Listen! Josh Tillman a.k.a. Father John Misty covering Cat Stevens’ ‘Trouble,’ which was recorded for “Once I Was: The Hal Ashby Story” soundtrack, and the song was originally appeared on Ashby’s film “Harold & Maude” (1971).
via My Old Kentucky, via Aquarium Drunkard
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Calvin Love started a punk band in the northern Canadian city of Edmonton at the age of thirteen. After the early years, he left town and has been on the road for the last five years touring dive bars and clubs throughout the US, playing in various bands in and out of Los Angeles. “New Radar” is his debut release via Aquarium Drunkard’s label, Autumn Tone Records.
released 06 November 2012
“Calvin’s interests lie in photography, aesthetics, the paranormal, technological adaptations, pirates, zombie apocalypse, Jarmusch, strange states, dancing girls, sleepless nights, D.I.Y., Iggy, Bowie, tombs, hitchhiking, black & white, and the space-time continuum…” –Autumn Tone Records
Calvin Love – Magic Hearts
The Henry Clay People – Glory (Television cover)
Foreign Born – Days (Television cover)
Both tracks are taken from the Aquarium Drunkard blog’s annual digital cover compilation “L’Aventure” of Television’s 1978 album, following up to last year’s “RAM On L.A.” compilation.
01. Glory – The Henry Clay People
02. Days – Foreign Born
03. Foxhole – The Happy Hollows
04. Careful – Local Natives
05. Carried Away – The Deadly Syndrome
06. The Fire – Imaad Wasif (featuring Lykke Li)
07. Ain’t That Nothin’ – Dirt Dress
08. The Dream’s Dream – Growlers