Archive for September, 2007

Sunday, September 30th, 2007

I am by no means a fan of Pearl Jam, so the Eddie Vedder scored soundtrack, for Sean Penn’s (excellent) new film, Into The Wild, did nothing for me. But I did love the use of John Prine’s “Angel From Montgomery,” performed in the film by actors Emile Hirsch and Kristen Stewart, as a duet; […]

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

Just got back from a lunch meeting (at the Mama Mia cafe, on Vermont. Go for the breakfast…delish), and the conversation turned to Morrissey’s upcoming, Los Angeles, muti-night stint, effectively closing the Hollywood Palladium (est. 1940). And, by “multi-night,” I mean ten nights, between October 1 – 13th. Anyone going to this? The below track […]

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS, channel 26 Left Of Center, can now be heard twice, every Friday – Noon EST and then an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. Below is this week’s playlist. SIRIUS 017: David Bowie – Conversation Piece ++ TV On The Radio – Province ++ Kings of Convenience – Winning […]

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Are you William Blake? Yes, I am. Do you know my poetry? – Dead Man (1995) The crux of this post is the unreleased acoustic/electric theme from Jim Jarmusch’s film Dead Man, which, oddly, did not appear on the official soundtrack to the film. Thankfully, Neil Young die hards prevail, and a copy of the […]

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Thanks to our friends at Polyvinyl for hooking us up with this track off the upcoming digital only Of Montreal EP. If you have seen the band over the past year, you very well may have heard their take on the Neil Young staple. This, as well as other covers, can be found on the […]

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Last month, after countless recommendations from both friends and acquaintances, I finally sat down with a copy of The Everybodyfields latest LP Nothing Is Okay. I’m happy to report that its modern take on depression-era country and folk lived up to the hype. Hailing from Johnson City, TN, The Everybodyfields’ core is made up of […]

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

As You An’t No Picasso mentioned, Robert Pollard is set to release, not one, but two albums later this year, Coast To Coast Carpet Of Love, and Standard Gargoyle Decisions. Prolific, yes, but really, as the Pollard faithful know, it would be more out of character had he only decided to release one (more) album […]