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  • HMSTerror

    I think it says something, too, that the last two albums he's recorded with WH have been 'live in the studio' deals, because, frankly, I think that's to cut costs on his part with studio time. Essentially, assemble the musicians, perform the songs live, mix it and get it out there. I think "The Laughing Stalk" suffers a bit from this process sonically as it seems overly compressed or brickwalled, as it always known. Even though Alexander Hacke "produced" the album, it seems to me it was a fairly hurried job with the process in general. That's good to get energetic, raw takes of songs, but, at the same time, if the product doesn't sound good, there's really no point. Just my opinion.

    27 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    I've read that statement from DEE, too: that he considers music his gift and records and tours to support his family. His son has Down's Syndrome, yet DEE is always very positive and happy to talk about him and his condition. But, I think you're right on about the constant touring and what it means for the line-up of the band. Frankly, I'm surprised Garrison has stayed with him as long as he has, but I'm happy about that. I often wonder with the constant touring, what kind of time DEE gets to spend with his family. His wife must be a strong person to be able to deal with him being away so much (funny the things I think about sometimes).

    27 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    P.S. I totally agree with on Ordy Garrison. Man, he's a GREAT drummer. Completely underrated, I think. He's as good as they come in the rock arena, imo.

    26 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    Interesting, I wondered why Pascal had left WH, but I couldn't even find a reason (I thought maybe it was creative differences or he wanted to concentrate on Lilium, perhaps). He is missed, though. I agree Live at Roepaen is great, but I like the track listing of the Bottom of the Hill at bit better as it includes many of my favorite WH songs. I wish they'd do a bit more of "Ten Stones" in live sets, but he seems to include "Kingdom of Ice" in most sets which is one of my favorites, so that makes me happy.

    26 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    From what I can gather, you must live in Europe if you've seen DEE that many times because it doesn't seem like he tours that much here in the US. DEE has commented on the situation before; being that there is more of a curiosity and interest in his music in Europe because it is not saturated with Christianity as the US. But, I am guessing of course, because you could be right here in the US and, possibly, I've missed them that many times! I love that Bottom of the Hill boot a lot. I think WH lacks a bit without Pascal Humbert. They new line up has a lot of energy and vigor, but, to be honest, I prefer the the seated DEE with Humbert and Garrison as opposed to the more "modern" version that he's put together for "The Laughing Stalk". All of this, of course, is just my opinion.

    26 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    You're obviously a big fan of David Eugene Edwards, just like me! :). However, I think you might know more about him than I do (or so it seems). Do you have that WH Bottom of the Hill deal that is in my top albums list? You probably do. If not, you can get the audio from www.killthatkat.com. I've obviously listened to it a lot. I have several other WH boots, but none of them are exceptional in terms of sound quality. Interesting about Steven Taylor RE: "Secret South", as I've read his name before, but really didn't know his contributions to the band. Thanks for the info!

    25 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    So, top five 16 Horsepower songs? Favorite album? Tough one for me, but right off the top of my head "Praying Arm Lane", "Splinters", "Clogger", and two to be named later. I've always liked the "Secret South" album the best. I guess because it's more "rock" oriented (and resembles Woven Hand a bit).

    25 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • wesleye1

    Thanks for stopping by. Great name! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxP18YhI16w

    23 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • HMSTerror

    Thanks for the add, but beware, I will attempt to communicate with you every so often, haha. You've got great taste in tunes, obviously, as we are high on the compatibility chart.

    21 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • Gorseinonboy

    Not familiar with VoL! Been away in Derbyshire hence the late reply. Just played the Utube link and they're good.....Will play some more from your radio this week.....thanks Vern

    6 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • Gorseinonboy

    Unfortunately couldn't make the Lambchop night on the 1st March and not yet listened to the new stuff. Sounds as though you really like it.............Vern

    4 mars 2012 Répondre
  • Gorseinonboy

    Hi........Yes we seem to have a similar taste in current music......particularly Tindersticks & Lambchop. Looking forward to playing your radio collection.......Vern

    26 fév. 2012 Répondre

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