I had King Missile songs that weren't that song. Whole albums worth.
How are the Thermals live?
And Patrick as well.
Been listenin' to the Velvet Underground on repeat for the past few days, I somehow forgot how fucking great of a band they were.
Here is some more GREAT Mike Patton stuff.
Secret Chiefs 3 is Trey Spruance project.He is the guitarist from Mr. Bungle and FNM best album King for a day.....Loser for a Lifetime.This features Mike Patton and they are covering a old Scott Walker song.
Here is Doomjazz band, Bohren & Der Club Of Gore covering a 1982 german heavy metal band named Warlock song called "Catch my Heart" with Mike Patton doing vocals.
Here's is something that Faith No More did that did more than just have an amazing perform and just open a door to another very great band called Sparks.
Former member of Cloroform,Kaada, who has a great solo album called "Thank You for Giving Me Your Valuable Time " collaborates with Mike Patton for Kaada/Patton project.
This is Crudo a Mike Patton and Dan the Automator collaborative and rare performance
This is a whole preformance of Fantomas + Melvins big band.I feel like it's kinda of a ass of a thing to do when trying pick out short things for you to enjoy but this just outstanding performance.Also there is a hilarous comment on youtube.Thank god for the subtitles - so I can sing along
... with Cthluhu.
I'll have to listen to that. The only Grateful Dead I've ever listened to is American Beauty, and I like that album a lot.
2/13/16 - Black Sabbath @ Mandalay Bay Events Center 2/25/16 - Carly Rae Jepson @ Fonda 3/18/16 - Clint Mansell @ Theater at Ace Hotel //
3/19/16 - Blanck Mass @ Resident // 3/25/16 - Joanna Newsom @ Orpheum // 3/26/16 - Greg Dulli @ Teragram Ballroom //4/7/16- Basement/Turnstile/Defeater/Colleen Green @ Echoplex
4/13/16 - Underworld @ Fox Theater // 5/7/16 - Napalm Death/Melvins/Melt Banana @ Troubadour // 6/1/16 - At The Drive In @ Palladium
Pretty sure I'm about to seem a whole lot cooler to you people. Quick, ingratiate yourselves now before I become head cheerleader.
One time my mother and I were sleeping in a Dead show parking lot and awoke to find our tent slit violently down the middle by somebody who thought we were the drug dealer with a near identical tent sleeping in a near identical parking lot. He intended to rob us of our drugs and money before learning that we were a mother and child with very little cash and only our rightful share of drugs. Oh, childhood.
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I have to the come conclusion that "Ahmed's Wild Dream" is the best live album ever.
I saw The Mountain Goats when they recently played the Fillmore. It was the day of Sandy Hook, so JD played lullabies that he usually sings to his kid; one was "Ripple."
Also, after that Mountain Goats show, we lined up for autographs and I made a snarky comment about being the token person of color at his shows. His response was pretty amazing. Wish I could remember what he said verbatim, oh well.
JD is amazing.
Feb 5th - Phill Niblock at Human Resources
Feb 13th - Black Sabbath at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
March 5th - Kaki King at LACMA
March 22nd - Lust for Youth at the Teragram Ballroom
May 7th - Melvins at the Troubadour
1/15 - Erykah Badu - Brooklyn Bowl - LV
1/30 - Julia Holter - Terragram Ballroom - LA
3/4-3/6 - Singapore Jazz Fest - Marina Bay Sands - SG
On top of what was already mentioned, I think these are my favorites:
Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live, 1966: The Royal Albert Hall Concert
Talking Heads: Stop Making Sense
Jimi Hendrix: Live at Monterey
Miles Davis: Live at the Fillmore East
Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Live Rust
Queen: Live at Wembley Stadium