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... Dinosaur Jr. rapidly became a solo vehicle for J Mascis. In fact, many of the
tracks on this disc were recorded with Mascis playing most of the instruments.
Oct 25, 2000 ... J. Mascis + the Fog at the Cotton Club in Atlanta, GA on October 25, 2000.
Concert review by James Mann.
From the legendary Minutemen to the raging fIREHOSE, or perhaps as
sidemouse to J. Mascis and the Fog or Porno For Pyros, Mike Watt is one of
music's more ...
... and melodic brilliance of other lone wolf geniuses like Kevin Shields of My
Bloody Valentine, Greg Sage of the Wipers and maybe even J. Mascis at one
Neil Young looms large, both in MV's lonesome warble and the overall air of
wintry forest darkness, as does J Mascis in the tumbling, doleful lead guitar ...
Dec 2, 2007 ... A quiet reunion (including all three original members: J. Mascis, Lou Barlow, and
Murph) compared to some of the more blockbuster acts that ...
... crunchy minor key riffs, and longwinding solos matched by the keening whine
of J. Mascis singing like Neil Young's forgotten brother with an overlay of reverb.
Parker has one of those voices like J. Mascis or Stephen Malkmus that seems
key-challenged on occasion. And he sounds a bit like Jay Farrar on “Blue
Whether this is in reaction to the birth of his daughter or getting his rock 'n' roll
antics out of his system playing with J. Mascis again, it hardly matters what the ...
As I was writing this review, I remembered who it was that I think Ben Dickey
really sounds like: J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. It's almost uncanny! Well, anyway, to ...