Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bzfgt, Oct 7, 2017.
The whole album is fantastic. One of the best sleeper albums ever recorded. American Kid - Wikipedia
Note: Robert Plant is a backup singer on this album.
Blues in D - Kate & Anna McGarrigle
I could never "despise" Blitzkrieg Bop but I know what you mean.
Right now, sorry I don't have a link to the exact track, but the Dead playing Row Jimmy on this set:
By the way, if you never liked the Dead but feel like you might if you heard the right stuff, don't click this.
Yeah, "despise" is probably too harsh
On A Chinese Honeymoon-The Mills Brothers
Joe Strummer, "Redemption Song"
The song I just listened to:
Again, I know what you mean, though. I can get sick of BB and Sedated because of the exposure, but sometimes really well-written songs are the easiest to get sick of because they stick in your head every time you're exposed to them.
Frank Sinatra & Fred Waring - An Old-Fashioned Christmas (1964)
Originally from the album "12 Songs Of Christmas".
Every year at this time....either a song by War or The Yardbirds....right now, "Galaxy" by War...in a few, "Over Under Sideways Down". The story for why these are the bands I listen to before xmas is long, but it has been a 25 year thing
Under the Milky Way by The Church
This is one of several I like now, but especially right now, because of comments about no one about sounding like The Black Crowes.
I give you Maker - Girl Quit Your Crying
You have to click on that and go to Youtube to play it for some reason.
Baby Be Good/Smithereens
Gang Of Youths-The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows:
The Alan Parsons Project - Where's the Walrus?
Not my absolute favorite song right now, but it's one that I've been listening to a lot since discovering it recently.
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