Thursday, June 10, 2004

Laurie Anderson-O Superman
Removed

You will probably have come across Laurie Anderson at some point and one of her many creative outputs. This 1981 release got to number 2 in the UK, which was a bit of a shock to most of the industry, still us Brits seem to like a bit of doom and grit in music. The backing track is as minimal as they get; Anderson's voice saying 'ah' looped over and little else. It's weird how this song made me feel different things the first few times I listened to it, at first I was laughing because it seems almost ridiculous, then I was amazed because its a really clever, fresh piece of music, and then it made me a bit frightened and it all got a little apocalyptic. The journalist Garry Mulholland has written a fantastic and spot on commentary of it in his brilliant book This Is Uncool: The 500 Greatest Singles Since Punk and Disco which, if you haven't already picked up a copy is a must, just read the reader views on Amazon.




Laurie Anderson-Night in Baghdad
Removed

Laurie's style has developed and changed a little over the years and this is from her 1994 release 'Big Red'. This song kind of has me mesmerised, again there's a touch of the silly but also an eerie darkness that hints at mortality and human conflict. Anderson once performed by playing her violin (I don't think either of these songs contain violin) and standing on a block of ice in ice skates, she played until the ice melted. You can buy lots more of her music from Amazon. Read a Wired interview with Laurie here.



Liking this multi media review/preview site Neumu, check the song download section


Well you could always have a guess.


This is complete madness look at the articles Sex at the speed of light and Quantum Sexual Physics,they cannot be serious....can they?


Big world news source with at look at daily headlines from 41 countries


"I was pronounced dead once and actually saw the light. I find it very hard to talk about, actually, because it sounds so corny."Elizabeth Taylor and other Star's near death experiences, at least Taylor realises the cheese factor involved in revealing her story.


Much music on offer at The Fom


Rising Mp3 blog The Number One Songs in Heaven, lets just hope he don't mean the nightclub.


Oh yes, Honey, Where Have You Been So Long?, a pre-war Blues Mp3 blog.

5 Comments:

At October 2, 2005 at 4:07 AM, Blogger FriendlyGuy1212 said...

Very nice blog, hard to come by these days,

If you have a chance, can you visit my how to play guitar site

It has all guitar related stuff.

Thanks

 
At October 2, 2005 at 10:50 AM, Blogger Julian Silvain said...

Hey, I was searching blogs, and came onto yours, and I like it. I kinda landed here on accident while searching for something esle, but nice blog.. I got you bookmarked.

If you got time , go visit my site, it´s about mens male enhancement reviews. It pretty much covers mens male enhancement reviews and other similar topics available.

 
At October 6, 2005 at 1:32 AM, Blogger Lexie said...

You have pretty cool blog here. What's up with these weird posts?

Anyway, I like your blog and will proably be back.

Take care.

Lexie

Oh and another cool site is a weight loss supplement site about other weight loss stuff.

 
At October 22, 2005 at 9:03 PM, Blogger Steve Westphal said...

Yes, this is a great site. I found another great site for free download mp3s

 
At October 22, 2005 at 9:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Blog! Ilike it.But here you can find woman looking for sexTake a look if you have a minute. Thanks and have a good one!

 

Post a Comment

<< Home