Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by stanleynohj, May 13, 2022.
Patti Smith - Horses. Any song will do.
The one record I thinks rocks this hard before this is the Stones I Wanna Be Your Man. That record is loud with a blistering distorted solo. It needs to be heard on the 45 for maximum impact, but that's true of The Kinks singles too. They mastered those records hot in the 60s, when that wasn't a bad thing.
Don't hear that one at all.
If not mentioned both "KISS"-PRINCE and THE BEATLES- "TOMORROW NEVER KNOW'S" seemed to come out of "nowhere"....they both still do for me.
Pink Floyd - Money and One of These Days
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Jimi - Are You Experienced
Link Wray - Rumble
Thanks Elaterium, I've never heard that before and thoroughly enjoyed - heavy is probably the best way to describe it.
Paul's McCartney's "Jet" clearly has no precedent.
Other than those blatant Iommi-isms.
Virginia Plain. At the time it sounded as if it came from another planet.
Not including songs that have already been mentioned.
Paul McCartney - Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
Led Zeppelin - Kashmir
The Who - A Quick One, While He's Away
Paul McCartney - Kreen-Akrore
The Who - Magic Bus
Courtney Barnett - Avant Gardener
Led Zeppelin - No Quarter
The Beatles - Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite
Nico, "Marble Index". Any song will do.
Yours Is No Disgrace
The Velvet Underground - I'm Waiting for the Man
Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
Jeff Beck - Beck's Bolero
John Leyton, Johnny Remember Me:
Bo Diddley, absolutely. There's a guy who actually invented his own genre.
Eternity's Children, Mrs. Bluebird:
There's a fair amount of Curtis Mayfield in Kiss.
The Incredible String Band, "The Mad Hatter's Song" (et al)
Blues Magoos, We Ain't Got Nothing Yet:
Ran-Dells, Martian Hop:
The Beach Boys — Wind Chimes
Link Wray, "Deuces Wild"
Also, Fall Breaks and Back to Winter by The Beach Boys
I’m surprised no one mentioned Talking Heads, especially most songs from Remain in Light.
Once in a Lifetime
Born Under Punches.
"In the Air Tonight" - Phil Collins
"Tubthumping" - Chumbawamba
"Come On Eileen" - Dexys Midnight Runners
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