Where I load 7 albums onto my iPhone and listen to them for a week.
Album: Business Casual
Comments: Great Cheese.
Artist: DJ Screw
Album: 3 ‘N the Mornin’, Pt. 2
Comments: Slow, syrupy and impossible funky.
Artist: Earl King
Album: New Orleans Blues
Comments: Yeah, it’s the New Orleans Blues so yeah its good.
Artist: Gold Panda
Album: Lucky Shiner
Comments: A little ethnic, a little boring.
Artist: Lee Dorsey
Album: Freedom for the Funk
Comments: The Meters make everyone sound amazing.
Artist: Mavis Staples
Album: You Are Not Alone
Comments: Her voice makes the idea of God seem possible.
Artist: Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
Album: The Ultimate Collection
Comments: Sometimes you just need to listen to Motown and remember how good pop music can be.
Yeah, we’re there dude.
Everybody be hollerin’ Goat at dazeFEAST 2013
Filed under Music, Not There
So here are 4 pictures of what happened to Temple when not there played.
All swagged out and ready to rock.
Edo doing a last minute check.
There were people and they liked to dance.
After the show, this girl turned the tables on us.
Where I load 7 albums onto my iPhone, listen to them for a week (or more) and then write some stuff.
Artist: The Benevento Russo Duo
Album: Play Pause Stop
Comments: I’m not going to write about this album because it’s too good. Just listen to the single Play Pause Stop and draw your own conclusions.
Artist: The Black Crowes
Album: Before the Frost
Comments: Boring. Like listening to a Stones cover band. There’s even a “Black and Blue” rip-off sleazy disco song. Gross.
Comments: Very good. I dig Snaith. Dance music that you can’t dance to. Perfect for a bourgeoisie coffee shop.
Album: Carnival Electricos
Comments: This has its moments but a Brazilian costume doesn’t really suit the New Orleans funk maestros. Also, I still miss the Houseman.
Artist: Giorgio Moroder
Album: From Here to Eternity
Comments: Giorgio has a big, creepy mustache and this album sounds like a big creepy mustache using technology to seduce Italian girls. I like it a lot.
Artist: Joey Beltram
Album: Live Mix
Comments: Old school hardcore house. Very awesome. You can hear Joey’s hands manipulating the decks. Energy Flash might be the best thing ever (at least it is right now).
Artist: Sally Shapiro
Album: Disco Romance
Comments: Every single note, every drum beat, every breath “Sally” sings is perfect. Perfect pop music.