Archive for October, 2005

Monday, October 31st, 2005

DOWNLOAD:MP3: Elton John – My Father’s Gun *MP3: Lou Reed – Street Hassle **MP3: Sun Kil Moon – Carry Me Ohio ***————-* From the Elizabethtown OST** From The Squid & The Whale OST*** As used in Shopgirl, no OST available [The Squid & The Whale comes highly recommended. Both the film and the official soundtrack […]

Friday, October 28th, 2005

This post is a little tardy, as I meant to get on it after reading medication a few weeks ago. The ’01 re-issue of Dream Syndicate’s The Days of Wine & Roses album has 7 bonus tracks — all worth your time. This track has been on the radio to the right the past 10 […]

Thursday, October 27th, 2005

Prior to listening to the leak of this album I was expecting a total train-wreck. Not so it turns out.DOWNLOAD:MP3: Babyshambles – Sticks & StonesMP3: Babyshambles – Albion————–

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

Not the first Galaxie 500 posting here at the Drunkard, but this is the first topical Galaxie 500 post. By that I mean Galaxie 500’s Peel Sessions will see an official release date November 14, 2005 — eight tracks spanning the groups ’89 & ’90 sessions recorded for the BBC’s Radio One John Peel Show. […]

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

I predict this album will generate a fair amount of initial fanfare. First, it’s an album made up entirely of covers from one of the more successful “indie” bands of the past five years. Second, those who know/love Mark Kozelek’s work (either from Red House Painters, Solo, or Sun Kil Moon) are usually pretty die-hard. […]

Monday, October 24th, 2005

Crosby in 1970. This was his finest hour — his first solo album. Contributing guests include: Jerry Garcia, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Phil Lesh, Graham Nash, etc etc. If you too enjoy this album, drop me a comment. I think it’s fantastic….loose, creative…embodies the early ’70s in California perfectly. DOWNLOAD:MP3: David Crosby – Tamalpais High […]

Sunday, October 23rd, 2005

I uploaded this rare 1978 bootleg recording from the Montreux Jazz Festival for a friend yesterday…thought you all may be interested as well. I have several live albums from this New Orleans piano master, and this is by far the best. Booker plays along with a loose pick-up band backing him. Spiders on keys, indeed. […]