[Nagnagnag] Kirk solo

Lee Evans snaveeel at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 1 10:48:06 PST 2012


Oh Man, way too difficult, as Grant states...so of course I had to have a go! My crap memory for track names proved to be a bit of a hindrance though.

Kaleidoscope
I Got Weapons
Electronic Sight
Goat Dub Reaction
Velodrome
King Dread
Human Spirit
El Cid Inna Dub

Or alternatively: just Agents With False Memories, which is probably my most played Kirk album!

cheers
Lee



Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2012 19:41:40 -0500
From: turbid at gmail.com
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Subject: Re: [Nagnagnag] Kirk solo

Hi

Yes I'm aware of his vast catalog but it was just an exercise to see what you would choose personally if you were forced to 60 minutes!

Jon

On Tuesday, January 31, 2012, Grant Regnaert <tripreset at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Jon, my bad... I guess I thought that you were strictly refering to just Kirk's solo releases under his own name, not including all his myriad of monikers or I would have most definitely included a bunch of those trax as well.

>
> Or were you in fact just refering to his releases under his own name?
>  Because if you were, personally I think there is WAY too much stuff and of a vastly different variety to condense it all down to just one 60 min comp.

> If that is in fact the case, I would think a 2xCD would be able to do it more justice... at least a bit better.
>
> Because to me, since he has about 75 or  various releases with all his different alias', asking to boil Kirk down to just 60 minutes is tantamount to saying "Make a COIL compilation for a friend who has never heard them (including Time Machines, BLD, ELpH, The Eskaton, Rosa Mundi, etc) that is 60 min in length.

> It just cannot be done.
> Again a 2xCD could maybe do it.
>
> Grant
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> For purely some older solo Kirk material..  I would choose to use in no particular order:

>
> Never lose Your Shadow
> So Digital
> Synesthesia
> Street Gang (it really hurts)
> Indole Ring
> Martyrs of Palestine 12" Mix
> Latin/MYBM
> Wire Trap
> Public Fun

> The Greedy Eye
> One Three Fourgasm
> Leather Hands
> Hypnotic
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> Though that is probably way over sixty min. Lol..
>
> But actually I think a really good place to start, especially for a friend who has never hear Kirk would be his 2xCD album, Earlier/Later.

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> As that album has got all kinda different tracks from 1974-1989.
> And if it can only be 60 minutes long. . then just pick half of the tracks (your own favorites obviously) from the first disc and half from the second.

> As I actually played that for a friend who had never even heard Cabs and he really loved it... especially the variety of it.
> Though Never Lose Your Shadow would definitely HAVE to be on there somewhere as that is a truly amazing track.

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> i've been re-listening to some older RHK solo works lately and i just
> wanted to open up a discussion to the crowd here...
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> if you were to make a 60 minute compilation of RHK solo tracks for a

> friend who has never heard RHK solo, what songs would you use?
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> Anti Christ
> It's the Truth
> I Saw Him Last
> With False Identity
> Chocolate Factory
> White Darkness
> Chant to Jah

> Southern Fried (Latin Style)
> Scientific Exploitation
> Counter Insurgent
> Solid
> Kaleidoscope
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> Something like that....
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>> i've been re-listening to some older RHK solo works lately and i just
>> wanted to open up a discussion to the crowd here...
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>> friend who has never heard RHK solo, what songs would you use?
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