Friday, October 21, 2011

World Of Pooh- The Land Of Thirst



World Of Pooh was Barbara Manning, Brendan Kearney, and Jay Paget (from Thinking Fellers Union Local 282) from late 80's San Francisco. I have to plead ignorance to Barbara Manning because I only came across this a a huge TFUL 282 fan, but it's definitely got me curious. It is kind of like a more accessible less weirdo spastic version of TFUL 282, but by no means an ordinary pop group. Maybe if this album had come out in '93, instead of '89, it would've gotten a hell of a lot more attention. Well, all the young folk these days seem to be all about everything 90's (goddam 20 year pop culture recycle program) so maybe this'll will get more attention, or re-issued...
I unfortunately forget about this album most of the time, I guess because I don't have a physical copy. I have no idea how so many fucking people only listen to music on computers, for some reason it just can't hold my attention quite as well and I miss out on a lot of stuff. I guess I need to get over that...just a little, at least.

http://www.mediafire.com/?qh3x38q4gw6cs9s

4 comments:

  1. I'm a big fan of Barbara Manning, and I've seen this record mentioned several times but never heard it. So thanks VERY much for posting.

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  2. My pleasure, hope you like it!

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  3. the next couple of Manning albums that followed this were practically Flying Nun albums, very much resembling clean/chills/verlaines. Quite good, but the TFUL element is gone.

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  4. I downloaded one (forgot which) mostly for the "Mark E Smith and Brix" song, but from what you said, I should check out more. Thanks!

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