what was the last 'classic album' you got and were knocked out by?

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anything pre 1990 im talking here people.

i know there may be threads that r similair but i want up to date stuff here.
it must be at least 6 months since i was wowed by a classic
('goodbye yellow brick road') so i'm looking for proof that it's still happening.

thanxx!

piscesboy, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:01 (sixteen years ago) link

i got Blood On The Tracks recently and liked it more than I would've previously expected to

Al (sitcom), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:05 (sixteen years ago) link

I'd say Psychocandy but I doubt anyone would apply the "classic" tag to that one :[

bohford, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:08 (sixteen years ago) link

I think plenty of folks would, actually.

latebloomer (latebloomer), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:10 (sixteen years ago) link

psychocandy is undoubtedly a classic.

fortunate hazel (f. hazel), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:12 (sixteen years ago) link

Fleetwood Mac - Tusk
I heard it for the first time after buying the reissue, and I am loving it.

Super Cub (Debito), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:13 (sixteen years ago) link

Perhaps I just hang out with the wrong crowd then.

bohford, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:14 (sixteen years ago) link

Love - Forever Changes

Velveteen Bingo (Chris V), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:14 (sixteen years ago) link

minor classics that have recently knocked me out:
nico - the end
todd rundgren - a wizard, a true star
curtis mayfield - curtis

peter smith (plsmith), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:17 (sixteen years ago) link

tusk OTM.

peter smith (plsmith), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:18 (sixteen years ago) link

Marvin Gaye - Whats Going On
Marvin Gaye - Lets Get It On

Velveteen Bingo (Chris V), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:18 (sixteen years ago) link

I had never heard MBV's Loveless until some dude told me the band I keybored for sounds like them (which I don't entirely agree with, but whatev), about two weeks ago. It is very very ridiculously good.

nickalicious (nickalicious), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:20 (sixteen years ago) link

"What's Going On" too! And Nico "The Marble Index"

Andrew Blood Thames (Andrew Thames), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:20 (sixteen years ago) link

Nico - Chelsea Girl

also Nick Drake - Bryter Later - but I already knew most of the songs on that, so it wasn't quite such a revelation.

hobart paving (hobart paving), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:23 (sixteen years ago) link

"Superfly" - Curtis Mayfield

Wooden (Wooden), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:24 (sixteen years ago) link

i'd been assured for a long time that japan's "tin drum" would blow me away, but it didn't. luckily quiet life and gentlemen take polaroids did blow me away.

fortunate hazel (f. hazel), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:25 (sixteen years ago) link

"This Nation's Saving Grace" - The Fall

M@tt He1geson (Matt Helgeson), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:25 (sixteen years ago) link

I dunno, I'm rarely "blown away" by an album. They tend to grow on me instead, even if I like them when I first hear them.

latebloomer (latebloomer), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:27 (sixteen years ago) link

I had never heard MBV's Loveless until some dude told me the band I keybored for sounds like them (which I don't entirely agree with, but whatev), about two weeks ago. It is very very ridiculously good.

:-) :-) I'm most happy to hear that!

Ned Raggett (Ned), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:28 (sixteen years ago) link

I already had a few Steve Reich recordings, but hadn't heard "Music for 18 Musicians" until a few weeks ago. Wow, wow, and double wow.

Barry Bruner (Barry Bruner), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:32 (sixteen years ago) link

(although the recording I heard was made in the 90's)

Barry Bruner (Barry Bruner), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:32 (sixteen years ago) link

Live Rust
and um the Bands greatest hits record (count?)

danh (danh), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:38 (sixteen years ago) link

18 musicians is so fucking good. has anyone heard that wired magazine music futurists cd? thats the first place i heard steve reich - that cd is really easy to find, and has some awesome stuff on it.

peter smith (plsmith), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:38 (sixteen years ago) link

It's not pre-1990 but Nas's Illmatic happily surprised my ass when I got the 10th anniversary edition. Nobody told me he used to be jazz-rap.

pre-1990: Poison, Open Up And Say Ahh....

CeCe Peniston (Anthony Miccio), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:40 (sixteen years ago) link

Black Flag - The First Four Years

DJ Mencap (DJ Mencap), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:41 (sixteen years ago) link

The Zombies' 'Odessey and Oracle.'

deamous, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:42 (sixteen years ago) link

Donna Summer - Bad Girls
Millie Jackson - Caught Up/Still Caught Up

R.I.M.A. (Barima), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:43 (sixteen years ago) link

Force MD's - Chillin

Velveteen Bingo (Chris V), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:43 (sixteen years ago) link

The first four Harry Nilsson albums. I never realized how many songs I already knew were by him.

Johnny Fever (johnny fever), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:47 (sixteen years ago) link

another vote for Tusk

Robin Goad (rgoad), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:48 (sixteen years ago) link

Art Ensemble of Chicago - Fanfare for the Warriors

earlnash, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:49 (sixteen years ago) link

Classic, but not really an album: Nazam AlGhazali Vol. 1. (50's, 40's? No liner notes, and only minimal information on the web.)

Also that Joe Cuba Sextette Diggin' the Most I just got is pretty great, except for the English language tunes. But the tracks that Cheo Feliciano sings on are uniformly very good.

Rockist Scientist, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:50 (sixteen years ago) link

I picked up the James Brown Live at the Apollo reissue and heard it for the first time and was totally blown away. I hadn't really expected it to live up to my expectations (if I can say something like that).

JC-L (JC-L), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:53 (sixteen years ago) link

Pink Flag

Sean Witzman (trip maker), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 13:59 (sixteen years ago) link

Not really a conventionally recognized classic, but Muddy Water's Woodstock album

jedidiah (jedidiah), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:11 (sixteen years ago) link

Van Morrison - Astral Weeks.....go ahead.

Velveteen Bingo (Chris V), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:15 (sixteen years ago) link

Montrose - S/T. Never had this, remembered some of the songs, then found one. Phew, what a scorcher.

briania (briania), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:17 (sixteen years ago) link

Euphoria - A Gift From Euphoria

actionjackson, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:21 (sixteen years ago) link

Eno - "Music for Films"

Huey (Huey), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:23 (sixteen years ago) link

son house - the 1960s album with death letter on it.
david bowie - ziggy stardust (i always had the soundtrack but never the actual album)
earth wind and fire - the first two albums (not canonical classics but still great)

thesplooge (thesplooge), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:24 (sixteen years ago) link

Not a huge David Bowie fan, but I checked out Low a few months ago and it totally surprised me, right from the first hearing. I can't believe how much enjoyment it's given me - or, at least the first half of it. Side 2, I'm not so crazy for yet; but it took me awhile to appreciate Side 3 & 4 of Tago Mago too. As it is, it's the first Mick Ronson-less Bowie LP I've ever really liked.

Myonga Von Bontee (Myonga Von Bontee), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:49 (sixteen years ago) link

Wedding present - Sea Monsters
Television - Marquee Moon
[I would also like to give a special mention to 'love is strange' by Buddy Holly as most suprisingly contemporary sounding record more than 30 years old I've ever heard.]

hmmm (hmmm), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:56 (sixteen years ago) link

Oh shit, I should've said NEU!

latebloomer (latebloomer), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 14:57 (sixteen years ago) link

Another Green World as much as it is possible to be 'knocked out by".

artdamages (artdamages), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:01 (sixteen years ago) link

i usually skip the instrumental portions of low and heroes. ive discovered lodger lately too, and love it even more after finding out how bowie and eno were commanding/instructing the musicians to make it.

thesplooge (thesplooge), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:02 (sixteen years ago) link

two of my answers already mentioned: Odyssey & Oracle, Pink Flag.
also, Chairs Missing, and pretty soon i imagine, 154. i'm loving Wire

common_person (common_person), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:02 (sixteen years ago) link

Slugfuckers -- Cacaphony

jack cole (jackcole), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:16 (sixteen years ago) link

Glenn Gould's Goldberg Variations.

shookout (shookout), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:30 (sixteen years ago) link


The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle
Stevie Wonder - Talking Book
The Kinks - Village Green

darin, Wednesday, 28 July 2004 15:40 (sixteen years ago) link

on the beach.

i more or less have all of his records and i have the feeling otb is his best studio album. it's the most intense of his folky/soft songwriter albums. there are no real standouts except the first song which i knew from decade. it's all pretty much made of one stone. by the way neil did many shit and average albums. most of his 90s (except ragged glory, dead man was ok) and a lot of his 80s releases (trans, reactor, landing on water etc., hawks + doves was ace) should be mentioned here.

alex in mainhattan (alex63), Wednesday, 28 July 2004 16:11 (sixteen years ago) link

& lô borges ***

budo jeru, Sunday, 20 September 2020 16:45 (six months ago) link

amazing album

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Sunday, 20 September 2020 17:16 (six months ago) link

Get Loose by Evelyn “Champagne” King is the last older album I picked up that immediately felt like one of the best things I'd ever heard. Basically a perfect album.

kitchen person, Sunday, 20 September 2020 17:29 (six months ago) link

xp funny, I was just thinking I'm so burnt out on that album. But Clube da esquina is really as good as it gets, it was probably my favorite album for years. I somehow managed to score 2 clean first pressing copies for $25 each and I don't collect records.

This may be received wisdom but get 'Minas' if you don't already have that one. You can't go wrong with any of Milton's 70's stuff honestly. Make sure you get Lo's solo album with the sneakers on the cover too.

Deflatormouse, Sunday, 20 September 2020 22:01 (six months ago) link

yes get loose is perfect!!!!

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Sunday, 20 September 2020 22:09 (six months ago) link

Make sure you get Lo's solo album with the sneakers on the cover too.

YESSSS

rob, Sunday, 20 September 2020 22:10 (six months ago) link

I've been listening to some albums I did not know, these are some that I have come to know over the past few weeks.

Allman Brothers - Win, Lose or Draw, Wipe the Windows (live) & Enlightened Rogues

The band themselves don't think much of these records, the first two from 75/76 when the Chuck Levell version of the Brothers broke up. Enlightened Rogues is their first reunion record that was produced by Tom Dowd.

Both the studio albums are a bit more tame than the early records, but there is still some good tracks and it's all solid blues based music. Enlightened Rogues is really well recorded, but not slick. The instrumentals "High Falls" and "Pegasus" are both good prog blues in the style of previous Allman brothers musical epics. Their take on Muddy Waters "You cant lose what you never had" is excellent.

The live album is pretty good, although the sound quality is closer to a Dead board tape than 'At Fillmore East' mix wise. The two keyboard lineup gives them a bit more space in their sound. Worth hearing is the "Elizabeth Reed" with this lineup, with Chuck Leavell on electric piano and the lack of a second guitarist, the group sound is not unlike some modal electric jazz.

I guess similar to many other bands, if it was from the 70s, it's worth hearing.

earlnash, Sunday, 20 September 2020 22:53 (six months ago) link

Shopped at a record store today for the first time in six months (Record High in Tempe, AZ) and picked up two stone-cold classics that are fairly new to me: James Gang Rides Again and Ahmad Jamal Trio at The Pershing. Jamal was a safe bet as I love everything I’ve heard but James Gang was a real revelation which I learned about from hearing guitarist Nicole Lawrence rave about it on The Best Show. I’d otherwise only known Joe Walsh as an Eagle and was not interested.

Yelploaf, Monday, 21 September 2020 03:21 (six months ago) link

i need to hear more brazilian albums.

wasdnous (abanana), Monday, 21 September 2020 06:16 (six months ago) link

two months pass...

Peter Gabriel - So (obv already familiar w/ most of it already, but the sequencing and arty-to-poppy range of it is really grabbing me as a full listen)

call mr zbow that's my name that name again is mr zbow (Craig D.), Monday, 23 November 2020 21:56 (four months ago) link

The first Aztec Camera album. No idea how I had skipped it until 2020.

wasdnuos (abanana), Monday, 23 November 2020 22:29 (four months ago) link

Also just heard that album for the first time this year. "Lost Outside the Tunnel" is such a gorgeous song!

As for me, I don't know why it took me so many years to listen to the Fall, but I'm blown away by Nation's Saving Grace and giddy to explore their other billion albums

Vinnie, Monday, 23 November 2020 23:10 (four months ago) link

high land hard lane completely rules, love love love it

brimstead, Tuesday, 24 November 2020 02:28 (four months ago) link

Tigermilk

assert (MatthewK), Tuesday, 24 November 2020 04:50 (four months ago) link

my thing went off because someone mentioned aztec camera. i'm weird and prefer the second album. but yes: totally classic, all the way.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Tuesday, 24 November 2020 05:33 (four months ago) link

I've never been a big Dead person outside of the standard "everybody likes them" American Beauty/Workingman's Dead albums, but I got deep into From The Mars Hotel last month and probably listened to it 15 times. It's quite good.

Johnny Fever, Tuesday, 24 November 2020 05:37 (four months ago) link

XP does that mean Knife is even more totally classic? I'm kinda fascinated by that opinion because I purged that one out of my collection after unsuccessfully trying to get into it for a while. High Land, Hard Rain is rock solid though.

enochroot, Wednesday, 25 November 2020 00:46 (four months ago) link

xp It is! Check out Wake of the Flood and Blues for Allah next (if you haven't).

yes m!ch!gan - the feeling's forever (morrisp), Wednesday, 25 November 2020 00:50 (four months ago) link

Those three are really their best studio albums.

yes m!ch!gan - the feeling's forever (morrisp), Wednesday, 25 November 2020 00:51 (four months ago) link

First lp has its own fand0m, or crossover from garage etc. Its reflective of another drug being used since it was partially written on acid and recoreded on speed anda meat only diet. Aoxomoxoa is pretty good too for the most part.

Solo lps are pretty good too at least the solo Garcia and Ace by BOb Weir and i think Rolling tHunder by Mickey Hart.
worth ehearing as well not as timeless possibly as the early mid 70s run.

They were renowned as a live band for good reason when they did take off properly and could be a let down when they didn't.

Stevolende, Wednesday, 25 November 2020 10:14 (four months ago) link

enoch: no, i'm fairly certain that i'm the only person in existence -now or ever- that prefers knife over high land.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Wednesday, 25 November 2020 15:02 (four months ago) link

Zücker by Fastbacks has been kicking my ass for the last two weeks or so

Duane Barry, Thursday, 26 November 2020 00:25 (four months ago) link

Hell yeah!

Johnny Fever, Thursday, 26 November 2020 02:54 (four months ago) link

I didn't acquire it, but I just listened to Nat King Cole's "After Midnight" for the first time, and definitely will be coming back to it.

o. nate, Thursday, 26 November 2020 04:05 (four months ago) link

Is Tigermilk 25 years old yet? Must be getting close. (1996 it says)

koogs, Thursday, 26 November 2020 06:26 (four months ago) link

one month passes...

Pandemic lockdown was a good time for catching up gems that slipped me by. I discovered Prince Paul's A Prince Among Thieves and Handsome Boy Modeling School's So... How's Your Girl?. I was already a huge fan of De La Soul's first three albums, but I was completely aware of those two works until I started searching for more Prince Paul and came across Robert Christgau's enthusiastic reviews for both.

Also during some Pazz & Jop trawls, I checked out Flipper's Album/Generic (#12, 1982) and Kate & Anna McGarrigle (#5, 1976). Never heard of the former, knew of the latter (mainly through Linda Ronstadt's cover of "Heart Like a Wheel," from the only Ronstadt album I really like) but wasn't sure if I'd actually enjoy their music. Both complete knocked me out. Flipper's is all the more impressive when you listen to some of the other albums on the same Pazz & Jop top 40 - you'd swear it actually came out a decade (even decades) later. I remember when Kate McGarrigle passed away - it saddens me to have waited so long to listen to them, missing any chance to see them in concert. Reading a NY Times review of the memorial concert at Town Hall, Anna says one of the saddest introductions I've ever heard to a song - "I sang backup on this for a while...And I wish I weren't here singing the lead on it.” It took several spins, partly to get accustomed to the polish (the demos are arguably better, but the album has more of those harmonies that are so memorable), but I've definitely grown to love this album.

birdistheword, Sunday, 24 January 2021 05:29 (two months ago) link

ugh, typos galore

*catching up on gems
*completely unaware
*competely knocked

birdistheword, Sunday, 24 January 2021 05:31 (two months ago) link

Have you heard the podcasts Prince Paul did with Open Mike Eagle, looking back at his career? Great stuff, dude's a hell of a raconteur.

Daniel_Rf, Monday, 25 January 2021 11:24 (two months ago) link

^ would second this, that podcast is great fun

on topic: first American Football album, a cult classic
the lyrics can get a bit too emo cringe for me at times, but the guitar tone & playing is absolutely doing it for me
and when the trumpet occasionally comes in it sounds a lot like Hex era Bark Psychosis, which is A Very Good Thing

( X '____' )/ (zappi), Monday, 25 January 2021 11:47 (two months ago) link

two months pass...

Thin Lizzy - Nightlife. I don't know what I was expecting exactly, maybe an album full of rockers like "Boys Are Back," and I knew about Lynott's Van Morrison-isms, but I guess I wasn't prepared for how subtle and how folk and soul inspired much of it is. Beautiful record.

Three Rings for the Elven Bishop (Dan Peterson), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 14:36 (one week ago) link

Two albums from the 60s that I'd heard pieces of but don't think I'd ever sat down and listened to through with intent:

John Coltrane - Ole Coltrane ~ amazing ensemble, McCoy Tyner's piano, especially
Nina Simone - Pastel Blues ~ played this 3x in a row and was just floored. The marriage of old and new; it is both super traditional, easy listening and also very progressive. Need to dig deeper into her catalog if anyone has any suggestions.

Indexed, Wednesday, 7 April 2021 15:05 (one week ago) link

olé is sometimes my favorite coltrane record. maybe it is

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 15:07 (one week ago) link

Olé fans may already be aware, but "Village of the Pharoahs" by Pharoah Sanders is a similar modal piece that doesn't get talked about much.

Halfway there but for you, Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:03 (one week ago) link

Pharaoh Sanders also has an excellent version of "Olé"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEfOkuigXsk

Mr. Cacciatore (Moodles), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:08 (one week ago) link

I think the tune I mentioned might have begun as a variation on the Coltrane.

Halfway there but for you, Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:11 (one week ago) link

Olé is monumental. The title track makes me want to run up a mountain with a bull across my shoulders.

Vanishing Point (Chinaski), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:14 (one week ago) link

Thin Lizzy - Nightlife. I don't know what I was expecting exactly, maybe an album full of rockers like "Boys Are Back," and I knew about Lynott's Van Morrison-isms, but I guess I wasn't prepared for how subtle and how folk and soul inspired much of it is. Beautiful record.

― Three Rings for the Elven Bishop (Dan Peterson), Wednesday, April 7, 2021 7:36 AM

+1
nightlife rules!

also ole` would be the greatest jazz album ever made if he never recorded anything after it.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 17:50 (one week ago) link

Olé RULES

i haven't heard the pharoah sanders version before, though, so i've got that cued up

Zach_TBD (Karl Malone), Friday, 9 April 2021 17:42 (six days ago) link

Olé is monumental. The title track makes me want to run up a mountain with a bull across my shoulders.

― Vanishing Point (Chinaski), Wednesday, April 7, 2021 5:14 PM (two days ago) bookmarkflaglink

i will now be checking out Olé

John Cooper of Christian rock band Skillet (map), Friday, 9 April 2021 17:44 (six days ago) link

I’ve been getting really into thrash and technical death metal lately and have totally fallen in love with mighty Death. I’ve been totally “rinsing” their first 5 albums and it’s like... I feel like a teenager again, just loving this music so much. I’m a total Death fanatic now... it’s so hard to pick just one. My gut says human but my heart says scream bloody gore but leprosy is so fucking sweet but the guitar solos on it aren’t as great... also fucking INDIVIDUAL THOUGHT PATTERNS!! Chuck is god, I swear.

I’ll just say Scream Bloody Gore since I had an enormous blast singing along and air drumming to it while driving last week.

brimstead, Friday, 9 April 2021 19:03 (six days ago) link

nice! yeah i heard leprosy for the first time a few months ago and that thing rips so hard. incredible lyrics too!

John Cooper of Christian rock band Skillet (map), Friday, 9 April 2021 19:04 (six days ago) link

I went to the record store with my Mom a while ago. didn't find anything I liked but she saw a copy of Cat Stevens' Tea for the Tillerman. I know nothing of Cat and her taste is kind of suspect but I didn't want to leave empty handed so I got it. anyway I finally decided to listen to it now. it's fucking great!!! thanks Mom!!

frogbs, Friday, 9 April 2021 19:06 (six days ago) link

Sparklehorse, «It’s A Wonderful Life» (ymmv re «classic», of course)

Mule, Sunday, 11 April 2021 12:24 (four days ago) link

Nevermind, didn’t catch the pre 1990-criteria until after I posted. Carry on.

Mule, Sunday, 11 April 2021 12:25 (four days ago) link

check out in utero too
(nobody cares about that criterion)

wasdnuos (abanana), Sunday, 11 April 2021 13:07 (four days ago) link

lol

peace, man, Sunday, 11 April 2021 13:30 (four days ago) link

Speaking of Coltrane, I just discovered Blue Train <3

Vinnie, Sunday, 11 April 2021 13:49 (four days ago) link

JUst had teh 13th Floor Elevators' Bull Of The Woods reappear in my consciousness after not really listeningto it for a few years.
& finding it pretty magical while still far fro perfect soundwise.
Really muffled in places.
BUt wow shows how good Stacy's guitar is and if it wasn't preceded by 2 lps taht are considered genre classicsit might be much better sung.

Also just had the Misunderstood's london era recordings represented to me in a different way.
Guitars are really something else. Corrosive.
Don't think I've listened to my other versions of this material in a while though do still love it from my early teens.
PLus it has some bits taht haven't really appeared before. Some masterful guitar stuff at teh end of teh version of I'm nOt Talking might have been a structural guide for a number of people if it had been known before now.
Really is some very 'other' stuff and now there's a full disc of this stuff of somewhat similar quality together. previous collections of their work may have had teh Riverside recordings too close to this otherworldly stuff. While the Riverside is still pretty fanbtastic it's not as trepanningly great as this.

Abbey lincoln
Various solo recordings I think most notably Abbey is Blue and People In Me.
Jazz vocalist who may be best known in work with her onetime husband Max Roach. Abbey Is Blue is her in a band with Roach and several other great jazz players who may be better known fro slightly later work.
People in Me is recorded in Japan in 1973 with a pick up band with a Japanese bassist and pianist and 3 members of Miles Davis' band and possibly Miles himself. THey happened to be playing Japan at the same time as the recording.
IT's a little looser than the early recording.

Solomo Burke
now onto the 3rd disc of the recent Atlantic set. Guitar is still pretty strong and vocals are sublime.
Disc 2 has the guitar doing things i think were very innovative at the time and may have been credited to white players as innovations. But are really effective here which is probably more of a source.
3 just has really fluid guitar which probably would have been a great example for rock players of the time

Stevolende, Sunday, 11 April 2021 14:52 (four days ago) link

xpost nicely done

Mule, Sunday, 11 April 2021 15:21 (four days ago) link

Sparklehorse, «It’s A Wonderful Life» (ymmv re «classic», of course)

― Mule, Sunday, April 11, 2021 5:24 AM (two hours ago) bookmarkflaglink

it's a classic

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Sunday, 11 April 2021 15:22 (four days ago) link


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