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Song of the Day "Judging By The Cover"
Venue: Club Bohemia - Friday March 8, 2019
Exquisite production from the Somerville 5 piece, Offbrand, on the three minute and one second "Judging By The Cover" - a pop/funk groove that has all sorts of musical elements combining to sweep a variety of sounds across your consciousness with a bassline that takes the lead guiding the vibratory movements with a cousin to Stevie Wonder's "Superstition"
Stevie Wonder "Superstition"
I remember seeing "Superstition" live with Jeff Beck's group
prior to Stevie Wonder releasing it:
FRIDAY MARCH 8, 2019 LIVE AT CLUB BOHEMIA
EVENT PAGE FOR FRIDAY MARCH 8
From Dusk to Dawn: Deep House
CLUB BOHEMIA REVIEWS!
by Joe Viglione
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"Soldier" and "Your Time Is Gonna Come" (Zep Cover)
Artist: Field Day
"Paint the light, it's alabaster" is a line at the beginning of Field Day's Paint the Light album, and how does one "paint" the light? If alabaster is "a fine-grained, translucent form of gypsum, typically white, often carved into ornaments" and a prism is "a glass or other transparent object in prism form, especially one that is triangular with refracting surfaces at an acute angle with each other and that separates white light into a spectrum of colors" perhaps that's the formula sought by Joan Anderman, Dan Zedek, John Kehe and Phil Magnifico = collectively the band Field Day - https://www.facebook.com/fielddayboston/ as they explore sound, light, color and other things with lyrics that seem to have come from a long lost newly rediscovered John Lennon acid trip. "I am he as you are he as you are...you get it.
A 20 second slow tension begins this four minute and fourteen second essay to life. It's a terrific chorus, triumphant kind of with the riff from the Animals "It's My Life" bringing things back to the boom boom drums. That's where the band kicks in full time but they keep in mind the importance of dynamics, so things ebb and flow very nicely getting edgy when it suits the material.
The video, edited by Dan Zedek, is a good complement to the song. Recorded at Woolly Mammoth with David Minehan. Not a cover of Jim Morrison and the Doors blues rock masterpiece "The Changeling" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPQn5XwW8aY
Date And Time
MOTT THE HOOPLE
APRIL 2019 PREVIEW
JOHN LENNON IMAGINE
Gimme Some Truth
The Making of John Lennon's IMAGINE album
A study by Joe Viglione
When one's memories are only of the audio of this set of recordings of the Imagine album by John Lennon, you have to prepare yourself for a new thought process of a dear and important work, a thought process that actually gives for a renewed appreciation for one of the great solo Beatle epics.
The imagery that folds over and embraces the songs that we know so well - John and Yoko all dressed up and in a canoe while "Crippled Inside" is playing - imprints new impressions over the reminders of John's voice and the eclectic playing of the musicians, all coming back like a resurrection.
Lennon article in the Daily Mail
‘Oh f*** off, it’s just a rock album’: What John Lennon said when he was told people would be listening to Imagine '10 years later' is revealed in a new behind-the-scenes documentaryhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6782351/John-Lennon-Yoko-Ono-Beatles-Imagine-George-Harrison-Paul-McCartney-Ringo-Starr-Phil-Spector.html
AND REMEMBER TO READ THE JOE VIG TOP 40
Joe Viglione started his own magazine, Varulven, at the age of 15. Since then he has written over ten thousand essays/reviews, interviewed over a thousand guests (Jodi Foster, Robert Zemeckis, Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks, Ray Manzarek of the Doors, etc. etc.) has performed onstage from 1973 to present. Included here are some writings from AllMusic .com (2000-2009, 5,000 biographies, reviews etc in 9 years) - he's considered by The Boston Globe to be "Boston's hardest working underground impresario" (Steve Morse,) and by Oedipus of WBCN to be "The hardest working man in Boston Rock & Roll" (at a dinner at Benihana (when it was in Boston) with Pete Shelley)
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