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“Janet”… Janet Jackson covers album featuring 16 artists is available via Tin Angel Records.  

“The project has been 7 years in the making and is the brainchild of our good friend Jan Lankisch. After hearing Janet’s music for the first time in 1989 he instantly became a fan. ‘It blew my mind’ he says ‘you could call it a first-love experience.’ The idea came to realisation in 2008 after meeting the band Dirty Projectors. They spoke about The Jacksons and Jan mentioned how he’d always preferred Janet’s records to Michael’s, and that it would be fun to pay tribute to her.”





01. Deradoorian – Pleasure Principle
02. Karl Blau – Rock With U
03. Dreaming and Delicious – All For You
04. Nicholas Krgovich – He Doesn’t Know I’m Alive
05. Naytronix (ft. tUnE-yArDs) – What Have You Done For Me Lately
06. Albert McCloud (ft. Sean Wood) – Black Cat
07. LAKE – Escapade
08. Batsch – Together Again
09. The Harpoons – Let’s Wait Awhile
10. Dream Tiger – Control
11. Woom – Rhythm Nation
12. The Rests – Someone To Call My Lover
13. The Present – If
14. High Places – That’s The Way Love Goes
15. Katie Eastburn – When I Think Of You
16. Marker Starling – Young Love

via Carrot Top Records.

art work: Jad Fair


“Bill Wells & Friends – Nursery Rhymes” will be available on November 20th via Karaoke Kalk.



Tracklist
01. Three Blind Mice (Featuring Karen Mantler And Yo La Tengo) 04:01
02. Polly Put The Kettle On (Featuring Isobel Campbell And Amy Allison)
03. Humpty Dumpty (Featuring Amber Papini And Yo La Tengo)
04. Shoo Fly (Featuring Amy Allison And Yo La Tengo)
05. Oranges And Lemons (Featuring Syd Straw With The Karen Mantler Trio)
06. Hickory Dickory Dock (Featuring Norman Blake And Aby Vulliamy)
07. Hot Cross Buns (Featuring Michael Cerveris)
08. Ding Dong Bell (Featuring Bridget St John)
09. Lavender’s Blue (Featuring Norman Blake, Georgia Hubley And Yo La Tengo)
10. Bobby Shaftoe (Featuring Aby Vulliamy)
11.Rock A Bye Baby (Featuring Isobel Campbell)
12. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Featuring Satomi Matsuzaki) 02:28
13. Ring A Ring Of Roses (Featuring Karen Mantler And Yo La Tengo)
14. Hey Diddle Diddle (Featuring Annette Peacock) 01:33
15. Ride A Cock Horse (Featuring Norman Blake And Yo La Tengo)
 





“The MusicNOW: 10 Years compilation is set for digital release just prior to the 10th edition of this eclectic music festival of the same name founded in 2006 by Bryce Dessner of The National. MusicNOW Festival set out with a mission to present the best in contemporary music, offer artists an opportunity to take risks, commission new work and attempt innovative collaborations.” BRASSLAND




Sounds of the South (featuring Justin Vernon & Sharon Van Etten): “Trials, Troubles, Tribulations”

ブライス・デスナー(The National)によって2006年に立ち上げられ10年に亘り続けられてきたミュージック・フェス『MusicNOW』のコンピレーション(デジタル・リリースのみの模様)です。Dirty Projectors, Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Grizzly Bear, My Brightest Diamondなどなど、未発表のパフォーマンス音源を収録。10周年を祝う今年は3月に5日間に亘って開催され、The National, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Caroline Shaw, Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Will Butler, So Percussion, Mina Tindle, Perfume Genius、他が参加するとの由。


MusicNOW: 10 Years  
01: Sounds of the South (featuring Justin Vernon & Sharon Van Etten): “Trials, Troubles, Tribulations”
02: Robin Pecknold (of Fleet Foxes): “Silver Dagger”
03: Sufjan Stevens: “The Owl And The Tanager”
04: eighth blackbird: “Omie Wise”
05: My Brightest Diamond: “I Have Never Loved Someone”
06: Dirty Projectors: “Emblem of the World”
07: Tinariwen: “Imidiwan Ma Tenam”
08: Tim Hecker: “Chimeras (Live) 2011″
09: Colin Stetson: “Nobu Take”
10: Owen Pallett: “E Is For Estranged”
11: Erik Friedlander: “Airstream Envy”
12: Bonnie “Prince” Billy: “Love Comes To Me”
13: Richard Reed Parry: “Duet for Heart and Breath”
14: Grizzly Bear: “While You Wait For The Others”
15: The Books with Clogs: “Classy Penguin”
16: Andrew Bird: “Section 8 City”
17: Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver): “Love More”




Sounds of the South @ MusicNOW, May 13th 2011
organized by Megafaun, 
featuring Vernon, Sharon Van Etten, Megafaun, Matthew E. White and Fight the Big Bull
“Trials, Troubles, Tribulations” 
written by Estil C. Ball, originally entitled ‘Tribulations‘ and was recorded in 1959.




”Years of research and obsession have resulted in this, the first collection of recordings by the legendary and masterful Greek folk violinist Alexis Zoumbas. Very few pre-war musicians have tapped deeper into the human soul than Zoumbas and this volume presents his most profoundly hypnotic and unearthly pieces, all recorded in New York City from 1926-1928. A deep set of notes is accompanied by previously unpublished photographs as well as original art-work by R. Crumb. Respectfully crafted by Christopher King and Susan Archie for Angry Mom Records.”

Alex Zoumbas “A Lamnet for Epirus 1926-1928″
A Long Gone Sound Production for Angry Mom Records. AMA-04.
Part of the “How The Other Half Hears” Sound Series.







“Song & Dance From Northern Greece, 1928-1958. Featuring sublime and unhinged music rarely heard outside of Northern Greece and Southern Albania, the performances presented in this collection span the range of plaintive, ancient dirges to hypnotic, droning dance pieces.”

“Five Days Married & Other Laments Song and Dance from Northern Greece 1928-1958″
A Long Gone Sound Production for Angry Mom Records. AMA-03.
Part of the “How The Other Half Hears” Sound Series.

Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith

“A Familyre Christmas Vol. 6 “Familyre’s Messiah – Part 1″, is  based on one of the most beautiful and enduring pieces of music in history: George Frederick Handel’s ‘The Messiah’.” –Sounds Familyre

Familyre’s Messiah and the Familyre Christmas Vol. 1-5 will be donated to The Red Cross for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.







Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith / Mastering by Daniel C. Smith
released 17 December 2013
available via Sounds Familyre Bandcamp



also another Holiday collection from Bar/None Records, stream their compilation “The American Song-Poem Christmas: Daddy, Is Santa Really Six Foot Four?” via The American Song-Poem Music Archives.


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