Friday, August 12, 2011
Bob Mould Covers Sugar, Decemberists Also Cover Sugar, and Bob Mould's Autobiography Sheds a Little Light
I just finished racing through Bob Mould's autobiography, See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody. I was not surprised to find it was well-written, but I was happily surprised to find that Mould put the auto in autobiography; not that it was done on auto-pilot, but it was an intensely personal account. Mould isn't your typical rock star, so we aren't treated to numerous accounts of groupies and hotel-room destruction, but we are given peeks into going through punk rock as a gay man, working in the pro wrestling business, and struggling through a myriad of problems most of us never encounter. I wish he would have expanded on accounts of certain aspects of his life (such as the break-up of Husker Du), but overall, a quality read.
Bob Mould "covers" Sugar
The Decemberists cover Sugar
Sugar - If I Can't Change Your Mind by misterwilson
Ben Gibbard & Bob Mould - "If I Can't Change Your Mind" by TwentyFourBit.com
SUGAR Explode And Make Up by pterkrogh
Bob Mould guest stars on this Foo Fighters tune:
Dear Rosemary by Foo Fighters
Bob Mould-New #1 by janet weiss
Bob Mould - Trade by djmike81
Bob Mould - Circles (Kill The DJ Mix) by Kill_The_DJ
Husker Du-Something I Learned Today by superfrauz
New Day Rising - Hüsker Dü by Robert Bell
Husker Du - Real World by martin.carlos
Husker Du - Divide and conquer by nicesunset
Husker Du - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lon by BigFootAtWork
I believe the following live version of eight miles High was recorded at the Royal Albert Arms in Winnipeg. Sorry for the spotty sound.
Husker du 8 miles high by ybstatusquo
Buy See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody here. Buy Bob Mould music and merch here.