domingo, 27 de junho de 2010

Na terceira parte do especial dedicado a Matador Records, o destaque vai para Yo La Tengo (foto) e Pavement, duas das principais bandas do acervo deste importante selo independente assim como da própria história da indie music. A primeira, felizmente, na ativa até hoje; a segunda, ensaiando uma volta. Você ouve também The Fall, Guided By Voices, Liz Phair e Bettie Serveert, além dos primeiros trabalhos de Spoon e Cat Power.



Seleção Musical de Ricardo Pereira.

01 – YO LA TENGO, “Tom Courtenay”
In: Electr-O-Pura, 1995.

02 – THE FALL, “The Joke”
In: Cerebral Caustic, 1995.

03 – CHAVEZ, “Relaxed Fit”
In: Gone Glimmering, 1995.

04 – PAVEMENT, “Rattled By The Rush”
In: Wowee Zowee, 1995.

05 – GUIDED BY VOICES, “Motor Away”
In: Alien Lanes, 1995.

06 – RAILROAD JERK, “Bang The Drum”(1995)
In: What’s Up Matador, 1997.

07 – BETTIE SERVEERT, “Something So Wild”
In: Lamprey, 1995.

08 – SILKWORM, “Drag The River”
In: Firewater, 1996.

09 – PAVEMENT, “Father To A Sister of Thought”
In: Wowee Zowee, 1995.

10 – YO LA TENGO, “Can’t Seem To Make You Mine”
In: Camp Yo La Tengo, 1995.

11 – THE FOR CARNATION, “Winter Lair”
In: Marshmallows, 1996.

12 – GUIDED BY VOICES, “The Official Ironmen Rally Song”
In: Under the Bushes Under the Stars, 1996.

13 – LIZ PHAIR, “Polyester Bride”
In: whitechocolatespaceegg, 1998.

14 – COME, “Secret Number”
In: Near-Life Experience, 1996.

15 – YO LA TENGO, “Somebody’s Baby”
In: Genius + Love = Yo La Tengo, 1996.

16 – HELIUM, “Leon’s Space Song”
In: The Magic City, 1997.

17 – BETTIE SERVEERT, “Geek”
In: Dust Bunnies, 1997.

18 – PAVEMENT, “Passat Dream”
In: Brighten the Corners, 1997.

19 – SPOON, “Plastic Mylar”
In: Telephono, 1996.

20 – CAT POWER, “Nude As The News”
In: What Would the Community Think, 1996.

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