J.P. Woodbury

Zia Records (record and pop culture outposts in Arizona and Nevada); contributor at Aquarium Drunkard; freelance music writer; podcaster; Tabasco user.
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Put together a SoundCloud playlist of songs I’m really digging: Mike Cooper on Paradise of Bachelors, Brigitte Fontaine & Alice Coltrane on Superior Viaduct, Ryley Walker on Tompkins Square, great new stuff from William Tyler and Wooden Wand, the Sanford Clark track from the Zia/Johnny D Record Store Day 45, and the new one from Wovenhand’s Deathwish Inc. debut (am I the only one getting some Lift to Experience vibes?).

Now playing: Heavy Houston boogie recorded at Phoenix’s Audio Recorders. 1970. Wicked vibes, nicked melodies from the Beatles, great cover of “Gimmie Shelter” [sic].

nearlyvintage:

Steve Buscemi

(via dyingforbadmusic)

The “Little Birdy” and a couple of bites of B’s fried green tomato sandwich. Seriously good. 

nedraggett:

And hurrah!  My first piece for the good bods over at Wondering Sound, about one of my favorite artists.  

vinylespassion:

Philips, 1971.