It begins at When Nirvana went on tour in and to support the original collection, Endless, Nameless was often their closer and always resulted in trashed instruments and destroyed staging, which would continue during the ill-fated In Utero tour. It was the ultimate blow-off song. In the super deluxe edition, a live version from their Halloween show at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle was included as a properly credited finale on an exclusive bonus CD.
This version clocks in a little over seven and a half minutes. In the original, highly edited broadcast, only a portion of Endless, Nameless was shown.
On September 3,while on tour in Europe just before the release of Nevermind, they recorded another studio version of the song, this one wildly uneven and in its dying breaths, far more annoying, during a John Peel BBC Session.
Clocking in at nearly nine minutes, it was officially released thirteen years later on disc two of the With The Lights Out box set. Yet another version appears on a bootleg appropriately titled Endless Nameless This particular rendition, from another Seattle show, is considerably shorter, running just under five minutes. The extraordinary success of Nevermind it has sold over ten million copies in America alone, not to mention an additional twenty million collectively in the rest of the world meant that many people were exposed to Endless, Nameless.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the year the album came out there were new releases. Six years later, there were Many feature numerous types of uncredited material.
Even today, in this vulnerable digital era, we are still getting more examples. The Wildhearts, a hard rock British band, named their album Endless Nameless.
As for Lithium, once a click track was implemented the day after Endless, Nameless was recorded, Grohl finally got his timing right and the band were able to lay down an excellent backing track. Rolling Stone seemed to agree. It named Endless, Nameless the 60th best Nirvana song. Jive Records had an idea. They had signed a new artist, an ambitious year-old girl from Louisiana. Quickly disinterested in sticking with a girl group called Innosense she briefly joined, she wanted the spotlight all to herself.
Jive was the only label willing to take a chance on her. Her first single, co-written by Max Martin, was a fairly standard but irresistible I-dumped-you-but-I-still-love-you-and-want-you-back pleader and, as it turns out, easily misunderstood. Martin wrote the lyrics in his native Swedish and the English translation came out a little awkward. A lovesick protagonist ultimately wants to know if their ex has similar feelings.
When a demo of the song was presented to TLC, they were appalled. They wrongly thought the chorus advocated violence against women. So they passed. By the time the kid from Louisiana heard it, she knew it was a hit. As her first single was being prepared for release in OctoberJive wanted to add something extra to the CD, an advertisement of sorts for another one of their newest signings. Imajin pronounced Imagine were four Black teens from New York also working on their first professional recordings.
Aged 14 to 16, unlike most pop vocal groups of the era, they were talented old-school musicians who played their own instruments. Jive was getting ready to release the follow-up. Both were scheduled for autumn releases. Although those concerns turned out to be well founded some critics had the same wrongheaded reaction as TLCBritney Spears would go on to have her first massive chart success.
After the conclusion of track two, a rare B-side called Autumn Good-Bye, an Unlisted Audio Track begins with the singer addressing the listener on track three:. Hit it, guys. The full songan uptempo popper about a guy trying to convince a girl he likes to get busy with him without making her feel pressured to do so, runs three and a half minutes.
Scrubs alumnus Donald Faison makes a cameo in the beginning of it as an annoyed, sleep-deprived man. Imajin released their self-titled album on October 26,days after the surprise shoutout on …Baby One More Time. Despite the inclusion of their only hit, Shorty, and the earlier unlisted push from Spears on her single, it failed to make much of an impact. No Doubt is track eight.
After offering a few more tracks to soundtracks, the band backed up Baby DC on a standalone single and released one more of their own. Both flopped as well. Unable to find another breakthrough, Imajin broke up sometime in Her scripted patter is very similar to the earlier mystery track found on her single:. This is Britney Spears and thank you so much for buying and listening to my first album. It means so much to me that you enjoy listening to my songs as much as I love singing them.
Their international self-titled debut first started taking off in Quebec in And there was much anticipation for the follow-up. Eventually entitled Millennium, it would be the most popular record they would ever make. When it fades out, she comes back. Released as the fourth and final single in the spring ofThe One, as it was ultimately called, was not a chart topper. It fared much better in Canada where it entered the Top 5. Viewers were asked to make their own choice LP once Nick Carter called in to give a push to The One, the fanbase followed his lead.
An enormous adult contemporary hit it reached as high as number two in the spring of and stayed on that chart for over a yearthis third single from Millennium was indeed an audience pleaser. It peaked at number six on the Hot It was number one in Canada.
This unlisted clip joins the song in progress at the second mark just as A. Thanks again for supporting me and I hope to see you all at my shows very, very soon. His then-wife Shania Twain sings uncredited back-up on the track, according to Wikipedia. This unlisted snippet fades in as Spears very quietly and unenthusiastically signs off.
Thank God. Interestingly, this was not the first time Jive secretly offered fans an early taste of Millennium. A year later, the song was rereleased. According to discogs. The DVD came out two years later. The seventh and final track features a much longer trailer for the same three songs Spears introduces a few months later on …Baby One More Time in the exact same order but with longer running times.
This uncredited preview runs almost four and a half minutes. Kevin: Hold up! Howie: Yep. The song fades out at pretty much the exact same point as it does on the …Baby One More Time album, just as Carter finishes singing the first line of the second verse, wrapping up the mystery sneak peek at So, just to recap, for half a year, there were three separate mystery tracks promoting an album that would go on to become one of the biggest of the decade.
If only Imajin had this much institutional muscle behind them. But, then again, young attention spans can be fleeting. Jive Records were clearly not taking any chances. These mystery ads ultimately paid off enormously. She was 7 in In turn, they were big fans of hers. Each member has their own favourite Spears song.
Tellingly, none of them picked …Baby One More Time, a song the group rejected as a possible recording of their own for Millennium. Regardless, if you buy a new copy today, the mystery track is not on there. Good luck finding a used edition. It took me years and two purchases to finally snag one with the Millennium preview.
No Strings Attached would sell over two million its first week. Adele has the current record with over three million. On that same chart, …Baby One More Time had actually moved up from number six to number three after almost 20 weeks in release.
Both albums would remain in the Top 10 for much of the rest of the year. This unusual approach, to an undetermined extent, had finally worked. Inboth started lucrative residencies in Las Vegas. Spears was scheduled to return for a second run in early but real life has gotten in the way. We know that. In the late s, Thom Yorke started attending classes at Exeter University.
It was a challenging period for him. Feeling very out of place in an extremely privileged institution, despite making friends and enjoying a side gig as a DJ he still felt very self-conscious and isolated at times. In his childhood, several surgeries were performed to try to get it moving normally it was paralyzed from birth but the ultimate result was not only a drooping effect that gave Yorke a distinguished look that he decided to stick with, he now had limited vision.
He had already been bullied about it for years. At Exeter, Yorke developed a massive crush on a fellow student. While it was happening he started writing lyrics for a potential song:. It lasted about eight months. And it was unsuccessful, which made it even worse. She knows who she is. Did he ask her out and she said no? Did she say yes and lived to regret it?
Did he ask more than once, getting firmly rejected every time? Or was he too shy to make a move but so obvious about his feelings that even she knew what he was up to and kept her distance?
A few months later, in another edition of the NMEYorke regretted ever admitting the song was autobiographical:. The eventual recording of Creep is one of those extraordinary accidents a good fiction writer could never invent. He was trying to be obnoxious during one session of recording the Pablo Honey album.
Testing everything out, he banged the strings a couple of times, producing a couple of very noisy crunches before he began to play the buzzsaw chords of the chorus. He figured that if he made enough noise, the rest of the group would take the hint and dump the song. At the very least, he could make things rock a bit. Unintentionally, Greenwood had actually improved the song. His interrupting guitar attacks gave Creep an added intensity it had been seriously lacking and it also provided a clever transition from the verses to the choruses.
It was the Smells Like Teen Spirit moment the band had been striving for. But there was a problem. This would ultimately result much later on in a rather amicable settlement with Albert Hammond and Mike Hazelwood, the writers of the earlier track, after their publisher sued Radiohead. They now earn royalties from the song. Creep would make its official debut in the UK on September 21, The reception to it was not positive.
Although there was some support for it in the music weeklies, most critics were dismissive and the buying public mostly ignored it. It barely entered the Top Still determined to keep on progressing, the band moved forward continuing to put together their first album. The reaction this time was very different. To show their appreciation and their ignorance for the illegal occupation of Indigenous PalestiniansRadiohead started playing shows there and made a couple of local TV appearances. They would unapologetically return in dishonouring the BDS campaign.
When they arrived, they were mobbed by highly excitable fans. When they returned to the UK, it was back to obscurity.
Within weeks it was an underground rage up and down the California coast. Not long after the original recording of Creep, Radiohead had another issue to resolve. So Yorke made a last-minute change that would unexpectedly break them in North America:. I can sing that without feeling a twat. We know we have.
Indeed, when Creep was made available as a CD single, only the uncensored album cut was included. Other stations would soon add it to their own playlists. The radio version provided the soundtrack. The album went Gold in September and has since been certified Platinum. Meanwhile, Radiohead was resistant to re-releasing the To A Husband At War - I Hate Myself - Eleven Songs (A.K.A.
10 Songs) (Vinyl in the UK. In the end, EMI got its way. This time, Creep entered the Top They were no longer anonymous in their own country. When Pablo Honey debuted in Februarythis safe for work mix was not included on early pressings of the album. But eventually it would be, just only on later North American editions. However, when the album was reissued with a bonus disc of non-album B-sides and rarities inthe radio version was removed from disc one.
Two other versions of the song, an acoustic take and a BBC radio session from Juneappear on disc two. How can it not be? That said, the radio mix is easily one of the best mystery tracks of all time. Interestingly, while the hook of the album cut begins immediately, on the unlisted radio mix, drummer Phil Selway hits his sticks as a count-in before To A Husband At War - I Hate Myself - Eleven Songs (A.K.A.
10 Songs) (Vinyl band plays. This means this version runs a few seconds longer. Everything else is exactly the same. At the start of the song, he puts her on a pedestal. Creep would be played on every date of the Pablo Honey tour for two years but all five members of Radiohead grew to resent its crossover success. Be careful what you wish for.
First of all, there were deep worries about it being their only hit. It messed me up good and proper. In that same NYT interview, Yorke bemoaned having to constantly answer press inquiries about the song, especially the ones about whether his parents screwed him up beyond repair:.
The internal resentment was so intense the band for years would not refer to it by name. Inthey released My Iron Lung, a deliberately sarcastic response to Creep. The humour was lost overseas. Despite endless requests for Creep during live shows, the band pulled it from the setlist for the rest of the decade.
Sincethey have only played it on rare occasionsevery eight or nine years or so. Thanks to all the brilliant, commercially successful albums they had released in the decades after it put them over, they could finally stop being so uptight about it. The song was covered once by Prince during his appearance at Coachella, although he reversed the pronouns of the characters and extended the running time to almost ten minutes.
Macy Gray did her own rendition for her album Covered, as did Carrie Manolakos whose live rendition in became an Internet sensation, as reported by The New Yorker. They wanted to collect all her royalties, she claimed. The band had already left the label in to pursue more profitable distribution options. As for the Exeter student Yorke once pined for, the unknown subject of his breakthrough song, in he was long over her and believed she had moved on, too:.
She never gave a shit. I want to know which of the original P-Funsters are playing here. Anyone who has ever been to Austin's Continental Club knows it's a pretty small place. No, the picture here isn't the Continental. I took this at the Lollapalooza in Denver. This was back when most of America -- myself included -- was unaware of Sonic Youth, a couple of years before Daydream Nation woke up to them.
In fact this was right about the time of their album Album). They're grating and noisy, a little scary and driven. And of course "Expressway to Yr Skull" is pure majesty.
What would we have done without them? I loved his album Birthrightbut this new one is even more exciting. Ulmer's main strength is that he captures the mysteriousness of the blues. Even when the band is rocking, you can imagine Ulmer in a graveyard, sitting on a tombstone playing his guitar and shouting melodies that double as secret incantations and dark warnings. There's political commentary and then there's political commentary! I first heard The Dick Nixons about 10 years ago on the Star Power compilation, a tongue-in-cheek celebration of those '70s K-Tell compilations advertised on late night T.
There's lots more Nixon songs on this CD, released in the early '90s when their hero was still alive. But what convinced me to download this wasn't the hilarious cargo-cult-like glorification of the disgraced 37th President.
It was even the fact that the album was produced by Memphis wizard Jim Dickinson. Back in my Dr. Riley, of course is considered a father of minimlism. This collaboration with Bang on a Can on one of his his influential compositions could be considered minimalism to the max.
You've got a violin, mandolin, woodwinds, glockenspiel, cello, marimba and who knows what else, all playing off the note of C -- more more than 45 minutes.
It's mediatative without a trace of New Age mush, almost robotic in its pulsating rhythms, yet with undeniable soul. This is a single released from an upcoming album called Healing the Divide, a benefit for an organization that provides healtcare and insurance for impoverished Tibetan monks.
This is an inspiration little song that Waits wrote for Solomon Burke a few years ago. Unlike some Kronos collaborations, the Quartet doesn't overwhelm Waits. In fact, you barely know they're there. Labels: emusic. I won't be here that week but wanted to commemorate his 95th birthday. Two of these, Big Al Anderson and Terry Allenhave dandy new albums that ought to make Santa Feans proud to live in the same city and inspire local listeners to pressure both of them to play some gigs here.
Anderson — who has a house in Santa Fe as well as a home in Nashville — is best known for his 22 years as the lead guitarist and sometimes singer for NRBQ. That aptly named album was a showcase for his mellower, prettier, jazzier side. The new one, however, is mainly Balls-out sorry roadhouse rock. There are some quieter tunes too. This CD is available only at Al's Web site. The title is a little misleading. His music basically is good old country rock.
He tells hilarious though usually poignant stories about characters mainly from the Southwest. Probably most of the songs here would be mandatory choices for an Allen best-of. Good news. Here is a review I wrote on it last year. Here's Robert's Web site. Joan was rocking! I hope Joan was out of there before she had to hear it.
Before Joan hit the stage, Mayor Marty Chavez came out and played guitar with the band Redline 7, All these tunes have near identical chord patterns. I don't think Ms. Jett will be calling soon to ask Marty to join The Blackhearts. But it was pretty cool that the mayor was rocking. Bush in Our congressional delegation is Republican by a margin, but our state government basically is run by Democrats — for more than 70 years, the state GOP has always reminded us every time a prominent Democrat is indicted.
However Media Matters — a Washington D. Gov Throws Sombrero Into Ring. Constitution saying that no state can allow two men to marry each other or two women to marry each other. The number of New Mexico residents interviewed varied greatly in each question, as did the margins of error, which ranged from 8 to 9 percent on the health care questions to 4. Still, some of these numbers might deserve a second look. Akon, Snoop Dogg and T. Day Dreaming Drama ft.
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C SIDE 1. Stay The Night 2. Nuclear Family 3. Stray Heart 4. Rusty James 5. A Little Boy named Train. D SIDE 1. Baby Eyes 2. Makeiout Party 3. Oh Love 4. Missing You 5. Lou Reed Lou Reed 2. Jeff Starship Superhero Non-album track. All LPs are in their individual original sleeves packaged in a wide spine outer sleeve with new artwork from Jad Fair and booklet with liner notes by Jad and David. Contains a download code.
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Nicole Told Me 9. Acupuncture I Have a Secret House of Voodoo Ball and Chain. Pxr 5 3. As a musician, Ice-T played a major role in the creation of the gangsta incarnation of hip-hop music and was a colossus of the West Coast hip-hop scene, despite his East Coast, greater New York, origins.
Though his music displays a political consciousness, like the indictments of racism that were a hallmark of seminal hip-hop group Public Enemy, it also is nihilistic as befits a chronicler of street life. The charismatic Ice-T has also achieved success as an actor in movies and on TV. POWER 5. Although the city never produced a group as big as the Beatles, it was a seething cauldron of musical activity and home to literally hundreds of groups whose activities and memberships were in a constant state of ferment, yielding acts such as the Move, the Moody Blues, and the Electric Light Orchestra, whose influences extended well into the s and beyond.
Skeleton and the Roundabout 2. Happy Birthday 3. Birthday 4. I Like My Toys 5. Morning Sunshine 6. Follow Me, Follow 7. Sitting in My Tree. On With The Show 2. Lucky Man 3. Ward 4. Pie in the Sky 5. End of the Road. The Inca Babies take to vinyl again, and this time from the urban Mancunian sound-scape comes a one-chord slab of pure pounding deathrock punk-blues. The Incas re-discover their primal rock instinct, slamming the accelerator down on a searing riff and sticking with it until the rubber is shredded from the tires.
The track has become an explosive finale to their live shows, honed on their UK and European tour of Flipping to the other side of the vinyl finds a choice collection of tracks both old and new. It will also be available as a digital download. These are the people I want to make great music for! For me making music is the easy part, dealing with people at major labels — that was always hard.
I never understood the value my music might have to others — I credit Jeff Buckley with making me see that. It was a light bulb moment for me, that I too was doing this for my fans.
So why the return to the music scene now? I also have a new band — they are young, talented and full of enthusiasm! As a teenager and young adult I was trapped in a self-medicating addiction, as a form of protection against physical and verbal abuse and constantly being around alcoholism.
This song is the sound of me walking through fire. Snowflake B. Hate in my Heart. Ill-Starred Sun 2. Song Of The Storm 3. Madeia 4. Dying Chant 5. The Elder 6. Black Waters 7. Shades Of Deep Green 8. The Bitter End 9. Journey Unknown In The Halls Of Awaiting. Nocturne 2. Daughter Of The Moon 4. The Moment Of Reckoning 5. Bereavement 6. Under The Plaintive Sky 7. Resonance 8.
Death Walked The Earth 9. Disengagement Closing Words Songs Of The Forlorn Son. The Gale 2. Mortal Share 3. Drawn To Black 4. Change Of Heart 5. At The Gates Of Sleep 6. The Killjoy 7. Last Statement 8. Devoid Of Caring 9. In The Groves Of Death. LP 4 — Across The Dark 1. Equivalence 2. Down With The Sun 3. Where The Last Wave Broke 4. The Harrowing Years 5. Against The Stream 6. The Lay Of Autumn 7. Into The Woods 8. Weighted Down With Sorrow. The vinyl reissue will be a limited edition available for Record Store Day on 19 April.
The CD gets a standard release and will be expanded to cater for the four tracks that make up the Cow EP. Keep The Circle Around 2.
Seeds Of Doubt 3. Joe 4. Causeway 5. Inside My Head. Theme From Cow 3. Butterfly 4. Garage Full Of Flowers 6. Head For The Sun 2. Whiskey 4. The reissue comes pressed on special edition blue vinyl and included a DVD of their joint concert in The short-player has been remastered at Abbey Road, coming via Rhino on 19 April. You can check out the new artwork above, tracklist below and find the full list of Record Store Day releases here. Limited edition of 4, copies. Psychedelic pop from the late 60s UK scene by July — of the tighter, hook-laden variety — with big catchy melodies, buzzing guitars and heavy drums on the bottom end!
My Clown 2. Dandelion Seeds 3. Jolly Mary 4. Hallo To Me 5. You Missed It All 6. To Be Free 2. Move On Sweet Flower 3. Crying Is For Writers 4. I See 5. Friendly Man 6. Bird Lived. Immersing himself in the anti-war movement — always a strong theme in his writings — he To A Husband At War - I Hate Myself - Eleven Songs (A.K.A. 10 Songs) (Vinyl working the LA scene as a poet and performer, appearing at legendary venues such as The Troubador.
At the time, Kalinich was studying and working at a petrol station for a living, but despite their different lifestyles, he instantly hit it off with Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson.
Over the course of a single night, Kalinich and Wilson co-produced A World Of Peace Must Come, an album of poetry backed by sparse harmonies and ethereal wisps of instrumentation played by Brian and his then-wife Marilyn Wilson.
These were strange times in LA. Later, as the tapes went missing, it looked set to remain a lost relic — and many Brian Wilson experts refused to believe it ever existed. Almost 40 years later and nearly 20 years after those tapes finally materialisedthe album has finally found a place to call home. The finished album will be presented in a beautiful digipack, with liner notes incorporating the full poems, archive photos, and notes by Beach Boys archivist Alan Boyd. For the first time, this truly timeless snapshot of an era and an ethos will be available internationally.
Candy Face Lane 3. The Magic Hand 6. Lonely Man 7. Be Still 8. Walk Along With Love 9. If You Knew America I Know You Louis Bass. Liberty Belle 2.
Money Shot 3. Sweetheart 4. Blue Valient with Carina Round 5. Emit Time 6. Babydoll 2. Asstroglide 3. No Thing 4. All'arrivo del Medioevocirca mezzo millennio dopo, i codici - di foggia e costruzione in tutto simili al libro moderno - rimpiazzarono il rotolo e furono composti principalmente di pergamena.
Quattro son troppi? Anche nei suoi distici, Marziale continua a citare il codex: un anno prima del suddetto, una raccolta di distici viene pubblicata con lo scopo di accompagnare donativi.
Questa mole composta da numerosi fogli contiene quindici libri poetici del Nasone». Dal II secolo a. Nel mondo antico non godette di molta fortuna a causa del prezzo elevato rispetto a quello del papiro.
Il libro in forma di rotolo consisteva in fogli preparati da fibre di papiro phylire disposte in uno strato orizzontale lo strato che poi Album) la scrittura sovrapposto ad uno strato verticale la faccia opposta. La scrittura era effettuata su colonne, generalmente sul lato del papiro che presentava le fibre orizzontali.
Non si hanno molte testimonianze sui rotoli di pergamena tuttavia la loro forma era simile a quella dei libri in papiro. Gli inchiostri neri utilizzati erano a base di nerofumo e gomma arabica.
Dal II secolo d. La vecchia forma libraria a rotolo scompare in ambito librario. In forma notevolmente differente permane invece in ambito archivistico. Questo mezzo, permettendo l'accelerazione della produzione delle copie di testi contribuisce alla diffusione del libro e della cultura.
Altri suoi distici rivelano che tra i regali fatti da Marziale c'erano copie di Virgiliodi Cicerone e Livio. Le parole di Marziale danno la distinta impressione che tali edizioni fossero qualcosa di recentemente introdotto. Sono stati rinvenuti "taccuini" contenenti fino a dieci tavolette. Nel tempo, furono anche disponibili modelli di lusso fatti con tavolette di avorio invece che di legno.
Ai romani va il merito di aver compiuto questo passo essenziale, e devono averlo fatto alcuni decenni prima della fine del I secolo d. Il grande vantaggio che offrivano rispetto ai rolli era la capienza, vantaggio che sorgeva dal fatto che la facciata esterna del rotolo era lasciata in bianco, vuota. Il codice invece aveva scritte entrambe le facciate di ogni pagina, come in un libro moderno.
La prima pagina porta il volto del poeta. I codici di cui parlava erano fatti di pergamena ; nei distici che accompagnavano il regalo di una copia di Omeroper esempio, Marziale la descrive come fatta di "cuoio con molte pieghe". Ma copie erano anche fatte di fogli di papiro. Quando i greci ed i romani disponevano solo del rotolo per scrivere libri, si preferiva usare il papiro piuttosto che la pergamena.
I ritrovamenti egiziani ci permettono di tracciare il graduale rimpiazzo del rotolo da parte del codice. Fece la sua comparsa in Egitto non molto dopo il tempo di Marziale, nel II secolo d. Il suo debutto fu modesto. A tutt'oggi sono stati rinvenuti 1. Verso il d. I ritrovamenti egiziani gettano luce anche sulla transizione del codex dal papiro alla pergamena.
Sebbene gli undici codici della Bibbia datati in quel secolo fossero papiracei, esistono circa 18 codici dello stesso secolo con scritti pagani e quattro di questi sono in pergamena.
Non ne scegliemmo alcuno, ma ne raccogliemmo altri otto per i quali gli diedi dracme in conto. Il codex tanto apprezzato da Marziale aveva quindi fatto molta strada da Roma. Nel terzo secolo, quando tali codici divennero alquanto diffusi, quelli di pergamena iniziarono ad essere popolari.
In breve, anche in Egittola fonte mondiale del papiroil codice di pergamena occupava una notevole quota di mercato. Sono tutti di pergamena, edizioni eleganti, scritti in elaborata calligrafia su sottili fogli di pergamena.
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