Alvin's roots in the blues certainly play a big role in The Third Mind, but so does hard rock, psychedelia, jazz, and improvisational music, and this context -- essentially a jam band without audibly hippie-like tendencies -- shows that his willingness to take a risk pays off handsomely. You’ll hear something new with each listen. I thought I bought a CD. As a former card carrying member of jamband scene this would have fit nicely back in the late 60's-70's and the late 90's-00's when improvisational jams were king.

God, I hate the fucking new world. Alvin's roots in the blues certainly play a big role in The Third Mind, but so does hard rock, psychedelia, jazz, and improvisational music, and this context -- essentially a jam band without audibly hippie-like tendencies -- shows that his willingness to take a risk pays off handsomely. CA-based supergroup, THE THIRD MIND, featuring an all-star line-up of players –Dave Alvin (guitar, vocals), Victor Krummenacher (bass, vocals), David Immergluck (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Michael Jerome (drums, percussion) with special guest Jesse Sykes (guitar, vocals)—will release their self-titled debut album on February 14, 2020 via Yep Roc Records. What's this download bullshit? The London-based shop of Rough Trade ordered a substantial number of copies. Downey, California, Dave Alvin, Victor Krummenacher (Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven), Michael Jerome (Toadies, Better Than Ezra) and David What's this download bullshit? We chose songs/compositions primarily identified with the 1960s underground scene as a tribute to the open-minded music of that period as well as to the fearless musicians like Alice Coltrane, Michael Bloomfield, Fred Neil and Roky Erickson, who helped create the sounds of the era.”, Today, the band shared the video for the first single, “Journey To Satchidananda,” created and directed by Jonathan Segel (Camper Van Beethoven, Sparklehorse).

Sophomore release from Chi-city rock-n-rollers is a big and brash, but smartly crafted, toe-tappin' garage album. Now to spin this and take flight. "[3], Levermore and Roadrunner ended their collaboration in April 1994. Journey in Satchidananda 2. Morning Dew 5. "[4], The Rising From The Red Sand series was met with stronger demands than Levermore had anticipated. The Third Mind by The Third Mind, released 14 February 2020 1. If you like The Third Mind, you may also like: supported by 10 fans who also own “The Third Mind”, I thought I bought a CD. If anyone was expecting that this would be the album where Alvin would remake himself into an avant-garde noise artist, they get shut down pretty quickly; however, while it's not hard to recognize the rudiments of his guitar style in these jams, he does take the opportunity to stretch out and explore the space around him in a way that's fresh and challenging. The Dolphins 3. robertes, supported by 8 fans who also own “The Third Mind”, Great stuff from the home studio! Arrived 10/26/20. After the fact, he and his producer would edit the long jams into a more practical shape. Name.

The label derived its name from the book The Third Mind, a work compiled by Beat Generation author William S. Burroughs and artist Brion Gysin using the cut-up technique.. History. The name Saccidānanda or Satchidananda (Sanskrit: सच्चिदानंद) is a compound of three Sanskrit words, Sat (Sanskrit), Cit (consciousness) and Ānanda (Hindu_philosophy), meaning essence, consciousness, and bliss, respectively. [5], In 1983 Levermore started Fourth Dimension Records as an offshoot of Third Mind.

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Bandcamp New & Notable Aug 5, 2014, First Flightby Chris Forsyth / Dave Harrington / Ryan Jewell / Spencer Zahn, Now to spin this and take flight. (Whether you actually need three different versions of "East/West," the shortest of which is 14 minutes, is an open question, but each one here is honestly engaging.) East West 6. [6] In 1991, Roadrunner had already bought a 50 percent stake of Third Mind[7] which gave Levermore a greater financial leeway since Roadrunner paid Levermore "a salary for three years to continue running the label while they financed new releases. based on Rich and carefully-sculpted songs that cross-wire country and roots music with jazz, samba, and more. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 23, 2019, Sophomore release from Chi-city rock-n-rollers is a big and brash, but smartly crafted, toe-tappin' garage album. No user score yet- Awaiting 2 more ratings, Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace. Morning Dew 5. [4] "Those compilations sold quite well", remembered Levermore, "and more or less provided the fund base to actually put out three or four albums."[3]. The label derived its name from the book The Third Mind, a work compiled by Beat Generation author William S. Burroughs and artist Brion Gysin using the cut-up technique. [2] During that time Levermore started contacting bands he had discovered through diverse media and on concerts which would finally be featured in Tone Death. "[2] His considerations led to the double cassette release Rising From The Red Sand Vols.

moremusic63, supported by 6 fans who also own “The Third Mind”, Play It On The Tannoysby Stranger The Horse, Rich and carefully-sculpted songs that cross-wire country and roots music with jazz, samba, and more. What a rip-off! The Third Mind They put their own spin on songs made famous by Alice Coltrane, 13th Floor Elevators, Tim Buckley and others, plus an original song, "Claudia Cardinale." A deluxe edition includes two additional remixes of, Dave Alvin worked with David Immerglück, Michael Jerome, Victor Krummenacher, and Jesse Sykes to record a new track as well as five cover songs in the improvisational way Miles Davis and his producer Teo Macero did for Davis' albums. ... Levermore said, "there's been many occasions over the years when I've seen a band that I wanted to work with go somewhere else and have a bit of success."