My man! It’s great to her that voice again. A return to form after the departure of Marvelous Clouds. I have to admit, the solo toward the end left me missing Deaner, but it’s nice to get some Ween-esque tunes anyway. Looking forward to more.
I grabbed Oneohtrix Point Never, Built to Spill, Otis Redding, and Gram Parsons. My favorite find was not an RSD release, it was Harry Nilsson’s John-Lennon-produced Pussy Cats in near mint condition. Much Mango.
I can’t walk away, you can’t walk away, lwd can’t walk away
“We also elected not to include a handful of his great collaborations and some of his live records, though all are worth checking out.”
It’s better than I ever even knew
Wow, what a mammoth output to review. Similar to the above, I have neglected to visit many of these records (especially those from the 90s-00s), but I’m partial to St. Dominic’s Preview. Listen to the Lion is one of my favorites of all time of Van’s. I love the less structured, seemingly stream-of-consciousness in the emulation of the other Morrison, Jim. It appears quite frequently throughout Saint Dominic’s Preview. Astral Weeks, His Band and Street Choir are also solid. I must say, I need to revisit veedonfleece and Moondance again to round out my palate. Thanks for the feature!
Love you guys.