Let out Interpol please. The perfect easter sunday post.
Wow thank you so much. love valley also is in Il Ragazzo Di Ceylon (1970) Nimal e Il Mare.Never stop the blog :)
Thank you, Ptrond!
Pure wonder! Thanks!
Many thanks great Teddy Lasry, please upload Teddy Lasry Interpol LP and Teddy Lasry – La Femme Qui Venait D'Ailleurs LP
Many thanks Ptrond! great lp Teddy Lasry
Thanks a lot!JR
When are you coming back to soulseek? :/
A rare and desirable gem once again. You treat us so good, Ptrond. Thank you!
You are leading the library blogsphere Trond!
Thanks Sonne Immage, I enjoy your Youtube-channel a lot :)
Thanks, T.! One can never have enough Simoncini!
Thanks a lot P.Trond
I cannot thank you enough for this one Pornotrond, nor can I stop listening to it - so beautiful, so exquisite and so achingly heart-warming that it approaches cosmic proportions - I have wanted to hear this for so so long!It is incredible to think that Teddy Lasry also made Action Painting in the same year as they are such different albums - and also in this year, as a very young school kid, I was unknowingly listening to him play triangle on the Manège track, as a young Teddy was part of Structures Sonores group and that track was the theme for a school TV programme called Picture Box - a theme which everyone of a certain age here in the UK is haunted by...It's actually Teddy Lasry 'fever' in the library music related blogging world as the wonderful Progressreview blog has also been posting some rare as rocking horse shit Teddy Lasry albums as well - the library/prog/electronic/experimental gods are certainly smiling upon us blog followers this month!For anyone wondering about the Picture Box theme, here it is:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o_NTPtW8NU
Whoops, library faux pas, before anyone beats me to it - I was of course referring to the Action Printing album by TL - despite it being my favourite Teddy Lasry album, my addled brain has it recorded as 'Action Painting' - not enough neurons left to re-imprint I guess!
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much for sharing!