Here are all of JeromeRiguidel's jams.
Mike Patton's new project / band : Nevermen. Doseone (Themselves), Tunde Adebimpe (TV on the Radio) and Mike Patton (Faith No More, Tomahawk, Fantômas, Mr Bungle, Peeping Tom, and counting...)
Jammed: 6th Sep 2015
by Quincy Jones feat. Valerie Simpson
This jazzy cover by Quincy Jones (feat. Valerie Simpson) in from You've Got It Bad, Girl (1973). Just Loop the original version, by The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1966 : http://www.letsloop.com/SadbutSad
Jammed: 29th Aug 2015
by Christopher the Conquered
So, the show must go on... Let's jam some brand new stuff. Here is Christopher the Conquered. Enjoy... BTW, my LetsLoop' profil is here : http://www.letsloop.com/fr/SadbutSad / SadbutSad is my good old Last.fm username ;) http://www.lastfm.fr/user/SadbutSad
Jammed: 10th Aug 2015
by Serge Gainsbourg
Well, very sad moment. Pretty sad song. Serge Gainsbourg. Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais (I just came to tell you that I'm going). Gonna miss this place and your music. Too bad !
Jammed: 10th Aug 2015
For the second time, a song by Soap&Skin (the first one was Sugarbread), a magnificent (crazy and piano virtuoso) young singer from Austria. To me, the greatest female artist for quite a while. And yes, you know her. You probably know her vocal featuring on Goodbye (a song by Apparat, on Breaking Bad's soundtrack).
Jammed: 5th Aug 2015
by Die Krupps
An Industrial Metal band from Germany. With some sense of humor. Which is not Rammstein... Die Krupps ! In fact, they were an electro / synthepunk band in the 80's. Then, the metal became more and more important in their music...
Jammed: 29th May 2015
by Drums Are for Parades
You love Hella ? Zack Hill ? Drums Are for Parades could pleased you. They are from Belgium and their Math / Noise Rock is pretty nice. Can't wait to see them on stage... #ConcertBucketList
Jammed: 23rd May 2015
Here is the track listing of this Fantômas album, Delìrium Còrdia : 1. Delìrium Còrdia - 74:17. This protean work is described by Mike Patton as the soundtrack of a horror movie (a description that pretty much fits with almost all their stuff, BTW). In fact, this is an opera. Calm and violent. Carefree and worrying. Perfect to work. Or drive through the night...
Jammed: 15th May 2015
Some Sludge Metal now... Baroness. Take My Bones Away is from Yellow & Green, a great (double) album released in 2012. Within years, Baroness has gained some notoriety by touring with Mastodon.
Jammed: 5th May 2015
by The Cult
From the highly underrated self-titled album The Cult (1994), here is Sacred Life. A powerful and beautiful ballad from an quite unknown album. If you like or love The Cult, you should listen to this masterpiece. Stunning.
Jammed: 1st May 2015
Deux is french. French pionners of minimal(ist) electropop. 'Game and Performance' came to the world in 1983 in total indifference. Their music deserves some attention. Oh, Deux means Two, in french. Cati Tête and Gérard Pelletier. Enjoy...
Jammed: 26th Apr 2015
by Gravy Train
Let's say : British 70's Progressive Rock ! Gravy Train, a too fleeting band (years active : 70 > 75), has produced some pretty interesting stuff. Starbright Starlight (on the album Staircase to the day, their last one / 1974) is good exemple of this really nice stuff. Enjoy...
Jammed: 23rd Apr 2015
by Massive Attack
To me one of the best songs ever, Unfinished Sympathy is also the best Shara Nelson's vocals. She gave her voice to four songs from Blue Lines, the first (and my favorite) album from Massive Attack. The song. The voice. The video. I love everything. It catchs me everytime. Enjoy this diamond...
Jammed: 17th Apr 2015
by David Bowie
Cut-up lyrics. Sophisticated arrangements. An inspiration as appeared out of nowhere. Life on Mars? is not only a genuine diamond of inspiration and poetry but yet the perfect incarnation of what Bowie is and what his Art is about...
Jammed: 8th Apr 2015
by Feu! Chatterton
Feu! Chatterton is a french band. They sound rock, electronic, experimental (sometimes) and new wave (here and there, kinda). Pretty interesting... Feu! Chatterton loves Bowie, Gainsbourg, Joy Division, Radiohead and Aphex Twin. Enjoy...
Jammed: 7th Mar 2015
by Dizzy Gillespie & Lalo Schifrin
Lalo Schifrin has composed and arranged Free Ride, an album for Dizzy Gillespie, in 1977. Ozone Madness is a part of this groovy / funky / jazzy collaboration. Pretty nice...
Jammed: 19th Feb 2015
Hella is the primary band of Zach Hill, the multi-project (including some with Omar Rodríguez-López) drummer and producer who's also known (kinda...) for his experimental hip hop band Death Grips. But... in fact, Mike Patton + his label Ipecac and The Mars Volta + Omar Rodríguez-López are probably the best ways to come across Zack Hill and Hella !
Jammed: 2nd Feb 2015
Snakefinger is pretty much known by all (The) Residents' fans, for his frequent collaborations with them. (And yeah! he knew them without their masks ! Respect !) The Man In The Dark Sedan is one of these collaborations, in the ResidentsWritesAndProducesSomeSnakefingerStuff way ! But he also frequently appeared on Residents' albums ! Enjoy...
Jammed: 30th Jan 2015
by The Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton
The Dillinger Escape Plan + Mike Patton = big sound + chaos + stunning voice. No surprise, I guess. When Good Dogs Do Bad Things is on an EP called Irony Is a Dead Scene (2002) ; a four songs' EP. A delightful piece of chaos. Enjoy...
Jammed: 17th Jan 2015
by Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum is an avant-garde / progressive metal band from San Francisco area. The lead vocalist on this song is Carla Kihlstedt (a fulltime member of the band who's, by the way, a great violonist and works on many other projects (2 Foot Yard...))
Jammed: 3rd Jan 2015
by 坂本龍一 / Ryuichi Sakamoto
Harry to the Hospital is a part of an Oliver Stone's mini-series (Wild Palms / 1993) score, by Ryuichi Sakamoto. A beautiful haunting score for a noir and crazy mini-series.
Jammed: 16th Dec 2014
by Serge Gainsbourg
L'Hôtel Particulier is Gainsbourg at his best... Sumptuous orchestral arrangements (thanks to Jean-Claude Vannier) on his spectral voice. This song is spectacular and the album, Histoire de Melody Nelson (1971), is a masterpiece. Master at work...
Jammed: 10th Dec 2014
by Aesop Rock
Aesop Rock is from NYC. He's said to make some kind of underground / alternative hip hop. The fact is that his (punk) rock and electronic influences are quite noticeable, to me. I would love to see him work with some open minded metal artist like Mike Patton. Enjoy...
Jammed: 6th Dec 2014
by The Rolling Stones
Time Waits for No One (It's Only Rock 'n Roll / 1974) is one of my very favorite Stones' song ; and an almost hidden jewel in their gorgeous discography. This song did not come out as a single, was never performed on stage, and only appears in one compilation, Sucking in the Seventies (1981).
Jammed: 2nd Dec 2014
by Highway Robbery
Love Heavy Metal ? So you should give a ear to these guys... Highway Robbery. Their album, For Love or Money (1972), is damn Heavy ; and yet contains some pretty nice Progressive Rock pieces. Enjoy...
Jammed: 22nd Nov 2014
by Nina Hagen
Nina Hagen #Live / Rockpalast, german TV show / 1978. TV-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope) is on her very first album Nina Hagen Band (1978). The Voice of punk music, to me...
Jammed: 28th Sep 2014
Gojira / Live at the Festival des Vieilles Charrues (Carhaix-Plouguer / France), 2010. This song, Flying Whales, is from is their third studio album From Mars to Sirius (2005). #ProgressiveMetal #DeathMetal
Jammed: 13th Sep 2014
Soap&Skin is dark, experimental ; she's a singer-songwriter and a piano virtuoso. And she's, since her first album Lovetune for Vacuum (2009), one of my very favorite female voices (somewhere between Nina Hagen and PJ Harvey...) A young (24) genius from Austria. Enjoy...
Jammed: 25th Aug 2014
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