Tracks comprise the original album, and tracks are bonus tracks. The second disc contains Hitchcock's third album, I Often Dream of Trainsoriginally released in The third disc contains Hitchcock's album, Eye. Tracks comprise the original CD version of the album, and tracks are bonus tracks.
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June Learn how and when to remove this template message. So I got the album in all three formats. Location: Takoma Park, MD. My LP arrived Friday and I agree - it's warm and my copy is also clean sounding. I really like "Your Album) Here" - the line "ring my chimes like a ding-dong daddy" makes me chuckle every time. WaltFeb 23, I finally got around to listening to the bonus CD. The last song, "Nothing Makes Me Cry" is one of the most beautiful things Robyn has recorded in the last ten years.
It's an absolutely gorgeous cut that could have fit easily on Spectre or Perspex Island. Pity it wasn't included on the regular release of Goodnight Oslo. I, too, was disappointed that the vinyl OSLO did not have the inner sleeve or credits and I contacted Yep Roc they are 10 minutes down the road. The head of the label told me that Robyn approved it like that. I will ask him myself next month when he and the Venus 3 roll through town stopping in Carrboro, NC.
Chapell Hill is, literally, three streets away, and the club is a two minute drive from UNC's main campus. But it does sound better than the CD my mantra with most LP vinyl. Did you guys catch Hitchcock on the Independent Spirit Awards a couple weeks ago? He played an abbreviated version of "Up to Our Nex".
Hey, it's a mystic trip Location: Ohio, USA. I picked this up several days ago, and here's the story: I like the first half of the disc so much that I haven't played the second half. But I suspect I have this in common with a few folks around here. So, so far, I'm happy, and I was someone generally disappointed with Ole Tarantula. Very cool. I just have all the shows I taped Location: New Milford, CT. The comments about Jerry Garcia are classic With the release of "Queen Elvis" and a series of tour dates opening for R.
While on a recent visit to Boston, LP took some time out to talk with us. CD: Are you going to be doing an east coast tour anytime soon? RH: Yeah, in mid-June. We're going to be in New York and Boston and some other places. CD: I understand you're doing an in-store later today. Do you enjoy that? They're nice, only we can't sing today because if we do, the whole building's going to be arrested. CD: Why is that?
RH: Apparently they had some people in there that caused some trouble where a band did an in-store performance, and the police department placed an injunction saying if any music is played, the whole building is just going to be towed away and impounded. CD: Maybe you could sneak in some a-cappella stuff. RH: Well, that's a different point, what constitutes a performance, you see?
I could just start showing off violently and that would be a performance. What kind of experience was that for LP How did the audiences react to the band? RH: The audiences responded fine, such as they were.
We only got to play for about 40 minutes, so basically it's like-if a lion slaughters a zebra, the lion eats the lion's share and then the jackal comes along and eats what's left. Obviously, it's basically RE.
You hope that all these people who are eating peanuts and looking at you like a bunch of jellyfish are going to go out and buy your records. CD: Do you like playing in front of crowds that big or do you prefer playing in a smaller hall?
RH: I don't think anyone likes playing to a crowd that big because you can't see them, they can't see you. I mean, RE. Most musicians, when you get down to it, like to play in a club because you have actual contact.
CD: You guys LP just invade a bar and play whatever you felt like? RH: Basically, yeah. It's fun. It's just sporadic. We do covers of everybody including ourselves. CD: You've worked with Pete Buck, he's played on your last two discs and played with you live at points.
Are there other musicians that you would like to collaborate with at some time? Also, has anybody ever approached you about producing a recording? RH: The Replacements did once, but I hadn't heard of them. I didn't have a record player,so they sent me their records, but it was a bit of a waste of time. I really didn't feel confident about being able to go and produce anybody. If I'd realized that they drink as much as I do, I probably would have quite happily done it. I'd always be interested, but it's not priority.
It's rather like when musicians become actors; you think,why don't you stick to your basic trade. As for working with other people, sometimes I think I'd love to. M contributors Scott McCaughey and drummer Bill Rieflin falls in the center of the discography pack, nipping at the heels of Hitchcock's better moments from the last three decades, such as Fegmania!
Tarantula Never shy of incorporating a wide range of styles into his music, Hitchcock mirrors his influences with thoughtful enthusiasm while throwing his characteristic sardonic humor into the mix. Yet Goodnight Oslo is a capricious affair, veering from big band grandiosity to quirky pop and rollicking country ballads. Just as the content darts around stylistically, so does the overall quality of the songs.
After such a magnetic highlight, the disappointment of the following track, "Saturday Groovers", Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3 - Goodnight Oslo (Vinyl, comes as a stiff blow.
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