Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
One of my favorite death metal albums and my favorite album of 2016 make a return this evening
She coulda been singing "blah blah blah" and it would've still been awesome. Her voice added a nice upper balance to the song, and something to focus on, but the words really didn't matter. Pretty eclectic ensemble for a jazz- (pop-?) styled song.
Tonight seems to be jazz trumpet night. First, Best of Harry James
followed by Marsalis Standard Time, Vol. 1 and then Vol 3. From the latter:
I need to get Vol 2.
Thanks to @winders for the assist on this one. Really, really enjoy the sound on this disc. I had an original US vinyl but it was pretty noisy and while i like the 2016 vinyl reissue, this West German early CD issue checks all the boxes for me.
Wish i had gotten into this stuff earlier in life.
I have to give this a second spin. Something lingers...
The beat drop at the beginning, sooo good.
This rather dark and scary music is great, very creepy, and cool with a hifi system. It feels so melancholy, lonely, and despaired, it "feels like I feel," which washes away bad feels. Kind of interesting how that works. I feel it's great for stress and perhaps also for existential dread. My HD650's are whispering nightmarish things to me yet I feel fantastic and very, very relaxed at this moment.
This label, Cyro Chamber, puts out fantastic dark ambient material. I highly recommend Randal Collier-Ford - Promethean, it's quite a journey.
Wow, this album is a journey...
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - Warm-up Set (Live on KEXP)
I just picked up my first ever batch of The Beatles' LPs. Revolver was one of the four, along with The Beatles (aka White Album), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and Abbey Road.
I wish I could love this stuff. It was so overplayed on the radio when I was a kid that I was sick of The Beatles by the time I became a teenager. I know all the songs, of course, but still to this day I rarely play any of them.
I do have a favorite, though: Rocky Raccoon. I liked it, and it barely got any airplay.
It's a similar story with The Beach Boys. Meh.
I dig Rocky Raccoon.
I became cognizant of music and stuff in the early 70's - The Beatles were never really overplayed for me - they were just another band on the radio, although John, Paul, George, and Ringo did pop up on the covers of tabloids often. I'm finally getting interested in The Beatles. Hahaha... I'm surprised it took so long, but perhaps I was rebelling in a way. EVERYONE else seemed to go gaga over them - even though they weren't together any more when I was growing up. Maybe I just blew them off and went down my own path back then?
Love Iron and Wine, this is one my my favorites..
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