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Tight Grooves - Sunburned Hand Of The Man - Megasis (CDr)

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  1. Sunburned Hand of the Man - Loft At Sea [Ecstatic Peace] 8. Moodymann - Freeki Mutha F cker [KDJ] Here's a tour CDR that's lighting my candle at the moment. but you have to credit them all really. The amazing loose/heavy/tight black country grooves laid down by Bill Ward, Geezer Butler's Bass sitting fat and heavy like a genetic cross.
  2. RECORD REVIEWS by Larry "Fuzz-O" Dolman (except where noted) SECRET EYE label roundup Secret Eye is a Providence, RI-based USA record label, CD duplication service, concert promoter, and more, and they have been very busy lately, putting out a lot of CDs by brand new artists that fall roughly in the wyrd folk/new psych camp (not to mention organizing this year's Terrastock fest in April ).
  3. Dec 09,  · The percussive grooves are overlaid with Sunroof!-like shimmer, stabbing electric leads, gentle acoustic rain, and droning organ peeking through at opportune moments. The roaring side-long epic on the flip is a droning, phasing slice of psychedelia with Moloney's drums battering the tape in between long stretches of humming stasis.
  4. > Tight Grooves > Songtext von Sunburned Hand of the Man mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf lweathjerinlecatchdenvelpbablolattiaca.coinfo
  5. >Hot Sugar – God's Hand CD/LP+MP3 (Break World Records) The innovative productions of Hot Sugar (nee Nick Koenig) on the Muscle Milk and Moon Money EPs and tracks with artists including Das Racist, Kitty, Antwon, Big Baby Gandhi and the Roots helped to cement his status as one of the underground's hottest beat-makers. God's Hand is his debut.
  6. Sunburned Hand of the Man is a loose collective of experimental musicians, centered around drummer John Moloney and bassist Robert Thomas, who have been hailed as leaders of the "new weird movement. Fire Escape treads the group's usual ground, harkening back to exploratory heavyweights of the s such as Can, Popul Vuh and even the Grateful Dead.

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