Saturday, July 16, 2005

village expressos graphically fiddled


wow!!! this feature is fab....can now do the graphics bit too.....spent about an hour fiddling around but it was worth it. I am still not sure about all this copyright malarky but i hope the band won't mind me posting this picture which tickled my toenails. Have been out and about with my new bauble...the 512 mp3 ...unbeleivable how much it holds in such a small space.Here is a track that has been on repeat several times today
The Kropotkins Crazy Hannah MP3

North Mississippi meets techno and punk rock in The Kropotkins' world, producing fantastic mixed swirls of alt techo countrry.
Featuring Memphis singer and guitarist Lorette Velvette, drummers Maureen Tucker (the Velvet Underground) and Jonathan Kane (the Swans and La Monte Young) on bass drum and snare respectively, guitar and bass by Dog (a.k.a. Mark Deffenbaugh, Souixie and the Banshees and John Cale), banjo and violinist Dave Soldier, and violinist Charlie Burnham (James Blood Ulmer trio).
I have been listening to The Killers..not strictly countrry...but inspirational all the same so here is a number from them
The Killers Jenny was a friend MP3
I like the way this band sound uplifted...not like those usual white angsty boy bands...
here is somebody that has appeared at The Village in Leith. Come again!!
Jason Ringenberg The Price of Progress MP3
off to have an expresso and chill...

4 Comments:

Blogger guapo said...

Love the Kropotkins and Jason Ringenberg. The latter reminds me a little of Neil Young in acoustic mode!

11:06 pm  
Blogger Rock Daze said...

Franz Ferdinand and the Strokes are a lot better than the Killers, who are trying to drag us back into the eighties(god forbid)

5:06 am  
Blogger Fire of lovE said...

picture looks nice !!!!!

8:34 am  
Blogger countrygrrl said...

thanx for the comments...always good to know there are discerning folks out there! Franz Ferdinand don't seem that original to me, is it not recycled Blur and Pulp infact Brit Pop..anyone else agree? liked the blog rockdaze and a little bit of contriversy is good for the soul!!

8:03 pm  

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