What people said about Bukowski’s jam Tourette's

9 Comments (since 11 May 2012)

9 years, 6 months ago

hindle4

...Or at this stage, the song was still called "The Eagle Has Landed". Both cool titles! But I remember when I first listened to In Utero and looking at the track listing, thinking "Hmmm Tourette's..? Bet that's gonna sound awesome." Wasn't what I was expecting but at the same time I wasn't wrong!

9 years, 6 months ago

Bukowski

I was rather underwhelmed by the album version but the live version just knocks my socks off.

9 years, 6 months ago

HarryMetcalfe

who was your other musical genius since 1945? i'm intrigued.

9 years, 6 months ago

Bukowski

@HarryMetcalfe Miles Davis and Captain Beefheart; sorry if you get the message twice but I have only just discovered this Reply thingy (bit of a technophobe myself).

9 years, 6 months ago

Bukowski

@hindle4 Did not know that that was the original title of the song, thanks. Isn't it weird that one can type 'that that' and it makes sense?

9 years, 6 months ago

nicolauacornpro

@Bukowski Just got the album this was from, very good, but Nevermind is still their best. By the way nice profile pic! I STILL haven't sat down and listened to Trout Mask Replica yet...

9 years, 6 months ago

Bukowski

@nicolauacornpro If you are just getting started with the genius that is Captain Beefheart may I give you some advice; start with 'Safe As Milk' and then 'Clear Spot' before you embark upon the challenging journey of 'Trout Mask Replica'; think of it as just lowering yourself into the pool.

9 years, 6 months ago

nicolauacornpro

@Bukowski I once immediately went to Trout Mask Repilca. I remember as soon as the first song played, I checked to see if my computer was broken or something. It was so...different...

9 years, 6 months ago

Bukowski

@nicolauacornpro It is a bit of a challenge. Lol.