December 4, 2018

Cul de Sac - Copenhagen, DK - April 5th, 2003


Cul de Sac are a rock music group formed in 1990 in Boston, Massachusetts and led by guitarist Glenn Jones. Their music is primarily instrumental. Jones and keyboardist Robin Amos have been the only constant members.

They have been classified by some as post rock, but Jones has expressed some discomfort with the term. He states that Cul de Sac is the most "musically satisfying" group he's been involved with; a group that is the "closest to being the band I'd dreamed of forming. It allows me to combine my love of open-tuned guitar, played fingerstyle, with my love for electronics and noise, all placed within a rhythmic rock framework." Jones occasionally plays "The Contraption," a prepared lap steel guitar.

Cul de Sac have collaborated with guitarist John Fahey and with Can singer Damo Suzuki.

Glenn Jones has also recorded two solo albums, This Is the Wind That Blows It Out (2004) and Against Which the Sea Continually Beats (2007).

- Wikipedia

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Cul de Sac
Møllegade Kirke, Copenhagen, DK
April 5th, 2003

master dat to CD-R transfer.
Recorded by Michael Bjerre with a SONY Dat machine and Core Sound Cardiod Microphones
CDr >Eac>wav> flac


TT
47:47


Set list unknown

d/l 9 tracks HERE

(this upload comes to you by courtesy of doctor space and the hanwaker -- a co-op for the time being)

hanwaker upload to dime 2018-12

December 2, 2018

John Fahey Oregon Sound Center Guitar & Music Shop Salem, OR on June 3rd, 1988.

John Fahey Oregon Sound Center Guitar & Music Shop Salem, OR on June 3rd, 1988.

d/l HERE

Disc One:
1. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean
   Spanish Two-Step
   Spanish Fandango
   Spanish Two-Step
2. Sea Of Love…(Tuning/Banter)
3. You’ll Find Her Name Written There
4. Are You From Dixie
5. Special Rider Blues
6. How Long
7. Deep River/Old Man River
8. Sunset On Prince George’s County
   The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
9. Steve Talbot On The Keddie Wye> 

Disc Two:
1. Rain Forest
   Dianne Kelly
2. Ocean Waves
3. Black Mommy
4. Gaucho (Medley)
5. The Last Steam Engine Train
6. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
   Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel>

October 8, 2018

John Fahey Live Gardner Arts Centre in Brighton, England on October 5th, 1987.

Artist? Let me know!!!


Tracklist:

01. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean
    Spanish Two-Step
    Spanish Fandango
    Spanish Two-Step
02. You’ll Find Her Name Written There
03. Are You From Dixie
04. Lava On Waikiki
05. Deep River/Ol’ Man River…(Banter/Tuning)
06. Nightmare/Summertime
07. Steve Talbot On The Keddie Wye
08. (Tuning/Banter)…
09. Ocean Waves
10. Black Mommy…(Applause>Encore)

d/l it HERE

June 3, 2018

John Fahey live at The Weathered Wall in Seattle Washington on May 31st 1996

http://blog.kevingoldsmith.com/2008/06/30/goodbye-weathered-walli-spyetc/
John Fahey live at The Weathered Wall in Seattle Washington on May 31st 1996.

From a Maxell XLII-90 cassette received in trade, unknown generation.

Lineage: Tascam 302 > PC Audiograbber > Audacity > CD Wave Editor >
TLH Flac level 6, no need for sector alignment.

Rank Stranger
June 2018

Tracklist:

A01 City Of Refuge #1   ( alternate intro )
    City Of Refuge #3
A02 Mexico
A03 Sharks
A04 Son House>  ( tape flip )
B01 >Dianne Kelly fragments
    Son House
    Mood Indigo 

Total time: 52:34"

d/l HERE

May 27, 2018

John Fahey live at the Venetian Theater in Albany, Oregon on July 8th, 2000



John Fahey live at the Venetian Theater in Albany, Oregon on July 8th, 2000.

As always, thanks to Rank Stranger for the bootlegs!!!

Tracklist:

01 various fragments
   Poor Boy Long Ways From Home
02 City Of Refuge #3
   Death Don't Have No Mercy
   Nightmare
   The Dance Of The Cat People
03 ?
   Marilyn
04 Poor Boy Long Ways From Home

d/l the FLAC files HERE


Sheep In Wolf's Clothing by Charlie Schmidt

April 28, 2018

John Fahey - Salem Art Fair & Festival – Main Stage - Salem, OR - July 17, 1999



John Fahey

Salem Art Fair & Festival – Main Stage

Salem, OR 

July 17, 1999



Death Don’t Have No Mercy/(Unknown)

Juana…

Marilyn…

How Long (bathed in echo)…

(Tuning)

“Latin American Section”/Dorothy…(Fahey Thanks His Dentist)

(Unknown Blues/Ragtime Tune!!)


Great quality recording of electric Fahey. I haven't posted this one before, so maybe you don't have this one. I don't recall seeing out there in circulation in the past few years, so get it!

Supplied by the inestimable MTW, thank you! Get it HERE

Folks, it looks like the ole blog is up and running again. It's not like I'm in control here, the spirit of Fahey pushes me around like a pawn. If you are enjoying these new boots, let me know!

April 24, 2018

John Fahey live in Los Angeles in 1974

Some new Fahey boots showing up on DIME, thanks to a long time Fahey fan!!


Tracklist:

01 Intro
   Dance Of the Inhabitants Of The Palace Of King Philip XIV Of Spain
   Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Invisble City Of Bladensburg (fragment)
   ends abruptly
02 Spanish Two-Step
   he tunes to open D
03 The Grand Finale ( in open D! )
   Knoxville Blues ( 3/4 time )
   Knoxville Blues ( 4/4 time )
04 Wine & Roses
05 Monologue
   he tunes to open C
06 The Portland Cement Factory At Monolith CA ( rarely performed )
07 Funeral Song For MJH
08 Monologue on tuning 

Total time: 43:02"


Get the FLAC files HERE

April 22, 2018

The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose Festival


Hi all,

Well I went to the Festival and had a great time. Got to see some amazing musicians and got to meet so many people that I've known of, heard of, talked to online, been 'friends' of on social media, listened to their music, etc. Such a small community and such a great opportunity to meet a bunch of really nice people. Despite 3 days of festivities I still didn't get to talk to everyone, nonetheless, the ones I did were great. Hoping for a second festival to catch up with the rest of you all.




I got a lot of really nice comments about the blog, it was nice to hear. I have missed it and you've inspired me to spin it up again. I don't know what that will look like yet, need to find a file storage solution that I'm comfortable with. It may stray even further from the controversial American Primitive moniker. As has been the case of the last couple years, I don't see myself doing a lot of writing (just yet), so if you are interested in a contribution to the site (music reviews, essays on the American Primitive label debate, whatever...) just let me know.

Scott