Thursday, August 27, 2015

August's Underappreciated Music: the links

The monthly assembly of undervalued and often nearly "lost" music, or simply music the blogger in question wants to remind you reader/listeners of.

Patti Abbott: Nick Cave (the sound-suit Cave)

Brian Arnold: Japanese SF television series theme music

Love: Da Capo

Side A
1. Stephanie knows who 00:00
2. Orange skies 02:38
3. ¡Qué vida! 05:32
4. Seven & seven is 09:16
5. The castle 11:43
6. She comes in colours 14:49
Side B
1. Revelation 17:37

Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Friday Night Videos

Paul Brazill: A Song for Saturday

Jim C.: Sonny Criss

Sisters of St. Nicholas Convent Choir: Great-Lenten Chants: "Open to me the doors of penance..." (courtesy Anon.)

Sean Coleman: Motherload: "When I Die"

Bill Crider: The "5" Royales: Forgotten Music; Song of the DayForgotten Hits: Local Charts

Cullen Gallagher: rediscovering vinyl

Sonny Criss Orchestra: "Sonny's Dream"

Jeff Gemmill: Juliana Hatfield: 20 Questions; Top 5sPaul McCartney: Wingspan Documentary; 3 Girls...

Jerry House: The Arthur Godfrey Show; Daily Music+; Hymn Time

George Kelley: Jackie DeShannon: All the Love: The Lost Atlantic Recordings

RiffTrax: "Coffeehouse Rendezvous"

Kate Laity: early Springsteen; The Original Beekeepers: How the River Runs Dry

Jacqueline T. Lynch: western film theme music

Todd Mason: for Gunther Schuller: Orchestral Third Stream Music; sinister songs

Patrick Murtha:  "Olympus 7-0000" and other Larry Blyden musicals

The Virgin-Whore Complex: "I See More" (nsfw lyrics)

Lawrence Person: Shoegazer Sunday

Charlie Ricci: Black 47: New York Town

Vienna: The Sound of Hitchcock

Deanta: "The Lakes of Pontchartrain" 
(for the people of New Orleans and Biloxi)

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