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  • February 09, 2006 18: 09 schlarb: yes! some DJ Cam. man, that brings back pre-internet memories of looking for his stuff. the first thing i had by him was that DJ Cam - Underground Live Act CD. man i used to rock that and some ol 'jeru the damaja stuff too. memories.

    Move to this (Music (For Robots))

  • August 25, 2005 17: 36 schlarb: funny/awful ... awfully funny? ah, novelties!

    What Is It Robot? (Music (For Robots))

  • Comments (2) schlarb: nice to see the Castanets getting some love. the art and music on this record are rediculous. this is such a great song. just about any way that it's performed ... this being the most electronic-y/ambient of all the versions ...

    Though I Stray and I Struggle (Music (For Robots))

  • September 01, 2005 19: 42 schlarb: not bad at all. but not worth turning off some Bill Evans for ...

    the first state of mind (Music (For Robots))

  • February 26, 2005 10: 37 schlarb: oh! and blair! very nicely researched and hypertext-laden post! it's funny but a lot (A LOT) of people don't know that Sufjan played drums and sang on 1942 by Soul-Junk which was released by Sounds Familyre (Daniel Smith's record label).

    Not one to shy away from a challenge (Music (For Robots))

  • Comments (1) schlarb: nice to see some of Acey/Blowed action on here. just to clarify though he doesn't run Project Blowed. my man Ben Caldwell's space at the KAOS network is used and J-Smoov has been one of the main organizers for as long as I can remember. nitpicking huh?

    more lemon for that scraped knee (Music (For Robots))

  • April 15, 2005 17: 44 schlarb: elvin (NOBODY) is a good guy and has turned me on to a few AMAZING records (i.e. Les McCann's Layers). regarding this track: it's a decent tune (that doesn't move much) but his remake of Porpoise Song by the Monkees was/is thing of beauty; actually besting the original.

    Who's There? (Music (For Robots))

  • February 26, 2005 03: 43 schlarb: re: Soul-Junk chronology: all of the full length records run in ascending order from 1950 through, most recently, 1958. conversely all the EP's run in decending order from 1949 through, again most recently, 1937.

    Not one to shy away from a challenge (Music (For Robots))

  • Comments (4) schlarb: solid stuff! chad v.g. rocks the spot. clinically dead is the greatful jam. werd.

    The motor inside my head was still working (Music (For Robots))

  • May 23, 2005 20: 21 schlarb: yeah. this is a good track. who knows maybe melodies are making a comeback ...

    the Impala was a real score (Music (For Robots))


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