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Posted: Aug 2, 2020 - 9:10am

monday by 8 pm
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Posted: Jul 30, 2020 - 2:37pm

hey cornbread!

your future cocktail coasters are in the hands of the usps

i apologize for the slight delay

moving about two thousands accounts over at work (and all that goes with it) has been a massive project

of course we were told this will be gravy, no problems at all
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Posted: Jul 22, 2020 - 7:47am

i'm aiming for the end of july or the beginning of august

wish me luck

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Posted: Jul 20, 2020 - 7:36pm



 ColdMiser wrote:


 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
So, are there rules as far as getting out your "mixtape" out time wise?.  Is the middle of the month the norm? I'm anxiously awaiting the next mixtape!
 
You can judge by when you got the mix from the month before. If they guy before you didn't get his out till late in the month you don't want to step on him by going early the next month. Right now you should shoot for late month since we are still looking for Miami's July issue.

 
Got it.

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Posted: Jul 20, 2020 - 7:36pm



 sirdroseph wrote:


 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
So, are there rules as far as getting out your "mixtape" out time wise?.  Is the middle of the month the norm? I'm anxiously awaiting the next mixtape!
 

Just try to get yours out by the end of your month.  You have a good 6 weeks.
 
Oh, I almost have 6 months ready to go!

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Posted: Jul 20, 2020 - 6:57am



 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
So, are there rules as far as getting out your "mixtape" out time wise?.  Is the middle of the month the norm? I'm anxiously awaiting the next mixtape!
 
You can judge by when you got the mix from the month before. If they guy before you didn't get his out till late in the month you don't want to step on him by going early the next month. Right now you should shoot for late month since we are still looking for Miami's July issue.

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Posted: Jul 20, 2020 - 6:42am



 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
So, are there rules as far as getting out your "mixtape" out time wise?.  Is the middle of the month the norm? I'm anxiously awaiting the next mixtape!
 

Just try to get yours out by the end of your month.  You have a good 6 weeks.
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Posted: Jul 19, 2020 - 8:27pm

So, are there rules as far as getting out your "mixtape" out time wise?.  Is the middle of the month the norm? I'm anxiously awaiting the next mixtape!
Lazy8

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Posted: Jul 17, 2020 - 8:19am

Thanks to all for the reviews. It's nice to know people are listening!

sirdroseph wrote:
3. John the Revelator - One of my all time favorite songs. Don't know if any version can ever top Blind Willie Johnson, but this one is worthy for the Revelator.

Until Kurt mentioned it I had no idea this was a blues classic. Gonna have to go hear that Blind Willie Johnson version.

10. 50th Psalm - Reminds me of the Bulgarian Women's Choir cept lead singer is a dude huh, huh, huh, huh. Very eerie, which is how I like this music. lol

They're Georgian. Finding some really compelling music out of that country.

14. Babylon is Fallen - Ok, this is not normally my scene, man, but I liked it. Really love the chorus.

An old shape note hymn. John McCutcheon has a knack for digging up great old music.

15 Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayls - Sounded Jewish or Lebanese? Do those actually sound alike? I think they do, urge to be hoisted in a chair.

Hebrew, captured at a bar mitzvah party on somebody's cell phone.

18. Wasted Away - Always wondered why they were never bigger. Their sound never really went out of style or anything. Great percussion.

They were a bit of a cult, I think. They had broader goals than just making music. Their first album was a pretty huge hit—two Grammies and 6 million sales. After they broke up they reformed and have kept touring. They've done better overseas than at home; their approach to hiphop is way out of the mainstream now, but hiphop is getting more diverse by the day and maybe they can get a little more attention
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Posted: Jul 17, 2020 - 6:02am



 Lazy8 wrote:
This may surprise some of you, but I don't burst into flame when I hear religious music. I'm also not mocking it, I genuinely love this collection. I don't have to believe a word of it to appreciate it as music.

It's mostly Christian since that's the culture I'm embedded in so that's what I mostly hear. I tried to reach a little farther for this but this is ass far as I got before shipping time. I enjoyed the search tho, and if you've got any suggestions I'm open.


In case the image isn't readable here's the track list:

01 Moby.......................................Run On
02 Yusuf......................................I Was Raised I Babylon
03 Ollabelle..................................John the Revelator
04 Special Consensus..........................Land Up In the Air
05 Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama...I Want to Be Ready
06 The Wailin’ Jennys.........................Glory Bound
07 John Stewart...............................Friend of Jesus
08 Patty Griffin..............................Wade In the Water
09 Gungor.....................................Beautiful Things
10 Archmandrite Serafim & Choir...............50th Psalm
11 Cadence Weapon.............................Night Service
12 Sufjan Stevens.............................For the Widows In Paradise, For the Fatherless In Ypsilanti
13 Emmylou Harris.............................Thanks to You
14 John McCutcheon............................Babylon I Fallen
15 Shira Choir................................Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis
16 Sally Rogers...............................Ecstasy
17 Iron & Wine................................Boy With a Coin
18 Arrested Development.......................Washed Away
 

Highlights for me:



1. Rain On - Ordinarily I'm not really into Moby, but this was really nice with a very cool old style chorus.

2. I Was Raised in Babylon - So glad he started singing again, just as good as ever.

3. John the Revelator - One of my all time favorite songs. Don't know if any version can ever top Blind Willie Johnson, but this one is worthy for the Revelator.

4. Land up in the air - I am a sucker for the classic high-low. Nice acopella.

5. I Want to be Ready - I love Ben Harper in short stints, very nice gospel.

6. Glory Bound - Just beautiful. That is a tight band.

10. 50th Psalm - Reminds me of the Bulgarian Women's Choir cept lead singer is a dude huh, huh, huh, huh. Very eerie, which is how I like this music. lol


12. Love all Sufjan, one of my favs from him.

13. Thanks to You - Sassy! Well crafted song.

14. Babylon is Fallen - Ok, this is not normally my scene, man, but I liked it. Really love the chorus.

15 Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayls - Sounded Jewish or Lebanese? Do those actually sound alike? I think they do, urge to be hoisted in a chair.

17. Boy With A Coin - Local boy from Chapin SC, Lake Murray Country. Personally not a huge fan, but this is the best song I have ever heard from him. That riff would give any decent A & R man a boner.


18. Wasted Away - Always wondered why they were never bigger. Their sound never really went out of style or anything. Great percussion.



Great effort! I feel like I may have gained a few brownie points with the big guy for the listen and it didn't catch fire in my player!

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Posted: Jul 9, 2020 - 3:40pm



 Lazy8 wrote:

#18 See #11.  Did he say "Blueberry pie swim the ocean"?

I closed with this because I like the hypnotic flow it has. I'm not crazy about the vocals being so low in the mix—I even fired up Audacity to try and bring them forward, but that was going to take too long and really, that's how they wanted it so who am I to revise it?

If you're curious the lyrics are here, and pretty trippy.
 

Trippy indeed.
Thanks for those lyrics.
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Posted: Jul 8, 2020 - 3:27pm

KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Loved the sleeve/ CD artwork! How am I going to even come close to that for August?

I use an MS Publisher template if anybody wants it. Very easy.

Quite a few numbers here that I've never heard before...  and some scared me.

Why, thank you! Expect surprises.

#3   Them blues are giving me the blues. I'm probably the only guy or girl on R. Paradise that gives all the blues tracks 3's. So this resides in the perfect spot.

Wouldn't have thought to apply the genre blues to Ollabelle. Hmm...

#8   Patty Griffin is even better! So, I'll overlook the sad and blues.  

Wanted to use Moira Smiley's version (it's one of her go-to concert/workshop pieces) but it turns out I didn't actually have it in digital form. Besides, this is my favorite song from Patty's Downtown Church album.

She's Catholic As Hell but the songs are mostly Protestant hymns, because protestants write better hymns. At least since the Reformation. Or maybe JS Bach.

#10 Whoa. That was thought provoking. For a guy that likes upbeat, snappy tunes... I needed a swift kick to snap me out of that one.  I'd rather read Psalm 50. Even verse 22 is more upbeat...
      "Now consider this, you who forget God, Or I will tear you in pieces, and there will be none to deliver."  

Yeah, it's pretty slow and pretty long so I debated including it...but it's also just pretty. And it's my disc so neener neener.

#11 Rappy. See #3.

Heh. Buckle up! There would have been more rap on this but I ran out of space.

#15  A appella and interesting. I listened to this while driving to work one early morning last week. I keep slowing down and then exceeded the speed limit many times.

Great sing-along tune.

#18 See #11.  Did he say "Blueberry pie swim the ocean"?

I closed with this because I like the hypnotic flow it has. I'm not crazy about the vocals being so low in the mix—I even fired up Audacity to try and bring them forward, but that was going to take too long and really, that's how they wanted it so who am I to revise it?

If you're curious the lyrics are here, and pretty trippy.
Lazy8

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Posted: Jul 8, 2020 - 2:42pm

First an apology for all the typos in my last post! At least I got the song list right on the album art.

ColdMiser wrote:
I'm not of religious persuasion so my first reaction prior to listening was less than enthusiastic. But Wow, was I turned around. This was a really great mix and grew on me with each listen. Kudos on the artwork and even bigger Kudos on the environmentally favorable packaging! Some highlights

The Moby track turned out to be my favorite, love the baritone vocals mixed in.

Thanks. trying to cut down on the packaging and simplify the process. Plus it's getting hard to find decent CD jewel cases.

One of two tracks featuring the Blind Boys of Alabama. Moby's contributions to this are pretty minimal—the Boys did the heavy lifting. Still like it 21 years after I first heard it.

I Was Raised in Bablylon had some good lyrics, song had a Richard Thompson vibe to it

Yusuf used to be Cat Stevens (good catch, Kurt!) and he still has some excellent songwriting chops. He's slowed down a step or two since his glory days but I recommend his recent work. He's still working with a lot of the same sidemen he started with and they still sound good together.

Tracks 4 & 5 was like the Gospel according to Lazy8

These songs speak to me, but not for me. Don't draw any conclusions about my beliefs from them.

Damn, that's some fine harmony from the Boys tho, ain't it?

Gungor (never heard of them, strange name too) produced a beautiful song, really dug the ladies in the background

New to me too. Found them by googling "religious music that doesn't suck". You'd be amazed how many blog posts there are on that topic!

50th Psalm had some cool chanting, thirsting for some Monk's Ale after that one

It's slow and hypnotic and not likely to be everybody's favorite, but the voices dug in for me. They're singing in Aramaic. This performance was for Pope Francis.

I have only heard the Illinoise album by Stevens, he is great little artist isn't he. Might have to explore him more after this one

Sufjan is well worth getting to know.  This track crushes me like a bug.

Don't know how old Emmylou was when she made this song, but she is just timeless

It's from the album Cowgirl's Prayer (released in 1993, so she was...um...carry the 7...46). It's a Jesse Winchester cover, and I like her version waaaaay better. Of course that's true in general—if there's a song she's covered chances are I like it better than the original.

Iron & Wine, I like everything I hear by them. I think you do too, not your first offering from them (him)

I confess I'm a fan, and this likely isn't the last I&W to appear on one of my mixes.

Sam Beam often writes songs with religious (usually Old Testament) themes. He's an agnostic tho. Go figure.

This one is basically Deist.
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Posted: Jul 8, 2020 - 7:45am



 Lazy8 wrote:
This may surprise some of you, but I don't burst into flame when I hear religious music. I'm also not mocking it, I genuinely love this collection. I don't have to believe a word of it to appreciate it as music.

It's mostly Christian since that's the culture I'm embedded in so that's what I mostly hear. I tried to reach a little farther for this but this is ass far as I got before shipping time. I enjoyed the search tho, and if you've got any suggestions I'm open.


In case the image isn't readable here's the track list:

01 Moby.......................................Run On
02 Yusuf......................................I Was Raised I Babylon
03 Ollabelle..................................John the Revelator
04 Special Consensus..........................Land Up In the Air
05 Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama...I Want to Be Ready
06 The Wailin’ Jennys.........................Glory Bound
07 John Stewart...............................Friend of Jesus
08 Patty Griffin..............................Wade In the Water
09 Gungor.....................................Beautiful Things
10 Archmandrite Serafim & Choir...............50th Psalm
11 Cadence Weapon.............................Night Service
12 Sufjan Stevens.............................For the Widows In Paradise, For the Fatherless In Ypsilanti
13 Emmylou Harris.............................Thanks to You
14 John McCutcheon............................Babylon I Fallen
15 Shira Choir................................Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis
16 Sally Rogers...............................Ecstasy
17 Iron & Wine................................Boy With a Coin
18 Arrested Development.......................Washed Away
 
I'm not of religious persuasion so my first reaction prior to listening was less than enthusiastic. But Wow, was I turned around. This was a really great mix and grew on me with each listen. Kudos on the artwork and even bigger Kudos on the environmentally favorable packaging! Some highlights

The Moby track turned out to be my favorite, love the baritone vocals mixed in.
I Was Raised in Bablylon had some good lyrics, song had a Richard Thompson vibe to it
Tracks 4 & 5 was like the Gospel according to Lazy8
Gungor (never heard of them, strange name too) produced a beautiful song, really dug the ladies in the background
50th Psalm had some cool chanting, thirsting for some Monk's Ale after that one
I have only heard the Illinoise album by Stevens, he is great little artist isn't he. Might have to explore him more after this one
Don't know how old Emmylou was when she made this song, but she is just timeless
Iron & Wine, I like everything I hear by them. I think you do too, not your first offering from them (him)

Thanks for the uplifting religious experience, still won't put me in a pew on Sunday but a new found respect for the genre.

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Posted: Jul 7, 2020 - 7:26am

 sirdroseph wrote:
Already listening in car, so far this submission is the most in my personal taste wheelhouse than any of your previous offerings!{#Dancingbanana_2}
 

yup

with a couple of nice little surprises thrown in

edit: points for the cover design/production too
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Posted: Jul 7, 2020 - 4:41am

 Lazy8 wrote:
This may surprise some of you, but I don't burst into flame when I hear religious music. I'm also not mocking it, I genuinely love this collection. I don't have to believe a word of it to appreciate it as music.

It's mostly Christian since that's the culture I'm embedded in so that's what I mostly hear. I tried to reach a little farther for this but this is ass far as I got before shipping time. I enjoyed the search tho, and if you've got any suggestions I'm open.


In case the image isn't readable here's the track list:

01 Moby.......................................Run On
02 Yusuf......................................I Was Raised I Babylon
03 Ollabelle..................................John the Revelator
04 Special Consensus..........................Land Up In the Air
05 Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama...I Want to Be Ready
06 The Wailin’ Jennys.........................Glory Bound
07 John Stewart...............................Friend of Jesus
08 Patty Griffin..............................Wade In the Water
09 Gungor.....................................Beautiful Things
10 Archmandrite Serafim & Choir...............50th Psalm
11 Cadence Weapon.............................Night Service
12 Sufjan Stevens.............................For the Widows In Paradise, For the Fatherless In Ypsilanti
13 Emmylou Harris.............................Thanks to You
14 John McCutcheon............................Babylon I Fallen
15 Shira Choir................................Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis
16 Sally Rogers...............................Ecstasy
17 Iron & Wine................................Boy With a Coin
18 Arrested Development.......................Washed Away
 
Already listening in car, so far this submission is the most in my personal taste wheelhouse than any of your previous offerings!{#Dancingbanana_2}
Lazy8

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Posted: Jul 4, 2020 - 2:13pm

This may surprise some of you, but I don't burst into flame when I hear religious music. I'm also not mocking it, I genuinely love this collection. I don't have to believe a word of it to appreciate it as music.

It's mostly Christian since that's the culture I'm embedded in so that's what I mostly hear. I tried to reach a little farther for this but this is ass far as I got before shipping time. I enjoyed the search tho, and if you've got any suggestions I'm open.


In case the image isn't readable here's the track list:

01 Moby.......................................Run On
02 Yusuf......................................I Was Raised I Babylon
03 Ollabelle..................................John the Revelator
04 Special Consensus..........................Land Up In the Air
05 Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama...I Want to Be Ready
06 The Wailin’ Jennys.........................Glory Bound
07 John Stewart...............................Friend of Jesus
08 Patty Griffin..............................Wade In the Water
09 Gungor.....................................Beautiful Things
10 Archmandrite Serafim & Choir...............50th Psalm
11 Cadence Weapon.............................Night Service
12 Sufjan Stevens.............................For the Widows In Paradise, For the Fatherless In Ypsilanti
13 Emmylou Harris.............................Thanks to You
14 John McCutcheon............................Babylon I Fallen
15 Shira Choir................................Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis
16 Sally Rogers...............................Ecstasy
17 Iron & Wine................................Boy With a Coin
18 Arrested Development.......................Washed Away
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Posted: Jul 2, 2020 - 11:42am



 Lazy8 wrote:
KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Where did everybody go?
What did you do Lazy? 

Just waiting for everyone to check in before I post the song list.
 
I'm good, finished my 2nd time around the block today.

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Posted: Jul 2, 2020 - 8:52am



 Lazy8 wrote:
KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Where did everybody go?
What did you do Lazy? 

Just waiting for everyone to check in before I post the song list.
 


Lazy8

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Posted: Jul 2, 2020 - 7:47am

KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Where did everybody go?
What did you do Lazy? 

Just waiting for everyone to check in before I post the song list.
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