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14 Sep 2009 12:01 PM
    thought 'd resurrect this olden, yet golden thread:

    moi? as its the day of my birth, many, many...many moons ago, the good lady wife (every day gets better) produced a couple of clinkers

    brendan benson - my old familair friend...as ye were, a lovely record crammed with sweet melodies. even has a very 'spinal tap' guitar feel to kick start proceedings

    beatles - 'white' album, remastered. indeed
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    Sig Doherty

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    14 Sep 2009 12:08 PM
    oh, and this Hockey session on KCRW, which is just brilliant

    http://www.kcrw.com/media-player/mediaPlayer2.html?type=video&id=mb090820hockey
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    14 Sep 2009 11:47 PM
    The XX - xx - pretty interesting sort of Young Marble Giants make an R&B (in the modern sense) album
    Mayer Hawthorne - A Strange arrangement. - an attempt at a classic soul record in 2009 that actually works and isn't a pants coffee table record.
    Dennis Brown featuring Prince Jammy - Umoja/20th Century debwise - Dub Reggae
    The Carter Family 1927 - 1934 - box set of the country legends earliest recordings.
    Beck - Odelay - bit of mid 90s nostalgia.
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    15 Sep 2009 01:12 AM
    Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest. Nice album. Looking forward to seeing them and St Vincent play.
    Bat For Lashes - Two Suns. Really like this. Give me her over Florence any day.
    Final Fantasy - Has a Good Home / He Poos Clouds. Both class.
    The Frames - Dance the Devil. Stumbled upon 'Seven Day Mile' for the first time in ages on shuffle yesterday. Amazing tune.
    Autumn Owls - On the Trail of Dissapearing. Great EP, particularly Raindrops in the River.
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    15 Sep 2009 01:36 AM
    Posted By Binokular on 15 Sep 2009 01:47 AM
    The XX - xx - pretty interesting sort of Young Marble Giants make an R&B (in the modern sense) album 



    I'm trying to like it & I really want to ... But it needs to grow a pair of balls.
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    15 Sep 2009 02:46 AM
    Posted By floodzer on 15 Sep 2009 03:12 AM
    Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest. Nice album. Looking forward to seeing them and St Vincent play. 
    Trust me: St Vincent will steal that show - you should check out her new album too.

    I got around to Graham Coxon's latest solo album last week: I like it very much. Apart from that I'm up to my oxters in French stuff for reviews and the blog: plenty of cracking little singles and a fine album by General Elektriks.
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    15 Sep 2009 02:59 AM
    Posted By aidan on 15 Sep 2009 04:46 AM
    Posted By floodzer on 15 Sep 2009 03:12 AM
    Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest. Nice album. Looking forward to seeing them and St Vincent play. 
    Trust me: St Vincent will steal that show - you should check out her new album too.



    Yes I recently got my hands on two St. Vincent albums including her newest, but have yet to give them much of a spin... just cause I havnt felt in the mood. I must give them more of a go in the run up to the gig. Yep I can remember recently reading a fairly unimpressed review of Grizzly live on here. Hopefully they'll up their game for Vicar St!
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    15 Sep 2009 03:05 AM
    Posted By floodzer on 15 Sep 2009 04:59 AM
    Posted By aidan on 15 Sep 2009 04:46 AM
    Posted By floodzer on 15 Sep 2009 03:12 AM
    Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest. Nice album. Looking forward to seeing them and St Vincent play. 
    Trust me: St Vincent will steal that show - you should check out her new album too.



    Yes I recently got my hands on two St. Vincent albums including her newest, but have yet to give them much of a spin... just cause I havnt felt in the mood. I must give them more of a go in the run up to the gig. Yep I can remember recently reading a fairly unimpressed review of Grizzly live on here. Hopefully they'll up their game for Vicar St!
    Guilty as charged: www.cluas.com/indie-music/Gig_Revie...-Malo.aspx

    But that was an outdoor festival: I suspect there'll be a better atmosphere indoors. In fact I'm going to see them and St Vincent again when their double bill hits Paris in November - they're playing a small old venue called La Cigale that'll suit their vibe a lot better.

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    18 Sep 2009 09:57 AM
    Belle & Sebastian 'Tigermilk' (has been years since I last listened to it)
    The Beatles 'Revolver' (but not the remastered version!)
    TINARIWEN 'IMIDIWAN: COMPANIONS' (while I was initially a bit non-plussed about this it's really starting to get under my skin)
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    Sig Doherty

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    21 Sep 2009 06:24 AM

    spent my time doing the domestic duties listening to richmond fontaine's - we used to think the freeway sounded like a river. do enjoy a good smidgen of alt-country / american

     

    anyone happen to catch RF @ the Electric Picnic?

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    25 Nov 2009 07:23 AM
    Mumford and Sons, We are Scientists and Pixies. Bit all over the place.
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