Give the Drummer Some's
Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere
Under almost any circumstances and conditions, radio is to be exalted—except when some imbecile driver plows into your wife on her bike while fiddling with the freaking dashboard tuner (as happened yesterday evening). If every damn citizen would just let WFMU implant cranial receiver pods like we planned, accidents like this could surely be avoided. Best thing to do is stay safely indoors and just download all the damn day. That's all I've got to say.
Various ~ Sorrow Come Pass Me Around
(Blog: Serpent Spirit)
Seriously Holy Grail
These riveting, heartfelt performances, recorded by ethnomusicologist David Evans in Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana, were released on the Advent label in 1975, then reissued, briefly, by Japan's P-Vine in 1991. [This astounding collection was shared at the late, lamented Holy Warbles in 2010—and the post was linked to here in Motherlode #83. I removed a link to that post due to claims that this OOP record was to be imminently reissued. Two years later, with no reissue in site, download links for Sorrow Come Pass Me Around have popped up at numerous blogs and I feel comfortable acknowledging that fact here.]