zondag 8 november 2009

Deep in a dream



Deep in a Dream: An Evening with the Songs of David McComb. Buy it here : http://loveinbrightlandscapes.com/new/store.

Description as found on this site : A live album of remarkable interpretations of the late David McComb's songs. Featuring The Blackeyed Susans' only available collection of live recordings, the previously unreleased costar song The Good Life Never Ends and a reading of the David McComb poem Behind the Garages of This Country by Sean M Whelan. Recorded at the overwhelmingly successful benefit show at Melbourne's Corner Hotel in June 2008. 100% of proceeds of the CD will be used for the making of the documentary on David McComb - Love in Bright Landscapes.

The description is not completely correct as of course a Blackeyed Susans live album exists and is posted here : http://triffidsbeach.blogspot.com/2008/01/blackeyed-susans-some-night-somewhere.html

Tracks on this album are :

1. Ocean of You (The Blackeyed Susans)
2. A Curse on You (The Blackeyed Susans)
3. Raining Pleasure (Charles Jenkins)
4. Spanish Blue (Shackelton)
5. 25 to 5 (Shackelton)
6. Red Pony (Diving Bell)
7. Tender is the Night (Diving Bell)
8. Behind the Garages of this Country (Sean M Whelan & The Mime Set)
9. Lonely Stretch (The Mime Set )
10. In the Pines (The Blackeyed Susans)
11. Blackeyed Susan (The Blackeyed Susans)
12. Jimmy (The Blackeyed Susans)
13. The Good Life Never Ends (The Blackeyed Susans)

As you should all buy it (highly recommended and must for all triffheads), I only post one song as a teaser and introduction (and highlight) of the cd.

http://rapidshare.com/files/304202689/Diving_bell_-_red_pony.mp3

4 opmerkingen:

Darren zei

This looks a tasty treat indeed. BTW the link on the Some Night, Somewhere post is dead.

triff zei

O Darren, I wasn't aware. I haven't got too many problems yet with dead links sofar. I have the cd so I'll try to post it again in the near future.

Darren zei

You're a star.

Barbican bound zei

Looks like Triffids are doing the Secret in the shape of a song show in London in April

http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event-detail.asp?ID=10108