8 February 2015 in News
8 February 2015 in News
31 January 2015 in [blog]
Pete Townshend’s episode of Behind The Music introduced me to The Who’s Lifehouse project, the ambitious post-Tommy rock opera that fell apart and was never released. Some of its best songs ended up on Who’s Next, including “Baba O’Riley,” “Getting In Tune,” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again.”
Off and on I’ve worked on a playlist of Lifehouse as it might have been, cobbling it together from Who’s Next, Odds & Sods, Who Are You, and various b-sides and bonus tracks. It’s pretty fun to listen to.
because i have too much time on my hands, i waste it by reconstructing famous unreleased albums. here are some of them. enjoy.
I’ve only been able to scan the blog so far, but I’m already looking forward to:
Not only are these lost albums reconstructed with careful attention to audio quality and source material, there are extensive notes and background reading on each one. I’m amped about this find, and will thoroughly enjoy exploring the blog; thanks, soniclovenoize!
* See also re-arranging Springsteen’s Live 1975-85, Ken Burns’ Jazz box set, and Numero Group’s Eccentric Soul: The Forte Label into chronological order, enjoying Radiohead’s 01 10, reversing The Roots’ Undun, etc.
24 January 2015 in [blog]
I’ve supported the Clinch Mob Compilation for Lincoln musician Pat Clinch’s medical expenses, and I hope you’ll check it out and participate, too. Pat’s a veteran of Strawberry Burns and was recently diagnosed […]
Pete Townshend’s episode of Behind The Music introduced me to The Who’s Lifehouse project, the ambitious post-Tommy rock opera that fell apart and was never released. Some of its best songs ended up on Who’s Next, […]
After our show the other week Megan asked for direct links to the songs we played in the set. In sequence, if you missed it, or want to relive it:
Radio Edit – <a title="Radio Edit" href="http://marslights.bandcamp.com/track/radio-edit" […]
Here is the best music we heard in the past year. Most, but not all, was also released in 2014. “I had a sparse year for new music” says Cory. “I wish I could say that I fell in love with more tunes this year. […]
This past week Cory alerted me that Derek Jennings’ (known as D-Rockets on MFR) excellent EP “Bummertown” was available on iTunes. I’d known it was streaming on Bandcamp but didn’t know it was for sale, so I […]
I’m hardly, but it’s the title of the Truckfighters song that’s on right now. If you like early Queens of the Stone Age, check out Truckfighters; debut Gravity embedded below, more at Fuzzorama Records Bandcamp […]
HearNebraska.org published an interview we did on mr|ten and MFR’s 10th birthday the other day.
Thanks to HN for the opportunity to talk about the MFR artists and their work on this project!