July 1, 2006

The Dears, KCRW, 29 November 2004/Lamacq in the City, 4 May 2005/Gideon Coe, 23 June 2006

Posted in mp3, radio session at 6:17 am by rgsc

Photo from LITC show in Cambridge.

I am remote blogging so this one is going to be quick.

Montreal’s The Dears make orchestral-pop that has an epic scale. It is almost operatic. This, my friends, is powerful stuff. These tracks are from their BBC6 Lamacq in the City concert in Cambridge and their 2004 studio session with KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Look out for a new album, titled “Gang of Losers”, due out in August.

The Dears, Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, 29 November 2004

1) Intro.mp3 (0.5 MB)
2) We Can Have it.mp3 (4.88 MB)
3) Lost in the Plot.mp3 (5.36 MB)
4) Who Are You, Defenders of the Universe.mp3 (3.83 MB)
5) Interview.mp3 (6.08 MB)
6) Hate, then love.mp3 (5.4 MB)
7) Postcard from Purgatory.mp3 (7.58 MB)
8) outro.mp3 (0.6 MB)

The Dears, Lamacq in the City, Cambridge, BBC6 Music, 4 May 2005

* The Dears, The Second Part.mp3 (6.42 MB)

BONUS:

The Dears, Gideon Coe, BBC6 Music, 23 June 2006

Thanks to For the ‘Records’ for the heads up.

1) Intro.mp3 (0.5 MB)

2) Ticket to Immortality.mp3 (3.97 MB)

3) Interview.mp3 (4.36

4) There Goes My Outfit.mp3 (3.68 MB)

5) Outro.mp3 (0.3 MB)

Buy their albums via KCRW.

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4 Comments »

  1. Hiya,

    This INDEED is powerful stuff. Thank YOU!

  2. colin said,

    Just wonderful… thanks so much!

    I’m adding you to my blog roll 🙂

    Colin (Glasgow)

  3. JJ said,

    I fucking love the dears

    !!!

    holla

  4. Allan (Canada) said,

    What a gift. Thank you!


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