Monday, August 27, 2007

The last Manic Monday of August, people. Where did summer go?

What's new tomorrow:
The Blue Voodoo - Back To The Shack
Memphis Minnie - Early Rhythm & Blues From The Rare Legal Sessions
Various Artists - Boogie Woogie Blues

Lyle Lovett and His Large Band - It's Not Big It's Large
Loretta Lynn - Number 1's
Ralph Stanley - Essential Masters

John Stewart - California Bloodlines
Burl Ives - Songs From The Big Rock Candy Mountain
David Bromberg - David Bromberg - reissue
Leadbelly/Reverend Gary Davis - Good Morning Blues - Compilation

R & B:
James Brown - 20th Century Masters: The Millenium Collection
Ruth Brown - Late Date With Ruth Brown - reissue
The Jackson 5 - Number 1's

Toots & The Maytals - Light Your Light

Stephen Bishop - Red Cab To Manhattan - reissue - Yeah, he's the guy who gets his guitar smashed by John Belushi in Animal House!
Joe Cocker - Classic Cocker
Demon Dog Sperm - Hopeless - I don't think that band names can sink any lower than this.
The Dixie Dregs - Dregs
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals - Lifeline
Dale Hawkins - Back Down To Louisiana
Horse The Band - Natural Death
Danny Kortchmar - Innuendo
Kenny Loggins - Celebrate Me Home/Nightwatch - a twofer reissue
Michael McDermott - Noise From Words - Sample this here. It's sort of Bruce Springsteen-ish.

Michael McDermott - Mess of Things

New Buffalo - Somewhere, Anywhere
Willie Nile - Beautiful Wreck Of The World
Procol Harem - Secrets Of The Hive: The Best Of Procol Harem
Queensryche - Sign Of The Times: The Best of Queensryche
The Young Rascals/The Rascals - a bunch of reissues/compilations
The Real Tuesday Weld - London Book Of The Dead
Ringo Starr - Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr - compilation
The Subdudes - Street Symphony*
The Yardbirds - Live At B.B.King's Blues Club

Nat's Pick of the week


Joe the Troll said...

"Demon Dog Sperm - Hopeless - I don't think that band names can sink any lower than this."

That is REALLY bad, but it's hard to beat "Jesus Christ and the Nailknockers."

Any idea who's playing in that Yardbirds disc, particularly the guitar?

Natsthename said...

This is all I could find out:
"The band features founding members Jim McCarty and Chris Dreja, guitarist Ben King, vocalist John Idan, and harmonica player Billy Boy Miskimmin." And this was recorded in 2006.

Lucy said...

Where did summer go? It's depressing!