André van Duin - 2 (1973, NL, fun) 
Sunday, December 9, 2007, 09:57 AM - Music, - NL, Nederlands
Een heel oude lp van André van Duin met Dik Voormekaar trekjes. Waarschijnlijk uit de tijd dat hij nog de Abominabele Top 2000 bij Radio Noordzee Internationaal presenteerde.
Debiele liedjes afgewisseld met reclamepersiflages en sketches.
Een lp van de rommelzolder van Ate M Hes, dus de krasfilter heeft heel hard moeten werken om het knappend haardvuurtje, dat zich naar voren had weten te werken, naar de achtergrond te dringen.



Kant 1:
01 De Tiroler
02 Kwastenkwis
03 Woei, woei
04 reclame: snertsoep, de verborgen microfoon, vloerbedekking
05 De Eskimo
06 Pech onderweg
07 Oh tante, tante
08 reclame: onverklaarbaar wonen, bionlogisch ans, de doorspoelunie
09 Family story

Kant 2:
01 Samen in bad
02 Geluk bij een ongeluk
03 Oh domme Clara
04 reclame: graven, fricades, bambam pap
05 De gooi en smijtmeid
06 reclame: kalenders, interview, reisburo de wolkbreuk
07 Het hek van de buurvrouw
08 Kokkerellen
09 De Hawaiiaanse VVV song
10 reclame: moneymaker, sport in het kort, schriftelijke cursus
11 La lala la lala la

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Urbanus - The Scratchin' Zwaantjes (1984, BE, scratch/fun) 
Wednesday, December 5, 2007, 06:21 PM - Music, - BE, English
Around 1983 scratching was a hype. Every artist who was old fashioned had now the chance to become modern again by making a scratch hit. You could expect a record to make this movement a bit ridiculous and at the same time making some money. Kris Kastaar did this, using samples of the popular Belgian comedian Urbanus, who also made the cover.



1 The Scratchin' Zwaantjes [8:06]
2 Le Massacre [6:11]

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Pete Shelley - On your own (1986, UK, new wave/electronic) 
Saturday, November 17, 2007, 05:54 PM - Music
Again powerful synthpop on side one and a dub mix and experimental piece on side two.



Side one:
1 On Your Own (New York mix) [5:24]

Side two:
1 On Your Own (New York dub mix) [5:33]
2 Please Forgive Me . . . But I Cannot Endure It Any Longer [7:43]

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A terrible quality video of 'On your own' has been placed on YouTube:

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The Chinatown Philharmonic - Anthology of Dutch December Folklore 1: Klaas Komt (1990, NL, folk) 
Thursday, November 15, 2007, 11:28 PM - Music, - NL, Nederlands
Het gaat weer op kerst aan, merk ik aan de clicks op kerstposts van vorig jaar. Maar het moet nog Sinterklaas worden!
Heeft u kinderen? Eigen schuld. Maar om het nog enigszins draaglijk te houden: pak ze de cd-tjes van de diverse kinderkoren af, en geef hen de zelfgebrand exemplaar van The Chinatown Philharmonic, ook wel genaamd Korzorkest, ervoor in de plaats.
Met Marcel Cuypers (Snake Charming, City & Eastern, De Dopegezinde Gemeente) op klarinet en reeds ingekleurde tekeningen van Meinsje de Paauw.



Veel meer kun je er niet van maken.



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Pete Shelley - Never Again (1984, UK, new wave/electronic) 
Wednesday, November 14, 2007, 10:35 PM - Music, - UK, English
Three sides of Pete Shelley on this 12".
Powerful synthpop on side one, dub mix and experimental drums/noises on side two.

Pete Shelley (ex Buzzcocks): guitar, voice
Barry Adamson (ex Magazine, ex Visage): bass
Gerard Cookson: guitar
Derek Thompson: bass
Dexter (Francis Cookson): drums
Steve Turley: keyboards



Side one:
1 Never Again (extended version) [6:12]

Side two:
1 Give It To Me [5:37]
2 111 (extended version) [8:27]

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The Assembled Multitude (1970, US, muzak) 
Sunday, November 11, 2007, 08:29 PM - Music, - US, English
Why this lp is made is a mystery to me. Tom Sellers had a hit with Overture from Tommy. And here he covers in the same way more pop tunes with his Assembled Multitude. Wanted to sell his own two songs included on the album? Then the choise of the other titles is somewhat strange: not really middle of the road, but the way he treats them is.
I love the sound of the trombones. And you can't ruin I Want You (She's So Heavy), not even the Beatles themselves, nor George Benson could do that.
Rhino (who else) sells this record, but only in Windows Media Audio format. ???
Why the &^%$ in WMA?



Side one:
1 Overture from "Tommy" (A Rock Opera) (Peter Townshend) [2:27]
2 Woodstock (Joni Mitchell) [2:14]
3 Where the Woodbine Twineth (Tom Sellers) [2:36]
4 Ohio (Neil Young) [2:07]
5 Singalong Junk (Paul McCartney) [1:46]
6 MacArthur Park (Jim Webb) [3:32]

Side two:
1 The Princess and the Soldier (Tony Hazzard) [2:31]
2 Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa (Burt Bacharach - Hal David) [2:31]
3 While My Guitar Gently Sleeps (George Harrison) [4:08]
4 Mr. Peppercorn (Tom Sellers) [2:29]
5 I Want You (She's So Heavy) (John Lennon - Paul McCartney) [4:19]

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The Image Engine (1990) 
Friday, November 9, 2007, 09:55 PM - Personal, English
This is output from an Amiga program I wrote in 1990 in C. Based on 10 basic figures, the program creates constantly different abstract, unearthly landscapes.
I couldn't see it for years. My Amiga's are broken and disks had read errors. I finally managed to save the software and thanks to UAE Amiga Emulator and WinUAE I could run the program on my PC and grab the output in Avi's. I added some sound and uploaded it to YouTube. Happy floating.


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