This is a compilation a friend passed on to me..
It has some really great stuff,
if anyone knows anything about this album any info would be much appreciated
Monday, May 26, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Sorry for lack of posts, it is hard to get motivated
when it feels like no one is out there - in space.
say something, Ginsy is in space too boys and girls.
I have realized there are many Daniel Johnston
tapes/cd's that are hard to find on blogs.
He is an artist who definitely needs support,
but not everyone can afford it, and I want some more stuff,
so please share if you have anything.
Hopefully I can upload some tapes pretty soon.
Without further adieu,
DANIEL JOHNSTON & THE NIGHTMARES!!!
Here is a 7" I found somewhere (Amoeba in LA or Mississippi Records in PDX)
side A screams for the love of jesus
side B makes the monsters stop what they're doing for three minutes so they can dance
Monday, May 19, 2008
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
I COULD HAVE SWORN I POSTED THIS LAST NIGHT!?
Oh, also I updated and reorganized links, check them out.! leave a comment if you feel left out!
Sunday, May 4, 2008
The Platters were an early soul/R&B recording act from Los Angeles.
Their songs are on the softer side, but there are quite a few gems on this album.
Each side has a similar formula, but if it works for you,
then here is an hour and a half of swayingly good soul jams.
Not as good as Aretha posted earlier, but if you need some more soft jams to feel
a wide array of emotions, get this quick!
this was like 104 megabites so i had to do two, surry.
Posted by Allen Ginsberg In Space at 7:32 PM
Hello folks, sorry for the delay.
The other day I was looking through a thrift pile of records when I found this record.
It is really spacey, soulful, and very, very grooving.
This is probably the first Aretha Franklin record I have listened to fully, yet I feel this may be her best work.
Leonard Bernstein composed the second track "Somewhere". There is a lot of experimental jazz sounds, thanks to
Quincy Jones. This record seemed to be ahead of its time
so much so, that I think this able will probably only be truly appreciated in at least 2012.
A psychedelic/soul gem.
Also, this is probably some of my favorite artwork that I have ever seen on a record.
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