Friday, August 31, 2007
-Ten people have been arrested on suspicion of the involvement in the murder of Anna Politkovskaya. In relation to that the official statement was made that this crime has been solved.
This is not so
-Sergey Sokolov (Novaya Gazeta's deputy editor-in-chief)
Kiitokset Humpasta (mp3)
Medley: Laki - HK - Enola - Laki (mp3)
Katolla Humppa (mp3)
Musta Humppa (mp3)
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Kristal died on Tuesday from complications of lung cancer, his daughter, Lisa Kristal Burgman, said.
He founded the club in 1973 hoping to showcase country music, calling it CBGB & OMFUG, for "Country, Bluegrass, Blues and Other Music For Uplifting Gourmandizers."
But the club drew few country acts and instead became a breeding ground for punk rock, playing host to the likes of Patti Smith, Television, Living Colour as well as countless local hopefuls that never made it to the big time. read on
01 - La Sombra Del Amor (Indio)
02 - La Dama De Rojo (Crhis The Barge)
03 - Polvo En El Viento (Kansas)
04 - Heridas De Amor (Indio)
05 - Nada Cambiara Mi Amor Por Ti (Glen Madeiros)
06 - Un Dia Sin Ti (Roxette)
07 - Eclipse Total Del Amor (Bonny Tyler)
08 - Siempre Te Amare (Whitney Houston)
09 - Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado (Bon Jovi)
10 - No Se Si Es Amor (Roxette)
11 - Vientos De Cambio (Scorpions)
12 - Yesterday (Boys II Men)
13 - Sin Ti (Air Supply)
14 - Todo Lo Que Hago Lo Hago Por Ti (Bryan Adams)
15 - Habla El Corazon (Roxette)
16 - Hey Tu (Chayanne)
17 - Mi Corazon Continuara (Sonia Silvestre)
18 - Devotamente Tuya (Angelica Vale)
Whoha! Just like an olive in single malt whisky - simply strange. Thanks to the stigma rest room. Original post with d/l here.
Monday, August 27, 2007
The Radio Caroline Story (link to original post)
Offshore Radio Jingles (link to original post)
Thanks to Grumpy Boss' Corner +
Friday, August 24, 2007
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Thanks to 10:1 you can get the mp3's here.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
On the second Nina Hagen (Unbehagen) album he did an amazing solo that stands out as probably the best synth solo over a rock groove. The song Wir Leben Immer Noch, was originally a cover of Lene Lovich' Lucky Number.
Listen to Wir Leben Immer Noch (mp3)
After Nina Hagen quit the band in search of UFO's, Spliff cut some more records on their own. Here's Computers Sind Doof (mp3) from 85 555. See also my previous post on The Spliff Radio Show.
Monday, August 20, 2007
Sunday, August 12, 2007
So, it has never been easier to do that "best of" album - compiled by you - for free. Try SkreemR on these - I found 10 out of 15! not bad. Taken from Drum! Magazine.
Best Solo of All Time
Artist: John Coltrane
Album: Love Supreme (1964)
Song: A Love Supreme, Pt 3: Pursuance (full version)
Drummer: Elvin Jones
Most Melodic Drum Solo
Artist: Dave Brubeck Quartet
Album: Time Out (1955)
Song: Take Five (full verson)
Drummer: Joe Morello
Most Technically Dazzling Drum Solo
Artist: Billy Cobham
Album: Spectrum (1973)
Song: Stratus (another track from spectrum)
Drummer: Billy Cobham
Most Out-of-Control Solo
Artist: The Who
Album: The Who Sings My Generation (1965)
Song: My Generation (full verson)
Drummer: Keith Moon
Best Solo Over A Vamp
Artist: Steely Dan
Album: Aja (1977)
Song: Aja (full version)
Drummer: Steve Gadd
Most Overrated Drum Solo
Artist: The Surfaris
Album: Wipe Out (1963)
Song: Wipe Out (only 30 sec)
Drummer: Ron Wilson
Most Complicated Drum Solo
Artist: Frank Zappa
Album: Make a Jazz Noise Here (1991)
Song: The Black Page (not found on skreemr)
Drummer: Terry Bozzio
Most Compositional Drum Solo
Album: Rush In Rio (2003)
Song: O Baterista (full version)
Drummer: Neil Peart
Most Indulgent Drum Solo
Artist: Motley Crue
Album: Dr. Feelgood (Tour)
Drummer: Tommy Lee (not found)
Fastest Drum Solo
Artist: Buddy Rich
Album: Big Swing Face (1967)
Song: Machine (not found)
Drummer: Buddy Rich
Best Rock Drum Solo
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Album: Led Zeppelin II (1969)
Song: Moby Dick (full version)
Drummer: John Bonham
Best Jazz Drum Solo
Artist: Buddy Rich
Album: Mercy, Mercy (1968)
Song: Channel One Suite (full version)
Drummer: Buddy Rich
Most Original Drum Solo
Artist: Jimi Hendrix Experience
Album: Electric Ladyland (1968)
Song: Voodoo Chile (full version)
Drummer: Mitch Mitchell
Solo That Didn't Stand The Test of Time
Artist: Iron Butterfly
Album: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (1968)
Song: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (full version)
Drummer: Ron Bushy
Most Influential Drum Solo
Artist: Benny Goodman
Album: Sing, Sing, Sing (1935)
Song: Sing, Sing, Sing (full version hit nr. 3)
Drummer: Gene Krupa
Thursday, August 09, 2007
Please visit Grumpy Boss' Corner for download link
His myspace page. His download page.
Do it myself (Matz Bladhs vs Young Buck)
Hell 4 a huster (Fernandoz vs 2Pac)
In da club (Vikingarna vs 50 cent)
Married to marijuanna (Thorleifs vs Big L)
Muthafucka (Anders Engbergs vs Xzibit)
Puppet master (Inger Nordströms vs B-Real & Dr Dre)
The next episode (Lasse Stefanz vs Snoop Dog)
Throw it up (Thor-Görans vs The East Side Boyz)
Wanksta (Sakarina vs 50 cent)
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Sunday, August 05, 2007
-Can I come in, miss?
-What do you want?
-Can I help you?
-You couldn't manage.
-What do you mean? I can lift 80 kilos. I can even lift my father. What do you weigh?
-I don't know.
-I could lift you, too.
-Let's see you.
-I really can. Let's see.
-You silly boy, put me down, let me go! You're strong!
-I'll lift you again.
-Now that's enough. What're you doing? You'll let me fall! You mad thing! Put me down, that's enough! You'll let me drop, you crazy boy! You really are mad... What's happened to me? My head...
-See how many times I did it?
-Yes, my little darling... Come here... you really are nice. Drive me crazy, just a little.
-What should I do?
-Suck! Come on... You can have this one, too... Don't blow! Suck!
-Is this right?
-Yes, darling, yes! You have to suck, you idiot!
-I can't breathe!
-Let me alone. Get out, now, I've got to close up. What was it you wanted? A cigarette? I'll give you one. Now, beat it!
-I can't manage it.
-Come on, get out!
Bruno Zanin - Titta Biondi
Maria Antonietta Beluzzi - Tobacconist
Friday, August 03, 2007
Girlschool (mp3) A link to the Album Hit & Run here.
On hearing Kelly's lead guitar on "Race with the Devil" rock guitarist Jeff Beck was quoted as saying he "couldn't believe it was a girl playing", a remark described by the DJ John Peel as the most sexist comment he had ever heard.
Thursday, August 02, 2007
Well, that's silly enough for me...