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Need help identifying an album I heard/saw.

This is a case of forgetting to write something down. I was in a record shop in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle, and the shopkeep was spinning a record that I enjoyed a made a mental note to look the band/album up when I got home. And now a night has passed and the details I remember are coming up with nada when googled. The details: 1. The band name was something that ended in "-ex", like Solex or Purex. I remember thinking it kinda sounded like it could be the name of a condom. 2. The clerk said it was released "last year" (he could have meant 2011 or 2012). 3. The album cover was a letterboxed (think Joy Division's "Closer") picture of a rose and a chain, the rest of the cover was red.
posted by R_Kamidees on Jan 31, 2013 - 6 answers

 

I want to play what they want to hear

Guitar/Music filter: what handy tools can you recommend to remind you of the songs you can play, for those occasions when you're asked to perform out of the blue and your mind goes blank. [more inside]
posted by HopStopDon'tShop on Nov 24, 2010 - 10 answers

Help me decide which iPad to buy

How much memory do I need, to accommodate my uses for an iPad? [more inside]
posted by jcdill on Nov 20, 2010 - 10 answers

How do I write music over the course of my workday?

Are there any websites with a flash piano (or something) where I can record, save and email to myself simple melodies I've come up with? [more inside]
posted by windbox on Oct 25, 2010 - 4 answers

Could I have heard 'O Siem' before 1995?

Wasn't the song 'O Siem' around before Susan Aglukark recorded it in 1995? I feel certain that I heard it in the 70s. In case it matters, I lived in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada as a child from 1971 to 1979, and it was during this period that I believe I heard the song on the radio. The Wikipedia entry for the song credits Aglukark as one of the writers and mentions no other versions. I also can't find any earlier reference on allmusic or via a Google search. Could it have been spelled differently? I think the lyrics were the same. I remember the title phrase being pronounced "oozy-em" and the inclusion of at least some of the same lines as in the chorus of the Aglukark song: "O Siem / We are all family / O Siem / We're all the same". I'm an amateur musician and have a very good music memory. If this is a false memory, it is an incredibly convincing one, and I have not previously (knowingly) experienced anything similar.
posted by dopeydad on Oct 20, 2010 - 4 answers

How much memorization does art dance performance require?

How much memorization does art dance performance require? [more inside]
posted by Joe Beese on Nov 24, 2009 - 6 answers

My brain is severely limiting what music I can listen to. Is this normal?

My brain is severely limiting what music I can listen to. Is this normal? [more inside]
posted by pyrom on Jun 12, 2009 - 25 answers

One word for music and memory association?

Is there a single word or phrase to describe the association of songs (or music in general) with memories? [more inside]
posted by routergirl on Apr 3, 2008 - 13 answers

Terrible memory inside..

How do you guys memorize song lyrics? [more inside]
posted by aeighty on Apr 10, 2007 - 27 answers

I need to dig up a song from my memory.

How to help myself remember the words and tune of a song I sang as a child? [more inside]
posted by winston on Sep 1, 2006 - 7 answers

Looking for a word that means "musically-induced memory."

Looking for a word that means "musically-induced memory." [more inside]
posted by user92371 on Aug 2, 2006 - 7 answers

Niggling riff

A simple one for people unlike me with a decent memory. What's the name of the song that plays when you go to http://donacion.organos.ua.es/ont, and who played it originally?
posted by Holly on Mar 18, 2006 - 2 answers

Name this song: sung by a woman, "sing a lovely song"

Song name! I can't remember practically anything about a song except that it was sung by a woman, say alto range, and contains the words "sing a lovely song" sung such that "sing" was held for longer than any other syllable in that phrase and "love" was sharply higher than any other note in the phrase, and I think held for less time than "a", "ly" and "song", "song" being held but not for as long as "sing". I realize that's not much to go on, but maybe someone has an idea? Also, I might be wrong about it being sung by a woman, and possibly everything else.
posted by kenko on Sep 10, 2004 - 6 answers

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