Rare vinyl rip: Fine Art – ST (1978) Acid Guitar damaged Art Punk sampled by Cut Chemist(?!)

This band is a mystery. The only information that a quick search turns up is that there is this LP and and later 12″. I don’t think that this has been available online before. It’s a great album, that sounds like some Midwestern RockersĀ gone Art Punk, with female vocals and a guitar player who loves to unleash furious distorto solos all over the place. It reminds me a little of Ron Asheton era Destroy All Monsters, and some of Akron Ohio’s fantastic late 70’s Punk label, Clone Records.

This track is the sample source for Cut Chemist’s, Outro, video link below.

Full LP rip at 320

http://www.datafilehost.com/d/af67f3e3

Cut Chemist always brings the weirdness and totally rips this cut

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Download sets from Country Teasers and The Rebel

Thanks to the WFMU Free Music Archive, which has a ton of other awesome in studio performances in it’s library.

A great sounding gig from Brian Turner’s radio show on 6-27-06
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Country_Teasers/

And Ben Wallers returned two years later as The Rebel, for another top notch show
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Rebel/

The Soul Survivors – Raw Gospel Soul Out Of South Carolina

Great guitar work and vocal harmony. First time this full LP is available online, to my knowledge.
Original vinyl rip @320 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/2ed202aa

Not sure if the group is from Spartanburg or Landrum, SC
Lineup:
Fred Edwards – Rhythm Guitar
Harry Sherman – Lead Guitar
Jerry Miller – Bass
Larry Burnside – Drums
Warren Jackson – Piano
Jackie Doggett – Piano
Singers:
Fred Edwards
Morris Carson
Gary Paul Sherman
James Paul Davis

Se Varg Records SR-302

Recorded at Se Varg Recording Studio, Boiling Springs, SC

Free Chromatics, Glass Candy and more!

Johnny Jewel, the man behind Glass Candy, The Chromatics, and others, has been on a rampage of Soundcloud posts as of late, tearing through his prolific production catalog and offering it up for free. Take advantage of it while you can.
Some of my favorites…

Smyrna “Harvest Song”: Rare Xian Private Press out of Black Mountain, NC

Interesting record from the duo of Ron Thompson and Tim Bode, plus percussionist Frank Rosa, of downer Xian vibes, with lots of synth and interesting guitar work. I think this is the first time this has been available online. Gospel Train Records, 1980.

The full rip (uncheck the download manager sidebar) in a 320 kbps zip file
http://www.datafilehost.com/d/990713bb