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Alphabet City: Pt 2


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JOAN

 Genre: Alternative Rock
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Part 2 of our history series
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Uploaded: Feb 03, 2007 - 10:03:18 AM
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2007 - 10:06:51 AM Last Played: Sep 23, 2009 - 11:03:49 PM
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said 3911 days ago (February 3rd, 2007)
You know
That guys sculpture grew realy big. And that black sprayed silhouettes. they were everywhere. Right across the street from that gas station was an abandoned building where there was a line of people who stuck there hands with money into a hole, where they would get their herion what memories. Alphabet city and its fun fun fun
said 3911 days ago (February 3rd, 2007)
Thanks for the History Lesson
Fun squalls of Quinian noise in the background.
Willywagga said 3911 days ago (February 3rd, 2007)
crispy
Interesting, reminds me of John Cale, a bit of 'Touch & Go' on smack, Great raw urban spine riding through it. Excellent
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JOAN said 3910 days ago (February 4th, 2007)
thnx
mungo, willy and ego.

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bud said 3910 days ago (February 3rd, 2007)
This JOAN jam smacks of somethin
different - no pun intended. Maybe it's the chorussy guitar and martial beat - but I really dig the drive and focus. The history lesson is priceless - is that mick? Didn't know JOAN had deeper roots in the LES. I got a new tune up - another history lesson actually - times square.
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JOAN said 3910 days ago (February 4th, 2007)
hey bud
the other les refuge is ziVic. you may even have known him way back then. in and out of of the art world etc.

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mikkinylund said 3910 days ago (February 4th, 2007)
Your're getting better
This is f-ing great. Like watching that movie and you're the only one in the audience that laughs, and everbody turns around and look at you like you're nuts - but you don't care, because you obviously know something they don't... This is at the same level as when I first heard Velvet Underground; a healthy, unavoided injection of something new and freash. I've always loved your stuff and always will, but this is one step up in my book! Awesome story, and performance! Well deserved 10's! /Mikki
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VicDiesel said 3910 days ago (February 4th, 2007)
Come again, who?
I have no idea if this is fiction or if you are talking about real people, but it's a fascinating piece of music. Your rambling (oh, is that the way you always talk? I'm so sorry..... :-) conveys a certain atmosphere of a time and place. Where and when? The hippy 60s, the punk 70, E-80s, or really any time and place where young people try to find their place in life, I guess.

Should I say something about the music? On the whole this is more an experience than an aesthetic enjoyment, but I enjoyed the experience.

Victor.
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JOAN said 3910 days ago (February 4th, 2007)
thnx vic
yes the names were not changed... about real people in real time. and ziVic does talk all the time like this

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joan. eclectic, electric, acoustic... been together 20 years record every week. homegrown improvisational jams from the Catskills. mickeyeats guitarvocals, tre trev bass, guitar vocals, // herr merrill vocals, percussion,// wally reason, dru... [see more]

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