Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Aquarium Drunkard Presents :: Ghost-Capital IV (c90 mixtape)

I’m very pleased to be dropping this 4th installment of Ghost Capital’s mixtape series for Aquarium Drunkard. This'll be my first mix in nearly a year. I'd also like to dedicate it to my valentine's sweetheart, Alley. "Husenek fa masher..." ♥

*The cover art is from Paul Heismann's Nude Abstraction, 1939


Says AD: "Once again, we touch down in Portland, OR with the fourth installment of our Ghost Capital series. Helmed by Nick Barbery with an ear bent toward the obscure, esoteric and out-of-print, Ghost Capital digs globally mining the secret shafts of psych, folk, blues and beyond."

Side A
2. You Made Me Warm / The Sharks
4. El Gallo / Los Camperos de Valles
11. Count Your Blessings / Ken Parker
13. Voh Ishq Jo Humse / Farida Khanum

Side B
5. Between Moons / The The


Holly said...

Happily grabbed from AD earlier today - can't wait to listen to this evening!

Unknown said...

All of the mixtapes you cooked before were great, it's really exciting the arrive of a new one.

Having downloaded almost everything you've discovered us during these years, i can´t find the words to thank you properly the extraordinary work you do with this ark of treasures.

Good luck, health, food an sex for you!

P.D: Here you have what i expect to be a very "ghostcapital" song from Hugo Blanco. Hope you and anyone can enjoy it:

Anonymous said...

thank you bunches! always appreciated

Cangri said...

Wow. I love you! Thanks for everything. But Follakzoid? WTF?

nicholab said...

Many thanks for the kind words, friends. @Cangri - Also much appreciated, although I'm not sure I understand the issue. FZ sounds good to these ears. Paz.

Anonymous said...

nicenice.. luvin' these comps!!! THNX JOE SUPER BLOG..

Dan Leo said...

Hooray! I love your mixes! Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Ha. What's wrong with Follakzoid?
Seems like a tasteful excursion within a Krautish framework. Or is this genre supposed to be retired?

Riz said...

Ghost with the most… thanks GC… sublime new mix. I reckon it could be one of the best. Really digging that Norma Tanega track.

Riz said...

…oh and the Kesarbai Kerkar track is heavenly too. My knowledge of Indian Classical is pretty scant, do you have any good recommendations to follow in that area? It's a pretty big apple to know where to bite first.

Anonymous said...

Nice Work! Very appreciated. Thank you!
Cumbia san Palebra! : )

AlleyPB said...

Wonderful mix... and thank you, love. :)