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The Ox Ban Cry Mix

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Andy Mackay  Ride Of The Valkyries  buy on itunes
Claude Delcloo/Arthur Jones  Africanasia  buy on itunes
Sebadoh  Temporary Dream  buy on itunes
The Lilys  Hymn  buy on itunes
Photon Band  Saturn Returns  buy on itunes
The Ladytron (USA)  Dainty Wayne  buy on itunes
Bongwater  His New Look  buy on itunes
Arthur Lee  Five String Serenade  buy on itunes
Jack Nitzsche  St. Giles Cripplegate #5  buy on itunes
The Kinks  The Village Green Preservation Society  buy on itunes
Stiv Bators  Circumstantial Evidence  buy on itunes
Brian James  Ain't That A Shame  buy on itunes
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Side B
Plastic People Of The Universe  Prsi Prsi (It's Raining)  buy on itunes
Sadistic Mika Band  Okinawa (Strange Fish)  buy on itunes
Sonny Sharrock  Hit Single (Space Ghost Theme)  buy on itunes
Chris Spedding  Guitar Jamboree  buy on itunes
Billy Riley & His Little Green Men  Flyin' Saucers Rock n' Roll  buy on itunes
The Sonics  Strychnine  buy on itunes
Bill Allen & His Backbeats  Please Give Me Something To Remember Me By  buy on itunes
The Cramps  Drug Train  buy on itunes
The Gun Club  She's Like Heroin To Me  buy on itunes
Snatch  I.R.C.  buy on itunes
Weird Paul  Whalin' The Shit Out Of Guys  buy on itunes
The Weirdos  We Got The Nuetron Bomb  buy on itunes
The Dickies  Manny, Moe, & Jack  buy on itunes
The Creation  Try And Stop Me  buy on itunes
The Move  Fire Brigade  buy on itunes
The Nazz  She's Goin' Down  buy on itunes


This mix was made as a swap for a certain AOTM member, hence the anagram title. Had a couple "guidepost" to work with to string a mix around. Notes of interest: The Cramps song is a direct rip-off musically of Bill Allen's fifties Raunch-a-billy number. Sideman of virtually everyone, Chris Spedding does his salute to fret masters of the ages from Albert Collins on. Andy Mackay recruits his egghead buddy Eno to help twist Wagner. Arthur Lee performs his last gasp of greatness best known to many as a song Mazzy Star has performed. Jack Nitzsche cut comes from his St. Giles Cripplegate album, if you like the latest Mercury Rev record try to find yourself a copy of this record. Weird Paul is a Pittsburg based guy from circa 1991 who put out a demented record on the Homestead label. Am I the only whack (aside from label head Gerard Cosley) who found this record genius-like in that "Kinda Sorta Normal"(see lo-fi jr. mix) way?
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Rob Conroy
Date: 10/16/2001
Yes, Mr. Casetta. Yes. Please add this to my pile. And I promise to e-mail you in detail tomorrow... it was a long day, at work and otherwise, and I'm exhausted. I always appreciate your support, though, Tom.
Date: 10/17/2001
Cool mix, once again, Tom. Robby is a lucky boy to get this! The description of the Arthur Lee song makes me want to seek out the album. As well as the Jack Nitzsche one.
Date: 10/17/2001
Yeah, pretty fine looking mix. I'm still sad about Sonny Sharrock's death.
Date: 10/17/2001
A brilliant mix as usual. Where did your cover image come from? It looks like a warped version of a public art display of cows I saw in Chicago a few years ago.
Date: 10/17/2001
It is one of those public art cows. This was from the display in NYC about a year ago I believe.
Date: 10/18/2001
holy cow! i mean.... wow! killer mix. just sharp as a knife... as usual. beautiful.
Date: 8/8/2005
I'm really sad I lost this when I moved! There's a few tracks that I've tried in vain to find!

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