Any Love for Nick Lowe on the Board?
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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
LINK

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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)

Image: http://i.imgur.com/JdSXT.jpg width=800


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?)


Image: http://i.imgur.com/hHY40.jpg width=800


Image: http://i.imgur.com/xDr8H.jpg width=800



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

Image: http://i.imgur.com/apoQO.jpg width=800



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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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