Saturday, July 2, 2011

BURN OUT Sessions: "The Boy in Me"

This first session is a chance for me to get familiar with the new set-up and software. I imagine the sound quality will improve as I suss out the features. You’ll hear a couple of errors as I get used to everything. I’ll link to a single mp3 file from the public folder in my DropBox account.

I hope you like it. More to come…

Burn Out No1: The Boy in Me 
(Right click and save to download. I know that Chrome will stream it. Firefox 5 behaves weirdly, likely due to the file size. So, right click and save it.^^)

INTRO: Christopher Recordings - “The Problems of Growing Boys” mixed with Aphrodite’s Child - “The System”

Aphrodite’s Child - “The Four Horsemen” from 666 (1971)
Amon Duul II - “Wolf City” from Wolf City (1972)
Sonic Youth - “Brave Men Run (In My Family)” from Bad Moon Rising (1985)
The Fall - “Who Makes The Nazis?” from Hex Enduction Hour (1982)
Pere Ubu - “Non Alignment Pact” from The Modern Dance (1978)
Psychic Volts - “Horror Show No. 5” from B-side of Totally Useless 7” (1979)
Dead Kennedys - “Moon Over Marin” from Plastic Surgery Disasters (1982)
Government Issue - “Fashionite” from Legless Bull (1981)
The Descendents - “Suburban Home” from Milo Goes to College (1982)
Rocket From The Crypt - “Dollar” from Circa: Now! (1992)
The Compulsive Gamblers - “Rock & Roll Nurse” from Crystal Gazing Luck Amazing (2000)
Dead Moon - “Graveyard” from In the Graveyard (1988)
13th Floor Elevators - “Roller Coaster” from The Psychedelic Sounds of… (1966)
The Gories - “Sister Ann” from House Rockin’ (1989)
The Ponys - “Fall Inn” from Laced with Romance (2004)
Radio Birdman - “New Race” from Radios Appear (1977)
David Peel & The Lower East Side - “Lower East Side” & “I Want to Kill You” from American Revolution (1970)
The Clash - “The Equaliser” from Sandinista (1980)
Jimmy Cliff - “King of Kings” from King of Kings 7” (1963)
Desmond Dekker - “Please Don’t Bend” from Black and Dekker (1980)
Symarip - “Skinhead Moonstomp” from Skinhead Moonstomp (1970)
Claudette & The Corporation - “Skinheads A Bash Them” (single)
The Equals - “Hold Me Closer” & “Police on My Back” from Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys (comp: 1999)
The Flamin’ Groovies - “Shake Some Action” from Shake Some Action (1979)
The Who - “Tattoo” & “Our Love Was” from The Who Sell Out (1967)
The Buff Medways - “Ivor” from Tribute to the Daggerman 7” (2001)

OUTRO: Christopher Recordings - “The Problems of Growing Boys”

The Christopher Recordings Sex Instruction Series can be found around the intarwebs. The series was released on vinyl in 1951. They’re sufficiently creepy and are perfect for mixing, sampling, looping, etc.

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