Jack Oblivian + Harlan T. Bobo
Posted 30 August 2007 - 16:59
beograd @ skc - subota, 15. septembar, 22h (pretprodaja 500 din. / dan koncerta 600 din.!!)
pirot @ dom kulture (jazz cafe) - nedelja, 16. septembar
zagreb @ kset - ponedeljak, 17. septembar
Posted 01 September 2007 - 11:11
za ove sa brzim netom evo par albuma:
jack-o & the tennessee tearjerkers - don't throw your love away
jack-o & the tennessee tearjerkers - flip side kid
harlan t. bobo - too much love
harlan t. bobo - i'm your man
biografija jacka obliviana:
Posted 06 September 2007 - 13:54
karte su na blagajni skc-a po ceni od 500 kinti (na dan koncerta bice 600!!). izgledaju jebitacno (hvala reakciji i neksu) i ne mogu da se kopiraju
slusajte u nedelju velikog sefa zikicu simica na b92 radiju jer ce citava emisija 'dole na uglu' biti posvecena ovom koncertu i preslusavace se harlanove i jackove nove, ali i stare stvari (sa prethodnim bendovima). dakle, puna 2 sata najboljeg memfis rokenrola!!
inace, za bubnjevima ce sedeti paul buchignani poznat po radu sa afghan whigs, pored ostalih milion bendova.
jos malo linkova:
http://www.last.fm/m.../Harlan T. Bobo
Posted 10 September 2007 - 09:16
1. Lee Hazlewood
I don't need a reason to listen to Lee, but since his recent passing I pulled out all his records and found, Requiem for an Almost Lady (Smells Like Records), to be my favorite. Biting humor, pop melodies for unpopular themes, simple language that covers a lot of emotional territory. Lee's delivery causes me to laugh out loud. Long live Lee.
2. Fela Kuti - Roforofo Fight
15 minute super fast grooves with slow evolving horn arrangements, there’s so much energy coming of this record I can't help but think these guys were in great physical shape. Fela jerking around the English language is a lot of fun, "impossibitliesisisms".
3. Timothy Prudhomme - With the Hole Dug (Smells Like Records)
I like to lie on the floor and listen to this one, it has the same effect as meditation without having to do the work. Rich stories told with a minimum of words and plenty of space, leaves the mind time to make pictures. trk #7 rolling on!!
4.The juke box at the Lamplighter, Memphis Tenn.
Tonight’s favorites... Willie Nelson, “Georgia on My Mind”: this song has no verse. Los Lobos, “La Bamba”: drummer rocks. Kenny Rogers, “Ruby”: he's got some restraint on this one. Frank Sinatra, “High Hopes”: gives just that. Lou Reed, “Vicious”: fun to see the older regulars bobbing to this one.
5. Funkadelic - America Eats Its Young
First read the inside cover statement on America. Then let your freak flag fly. How that many musicians can sound so spontaneous and together at the same time is beyond me. Disc 3 Track 1... “all I need is pussy to ease my worried mind.” I can never listen to this song just once.
6. Johnny Cash - Personal File
Just Mr. Cash and his guitar. Recorded mostly in the early ’70s at his home. Johnny Cash's voice shakes all of life’s bullshit away. I'll play this record on my deathbed.
7. Kris Kristopherson - Silver Tongued Devil
I've always liked his song writing but never liked his voice until this one, reminds me of an unhinged young Leonard Cohen. Great songwriting of course, but the performances really get me.
8. Konono No. 1 - Congotronics
Thumb piano music through homemade amplifiers, this stuff puts a lot of low-fi tech music to shame.
9. Blood Tea and Red String
This is a stop animation movie by Christiane Cegavske. Low budget, beautiful to look at, unique characters and a story that feels like an ancient fairy tale.... Beautiful. Great music by Mark Growden.
10. Marc Bojanowski - The Dog Fighter (book)
Very violent, feels like a small personal chapter in a Cormac McCarthy book. Satisfies the macho like biting into a rare steak. Also very nice to watch a character grow away from his violence.
Posted 12 September 2007 - 12:45
wed Aug 29 Frankfurt -- Dreikoenigskeller
thu Aug 30 Kortrijk -- the Pit's
fri Aug 31 Utrecht -- dB's
sat Sep 1 Bonn -- Stomp Summer Fest @ BLA
sun Sep 2 Groningen -- Robert's birthday party @ Vera
mon Sep 3 off
tue Sep 4 travel
wed Sep 5 Oslo -- Kosher Musik @ Garage
thu Sep 6 Bergen -- Hulen
fri Sep 7 Stockholm -- Gearclub @ Debaser
sat Sep 8 Goteborg -- Smackdown House
sat Sep 9 Halden -- Demo Bar
mon Sep 10 travel
tue Sep 11 Bremen -- Tower
wed Sep 12 Kassel -- Haus
thu Sep 13 Munchen -- 59 to 1 (ex-Monofaktur)
fri Sep 14 Graz -- Postgarage
sat Sep 15 Beograd -- SKC
sun Sep 16 Pirot -- Dom Kulture
mon Sep 17 Zagreb -- KSET
tue Sep 18 travel
wed Sep 19 Perpignan -- La Divine Comedie
thu Sep 20 Barcelona -- Sidecar
fri Sep 21 Durango -- Plateruena
sat Sep 22 Madrid -- Wurlitzer Ballroom
sun Sep 23 Gijon -- Savoy Club
mon Sep 24 Bordeaux -- Le Fiacre
tue Sep 25 Rennes -- Mondo Bizarro
wed Sep 26 Paris -- La Mecanique Ondulatoire
thu Sep 27 Annecy -- Le Brise Glace
fri Sep 28 Biel -- St Gervais
sat Sep 29 Fidenza -- Taun
sun Sep 30
mon Oct 1 Augsburg -- Haifisch bar
tue Oct 2 Stuttgart -- Zwoelfzehn
wed Oct 3 Darmstadt -- Bessunger Knabenschule Keller
thu Oct 4 Eindhoven -- Altstadt
fri Oct 5 Rotterdam -- Rumble @ waterfront
sat Oct 6 Diksmuide -- 4AD
sun Oct 7 Munster -- Gleis 22
malo harlana i jacka sa youtube-a:
Posted 14 September 2007 - 11:59
ako stignu u dogovoreno vreme u grad bice fore i za gostovanje i intervju za cross radio na b92 (17:30 - 19:00), pa slusajte sta sefovi imaju da kazu pre nego sto dodjete da naucite what rocknroll is all about
Edited by Bad Music For Bad People, 14 September 2007 - 13:42.