Sunday, October 17, 2010

Plentycast #5

I usually end up recording and posting these things on a Sunday morning so they're up on the site by early afternoon but this morning was taken up by watching the overnight recording of game 1 of the NLCS between the Phillies and the Giants. As a Red Sox fan, and without my team in this year's MLB postseason, I find myself in the usual position of "anyone but the Yankees" so thankfully Texas have squared their series against the Empire at 1-1. I don't mind which of the other 3 teams left win, just not them...

So, that's my life at the moment. Day after day of baseball. October baseball, the best. What's this got to do with the latest podcast? Fuck all really, but I thought I'd set some background as to what I've been up to recently. Again, it's the usual schtick. Couple of new tunes, few old tunes and a couple of demo versions of (as yet) unreleased tunes thanks to the wonders of t'interweb. It does have some uses after all. On you go then -

Tracklisting -

1. Slayer - World Painted Blood
2. Male Bonding - Year's Not Long
3. Meursault - New Ruin
4. Rockets Revenge - Purest Thing
5. Versus - Invincible Hero
6. Scarce - Southern Highway
7. Joeyfat - Gin Rummy For Beginners
8. Throwing Muses - Freesia
9. The Scottish Enlightenment - Pascal
10. Drive Like Jehu - Bullet Train To Vegas
11. Men Diamler - Footprints In The Snow
12. Small Town Boredom - World's Most Unwanted

Links -

Scarce -!/pages/Scarce/6654261707?v=app_2405167945

Men Diamler -


I Cried A Bit But Not For Long said...

Some rather vintage and indeed seminal fare on here, C. I do so enjoy yer 'casts. Non-adherence to any limited pallete or fleeting cause celebre is very very rare in the world o' music 'broadcasting'. Aye, thae threatening Grunge noisers did indeed play with Joeyfat at The Venue in May/June '95 I think. They were awesome, it must be said. If you're in the business of taking requests(!)for future progs, I would love to hear that song o' theirs wi' the "What do you want???" and "Happiness is the blood..." idea re title but a fantastic number. Was also great to hear Rocket's Revenge in full effect. I loved them a great great deal...well done again, son...

John said...

Aye, I was there for the Sawyer, Scarfo, Joeyfat (and possibly Ligament)extravaganza that was the FiErce PaNDa Suzi Quatro lives in Chelmsford EP tour or something like that.
Nothing to fault on the bill that night at all and not a pilot nor can in sight.

Another fine collection of tunes.....Starts quietly ah memories.......