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Friday, May 23, 2008

nick cave and the bad seeds, cat stevens, grand archives, the jam, the cure, bonnie prince billie, husker du, dennis wilson, iron and wine, hell ride east, wilco, pavement, mountain goats, ramones, rolling stones, arcade fire


Daytrotter has a recent sesson by Grand Archives.

I am Fuel You Are Friends has Husker Du 7-24?-81

Record Robot has Sesame Street's Letter People.

Not That Young has The Jam 11-30-80.

To Die By Your Side has Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and The Raconteurs live on Jools Holland.

Bradley's Almanac has The Cure 5-12-08.

Six Eyes has Calexico with Iron and Wine Seattle Oct 2005 and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 5-1-08.

Of Mirror Eye has Bonnie Prince Billie 8-15-05.

Anyones Guess has Arcade Fire 6-19-07.

Berkeley Place has Hell Ride East in Dec 2000 (Mike Watt, J Mascis and the Ashton Brothers).

Aquarium Drunkard has Dennis Wilson's Bambu outtakes.

Here is a link to the classic column, What Would D Boon Do?

Captains Dead has Pavement 6-26-92 and Wilco 10-19-02.

Largehearted Boy finds the Mountain Goats 5-16-08 over at NYC Taper.

Ick Music has the Ramones 7-4-76.

Big O has Cat Stevens 11-9-73 and The Rolling Stones Static in the Attack.



tim midgett giveaway


To celebrate the upcoming digital release of Tim Midgett's "It Goes Like This" EP on Comedy Minus One, we are giving away an original mint unplayed copy. It was originally released in 2002 as part of Three Lobed Recordings Purposeful Availment cd subscription series.

It's very simple to be eligible to win the cd. Just send an email to info@75orless.com with IT GOES LIKE THIS in the subject line. Once all the entries have been received, we'll come up with a fancy way of letting our label house cat randomly select the winner. We'll take entries for one week and announce the winner on Friday, May 30.

The Comedy Minus One label will be soon making available digital releases of Silkworm's 1994 album Libertine, the Chokes EP, the 1997 Ein Heit album The Lightning and the Sun and the 1997 Crust Brothers' live Marquee Mark album. Lots of free mp3s to check out at the label website.

Make sure you catch the Bottomless Pit at one of the shows on their upcoming US tour.

friday july 11 - knitting factory - new york city, ny with the kadane brothers
saturday july 12 - middle east - boston, ma with the kadane brothers and chris brokaw
sunday july 13 - divan orange - montreal, qc with the kadane brothers
monday july 14 - sneaky dee's - toronto, ot with the kadane brothers
thursday july 17 - schubas - chicago, il with the kadane brothers
friday july 18 - high noon saloon - madison, wi with the kadane brothers
saturday july 19 - 7th street entry - minneapolis, mn with the kadane brothers

Much of the info above comes from the Bradley's Almanac website.

m @ 5:20 AM


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in case you are new here....we post irregularly to our favorite links to rare and live music available for download. we do not link to lossless files, as we are half deaf ourselves. we also don't host any files, as we do not comprehend the technology. we simply stumble across this stuff and share the links. please support all the websites and bands that do all the real work getting this music into your ears. all the sites listed below have more great music and content. most of these links will go dead at some point so grab the music while you can.

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