Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Dream Weapons present: XMAS DELIGHTS VOL. VI C90


I’m running out of new ways to introduce the same concept for the sixth time in as many years, so I’ll quote myself from 2016 instead "My favorite Christmas tunes reminds why as a child the Yuletide used to be my favorite time of the year. An idealized daydream of what the festive season should be about - or once was"

 -Yet another nostalgia-drenched mix containing a generous chunk of oldies plus jazzy or folk-oriented seasonal-songs. Now you've potentially got seven and a half hours of top notch xmas-delights to enjoy. Who would have thunk it was possible? Not me that’s for sure. Anyway I hope you have yourself an ultra-Merry Christmas! 

-Moahaha

1. Steve Gray - Winter Pastoral
(Steve Gray, 1969)
2. The Lyttle Folk - A’ Soalin
(Rev. M. P. Holme, 1891/Traditional)
3. Chorale - Patapan
(Bernard de La Monnoye, 17/18th century. France)
4. Ennio Morricone con I Cantori Moderni Di Alessandroni - Tiger Rally ⟡
(Badalamenti, Perrey and Kingsley’, 1966)
5. The Glad Singers - Ox and Donkey
(Don Walker, 1965)
6. Esa Katajavuori - Sinivuorten Yö
(Sofie Lithenius, 1890’s, Finland) 
7. María Teresa Chacín - A Ti Te Cantamos
(Venezuela)
8. Jacques Douai - Noel Polonais
(Poland, 1705)
9. Robert Maxwell - Chanson De Noel
(Traditional French)
10. Эдита Пьеха (Edita Pyekha) - Зимняя песенка (Winter Song)
(Vilen "Willi» Tokarev, Russian) 
11. Zola Van - Huron Carol
(Jean de Brébeuf, 1642. Canada)
12. Maureen Morton, Jack Simpson & His Sextet - Once Upon a Winter-Time
(Bobby Worth and Ray Gilbert, 1948)
13. The Seeger Sisters - Joseph and Mary (The Cherry Tree Carol)
(early 15th century England)
14. Stephen Kirby/Ronald Soules/Walter Slasher/Hollinwood Girls’ Choir - Excerpt from Shepherd's Nativity Play/Shepherd's Cradle Song/Coventry Carol
(Live broadcast, 1957)
15. Meko - Masters in the Hall
(Marin Marais, 1706)
16. Marinela Baba - Numa Tu Doamne poți ști
(Romanian colinde)
17. Jancis Harvey - Simple Gifts
(A Shaker song by Elder Joseph Brackett, 1848)

18. Shirley & Dolly Collins - The Moon Shines Bright
(Traditional carol collected by Lucy Broadwood ca. 1900)
19. Kindred Spirits - Christmas Eve is Here
(Traditional french)
20. HCJB Radio Staff Men's Chorus - Come, O Ye Shepherds (Venid Pastores)
(Traditional spanish)
21. Pete Seeger - Italian Christmas Song
(Saint Alphonsus Liguori, 1732. Italy)
22. Henry Hall feat. The Three Sisters - The Fairy On The Christmas Tree
(Harry Parr-Davies and Roma Cambell Hunter, 1936)
23. George Shearing, String Choir - Snowfall
(Claude Thornhill, 1960)
24. Gordon MacRae / Van Alexander - The Bells Of St. Mary’s
(A. Emmett Adams / Douglas Farber, 1917)
25. Randy Van Horne Singers - Skater’s Waltz
(Émile Waldteufel, 1882)
26. June Christy - The Magic Gift
(Connie Pearce and Arnold Miller, 1961)
27. Johnny Hawksworth - Christmas Glitter (1)
(Johnny Hawksworth, 1969)
28. The Brothers Cazimero - Little Drummer Boy
(Katherine Kennicott Davis, 1941)
29. Keur Guilaye - Chant de Noël Sérère: "Hani"
(Keur Moussa, Senegal)
30. Natacha & Anastasia Breeva - Dobni Vetcher
(Russia)
31. Al Tall - Maria Anava Partera
(Valencia/Spain)
32. Appalachian Christmas Quartet - Come Let Us Sing Noel
(Traditional French, Late 15th Century)
33. Accademia Jaufrè Rudel - Orientis Partibus (Feast of the Ass) lol
(French, 13th Century)
34. Barry and Beth Hall - Quem Pastores
(Trad. 14th century)
35. Ansamblul Folcloric Țara Vrancei & Ro-Mania - La Tulpina Mărului
(Romanian colinde)

⟡ = a present from Sadhu Sadhu



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-Link to Xmas Delights I-V... and for those who prefer streaming I might as well add last year's Mixcloud-player directly to this post:


Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Dream Weapons present: WINDSWEPT DAYDREAM C90


A loungier, perhaps kitschier reinterpretation of musique d’ameublement - or "furniture music" as Satie branded it. An almost relaxation tape to snuggle up on your sofa rather than for meditating. Alternatively it can just spin in the background while you enjoy a book, a drink or both in a comfortable chair. Should blend in whether on your own or if you’re having company. But what business is it of mine to suggest where or when this should be listened to? - None absolutely. I hope you’ll enjoy it though.

-Moahaha

1. Jean Constantin - Comment Voulez-Vous?
2. Bob Britton - Here I Go Again
3. Daughters of Albion - Hey, You, Wait, Stay
4. Kornet - Musik ur filmen Adams Födelse
5. Ray Conniff & The Singers - Feed the Birds
6. Анна Герман / Anna German - Такая маленькая птичка / Such a Little Bird
7. Gianni Dell'Orso & Gianni Oddi  - Summer Fashion
8. Atsuko Nakazawa - Hydrangea Song (あじさいの歌)
9. Park Ilnam - Kisas
10. Max Leth Quartet - Kristallen Den Fina
11. The Fleetwoods - Turtle Dove (Takes 2 & 3)
12. Dave Allen - A Way Of Life
13. Jerry Goldsmith - Justine
14. Ana Lúcia - Valsa de Eurídice
15. Paul Winter Consort - Spring
16. Gábor Szabó & The California Dreamers - The End Of Life

17. The Beau Hunks - Yasmini
18. Chucha Assar - Day! Balal
19. Bruno Nicolai - Oblio
20. Elder Barber - Yo Te Diré
21. Rino De Filippi feat. Edda Dell ‘Orso - Agriculture
22. Feminine Complex - Are You Lonesome Like Me
23. David Gold - Phenomena
24. Linda Lawson - Salty, Salty Is the Sea
25. Merit Hemmingson - Strandskvalp
26. Dorothy Squires - Too-Whit! Too-Whoo!
27. Bing Crosby - I Couldn't Care Less
28. Carlo Zoffoli - Stelle Lucenti
29. Diana Dee - Cry My Heart
30. Giorgio Gaslini - Cio’ Che E’ Scritto Nel Vento
31. Anna Maria Alberghetti - Tenderly
32. Tibblekören - Ut i Vår Hage

Here / Here 

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Dream Weapons present: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HAPPY? By DJ Lemon Fogg



“ Whatever Happened To Happy?” is a 60 min musical search for that elusive happy feeling; whether you prefer to dream on the lawn, take a drive, look at the view, feel the ocean breeze, be in love, catch a frisbee, or maybe just stay in bed and watch the sunrise. Join in! It’s freaky! It’s groovy! But watch your step! Madness is lurking. Don’t check your mail and beware of alligators or shadow men.”

-DJ Lemon Fogg

A
The Avant-Garde - Naturally Stoned
The Roger Webb Sound - Frisbees
The Watergates - Lazy Day
Alessandro Alessandroni – Punti di vista
Michel Colombier – Du fond de mon lit
Stelvio Cipriani – The Great Alligator Theme
Snow – Sweet Dreams
Sons of Sun – Suburban Railway
Brian Wade - Francoise
Lambert & Nuttycombe – 2 Or 3 Maybe 4
Kim Fowley – War Game
The Roger Webb Sound - Moonbird

B
Surf Symphony – That Bluebird of Summer
The Astronauts – In My Car
Wolfe – Us
Beaver & Krause - The Fisherman
We All Together – Lo mas grande que existe en el amor
Mojo – Whatever Happened To Happy
Priscilla Paris – Down By The River
Sven Libaek – Stella Maris
1906 (Jean Michel Jarre) - Cartolina


Monday, November 13, 2017

Dream Weapons present: STRINGWEAVER C60


Athough "Stringweaver" sort of resembles the title of a horror novel (and not a very good one), I imagine stringweavers as musicians soundweaving on their stringed instruments.

While making mixes I often place a few folkloric, acoustic-based instrumentals in between songs for breathing space. But I notice that for my own listening pleasure I tend to remove them from that context to make long playlists containing nothing but these "inbetweeners". So I figured others might appreciate some extended breathing space too. And here it is; an hour of the kind of tunes that I could listen to like… forever.

-Moahaha

1 Mediha Şen - Gönül Aşkınla (instr.)
2 Andre Hossein - Tema di Manuel e Maria
3 Ostâd Farâmarz Pâyvar & Ostâd Hossein Tehrâni - Zarbi Moghadameh
4 Savanna - Dance of the Clockwork Clown
5 Paul Winter Consort - Herresy
6 Aktuala - Mediterraneo
7 Hossein Farjami - Breeze from Heaven
8 Elisabeth Seitz - Improvisasjon
9 EQ Ensemble - Mimosa

10 Dave Evans - Elephantasia
11 Linda Cohen - Valentine Suite
12 Pan-Ra - Senanque 2
13 Domínguez / El Gringo / Cavour - La Danza de los Wititis
14 Jawdat Abdul Sattar Abdulla - Taqsim On Rast
15 Anibal Sampayo - Misionera
16 Iordanis Tsomidis - Harem Queen
17 Streetmark - Streaming

Here / Here 

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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Dream Weapons present: I STILL REMEMBER C60


A handful of gentle, heartwarming tracks to keep you and your bottle of fine wine company on cold autumn evenings, while the rain ever so gently taps on your window. This tape starts of a bit Eurocentric, but broadens slightly as it moves along.

Again a mix compiled by myself, containing some tracks supplied by Moahaha.

Enjoy.

-Sadhu Sadhu

A
François de Roubaix - Laetitia (feat. Alain Delon)
Roger Davy - Blizzard Sur Hurlemont
Florence Véran & Les Angels - Si l'Amour Est Un Péché ♌︎︎
Alessandro Alessandroni - Qualsiasi Cosa
Saori Yuki - Whispering Rose
Giovanni Fusco - Carla ♌︎︎
Wencke Myhre - Einsamer Boy ♌︎︎
Pauline Filby - Friday Street
Martin Böttcher - Am See Des Vergessens
Mario Molino - L'estasi
Luigi Zito - All'Aria Aperta ♌︎︎

B
Leonardo e La Sua Orchestra - Perchè Restar Lontani
Jancis Harvey - Words You Left Behind
Dia Prometido - Los Molinos De Tu Espiritu
Joby Valente - Tu N'Es Pas Riche, Tu N'Es Pas Beau
Djuwita - Sang Bulan ♌︎︎
မာမာေအး - မိန္းကေလးကစရမွာလားရွင္
Pia Colombo - Ta Femme à Toi ♌︎︎
Luiz Bonfá - Song Thoughts
Born Heller - Lullaby #5 ♌︎︎
Dick Walter & Eugene Cines - Chronicle

♌︎︎ = Moahaha


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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Dream Weapons present: PLASTIC HEX C90


Plastic Hex is a 90 minutes seasonal mood-piece filled to the brim with pleasantly unpleasant moods, heavy breathing and cries of despair. 1 hour and 30 minutes of killer fillers! "Enjoy"

-Sadhu Sadhu

A
Pierrot Lunaire - Gudrun
Toru Takemitsu - Kwaidan (excerpt)
Vox Populi! - Be Hedayat I
Philip harland & Leona Wood - The Wormwood Star (Video rip)
Corviria - Subconscio
Aminadav Aloni - Fulfilment
Don Harper - The Undead (II. Zombies)
Braen Peymont - Corruzione Al Vertice
Hikaru Hayashi - Onibaba (Video rip)
Mother Gong - She smiled
Simon Boswell - from 'Santa Sangre'

B
Grant Moros - Ritual of the Serpent
Ivor Slaney - ''Phil The Geek'' Is Killed
Krzysztof Komeda - Sarah's Song
Rouge - Black Times
Pippo Caruso - Introspection (Sadhu Sadhu REMIX)
Don Great - Necropolis (Video rip)
Nash The Slash - Mooncurse
Richard Einhorn - Death Corps
Joe Delia - Window Breaking
Trans Europa Express - Seq. 17
Jerry Moseley - Narration - Opening Titles (Bloodtide)
Giovanni Fusco - Deserto Rosso/Astrale
Blue Marvin Orchestra - Naraï And Lakshmi
Charles Wain - I Don't Know You Anymore [with Dialogue]
Lubos Fiser - Kucera Steps
Zero Kama - Death Posture


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Monday, October 23, 2017

Dream Weapons present: DEATH RATTLE C60


Death Rattle is a complete hodge-podge of a mix. Completely incoherent, completely jumbled, just put it on and listen in bemusement and astonishment. Perplexity is the key. There might even be a tune or two you really enjoy.

-Prabha Devi

A
Yanka Rupkina - Kalimankou denkou
Bandura Trio - Blue Blue Eyes
Chrizestom Ssebuziba - Ndowoza Suzanne
Tursunoy Mamedova - Deydi
Orchestre du Bawobab - Diarabi
Lilis Surjani - Gendjer Gendjer
Dos-Mukasan - Kua Bol

B
Rosy Armen - Dele Divane
Gulomjon Yoqubov - Willow
Nasiba Abdullayeva - Farida
Moses Katazza & Frida Sonko w. Equator Sound - Nona Ente Yo
Hasnah Haron & the Spiritual 70s - Bintang Pujaan
Enrique Y Ana - La Gallina Co-Co-Ua Co-Co-Ua
José Guardiola - Dí papá (con su hija Rosa Mary)
Vandana Bajpai - Aur Paas Aa China
P-Model - Kameari Pop


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Sunday, October 15, 2017

Dream weapons present: FOURTH WORLD C90


Fused with either middle-eastern, latin, asian or african music + perhaps some rock, funk, folk, psychedelics and whatnot: jazz becomes jazz fusion, I guess. Loathed by purists (screw them anyway) and still slowly recovering from its self-inflicted late seventies reputation as show-offy, lifeless and smooth - but needless to say you won’t find any of that sort on this magic rug ride of swirling flutes, trippy percussion, hypnotic vibes and the like.

-Moahaha

Btw: I got my title from Hopi mythology. Did you know that Spider Grandmother caused a bamboo to grow into the sky and that it eventually emerged into the Fourth World? True story.

1 The Dave Pike Set - Raga Jeeva Swara
2 Björn J:son Lindh - Abdo
3 Rena Rama - Batiali
4 Joe Zawinul - The Soul of a Village
5 Okay Temiz & Johnny Dyani - Black Sea Waves
6 Solar Plexus - Suite Part II : Solar Plexus
7 Michael Naura Quartet - Black Marlin

8 Mount Everest - S.J
9 Terje Rypdal - The Hunt
10 Jeremy Steig - Djinn Djinn
11 Hubert Laws - If You Knew
12 Svein Finnerud Trio - Delta
13 Boomerang / Бумеранг - Madras
14 David Friesen - Waterfall Rainbow

Here / Here 

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The cover painting is by Mati Klarwein - the same guy who painted Bitches Brew, Live-Evil, Abraxas mm…

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Dream Weapons present: ONE MILLION TOMORROWS C90



One Million Tomorrows is another mix of bleeps, hisses, noise, avant pop, post punk, library and synthesiser exploration in the vein of my previous mixes with a similar theme (Passing for Human, The Limitations of Science and Electric Sheep) While compiled by me this mix also contains eight tracks supplied by Moahaha (♌︎)

- Sadhu Sadhu

A
Milpatte - Cirka
Moderne - Eldorado
Videoclips - Papi Gib' Mir Den Scheck ♌︎︎
The Android Sisters - The Bomb
Aminadav Aloni - Underwater Ballet
Pauline Anna Strom - Energies
Hans Edler - Leka Med Ord
Roberto Coccia & Gioacchino Rispoli - Altair ♌︎︎
L'infonie - J'ai Perdu 15 Cents Dans Le Nez Froid D'un Ange Bronzé ♌︎︎
Synthesizers Unlimited - Electrik Bazaar
Peter Bonello - Electronic Track 3
Blackhouse - Mercy Seat
Alan Shearer - White Spain
Pôle - In The Maelstrom ♌︎︎

B
Claudio Rocchi - Oh Lyra...
Frank Gartner - Kryptoglyphics
E.M.A.K. - Biela
Terje Winther - Electronic Rendezvous ♌︎︎
Robert Lawrence - Bassmatix 30 ♌︎︎
Second Layer - Japanese Headset
Mort Garson - Dream Sequence 2
Clara Mondshine - Fischer Des Meeres Der Stille
Vic Mars - The Pylon People ♌︎︎
Trans-Millenia Consort - Virgin Ice
Udder Milk Decay - Track  4
Esa Kotilainen - Matkaaja ♌︎︎


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Friday, September 22, 2017

Dream weapons present: A TRAVELLER’S TALE C90



Whether an explorer, a journey through space or a road movie... any kind of voyage is a thankful theme to work with. While brazenly mixing exotica, anatolian pop, north african polyrhythms, arab maqams, oriental jazz, raqs-recordings and more - this time its a trip through the music, sounds and traditions of the Middle East. My covers can occasionally be somewhat misleading but this one sounds a little like it looks. I think.  

-Moahaha

 1 Nya Ljudbolaget - Immigrantlament
 2 Warda - Maaoul Aheb Tany
 3 Horst Wende - Ala Dal Ona
 4 Al Massrieen - Betebki Leh
 5 Irving Cottler Orchestra - Arab Dance
 6 Mediha Şen - Tanrıya Şikayet
 7 Sonny Lester - The Dream
 8 Shadia - Ketro Khottabi
 9 Golden Dawn Arkestra - Saharan Knights
10 Nagat - Hakak Alaya We Sameh
11 Dia Prometido - Ruisenor Persa
12 Gönül Yazar - Adım Gibi Bilirim

13 Shiraz - Abdou Haabib Ghandourah
14 C. Bisharat - Tango In Tangiers
15 Wadad - Betendam
16 Albert Piamenta - Ya Mal El Sham
17 Sabah - Betheb Betakeh
18 Rabih Abou-Khalil - Revelation
19 Lila Stephan - Bahebo. Bahebo
20 Alan Lorber - Djellaba The Hooded One
21 The Toraia Orchestra of Algiers - Ashen
22 Dervishes in the House of the Chief of the Syrian Dervish Order - Rasd
23 Abdu El-Hanid - Al Raeya 

Here / Here 

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Dream weapons present: EXPLORADORA C90


An exploration of mysteries, melancholy, love, death, religion, good & evil... plus other important stuff. Exclusively and exquisitely sung or spoken by a cast of female voices (sans a duet and probably a mixed secondary school choir - or maybe two).

Exploradora is the Spanish or Portuguese word for "female explorer". Yes, like the Dora in that horrid animated educational show. Join inn on a voyage in sound where every continent on Mother Earth except Antarctica is explored, represented and heard.

In short: much beauty, but darkness lurks

-Moahaha

1 Caroline De Bendern / Barney Wilen - Gardenia Devil
2 Pan Xiuqiong - Mysterious Night / 潘秀瓊
3 Gönül Yazar - Arkadaşımın Aşkısın  (You're the Love of My Friend)
4 Kazuko Matsuo - Renbo Kouta
5 Glenda Jackson, Patrick Gowers & John Williams - Black March
6 Jean Ritchie - Aeolian Mode / The Dear Companion
7 Jancis Harvey - Judas and Mary
8 Ophélie Gaillard - Siete Canciones Populares Españolas: IV. Jota
9 Matniyoz Yusupov - Любовь к Родине (Love for the Motherland)
10 Ella Jenkins - An American Chain Gang Chant
13 Joan Baez - Epitaph For A Poet
12 Nikki Giovanni - A Certain Peace / When I Nap
13 Paula Moore - I Don’t Wanna Stay Behind
14 Marian Henderson - Country Girl

15 Christina Stewart - Òran Leannain Sìdhe (Song of the Fairy Lover)
16 Charovnitsy - Не за очи черные (Not For The Black Eyes)
17 Dimitra Galani - I  Kolasmeni (The Damned)
18 Newquay School, Cornwall - Full-Circle
19 Mormos - Forever Seventh Loved Time
20 Dorris Henderson & John Renbourn - Going to Memphis
21 Jayne Cortez & The Firespitters - Commitment
22 Asakawa Maki - Godown Moses
23 Nancy Agag - God Protect You
24 Alice Ribeiro - Acalanto
25 Djuwita - Oleleo
26 Warna - Bunga Teraté (Flower Terate)
27 Thanh Thúy - Nhung Doi Hoa Sim
28 Hibari Misora - Bye Bye Hawaii


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-The adapted to fit coverpainting is by Adela Leibowitz and titled "History of Sin" (2008)

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Dream Weapons present: KAI TAK DESCENT C60 by Hong Kong Soul Radio


New guest mix for you all. This time from none other than Hong Kong Soul Radio:

"Hong Kong’s cultural identity was formed in the late 70s and 80s as Cantopop and Hong Kong films (including their soundtracks) became a cultural dominant force in Asia and Chinese communities around the world. Early Cantopop was hugely influenced by Western folk / pop of the 60s, Japanese pop / enka of the 60s and 70s, and Mandarin pop of the 40s and 50s. This mix attempts to connect all the dots and show the roots of what would eventually become the “Golden Era of Cantopop” in Hong Kong." - Hong Kong Soul Radio

A
青江三奈 - グッド・ナイト
許冠傑 - 應該要自愛
梶芽衣子 - 知らぬ顔
甄妮 - 明日話今天
Simon & Garfunkel - The Dangling Conversation (Live)
白光 - 我是浮萍一片柳浪聞鶯
Silvetti - Autumn Rain
西城慶子 - 小雨の丘
New Wave - Shadows Of Good Bye
玉木宏樹 - 暴走集団 '71 Bgm

B
杉本美樹 - 0のバラード -女の爪あと- Part.2
青江三奈 - 女の市場 M5-2
林志美 - 初戀
盧冠廷 - 世事何曾是絕對 (電影"1/2段情"插曲)
Francoise Hardy - Mer
森山良子 - 悲しき天使
Jerry Butler - Just Because I Realy Love You
李香蘭 - 悔花
Michaelangelo - This Bird
張國榮 - 儂本多情
佐藤允彦 - 続女の警察テーマ


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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Dream Weapons present: SOLEMN SOLEIL C60



Solemn Soleil is a playlist that perfectly exemplifies the Scandinavian summer. At times brilliantine and blazing hot, switching swiftly to downpours and seeking shelter in bars where all you want to do is listen to sad lullabies. There are some more well-known songs on this mix, it wasn't an attempt at obscurity, merely a nice collection to listen to depending on the weather.

- Prabha Devi

A
Supercordas -  e o sol brilhou sobre o verde
Jean-Claude Oliver - Linvité
Abel Lima E Les Sofas - Povo Povo
Umas & Outras - Oh!
Tribo - Kyrie
Rita Lee - Macarrγo Com Linguiηa E Pimentao
Lady June - Missing Person
Reet Hendrikson - Haanja Miis

B
Esmeray - Ayrilik Olsa Bile
Fereydoon Farrokhzad - Aashianeh
Pedro Gonzalez - El samurai
Miharu Koshi - Western Bolero
Minette - Come to Me at Tea-Time
The Lollipops - Naked When You Come
Madame Riviere's Hawaiians - Paahana Hula
Charlie Megira - Tomorrow's Gone


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Saturday, August 12, 2017

Dream weapons present: YESTERLAND C90


Welcome (back) to Yesterland! I took the title from an online theme park for discontinued Disneyland attractions. Its actually a reworking of my third Pre-Rock mixtape* now improved in sound and flow with thirteen "brand new" and better tunes! Just about as fresh as a revisit to Yesterland can get...

One reason I love compiling music from the days of shellac is that the concept of «around the world in music» works like magic when the tunes are sonically unified in murky sound and hiss. Of course another appeal is that from the first half of the 20th century there's still so much unheard greatness out there waiting to get discovered.

1. Anne Shelton - Nightingale / 1942
2. Barnabás Von Géczy - Mexican Serenade / 1935
3. Olga Guillot - No Se Que Tienes - 1945
4. The Boswell Sisters - Forty Second Street / 1933
5. Henry Theel - Liljankukka / 1945
6. Annette Hanshaw - Ua Like a Like / 1929
7. Josef Marais - The Wanderers Song / 1946
8. Hibari Misora - Anooka Koete / 1951
9. Choir of Sendai Renbo Koji School - Kojo No Tsuki /  1957
10. Lidia Martorana - Marcellino Pan y Vino / 1957
11. Song Club - Věrný Kamarád / 1930’s
12. Pawlo Humeniuk - Na Wesiliu / 1926
13. Adam Aston - Nie Chce, Ale Musze / 1934
14. Géza Komor Orchester - Avant de Mourir / 1929
15. Koula Nikolaidhou & Trio Kitara - Tsika, Tsika, Tsou / 1950
16. Eartha Kitt / Tierra Va Temblar / 1950

17. Ted Lewis - Egyptian Ella - 1931
18. Lee Wiley - Motherless Child - 1934
19. Jean Lumière - La Paimpolaise - 1946
20. Karády Katalin - Mar Ismerem a Legszebb Szot - 1943
21. R. A. Dvorský a jeho Melody Boys - Kdybych Neměl Srdce / 1932
22. Alexandra Potchvershuy - Dariko /1936
23. Alberto Rabagliati & Trio Lescano - Brilla Una Stella In Cielo / 1940
24. Janusz Poplawski - Garmoszka / 1930’s
25. Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy - Casey Jones Blues / 1931
26. Ruth Etting - Happy Days And Lonely Nights / 1928
27. Ken 'Snakeships' Johnson & His West Indian Dance Band (with Al Bowlly & the Henderson Twins) - Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind / 1940
28. Jack Hart And His Dance Band - Song of the Dawn / 1930’s
29. Fréhel - L'Obsede / 1930
30. Toula Abratzi - Soultana / 1937
31. Rena Ntallia - Yialeli / 1952


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*originally shared elsewhere over three years ago. Plus I’m well aware that rock had existed for a couple of years in 1957, but the two tunes in question sound as if they’re from ancient times.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Dream weapons present: EXORCISM C90


Its never the wrong season for some dark and haunting music is it? As you can probably guess this is a late 1970’s horror soundtrack. Apparently its from a terrifying story based on actual events. The back cover text says:

-Exorcism is a visually stunning, wonderfully gruesome tale of horror brimming with eerie beauty and hallucinatory wonder.

...Several ancient roman stone tablets are unearthed in a roman tomb located in Yugoslavia by a team of british archaeologists. They are brought back to a collection in a small university town in northern England. Years later a professor of greek solves the mystery of the magical symbols added to one specific tablet. While reading the spell out loud, a curse is cast on his own wife and two daughters and ancient demon spirits are unleashed…

-Moahaha

1. The Heartwood Institute - Astercote
2. The Unseen - Evidently the Spirits Have Taken Over
3. Antique Doll - Geraldine
4. Shane Wesley Scott - Funeral March of a Marionette
5. Danielle Dax - Numb Companions
6. Andrew Morgan - Darkening
7. Dylan Thomas - In Death Divided (by Thomas Hardy)
8. Chêne Noir - La Ballade De La Bête
9. The Old Sturbridge Singers - Funeral Anthem
10. Vinterhjärta - Det Tomma Huset
11. Extradition - A Water Song
12. Giorgio Gaslini - Frammenti
13. Haruomi Hosono - Temo Finala- Nokto de la Galaksia Fervojo
14. 최희준 / Huijun Choe - 불량소녀 장미 / A Disorderly Girl Called Rose
15. Brad Fiedel - Charlie's Cathedral, Charmed

16. Kitchen Cynics - The Land Between the Bedclothes and the Bed
17. James Dashow - Alice / Ritorno a Casa
18. Atrium Musica de Madrid & Gregorio Paniagua - Hymne Au Soleil
19. Earthstar - Cafe Exit (Icl. March Of The Flanged Angels)
20. Karen Black - Ballad in C
21. Fernando Yvosky - Exteriorizaciones De Un Mundo Interior
22. Catharsis - Ballade Des Pendus
23. Tri Atma Und Gyan Nishabda - Neun Muscheln
24. Les Fragments De La Nuit - Les Canons Du Ciel
25. Marienne Kreitlow - Rise to Greet the Sun
26. Futuro Antico - Eco Raga
27. Christodoulos Halaris - Hymn to Nemesis
28. Sarah Hopkins & Alan Lamb - The Winds of Heaven
29. The Heartwood Institute - The Bells Of Astercote


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