Thursday, June 28, 2012

'79 Lasry Coupe


This time we have the Patchwork release, Modern Way, which some folks consider to be Lasry's most rockin' record. There are some fairly scorching guitar shreds on the B side. In fact this one gets around quite a bit genre-wise. Jazzy, ambient, space rockers, whatever made the grade in 1979. I checked the blogosphere for this before posting and found quite a few copy-cat posts featuring a misnamed Patchwork compilation with a few tracks from Modern Way. Figured it wouldn't hurt to offer up the real deal. Not much in the way of credits on the sleeve but by this time we know Teddy is pretty much a one man band. He will definitely be covering synths, reeds and drums. Not sure about the guitar and bass. Once again this is a slightly modified rip. Stretched a bit.

15 comments:

Easywind said...

"Patchwork 44" is highly interesting to me - please send a link! Thnx a lot!

Zeroy said...

Modern Way . . .

Easywind said...

Thnx - U make my day!

Tristan Stefan said...

beautiful.... gotta love lasry!

Tex said...

Mmmm.

The touch...the feel...of Patchwork!

Tex
(nope, I got no clue what that means either)

Anonymous said...

nice, thanks for posting the real thing, the other one circling round, with 16 tracks, compiles at least patchwork numbers 24,44 and 59...

KiDG said...

Thanks!

fslmy said...

whats with slowing it down like that?

Dr. Nyquist!!?! said...

thanks

Dr. Nyquist!!?! said...

thanks

Michael said...

Thank you very much !

Michael said...

Thanks!

william gerould said...

Solid!

DonHo57 said...

Thanks for this!

Anonymous said...

cool stuff.
thanks for sharing