A proposal is now up as a poll to change the guidelines of TGP to only allow member self-deleting of post/threads for up to thirty days of the original posting it. We are now watching the poll here. Click here to view the thread.
Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by cbmccarthy, May 23, 2011.
NPR's First Listen is pretty cool.
My limited edition vinyl set showed up yesterday. I'm really liking the record so far.
Cool. I wish the band hadn't changed their sound so drastically from their earlier material though. It's like a totally different band. At Dawn, It Still Moves, and Z are my favorites.
The first few listens to this didn't go so smoothly but I am starting to understand what is going on and I like it.
Its obscure at times but that's why I like them so much. Not many people liked Z when it first came out, but now many hold it as their best work.
NPR first listen is keeping me busy lately. Vedder's solo uke album, Death Cab, MMJ. Also thought i would check out the Frisell/Miller/Liesz album. Lots of great free music up!!!
Haven't listened to the MMJ album yet, but probably tomorrow. I spend most of my time listening to Oknonkos, lots of great playing on that album.
^ Agreed -- I need to give this new one a few more listens before I can say for sure that I don't dig it quite as much as the ones above.
That tune Holiday was great. Not so into them anymore.
now they are live streaming a free concert on youtube - pretty cool!
Loving the live show. And really, the sound hasn't changed that much. Z and Evil Urges both seemed crazy at first. The new album is great and has some killer tones. Inlive the fuzz on Black Metal.
I haven't been able to tune into the show but I think Jim James uses a 3 Monkeys Orangutan.
Yes, he does. And it sounds great.
That is quite a jump from the dual recs he used to play.
so good. 100 minutes past my bed time. thanks live stream. ha.
Yes, and yet his tone hasn't changed drastically. Better, but not insanely so.
he's still got the same fingers, right?