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Any Love for Nick Lowe on the Board?
Posted by VOR on 4/22 at 9:55 pm
Brinsley Schwarz
Rockpile

And his solo work.

LINK

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Posted by Kafka on 4/22 at 9:58 pm to VOR
I've posted the Brinsleys and Rockpile in the non-Phish thread

what more is expected of me



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Posted by Dandy Lion on 4/22 at 9:58 pm to VOR
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Posted by VOR on 4/22 at 10:00 pm to VOR
I must be drunk. Having trouble posting.

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Posted by VOR on 4/22 at 10:02 pm to VOR
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Posted by VOR on 4/22 at 10:05 pm to Kafka
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what more is expected of me


You ARE the man, holmes.



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Posted by Kafka on 4/22 at 10:24 pm to VOR
Brinsley Schwarz on German TV (March 6, 1975)



Very rare clips from an otherwise lost Rockpalast appearance by the kings of Pub Rock. These clips only survived because they were rerun on a morning TV show a few days later. The hostess and panelists are clearly having the time of their lives.

The highlights of this brief set are the Brinsleys' classic riff on Sweetheart-era Byrds, "Country Girl", and an early performance of a recent composition by bassist Nick Lowe, a little ditty called "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding".

"Country Girl"
"Love Is Gone"
"(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding"
"Range War"
"Run Rudolph Run" (why is Chuck Berry's Christmas classic on a show from March?)







A pic from a wild appearance on Dutch TV. Unfortunately the classic if chaotic clip this comes from was removed from YouTube




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Posted by Kafka on 4/22 at 10:28 pm to Kafka
A nice track from just a couple of years ago

"Stoplight Roses"



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Posted by wm72 on 4/22 at 11:33 pm to VOR
I like Nick Lowe. My only criticism is a slight one, simply that I tend to like a lot of the early seventies country influenced rock bands a bit more than Brinsley Schwartz and a ton of laid back power pop more than his solo stuff and Rockpile.

He kind of became a hugely trendy icon for a lot of the newer powerpop bands of 2005-2009 that I always thought was slightly overblown.




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Posted by cigsmcgee on 4/23 at 12:17 am to VOR
"jesus of cool" is a fantastic album. dont really care that much for rockpile, or the his other solo stuff.

I Love My Label

he produced the first few elvis costello records, and the Damned debut. all great stuff. all around badass.



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Posted by Kafka on 4/23 at 12:34 am to cigsmcgee
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dont really care that much for rockpile


The Dave Edmunds albums Lowe worked on are great. But I admit, the one studio album actually credited to Rockpile is kind of disappointing.

Lowe also produced the first Graham Parker album, one of the greatest debuts ever



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Posted by VOR on 4/23 at 7:37 am to Kafka
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the one studio album actually credited to Rockpile is kind of disappointing.


I supppose. Although . . . "Teacher, Teacher" . . .



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Posted by VOR on 4/23 at 7:43 am to Kafka
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a recent composition by bassist Nick Lowe, a little ditty called "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding".


A fact unknown to many people.

Saw Lowe perform acoustically on tv recently (forget on what program). Pretty nice catalog.



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Posted by AlxTgr on 4/23 at 8:00 pm to VOR
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Brinsley Schwarz
I posted some in the first week of the Music Board I think.

Never ever get tired of Cruel To Be Kind.

I'll post Girls Talk and Hold On for the hell of it.



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Posted by nm1230 on 4/23 at 8:36 pm to VOR
I've always like the "Little Village" record. That's a group he had with John Hiatt, Ry Cooder, and JIm Keltner.

The whole record has a really unique sound. A bit dated now but still really cool.



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Posted by VOR on 4/24 at 7:29 am to nm1230
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I've always like the "Little Village" record. That's a group he had with John Hiatt, Ry Cooder, and JIm Keltner.


Good call I bought that in L.A. when I lived there. Played it a lot.



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Posted by VOR on 4/24 at 7:42 am to AlxTgr
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I'll post Girls Talk and Hold On for the hell of it.


Can't go wrong with that.

BTW, if a thread discussing Brinsley Scharz, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds and Ian Gomm goes into multiple pages, I'll have a whole new respect for the music board.


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Posted by AlxTgr on 4/24 at 9:11 am to VOR



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Posted by HeadyBrosevelt on 4/24 at 9:49 am to AlxTgr
Jesus of Cool is pretty good


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Posted by Kafka on 4/25 at 1:14 am to VOR
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if a thread discussing Brinsley Scharz, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds and Ian Gomm goes into multiple pages, I'll have a whole new respect for the music board


We're so very, very close...





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