Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kept Spectre/She Cackles/Woken Strength/This Road Is Holy/Chatter Shapes/The Disciples Know
Here is another great post sent to me by RAM .
320kbps file is in the header and RAM's Flac file is HERE
The Moodists were an Australian post-punk band that formed in 1980, when Dave Graney, Clare Moore and Steve Miller of punk group The Sputniks moved from Adelaide to Melbourne. They added bass player Chris Walsh and later added guitarist Mick Turner.
After recording two singles and a six track EP for Bruce Milne and Greta Moon's Au Go Go label in Melbourne they relocated to London. This was at the behest of the Red Flame label who had released a compilation of their Australian releases. They then recorded the albums Thirstys Calling (1984) and Double Life (1985).
The band supported Public Image Limited on their 1984 tour of Australia, along with punk band Box of Fish.
They returned to Australia in 1985 for six months (Turner quit and reconvened his earlier group Fungus Brains; he would later form Dirty Three) and then travelled again to the UK. During this time they toured extensively through Northern Europe and also made a short tour of the United States. In 1985 they recorded an EP for Creation Records. In 1986 they released two EPs on the TIM label. All their recorded works from the time they first decamped to the northern hemisphere were produced by the band and Victor Van Vugt (who went on to work with Nick Cave, Beth Orton and PJ Harvey as well as many others) Their final gig was in London and the lineup by this time featured Dave Graney, Clare Moore and Steve Miller as well as former members of Scottish band Orange Juice: David McClymont on bass and Malcolm Ross on guitar. (Malcolm Ross was later to play with Graney and Moore as part of the original Coral Snakes). After they disbanded in 1987, Dave Graney and Clare Moore formed the first of Graney's solo groups 'Dave Graney with the Coral Snakes'. This band featured Malcolm Ross, Gordy Blair on bass and piano player Louis Vause. They recorded an ep for Fire Records which was produced by Barry Adamson.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Sailing/Greivous Angel/All He Did Was Tell Me Lies/Annie Johnson/Lonesome Me/Anecdotes Of You/Lady With The Braid/The French Waltz/Questions/Tonight I'll Shoot The Moon/Everybody's Looking For Something On A Saturday Night
Anne Kirkpatrick (born 4 July 1952) is an Australian country music singer. She is the daughter of country singers Slim Dusty and Joy McKean. Kirkpatrick has released thirteen albums. She won the Golden Guitar Award at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 1979, for Female Vocalist of the Year with "Grievous Angel" from the “Shoot The Moon” album and was inducted into the Hands of Fame. She won again 1991, and twice in 1992. She also won an ARIA Award for Best Australian Country Record in 1991.
This is a great album has a couple of songs by Kim Carnes "Sailing" and "All He Did Was Tell Me Lies" a Gram Parsons tune "Greivous Angel" and the song that made this album worthwhile "Lady With the Braid" what a fantastic song. Some of you may remember that I posted this some time ago on Midoztouch but this is an entirely different rip sent to me by RAM.