All posts filed under “Music

Untitled-1

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 36

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound :: This week highlight – Le Orme – Ad Glorium (1969)  :: I’m back in sunny California this week with a nice stack of LP’s and 45’s from Europe and South Africa. Holland and Belgium never fail to impress with […]

ff34

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 34

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound :: This week highlight – West – West (1968) :: Im back on the trail again with the Allah-Las this month. This time we’re traveling through South Africa, France, Belgium and The Netherlands. Hoping to find some new records […]

ghh

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 32

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound  This week Highlight ::  Harumi – Harumi (1968) This is one of those rare and forgotten records that keeps you digging deeper for more of the same. A perfect combination of experimental and pop sensibilities woven together in […]

FF31

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 31

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound  This week Highlight :: Jan & Dean – Save For a Rainy Day (1967) Although Save For A Rainy Day is filed in the Jan & Dean section, this stormy sweet release stands out among it’s sunny cousins. In […]

FF30

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 30

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound (30th set) This week Highlight :: OFEGE – Try And Love  Type in African Psych in a web browser and the most common results that pop up have to do with Zamrock, a term thrown on bands from Zambia, […]

FF29

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 29

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound (29th set) This week Highlight :: Steel Mill – Green Eyed God (1972) The first time I heard Steel Mill, I was in a car full of dirtbags on the way to Kern River. My friends iPod was plugged […]

FF28

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 28

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound (28th set) Most people know JJ Cale as the guy who wrote the song “Cocaine” and if you’re reading this chances are that you may even have one or two of his records lying around. Roots music enthusiasts […]

FF27

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 27

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound (27th set) This Week Highlight ::Vashti Bunyan – Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind – Singles And Demos (1964-1967) A few years ago, when I first got turned on to Karen Dalton and Sibylle Baier, the other […]