Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by gazzaa2, Nov 18, 2020.
At the moment, I think The Nameless by Cathy Davey (title/opening track below):
Rickie Lee Jones
Björk - Debut
Kim Wilde Teases & Dares
Joni Mitchell- Travelogue
1971, such a great year for music! Great Gayle McCormick album! Opens with her finest: "It's A Cryin' Shame" ~~
Sarah Brightman on the first two cuts of the Phantom of the Opera Broadway Cast soundtrack. Those raised the hair on my neck like nothing else since Judy Collins sang Bells of Rhymney on her 3rd album. So not technically a whole album.
Joni Mitchell - Court & Spark
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like a Wheel
Kate- Sensual World.
Kirsty MacColl- Titanic Days is also right up there.
Bit obvious, but Joni's Hejira
If we can go with a female singer in a group then it is PARALLEL LINES by Blondie.
Otherwise TAPESTRY by Carole King.
For more modern SOMETIMES I SIT AND THINK AND SOMETIMES I JUST SIT by Courtney Barnett.
Cat Power - Jukebox
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
I was just about to add this marvellous album too.
Linda Ronstadt - For Sentimental Reasons
The Pandoras (R.I.P.) Paula Pierce ....
Funny no-one mentioned Suzie baby here ......................................
Tammy Wynette - Womanhood
Generally, I like all Cranberries and Denise O'Riordan RIP. Ditto Carpenters for Karen RIP. Ditto ABBA for Agnetha & Frida. Depends on my mood, but Linda Ronstadt covers most moods, and like the ladies listed above, is unique in her talent.
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