Friday, March 25, 2016
What about Bob?
Was browsing the Other Music website I saw that there's a Replacements LP box coming out next week showcasing the Minneapolis-based band's Sire years — Tim (1985), Pleased to Meet Me (1987), Don’t Tell A Soul (1989), and All Shook Down (1990).
The video above is from the Twin/Tone years... the video is from September 1981... and features a handful of songs from their debut release, Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash. (The Twin/Tone YouTube page has five other videos from this show.)
And Bob Stinson (RIP) was a great guitar player.
Posted by Grieve at 5:00 PM
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The Twin-Tone box came out last year.
Check out this vid of Color Me Impressed from '83. Bob at his best.
Do you ever listen to anything current?
Yes 7:38! I know you're trolling... In any event, I like the new Holy Motors EP. And Japanese Breakfast. And HÆLOS. And School of Seven Bells. And Pony Time (I posted their video on March 11.)
I usually try to mix up newer and older bands with the video every Friday at 5.
No need to explain yourself. Troll is definitely a newbie on this blog and the nabe. Readers of this blog know that you post vids, old and new. What the troll means of current is their goddess and ambassador Tay to the Tay.
The new biography by Bob Mehr is a great read!!!: http://www.amazon.com/Trouble-Boys-True-Story-Replacements/dp/0306818795
It rekindled my Replacements obsession. I've been listening to them non-stop for the last week since I finished reading it!
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