Saturday, 2 April 2011

2001: A Spiritualized Odyssey

"In 2008, The Almighty Sound published their first film project; a sync of the music of British blues / gospel / stoner rockers Spiritualized to Stanley Kubrick's 1968 masterpiece '2001 :A Space Odyssey'. You will never watch this film the same way again."

Download the NTSC iso torrent:
Download the PAL iso torrent:

View the playlist on Youtube here (Note: the first track is blocked by youtube):

2001: A Spiritualized Odyssey tracklist:

01 Ladies and Gentlemen We are Floating in Space [Elvis Mix]
02 Electric Phase
03 All of My Tears
04 On Fire
05 If I Were With Her Now
06 Shine a Light
07 Won't Get to Heaven (The State I'm in)
08 Lay It Down Slow
09 No God Only Religion
10 Electricity
11 Home of the Brave
12 The Individual
13 This Little Life of Mine
14 Rated X
15 I Didn't Mean to Hurt You
16 These Blues
17 Amazing Grace (Peace on Earth)
18 Broken Heart
19 Lay Back in the Sun
20 Born Never Asked
21 Electric Mainline
22 Lord Can You Hear Me
23 Cool Waves
24 Cheapster
25 Out of Sight
26 Good Times
27 Do It All Over Again [Evening Session]
28 Come Together [Evening Session]
29 I Think I'm in Love
30 Feel Like Goin' Home

Monday, 14 February 2011



My Bloody Valentine - To Here Knows When [live @ Fuji Rock Festival, Japan 2008]

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

The Godmother of Rock & Roll - Sister Rosetta Tharpe

The Godmother of Rock & Roll - Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Remember the 60min documentary about Sister Rosetta Tharpe that was on BBC4 just over a week ago ( Well I ripped it from the BBC iPlayer, converted to avi and uploaded it to Megaupload for anyone who wants it - a 257MB version and a 1.01GB version (higher quality).

The Godmother of Rock & Roll- Sister Rosetta Tharpe - LO-RES VERSION [257MB]

The Godmother of Rock & Roll- Sister Rosetta Tharpe - HI-RES VERSION [1.01GB split into two rar files]
part1 [700MB]-
part2 [300MB]-

(NB: If Megaupload says "The file you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable" then just try again every 10 minutes or so. The file will eventually become available.)

During the 40s, 50s and 60s Sister Rosetta Tharpe played a highly significant role in the creation of rock & roll, inspiring musicians like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Little Richard and Chuck Berry. She may not be a household name, but this flamboyant African-American gospel singing superstar, with her spectacular virtuosity on the newly-electrified guitar, was one of the most influential popular musicians of the 20th century. Tharpe was born in 1915, close to the Mississippi in Cotton Plant, Arkansas. At the age of six she was taken by her evangelist mother Katie Bell to Chicago to join Roberts Temple, Church of God in Christ, where she developed her distinctive style of singing and guitar playing. At the age of 23 she left the church and went to New York to join the world of show business, signing with Decca Records. For the following 30 years she performed extensively to packed houses in the USA and subsequently Europe, before her death in 1973. In 2008 the state governor of Pennsylvania declared that henceforth January 11th will be Sister Rosetta Tharpe Day in recognition of her remarkable musical legacy.
Some Youtube vids:

Up Above My Head
Down By the Riverside
Didn't It Rain
Trouble In My mind