Sub Pop Jubilee Heavy Nuggets III Brain Damage Death Disco A century of field recordings! Some are interesting and some less so, but still a fascinating document. Decent tribute album.
But the selection is top-notch. No New York This is the famous compilation of avant-skronk downtown bands from with one foot in the punk scene and one in the minimalist-compositional scene.
No Thanks! The 70s Punk Rebellion rel. This is the companion volume to Left Of The Dial, an amazingly well-curated collection from Rhino of great punk albums.
Wikipedia says that the Sex Pistols are a notable exclusion at their own request. This collection of garage singles, lovingly curated by Jac Holzman and Lenny Kaye, was originally released as a double-album in and only later expanded to its current state as a four-disc collection. And holy damn, it is truly fantastic, even all of this time later. All of punk started here. I've owned this album for more than 15 years and still find plenty of mind-blowing creativity within.
This collection, released in , pulls garage music from the UK, Europe, Japan, and South America, and it is a little more haphazard than the original Nuggets, but there is still lots of interesting music within.
Jamaica Funk: Original Funk and Soul 45s rel. Killer compilation from Soul Jazz Records of singles on the edge of reggae and funk. Brown used to be one of my favorite authors, but, well, it's not that I soured on him so much that my tastes changed. I still think fondly of his books, but his interest in the lurid and grotesque parts of the South don't linger as much as, say, Barry Hannah's or Harry Crews's books.
I also don't have as much taste for the friendlier, folkier side of the used-to-be-alt-county-now-is-Americana-or-some-such-shit genre. This collection, which Bloodshot Records put together upon Brown's premature passing, collects a number of tracks inspired by Brown's fiction, and Bloodshot should be lauded for doing something so creative.
The problem is me, I guess. I don't really care much about some of these tracks, which are back-porch-friendly to the point where I find them dull, while the woolier tracks Vic Chesnutt and Jim Dickenson, for instance are pretty interesting, but a maybe a bit too far between to keep me coming back. Nice to hear Madison Smartt Bell, who wrote some of my favorite short stories, trying his hand at folk songs. No idea where I got this.
Fabio Testi. Eduardo Fajardo. Massimo Serato. Luciano Pigozzi. Sep 25, An ok entry in the genre, playing it a bit too safe. Evil hacienda owners facing a Fabio Testi that goes around dressed like Eastwood: poncho and wrist band included. Regular genre bad guy Fajardo doesn't have much to do here, neither Testi for that matter. Florio's direction is what gives this a bit more flavour, and of course, Nicolai's fantastic soundtrack, one of his best.
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