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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Heavy Formvar, May 6, 2020.
Ragged Glory and Le Noise totally stand up to his earlier work.
Back to Basics - bedrock fundamental groove - Serious Stones
Still Climbing Mount Olympus - Robben Ford (and on a Tele, too!)
OMG. He blows chunks. Just because he uses a tele doesn't make him the "Boss".
Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan.
Since I've only seen one other mention, Robin Trower. He's still putting out great albums and still tours a bit. He's even singing these days. This one's from about 6 years ago:
The Rolling Stones
There is no other band i could compare to TP & HB, they just kept the good stuff coming and filled stadiums for about 40 years, just phenomenal. Tom's passing was such a tragedy; who knows how much good music he still had in him.
Ding ding ding. I think Beck is the over all winner. For what he does, the guy is truly better than ever and it is just amazing.
That's in their classic period. Notable is that from the 3rd album up they had a different sound.
Later they reformed and had a couple of studio albums, and a lot of live albums (some of older concerts).
Briefly mentioned earlier, but Wire still amaze me.
3 of the 4 original members from 1976, and consistently great LPs being regularly released. They kick arse live, and retain their distinctive sound.
Ugly Kid Joe
Ugly Kid Joe's latest effort "Uglier Than They Used To Be" kicks butt. Some of you are into heavy music and UKJ doesn't disappoint.
Do you mean 5 years or 40 years? Didn't adapt means stagnation. Most bands listed in these posts had a run and maybe a comeback. None have been consistently as creative as TODD RUNDGREN or FRANK ZAPPA.
King Crimson win a ribbon
Dylan. My favorite period is from Oh Mercy (1989) on up...
Oh Mercy, Time Out Of Mind, Modern Times, Tempest...Bob has music in each decade that cannot be overlooked. He has a new album out in a few weeks as well.
saved my first post for something that needed to be said: