Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Most listened albums on June'09

The Dovers : We are not just anybody
Cult 60's California garage band. I'm addicted to his song "She's gone" (also to Ariel Pink's version of that same song!).
10jun09_TheDovers

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Los Chichos : Ni más ni menos
Los Reyes de la Rumba!!
10jun09_LosChichos

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The Dukes of Stratosphear : 25 O'Clock (Enhanced version!!)
XTC on the eighties created The Dukes of Stratosphear as a 60s garage music homage. The sound of this record is amazing.
10jun09_DukesOfStratosphear

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The Who : sings My Generation
How I love this band... So talented all of them! Worth watching a recent documentary about them.
10jun09_TheWhoMyGeneration

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The High Llamas : Veckatimest
Sean O'Hagan's baroque-indie-soul-pop records are so beautiful for summer nights...
10jun09_HighLlamas-Hawaii10jun09_HighLlamas-CanCladders

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Ariel Pink : House Arrest
Can't stop listening to Ariel Pink's music.
10jun09_ArielPinkHouseArrest

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VVAA : Blue Byrds Over The Canyon. Southern California’s Folk-Rock UnScene (1965-71).
Amazing compilation that you can download here.
10jun09_Blue-Byrds-Over-The-Canyon

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The Brazda Brothers : The Brazda Brothers
Beautiful 70s psych folk record.
10jun09_The Brazda Brothers

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Deerhunter : Rainwater Cassette Exchange
New EP by Deerhunter! Yay! Pop, experimental and psychedelic.
10jun09_Deerhunter-rainwater

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David Lynch : Catching the Big Fish. Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity.
(Yes, this is an audiobook instead of a music record)
Love the way
David Lynch speaks. He's one of my favourite human beings and I consider this is an awe-inspiring book.
Recommended for anyone wanting to scuba dive into the depths of true creativity and awareness.
10jun09_DavidLynch

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