Tuesday, March 29, 2011

"Dig That Sound..."

Mike Lenaburg recorded great music in Phoenix, Arizona.
16 years old in this picture!
The Snark playlist for TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2010.
(Artist/SONG/Album, etc.)

Prins Thomas -- UGGEBUGG -- Prins Thomas (2010, Full Pupp)

Cantina Y Su Combo -- SANTA MARTA CUMBIA -- Cartagena! Curro Fuentes & The Big Band Cumbia & Descarga Sound of Columbia 1962-72 (2011, Soundway)
Jamie Liddell -- WHAT'S THE USE? -- Multiply (2005, Warp)
King Tubby -- KING TUBBY'S CONVERSATION DUB -- King Tubby Meets Scientist In A World Of Dub (1996, Burning Sounds)
Soul Blenders -- BLENDING SOUL -- Eccentric Soul: Mighty Mike Lenaburg (2006, Numero Group)

Blues Rockers -- CALLING ALL COWS -- Lux & Ivy's Favourites, Volume 2 (1955, Excello)
Johnny West -- DISOWNED UMBRELLAS -- An Absence of Sway (2009, Tosteestostas)
African Brothers Band -- WOSE YEANKO, PART 1 -- Yaa Amponsa Special (1974, African Feeling)
Wanda Jackson -- THUNDER ON THE MOUNTAIN -- The Party Ain't Over (2011, Third Man Records)
The British Columbians -- BROKE & BUSTED -- CJSW: Now With More Music (2010, CJSW)

Kiran Ahluwalia -- RABBA RU -- Aam Zameen: Common Ground (2011, Kiran Music)
Graham Townsend -- RAKES OF KILDARE -- World Champion Folk Fiddler (1970, Rodeo Records)
Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX -- UR SOUL AND MINE -- We're New Here (2011, Young Turks)
Field Assembly -- STILL LIFE -- Broadsides & Ephemera (2009, Field Assembly)
Amp Fiddler / Sly & Robbie -- CRAZY DAY -- Inspiration Information (2008, Strut)

Sul.A -- MINIATURE LUCK -- Iceberg 2011 (2011, cccltd.)
Sonia Wieder-Atherton -- QUESTION -- Chants Juifs Pour Violoncelle et Piano (2010, naïve)
Scritti Politti -- COOKING -- White Bread, Black Beer (2006, Rough Trade)

Lonesome Lefty -- NIGHT OWL -- Souvenir Album, Volume 2 (2010, Lonesome Lefty)

Thanks for listening.

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  1. I'm a couple of days late on my Snark-fix....here we go!

  2. ...is it ok that I played Uggebugg twice????

  3. That Columbian stuff is very charming.
    You could tell that they probably used only one mic, so therefore the "mixing" is how far away each player is from the microphone. The horns have a quality that reminds me early big band recordings.

    And Jamie Lidell! Haven't heard "What's the Use" in a while, even though the cd is somewhere in my house. Perfect after "SANTA MARTA CUMBIA".