Saturday, August 28, 2010

Jimi Paulix (David Welsh)- Live at the House Compound (2010)

Jimi Paulix is the current stage-name for the cryptic Ohio songwriter formerly known as David Welsh. Most well-known for his 1980 private-press Blue Lightning Accent, Paulix's songs have developed a dedicated following due to their wildly idiosyncratic style. Earlier this year, he played a set at a backyard BBQ in Columbus, OH. His first-ever live perfomance. It was a 50th birthday gift for Tom Lax (of Siltbreeze Records). Among those in attendence were Mike Rep, Dan Melchior and his wife and bandmate Letha Rodman Melchior (she recorded the show), Columbus Discount braintrust Tommy Jay, Dante Carfagna (of Numero Group)....and and a veitable who's who of OG Columbus indie types. You can read more about Jimi Paulix's set on the Numero Group blog. One thing; "Norwegian Wood", as referenced in that article, is actually "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away." Thanks again to the Dinosaur for the link.

Download Link: Jimi Paulix (David Welsh)- Live at the House Compound (2010)

1. Towers
2. Love Planet
3. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away (Beatles)
4. Gold 'n' Rose
5. Satisfaction the End
6. Sizzler
7. Utopia
8. Medallion
9. Blue Funk
10. Foxy Angel Lady

Download Blue Lightning Accent right here.

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