TMR

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TMRThe Maze Runner (book and movie)
TMRTomorrow
TMRTimer
TMRThird Man Records (Nashville, TN)
TMRTunneling Magnet- Resistive
TMRThe Mexican Runner
TMRTransmyocardial Revascularization
TMRTotal Mixed Ration
TMRThe Medieval Review
TMRTexture Miss Ratio
TMRTrendnet Memory Card Reader
TMRTeam Mitsubishi Ralliart
TMRTransmissive with Micro Reflective
TMRTriple Mode Redundancy
TMRToo Many Registers
TMRTransmission Medium Requirement
TMRThe Missouri Review
TMRTrademark Metals Recycling (Florida)
TMRTriple Modular Redundancy
TMRTrade Marks Registry (intellectual property; various locations)
TMRThe Morgan Report (investments newsletter)
TMRThe Master Race
TMRTraining and Mobility of Researchers
TMRTM Revolution (musician)
TMRTown of Mount Royal (Montréal)
TMRTrainable Mentally Retarded
TMRTargeted Muscle Reinnervation
TMRTunnel Magnetoresistance
TMRTrout Mask Replica
TMRTotal Mortality Rate (statistic)
TMRTeam Marketing Report (Wilmette, IL)
TMRThe Machine Room (various locations)
TMRTargeted Medication Review (US DHHS)
TMRThe Matrix Reloaded (movie)
TMRTokio Millennium Re Ltd. (various locations)
TMRTOPEX Microwave Radiometer
TMRTalented Mr Ripley (movie)
TMRTetramethyl-Rhodamine
TMRTalented Mr. Roto (Matthew Berry pen name)
TMRThe Manufacturing Report (Lionheart Publishing)
TMRTom Marvolo Riddle (Lord Voldermort from Harry Potter)
TMRTakanori Makes Revolution (Japanese singer and actor)
TMRTactical Mobile Robot
TMRTivoli Management Region
TMRTransportation Movement Request (US DoD)
TMRTime to Maximum Rate
TMRTissue Maximum Ratio
TMRTransportation Movement Release
TMRTotal Materiel Requirement
TMRTotally Meaningless Relationship
TMRTunnel Magnetic Resistance
TMRThe Medical Reporter
TMRTechnology Management Resources, Inc (Commercial Banking Solutions Provider)
TMRTraditional Matrix Representation
TMRThe Message Remix
TMRTal'mahe'ra (EverQuest guild)
TMRTeledyne Materials Research
TMRTravel and Miscellaneous Reimbursement
TMRTransportation Movements Release
TMRTraining Management Review
TMRTraining Materials Record
TMRTraining Management Representative
TMRThe Moonkin Repository (online gaming forum)
TMRTechnical Managers Representative
TMRTechnology Management Review
TMRTrackline Multiunit Return (US DoD)
TMRTechnical Modification Request
TMRTokin' Marijuana Religiously (tag crew)
TMRTechnical Market Research
TMRThe Midnight Raid
TMRTom Mackie Racing (automobiles)
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In "Orange Claw Hammer," from Trout Mask Replica, he's a broken old sailor, Ahab himself as a bum in the alley, muttering about Painless Parker and cherry phosphates, seeing a woman on the street, or every woman: "God before me if I'm not crazy is my daughter." He puts you on the street with him, watching the madman, wondering what you'd do, what you'd say, if you could say anything.
For "Trout Mask Replica" he was said to have confined band members to a house for months on end and given them names like Zoot Horn Rollo and the Mascara Snake, in an atmosphere some of them later described as "cult-like."
Acetate: An old-fashioned way of recording a single or album on to a disposable disc for record executives or press previews - a real collector's item and forerunner of the demo tape Captain Beefheart: Stage name of US born psychedelic rocker Don Van Vliet, who created bizarre records such as 1969's Trout Mask Replica and is considered a rock snob god.
Older vinyl included Manassas (Atlantic SD 299030996), Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica (Straight STS 1053), and Jane Siberry's No Borders Here (Open Air OA-0302).
Anyone who has heard tales about how the good Captain would lock his band away for days on head while they honed the masterpiece that is Trout Mask Replica will know what she means by ordered chaos.
With irregular time signatures and dramatic rhythms The Physics House Band are a collision of Trout Mask Replica era Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, King Crimson and The Mars Volta.
His early, critically-lauded, albums included Safe As Milk (1967), Strictly Personal (1968) and what many consider to be his best work, 1969's Trout Mask Replica. It included 28 often bluesy (and often difficult to categorise) tracks, and was hailed as a masterpiece by many people who had their finger on the pulse - not least the late John Peel, who was a great champion of his music.
My decision to buy Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band's Trout Mask Replica was another utterly life-changing moment, based purely on the description of it in Q as one of the most un-listenable albums ever made.
A lot of the credit for this has to go to the twin guitar attack of Gary Lucas and Denny Walley, who manage to recreate the rumbling, slightly out-of-time sounds of classic albums such as Trout Mask Replica and Clear Spot almost exactly.
With a line-up taken from different incarnations of the group, the band performed most of the classic album tracks including Safe as Milk and Trout Mask Replica and proved to be a knockout.
Like devils in white zoot suits, the veterans covered every inch of the band's back catalogue from their early desert blues days (Electricity), to free-jazz (Sun Zoom Spark), from R&B boogie (Diddy Wah Diddy) to the avant-garde days of Trout Mask Replica they were all magic.
Trout Mask Replica - Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band