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No Guts, No GloryOver a journey spanning nearly a quarter-century, moe. has let their knack for dynamic, democratic improvisation influence nearly every facet of the
band's existence. In concert, they stretch the boundaries of their source material into intricate, set-long suites where distinct songs seamlessly segue into
one another in exhilarating fashion.
Behind the scenes, moe. continues to evolve - to test their musicianship and songwriting while growing as an ensemble - by applying the same
resourcefulness and willingness to take risks to their studio recordings. Their new album, fittingly titled No Guts, No Glory, finds moe. at their most inventive, infectious, and resilient.1. Annihilation Blues
2. White Lightning Turpentine
3. This I Know
4. Same Old Story
5. Silver Sun
7. Little Miss Cup Half Empty
8. Blond Hair And Blue Eyes
9. Do or Die
10. The Pines And The Apple Tree
11. Billy Goat
12. Hey O
13. Mar De Ma
14. Runaway Overlude
+$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Tin Cans And Car TiresLimited Edition Colored Vinyl
Tin Cans and Car Tires is moe.'s second release and features the band's new drummer, Vinnie Amico, who had taken over the position from Chris Mazur in 1996.
For Tin Cans and Car Tires the band enlisted the help of producer John Alagia, whose work with the Dave Matthews Band proved that it's possible for the modern jam band to effectively capture their live sound in the studio. Engineering the project was tech-whiz John Siket, whose eclectic resume includes indie jammers Yo La Tengo, mid-fi Aussie rockers You Am I and genre kingpins Phish.1. Stranger Than Fiction
2. Spaz Medicine
5. Hi & Lo
6. Plane Crash
7. Letter Home
8. Big World
9. Again And Again
11. Happy Hour Hero
12. Queen Of The Rodeo$32.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Quine TapesThe Velvet Underground's revolutionary mix of boundary-breaking sonic extremism and transgressive lyrical content changed the face of rock 'n' roll forever. It was on stage that the band's unprecedented vision truly came to life. But the band never made any official live recordings, leaving fans with the small handful of live Velvets tapes that have emerged over the years. Undeniably, the most comprehensive and compelling embodiment of the Velvet Underground's live brilliance is the bountiful cache of 1969 tapes recorded by Velvets fan and future alt-rock guitar icon Robert Quine (who would go on to play with the Velvet Underground's leader Lou Reed more than a decade later).
The Velvet Underground - The Quine Tapes is a definitive document of the live Velvet Underground. Captured on tape by Quine in San Francisco and St. Louis between May and December of 1969, the recordings feature the Velvet Underground's final lineup of Reed, guitarist Sterling Morrison, drummer Moe Tucker and bassist Doug Yule. The material includes incendiary performances of such seminal Velvets standards as I'm Waiting for the Man, What Goes On, Sunday Morning, Femme Fatale, White Light/White Heat, Venus in Furs, Heroin, New Age, The Black Angel's Death Song and Rock and Roll. Also included is a rare performance of the Follow the Leader, an original song which the band never officially released, as well as stunningly different versions of the epic Sister Ray.
These historic Velvet Underground performances are now available on vinyl for the first time ever. To commemorate the occasion, Sundazed Music has designed a lavish six-LP box set, with the discs packaged in three separate gatefold jackets and contained in a deluxe slipcase. The package features incredible new cover art commissioned especially for this vinyl release, plus rare photos, Verve label repro's, poster/handbill inserts, and detailed liner notes by Rolling Stone's David Fricke. In keeping with Sundazed's usual exacting standards, this set has been newly mastered by Bob Irwin from the original source material and is perfectly pressed on high-definition virgin vinyl.
1. I'm Waiting For The Man (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
2. It's Just Too Much (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
3. What Goes On (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
4. I Can't Stand It (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
5. Some Kinda Love (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
6. Foggy Notion (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
7. After Hours (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
8. I'm Sticking With You(The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
9. Sister Ray (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 7, 1969)
10. Sunday Morning (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 9, 1969)
11. Follow The Leader (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 27, 1969)
12. Femme Fatale (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 7, 1969)
13. White Light/White Heat(The Matrix, San Francisco, December 1, 1969)
14. Venus In Furs (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 1, 1969)
15. Heroin (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 23, 1969)
16. New Age(The Matrix, San Francisco, November 24, 1969)
17. Sister Ray Part 1 (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 3, 1969)
18. Sister Ray Part 2 (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 3, 1969)
19. The Black Angel's Death Song (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 23, 1969)
20. Over You (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 25, 1969) I'm Waiting For The Man (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 27, 1969)p>
21. Rock And Roll(The Matrix, San Francisco, November 25, 1969) Ride Into The Sun (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 24, 1969)
22. Sister Ray/Foggy Notion Part 1 (Washington University, St. Louis, May 11, 1969)
23. Sister Ray/Foggy Notion Part 2 (Washington University, St. Louis, May 11, 1969)$109.99Vinyl LP Box Set - 6 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Over-Nite SensationMastered from the Original Analog Master Tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering by Chris Bellman
Love it or hate it, Over-Nite Sensation was a watershed album for Frank Zappa, the point where his post-'60s aesthetic was truly established; it became his second gold album, and most of these songs became staples of his live shows for years to come. Whereas the Flo and Eddie years were dominated by rambling, off-color comedy routines, Over-Nite Sensation tightened up the song structures and tucked sexual and social humor into melodic, technically accomplished heavy guitar rock with jazzy chord changes and funky rhythms; meanwhile, Zappa's growling new post-accident voice takes over the storytelling. While the music is some of Zappa's most accessible, the apparent callousness and/or stunning sexual explicitness of Camarillo Brillo, Dirty Love, and especially Dinah-Moe Humm leave him on shaky aesthetic ground.
Zappa often protested that the charges of misogyny leveled at such material missed out on the implicit satire of male stupidity, and also confirmed intellectuals' self-conscious reticence about indulging in dumb fun; however, the glee in his voice as he spins his adolescent fantasies can undermine his point. Indeed, that enjoyment, also evident in the silly wordplay, suggests that Zappa is throwing his juvenile crassness in the face of critical expectation, asserting his right to follow his muse even if it leads him into blatant stupidity (ironic or otherwise). One can read this motif into the absurd shaggy-dog story of a dental floss rancher in Montana, the album's indisputable highlight, which features amazing, uncredited vocal backing from Tina Turner and the Ikettes. As with much of Zappa's best '70s and '80s material, Over-Nite Sensation could be perceived as ideologically problematic (if you haven't got the constitution for FZ's humor), but musically, it's terrific. -Steve Huey1. Camarillo Brillo
2. I'm The Slime
3. Dirty Love
5. Zomby Woof
6. Dinah-Moe Humm
7. Montana$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Moe's Curried SoulCurried Soul
You Are My Sunshine
Lil Bitty Pretty One
High Heel Sneakers
Cantelope Island$13.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
I Feel So Far Away: Anthology 1974-1998As one quarter of one of the most influential bands of the 20th century, Maureen Moe Tuckers work in the Velvet Underground created a template for all rock drummers that followed. Even today, Moes primal, tribal rhythms can be heard in countless songs from artists around the globe. Her no-nonsense style, spare kit, no drum stool, almost no cymbals, conveyed an urgency and an honesty that was the foundation of the bands sound. In a patchouli-soaked world of 20 minute double-bass drum solos, Moe kept it simple, direct and to the point. As Lou Reed put it, Shes the driving force. The hardcore heart of the Velvets mindset.
Following her tenure with VU, Moe emerged as a solo artist, building a body of work that stretched over three decades. Ranging from home recordings to collaborations with members of Sonic Youth, Violent Femmes, Half-Japanese and her former band, the songs cover a gamut of styles but all bear the unmistakable thumbprint of their creator. Released by various independent labels on LPs, EPs, singles and compact discs, collecting her catalog has been a daunting task. This compilation finally gathers those far-flung tracks in one place.
More than just a drummer, Moe is a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, bass, sax, keyboards, harmonica and whatever else the song might need. For prime examples of her DIY recording technique, check out her rendition of Chuck Berrys Around and Around from her debut LP Playin Possum. Recording that album at home on a four-track tape recorder allowed Moe to reconnect with her rock roots and eventually led to a return to live performing.
Moving to Douglas, Georgia as a single mother in the early 80s greatly impacted her songwriting. Themes of workaday blues and tough times are reflected in songs like Spam Again and Thats B.A.D. Loss is also a recurring topic, as in Andy, a touching tribute to the late Andy Warhol. However, it is not all darkness and melancholia. Bursts of exuberance in songs like Hey Mersh! and her loving cover of Bo Diddley radiate infectious joy. Moe also faces the VU legacy head on, reinterpreting seminal tracks like Heroin, Im Waiting for the Man, Pale Blue Eyes and Im Sticking with You and making them her own. Of all the former Velvets, Moes solo work is perhaps the most direct continuation of the bands sound and structure. She never lost her love for pure, lean rock and roll.
This collection has been mastered by Sundazeds Bob Irwin and includes notes by David Fricke. Available on three LPs, Sundazed is honored to present this first-ever career anthology for an uncompromising artist of remarkable tenacity and vision.1. Bo Diddley
3. Slippin and Slidin
4. Around and Around
5. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
5. Im Sticking With You
7. Guess Im Falling in Love
9. Hey Mersh!
10. Pale Blue Eyes
12. Talk So Mean (alternate mix)
13. Fired Up (single version)
14. Too Shy (single version)
15. Thats B.A.D.
17. Blue, All the Way to Canada
18. Then He Kissed Me
19. Im Not
20. Im Waiting for the Man
21. Spam Again (live)
22. Crackin Up
23. Ive Seen Into Your Soul
24. Poor Little Fool
25. I Wanna
26. To Know Him is to Love Him
27. Last Night I Said Goodbye to My Friend
28. After Hours$49.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Yes We Can-Can/ Whip It1. Yes We Can-Can
2. Whip It$8.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
Willennium180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Includes 4-Page Insert With Credits
Featuring Wild Wild West, Will 2K, La Fiesta, Pump Me Up Featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff
The Willennium album was only the second solo studio album by the then already famous actor, rapper Will Smith. Recorded with various producers and with his former collaborator DJ Jazzy Jeff, the album was a commercial success. It reached #5 on the US Billboard 200 and was certified multi-platinum by the RIAA. Willennium also reached the top ten on the UK Albums chart and was successful in other regions.
At the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards, the music video for the single Wild Wild West received nominations for the Video of the Year, Best Video from a Film and Best Choreography awards. Smith won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist at the 27th American Music Awards in January 2000.
The single Wild Wild West was the theme song to Will Smith's 1999 same titled summer blockbuster movie and samples Stevie Wonder's I Wish and Kool Moe Dee's Wild Wild West old school hip/hop track. Will 2K sampling The Clash's Rock The Casbah and Freakin' It were also released as singles.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine described Willennium on AllMusic positively as gaudy, giddy, infectiously silly, and proudly over-the-top praising the album for featuring bright, joyful party music that celebrates its big beats and big hooks.
The Willennium album enjoyed success as an energetic and artistically diverse album.LP 1
1. I'm Comin'
2. Will 2K
3. Freakin' It
4. Da Butta
5. La Fiesta
6. Who Am I
7. Afro Angel
8. So Fresh
1. Pump Me Up
2. Can You Feel Me?
6. No More
8. Wild Wild West
9. The Rain$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Fatboy (Out of Stock)Limited, Numbered Edition
Moe. is rereleasing their first studio album on vinyl to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Fatboy was originally produced in 1992, then remastered in 1999. The album was recorded by the original moe. lineup: Rob Derhak, Al Schnier, Chuck Garvey, and Ray Schwartz. This is a limited edition piece, numbered 1 - 3000. Features classic songs that the band is still performing at their shows: Y.O.Y., Long Island Girls Rule, Dr. Graffenberg, Don't Fuck With Flo, Yodelittle, Spine of a Dog, Sensory Deprivation Bank, The Battle of Benny Hill.1. Y.O.Y.
2. Long Island Girls Rule
3. Dr. Graffenburg
4. Don't Fuck With Flo
6. Spine Of A Dog
7. Sensory Deprivation Bank
8. The Battle Of Benny Hill$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock