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"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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06:53 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"It's one of those albums I can't get enough of its lush even when it's minimal hopefully than when it's resigned, it's heartbreaking even when it's beautiful manages to have it looked back on the past in a way that we all back on the past where we think of things that happened in our lives that we cringe act or embarrassed or read you know just one regret but we also back on things in our past we wanna be inhabit that space again and I think Kale is doing that there of his difficult childhood being lonely and isolated but. Also finding comfort in his room and finding comfort in these songs and in music and playing the organ and connecting that we Europe, the peace and tranquility that you're ran into where French soldiers marched into war will one in Napoleon, uniforms in the same uniforms as they as they were in the Napoleonic wars and then they saw the guns exploding. Then they saw Belgium destroyed and these massive tanks that people were assembling after dragging them a thousand miles and destroying fourteen hundred year old buildings that were gone forever and people marching network thinking we're GonNa stab each other. and. It was just the end of Europe. It was the end of what Europe thought it was, and then it had to reassemble entire concept of itself and its perspective I think Kale is doing that by revisiting his past and Europe pass and tying them together and does it so beautifully and the music matches it. So perfectly, the emotions he's trying to get across and the literature and the incredible. Deafness pros that he has with saint few words. It doesn't really always tied together, but you get something out of it also duck with Senate the facts that he was able to encompass sung much that having a conversation when we're talking about large chunks of European history of world changing things that he was able to encompass Stein in a shorts. Beautiful Melancholy. Lp It's just tell me other artists who've. Certain there some white says other musicians who've been able to kind of squeezing much into little went away. Hey, the fact that he would even try to do something like that and be the fact that he pulls off. So effortlessly in such a beautiful listenable, absolutely tremendous LP words can do justice lost and a half of waste. But Not your Best, really, like you said, we're scratching the surface I think this is singularly the best Alpine that anyone related to the velvets will leave the valve is I of the equation because that's different story as you can make bold statements alive but you know I I would take this l. p. over the integrity of. Solo work it's it's stunning. It really is an gets back and it gets there just fine wine and it's tremendous perks. La I'm looking forward to even more into cows back catalogue. I love the fact that you introduced me to this album I love the fact that. I've got to find out what he did just before and just after. So I've been immersing myself I should step. Yeah as well to. This being the opioid ready well, the last couple of days I've ordered like three other LP's on. Ebay so Fair of Goat's. Troy. Go vintage violence the way. Violence. Amsterdam kills me every time. That's. Fantastic well, my huge thanks to you gentlemen for being part of this in anything you introducing this to me and. I'm glad that when I post in the love that album page saying we're GONNA be covering this that you chose to ride man I. listen to this album every died. Every week, right well, then you need to join us. Thank you. Thanks to really going out there and I encourage anyone in the love that album group. To put up a postal. You please put up pice about album set you really want to make this more inclusive and. said that this is a big favorite, his size, rival come and join us and talk about it. I. Appreciate it too I. Really appreciate. It out because I think you to this Morrison Annoy wooden of touchstone unite his first. So. We get. This was great. This resort he gets on before we are just give a quick leading audience that what's coming up on episode one, hundred, thirty eight, and this is going to be another person who's a first time he was recommended to me by color Makasi. WHO's also in the gentleman's guide to Midnight Cinema Group? He said you really ought to get in contact with this guy he knows his music and he certainly does a physical Pat Thomas, who is a writer at Drummer? He is a huge van Morrison obsessive. We're going to be talking about the van Morrison, album. Dominic preview really looking forward to talking about that. He's another guy who has a beautiful melody and with Poetic Imagery in his lyrics so. Got To be on my toes because I think. Something of a Morrison specialist. So that will be at in September giving van, Morrison, story or. I was a by fourteen fifteen I had a part time job working in a I was kind of like a cafe to extensive purposes behavioral bias in the UK and I was working the grill without day and you should come in but van Morrison and he ordered Sardines on toast. So all you made soybeans on ties to van Morrison. Worried you'RE GONNA. It was going to be sort of similar to your Robert Plant Story. Not We're not piss off because of the. It'd be fitting for someone else to tell Van Morrison back-off. Absolutely. I say like everybody says it by Jerry Lewis. Gilbert spoiled. By Morrison was very nice to me. Someone at. Once again. Huge. Thanks to both of you gentlemen for Baking this a really wonderful compensation. Thank you so much. Thank you for listeners there. Please tune into any of the other wonderful podcast into Pantheon network. Very proud to be part of it until next month look after each other be nice to each other. 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"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Even, there it's still not as over the top is some songwriters. We're giving you a budget for an orchestra manner what? He's still using his classical background is classical composition skills I'm presuming it's him that role the arrangements because he could on the L. P. on the original. LP. There's not even a list of who was on it. It just says everything's just unreal and. Strange we should talk by little positions who are now because it's I mean we will lead to earlier. But when I actually find, it was pretty much choice. HALF OF LITTLE FATE WASN'T A. Drummer from. Lithuania. Highway drama for all the years I'd be listening to it and not realizing that that was just a real shock to me. But listening to with that in mind, you can tell some of the guitar licks definitely got. So this pedal steel slide guitar. But it's all my flight. Kyle is saying hi I really like what you do that don't do it. On your moment on Macbeth but otherwise. A couple of the songs as definitely a slight I mean country is way too strong term for it, but there's a slight. So with twining knowing that is George plane that kind of thing. Okay. I can see that that makes.

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05:56 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Instead. Find Macbeth to be wonderful mix. It's almost like maybe comically black because he got that story paranoia but it's really up tempo song until you sort of actually read alert to listen to what it is that he's singing about think hanging what's he doing? Really I, just find it musically joyous and celebrate or even if it doesn't necessarily fit in the mood. The rest of it whereas grind grain is a good song, but it seems to me to be that's the one. That's the odd one out is really difficult to make code reggae workers nanny away with it doesn't it? Yeah I love I. Love Graham Greene but I get what you mean for sure and Macbeth I think when you take it lyrically. I think like you're saying it works really well and I think it's a good little pallet cleanser. Kinda stops you from feeling that sort of language that lane witness, that kind of runs through it. But at the same time for me, it's a little too blues stomp a little too pub rock in my whale way. Not, exactly my will, but he makes an John Kale anything. He lays his hands on up to a certain point I'll say. Really works I don't know if that Caribbean album works very well but. The thing we we should say by Paris nineteen nineteen as well as the it's a very short album. Most of the songs are between two three minutes. Thirty terminates the whole album that you go so. Fix around low enough for you to actually think I. See this isn't quite working if anything is quite the opposite, you were more of each song. You showed a low of restraints and so forth thinking in doing now i. think keeping the song shore in keeping a assure experience during the pair Prog rock was as apex and people praying wwl Bays who decide one night are black. You mentioned the word restraint because that fits very nicely into the next thing that I wanted to talk about and that is the orchestration used album. Now it's funny thing because until. I saw a set down to make a few notes I actually thought that there was a lot more orchestration on the album than there actually was, but is only like I think on three songs and I really thought such as the mood album presents you. It's all over the but it's not as Paris nineteen, Nineteen hanky-panky know-how and the planet Fortune Paris nineteen nineteen is basically or just string quartet with a few horns..

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05:24 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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07:19 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"If it nine that something else you might never have made the connection. You know it's true. You never saw things quite that way she knew it all and made you see things her way Macbeth is being reminded that lady Macbeth knew he should kill King Dunkin and he's paranoid for the rest of the play as we all know that story ends absolutely swimmingly. was well for everyone paranoia and anger is definitely something that's in Kale's wheelhouse in a singer songwriter era of the early time wave this either songs about let's make the world a better place. Let's stop these bad things that will bodies of doing and we just need to good old fashioned songs of paranoia as preferred to literature and History I. Mean I'm trying to think how many other songwriters the era with doing what he was doing in that regard with. So using literature and film as a solid base or European history as he has a theme across a whole album, can we go over the cast list of his album absolutely place? They're just wanted to bring out the facts. The we mentioned before that in. This is kind of a timeless album and you know you could have came three weeks ago I was going to come out and nineteen, seventy, three's. But Macbeth is probably the only track on the LP with sort of re it to a time and place. It's Israel upbeat Glam stumper which really makes me think of bands like the sweet sore maybe slade or something along those lines, which, of course, particularly in the UK you that's all I am seventy three that's forty. All biased. So that one is weirdly the need for the time contemporary sounding. So on the L. P. I would say it's the only song to me on the album that sounds like the musicians and you were going to. Talk about. The cost list as it were on the album. Members of little feat and is the only Sunday remotely sense to me like a little theme song I was actually referring to the cast list of people mentioned in in the We're talking about it being literary you get farmer John Old Hall Vague Field Marshall Old Taylor. Amanda Martha the Mama William William William Rogers which is my favorite Mr Towel to others the civil servants which kind of sounds like you'd be on Gilligan's island or something. Queen Grande. Green Columbus Macbeth and Banquo, there's so many characters I mean it's it's it's insane. I can't think of another album that has many mentions to you get a little snapshot of a person what they think or who they are or what they did. You know like Amanda Smiling Away at the end of clean of endless fortune I wonder if there's a way that he in which he was kind of signifying using various characters like that, he's alluding to certain classes of people, all layers of society. Again, throughout the the overarching theme of the LP, he's picking certain characters. Certain points in history to sort reflects the changes will have the changes would affect people were. Spitting inherited this just occurred to me off somebody I don I yeah. It's a standard I suppose for just saying I or use did. You get a little back story. You get a snapshot as I said, it's someone's life and actually yeah. Wait to it. This is what I'm coming to this over the song like Macbeth. It's more impressionistic. You have to come in sort of knowing that it's a song paranoia because it's called Macbeth. Get a little bit of an impression. It's more like I'm standing on the outside looking in at this point in time in the story, there's an old musical, some written by Broadway Songwriter Frank Lusa who? Dog Dog in Denmark and that is pretty much the story of hamlet in three minutes. And you don't need to go in knowing the story if you do then. It's done in a jazz fashion and you can enjoy, but that's more of a novelty, not the story Macbeth. It's an impression of paranoia and like a lot of this song to me is very obtuse just a couple of things where they I K-, I get what they going forward but it's more like I presume you know the story Macbeth this is my impression of paranoia because of these couple of lines, which once again, he put himself back into the first person for those other songs that I was talking about later on in. The Island he is, but he was going for more as an observer. But obviously, this subject matter of paranoia and anger is something that is fascinating to kyle is really any of the whole range of human emotions should be but maybe paranoia is not something that's explored quite as much in songwriting anger joy lust barrel day but fear Paranoia Look I'm sure that there are times both those other ones seem to be more the bedrock of what Twentieth Century Rock songwriting seems to be about I think cocaine psychosis will give you a few. Your Again. Ninety cocaine is immense. Best friend. which culminates in the lopping the head off of a chicken and causing your whole band quit. So he did all this before ozzy. Osbourne I believe actually have been I. Don't know because was probably seventy, seven, seventy eight. So probably after. John. As a bad US I think in certain circles he is, but he's way more. than. You might if instead of the OAS Bornes, you had the CAO's and it'd be just Jordan Ko and his lawyer brief half an hour reading a book looking up occasionally striking his chin, scraping nine seven nights and then reading some more join us next Time Way Joan reads another book. Doesn't sound like. The perfect sort of thing that it'd be showing like not Channel Four and England. Absolutely. One Christmas was so much like the other knows years run two seton cornel now out of all sound except distance speaking of the vices I, sometimes hear a moment before sleep. That I. can never remember whether it snowed for six days and six nights when I was twelve or whether it snowed for twelve days and twelve nights when I was six one of the other literary figures who because really mentioned with Dylan Thomas. Profess I had not read any Dylan Thomas before the. So let's read his original child's Christmas in Wales. I wanted to get an impression just to sort of say what is it that John Kyle is taken away from that for his own song. So the impression I get is still in Thomas's original old talking to young men about Christmas past not being very much of a power tree scholar not sort of poetry. I still find a lot of where I'm scratching my head over at least I'm able to take that much out of it with Christmases past involving cats and snowballs and fire and Sherry Walnuts, and bottle beer in the like listening to John Kale's story of ten minutes. Oranges bled on board ship Lens Comedy to Shane What the Hell..

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"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Guts tear. It's bit parents shit. The bugger in the short sleeves fucked my wife like you. We were talking about affair it. He swallows that line. It's such a vitriolic line, but he kinda swallows it as saying he did that front of his parents and apparently really delivered it in the in the the most annunciation you can give the Welsh accent and I just threw it to the fucking wall e slammed on the piano and he jumped around and he screamed and his parents were those fine. Most good. A Job Well Done Joan. well-done. Tantrums as a kid John. He used to write his mom letters on acid until he was on acid, she'd say what I don't know. I don't really know what has it is that's part. Is Whatever. But I think he really wanted to get a rise out of his parents think that his mom if you know his upbringing, I'm going a little off topic I guess here but but child's Christmas in Wales I, Mean Yeah Thomas Reference and also a reference to his Childhood in Wales which was by all accounts kind of lonely and you just like to stay in. His Room and read sheet music that he would check out from the library and his mom trying to guide him to become something education education education. So apparently, he didn't really have many friends and he didn't do much. He just checked out sheet like music from the library and worked on his compositions in red and it shows and you get something like this that it paid. He has a nostalgia for, but there's anger in there and there's the sense of hope of being passed the past being beyond it and moving forward. But the unknown is forward and so the past is safer to. Hold in the mind rather than the unknown and I think this album kind of is not only his fear for the future and his paranoia like we're talking about which a little less on this, win his worry about the future and so his dredging up the past is a worldly concern. It's a global concern and it's a European concern what's happening? What's what kicked off our century and what will end it you know and what will what will be in the future and I think that's all in their. Cryptic and it's not always a hundred percent direct about what era we're in. He's talking about Iraq Powell who? who was a in the sixties and seventies, right? Yeah. Yeah. At the same time, he's going back and referencing Graham Greene and the nineteen nineteen Paris accords, and so you get a really interesting and and literary sort of telling Emotional Gathering of the twentieth century seems like the with those too even though he's not spoon feeding those three songs a little bit more direct. In approach on Paris nineteen nineteen he saw says I expect you know this much and even then you still get it fear is a man's best friend and guts you can come in completely cold and sort of ood hello you don't need to know the Kevin is story to appreciate he's pissed but went off the rails and never even said anything about Kevin Ayers. Talk about feel free to to realize it now. So Kevin? Ayers is the guy who fucked kills wife the night before they played a show that was e-e-e-e-no Robert Wyatt Nico Airs Kale and the cover says it all Kayla kind of. Angrily. Looking at heirs, heirs can't look him in the high. Then they played a show together and then he wrote a song about it. and. So the bugger in the short sleeves is Kevin Ayers may thirty first nineteen, seventy, four had Kevin. Have you heard this song? The John's written about you don't want. To start. Jumping. Those songs more from his perspective the song at leases I'm interpreting on Paris nine, hundred, nineteen. That's about paranoia is done as an outsider looking in, and that's the outline at the Alvin. Macbeth..

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05:25 min | 2 years ago

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"When? He says I wish I could get to see my son again lines like that are direct. There's a lot more cryptic lines that still sort of I mean when he says the Basketball Adrianopoulos on child's Christmas in Wales that's one of my favorite lyrics ever and it's nonsense. It's like two different cities setbacks that sound great. Wish. I could see my son again like stuff like that. It's so direct it's heartbreaking, but it's not sad album either. It's an emotional album that kind of cat goes all over the place and makes you feel like you said hope and lost I think that there's an to this album and if by sort of hit the nail on the head as I to say it with the album being about change and not necessarily for the better. But whereas I think the opening song, they album child's Christmas and wiles is about sort of wistfulness for Simpler Times the academic. Album which is Antactica stotts here, and so I believe is supposed to be his tribute to sunset boulevard. That's not wistfulness for. Simpler. Times. That's just depression for recalling much better times. You're right. This is not an album that is UPTEMPO pop from the one that you alluded to burning Macbeth. is not even necessarily album but east high starts positive negative by it's to me that starts hopeful and then ends up being resigned how past France is a soldier who's on his way somewhere else he's guide to Berlin and he's presuming that. Well, there are people in Palo who know a whole lot better than me I just can't wait for this to be able to. See My son my fate is in the laps of of others, and then the Norma Desmond character is who it is Antactica starts here schoolhouse mind has windows. Now, where handsome creatures come to watch the anesthetic wearing off Antactica stotts, he wants she was watched to mind, and now she's a freak show that some of the more direct lyrics. But as he's had, there's been any. To stuff. That's right a it's a beautiful I think in this records a genius of. was done here is that you can read songs you can read the main different ways. For example, You know you're talking about Antarctica Stars here a is supposedly tribute to sunset boulevard and this by the old fading actress. But if you look at the theme of the or one of the things of the LP's you're from the changes in Europe, you know maybe you could read that as spoiled Europe's had its time things are changing things on what they are still. Over stuff. Like that, but it's there United States open some more than one reading rich against. All Right Sandra literature. Yeah. Yeah. Films I, mean that's what we're always discussing on C. Ear about different interpretations. Last month's outlaw blues as he said, sometimes it's. Sometimes, it's better to Do unto others before they do unto you. It's it's It's a it's a power annoy that that It's Kinda pulpit one thing which I say on this. Not so much like across the AC, but it's with an individual song in this case is to do with fear and paranoia and I think it's done a whole lot more directly on the fear and slide dazzle albums than it is here on Paris nineteen nineteen were talking before about this song fear is a man's best friend the opening lines of the song sit to the a standing writing for a Mantis show why one I fixed on the door, the windings killing me it's wearing me down where ready dead just getting.

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04:13 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Posed, this album is rhythmically very, very similar and it's just him same right? I'm GonNa, let my voice and the melody of my voice take your white. This is just me being Picasso playing piano because I'm not going to sing by myself that he's trying to beat the grand pianist he's selling disown by itself. There wouldn't have been anything wrong if he would have done it but he said this is what his requirement, his song that minimalist approach that something that just really appeals to me about that album and effectively it. Is My introduction at CAL because they've had that album for many many years I'd say probably thinking back they would have been great had been a fan before hearing album circuits does all right. This is different approach to the songs rather than hearing these songs and then coming back to the islands years albums all Paris nineteen nineteen, say all this is how he region late did. So the other point I wanted to quickly make that album sort of says to me very Broadway show wish you listen to this and can just. Imagine. Maybe even a Roy Shire. Rehearsal someone. Those in those films like all that Jazz. Guy. Sitting at the piano and you got dances air, they're all that strict. That's what it sounds like to me maybe even very Gilbert and Sullivan. Ish. When you listen to Paris nineteen nineteen since you're goes non Nana. Very, Gilbert and Sullivan. Show. That something that he consciously thought about but I love the fact that he's so to say, right? Well, these also people want to hear. Well, I'm going to do something different with it and once again that's my. My love of what makes it good. Live album. Yeah. After sure not like that. What's that kinks? Live? Album can't remember the name of it. Where it's the audience is louder than the song that you can't hear sunny afternoon and they just recorded audience over it wasn't real audience stay looped it. So you can hear the same like applause over and over again over top of sunny afternoon again, looking here. Because I know they recorded a live in the late seventies but there's also one that they did in the sixties. It's one out. I have a weird Spanish version of the tape and I don't remember the name of the. Title. Live at Kelvin Hall I. Think That's it. You haven't yet and I sort of wasn't interested. I'm not necessarily sure that before the advent of days pay is that how many sixty live albums cut the mustard and I know someone's going to listen to this and shake their heads and say you decade what Anyone. On the record nap can't take it back or we're going to do now is we're going to take a quick break and we're gonNA come back and talk about Paris nineteen nineteen something out because presumably if you've Dan days, that's what you want to hear is talk about that album in particular. So and we'll be back in a couple of minutes you'll listening to love it up with be in this corner, Bernie in that corner instead in the other corner..

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04:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Guitar at the end. The subject matter of kind of a first person criminals subject matter Great Barracuda such an amazing high than to have gone and Barracuda. On the same record is just wild couldn't be any different you know more than I know, and then the title track fears a man's best friend is. Such. An amazing way to start off the record slow dazzle. I. Really loved that heartbreak hotel cover which downs like prefigures like the birthday party or something like that account remember which song it is. But there's one on Helen of Troy that sends like Nick, cave and the bad seeds I'm trying to remember which one it is sudden death maybe yes. I. Think actually.

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05:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Seems to be almost more like an extension of himself rather than something that was in the stooges will have yeah. I think that's why they rejected that production right is that he produced it and then they gave it to the record company and they said we're not putting this out like this iggy pop and I can't remember the other guy but he pop and one of the Record Guy's replaced the whole thing i Kale version didn't come out until ten years ago and it sounds totally different in two thousand ten they put out somewhere around there. They put out his version and I WANNA be your dog's really different I. think he's still got a production credit. I didn't realize that they changed it because yeah I remember it coming out like a few years back. I WanNa be your dog version. I is the one that I. Go back to the most I think it kind of sounds like how Lou Reed was producing the later velvet records where Lower in the mix they call it closet mix oh. Yeah. Yeah. I think that happened a couple times to Kale I. think he also wanted to produce the talking heads was in talks with them, and then E-e-e-e-no, got it. They chose over him a one to. One of these. albums. Definitely? No. Well, the produced I mean well as in listen to them and I know them quite well, obviously the first stages l. p.. To Nico Alpay's he didn't desert shore and marble or church. Index. Sorry I. Think of him. He knows albums not just obviously the to Nico albums I think he plays the instruments on there but he brings a lot of his signed, which is obviously what you did with the the first GOP as well. But I wonder if he's one of those, we was one of those producers where he was bringing too much of himself to disable, which is why the people were becks maybe less than kind by his work in the they felt the need to change a talking head sing may be style not because they were thinking now too much cal I mean even not happy Mondays record sounds like kill you know show. Yeah..

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06:08 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"You can't miss it. Maybe the elephant in the room Kale can and should be spoken of in his own right but it's inevitable that in his early days, his was tied to Lou raid infamously head issues with each other which led to Kyle laving velvet underground. But they did record later on that songs for Driller, which is another album that by head and. Enjoy Daddy Salah. Having listened to more Kyle consorted semis, which songs are more influence with songs. Amora Lou raids influence by came from very different backgrounds. Kyle is you've said already being classically trained rate coming purely from A to walk in rock and roll background. It's amazing to me having read set kyle was the one who wanted to do all the weeds stuff and wanted to the experimentation read wanted to the more straight ahead. Pop I mean you've been. Then, you've gone inspect. Metal Machine Music this does not sound like the album that comes from the man who wanted to do just straight ahead to it was his big fuck you to the record companies I was a belief. Despite, what he may have said since I think that was probably the case because if you look at the majority of his work, doesn't go anywhere near as adventurous avangard or experimental with strangers counters who did united said that there was still some rain albums which doesn't sound like anything that anyone else is doing at the time I mean, the Lynn or maybe I, guess. A lot bill in San Very. David Bowie esque or maybe. It was but I don't think there were many people doing things what the way David Bowie was doing in. These albums transformer in Berlin and later on magic and loss the bells which I think is amazing. That's grown I'm a huge fan of I. think that's one of those that really stands out in the reads discography as I think you're talking about metal machine music and I think like Bernie said that's a big fuck you to the record company but I think he ended up listening to that record and said you know why found stuff in there he? Could pluck out and things he could use from tones and the bells and is another record that could be seen as a fuck you because it's Lou doing disco and Lou. Reed. During the sort of half s soul music but it's just wonderful and it's got nils lofgren on it and it's just a great record. It's controversial record with within his Not Controversial is like the Raven, but it's controversial amongst fans. I'm a huge fan of my machine music you know even Despite what I said is probably the read our margot biting my stash lease..

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04:54 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was absolutely blown away authority I mean I love the Elvis original but I thought this is how it should set. The tone is it's miserable and dark as the lyrics suggest Bernie said that you've sort of not really gone beyond Paris nineteen nineteen but one of his island albums if it's slowed as it is on slow gasoline. Slide as it appears on there, but the version on not music is even. Than I. Think it is on the slow deaths allowed me just re watch that clip in the last couple of days. John Kale would be declared a genius in my mind for that rearrangement alone. But years ago I remember hearing I think maybe ninety, three, ninety, four, I heard them talk on the radio and public stations here about his album fragments of a rainy season, which was basically him doing unplugged before. Unplugged became a thing is just became behind a piano with a two or three songs on guitar. I'll talk a little bit more about that album as we go along. But that was where I I sort of knew him and I bought that album really really liked hadn't plighted in gays as a result of US talking about this on the show I decided I better go and listen to some other stops I. ordered. A two CD anthologized thing all the island used stuff. So it was fear slow dazzle and Helen of Troy. What an absolute revelation that was an went back and listen to the earlier albums, the academy in Peril, which was sort of mixing pop and classical styles which given the Kale's background as experimental classical viola player sort of made some sort of sense and I believe he had he was doing classical music ensembles before he even did the velvets way into this space. To study in that's. Play with Lamont Young..

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05:16 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Bernie started the when I say you really need to come back on love that album Gimme a suggestion and you said you had Paris nineteen nineteen and I said no, I have no within about thirty seconds of giving it listen I. Say, right. That's album. That is so i WanNa know what's your origin with this album with Ko in general that was kind of amazed that you haven't heard it actually Morris well, I suppose with the Velvet. Kind of a comer them I kinda did this thing when I was about sixteen seventeen where through a friend of mine I really go into music from the mid sixty s and the whole kind of PSYCHEDELIC era I spy and I wouldn't really listen to anything post nineteen seventy-one for a few. Yes. But weirdly, I always just gloss over the valve s and I got really into a kind of west coast stars like quicksilver and Jefferson Airplane and the DAD's not to a huge extent. and. You know more obscure stuff from that period law, the Guy Rich Rock Khan stuff not period, and it was really only in my. Early. Twenties I suppose I went through. MIAMI. My sixties phase and from the sign of as much like Doug I was very much into of Indie rock and post punk kind of staff particularly with the stuff that was coming from the states of the time took in my early nineties here. So it was kind of like before random by the time Nirvana I suppose and so obviously, there was a velvet influences. You say to and all that stuff and a friend of mine who I've known him since I was probably about thirteen fourteen he's he's about ten years old the make ends he's worked in the book trade, his whole life he worked in a bookshop which are used to frequent and by science fiction novels was a teenager but we eventually got talking about music. He was a one you kept pushing valves on me. And I eventually kind of relented and then a few years later he said sport Japanese CD of their sword I need this CD anymore and he gave me Paris nineteen first our album now I'd heard and to be honest it's pretty much the only were still unfamiliar with I suppose what mid to late twenties then and he's just been a fixture since it's weird because I don't really know cows other stuff. I don't really know where it fits in with his oeuvre as it were I. Don I as an l. p. is always just really stood alone to me and b-e-n-s-o-n thing and obviously we'll get to this later but it's always struck me as very English I should say Welsh sinding album and suddenly enough my friends who passed onto me East Welsh. So he's Big Fan obviously you know obviously is not. What we start talking about the people who were involved with that played on is genesis is kind of anything but I mean, obviously there's references and so we'll get to that anyway. But yeah, I suppose mid twenties is when I heard it I on them when we were talking earlier in the year Morris, it struck me that would be a perfect album for you in a way knowing you when were tastes I thought you would be all over this conway's surprised you weren't. So here we are three points wanted to make him for guys to that knowing how broad your tastes but. Every episode that you've been on this show we've spoken about. respectively. With. Bill Fay we've spoken about markets or and there were speaking of John Kyle. We've not had a chance to do that stiff little fingers showed that you've been asking for till Bernie Yeah. We'll do that right after we do the youtube show. Knowing, that you have tastes in other areas as do I, but we've been really focusing on the singer songwriters and a certain type. A Song right on the show and been absolutely really wonderful doing these albums with you. I was Obviously Not Unfamiliar With Kelvin, Lucky guys, I was a fan of the first two velvets albums. I don't know maybe Doug if you'd seen on American TV or maybe even Ben if he'd seen on Youtube there was a TV show hosted I. Think I'd know babies in the eighties. With jazz saxophone, player Dave, Sanborn, coordinate music, and he used to have amazing musical guests come on every week. I. Think while I was still so like finding everything I could on Richard Thompson there was this clip that have been pointing my way of Richard, Thompson John, Kale Shawn, Colvin, and Joel Sonia on night music with Dave Sambu, providing saxophone, doing Kale's rearrangement of heartbreak hotel..

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thing that I heard of him recording was He did an album with bill for sell I think sometime in the nineties, which was absolutely magnificent. Really really well with getting a forgotten the name of the artist who did the front cover but it's really great stuff if you heard the bill for sale album gone just like trying to same artist. The conceptual sort of work that you get in yellow submarine. It reminds me very much of that Jim woodring. That's the one. Yes, it is. That makes sense. Yeah. He's a comic Book Guy. I've actually got a little book by Jim Woodring, which comes with CD by bill for so I will makes perfect sense doesn't it? I haven't announced what it is that we're actually heated speak about although presumably, if you've downloaded this episode, you already know but I guess a bit do it officially we're here to talk about the John cale album from. Nine hundred seventy three Paris nineteen nineteen. So what we're GONNA do we're going to take a bit of a Break Joann? We'll give you the contact details and then we'll be back to talk about John Kale in general and then Paris nineteen thousand nine in specific you're listening to love episode one, hundred and thirty seven. I got a dusty old pile vinyl records sitting on my floor. We hope you're enjoying the shy. You can find previous episodes at love that podcast dot blog spot dot com we can get along with any of the other great music discussion shows at rock and roll archaeology DOT COM. All part of the Pantheon podcast network to keep up to date subscribe to the show via apple podcasts, stitcher spotify, or your podcast APP..

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04:18 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hope you enjoy will critique and discuss albums. We don't do the song by song thing we'd like to talk about themes. We like to talk about music history we. Like to talk about the artist and I always love to have fellow music lovers come on board and join me to talk about a dozen album and today on the show I'm welcoming for the first time in quite a few years I think on this podcast, of course, speak with him every month mercy here. PODCAST is my good friend in compadres. Mr. Bernard stick well. Welcome on board. It's been a long time since we've spoken purely about music I. Think the last thing we did was we do the Judy albums GMS and that's going to be like four or five years ago you. Lord I think so yeah. Yeah. Finally you let me back own. Morris. I. Upset You last time you've forgiven me I probably Bob Dylan or something but other who are working I can just click you're out of the shuttle just remain. Doug. Badmouthing Dylan and on the other side of the world I love doing this because. So international get to meet all sorts of wonderful people for the first time in love that album I'm welcoming to the podcast Mr Doug Bussan. Welcome to the show, Doug well for me. Thank you for being head your new to this show. But for people who may be members of the gentleman's guide to midnight cinema community did no you possibly from there or being a regular contributor to the various music and film discussion facebook groups that? So give us a little bit of background to Your Passion, your love of Music I've always collected record will kid my parents had one of those big console record players it's a piece of furniture speakers at the front and actually had that until I was about twenty five in couldn't lug it around anymore was that with a record stack, it had like a compartment in the top you pull open you put the records in there it was. An automatic you know one of those that reaches over and touches and sees what's what do you have a toll venture seven inch on there they had a lot of dylan records and the doors and Zeppelin, and yes neil young and steely Dan. You know a lot of pop mainstream rock of the seventy s where I think they cut off collecting records was about nineteen eighty. It had an eight track player in it and they had One eight track which was Eric Carmen's hungry is for some reason. So that was not something I listened to a lot but I really love. But I really loved the Rodger Dean Artwork and said the album's inside horror over those in the steely Dan lyrics that I didn't really understand. But kind of was compelled by as a kid. So I loved that thing around it was thousand pounds and I loved that around from apartment to apartment just accrued. More records have my apartment. My tiny one room apartment was just records for a long time and that was in Kentucky and I actually ended up doing something that would never do again, which is selling almost all of my records in order to help fund a move because I wanted to Eastern Kentucky and moved to Minneapolis, which cost a little more money than living in Richmond did. So that was a move I regret on a daily basis. Not The move selling records have you been spending all these years trying to buy them all back? Some of them I was never allowed to discretion to kid about what I bought. So I don't really WanNa buy those journey records that had. Or foreigner or anything I missed a lot of those records that I had especially the ones I collected in through the nineties when I started getting into more indie rock and of unguarded rock and stuff like that. So all my Roxy Music Ivory collected in Smith's stuff that was childhood you know I think we started having compensation the love that album group will make it. On Your own paycheck probably on the rampage about love of Elvin, Jones because you've been getting, you've been doing over the last few months one of those ten records in ten day challenges but you just kept going and now were you went one hundred and fifty hundred and sixty or something like that, and you posted something. Elvin. Jones out this is the guy for me. Yeah Oh I love Elvin Jones is solo stuff. It's all over the place, but I'll even go with him to you know new agenda and that sort of when he gets a little more far out there, I really like everything he's done pretty much. He's already pepper stuff specifically which you recommend I get into and I still haven't done that in the last month or so. But yeah, we'll follow up on that I think the last.

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

"john cale paris" Discussed on Pantheon

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