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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby Mr.K » Tue Apr 14, 2015 7:09 am

shadowplay wrote:Lena Platono - Shadows of Bloodor what ever this translates as from Greek; Αιμάτινες Σκιές Από Απόσταση


This is INCREDIBLE!
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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby kosmonautmayhem » Tue Apr 14, 2015 10:07 am

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Tue Apr 14, 2015 11:03 pm

Mr.K wrote:
shadowplay wrote:Lena Platono - Shadows of Bloodor what ever this translates as from Greek; Αιμάτινες Σκιές Από Απόσταση


This is INCREDIBLE!


Yeah it's blown my mind. I didn't realise the link I made was different/longer to the album version and now I need this version really bad, sadly it was 100 copies only and it's nosebleed enducingly expensive but I've managed to get one through phoning around at a price I'm OK with.

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Wed Apr 15, 2015 2:29 am

Bourbonese Qualk - Lies (Ancient Methods Remix) with a shot of The Last Words of Hassan Sabbah.

I am loopy for this and the Ancient Methods re-editof the original (they just make it longer)

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby fakeplasticdreams » Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:45 am

Not sure if this was already mentioned here, but i just stumbled upon this band called Enablers, they do this kind of spoken word over Slint/Fugazi like tunes


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUj7FoetcrQ
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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Tue Jun 30, 2015 4:52 am

Elysia Crampton - Moth ft. Money Allah incredible life affirming seven inch on Boomkat editions (digital too if you don't do vinyl). I've been waiting for someone to upload a linkable upload so I could share it.

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby FightingPlankton » Tue Jun 30, 2015 5:10 am

emiliee autumn has several spoken word poems she put music to. IDK if that counts.
also...pretty much every song by cake and king missile ;)
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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby PorkyPrimeCut » Thu Jul 02, 2015 2:32 am

So, some 25 years after first hearing it I realised yesterday that the letter shouted out in the middle of the Pixies song, Cactus, are P...I...X...I...E...S.

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby Plumerai » Thu Jul 02, 2015 5:16 pm

Jacqueline Taieb - 7 Heure du Matin
https://youtu.be/guADTFlEHJE
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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby windmill » Fri Jul 03, 2015 4:11 pm

Plumerai wrote:Jacqueline Taieb - 7 Heure du Matin
https://youtu.be/guADTFlEHJE


It's a classic isnt it !!!

No idea what its about tho'
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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby millarman9111993 » Sat Jul 04, 2015 2:32 pm

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Thu Jul 09, 2015 2:24 am

Sergius Golowin ‎– Lord Krishna Von Goloka (73) is a whole album of spoken word kosmische folk wonder. Recorded by a full on Afghan clad kosmic super gruppe incorporating Klaus Schulze of the mighty Ash Ra Tempel and prog folk acoustic alchemists Bernd Witthuser and Walter Westrupp (fresh from dropping the great Trips + Träume), all marshalled by Ohr honcho and all round production machine Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser.

I remember pulling this out a cardboard box marked KRAUT some time in the early/mid 80's, I thought it might have been an orphan from a classical box because the sleeve had that dressed down 70's classical look about it and I'd recently bought my first terrible 70's German record by Gomorrah and was a wee bit worried I'd already bought all the good stuff but flipping it over revealed a Sergious being blasted with some heavenly light and when when I spied with my psychedelic eye the name Klaus Schulze and recognised the Die Kosmischen Kuriere label (which later morphed into Ohr) I knew I was sailing into a safe harbour. Later on I bought another pressing of this which came in a kaleidoscopic neo Egyptian sleeve laced with magic mushrooms with a big QUADROPHONIC sticker on the front which was maybe a clearer visual indicator of where this Mellotron sorcery is intended to take you.

I've little clue what Golowin is going on about her since my German isn't up to much, it may or may not enhance the experience, for me not knowing what he's rabbiting on about (other than the Krishna bit) adds to the magick.

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Fri Jul 10, 2015 2:21 am

Oh dear, no love for Sergius Golowin, I'm missing Ex Lion Tamer, he'd have been on this train for sure.

Anyway...

Something old

Diamanda Galas - This Is The Law Of The Plague Not really a record for playing around your pets, weirdly I was filling up the other day (up in the middle of nowhere) and this was playing in the car at the next pump, obviously the woman playing it rejected the Top Gear Seriously Cool* Driving Music (*letter in the post to Trading Standards) CD next to the till.

Something new

Prurient - Greenpoint this elpee is almost overwhelming to listen to in one bite, amazing stuff.

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby shadowplay » Thu Jul 30, 2015 8:38 am

windmill wrote:
Plumerai wrote:Jacqueline Taieb - 7 Heure du Matin
https://youtu.be/guADTFlEHJE


It's a classic isnt it !!!

No idea what its about tho'


FYI there's an excellent vinyl comp of her singles out at the moment. 300 only so they won't last long.

Jacqueline Taieb - The Swinging Mademoiselle

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Re: Spoken Word in songs.

Postby s_mcsleazy » Sun Aug 02, 2015 6:51 pm

i cant remember if i posted this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90GVrwiE-8Y
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