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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
PostPosted: Fri January 29, 2016 5:30 pm 
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I find it kind of amusing.

I've seen him solo, with a band on guitar and drums, now I'm very excited to see him just as a front man.


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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
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Just gave this guy a shot - really digging The Singer and Man Man.


:thumbsup:

Manipulator is a very bright spot in his catalog.

Listening to Manipulator, first thing I ever listen from him, great stuff.

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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
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Nice.


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I celebrate the guy's entire catalog.


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zeb wrote:
I celebrate the guy's entire catalog.


It really is a tremendous I effort. The S/T album has been getting huge amount of play time here.

Zeb, you've got Gemini correct?


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Yeahhhhh


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That one is near the top for me too. Especially after I read the liner notes where Neil Young was thanked.


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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
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i can't be the only one who think we've achieved peak Ty here, people?

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In what way?


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Peak meaning over-saturated. I've hit my limit. Guess I'm just growing bored and or indifferent towards his music.

Finally got around to listening to this Wand record, 1000 Days that I've had for a few weeks after picking it up in SF. Really like it, more than I expected.

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I guess he mixes it up just enough for me to keep enjoying. I respect his work ethic, his genuine joy for the art, and his output is pretty top notch. Lots of quality.

1,000 Days is a pretty great record. Love Wand.


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Peak meaning over-saturated. I've hit my limit. Guess I'm just growing bored and or indifferent towards his music.


I don't know how to feel about this.


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Peak meaning over-saturated. I've hit my limit. Guess I'm just growing bored and or indifferent towards his music.


I don't know how to feel about this.


I know, right? The last records I really enjoyed were Slaughterhouse and Sleeper, and that Live in SF record rips. I don't know, I think I've heard everything he has to offer by this point. He's a super nice dude and the music doesn't suck, its just more me than him at this point.

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first full listen through. guitar work at the end of diversion is a highlight so far. definitely sounds a bit weirder than he's done in the past - i dig it.

got a ticket to see the man for the second time on 2/19, excited. first time i caught him was on the Sleeper tour, looking forward to seeing him cut loose a bit more with electric stuff.


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http://pitchfork.com/news/63295-ty-sega ... sic-video/

If for anything there's some cool remixes that act as the "score" of the film/video.


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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
zeb wrote:
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Peak meaning over-saturated. I've hit my limit. Guess I'm just growing bored and or indifferent towards his music.


I don't know how to feel about this.


I know, right? The last records I really enjoyed were Slaughterhouse and Sleeper, and that Live in SF record rips. I don't know, I think I've heard everything he has to offer by this point. He's a super nice dude and the music doesn't suck, its just more me than him at this point.


i see where SNC is coming from. same thing happened with Guided By Voices for me. at some point, being prolific becomes overwhelming for the consumer


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I have a hard time getting into him for some reason. It seems like I would love him, but I don't. I liked the first Fuzz album, but I don't feel like revisiting it.

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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
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Maybe I'll do a Ty Segall marathon today.

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 Post subject: Re: Ty Segall
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I'll get to him after my Debbie Gibson/Tiffany double feature.

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