Tag: Thurston Moore

CHRIS BROKAW – Song For Ewe

“— In 2017 I started going to see this band in Boston called Possum. They’re a folk/country band with several members; they’re one of those very few bands (like the Mekons or Queens of The Stone Age circa 2004) (neither of whom they resemble) who have several great lead singers. Possum has 5 excellent singers, all quite different from one another, so I’d describe them as ‘endlessly entertaining’.”

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THURSTON MOORE – Song For Ewe

“It is an incredible piece of music with Tapscott’s piano and Arthur Blythe’s saxophone raising the roof. Tapscott wouldn’t record again until 1978 when he began to release a score of LPs on independent labels. A song about rising consciousness in a state of political disenfranchisement – as necessary today 2020 as it was in 1969, if not more so”

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CAN “THE SINGLES” REVIEW – HOLGER CZUKAY RIP

“With the help of legendary TV producer and magazine collector/curator James Hyman, we came up with the madcap plan of filming the already veteran Holger frantically doing links to videos above the car noise on a tiny traffic island in the middle of Hawley Crescent while being mildly bibbed and heckled. It kind of worked!”

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