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Jaimoe

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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
    New DBT, (Ramones cover)
     
     
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    Jaimoe reacted to Pablo Sanchez in So I have a new instrumental trio that is pretty fun   
    Turns out that playing guitar in a improv focused trio is actually my favourite thing in the world to do.
    By a very strange turn of events, I've started a project with Chas Guay and Matt Aston called Original Sound Track. I was introduced to Chas years ago in PEI by Punk. Chas was his bass guitar mentor coming up. So Chas now lives in Ottawa and we got something started around Sept 2019. This band is really like 90% pure improv at this point. That being said, I feel like we are tearing a hole in the universe weekly and honestly that is pretty much everything I need from music.
    Posting hand held jam room recordings weekly here: https://soundcloud.com/user-77130993-304645937/nov-11-jam-3-m
    Looking forward to maybe playing for people someday
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    Jaimoe reacted to Jay Funk Dawg in Rest in peace, Eddie   
    As a kid, I had a Starways flyer route, delivering junk mail around the neighbourhood and I would take my meager earnings with me to Driftwood Music on Queen St. downtown Toronto, between Much Music and University Ave.  Driftwood had a great selection of used tapes, all for $4-$6 dollars a piece. I didn't have any older brothers so I discovered classic rock primarily by taking leap of faith on purchases of tapes falling hard for Almans Brothers, Black Sabbath, Cream, Pink Floyd, The Doors, AC/DC Blind Faith, Led Zeppelin etc.. 
    I remember grabbing Van Halen 1, 2 & Diver Down... but really getting drawn in by their debut... so many great songs.
    I remember getting into them again when Right Now came out, it was an entirely sound, but still great band. I caught them at The Molson Amp, Our Lady Peace, I think, opened.
    This is my favourite track:
     
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    Jaimoe reacted to Davey Boy 2.0 in Rest in peace, Eddie   
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    Jaimoe reacted to Jay Funk Dawg in WHITE RIOT Film: a moment in time when music changed the world.   
    White Riot
    White Riot is a moment in time when music changed the world. When a generation challenged the status quo. It’s Woodstock meets the March on Washington, punk-style.
    New Release 😧 Rubika Shah | 80 min | 2019 | UK | RATING: PG VIRTUAL CINEMA SCREENINGS
    Virtual Cinema Screenings start July 9th. 
    Cost to rent = $9.99 (includes tax).
    Rent it via Hot Docs Cinema: https://boxoffice.hotdocs.ca/websales/pages/info.aspx?evtinfo=127738~fff311b7-cdad-4e14-9ae4-a9905e1b9cb0&epguid=8533b035-0c76-4133-bf01-9b9878c87b37&
    Britain, late-1970s. Punk is exploding. The country is deeply divided over immigration. The National Front, a far-right and fascist political party, is gaining strength as politicians like Enoch Powell push a xenophobic agenda. Outraged by a racist speech from Eric Clapton, music photographer Red Saunders writes a letter to the music press, calling for rock to be a force against racism. NME, Melody Maker, and Sounds all publish the letter. Flooded with responses, Red discovers many share his views. Teaming up with like-minded creatives Roger Huddle, Kate Webb, Syd Shelton and Australian graphic designer Ruth Gregory, the team bands together to create Rock Against Racism (RAR) and a fanzine, Temporary Hoarding. Speaking directly to the youth, Temporary Hoarding reports stories and issues that the mainstream British media ignores, like immigration, the Catholic side of the Northern Ireland conflict, and the police’s controversial “suspected persons” (sus) powers. They give a voice to the voiceless. The National Front begins to strike back, committing acts of violence against RAR supporters and petrol-bombing their HQ. Despite this, RAR spreads virally across the UK and into Europe, becoming a grassroots youth movement. The Clash, Steel Pulse, Tom Robinson and other top bands of the day jump on board.  
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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Esau. in John Peel Sessions archive, 1000 hours worth!   
    Some big acts I'd like to see on here (maybe down the road?), but cool that we can access this (I own the CD of the Galaxie 500 session):
     
     https://davestrickson.blogspot.com/2020/05/john-peel-sessions.html
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in John Peel Sessions archive, 1000 hours worth!   
    Some big acts I'd like to see on here (maybe down the road?), but cool that we can access this (I own the CD of the Galaxie 500 session):
     
     https://davestrickson.blogspot.com/2020/05/john-peel-sessions.html
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in What are you listening to right now?   
    A cover of the Donnie Darko Gary Jules's "Mad World" cover. Curt Smith's daughter has talent: 
     
     
     
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in What are you listening to right now?   
    A young Danny Gatton, in scary "Humbler" form:
     
     
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    Jaimoe reacted to Weirdness in Perhaps the greatest music video of all time...   
    Incorrect 
     
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
    Love this Get Behind Me Satan garage blues song and performance. 
     
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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
    Rare live video recording of pre-Brothers and Sisters "Ramblin' Man" (a good 10-months before Brothers and Sisters dropped), with Chuck Leavell and Berry Oakley (he died 9 days after this concert). Great version, if not sad given the events surrounding the time-frame: 
     
     
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    Jaimoe reacted to Booche in Who was in Comfort Station?   
    If it has been uploaded to the archive then Brad's work was done, as far as I am concerned. He was big on making sure the band was 'ok' with that.
    If a band told him not to put it on BTREE or anywhere, he wouldnt do it and made it his own personal collection. I loved that about him.
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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
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    Jaimoe reacted to Davey Boy 2.0 in Lost John Coltrane album to be released in Sept   
    https://www.jazziz.com/lost-john-coltrane-album-gets-first-ever-release/
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    Jaimoe got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in It is the anniversary of 05-08-77   
    I love the rant, even though I don't understand any of it!! 
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    Jaimoe reacted to Booche in It is the anniversary of 05-08-77   
    You know what really grinds my gears?
     
    When this lumberjack mother fucker who would probably be happier in the woods shooting bears, or fishing in some secluded northern Quebec cabin, decides that he isnt going to go off with an insanely hate-fueled rant about his ex or whatever it is he is singing about. Does anyone else remember feelings? Where the fuck did they go and why cant I listen to and watch Brent Mydland piss all over whoever or whatever he wants to piss on? Is this the reason why we have yet to see the infamous piss tapes via the orange buffoon from hell? WTF?
    Get your shit together people. Brent Mydland is supposed to show and tell everyone his emotions like it is Kindergarten on steroids. Surely we can see, a little bit, but where is the rest of the story? Is he gas lighting anyone who chooses to watch that video? I fuckingly hope not or else I am going to start calling him on his cheezewhiz filled keyboard sounds. What are you doing bahd? Do you really think some of that shit hits? I gots a speedball on my Floridian property waiting for you if that is the case. We were at the show and he purposely took away the one thing that would take away the pain.
    Brent shook his head at the end to signal the rest of the band he wasnt willing to take shit to the next level with pure evil because he got fucked around and then he died 10 days later which I had to find out from a gaggle of women we hung out with back in the day. Sitting around a backyard pool drinking beers and smoking hash. Welcome to the party bitch.
    And that is what really grinds my gears.
     

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    Jaimoe reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
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