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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-06 03:54:28 Reply

At 2/6/14 02:59 AM, Makeshift wrote: Anyone here listen to Bombay Bicycle Club? Their new album is like so fucking good ohmygod ohmygod

I really liked 'I Had the Blues but I Shook Them Loose', but none of their other albums really did anything for me. I had no idea they had a new LP out, though. I'll have to give it a listen in a bit along with the EPs I've neglected.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-06 04:41:56 Reply

At 2/6/14 03:54 AM, Oolaph wrote:
At 2/6/14 02:59 AM, Makeshift wrote: Anyone here listen to Bombay Bicycle Club? Their new album is like so fucking good ohmygod ohmygod
I really liked 'I Had the Blues but I Shook Them Loose', but none of their other albums really did anything for me. I had no idea they had a new LP out, though. I'll have to give it a listen in a bit along with the EPs I've neglected.

Not sure what you'll think of the new one. If you really like I Had The Blues, but not the others so much I can't imagine this would grab you. Doesn't hurt to try though.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-06 12:37:40 Reply

Is posting charts still a thing?

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-06 19:25:22 Reply

At 2/6/14 04:41 AM, Makeshift wrote: Not sure what you'll think of the new one. If you really like I Had The Blues, but not the others so much I can't imagine this would grab you. Doesn't hurt to try though.

Definitely didn't grab me. I can barely choose a 'out of 10' score for it because of how uninterested I was. Oh well. Still haven't bothered with the two EPs that came out before 'I Had the Blues', I should do that soon since that'll probably be exactly the style I like from them.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-14 05:36:34 Reply

At 2/6/14 12:37 PM, Innermike wrote: Is posting charts still a thing?

i always like seeing charts from others

here's mine

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-15 21:37:02 Reply

So for a while Ryanson and I have been wanting to do a book club sort of thing, but for albums. We've just been too lazy to actually put in the effort to do it. Since Dr-Worm's "Movie of the Week" idea over in the Cinema Club seems to be working out so well, I thought it would be a good idea to let him do all the work of getting things organised and adapt his idea over here as "Album of the Week". It would hopefully get some fresh discussion in here and hopefully make this place more lively. Is anyone here actually up for participating in this or should we just forget the thing altogether?


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-15 21:43:16 Reply

Avicii isn't quite as good as the numerous times his single has been played on the radio. Progressive House is pretty lame as a sub genre of house music. Hardly notice the progression at all.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-15 23:57:53 Reply

At 2/15/14 09:37 PM, Oolaph wrote: So for a while Ryanson and I have been wanting to do a book club sort of thing, but for albums. We've just been too lazy to actually put in the effort to do it. Since Dr-Worm's "Movie of the Week" idea over in the Cinema Club seems to be working out so well, I thought it would be a good idea to let him do all the work of getting things organised and adapt his idea over here as "Album of the Week". It would hopefully get some fresh discussion in here and hopefully make this place more lively. Is anyone here actually up for participating in this or should we just forget the thing altogether?

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-16 05:15:01 Reply

At 2/15/14 11:57 PM, Ryanson wrote:
BUT YOU KNOW ME I'M DOWN

I'm always down for new music count me in.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-16 05:31:01 Reply

I'm gonna have to listen to some music I don't like aren't I? I'll do it I guess. It's a lot easier than keeping up with that movie of the week thing. I could barely find any of the movies so far.

I made a new account by the way. I didn't like all the music on my last one and also the account name makes me cringe now. I could have just reset my plays, but I wanted to keep the account so I could look back on it sometime... I guess. I'm also starting to use the site again after a year or so, so starting fresh is fun.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-17 17:17:05 Reply

At 2/15/14 09:37 PM, Oolaph wrote: So for a while Ryanson and I have been wanting to do a book club sort of thing, but for albums. We've just been too lazy to actually put in the effort to do it. Since Dr-Worm's "Movie of the Week" idea over in the Cinema Club seems to be working out so well, I thought it would be a good idea to let him do all the work of getting things organised and adapt his idea over here as "Album of the Week". It would hopefully get some fresh discussion in here and hopefully make this place more lively. Is anyone here actually up for participating in this or should we just forget the thing altogether?

Yeah, let's do it. I've always meant to participate in Cinema Club, but I doubt I will feel like watching a movie and writing my thoughts on it very often. Music, however, isn't so tiring. I'm up for organizing it if no one feels like it.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-17 20:07:43 Reply

At 2/17/14 05:17 PM, Sekhem wrote: Yeah, let's do it. I've always meant to participate in Cinema Club, but I doubt I will feel like watching a movie and writing my thoughts on it very often. Music, however, isn't so tiring. I'm up for organizing it if no one feels like it.

Awesome. I figure it'd be best to pretty much just adapt Dr-Worm's system to albums because it's working so well in the Cinema Club.

It would work like this: One person chooses an album for us to listen to over the week, then on the weekend we have wonderful in-depth discussions about it like housewives trying to get away from their families at a book club. Then on Sunday/Monday one of the people that participated in the previous week will be randomly chosen to pick the album, and so on and so forth.

The whole idea of this is to broaden our horizons a bit and listen to stuff that we might not have stumbled upon on our own.
Not every album needs to be incredibly obscure and hard to find, but something that most of us haven't heard before would be much more interesting to talk about than something like Thriller or Rumours. I also really like the idea that each week's album should be from a different decade and genre from the previous one, just to keep things fresh.

I'm not sure how you wanna kick things off, we could type up a list and have everyone sort of vote and pick whichever one sounds the most interesting, or someone could simply volunteer to be the first picker. Both sound perfectly fine to me.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-18 09:10:25 Reply

At 2/17/14 08:07 PM, Oolaph wrote: I'm not sure how you wanna kick things off, we could type up a list and have everyone sort of vote and pick whichever one sounds the most interesting, or someone could simply volunteer to be the first picker.

Might as well type a list up, self nomination feels weird.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-18 10:38:35 Reply

At 2/17/14 09:42 PM, ClockworkSpace wrote: why the fuck did i buy CDs

Because CDs rock

good picks btw
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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-18 15:39:12 Reply

At 2/18/14 02:12 PM, ClockworkSpace wrote:
At 11/4/07 05:32 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote: But what will fuel my superiority complex?
I'm embarrassed to live in the same country as you

Did you just fer real reply to a 7 year old post bruh?

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-20 20:16:19 Reply

Alright, Ryanson and I threw together a quick list of records to get the ball rolling. Go ahead and pick one out of this batch, or if you hate all of them and have a better one in mind, feel free to suggest your own.

1. Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day
2. Thelonious Monk - Monk
3. A Tribe Called Quest - People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm
4. EMA - Past Life Martyred Saints
5. Karmacoda- Eternal

The first choice will be based on what you guys say, and I'll make the final decision this weekend. It will be definite, set in stone -- no backing out.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-20 21:44:20 Reply

Always been interested in trying out A Tribe Called Quest. That's my vote.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-21 22:36:25 Reply

I think i'll throw my vote in for the Thelonious Monk album mainly because it seems like the one I would be least likely to listen to on my own.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-22 00:33:12 Reply

I vote for EMA and Tribe Called Quest

Push comes to shove, have to choose ONLY one, Tribe Called Quest


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-22 13:27:40 Reply

I love tribe (heard the album already), but I wouldn't mind doing this for Thelonious Monk. I don't mind though.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-23 11:57:43 Reply

Tribe and Thelonious were pretty much equal, so I flipped a coin. The winner is...

Thelonious Monk - Monk [1954]

Jazz. Jazzy piano jazz with quintets. Quintets. We're gonna listen to it, we're going to enjoy it or hate it, and then this weekend we'rer gonna discuss it. Oh boy.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-26 10:36:20 Reply

At 2/23/14 11:57 AM, Oolaph wrote: Tribe and Thelonious were pretty much equal, so I flipped a coin. The winner is...

Thelonious Monk - Monk [1954]

Damn, I was gonna vote for Tribe but I guess I'll give this a go.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-28 05:53:34 Reply

Admittedly, I'm not sure why this was the record I chose. When making the list, I was thinking "everyone's heard Brilliant Corners and Straight No Chaser, better pick a lesser known Monk record so it can be something new." But then I remembered that most of you guys don't even listen to jazz in the first place. This one isn't as easily available as some of his other releases, so I apologize if you had trouble or are currently having trouble getting a hold of it. I'll make sure to do my research and see if it's easy to get a hold of next time I choose an album.

So, Thelonious Monk - Monk. It may not be considered a masterpiece of a 'true example of Monk's genius', but I really do enjoy this record and I feel that it's a really good showcase of the unique way that Thelonious played piano. His voicings, rhythms, and runs were like no one else had ever played, and still no one has gotten anywhere close to his style today. Even against the very 'run of the mill' sound of the bands he's playing with here, his unusual style of playing meshes very well and serves as a very good contrast to the group and creates a sound that isn't too out there, but is still enough to keep things interesting at all times. Things that would sound like a mistake or wrong note if anyone else were playing it work so well and really spice up the songs with the way that Thelonious uses them.

The first four tracks were recorded in '54 with Curly Russel, Art Blakey, Frank Foster, and Ray Copeland. One of the standout tracks on this half of the album is definitely Hackensack. The jumpy, but still very groove oriented rhythm of this track really catches your attention. Art Blakey's drumming on this track is fantastic. In the beginning, his grooves are very simple with small rolls to link bits together and allow for the soloists to keep the main attention, but he does an incredible job of livening things up as Monk's solo is coming to a close around the 1:40 mark. The change serves as a turning point for the song and after that, the track keeps building as he does a role to allow Frank Foster to take the stage. The song once again bumps it up as Copeland comes in, and then everyone but Blakey himself drops out and he has a drum solo which creates a very interesting break from the rest of the track which I just love. Then everyone comes back in, more energetic than they were before, run through the hook a few more times, and close on that delicious F7.

Tracks 5, 6, and 7 were recorded 5 months earlier in '53 with Percy Heath, Willie Jones, Julius Watkins, and Sonny Rollins acting as the big name in this session. With only three tracks, one of them being just a second take, this side of the record really takes a backseat to the first four tracks. They're a lot more laid back and 'forgettable' in comparison, but Sonny Rollins throws together some very nice melodies that give the tracks a very pleasant feeling, and Watkins' french horn creates an interesting dynamic as he plays along with the rest of the band. Monk's distinct playing is nice as always and spices things up, but I can't help but feel that this side really pales in comparison to the other quintet's more lively performance.

Now, I'll throw the names of anyone who participates this week into a randomizer and post who chooses next week's album on Sunday night/Monday morning. If you haven't given the album a listen yet, you can listen to most of the tracks on Youtube and it's available on pretty much any public torrent tracker WHICH I DO NOT CONDONE AT ALL OF COURSE.

Here are some quick Youtube links of most of the songs, I'm sure the others are on there too but you'll probably have to do some digging.
1. We See
2. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
3. Locomotive
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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-28 15:24:00 Reply

At 2/28/14 05:53 AM, Oolaph wrote:
Here are some quick Youtube links of most of the songs, I'm sure the others are on there too but you'll probably have to do some digging.
1. We See
2. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
3. Locomotive
5. Let's Call This

shit, the album I downloaded and listened to has this tracklisting:

Liza
April in Paris
Children's Song
(Just One Way to Say) I Love You
Just You, Just Me
Pannonica
Teo

I dunno what album this is but it was still a good listen and the dl said it's caled Monk

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-28 16:00:07 Reply

At 2/28/14 03:24 PM, JaY11 wrote: shit, the album I downloaded and listened to has this tracklisting:

Liza
April in Paris
Children's Song
(Just One Way to Say) I Love You
Just You, Just Me
Pannonica
Teo

I dunno what album this is but it was still a good listen and the dl said it's caled Monk

That's 'Monk.', a record of his from 1964. I tried to put the year of the record in the post to avoid confusion, but I can't blame you for mixing up two records with pretty much identical names. Glad you enjoyed it, though. At the very least you still listened to a Thelonious Monk album, so I'll still count that as participating.


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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-02-28 22:15:53 Reply

I gave the album a couple listens and overall I thought it was definitely more pleasant than I expected. It didn't really stick with me in the way that albums I love do but when I think of Jazz I usually think of morons in berets snapping their fingers and while some dude goes way to hard in the paint on the brass and another dude just goes gadunka dunk on the bass for 20 minutes.

At the very least Monk wasn't that kind of jazz. I dunno why but it reminded me a lot of the opening and ending themes in Monster's Inc. which probably speaks more to the fact that i'm not a jazz man than a reflection on the album itself. I appreciated the lack of 20 minute jazz odysseys and that the album maintained a consistent aesthetic throughout. One thing I really like an album doing is creating an aesthetic and finding ways to build and vary it on it throughout. I didn't really feel like it did much of the latter but there was a definite feel to it and it's one I don't hear very often.

It was a nice album, I don't see myself tuning into it with much regularity in the future but at the very least I don't think i'll be as dismissive of jazz records.

If I was gonna use a totally original, not at all derivative way of qualifying the album i'd say it earned a soft 7 out of ten for me.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-03-02 19:24:19 Reply

Better late than never. I WON'T LET YOU DOWN OOLAPH WHICH IS WHY I'LL MAKE A GIGANTIC REVIEW SONG BY SONG.

Disclaimer: I don't know anything about jazz, feel free to shit on me after you read (or most likely skim) through this review.

1. So I'm listening to it as I'm typing this, Wee See is currently playing.

Seems really enjoyable and happy so far, doesn't sound too "free" and 2deep4u, I guess it's something you could listen to both paying attention and as background music.
I'm especially enjoying the bass, seems like the bassist is just going down a road, playing a neverending riff of some sort, and it must be having a blast playing it. Sounds like the foundation, and a fantastic one at that, of the song.
Drums sound like regular jazz drums, I don't find them too fancy. I know jazz drummers are known for their skill, but ap- wait he's doing some minimalistic something else, it's a bit better than I thought.

2. Onto Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Laid back piano. Sounds comfy. The only thing that prevents me from enjoying this a bit more than We See is the fantastic bass on it.
Trumpets (?) occasionally coming in sound excellent with the piano.
Unfortunately I don't find the drums very remarkable again, even less so than in the previous song.

3. Locomotive

Sounds cool. Different from the fast and complex jazz of We See so far.
Enjoying the shift in drum beats.
Everything else sounds pretty... average I guess.
This is the song I liked the least so far.

4. Hackensack

Back to fun times. Great bass and air instrumentation (:/), that little drum solo in the last minute was fantastic.
Those piano stabs also work really well. You can tell they're having a good time.
Really enjoyable.

5. Let's Call This

Weird as it may be, I guess it sounds slightly romantic. You know, like a jazz lovesong. Something that would fit a posh date.
That new trumpet (?) at 3:00 worked wonders, felt like a breath of fresh air.
Another really enjoyable piece of music.

6. Think of One, Take 2 and Take 1

I guess I expected these to look nearly identical but they sounded nothing alike. I liked Take 1 more than Take 2.
Take 2 felt too cluttered, while 1 felt like it used time better, you know, spaced out the song better, gave it a cleaner feel.
Pretty good too, but none mindblowing.

Overall score: 6.0/10

I probably would rate it higher over time, but this is my first impression. Challenging album for someone who doesn't know about jazz, so nice pick, Oolaph.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-03-02 22:34:49 Reply

At 3/2/14 07:24 PM, Slint wrote: That new trumpet (?) at 3:00 worked wonders, felt like a breath of fresh air.
Another really enjoyable piece of music.

Overall score: 6.0/10

I probably would rate it higher over time, but this is my first impression. Challenging album for someone who doesn't know about jazz, so nice pick, Oolaph.

It's actually a French horn, a pretty interesting choice for a quintet. I think it brings a nice sound to the band, not quite as piercing as a trumpet and gives a nice mellow tone while still getting in that higher register.

Glad you guys liked the album, jazz is my favourite genre by far so it's nice to know you guys won't make fun of me for listening to 'that boring grandpa music'.

Now, I threw the names of the handful of people that participated this week into a randomiser and @Gobblemeister won. All you have to do is pick an album tomorrow, or at least as soon as you can, so we all have time to get a hold of the record and listen to it before next weekend. And remember, ideally the album you pick should be from a different decade and genre than the previous week's.

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-03-03 15:24:04 Reply

Woah I never win anything except Shadow Duels these days...

So I thought about what I wanted to 'share' and I decided on Maxwell's debut album Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite

Hopefully no one has already heard this; it's one of my favorites, so give it a shot!!!

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Response to Last.Fm Club 2014-03-03 19:53:12 Reply

THANKS FOR @ MENTIONING ME YOU DICKS.

Srsly tho, I'm happy that what I set up over on the Cinema Club thread (which you should all check out!) is proving useful for you guys and that you decided to go through with this idea. I'm definitely down to participate so please add me to the @ mentions when new picks are announced.

I know next to none of the technical language of music and I've always been kind of terrible at analyzing music or articulating why I do or don't like certain things, but I guess this is a good opportunity to learn. I do love all kinds of music so it'll be cool to branch out and hear some good new shit.

At 2/15/14 11:57 PM, Ryanson wrote: You totes linked the wrong thing

Heh, funny you should say that because when I checked my PMs just now I realized you actually did try to tell me you guys were starting this, but you accidentally linked me back to the Cinema Club thread instead of here!

At 2/20/14 08:16 PM, Oolaph wrote: Alright, Ryanson and I threw together a quick list of records to get the ball rolling. Go ahead and pick one out of this batch, or if you hate all of them and have a better one in mind, feel free to suggest your own.

Ah dammit I totally would've voted for Vashti Bunyan, I fucking love that album. I don't know which of you two nominated that but if you haven't heard her more recent (well, 2005, but whatever) album Lookaftering it's definitely worth a listen. "Here Before" is up there with her best songs.

At 2/16/14 05:31 AM, Makeshift wrote: I'm gonna have to listen to some music I don't like aren't I? I'll do it I guess. It's a lot easier than keeping up with that movie of the week thing. I could barely find any of the movies so far.

This week's is super easy to find if you have three bucks (and pretty easy to find if you don't) and I linked right to it in the post! And it's only an hour long!

Also if you want to watch the week's film but you're having trouble finding it just send me or that week's picker a PM. Part of the rules are that the picker has to make sure the film is readily available in some form online, so it should never be too hard to find (I've managed to find everything so far so I can help you out if you want).

At 2/17/14 05:17 PM, Sekhem wrote: I've always meant to participate in Cinema Club, but I doubt I will feel like watching a movie and writing my thoughts on it very often. Music, however, isn't so tiring.

Yeah I get that. It'd definitely be cool if you dropped by every once in a while, though, I feel like you have a lot of breadth in terms of the kinds of shit you watch so it'd be interesting to see your thoughts and picks.

Okay sorry I'll stop talking about movies now I promise.


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