LoudSpeakers At InternmentCamp #013

by Raj on January 22, 2006

70′s music and the influence on today’s younger bands was on the mind this weekend. Well created pastiche can be a wonderful thing when executed without kitschy and liberal imitation. Some of the bands in the podcast poured the foundation for the music being created in the current period. Revisiting (and sometimes discovering) these bands and their individual histories is indeed part of the overall pleasure of music.

Träd, Gräs och Stenar helped stitch the songs together using their release from 1971 entitled “Djungelns Lag

Here’s a tracklist:

Gang Of Four – At Home He’s A Tourist (1979)
Wire – 12 XU (1977)
The Who – Baba O’Riley (1971)
Stevie Wonder – He’s Misstra Know It All (1973)
Television – Marquee Moon (1977)
Joy Division – Wilderness (1979)
Bob Dylan – Tangled Up In Blue (1975)
Funkadelic – Can You Get To That (1971)
Buzzcocks – Why Can’t I Touch It? (1979)
The Clash – Brand New Cadillac (1979)
The Stooges – Loose (1970)
XTC – Life Begins At The Hop (1979)
The Ramones – Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (1976)
The Beatles – I Me Mine (1970)
The Velvet Underground – I Found A Reason (1971)

To play with iTunes:
1. Download iTunes version 6 and install it
2. Select Advanced, Subscribe to Podcast, and enter this into the dialog:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/internmentcamp/loudspeakers


LoudSpeakers At InternmentCamp.

Alternately, you can play the mp3 here.

  • Seattle Nick

    Yo Raj I be listening to your podcast courtesy of our friend D-Walt. Damn man, you sound whiter than a Pat Robertson fan fest in Kansas. Where’s that balla style?
    Cheers
    -N

  • http://www.intermentcamp.com Raj

    Like being raised by monkeys…

  • Seattle Nick

    What kind of monkeys? Rhesus? Albino?
    Come on give it props. Bollywood style. Let’s get a little of that northern India going on. We all know southern India has got better food, but it be too damn hot and sticky. Go Kalcutta Tech!

  • Seattle Katie

    Raj -

    Roy hooked me up with the podcast for my trip to LA. Unlike Nick, I actually listened to it, and will be looking for others to liven up my bus commute. I like the music mix. Keep it up. KT

  • http://mellanman.blogspot.com Kevin

    I was really diggin’ on this one. good jorb. I noticed you uesed the word “seminal” a lot.

    sem·i·nal Audio pronunciation of “seminal” ( P ) Pronunciation Key (sm-nl)
    adj.

    1. Of, relating to, containing, or conveying semen or seed.
    2. Of, relating to, or having the power to originate; creative.
    3. Highly influential in an original way; constituting or providing a basis for further development: a seminal idea in the creation of a new theory.

    I’m hoping that you meant the second definition. Also noticed a lot of “VC” jokes. Didn’t really get ‘em, but hey, color me ignorant.

    And Seattle Nick is right. You do sound really really really white. Now I don’t mean that in a bad way, just sayin’.