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Bags, 43, hombre, Australia
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  • moontalk

    Hi! Very nice podcast! Thank you. I like "Soft Rock" which means late 60's sunshine pop music here in Japan. (Harpers Bizzare, Association, Salt Water Taffy, Rodger Nichols, ...)

    14 Jun 2013 Responder
  • Tamguns

    Yes, but no worries...lol...Enjoy!...;D

    2 Jun 2013 Responder
  • Tamguns

    btw...I saw your shout on a Charlotte Gainsbourg track page...Fun avi!

    27 Abr 2013 Responder
  • Tamguns

    Hello from Texas...I enjoyed reading your bio, unfortunately my parent's were not in to anything other than country and church music...lol...Yet I found my way to the music that turned me on. I enjoy a very wide range of music, but my library does not reflect all of my interests...Yet! Anyway, I looked through some of your library and I did not see any [url= https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n1YjN6z-7Q]Laurie Anderson . I hope that you enjoy, just disregard if you're not into her. If you don't mind I might return and listen to your library. Cheers to the music...Happy Listening...Tamy...;D

    27 Abr 2013 Responder
  • whitecatla

    I love the new album >.<

    20 Abr 2012 Responder
  • kimturtle

    April March and Nuggets - what a combo. Your Triggers eulogy is spot on btw!!

    12 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Hear-Japan

    MISSWONDA is releasing her newest album today. Check it out here: http://www.hearjapan.com/store/album_info/In_Flawless

    8 Feb 2011 Responder
  • cotaxidriver

    Thank you for adding me!!

    30 Ago 2010 Responder
  • kaban

    I wish last fm could scrobble vinyl! Also, I've got a mad mp3/flac/whatever collection, spread over several hard drives and computers. I'm going to do some spring cleaning soon, be great to get them all on the one drive.

    6 Jul 2010 Responder
  • Bigaldavies

    Have you ever heard Martin Newell and his two "bands" the Cleaners From Venus or the Brotherhood of Lizards? If you can get The Greatest Living Englishman that is a good starter point, and if you get trouble then email me.

    15 May 2010 Responder
  • BillStrange

    I think it's time to listen to your library again. It seems you've added some groovy stuff. Good work! Thanks, Bill

    27 Mar 2010 Responder
  • Spelendora

    You are very interesting man with interesting live story. I lived in Russia and want become an audio engineer. I dont have so impressing family, and i was started listen music at 14-15 years old. I like to read about people like you. You living in music. I\m hope i will live in music too.

    19 Mar 2010 Responder
  • BillStrange

    There is a NEW Bill Strange tune at Burning Desire you might like, Please feel free to let me know what you think.

    14 Mar 2010 Responder
  • BillStrange

    Great Stuff. Friends?

    20 Feb 2010 Responder
  • ydebru

    misery loves company. beware of the 'jameson recruitment scam': "this looks like you... http://xxxxx.com/xxxx"; (x's used to replace malicious phishing spam address)

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • TheGents

    Just downloaded some Sonics, i dj'd the termi last nite and someone asked for them, didnt have any. I'm now wondering where they have been all my life! Garage at is finest

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • TheGents

    All safe with the link bagsy

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • Faltain

    Hah... yeah I figured it was a phishing scam crap-thing. No worries, bud.

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • kaban

    OK.. I just went through all 30+ of my contacts, and pasted my phishing scammer alert message, and then deleted the silly spam scam shoutbox messages!

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • kaban

    I'm really sorry about the stupid phishing scam shoutbox posts, which weren't even posted by me. I've since deleted all of them. It's the last time I access last.fm on my mobile. I would've noticed the wonky URL in the browser... mind you the webpage looked exactly right!! Again, on my mobile browser I couldn't tell... on a normal browser I would've smelled a rat straight away. I am bloody livid! I hate scammers, spammers and phishers!!!

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
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Conóceme

I grew up as a Australian child of the 70's weaned on my parents record collection (mostly 60s Brit/beat groups like, Beatles, Shadows, Gerry & The Pacemakers etc but also ABBA, 70s hits of the time, and even Max Bygraves!) and a large collection of reel to reel tapes passed down to me, also from my parents. My father recorded BBC television shows of the 1960s when my family lived in the UK, so I listened to these old music shows and they became part of my musical genetic code. I also listened to my hometown AM radio station - I was fascinated by all things musical and technological. I bought up old reel to reel tapes and 78 records from thrift stores and markets with my pocket money... I loved 78s! Big and heavy, with an “other world” sound to my childish ears. This developed my musical tastes to include novelty music, jazz and latin sounds. My world changed in the later half of the 70's when K-tel, the budget record manufacturer released Looney Tunes , an album full of novelty songs! I wore out my tape copy listening to it over and over. Finally I got a record player for my birthday and later my Aunty donated a large box of records to me, my Uncle worked as a rep for Pye records in the UK – so my ears were filled with even more great 60s music, the wonders of bands like the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, and heaps of promotional material like ads for Chiko Rolls!(If you don't know what a Chiko Roll is then google it!!). I begged for money to get a copy of Video Killed the Radio Star when it came out, and was thrilled to find copies of My Sharona and Racey's “Lay your love on me” at a market for 50 cents each. Early 80s music was a blast! I especially loved The B52s.

In my early teenage years I became obsessed with Oz rockers Daddy Cool, and then via my older brother became turned on to the sounds of great Australian bands like Hunters & Collectors (their early first few albums!), The Hoodoo Gurus and other bands such as The Cure. I started to really like the sound of loud, distorted 60s influenced guitar sounds, so The Stems and Adelaide band The Spikes were never too far from my record player. My good friend's Dad had a massive record collection and through chrome cassettes I swapped and listened to experimental Jazz music and stuff like Philip Glass, whose Einstein on the Beach was the soundtrack of my homework sessions, when I did do them! I also discovered the joys of public radio, and my musical knowledge exploded. I loved the mid 80s alternative guitar sounds, there were so many fertile underground groups, this is when alternative music was truly alternative and not a corporate label. The GoBetweens were a favorite at this time. A friend from NZ turned me on to everything on the Flying Nun label, bands like The Chills, The Bats, Verlaines, Tall Dwarves. I became a public radio volunteer at age 15 and did my own shows at 17. I learnt a lot about music in those years, as a fan, audio engineer and musician. I organised rock concerts and got some big-ish bands to play in my hometown. I still dug late 80s/early 90s bands like The Pixies, heaps of Australian independent music, electronic, punk, whatever really. The whole grunge thing left me cold, sure Nirvana and a handful of others were good but the genre was over saturated at that time. This is when I delved further into the past – more 60s stuff, I became a Beach Boys nut , and started getting into more and , Antonio Carlos Jobim , Ken Nordine, thrift shop records (as everyone was ditching vinyl for CDs!). I also discovered more great underground bands like Stereolab, Pram, Broadcast, etc and began my love affair of everything done by Stina Nordenstam.

I lived in Japan for a few years and found the Japanese taste for 60s, and lots of other genres was the same as mine... no longer did I have to wait ages to order a favorite obscure CD! I got into more French music like and Serge Gainsbourg and I spent a lot of my paychecks on CDs, and bought an MD player. I used to listen to Luxuriamusic.com heaps when it started, and they helped me discover a whole swag load of great music... thanks guys! My love of and appreciation of all things kitch blossomed. For over a decade I've been using the internet more and more to assist me in discovering music to listen to, thanks to excellent online radio stations, like WFMU, blogs like Spiked Candy and so many others I can't remember or be bothered to write here. I'm not into itunes as I dislike any digital content with DRM. I have a pretty wide ranging taste, as long as it's got that certain je ne sais quoi, I'm into it.

Lastfm lists my mp3 listening, but I also listen to radio, tapes and vinyl. Please feel free to leave a comment as I love the social aspect of lastfm... maybe you might have a suggestion? Humans are way better than computers!

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