Sunday, April 28, 2013

Over the Edge

For years this was my favorite 7" in the whole world. I still get goose bumps when I put it on. This to me is Dead Moon's finest moment. They never did make a bad record and their live album Live Evil is the best live record I know. But this one just blew my mind completely when I first heard it . It's strange that you can still find this used for a pretty good price, I guess they never really got that big in the States. In Germany and Scandinavia they were pretty big though.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Top 5 on a Kentucky spring afternoon.

1. A song my wife just made, named Ibsen. It's beautiful and I can't stop humming the melody!
2. John Coltrane- Olé
3. Motorpsycho - Still Life With Eggplant (came in the mail from Germany this week, sweet)
4. Soft Machine - Third
5. Bengt Nordström - Meaningless

Friday, April 19, 2013


Swedish free jazz legend Mats Gustafsson recommended this record to me. Bengt "Frippe" Nordström's Meaningless. This is a collection of some of his collaborations from the 60s. Nordström's records are extremely rare today and are hard to come by. The music is really unique!!! Nordström is mostly known for releasing the first Albert Ayler record on his own Bird Note imprint.