Friday, February 27, 2009

Friday Night Anarchy!!

I haven't posted one of these in a while but I am tonight. Fuck the news! Let's party! I'm going to smoke so much herb tonight that my garage is gonna look like a foggy Seattle morning! No better way to kick off a psychedelic party evening than with some Ozric Tentacles. CharlieDelta and kerrcarto, this is psychedelic hippie prog rock. You've been warned. Cheers!


Stonemason said...

I finally figured out why y'all post music once in a while, I burned out this week, I can't do the politics for a while, so I too posted some music, a nice spot of Flyers hockey, and some old swimming.
Then, more music later.

Thanks for helping me understand that it can not be all political all the time!

kerrcarto said...

Burn it up! We are playing Karaoke Revolution on the X-box as we speak.

CharlieDelta said...

Instrumentals are bitchen. Nice pick Paul!

I don't know WTF I would do without music, but my liver would be in better shape if politics would fuck off for once...

Music is sanity!

Anonymous said...

Dude, cool! Glad you liked it. I swear I've made more friends with Ozric Tentacles tunes than any other band. They have something like 15 albums I shit you not!!! I have 8 of them.

labcat said...

omg wtf? a cross between dream theater and jethro tull. good stuff. never heard of 'em.

Anonymous said...

I've heard that Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy is an Ozrics fan, but I don't know if there has been any collaboration between the two groups. Ozric Tentacles has been around since the mid- to late-1980s. I started listening to them around 1993. All of their back catalogue has been rereleased so you should have no trouble picking up some of their stuff online. You won't find anything in a record store, unless it's used.

Dan O. said...

As a matter of fact I just bought my 3rd Ozric Tentacles CD at BuyBacks (our local used cd/dvd/games store) yesterday.

I discovered them by listening to the Cleveland State University radio station at work. Very cool stuff.

Tangerine Dream and Hawkwind are some other fine examples of this genre. Hawkwind adds in occasional and unnecessary vocals, but the music is excellant.

Other CD purchases yesterday include Joe Satriani and a live Allman Brothers Band CD.

Rock on!

Anonymous said...

Hey, cool Dan O. Glad to find another Ozrics fan out there!

I don't know which Allman Brothers live CD you bought but I highly highly recommend Live at the Fillmore East. It's a double-CD and it fucking rules!!

Dan O. said...

The Allman Brothers Band "2nd Set", recorded in Georgia, early '90's.

I'll keep my eye out for the Fillmore CD. I pretty much only but used anymore. Buy Backs has a 7 day return policy, though I've never had to use it.

I also buy used from 3rd person through Some really good deals.