Here are all of Babaylan's jams.
by Greg Kihn Band
It was the same old song With a melancholy sound
Jammed: 8th Apr 2015
by Philippine Violators
Hailing from the heart of Manila, Philippines, the Philippine Violators have been cranking out great punk rock since 1984. Considered one of the “godfathers” of the original 1980’s Philippine punk scene, they are one of the few bands from that bygone era who remain. As many US punk bands emerged from the disgruntled (yet oftentimes affluent) suburban neighborhoods, The Phil.Violators emerged from a third world country then ruled by a corrupt dictatorship under Ferdinand Marcos. In the Philippines, the early punk scene was much less of a fashion statement and more about mobilizing for true change. During this time, singing about “Anarchy in the Philippines” could have gotten you tortured and executed by government cronies. Source: http://www.last.fm/music/Philippine+Violators/+wiki
Jammed: 3rd Mar 2015
by Moccasin Telegraph
A brilliant track from a completely obscure Vancouver band. West coast post-punk masterpiece "It's a Grey Day" was written by Kim Clarke. Kim passed away on January 31st 2010 after a private battle with cancer. He will be deeply missed.Three original members of the Bonus Boys reform as Moccasin Telegraph. They record "It's a Grey Day" live at a cable TV studio for Peter Webb. Peter applies early 80's video psychedelia and the work is aired (once!) on Vancouver's Alternative Video mecca SOUNDPROOF. Moccasin telegraph are Kim Clarke, Jack Matthews, Barry Wye, and J. B. Johnson.
Jammed: 18th Feb 2015
by The Dutch Rhythm Steel & Show Band
From their 1975 album "Soul, Steel & Show" The Dutch Rhythm Steel & Show Band (DRSSB), is a Dutch steel band with musicians from Suriname & Trinidad. "Down by the River" is a song composed by Neil Young. It was first released on his 1969 album with Crazy Horse, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.
Jammed: 7th Feb 2015
by Serge Gainsbourg
Je l'ai composé spécialement pour toi / A ta mémoire de scélérat' 'I composed it specially for you / In your sordid memory
Jammed: 17th Jan 2015
"And then we did the album, and it froze time. Then a year goes by. That was a really weird vertigo to have to deal with, to have to stop moving." - David Russo, for the Los Angeles Times, 10/18/1992
Jammed: 27th Dec 2014
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