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Which artist do you tend to forget how deeply you love, only to put their record on and remember?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ElevateMeLater, Jan 13, 2021.

  1. ElevateMeLater

    ElevateMeLater Jesus of Cool Thread Starter

    Location:
    USA
    Two for me: Squeeze and Sloan. Every couple years or so I go down a wormhole where I only listen to each of them for a week and then don't revisit them for years. Pure pop brilliance from both.
     
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  2. AXington

    AXington Woo!

    Location:
    Acworth, Ga, USA
    ZZ Top, Tears for Fears, Blondie, Black Sabbath, Blues Pills, Depeche Mode... have strangely been through moods for all of these other than BS lately. But I'll go quite a while between listens to their stuff, and always regret not playing them more.
     
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  3. Chris Schoen

    Chris Schoen Rock 'n Roll !!!

    Location:
    Maryland, U.S.A.
    Zeppelin - don't play them often, but when I do... :cool::agree::laugh:
     
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  4. direct driver

    direct driver Well-Known Member

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    Allan Parsons. Truth be told, anything I really love doesn't collect dust.
     
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  5. AXington

    AXington Woo!

    Location:
    Acworth, Ga, USA
    When you do, it's been a long time? Been a long lonely lonely lonely time?
     
  6. Chris Schoen

    Chris Schoen Rock 'n Roll !!!

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    Maryland, U.S.A.
    OOH YEA, OOO YEAH!! :pineapple:
     
  7. rs4951

    rs4951 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Ireland
    John Prine and Chris Rea fall into that category for me.. a few others but they're the big two.
     
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  8. danasgoodstuff

    danasgoodstuff Forum Resident

    Location:
    Portland, OR
    So many, but Sonny Rollins most recently.
     
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  9. Chemguy

    Chemguy Forum Resident

    Well, the Bee Gees...How Deep is Your Love.
     
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  10. Mr-Beagle

    Mr-Beagle Forum Resident

    Location:
    Plague Island
    Stevie Wonder, if only for the years 1972 to 1976.
     
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  11. rockerreds

    rockerreds Forum Resident

    The Kinks
     
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  12. juss100

    juss100 Forum Resident

    Location:
    London
    The Beatles
     
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  13. RSteven

    RSteven Forum Resident

    Location:
    Brookings, Oregon
    Charlie Rich
     
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  14. youraveragevinylcollector

    youraveragevinylcollector Forum Resident

    Location:
    Commerce, GA
    Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, Eric Clapton, The Who, Blondie, John Prine, The B-52s, then most of all... Tom Petty. I forget that I have nearly every album he's made since the late 70s in various formats.

    And as a side note, The Who were the first LP I ever listened to.
     
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  15. Seabass

    Seabass Old Git

    Location:
    Devon, England
    Blondie
    Francoise Hardy
    Hollies
     
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  16. Keith todaro

    Keith todaro Forum Resident

    Location:
    Shreveport
    Art Garfunkel
     
  17. PopularChuck

    PopularChuck Forum Resident

    Location:
    Bay Area
    Rush.

    Loved them through college. Absolutely loved them. Moved on for 25 years and rarely listened to them at all. Started getting back into them in the past year or so. Their late 80s/ early 90s work is better than I remember.

    Except the rap in Roll the Bones. That's still terrible.
     
  18. Pennywise

    Pennywise Forum Resident

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    The Sewers
    Early 70s Rod Stewart.
     
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  19. Keam

    Keam Birds of a feather together flow

    Location:
    Sweden
    Easily Linda Ronstadt and Maria Muldaur. I revisit fairly regularly, but each time I'm taken aback by how good I think it is.
     
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  20. big sciota

    big sciota Forum Resident

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    North Carolina
    Captain Beyond. Just the first album.
     
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  21. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Just a human, a victim of the insane.

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    Many.

    I have to generally take a break from an artist to really appreciate their music (I get burnt out otherwise).
    The more I've listened to an artist all the time, the longer the break is needed til I can love their music again.

    And sometimes the obsessions with a certain artist or artists make me forget about others that I've really loved as well.
     
  22. Alert

    Alert Forum Resident

    Location:
    Great River, NY
    Mark Knopfler's soundtrack work and Nanci Griffith.

    I've gone years without playing either of them but when I do -- boy, do I remember!
     
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  23. Mike Visco

    Mike Visco Forum Resident

    Location:
    Newark, NJ
    Yesterday for my walk-it was the Kinks Misfits on my CD player...and I thought "God I love the Kinks. Today it was REM's Fables of the Reconstruction."

    Not that I forget them, but sometimes just don't play them as much as I should.
     
  24. Isitquiex

    Isitquiex Forum Resident

    Location:
    Texas
    Linda Ronstadt for me as well - I always rediscover deep cuts on the classics but lately I've been fascinated with her underrated late 80s/90s rock albums. I had forgotten how great her powerful voice sounded paired with covers of Paul Carrack, John Hiatt, Tom Petty and Dylan
     
  25. BryanW

    BryanW Likes his pop sunny.

    When you've been collecting music for as long as I have, this urge can strike you at any time - and for any of countless artists. Today, I had a fragment of melody in mind that eventually reminded me of Mariko Takahashi. It has been a while, but I am listening now, and it is wonderful. I'm glad that I have loads of music just a few clicks away.

     

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