That Hefty Track - J∗S∗T∗A∗R∗S* - Put Me On A Planet (CDr, Album)

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  1. You named me: slow and modern guitar on a backdrop of piano & assorted percussive sounds. Very pretty in a Civilization, Phaze III kinda way. This is one more track that grew on me big time with repeated listening. Cat bram sammich #2: less theatrical than #1, cool spooky vocals, important to the narrative I presume. The short jazzy ending is.
  2. Martians by Todd Parker and The Witches, released 21 June 1. Malacandra 2. Cuidado 3. Helium Breeze 4. Martians 5. Zero Sum 6. Uncle Martin's Broadcast 7. Nakhla 8. Aelita 9. Conduit More psychedelic ditties and anthems for the Weird Revolution from the founder/guitarist/vocalist of the 90's space rockers, Tadpoles. Martians is the third full-length studio album by Todd Parker and The.
  3. Oct 23,  · Tell Mark Lewisohn Abbey Road didn't have a 16 track at the time, much less a 24 track. And there would be no need to compile an album on a 24 track. 4 track machines were used to crossfade one song into another, or they simply played the two tapes into and recorded the resulting crossfade to another 2 track machine.
  4. The Avalanche, an Album by Sufjan Stevens. Released 11 July on Asthmatic Kitty (catalog no. AKR; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Chamber Pop, Indie Folk, Indie Pop.
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  7. Banders: In Support of Progressive Policy and Coronavirus Relief by Under the Counter Tapes, released 03 April 1. The Curls - Nu-Country (feat. Fran) 2. Raul Gonzalez Jr. - Fortress 3. Soccer Cousins - Watching You 4. Heart Eyes - Enamored (feat. Woozles) 5. ODAE - Your Haunted Mind ASMR 6. Iver Arturo Principe - Quisiera Olvidarte (feat.
  8. In summary, everything about this track sounds perfect to me and just blows my mind every time. Incidentally, it's a cover of a song by the well-known late 60s group Fifth Dimension, in fact the title cut of their album. That's a rather good, but not elite or essential, album.

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