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That cult was limited to the rock underground, and Ayers logically concentrated on the album market throughout the s.

Almost always pleasant, eccentric, and catchy, these nonetheless started to sound like a cul-de-sac by the mid-'70s. Ayers pressed on without changing his approach, despite the dwindling audience for progressive rock and the oncoming train of punk and new wave. He only recorded sporadically afterthough he remained active in the early '90s, mostly on the European continent. The album garnered a positive critical response but did not signal a return to the public eye for Ayers, however, and he returned to a reclusive life in the south of France.

Kevin Ayers died in February at his home in the village of Montolieu; he was 68 years old. Allmusic A lire "Kevin Ayers, ailleurs" de G. Schneider dans Next ICI. They wanted to put a live act together to showcase their pop sensibilities, so they added Bryan Allinsmith and Carl Jeppesen to the line-up and began perfecting melodies that incorporated two and three-part harmonies.

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Nonetheless, the song became a popular local radio hit and they even made a music video for it that saw rotation on MTV. The Finders later added a second guitar player named Mark Newcomb and went in the studio to record a full length album with former Move manager Tony Secunda producing.

After completion, they found their label had gone belly up and things spiralled downhill from there with the band ultimately splitting up in the summer of Just a perfect show. Lenny Flatley: That is a good question. I grew up in the era of 'home taping is killing music,' so I already had quite a few albums under my belt before I actually had to spend money on anything. Indeed, now that I can buy music from home via eMusic or iTunes I buy a lot more music than I ever did. I used to hang out at the Record Den in the Millcreek Mall all the time, as if it were a coffee shop we all did in Erie, PA -- until someone actually opened a coffee shop.

Once Cory Brown bought an album buy an unknown band called "Satana" because he thought they must be awesome if they had Satan in the name! You can imagine the let-down when he put the tape in the car and realized he actually bought the latest by Carlos Santana. When my brother was in the 5th grade, he made and starred in a music video for "Monkey" for a school project. He was so cool. It was the Breeders "Last Splash.

Remember that crap? Anyways, it was one of the best music mistakes I've made. That band has definitely influenced my music tastes and playing to this day. Andy Wilkosz mowed soo many lawns to that tape. I Wanna Kill My Friends - The Mud City Manglers - I Wanna Kill My Friends / 1234 Motherfucker (Vinyl) The newest Ryan Adams. And The Long Winters hold a really special sentimental place in my heart. The rest of it gets sort of samey. It was so disappointing. I talked myself into liking it for days Andy: no comment.

Lenny: Arlo Guthrie. My mom took me because she had tickets and my dad didn't want to go. The first concert of my choosing? Dani: 5th grade. Later in life, you know when I hit my 20's, I spoke to Joey McIntyre on the phone and I couldn't believe how anti-climatic it was. Andy: Metallica. Kelly: Beirut at the Altar Bar. Just awesome. Lenny: Big Audio Dynamite Man, was it awesome. Andy: Modest Mouse. Oh my god and Bruce Springsteen! I always liked seeing Grand Buffet, and any of my local favs.

I can't choose. Dani: This is a tie. I was at a U2 "secret" concert in Dumbo Brooklyn a few years back. I was so close to Bono and the Edge - it was mind blowing and inspiring. Lionel Richie did somewhat of an intimate performance for the company I worked for and I have never seen more people men and women swoon so hard and fast, in my life.

I danced my butt off. Andy: Head Automatica - Rex Theater. Daryl, I miss you. Kelly: There is always something good. Lenny: Morrissey at the Carnegie Music Hall in It was one of my favorites, until I got arrested after like four songs it was St. Patrick's Day.

Dani: Actually, there's been a lot. I'm not naming any. Andy: You always walk away with something! Kelly: Love it! Go Pittsburgh! Lenny: Pittsburgh's all right! I would I Wanna Kill My Friends - The Mud City Manglers - I Wanna Kill My Friends / 1234 Motherfucker (Vinyl) to see more all ages venues in the city and less of an emphasis on going to bars to see bands. And more bike lanes! The Pittsburgh scene is so inviting and supportive to musicians and listeners.

The genres range from all over the place and there is a good band that represents whatever kind of music you're into. I love it here. Andy: The last show I played with Big Hurry was one of the best experiences I had in Pittsburgh, I really felt like I was home, the silly string still makes me smile whenever I think about it. I have a ball of it on my nightstand, and its still all over my amp. The next morning I was in a Civic headed to Austin. So Pittsburgh, we ended on good terms.

I miss your pierogies, Brillobox, amazing beer selection, and all my friends there. Thanks so much guys. Thanks for I Wanna Kill My Friends - The Mud City Manglers - I Wanna Kill My Friends / 1234 Motherfucker (Vinyl) music, the awesome shows and most importantly to me, the friendship you all have given me.

Posted by Hughshows at AM No comments:. As I previously statedduring the show, I was really surprised to be enjoying it as much as I was.

This band has always been the antithesis of rock stars poseurs. They are funny, relaxed and always as down-to-earth as you can get. Maybe that's part of why I appreciate them so much. Personality goes a long way. They played for a little over 70 minutes and if they were in a club, they probably would have played another hour and a half. Go see this band, even if you aren't a baseball fan, like myself. It was more expensive because it was a soundtrack album.

Scott: I prefer to think there will never be a "last album", but I think the most recent one I picked up might be Lisa Hannigan's new one, which I purchased at her phenomenal show at the Doug Fir in Portland. I know I nabbed a few things at Music Millennium recently, but I can't remember what they were!

Oh, yeah, one was a Reigning Sound album They rule. Scott: Ah, hell. It's my default setting. And it's long. Long long long in fact. Scott: I don't like to be disappointed so I just avoid the crap ones.

Steve: What did Miles Davis say? There's only good music and bad music? All bad music is equally tied for least favorite and most disappointing in my book. No need to distinguish any one of them. Scott: I'm going to see the great Richmond Fontaine on Wednesday If I croak on Thursday that will be my last one! Steve: By the time you run this?

Ryan Adams at Carnegie Hall. As of now? My own show last Friday with the Miracle 3 at Bowery Electric. Scott: That's pretty impossible to say. But now -- there's just way too many transcendent moments to choose from. Wilco, Wilco, Wilco. Guided By Voices at the Crocodile in Seattle in would be right up there. And about ten different NRBQ shows could easily be ranked 1 all time for me. Just saw Nick Lowe twice on his recent tour -- absolutely stellar, breath-taking, and inspiring in every way.

Scott: I'd hate to say, if I even knew Steve: See above. Any thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh? Scott: I love Pittsburgh. My best friend as a kid moved there in -- I went and visited him for two weeks inso I got to know the city pretty well when I was still a teenager.

And the Eagles at Syria Mosque. What a great time! Have had some awesome shows at the Club Cafe. I have actually always harbored a fondness for the Pirates, despite them knocking out the I Wanna Kill My Friends - The Mud City Manglers - I Wanna Kill My Friends / 1234 Motherfucker (Vinyl) in I am rooting for them to turn it around and bring a new dynasty to that amazing ball park.

That, along with our really fun show, would have made a perfect night. Thanks a lot guys. It's amazing how music can affect someone long after it's over. Your show did just that to me and I am so grateful to you for that. Hope to see you again soon. This entire night, opener and headliner, was such a surprise to me that it had to make the year end list. I heard a little noise about this band, mainly from the not so subtle adulation of my man Scott Mervis. I was knocked over by the band's first song, blistering out of the gate on a sunny early evening outdoors, no less.

They never let up and despite the unusual setting for a hairy 'bar band' I use that term with the utmost respectthey tore through their set with white knuckle abandon Hmm…seems mean. The Allman Brothers Band. Band of Horses. Old white guys doing Prince covers as country songs in a dive bar in my home town.

Old white guys doing straight Beastie Boys covers in a dive bar in my home town. I think Pittsburgh is a super under rated town. Pretty much one of my favorite rustbelt towns. Also had one of the best cups of coffee ever in Pittsburgh. J Roddy was also in a year end mood as he sent over some of his favorite releases of the year:. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Thanks man. Not trying to be mean with some questions, just honest.

Impossible to like everything. Really hope to see you in Pittsburgh again soon. Julian Koster's indie cred is permanently cemented with his involvement in the band Neutral Milk Hotel. His current project The Music Tapes has been around for awhile, incorporating Koster's immediately identifiable 'singing saw' on most tunes. They were opening for fellow Elephant 6 cohorts Olivia Tremor Control on this night and as I mentioned in September, I wasn't expecting too much from the set.

What we did get was music, magic, storytelling, jokes and audience participation that just totally suckered me in. I really loved it. A friend of mine who was there actually couldn't stand it. He is dumbfounded that I could even sit through the set let alone include it as one of my favorites of the year. Goes to show how polarizing music can be. I bought it because I thought the album would actually be gold like the one pictured on the cover.

I was bitterly disappointed. Meet the R. Stevie Moore. I cannot believe how wonderful this collection of pop songs is. I have too many to print here. A Hawaiian bandleader, born on the Islands to an Irish father and a Hawaiian mother, he worked through the 's at the ballroom of the Lexington Hotel in New York City. His arrangements, his band, his voice and those of the Mullen Sisters, and the recording itself, are all about as perfect as something can get to me.

Though Kolyadas are Christmas songs in the Ukraine, a lot of them actually predated Christianity there. Everybody loves some things and dislikes others. Some people love tomatoes, other people hate them. But to be honest, it makes me uncomfortable to write about music I do not like, because I find the music I DO like is much more important to me.

And surely, I understand it better. My dad took me there. It was exactly what I hope music to be: Something that transcends space, and time, and the notes, and our bodies even, and delivers us something far greater that comes both from outside us and within. Something happens, though, if you I Wanna Kill My Friends - The Mud City Manglers - I Wanna Kill My Friends / 1234 Motherfucker (Vinyl) ten years of your life falling asleep to murder shows: you learn all the ways a person can get caught.

Keep in mind that extreme heat speeds up the rate of decomposition. Keep in mind that extreme cold slows it down. Therefore: commit your murders in the summer. This seems pretty basic but apparently a lot of people still get caught from this. Buy it at a busy store, and pay for it in cash.

In fact, buy all things related to your murder with cash. Duct tape, plastic bags, rope — all this shit will get you caught. Throw the receipts away immediately, in a public trash can in front of the store. If the process of your murder involves a struggle with the victim, make sure to clean their fingernails afterward.

They might have tiny pieces of your skin underneath from when they tried to fight for their life. Dump the body in a separate place than the murder scene. This way, the police will have to survey two spots before they can put the pieces of the murder together.

Place these parts in a different area than the rest of the body. Plastic bags get filled with the gas that is emitted when a body decays, and then the bags will float. Plastic bags will also prevent water from getting to the body.

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