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Old 01-27-2004, 01:52 PM
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Gerald, my friend, it is as if you are stealing a page from my very thoughts...

I'd say work with the Eels definitely -- two studio geniuses with wildly creative approaches. Oh my. But as much as I'd love to see him work with Marah, the band has unfortunately taken a very commercial turn recently. Unless Lindsey could bring them back to the music that makes sense for them...

With Lucinda, I see a great duet.

Also, I'd love to see Lindsey work with David Lowery, of Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven. After Camper's Tusk, I think it would be great to see these two men collaborate on a couple of songs. How about it, Lindsey? I'm pretty sure David would jump at the chance.

Lastly, how about a collaboration with The Strokes? I bet those guys have Rumours and Tusk in their record collections.

Well, I think lindsey would work with marah if only they did what they did on kids in philly. But Eels would br great, as cracker, too. And the strokes will do, too. But then lindsey has to move back to the ledge-notthatfunny-iknowi'mnotwrong-days....raw guiter sound. As I'm speaking: let him work with them!!

But in that case: let him work with Bill Janovitz! (singer/composer of Buffalo Tom.) THEN you could scrape the emotion from the walls!




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Old 01-27-2004, 05:02 PM
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oooooo.....some sonic experimentation with blink-182 maybe?????
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I think Linds should get really experimental and work with Jim O'Rourke from Sonic Youth.
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I think Lindsey would end up kicking Ryan Adams' ass. He's a brooding, nasty son of a gun who is very hard to get along with, from what I've read. I love his music, anyway.
out of conflict the greatest music can emerge, so I'm still for this one
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I think Linds should get really experimental and work with Jim O'Rourke from Sonic Youth.
That's an exquise choice! That could grow into alot of popnoise-diamonds!
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>>>I'm being EXTREMELY selfish here......If Buckingham can't perform solo then I ONLY want him to work with the Mac as a whole:
Nicks, Fleetwood and the McVies>>>>>>>

They compliment each other perfectly, and there is just not enough of their great music!.............
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Sophie B. Hawkins? Kate Bush?
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