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  1. ‘Songs From Quarantine’, features Jeff's song "Even I Can See (demo)" and is available on Bandcamp until Friday, February 19. Proceeds benefit Music Health Alliance. was only up on Bandcamp for a week or two.
  2. Did anyone grab this set? I had been refreshing Bandcamp hoping for the page to reappear, thinking it was an error only to find out that it was only available there on Bandcamp for a limited amount of time...
  3. so, despite ordering the vinyl and CD box sets, my vinyl set e-mail came with an mp3 download of the show with the CD. after going back and forth with Kungfu, they said that was the intention (to match the digital release). anyway, i can't rip vinyl and was wondering if anyone had done a lossless needledrop of the show from the box set? unfortunately, there is no download coupon the box.
  4. yeah, but that one is part of the Roadcase show too, right? -justin
  5. hey folks. i'm currently converting my collection over to lossless (with cloud back-up!) and so i've been busying digging out all of my rarities and ripping, tagging, downloading or scanning artwork, etc. i would like to add these tracks to my collection but as i'm sure i've mentioned before, i have no vinyl equipment and even if i did, i'd have no idea how to begin ripping these tracks. i know it may not be entirely appropriate to ask on the forum, but i was wondering if anyone would be willing to do a lossless rip for me? i'd be happy to "trade" any other Wilco rarity in lossless format as well. i've purchased nearly everything (including all of the lossless downloads) and contributed to the "rarities thread." any help would be greatly appreciated and please PM me. thanks in advance. -justin
  6. so glad to hear about the "new" tracks. "Venus Stopped The Train" is not included because it does not meet the criteria of having been officially released before. Amazon (and maybe iTunes) has an option for digital booklet. I ordered the physical CDs from importcds, so I was wondering if anyone would be willing to e-mail me the digital booklet if they have it? I'm a completist and I would love to throw it in the directory with my lossless CD rips. If you can help, please PM me. -justin
  7. i wish somebody would rip some of these b-sides. are there only two? i mean, i've pre-ordered the CD from Amazon and i don't do vinyl these days, but i am an OCD completist. i guess i'll ask: does anyone have vinyl rips or the ability to do so?? -justin
  8. just found out it is Bayfront Festival Park, Duluth, MN/July 9, 2013. -justin
  9. does anyone know the date/venue for the live appearance of "Art of Almost" on this? http://www.wearecollegeradio.com/ wouldn't want to buy it for one track and have it already be part of the Roadcase downloads... -justin
  10. while the King Sunny Ade, Olatunji, Fela Kuti and Éthiopiques recommendations are all great, i am surprised to get this far and not see anything put out by Analog Africa mentioned. specifically: the first two volumes of their series documenting what many Afropop afficianodoes consider to be the best African band, Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou. i am by no means an exeprt on African music, but the first volume is the compilation that got me onto this music. there is literally nothing funkier than what was coming out of West Africa in the 1970s. Analog Africa CDs aren't cheap, but they are very high quality with massive amounts of photos and liner notes. the gentleman that owns the company and compiles these sets travels to Africa all the time and the stories he tells about tracking down these records and the interviews, etc. are worth the price alone. here are the Analog Africa compilations that i can recommend without hesitation: Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou - "The Vodoun Effect" 1972-1975 Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou - "Echos Hypnotiques" ‎ Various Artists - Legends Of Benin Various Artists - African Scream Contest -justin
  11. still looking forward to a few other things: Danny Brown, M.I.A., Bill Callahan... 20. Volcano Choir - Repave 19. Califone - Stitches 18. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris 17. Foxygen - We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic 16. A$AP Rocky - LONG.LIVE.A$AP 15. Atoms For Peace – AMOK 14. Boards Of Canada – Tomorrow’s Harvest 13. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away 12. Phosphorescent – Muchacho 11. Jim James – Regions Of Light And Sound Of God 10. Kanye West - Yeezus 9. Phoenix – Bankrupt! 8. Iron & Wine – Ghost On Ghost 7. The Flaming Lips – The Terror 6. Hiss Golden Messenger - Haw 5. Jason Isbell - Southeastern 4. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories 3. The National – Trouble Will Find Me 2. Vampire Weekend – Modern Vampires Of The City 1. Kurt Vile – Wakin On A Pretty Daze -justin
  12. ones that are still forthcoming that i've already heard: The Flaming Lips - The Terror Iron & Wine - Ghost On Ghost Phoenix - Bankrupt! Kurt Vile - Wakin On A Pretty Daze confirmed, rumored, whatever: Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires Of The City The National - Trouble Will Find Me M.I.A. - Matangi D'Angelo - James River The Roots - & Then You Shoot Your Cousin (although this could be early 2014) Elvis Costello/The Roots MGMT Kanye West? Beck? Modest Mouse? Bob Dylan - Bootleg Series, Volume 10 (and 11?) other various reissues -justin
  13. he is? then why do they allow taping and sell live shows? -justin
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