Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 3A

More alternate versions. More proto versions. More live versions. I bring you, “Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 3A”, the second to last installment of the series (which will be up for the next two weeks for your listening enjoyment).

Click here to listen to the 45 tracks which make up this mixtape.

Note: The last installment of the “Son of Tweezer Glint” series will be posted on November 2nd, 2009.

7 Responses to “Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 3A”

  1. jonnybutter says:

    thanks again, UG. A lot of fun as usual. Note the ‘L’ Histoire du Soldat’ quote at the beginning of ‘Regyptian Strut’ (which is itself pretty wonderful, BTW)

  2. Sharleena says:

    This is deluxe material!
    Something good just happened to me so I’m enjoying even more…
    thanks urban!

  3. KnirpsForMoisture says:

    Another fine selection – thank you!!

    Is it me or does anybody else hear a similiarity at 07:44 of Pojama People and Captain Beefheart’s Full Moon, Hot Sun from his Unconditionally Guaranteed album?

  4. Miles mp3 says:

    Wow, thanks! Nothing like the 3 minute samples I see on other blogs I read =D

  5. urbangraffito says:

    A quote from KnirpsForMoisture:

    Another fine selection – thank you!!

    Is it me or does anybody else hear a similiarity at 07:44 of Pojama People and Captain Beefheart’s Full Moon, Hot Sun from his Unconditionally Guaranteed album?

    Indeed, I do, Knirps. Then again, I’ve heard the similarities between Zappa and Beefheart for decades, as well as where they depart from one another musically and creatively. For the longest time I used to consider Beefheart the anti-Zappa, or was Zappa the anti-Beefheart? In any case, both are unique and distinct, and even when their music seems similar to each other, they arrive at that similarity from completely different starting points (and intents) – FZ, at least to me, is more orderly and self-controlled while Don Van Vliet is more anarchistic and playfully childlike in his compositions.

  6. snotme says:

    Fuck me. That version of Beauty Knows No Pain is a motherfucker.

  7. Hugh says:

    Great tracks as always. Thanks, UrbanG. And always nice to see a show that I attended on the list (Oct 30, 1980 Blue Light).

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