Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Sep 25, 2015.
Anthemic classic metal
Here's a taste of Jellyfish's Bellybutton, an awesome album (listening in order adds to the experience).
Their follow-up Spilt Milk was very good too. Both albums have multi-layered instrumentation in old-school pop-rock style, with smart lyrics.
The Replacements have lots of good tunes, but this one... I really like it!
Time for ANGRY EARS MUSIC NIGHT!!!
No offense, but I prefer the Mats. Not angry enough maybe?
Someone clued me onto this. Keith Jarrett hums when he plays piano (like Glenn Gould). However, this is him in full voice, slaying the yelping puppies to death. LOL.
Heres the full album: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgIJnKMJSNEyHROpQaVlmHBW2I9xeAUKR
Its actually passable, pleasant even. However, this is KEITH JARRETT. This is like Led Zep playing Kind of Blue, in mirror contrast.
I just listened to it in Tidal, it's stunning, not exactly in a good way. Bob Dylan has nothing to worry about.
The song below is with the Art Ensemble of Chicago, and its not what you think it is.
That timbre !
I was driving last night on a near empty freeway listening to this. Jazz seems meant for the nighttime.
Good morning album. Some high tones work like chimes and then the bass kicks in. Makes waking up fun...
A very nice way to start the workday
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