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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by 8trackmind, Mar 29, 2020.
I love this album!
I have the LP and cd
Emmylou Harris's Red Dirt Girl album. The link below will bring you to the whole album.
Haunting stuff for these ghostly times....
I haven't listened to the whole album yet.I love what I've heard so far.
Keep 'em coming.
Grant Green's Blue Breakbeats.
i can listen to this all day long.
O.V. Wright - Memphis Unlimited
Otis Rush - Wrong Place, Right Time
Albert King - I'll Play the Blues for You
B.B. King - Live at the Regal
Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar
Tony Rice - Plays and Sings Bluegrass
Elvis Costello - Armed Forces
The Clash - London Calling
The first two Allman Brothers albums
Grand Funk - The Orange/Red Album
Edgar Winter's White Trash
Absolutely ANYTHING by Bill Monroe and Hank Williams!
Should I keep going? Nothing after 1980. Lol
CSNY 4-way street
The Beths - Future Me Hates Me
This has been a massively enjoyable modern album for me. It’s from 2018 and it’s a power pop masterpiece. Can’t tell you how many times I’ve spun the entire thing. Just an embarrassment of hooks.
Old 97’s - Too Far To Care
This is a total 90’s Classic, every track is great, and it flows excellently.
Electric Light Orchestra - Time
Great underrated concept album, the CD version with a few bonus tracks is the way to go, it only adds to the whole package. The CD version essentially makes it like a 3 sided LP, which might be the best way to do it.
Ramones - Road to Ruin
One of my all time favorite albums, lots of variety (yes, the Ramones could do variety!), every song is great.
The Stooges - Funhouse
Just a classic. Start to finish classic. Great flow, just essential. Somewhat obvious but not as obvious as Dark Side of the Moon, so I’m going for it.
That’s what comes to mind currently. Enjoy!
Pink Floyd Animals
Neil Young - Zuma
CHVRCHES Love is Dead. An album of songs about failed relationships that I can't stop listening to.
This link takes you to the full album.
Tom Waits - Mule Variations
Matt Finish - Short Note
Robert Cray - Midnight Stroll
John Hiatt - Comes Alive at Budokan
Cold Chisel - East
Cold Chisel - Circus Animals
Kasey Chambers - The Captain
Lucinda Williams - Live at the Fillmore
Edie Brickell and New Bohemians - Ghost of a Dog
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats - self titled
Alabama Shakes - Boys and Girls
St Paul and the Broken Bones - Half the City (this one's for the OP)
More Songs From The Mellow Struggle by Swearing at Motorists:
This one is a little bit of a deep cut, but a brilliant album by a two piece band. Very lo-fi but excellent song craft and storytelling.
if anyone on here wants to explore something a little different I’d suggest The Soft Bulletin by the Flaming Lips. It is probably one of the best albums front to back that was released in the past 40 years. Psychedelic goodness at its strangest and best.
Woodstock , all of it .
Humble Pie , Rockin the Filmore .
James Gang , Yer Album .
The Beatles , Abbey Road .
Captain Beyond , Captain Beyond .
Blind Faith , Blind Faith .
Chicago Transit Authority , Chicago Transit Authority .
Jefferson Airplane , After Bathing at Baxters and Bless it's Pointed Little Head .
Jimi Hendrix Experience , Axis: Bold as Love .
Johnny Winter , Second Winter ...........
Here’s a couple
Counting Crows - August and everything after
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedos
Genesis - Foxtrot
Yes - Close To The Edge
My Chemical Romance - Welcome To The Black Parade
Pink Floyd - Animals
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
Styx - The Mission
Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Marillion - F.E.A.R.
Stevie Wonder - Songs In The Key Of Life
Prince - Purple Rain
Transatlantic - Bridge Across Forever
Genesis - Duke
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
UFO - The Wild, The Willing, And The Innocent
Elton John - Captain Fantastic & The Brown Dirt Cowboy
Deep Purple - Machine Head
Bruce Springsteen - The Wild, The Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Yes - Relayer
pick any of the Moody Blues second through eighth albums
The Beatles - Revolver
Still is. Amazing player. Tone + chops + amazing technique
Frank Zappa - Joe's Garage - a timeless story of love and redemption
Carole King - Tapestry - the most perfect record ever made
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
Television - Marquee Moon - amazing from first to last