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Booklover
Booklover
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Re: Stereolab origins

yeah, well, that was the first I thought about, just needed some confirmation

=P

Sep 17, 2009, 15:02


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Booklover
Booklover
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Re: Stereolab origins

hm, no ^_^

Sep 17, 2009, 15:04


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Booklover
Booklover
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Re: Stereolab origins

and what about chico buarque one? i don't have a guess

Sep 17, 2009, 15:07


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seveninches
seveninches
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Re: Stereolab origins

Booklover wrote:
and what about chico buarque one? i don't have a guess


I pointed out in one of the earlier "Stereolab Origins" that the vocal melody of "Les Yper-Sound" is very very similar to "Passaredo".

That said, I much prefer his Construção LP to Meus Caros Amigos LP, from where this song was taken...

Sep 17, 2009, 15:36


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Yorkiller
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Re: Stereolab origins

it sounds like Beck's readymade (the saxophone or stuff like that)
Don't know if you see what I'm talking about

Sep 17, 2009, 22:23


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Yorkiller
86 posts

Re: Stereolab origins

For the intro, maybe Outer Bongolia?

Sep 17, 2009, 22:37


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Kazak
Kazak
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Re: Stereolab origins

'Tis a match to me! Factor in the album contains the track title "Samba De Uma Nota So" and it becomes even more damning...

Sep 17, 2009, 23:27


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palinuro
palinuro
182 posts

Re: Stereolab origins

what about this gruitar riff = ping pong



Sep 25, 2009, 01:39


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palinuro
palinuro
182 posts

Re: Stereolab origins

"guitar" riff. sorry

Sep 25, 2009, 01:41


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seveninches
seveninches
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Re: Stereolab origins

palinuro wrote:
"guitar" riff. sorry


Tim Gane, ready-steady-go (1994):

"I bought a lot of 5th Dimension records when we were last in America in October with Unrest. I bought about 160 records, albums, CD's etc. Mostly very cheap and I bought a lot of 5th Dimension. I have listened to these records and I think they make really great records. The Ping Pong single was inspired by the 5th Dimension song, Up, Up and Away. This was the last song written on the LP. I felt the LP as it existed lacked one element and that was a kind of warm pop song and so I did this song in a loose and groovy feel. When this came out it different but interesting. I do not feel the music we do is anything like Jim Webb, I just appreciate good music and ideas."

Sep 25, 2009, 16:07

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