Tags avant-jazz, post-rock/experimental, soundtrack, krautrock, wild staring psychedelic eyes
Genres experimental, krautrock, psychedelic, jazz, progressive rock (beta)
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August 26, 2012
An 11-track journey on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride featuring Sun Ra, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Popol Vuh and more. [TRT: 1:32:58]
Jammy, Noisy, Pulsing . . . I like.
Most excellent! I just happened to notice there was no mix on 8tracks titled "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride" and felt that needed to be rectified, post-haste.
Thank you, post-terran lagomorph!
Ha! I'll admit I had to look up lagomorph but it sure put a smile on my face. Btw, your video game looks pretty cool! Zelda: Link to the Past and Ultima VI are two of my favorite games ever.
Drop me a line and I'll send you a free copy! As a way to say thanks to my fave internet DJ who helps me get shit done =)
Very happy to hear you like it. Thanks!
great music to paint dark moody Art to ..
Thanks for letting me provide you a painting soundtrack!
shit, man, you brought me through 'apocalypse now' and back - heavy & heady & damn good.
it was Sir Richard Bishop that triggered hearts of darkness - damn - end of world stuff.
I love the title of that album - "While My Guitar Violently Bleeds." (!!!)
FYI Spoonhead, I just accidentally clicked the Unfollow button on ya', but I didn't mean it! And I'm back again. =)
Darkness is a song that never ends. by SpaceBunnySounds
Don't waste your time on tears.
cold grey ground, weathered, long winters, left behind, when the loud winds mask the screams
the first sunlight in days by SpaceBunnySounds
15 (mostly) acoustic tracks with female vocals for wallowing and/or drowning in autumnal malaise.
female vocalists, country & folk, singer/songwriter, autumnal malaise, melancholia
The Moon Came On, Shining Bright by SpaceBunnySounds
14 darkish tracks with female vocals for after hours listening, featuring Allysen Callery, Alessi's Ark & Lydia Lunch.
female vocalists, country & folk, singer/songwriter, vocal jazz, after dark
I'm always very careful with the needles. by SpaceBunnySounds
Everything has been pretty easy since I've learned how to be careful.
horror, george romero, martin: the count of pittsburgh, needles razor blades and vampiric intentions, there's no real magic anywhere