026 – Lindsay Powell (Fielded/Ga’an)

#026 – Friday, September 21, 2012: Lucky Number — with guest Lindsay Powell (Fielded/Ga’an)

Fielded is the solo project of Lindsay Powell, vocalist of Ga’an. By using vocals and minimal instrumentation, Powell explores the many moods that can be created through experimentation with voice as leader rather than follower of the amplified instrument. The set can range from quiet and weary singsongs to dark and cacophonous chants; oftentimes the movement allows no room for breath from start to finish. The voice is the thread throughout, tying together juxtaposing sounds and removing any need for categorization.
Lindsay is currently on tour, in preparation for her upcoming album, Ninety-Thirty-Thirty on Infinity Cat.

For more information please visit Fielded on — SoundCloud | Twitter | Tumblr

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Tracklist:
Intro Song – Fielded – Late Come To Stay

01. White Car – Feed Me ………………. (Everyday Grace, Hippos In Tanks, 2012)
02. Fielded – Arms of Heaven ………………. (Nintety-Thirty-Thirty, Infinity Cat, 2012)
03. Danielle Dax ‎– Ostrich ………………. (Jesus Egg That Wept, Awesome, 1984)
04. Lene Lovich – Lucky Number ………………. (7″, Stiff, 1978)
05. Roxy Music – Take A Chance With Me ………………. (Avalon, EG, 1982)
06. Jesus And Mary Chain – April Skies ………………. (Darklands, Blanco Y Negro, 1987)
07. Janet Jackson – Rhythm Nation ………………. (Rhythm Nation 1814, A&M, 1989)
08. Joni Mitchell – Court & Spark ………………. (Court and Spark, Asylum, 1974)
09. Art Of Noise – Moments in Love ………………. ((Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise!, ZTT, 1984)
10. Margo Guryan – Sunday Morning ………………. (Take A Picture, Franklin Castle Recordings, 2000)
11. Fred Neil – The Dolphins ………………. (s/t, Capitol, 1966)
12. Steely Dan – Midnight Cruiser ………………. (Can’t Buy A Thrill, ABC, 1972)
13. Bruce Springsteen – I’m On Fire ………………. (Born In The U.S.A., Columbia, 1984)
14. Bob Dylan – Father of Night ………………. (New Morning, Columbia, 1970)
15. Peter Gabriel – San Jacinto ………………. (Peter Gabriel, Charisma, 1982)
16. Magma – Lirik Necronomicus Kant ………………. (Über Kommandoh, Atom, 2004)

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