Tuesday, October 12, 2010

"Do Cats Eat Bats? ... Do Bats Eat Cats?"

The Snark playlist for TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2010.
(Artist/SONG/Album, etc.)

L-Seven -- CLEAR VISION -- L-Seven E.P. 7" (1982, Touch and Go Special Forces)
Sweet Talks -- EYI SU NGAANGAA -- The Kusum Beat (2010, Soundways) [orig. 1974, Philips-West African Records]

African Head Charge vs. Professor Stretch -- BROTHER OF REALITY -- Drums Of Defiance (1998, On-U Sound)
Dungen -- MIN ENDA VÄN -- Skit I Allt (2010, Kemado Records)
The Mar-Keys -- REACH OUT (I'LL BE THERE) -- Soulsville Sings Hitsville: Stax Sings Songs of Motown (2007, Stax) [orig. 1970]
Square Root Of Margaret -- SO FAR GONE -- WYSiWYG (2010, Marky Menkle Music)
The Black Seeds -- ONE STEP AT A TIME (J-STAR REMIX) -- Specials: Remixes & Versions From Solid Ground (2010, Black Seeds)

Cibelle -- THE GUN & THE KNIFE -- Las Venus Resort Palace Hotel (2010, Crammed Discs)
Random Recipe -- LACK OF SLEEP -- Fold It! Mold It! (2010, BonSound)
The Plastic People Of The Universe -- MAGICKE NOCI -- Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned (1978, Scopa Invisible)
Lee Harvey Osmond -- CUCKOO'S NEST -- Everybody Dance Now: Songs From Hamilton 5 (2010, ind.)
UB40 -- LOST & FOUND -- TwentyFourSeven (2008, Reflex)

The Good Lovelies -- SLEEPWALKIN' -- Good Lovelies (2010, Good Lovelies)
The Rebels -- INDIAN REBELS -- Raks Raks Raks: 27 Golden Garage Psych Nuggets From The Iranian 60s Scene (2009, Raks Discos)
aKido -- MRCHF THFTR -- Gamechanger (2010, Nordique)
Esperanza Spalding -- INUTIL PAISAGEM -- Chamber Music Society (2010, Heads Up International)
Dubmatix, feat. Omar Perry -- DEM NO LIKE IT -- System Shakedown (2010, 7 Arts Entertainment)
Los Amaya -- QUE MALA SUERTE LA MIA -- Achilifunk: Gypsy Soul 1969-79 (2007, Love Monk)

Ammoye & Rise Ashen -- TILL THE SOIL & BEAT THE DRUMS -- Haffi Win (2010, Balanced Records)

Thanks for listening!

1 comment:

  1. How great were L7? Live, they were so good, and, yes, they really stood out amongst the hardcore scene. I remember them opening for Killing Joke @ Bookies, one of the most perfect shows I've ever witnessed.

    Remember their cover of "OverUnderSidewaysDown"?

    Its a shame that the only recorded material I know that exists is this single.

    Its also a shame that more people know about the "other" L7.