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  • jseedman

    Thanks for the add. Great list of music you have. If you like Fito Páez, you might like Austria - http://www.last.fm/music/Austria.Fit

    18 sept. 2012 Répondre
  • PhilJames

    I just found I Kristin Hersh's music thanks to you, and there's plenty more to explore in your library...so I'll add you as a friend.

    29 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • alvareo

    Thank you.

    14 mars 2009 Répondre
  • alvareo

    You're welcome. Well, I still haven't done that "campaign" because right now I'm doing the Jóga/Joga one. My previous campaign was to make "tríó" a valid artist, since it was redirecting to the wrong "tríó" one.

    14 mars 2009 Répondre
  • alvareo

    Haha, I knew you wouldn't answer.

    14 mars 2009 Répondre
  • alvareo

    Ahem, according to your post "Really, the capital "T" in trio makes this an incorrect tag. Unbelievable.", I must answer: Um, that's not the difference, there aren't different pages for different artist capitalisations. Look more closely, there's an accent in the i. " í " is different than " i ".

    8 mars 2009 Répondre
  • DallyDevita

    pleased to have met your cyber-acquaintance!!! Luv from Texas

    30 oct. 2008 Répondre
  • Tsauro

    Hi, I just discovered Juliana Hatfield thru her new album (which I love). I see that you listen to all her music. If I was to purchase a 2nd recording what would you suggest? Also, I see that you get to see Joan Osborne next month. Now I am jealous. Her new recording is absolutely wonderful!

    21 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Well, I think you get extra bonus points at least for including Harvest Moon along with Live Rust, etc. By hitting two different decades, you have removed yourself from poseur status! Really, he has such a big discography! I find myself returning to Live Rust and Harvest Moon again and again, although, in addition to lots of albums from the Harvest/After the Goldrush days (and Decade-- which REALLY needs to be remastered), I have Ragged Glory, Prairie Wind, Zuma, etc. as well. They are releasing some wonderful live NY albums from the archives now-- Live at Massey Hall is an excellent acoustic concert from 1971, and there also is a great concert with Crazy Horse from the Fillmore East. I still have gaps in my NY collection, though-- too many artists, too little time!

    13 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Yes, I agree entirely with you-- it seems like a dream lineup, and I really want to see NY. Do you have Chrome Dreams? It's good, IMO. I saw that Everest is also opening for a few dates as well. I have their album-- have liked what I have heard so far. (I was just amused at thinking of JT having to scale down Wilco's set to an hour or so!)

    11 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    OK, truly was living under a rock-- just saw that Wilco is opening for Neil Young. Duh.... I saw about NY's concert on a site that did not list his opening act... Well, this decides it-- in spite of the horrors of the Spectrum, I need to go! (Hard to imagine Wilco scaling back enough to be an opening act...)

    11 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Oooh-- Wilco?!?! I have been living under a rock, apparently-- didn't even know they were coming around-- need to look into that. Yes, the Spectrum is a sad place to see a concert. The last concert I saw there was Dylan, with The Raconteurs opening in 2006, I think. The concert was great-- but it was so frustrating to be so far back from the stage-- was on the first level, but still... I will admit, though, that The Spectrum always seemed like a better place to watch hockey than the Wachovia Center- like watching hockey played in some sterile bank.... :( Oh, I would never have had the nerve to ask JH about the retirement rumors either.... :)

    11 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    I was going to ask how the concert was! Thanks so much for the descriptions-- sounded just like some other concerts I have seen there. World Cafe Live has great acoustics, but the dinner club-esque layout isn't exactly conducive to typical rock concert behavior. And you are right about many Philly audiences-- I think of the Philly indie rock stance as a crowd of people standing, arms crossed, nodding to the music occasionally! Any word at all from JH re. whether she is retiring from music? And yes, I am excited about Neil Young coming to Philly-- playing on December 12-- in the Spectrum, supposedly, so not exactly an intimate venue, but I am looking forward to seeing him live--just hope the date is open for me, since December sometimes gets dicey. Are you thinking of going? Have you seen him live before? I never have... feel like it's a failing on my part!

    11 sept. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    No problem re. your listening to my library-- someday I'm sure you'll catch me listening to yours! (One of the perks of lastfm after all.) If you ever want anything you hear, just let me know. Thanks for the additional info. Lucinda Williams and Rosanne Cash are among my favorites (note I have a lot of favorites!), so I will definitely check out EJ- -and plan to pick up JH as well.

    26 août 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    It sounds like the Folk Festival was great-- it has been years since I went. I'll need to check out the groups that caught your eye. What's the name of the gypsy-klezmer group? I haven't heard Juliana Hatfield's latest album yet. Have you? How is it? keep me posted on what you hear re. whether she is retiring from music-- that would be sad. Have you seen her live before?

    26 août 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Hey there-- I haven't checked in in a while. How are you doing? Any albums catching your eye-- or ear, rather-- right now?

    24 août 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Yes, Cocteau Twins probably a better idea than Lucinda Williams, which I am playing now-- I don't think of LW as relaxing, as wonderful as she is. And I just got CT's BBC Sessions a few days ago... Hmmmm. I laughed at the repeat issue again-- all kinds of odd things happening with playlists these days, it seems-- they either don't play all of a song, or they play one song over and over again-- either feast or famine! Well, off to settle down the cats... :)

    24 jui. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    You'll be fine-- sight lines are fine from the floor, you just don't want to get pushed too far to the right. And if the conditions seem favorable, you can always start a mosh pit! (Extra bonus points if you do it while still maintaining the Philly indie rock stance.) Everything OK here re. the cats-- one is convinced the other gets fed more that he does (she just eats more slowly), so he sometimes acts out at night. The only thing hurt is their pride, I think. (Had to stick the instigator in time out--so he would lose his train of thought--he was bewildered as usual when I finally let him out. :) ) (I do tend to anthropomorphize them-- can't help it.)

    24 jui. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Oh dear-- I have taken over your shoutbox again. Hate to say that I didn't listen to Black Country Woman yet-- was diverted by a cat fight (best not to ask), and by the time I had broken it up, was firmly in a White Stripes mood. It is a great song from a great album-- will give it a careful listen! :)

    24 jui. 2008 Répondre
  • by_starla

    Yes, I have gone to the Electric Factory before, for a few different concerts. A lot depends on the crowd. The crowd for the NP should be similar to those for Spoon & The Black Keys (2 different concerts). It really wasn't that bad. I like standing for concerts, and the crowds were not exactly moshing, or even pogoing-- they were instead standing in true Philly indie rock fan style-- lots of crossed arms, but nodding heads to show they were paying attention. BTW, if you don't care about being on the floor, there is an upstairs balcony area. There's a bar, so be sure you have your ID with you & get there early if you want to sit there-- but there are stools right up against the railing. In some places the sight lines apparently are pretty good, but in others, the speakers are in the way (another reason to get there early if you want to sit). NP should be a great concert! So many good concerts coming up in the upcoming months-- I'm having problems choosing! cont-d.. (I'm longwinded)

    24 jui. 2008 Répondre
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