shogun, segura a fabriqueta do seu amigo, o playba…
como era previsto, JW entortou os pilares do autódromo paulistano, ontem.
o grosso do material apresentado foi criado ali no palco, a sangue quente… jam total!
nem parece existir setlist… um, dois, três e já.
tanto que do show de PoA pro de ontem, as músicas foram bastante alteradas… D+!
pelo menos pela TV, a platéia ficou meio desligadona do som vinha caliente da banda…
talvez à espera, apenas, de “seven nation army”… estranho.
segura as pepitas…
o cascudinho deixou PoA bem fatiada, terça passada.
segura a brutalidade (tem mais amanhã, no lolla lá… ou na TV):
da MOJO que saiu, ontem, lá fora…
The former White Stripes man fondly remembers the radio magus in new issue of MOJO.
By MOJO STAFF
JACK WHITE HAS described John Peel, who died 10 years ago on October 25, 2004, as “the most important DJ who has ever lived” and believes that his life would have taken a different course if the maverick BBC radio DJ hadn’t been so supportive of The White Stripes in their early days.“John Peel really knew what good music was.”
“It was mind-boggling to us, because we thought the only people who liked us were a few hundred people in America,” he explains in an exclusive interview in the latest issue of MOJO. “When he started playing our songs we were, like, ‘That’s unbelievable!’”
White recalls how he first met the DJ when The White Stripes were invited to record a Peel Session during the duo’s first visit to the UK in July 2001. “When I walked into [the studio] I saw him in the hallway, crying,” he tells MOJO’s Pat Gilbert. “It was because his football team had just won! I thought, ‘This guy’s amazing.’”
The two men immediately bonded over their shared love for Gene Vincent, Captain Beefheart and old blues records, and The White Stripes were invited to record another session at Peel’s home in Suffolk just four months later. “Having us in his home showed just how much he loved music,” says White, who flew from America to attend the DJ’s funeral on November 12, 2004. “He really knew what good music was.”
White also reveals that, as a parting gift at ‘Peel Acres’, the DJ gave him a copy of the Sex Pistols’ über-rare God Save The Queen on A&M.
Read the full story in MOJO 252 (November issue), available from Tuesday September 30.
lançamento em junho10, a 20 doletas!
olha as características do ULTRA Lp:
– 180 gram vinyl
– 2 vinyl-only hidden tracks hidden beneath the center labels
– 1 hidden track plays at 78 RPM, one plays at 45 RPM, making this a 3-speed record
– Side A plays from the inside out
– Dual-groove technology: plays an electric or acoustic intro for “Just One Drink” depending on where needle is dropped. The grooves meet for the body of the song
– Matte finish on Side B, giving the appearance of an un-played 78 RPM record
– Both sides end with locked grooves
– Vinyl pressed in seldom-used flat-edged format
– Dead wax area on Side A contains a hand-etched hologram by Tristan Duke of Infinity Light Science, the first of its kind on a vinyl record
– Different running order from the CD/digital version
– LP utilizes some mixes different from those used on CD and digital version