Discussion in 'Music Reviews' started by gggvan, Mar 21, 2016.
Actually, I think I like this version better. Watch to the end.
Girl Ray - Stupid Things
odd song, i like it...
Cheyenne Mize - Building
nice ending, ~3:30 in till ending
Fazerdaze - Reel
Chastity Belt - Joke
newish LP from them, they're good musicans/song writers, many good songs. quality band.
Brian Jonestown Massacre like sound..
Heliotropes - Moonlight
The Fall - The Mixer
Stick with the video. The slow beginning just shows how they recorded in a nuclear power plant silo. I haven't heard anything else I like from this well-named band; but this one is a gem.
But this entire page seems to be filled with female-fronted bands. Just to show that males are still making albums:
I kinda like track 8.
yea, i noticed that too. 2 things: women are more honest performers, you get less "fronting", "posing" etc; second, since 2004, they have been an explosion of female voices. When I look at my music library before 2000, taking out jazz, it must be 80 male fronted bands, i think women are making up for lost time. If you have some male fronted bands you think I would like given my posted examples, please post them.
good song, thanks.
Blouse - Imperium
love the phrasing of the chorus in this one, don't know if they're still around?
This isn't their hit, but I'm starting to like it more.
The Marías - I Don't Know You
As a matter of fact, the only thing I can think of at the moment is an oldie in my collection:
But Girl In Trouble is why I bought the album and pretty much the only track I listen to.
there are some, but small relative to men fronted.
Broadcast - Before We Begin
Cool! Reminds me of Robin Ward. (Yes, I am that old)
yes, it does. it's a shame, some good voices that had the unfortunate timing of singing in this style say around mid-late '63 when they were tsunami'd. remember Helen Shapiro?
I honestly DON'T remember. (I am that old, too) I'll have to acquaint or reacquaint myself.
Another group from that era that Broadcast reminds me of is the Murmaids.
Gotta listen to more Broadcast now.
she had a mellow mid/lower range, i think she could have been a fine jazz singer.
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