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vanishingsydney · 2 days ago
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An old street marker on an old road. Still a busy thoroughfare; originally the starting point from the 1860's of the main drag to the south-west and all that lies beyond from the Inner West. Lewisham.
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songpalettes · 7 hours ago
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May i request harness your hopes - b side by pavement?
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sightaftersightafter · 7 hours ago
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fashionmarques-fr · 4 days ago
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doomandgloomfromthetomb · 4 days ago
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Pavement - Zeche, Bochum, Germany, April 2, 1997
Last week, we heard Pavement debuting some early versions of soon-to-be-classic Brighten The Corners material. By the spring of '97, BTC was out in the world and the band was touring hard behind the record. I saw them on the west coast three times during the first half of the year and those shows were probably the best Pavement gigs I bore witness to. The spontaneity, fun and freshness remained, but there was a more elegant, evenly paced vibe happening, with the Brighten The Corners tunes sounding majestic and dynamic, Malkmus stretching out on guitar and the band following him gamely. Peak Pavement!
This tour is well-represented officially by the dual Europaturnen releases, both of which are very much worth your time. This great tape from around the same time is also very much worth your time, with most of Brighten The Corners played (I think "Fin" is the only missing tune — they even give "J vs S" an airing).
It's all terrific, especially the jammed out "Type Slowly" and the misty, mellow "Blue Hawaiian." Plenty of curveballs, too, including a whiplash "The Hexx" and a careening "Westie Can Drum." Things wind down beautifully with "Range Life" ("Stone Temple Pilots, they're not that bad — slightly misguided, but aren't we all?" Malkmus muses). For some reason, the band rolls into "Hey Jude" at the end ... "Na na na nananana, Silver Jews!"
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moonbounce666 · 5 days ago
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ihminen7777 · 5 days ago
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How can I? How can I? How can I make my body shed for you? How can I? How can I? How can I make my body shed around your metal scars? Loretta's scars, Loretta's scars, Loretta's scars From now on, I can see the sun Makes me anxious, makes me run From now on, I can see the sun Makes me anxious, makes me run
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rastronomicals · 6 days ago
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6:41 AM EDT August 4, 2022:
Pavement - "Home" From the compilation   Westing (By Musket and Sextant) (March 22, 1993)
Last song scrobbled from iTunes at Last.fm
Originally from the Perfect Sound Forever EP, released April 15, 1991
File under: Recorder Grot
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details2decern · 8 days ago
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anomadscause · 9 days ago
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#iWonder'[#BeginnerPhotography]: "#Fresh'#Pavement" / "#Tar", but #Still— :#Mother|#Nature [#asManMadeIt]° ………………………………………………………………………… 🧐_that word looks incredibly #weird to me now; 'Can’t remember #theLastTime it ever really mattered to anything (personally)_ https://www.instagram.com/p/CgprUHhp0DW/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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junkalow · 11 days ago
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Pavement - Harness Your Hopes
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painting-life · 13 days ago
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ruderalplants · 15 days ago
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doomandgloomfromthetomb · 11 days ago
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Pavement - Formula, Emeryville, California, June 14, 1996 / Tibetan Freedom Concert, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, June 15, 1996
A double-shot of Pavement for your #SummerOfPavement needs this week. Here, we get to follow the band from a surprise warm-up show in a tiny Emeryville club to a gargantuan crowd at the next day's Tibetan Freedom Concert in Golden Gate Park. It's a very fun time — I guarantee it.
The Formula show is basically an open rehearsal. "This is the biggest practice we've had in a long time," Nastanovich tells the crowd (which seems to be made up mostly of Pavement friends/family). If they had any jitters about their big festival date the next day ... well, they don't show it. Even by Pavement standards, this is an extremely casual gig. "We're just gonna fuck around," Malkmus says. And fuck around they do!
The set is filled with oddities — a shambolic version of the Schoolhouse Rocks gem "No More Kings" with SM calling out chord changes; a rambunctious cover of the Clean classic "Anything Could Happen"; a vocal-chord shredding rendition of the rarely played "Saginaw" with the band doing its best Sun City Girls impression. There are also some sneak peaks of Brighten The Corners in the form of "Stereo" and "Shady Lane," each with seemingly improvised lyrics and unfinished arrangements. It's all a blast.
You might think that the Emeryville set was a way of blowing off steam and that once Pavement got to San Francisco they would get serious. But you would be wrong. If anything, their 30 minutes onstage at Tibetan Freedom Concert keeps that fuck-around spirit going strong. MTV News's Tabitha Soren calls it "consciously loose." That works, Tabitha!
Unusually, they kick things off with a Spiral song — and Scott is rewarded by several nasty looking shocks from his mic. There's no "Summer Babe" or "Cut Your Hair" either; instead, Pavement plays a bunch of unreleased material and covers, sounding like a band that is very much still in the garage. It's hilarious and kind of awesome. Like Malkmus' rewrite of "No More Kings" tells us: "We're gonna run our things our own way — gonna run them into the ground!"
And hey, since we're here, why not listen to Sonic Youth's Tibet set, which followed Pavement's. Was this the final dip into "The Diamond Sea"???
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theywhobecametherain · 17 days ago
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rastronomicals · 6 days ago
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4:06 PM EDT August 3, 2022:
Pavement - "At & T" From the album Wowee Zowee (April 10, 1995)
Last song scrobbled from iTunes at Last.fm
The most underrated Pavement album, IMHO, and one that outshines Crooked Rain pretty easily ---
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