal Scream's Give Out But Don't Give Up original Memphis sessions is much better than the one originally released, well worth a listen.
    There was a thing on the telly about it the other night. I'm sure it was on bbc4 so should be on the I-player.

    I love Primal Scream and didn't know that this existed. That album always frustrated me because it had highlights and was nearly brilliant but didn't quite hit the mark. Hopefully this one now will.

    Edit - sorry, didn't realise this thread had a 28th page.

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    The Good,The Bad & The Queen - Merrie Land


    Very good.

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    Meek Mill-Championships I like it on 1st listen.Dont expect it to get alot of love one here,but if you like hip hop it's a good listen.

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    I'm aware my recommendations are usually "niche" and don't appeal to the masses on here.

    However.

    I can't recommend Thrice's new album "Palms" enough. It'll appeal to most fans of rock and isn't at all heavy.

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    Liking The Fernweh’s self titled debut.

    Probably sound a bit pretentious, but was recommended looking at a couple of small record labels (Vampisoul & Ace Records). They do a lot of the 60s beat girls sound from around Europe at that time. I love that sound and really interesting hearing the slightly different takes on the sound in other countries. I ended up buying 7 of the albums including the solo stuff of one of the singers.

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    J.P Bimeni & The Black Belts - Free Me


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    I’ve been listening to the new albums from Steve Mason and Ian Brown today.

    Masons is an absolute cracker

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    Quote Originally Posted by LustForLeith View Post
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    I’ve been listening to the new albums from Steve Mason and Ian Brown today.

    Masons is an absolute cracker
    I’ve not got round to listening to Ian Brown’s album yet but would echo the Steve Mason sentiment. His new album is excellent.

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    The Specials new one ‘Encore’ is very good.

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    Downloaded the remastered Prefab Sprout album , I trawl the Megahertz
    An amazing haunting opening piece of music
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    The Specials new one ‘Encore’ is very good.
    Will give that a listen to 👍

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    Ian Brown's is good. We've heard very similar melodies from him before but it's got that individual sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    Downloaded the remastered Prefab Sprout album , I trawl the Megahertz
    An amazing haunting opening piece of music
    Need to have a listen of this Paddy was on 6music this morning talking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Need to have a listen of this Paddy was on 6music this morning talking about it.
    Title track is unbelievably good, can’t get the tune out of my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    The Specials new one ‘Encore’ is very good.
    First time I listened to it I wasn’t that keen. Soon changed my opinion with every other listen. Quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Ian Brown's is good. We've heard very similar melodies from him before but it's got that individual sound.
    Nipped upto Fopp yesterday to buy it on vinyl. Going to give it my first proper listen tonight. Hopefully he tours again soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_b_ View Post
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    Nipped upto Fopp yesterday to buy it on vinyl. Going to give it my first proper listen tonight. Hopefully he tours again soon.
    I liked it, but was a bit disappointed he stayed in his comfort zone but you know what you’re getting with an Ian Brown solo album. Still better than most of the guff these days.

    I’ll also be keeping an eye out for a tour.

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    I missed this when it came out at the end of last year but Dull Clunk by Garies is an amazing album. Been on constant repeat for me over the last couple of weeks, love it.

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    Foals - Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost

    Really into this after a few listens.

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    Headsticks new album Kept In The Dark
    And for any Punks out there The Liarbilitys album is excellent

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    Loving Alexis Evans new album, “I’ve Come A Long Way”. Really well done RnB/Soul.

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    While She Sleeps' "So What?" is a perfect commentary on the current sorry state of this world.

    Beautifully angry.

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