Recent CDs you should check out

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Jeremy Garber
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Post by Jeremy Garber » Sun Feb 05, 2006 7:23 pm

It's funny. I never intended this thread to be a suggestion box, but it's great that it's turned out that way. I checked out Neurosis, and man those guys got some great stuff! My favorite Nirvana album is by far Incesticide, with my favorite song on it being a Devo cover! "Sunshines in the bedroom, when we play, the rain it always starts, when you go away..." I love Don Caballero. Great food for drummer's ears. Same reason I love Mastadon. I really should have started collecting Fu Manchu 10 years ago. I have a lot of catching up to do. Clutch has been a favorite of mine for the last few years. Even got to see them play live. Elephant Riders is my favorite album, but they have another old one that I really love too. I forget the title, but I believe it's the one with "Yes I'm a new age samuri, and a redneck none the less". I love their off rhythms.

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Post by vvv » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:27 pm

Please check out Nebula for those "drummers ears."
bandcamp; vlayman;
THD; Geronimo Cowboys;
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Jeremy Garber
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Post by Jeremy Garber » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:41 pm

^^^ Good stuff.

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Post by Roman Sokal » Sun Feb 12, 2006 1:49 pm

http://www.neverendingwhitelights.com/

one guy's project from toronto featuring guest spots from an array of area and then some musicians, including the likes of dallas green from alexisonfire, nathan larson (foremrly of shuder to think) and so on...a big list!
kind of an arty canadian broken social scene collaboration concept, but arty like i said...
not bad stuff at all!

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Post by Old-Draftsman » Sun Feb 12, 2006 3:16 pm

Carolyn Martin's The Very Thought Of You

She just makes music flow.

http://www.cuppajoerecords.com/

A real nice album from a very talented singer. :^:

Billy Bob Thornton's HOBO is pretty good too 8)
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Post by vvv » Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:41 am

Old-Draftsman wrote: Billy Bob Thornton's HOBO is pretty good too 8)
Really? Who'a a thunk it...
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