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mrbuzzardstubble

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  1. F.Y.I. From the Craft Recordings site.

     

    We’re very excited to announce a partnership between Jazz Dispensary and Vinyl Me, Please to offer exclusive reissues of five heavyweight digs from legendary artists like David Axelrod, Bernard Purdie, Jack DeJohnette, Leon Spencer, and Idris Muhammad.

    All releases in the series will be pressed on highest-quality 180-gram vinyl with exact replicas of the original cover artwork on heavy stock tip-on jackets. Limited to 1,000 pieces per title, the numbered releases will each have their own uniquely colored vinyl, matched to the theme of the release. 

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  2. I've only just discovered these Playing For Change clips. Musicians from all over the world take part in their respective countries. 

    Gimme Shelter feat. Taj Mahal.

     

    Listen To The Music feat. Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers.

     

    The Weight feat. Ringo Starr & Robbie Robertson.

     

  3. Just now, mrbuzzardstubble said:

    I've seen Penrith win a few games this season and it was off the back of Cleary's and Luai's involvement. Those 2 really didn't fire up until midway through the second half. Nerves probably contributed a fair bit too. If they had've been awarded that try very early, it might have been a different result. Still, minor premiers and runners-up. A very successful year.

     

  4. I've seen Penrith win a few games this season and it was off the back of Cleary and Luai's involvement. Those 2 really didn't fire up until midway through the second half. Nerves probably contributed a fair bit too. If they had've been awarded that try very early, it might have been a different result. Still, minor premiers and runners-up. A very successful year.

  5. 8 hours ago, BugPowderDust said:

    This won't be for everyone on here, but it definitely ticks the weird, avant-garde and out there boxes.

     

    Form Grows Rampant - The Threshold Houseboys Choir

     

    This is an amazing album by Peter Christopherson, ex Coil, Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV.  He's one of my favourite producers and videographers and was a big influencer in the graphic design world, working as one of the partners in the design collective Hipgnosis.

     

     

    It's a completely artificially created album using a bunch of throat music plugins for the vocals, set to a video he took at a vegetarian festival in Krung Thep in Thailand.  As part of the festival, young delinquents are sort of hypnotised then they form a sort of sacrifice to the gods in places where car accidents and the like happened, to ward off the evil spirits that live in these places.  

     

    WARNING: This is not for the squeamish it's but pretty incredible stuff and the music that accompanies it is very unique and seemingly perfect for this job. 

    Taking acupuncture to a new level.

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