Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by tinnox, Feb 12, 2018.
Right now what’s fitting to me is Jethro Tull Minstrel In The Gallery
francoise hardy - la question
talk talk - spirit of eden
chet baker - chet baker sings
the church - parallel universe
vangelis - blade runner soundtrack
Currently, Eno's "Reflection". CD, not LP, however.
Yes - Tales From Topographic Oceans
Another album that's proving to be a great unwinding agent for me is Radiohead's "A Moon Shaped Pool". I read a review somewhere that called it "comforting" and I totally agree. There's something warm and soothing about it.
If I really wanna[chill]some Nat King Cole- Johnny Mathis will do it for me-or some-Miles-Wes.
The Specials are always good.
Order in the courtroom! Rudeboy!
Nick Drake's Bryter Layter record is the epitome of comfort for me, couldn't ask for a more relaxing album after a long day. Also Brian Eno & Harold Budd's Ambient 2, some beautiful stuff on there. Can't go wrong with The Beatles either, especially their early stuff.
If it’s been a bad day, Who’s Next does the trick. For a horrendous day only London Calling will help.
A good Charlie Parker anthology.
The Herbie Nichols Trio
Hugh Masekela - The Americanisation Of Ooga Booga, Next Album, The Promise Of A Future, Grrr!
Parliament/Funkadelic - Osmium, Maggot Brain, Cosmic Slop
Easy question...whatever's next on my playlist.
Perhaps that sounds like a bit of a threadcrap comment but it happens to be true. Nothing better after a long day than making a little time for that next musical discovery.
Paul Desmond:Take Ten
Notorious Byrd Brothers
Allison Krause and Percy Plant
Beatles Love Songs
Dave Brubeck: Brubeck Time
Carol King Tapestry
Badfinger: Straight Up
Miles Davis Workin’
Yo yo Ma : Appalachian journey
Different "days" that you speak of call for different musics.
Peggy Lee, Black Coffee
King Crimson, Discipline
Lou Reed, Street Hassle
Ryuichi Sakamoto, 1996
The Clash, Sandanista!
Mekons, Curse of the Mekons
J.S. Bach, Violin Concertos
Or sometimes like @Gaslight, whatever's next. Get rid of your "day" and carry on. Good answer.
Absolutely and can respond daily if you like
My family has taken to eating with something by Erroll Garner playing.
If I've had a day full of frustrations, I'd go for some New Wave Of Heavy Metal records from the early eighties. Maybe some Saxon, Demon, Angel Witch, that sort of thing.
It varies but the likes of Peggy Lee, Julie London, Ella Fitzgerald etc as well as The Byrds, Teenage Fanclub, Francoise Hardy & Bobbie Gentry always go down well at those times.
Sometimes I don't want to hear music at all.
If it's been a real 'DAY' it matters not what's spinning on either the turntable or in the disk tray, I'll be with Mr. Sandman long before the first song has a chance to finish...
Live at Leeds
No one album in particular,depends on my mood and might be a bad i am just getting into or a new release.
What i don’t get is the folks jamming out to music early in the morning on their drive to work!
James Taylor's Greatest Hits always helps put my mind at ease.
Tonight I will be chilling to ZZ Top El Loco
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