Thursday, September 30, 2010

Stevie Wonder - Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants (1979)

Highly Recommended:


Disc: 1
1. Earth's Creation
2. The First Garden
3. Voyage To India
4. Same Old Story
5. Venus' Flytrap And The Bug
6. Ai No Sono
7. Seasons
8. Power Flower
9. Send One Your Love
10. Race Babbling

Disc: 2
1. Send One Your Love
2. Outside My Window
3. Black Orchid
4. Ecclesiastes
5. Kesse Ye Lolo De Ye
6. Come Back As A Flower
7. A Seed's A Star/Tree Medley
8. The Secret Life Of Plants
9. Tree
10. Finale (Stevie Wonder/Journey Through The Secret Life of Plants)

Choco Treat Factory - Hug a Thug!

Kellz - Choco Treat Factory
Put it in Here
1. Chocolate Factory
2. Step In The Name of Love
3. Heart of a Woman
4. I'll Never Love
5. Been Around the World
6. You Made Me Love You
7. Forever
8. Dream Girl
9. Ignition
10. Ignition (Remix)
11. Forever More
12. You Knock Me Out
13. Step in the Name of Love (Remix)
14. Imagine That
15. Showdown
16. Snake
17. Who's That

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Hootin' the Blues...

After hearing this jam follow Gene Hackman around 'Cisco Pike' last night, Matt Hewitt reminded me where I'd last heard this foot-stompin howler: Herzog's 'Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.'
Here's the original fella's performing this classic:

preaching to the choir

for posterity sake (not that blogs are actually a realistic form of archive) I post FIRECOAT. The Singers music video

Lazerwolf the Usurper..........Eric Yahnker
Luther the Prophet...............Jonah Olson
Dogwitch the Siren.........Allison Schulnik
Yor the Behemoth.............Greg Jezewski
Snakebite the Seeker............Derek Wood
Melchior the Skinbeater.......Chris Meszler

Directed by: Matt Hewitt
Cinematography by: Kinsey Van Ost
Grip/Camera Ass.: Nate Bernot

The Singers:

Jonah Olson: vocals & conducting
Aaron Olson: guitar & bass
Eric Yahnker: vocals
Allison Schulnik: vocals
Steve Heath: guitar & vocals
Nick Perry: vocals & bass
Jennifer Porter: vocals & recorder
Lynn Bathke: vocals
Greg Jezewski: vocals & violin
Chris Meszler: drums
Derek Wood: vocals & keyboard

Firecoat from Matt Hewitt on Vimeo.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Dad Jamz

I have a hard time gloating about myself but I can proudly say that I have gained my appreciation for subtlety within music, humor, and even people from my Dad. He has taught me to always look below the surface to find and love rare snack treats. I will always love songs with good melodies, under rated studio musicians, and Hammond organs with Leslie speakers because of him. Download here wont you?

1.The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore - The Walker Brothers
2. Please Let Me Wonder - The Beach Boys
3. Walk Away Renee - The Left Banke
4. Set You Free This Time - The Byrds
5. Farmer's Daughter - Fleetwood Mac
6. Sometime in the Morning - The Monkees
7. Smile A Little Smile For Me - The Flying Machine
8. Master Jack - Four Jacks and a Jill
9. Sleepwalker - Johnny and Santo
10. Sunset Woman - Dave Loggins
11. Massachusetts - The BeeGees
12. Playboy - Gene and Debbie
13. Here it Comes Again - The Fortunes
14. A World Without Love - Peter and Gordon
15. More - Kai Winding
16. All I Have to do is Dream - The Everly Brothers
17. Only Love Can Break a Heart - Gene Pitney
18. You're The One - The Vouges
19. Popcorn - Hot Butter
20. Full Measure - Lovin' Spoonful
21. Smoke Places - Corsairs
22. Every Day I Have To Cry - Steve Alaimo
23. You Better Move On - Arthur Alexander
24. Black Pearl - Sonny Charles and The Checkmates

*The picture is of my dad dressed as Groucho Marx for Halloween in 1977

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Bee Gees - Trafalgar (1971)

This may be a bold statement to some, but it is an easy conclusion for me: Trafalgar is unquestionably my favorite Bee Gees record.
This, from someone who has literally worshiped this band since birth, and was very likely even conceived to a Bee Gees tune.
The truth is, Trafalgar has for many years existed in my life as part of a (at times nightly) ritual. It starts with a small (occasionally healthy) pour of caramel-hued bourbon or scotch, a flop in my favorite easy chair, a silver-eyed fur ball yearning for a lap, and the warm, sweet crackle of needle to vinyl...a pure alien timbre magically leaps from thoroughly worn grooves to thoroughly worn speaker to thoroughly worn earhole. Eyes closed. Mind blank. Mouth saturated. Lap warm. Bliss.

How do you know if an album stands the test of time? Simply put, if you never get to the point where you can't stand listening to it. It is, as Barry coos in the opening verse of The Greatest Man In the World:

Before I heard your voice/
I never heard a sound like that before/
I want to hear it more and more/
Take me to heaven, my love...

1. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
2. Israel
3. The Greatest Man In The World
4. It's Just the Way
5. Remembering
6. Somebody Stop The Music
7. Trafalgar
8. Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself
9. When Do I
10. Dearest
11. Lion In Winter
12. Walking Back to Waterloo

Especially effective moments are found throughout this record: from the original, pre-Al Green, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, to the sweeping crescendo of Israel, to the breathless, nearly-panting finale of The Greatest Man In The World...and just when you thought Robin Gibb was at his most exquisite, tightrope-walking, warbling, man-from-Mars vocal performance in the pseudo-lullaby, When Do I, comes the insane, almost feral chorus delivery of Lion In Winter. Sure, the Beatles hold sway over moments of this record, but to this listener, there is a calming purity and transcendental originality here even the lads from Liverpool in their wildest Strawberry Fields would raise a collective eyebrow at.

Download it here, but also buy the vinyl, carve out a corner, pour a depressant, call for a cat, slap on a diaper, and let go.
You can usually find a slightly dusty copy lying in a clearance bin for about .99 cents.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me (1987)

before grunge, there lived...

1. Little Fury Things
2. Kracked
3. Sludgefeast
4. The Lung
5. Raisans
6. Tarpit
7. In A Jar
8. Lose
9. Poledo
10. Show Me The Way

Thursday, September 23, 2010

George McCrae - Rock Your Baby (1974)

The first disco record? what say you?

now boogie

1. Rock Your Baby
2. I Can't Leave You Alone (I Keep Holdin' On)
3. You Got My Heart
4. You Can Have It All
5. Look At You
6. Make It Right
7. I Need Somebody Like You
8. I Get Lifted
9. Rock Your Baby (Reprise)

I especially like "I Get Lifted."

Iron Monkey - Our Problem (1998)

This is possibly my favorite album cover. And its not even on vinyl! (click on the image for a closer view) At the very least it's my favorite CD cover. Features the artwork of Mike Diana. If you haven't already checked out the his work, do it now. In short, Diana is the only artist to have been jailed, placed on the sex offenders register, and banned from producing artwork solely because of his art. Apparently there are random checks on his house to make sure he doesn't have art supplies. The problem was that his zine was found at a murder-rape crime scene. For a short time he was a suspect but was quickly proved innocent. He lost his Job as a janitor at an elementary school where he used the copy machine to reproduce his drawings... yeah, maybe he was asking for it.

Anyway, Iron Monkey. Holy Fucking Shit. The most vile and gruesome of vocalists John Morrow (now dead of heart failure) coupled with the most doom crunching Sabbathian sludge. Unrelenting heaviness from Nottingham 1998. I haven't been able to stop listening to the CD for years now. I still believe there is none heavier in "conventional" sludge doom.

1. Bad Year
2. Supagorgonizer
3. Bos Keloid
4. I.R.M.S.
5. House Anxiety
6. 2 Golden Rules
7. 9 Joint Spiritual Whip
8. [Silence]
9. [Silence]
10. [Silence]
11. [Silence]
12. [Silence]
13. Our Problem

Monday, September 20, 2010

Wicked game

I forgot this mom jam. I picked the Wild at Heart version because I would rather see Nickolas Cage make out with Laura Dern than Chris Isaak rolling around with that lady's sandy cleavage and butt crack.

Tell Her No

I can't handle the cuteness of the nerdy guitar player.

Neil Diamond


Two very different but equally awesome versions of the song Apache.

The original done by The Shadows

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Next - Too Close

I am currently working on a 90s R&B mix and you can believe this is on there. I like how this song is only about putting your boner on your lady while she dances. This is the anthem of boner jams. My favorite part is "girl I know you felt it, but you know I can't help it" and when the ladies sing "I feel a little poke,coming through, on you."

Friday, September 17, 2010

My Bacharach Choicest Cuts

So, just in-case that massive encyclopedic Bacharach anthology was too beefy for you, or like me, it just didn't include some of your favorite Burt numbers and versions, I made this potent distillation mix for you (actually for me).
Sure it's got some of the big hits featured on the previous compilation, and why not? They are superb! But it's also got some deeper tracks, such as "South American Getaway" from Butch Cassidy..., and some not-so-well-known versions like The Everly Brothers' version of "Trains and Boats and Planes" and "Something Big" by Jim O'Rourke. I especially am fond of Burt Bacharach's own version of "A House Is Not A Home," I appreciate the squeak in his voice. There may even be some surprises in there for you...
I hope you like, I hope you enjoy. I know I will.

1. Burt Bacharach - A House Is Not A Home
2. Jim O'Rourke - Something Big
3. Love - My Little Red Book
4. The Beatles - Baby It's You
5. Burt Bacharach - South American Getaway
6. Dionne Warwick - Do You Know The Way To San Jose
7. The Walker Brothers - Make It Easy On Yourself
8. The Everly Brothers - Trains and Boats and Planes
9. Gene Pitney - Only Love Can Break Your Heart
10. Dionne Warwick - Walk On By
11. Aretha Franklin - I Say A Little Prayer
12. The Five Blobs - The Blob
13. B.J. Thomas - Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
14. Dionne Warwick - I'll Never Fall In Love Again
15. The Walker Brothers - Another Tear Falls
16. Christopher Cross - Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)
17. Dionne Warwick and Jeffry Osborne - Love Power
18. Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, Elton John, Stevie Wonder - That's What Friends Are For
19. Aaron Neville - Don't Go, Please Stay

Soul Taker

If you know me well then you have most likely have heard these songs many times before. These are my jams of all jams and my collection of my favorite soul songs. Download HERE

1. Every Boy and Girl - Lee Moses
2. Cry On - Irma Thomas
3. You Waited Too Long - The Five Stairsteps
4. Take a Look - Irma Thomas
5. Try Me - James Brown
6. I Don't Mind - James Brown
7. Wish Someone Would Care - Irma Thomas
8. How Could I Help But Love You - Aaron Neville
9. I've Been Loving You Too Long - William Bell
10. These Four Walls - Irma Thomas
11. Break-A-Way - Irma Thomas
12. I Can't Take No Chances - Lee Moses
13. Kiss and Say Goodbye - The Manhattans
14. In My Resume - Swamp Dogg
15. I's All Right/For Sentimental Reasons > - Sam Cooke**
16. Bring It On Home To Me - Sam Cooke**
17. I Need Your Love So Bad - Irma Thomas
18. You Don't Miss Your Water - William Bell
19. Coming from Behind/Wish Someone Would Care - Irma Thomas (I can't even accurately describe how genius this song is, so I wont even try.)

** These recordings are from a live show at Harlem Square Club in 1963 and make me so warm on the inside that I feel like my heart is going explode with happiness. You can tell that Sam Cooke, the band, and the crowd are 100% into what is going on at this show. Especially at the sing-a-long part... and that woman in the crowd is squealing with excitement... It's perfect.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Burt Bacharach re-post

I couldn't download that last Bacharach post so here is that awesome 3 disc set re-upped and ready to go:

disc 1:
disc 2:
disc 3:

Disc: 1
1. The Story Of My Life - Marty Robbins
2. Magic Moments - Pery Como
3. The Blob - The Five Blobs
4. Please Stay - The Drifters
5. I Wake Up Crying - Chuck Jackson
6. Tower Of Strength - Gene McDaniels
7. Baby It's You - The Shirelles
8. Mexican Divorce - The Drifters
9. (The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance - Gene Pitney
10. Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird) - Chuck Jackson
11. Make It Easy On Yourself - Jerry Butler
12. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself - Tommy Hunt
13. It's Love That Really Counts (In The Long Run) - The Shirelles
14. Only Love Can Break A Heart - Gene Pitney
15. (There Goes) The Forgotten Man - Jimmy Radcliffe
16. Don't Make Me Over - Dionne Warwick
17. Let The Music Play - The Drifters
18. Blue On Blue - Bobby Vinton
19. True Love Never Runs Smooth - Gene Pitney
20. Blue Guitar - Richard Chamberlain
21. Reach Out For Me - Lou Johnson
22. Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa - Gene Pitney
23. Anyone Who Had A Heart - Dionne Warwick
24. A House Is Not A Home - Brook Benton
25. Wives And Lovers - Jack Jones
26. Wishin' And Hopin' - Dusty Springfield

Disc: 2
1. Walk On By - Dionne Warwick
2. (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me - Lou Johnson
3. Me Japanese Boy I Love You - Bobby Goldsboro
4. To Wait For Love - Tony Orlando
5. Kentucky Bluebird (Send A Message To Martha) - Lou Johnson
6. Land Of Make Believe - Dionne Warwick
7. The Last One To Be Loved - Lou Johnson
8. Fool Killer - Gene Pitney
9. Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Burt Bacharach
10. What The World Needs Now Is Love - Jackie DeShannon
11. Trains And Boats And Planes - Burt Bacharach
12. What's New Pussycat? - Tom Jones
13. My Little Red Book - Manfred Mann
14. Here I Am - Dionne Warwick
15. A Lifetime Of Loneliness - Jackie DeShannon
16. Made In Paris - Trini Lopez
17. Promise Her Anything - Tom Jones
18. Are You There (With Another Girl) - Dionne Warwick
19. Come And Get Me - Jackie DeShannon
20. Alfie - Cilla Black
21. In Between The Heartaches - Dionne Warwick
22. Nikki - The Burt Bacharach Orchestra & Chorus
23. So Long Johnny - Jackie DeShannon
24. The Windows Of The World - Dionne Warwick
25. Take A Broken Heart - Rick Nelson
26. I Say A Little Prayer - Dionne Warwick
27. Casino Royale - Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass

Disc: 3
1. The Look Of Love - Dusty Springfield
2. Do You Know The Way To San Jose - Dionne Warwick
3. This Guy's In Love With You - Herb Alpert
4. Knowing When To Leave - Jill O'Hara
5. Promises, Promises - Dionne Warwick
6. Pacific Coast Highway - Burt Bacharach
7. Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head - B.J. Thomas
8. Odds And Ends - Dionne Warwick
9. Everybody's Out Of Town - B.J. Thomas
10. I'll Never Fall In Love Again - Dionne Warwick
11. (They Long To Be) Close To You - Carpenters
12. Paper Mache - Dionne Warwick
13. One Less Bell To Answer - The 5th Dimension
14. Check Out There - Dionne Warwick
15. Hasbrook Heights - Burt Bacharach
16. The Balance Of Nature - Dionne Warwicke
17. Living Together, Growing Together - The 5th Dimension
18. You'll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart) - The Stylistics
19. Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do) - Christopher Cross
20. On My Own - Patti Labelle & Michael McDonald
21. That's What Friends Are For - Dionne & Friends
22. God Give Me Strength - Burt Bacharach & Elvis Costello

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Fleetwood Mac - Farmer's Daughter



let me tell you this...



California Dreamin'

The original by the Mamas and the Papas

This crazy beach boys cover with a redartdo sax solo

Lee Moses

Bobby Womack

I think it's interesting more than one R&B/Soul dude was into covering it

James Brown

James Brown - Live at the Apollo 1962
Download HERE

I will upload the track list later... I gots homework to do : /

I wish he didn't trust me so much

"Trust, what kinda crap is that!?"

I wish the quality of this video was not so shitty. Hey I will take what I can get.

Wicked Witch - Chaos: 1978-86

This is absolutely insane. You got to hear it. Put it in your face.


Now is not the time to doubt your senses - the Wicked Witch does exist. Born and raised in the musical magical cauldron of Washington D.C., Wicked Witch combines elements from alchemical mentors Parliament Funkadelic, Sun Ra, ESG, Run DMC, James Brown and Jimi Hendrix to cast a crazed spell on the innocent listener. An evil mass of machine-funk with lashings of rhythm and blues and fusion delivered direct from the heart of the Witch, misunderstood psycho-genius weaving his solo web deep within the dark studio walls. Trained by masters at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Wicked Witch is in full control of his art; he plays all, knows all, tells all. His message will not be denied. Believe your ears - Believe your eyes: the Wicked Witch does indeed exist. "
---from EM Records website

1. Fancy Dancer [1985] 5:27
2. Erratic Behaviour [1983] 5:10
3. X Rated [1983] 3:50
4. Vera's Back [1978] 12:02
5. Electric War (Instrumental) [1984] 4:20
6. Electric War (Vocal) [1984] 4:20
7. Fancy Dancer (previously unreleased re-mix) [1986] 4:40

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

spinning the webb (correct download)

the download in the right order is here

thanks tracey!


Monday, September 13, 2010

The Yardbirds - Having A Rave Up (1966)

This is good record

  1. Mr. You're a Better Man Than I - The Yardbirds, Hugg, Brian
  2. Evil Hearted You - The Yardbirds, Gouldman, Graham
  3. I'm a Man - The Yardbirds, Diddley, Bo
  4. Still I'm Sad - The Yardbirds, McCarty, Jim [UK]
  5. Heart Full of Soul - The Yardbirds, Gouldman, Graham
  6. The Train Kept A Rollin' - The Yardbirds, Bradshaw, Tiny
  7. Smokestack Lightning - The Yardbirds, Howlin' Wolf
  8. Respectable - The Yardbirds, Isley, OKelly
  9. I'm a Man - The Yardbirds, Diddley, Bo
  10. Here 'Tis - The Yardbirds, McDaniel, Elias
  11. Shapes of Things - The Yardbirds, McCarty, Jim [UK]
  12. New York City Blues - The Yardbirds, Dreja, Chris
  13. Jeff's Blues, Take 1 - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  14. Someone to Love, Pt. 1 - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  15. Someone to Love, Pt. 2 - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  16. Like Jimmy Reed Again - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  17. Chris' Number - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  18. What Do You Want - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
  19. Here 'Tis [Instrumental][Version] - The Yardbirds, McDaniel, Elias
  20. Here 'Tis [Version for RSG] - The Yardbirds, McDaniel, Elias
  21. Stroll On - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Leonard Cohen - Songs of Love and Hate (1971)


Side one
1. "Avalanche" – 5:07
2. "Last Year's Man" – 6:02
3. "Dress Rehearsal Rag" – 6:12
4. "Diamonds in the Mine" – 3:52
Side two
1. "Love Calls You by Your Name" – 5:44
2. "Famous Blue Raincoat" – 5:15
3. "Sing Another Song, Boys" (live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970)– 6:17
4. "Joan of Arc" – 6:29

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Spinning The Webb

Hey Affectionandos,

Here's my Jimmy Webb mix, "Spinning the Webb."

This is a mix of my favorite Webb songs/versions as done by various musicians (including Jimmy Webb).


Spinning the Webb:

1) Richard Harris... MacArthur Park
2) Jimmy Webb... I Keep It Hid
3) Glen Campbell... Wichita Lineman
4) Art Garfunkel... Saturday Suit
5) Richard Harris... Interim
6) Scott Walker... All My Love's Laughter
7) Jimmy Webb...P.F. Sloan
8) Richard Harris... Watermark
9) Richard Harris... Paper Chase
10) Jimmy Webb... Met Her On A Plane
11) Glen Campbell... By The Time I Get To Phoenix
12) Richard Harris... Gayla
13) Glen Campbell... Galveston
14) Richard Harris... The Hive
15) Jimmy Webb... Sleepin' In The Daytime
16) Art Garfunkel... Crying In My Sleep
17) Glen Campbell... Where's The Playground Susie?
18) The Highwaymen... Highwayman
19) Richard Harris... Didn't We
20) Art Garfunkel... Shine It On Me
21) Richard Harris... In The Final Hours


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Dick Slang

Finally a dance that justifies and even embraces your boner in your basketball shorts. Don't forget to Dougie

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Burt's Back

In response to Tracey's post about Burt having composed so many great songs, i give you this link...
hopefully the download links from that site work!
it's a pretty sweet collection; covers a lot of ground, dawgs.
i really like the racist 3rd track from disc 2.


Best of the Goodness - Vol. 1

I realized I posted The Best of the Goodness Vol. II but not I. Doh!
made by me and Aaron. Download HERE

1. Escape From New York – John Carpenter
2. Master Jack – Four Jacks and A Jill
3. St. Elmo’s Fire – Brian Eno
4. Made In Japan – Buck Owens
5. L’amour Stories – Deerhoof
6. All I Wanna Do – The Beach Boys
7. Ghost Ship In A Storm – Jim O’Rourke
8. Get To You – The Byrds
9. I’m Glad – Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
10. Hospital – The Modern Lovers
11. Boyd’s Journey – Michael Nyman
12. What’s The Most Exciting Thing – Moondog
13. Glass Museum – Tortoise
14. The Dolphins – Fred Neil
15. Massachusetts – The Bee Gees
16. E/OR – Heavy Vegetable
17. Farmer’s Daughter – The Beach Boys
18. Evergreen – Roy Orbison
19. The Biggest Lie – Elliott Smith
20. Complicated Game – XTC
21.Tonight You Belong To Me – Steve Martin & Bernadette Peters in The Jerk

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Your perfume was smellin like bacon, girl...

And your body was smellin like eggs...


this is an old mix from back in my england days when i first heard about northern soul. i would like to share it with you all here now. enjoy.

1. Nothing Can Stop Me - Gene Chandler
2. Getting Mighty Crowded - Betty Everett
3. Nothing Worse Than Being Alone - The Ad Libs
4. That Other Place - Wade Flemons
5. I Keep Trying - Fred Hughes
6. You're The Dream - Roscoe Shelton
7. I Hurt On The Other Side - Sid Barnes
8. Lonely For You Baby - Sam Dees
9. Come On Train - Don Thomas
10. Breakaway - The Valentines
11. You're Gonna Need Me - Ted Ford
12. Being Without You - Maurice Williams
13. Why Don't You Write - Lee Bates
14. But I Couldn't - Harper, Willie
15. Just Another Heartache - Little Ritchie
16. Touch Me, Hold Me, Kiss Me - The Inspirations
17. Tear Stained Face - Don Varner
18. Hung Up On Your Love - Montclairs
19. Running For My Life - Roscoe Shelton
20. My Man Don't Think I Know - Gwen Davies
21. Hold On - Jackie Beavers
22. You've Been Gone Too Long - Ann Sexton
23. That's Enough - Roscoe Robinson
24. I'd Think It Over Twice - Sam Fletcher
25. You'll Always Be In Style - Sid Barnes
26. Don't Let Me Down - Fred Hughes
27. Sweet & Easy - Van McCoy
28. Power Of Love - Humphrey, Amanda
29. Now I'm In Love With You - Marvin L Sims
30. I'm A Fool, I Must Love You - The Falcons

now dance!


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