lundi 1 décembre 2008

Take Me To Your Leader

Good. Wildcat is a good track but this one is freshly baked. So eat it.
Ratatat - Shempi (LP3, XL 2008)

This is a track from the Blade Runner OST. Nothing exceptional as far as the melody is concerned. But the way it is recorded makes you travel. Imagine a man digging a hole in the middle of the Nevada desert, a dead body lying on the ground. And this track, coming from the radio station of the car with the left front door wide open. Or a cop sitting in a car, waiting for the susual suspect to come out of a Donut store, in a rainy Manhattan night.
Vangelis & Don Percival - One More Kiss, Dear (Blade Runner OST, Atlantic 1982)

Now, talking about holes, here are two tracks in honour of the rings with holes.
M.A.N.D.Y. vs Booka Shade - Donut (Get Physical, 2008)

Mister Modo & Ugly MacBeer - Not Afraid (on Modonut, KIF Music 2008)

Dear customer, didn't we tell you? Our waiter is full of wisdom. And he's from Liverpool. He drinks lots of bier and says chips, never fries. Listen carefully to the words of this song (Diduseethewords?).
Jegsy Dodd & The Original Sinners - Grumpy Old Men (Wake Up And Smell The Offy, Cherry Red 2004)

After that, nothing better than some exercise. This compilation is great. Electronic Music's first steps. You might lose an ear or two but it's worth it, trust me. Anyway, this one is safe for your ears.
Max Matthews - Bicyle Ride For Two (Earlys Modulations - Vintage Volts, Caïpirinha Music 1961)

And take those free gifts, you've been such a nice customer:
To digest in sorrow:
Mùm - We Have A Map Of The Piano (Finally We Are No One, Fat Cat 2002)

And with that a James Bond style rhythm, a Berlinette, I'm caught.
Trost - Cowboy (Trust Me, Four Music 2008)

Please bring back your friends.

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Hmmmm Music...