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Author:  Jawbreaker [ Wed May 13, 2009 1:45 pm ]
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http://decrepittapes.blogspot.com/2009/ ... ckage.html


http://sharebee.com/bc87d8a8

Author:  teepee [ Wed May 13, 2009 1:57 pm ]
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There's also a Yips 7" on that blog too...

Author:  underspecialization [ Wed May 13, 2009 8:55 pm ]
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teepee wrote:
There's also a Yips 7" on that blog too...

the rage in my cage stays mainly on the page and when i'm on stage i feeel ... oooh ahhh

i love the way gilmore writes.

Author:  szymuzak [ Wed May 13, 2009 10:52 pm ]
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thanks for the heads up on the link and the rad blog!

Author:  pale rider [ Wed May 20, 2009 1:22 pm ]
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More/longer threads about Jim Shepard, yes plz

Author:  underspecialization [ Thu May 21, 2009 7:34 pm ]
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pale rider wrote:
More/longer threads about Jim Shepard, yes plz

i didn't know jim..the music in this blog was my first experience with his recorded output (that i know of, altho i probably saw him do stuff and didn't know it was him.)

i can make correlations on some stuff i know of, but, i'm into hearing more about his influence and effect on artists and musicians from columbus if anyone has stories..

Author:  Jawbreaker [ Sun Jun 28, 2009 3:49 pm ]
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V-3 - Launchpad Explosion 2x7" (1997)

http://decrepittapes.blogspot.com/2009/ ... -1997.html

http://sharebee.com/ff1daba1

Author:  Sullen V. Hement [ Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:29 am ]
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I have two items. Once V3 were playing at Bernie's. The dopes in the audience were totally oblivious. I was sitting at a table talking to Don Howland, who wadded up a napkin and tossed it at some kid at the next table. V3 kicked into "Photograph Burns" and all of them were totally in the zone, eyes closed, heads leaned back, it was fucking awesome. That's one of my best memories of them.

One of our worst gigs when I was in the Slave Apts, we opened for V3 at this new bar Desantis opened on the corner of 11th and High called Moran's Speakeasy, a cheap attempt to pull some of the old Apollo's clientele. The stage was miniscule, tucked right up against the windows along the street. First time Nora hit the cymbal, my ear was fried for the rest of the set. We sucked, and the sound was horrible. There were only about 3 other people there besides the bands and bartender. I can't even remember V3's set.

V3 played a show at Quisno's (or whatever it was then called), on Chittenden around the corner from the old Singin' Dog with New Bomb Turks, that was a good one. Sorry I can't think of anything more to tell.

Author:  sheena b [ Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:21 am ]
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other local stuff on that blog:
nudge squidfish
vertical slit (w/ jim shephard)

anybody know who this blogger is? lots of overlap in our record collections...

Author:  Atomic Ned [ Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:27 am ]
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Sometimes you just have to wait it out.

I bought 'Photograph Burns' on CD because it seemed like the thing to do. I was the little brother who tagged along with Pale Rider on jaunts to Used Kids and Stache's and to happy hours at Out-R-Inn with Bela. I love(d) music back then that is being played on the retro "mid-90s alt-rock" satellite radio station these days. I probably listened to 'Photograph Burns' two times before putting it on a shelf (it might still be there though something tells me that it ended up back on a Used Kids shelf, $7 or so bucks cheaper than what I originally laid down for the 'major' label release). I might have seen V-3 during that time. Maybe not. I don't remember.

2012. I decided to give 'Photograph Burns' another listen (snagged from a blog) and now it all makes sense. It's music to my ears. It's a master stroke of brilliance and has set me down the endless rabbit hole of Shepard-related material. I'm honestly not sure where to start so I'm open to suggestions. There seems to be some good links in this thread that I intend on following.

Author:  cruise_elroy [ Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:18 am ]
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Atomic Ned wrote:
I'm honestly not sure where to start


http://minimumtillagefarming.blogspot.c ... -twin.html


srsly


there are other things on mtf but that's the ONE

Author:  dopeweblow [ Tue Jan 31, 2012 11:01 am ]
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Seconded, "Evil Twin" is awesome.

Songwise, "Son of Sam Donaldson" is in my top 10 songs by anybody ever:



Not sure if the links are still live because I'm at work, but this guy posted a ton of Jim Shepard stuff a while back:

http://foreverlowman.blogspot.com/

Get "Live 97" if it's still there.

Author:  Wumme Wenders [ Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:29 pm ]
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Someone needs to put "live '97" on the vinyls.

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