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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by jamesepowell, May 30, 2020.
I wouldn't call it greatest of all time but Dirty Honey's debut EP is promising.
And on a different note: Crosby Stills and Nash. (no Young uh uh)
a lot of times, the debut album IS the best album. That is made when the band is hungry and they have done A LOT of practicing. After that, everything falls apart.
Did I miss these 3? And yes, I know this is actually the Airplane's 2nd album, but it's the first with Grace.
Great post. I hate to be that guy, but the line goes "They've got womanly breasts under pale mauve vests, shoes like dead pig's noses."
Ian Dury is one of my all time favorites. Great call.
Saturate Before Using - Jackson Browne
He released 2 albums prior to ATMP.
And have worked all the songs in front of live audiences.
Second albums often not so much.
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Well, if we can list “debut” albums by Neil Young (Buffalo Springfield), CSN (Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Hollies), Flying Burrito Bros. (Byrds), Poco (Buffalo Springfield), Captain Beefheart (Mothers of Invention), Traffic (Spencer Davis Group), or any of the Beatles’ solo albums (artists with histories), then...
Stevie Nicks: Bella Donna
Dave Mason: Alone Together
Phil Collins: Face Value
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe: ABWH
Diana Ross: Diana Ross
Derek & The Dominos: Layla & OALS
Traveling Wilburys: Vol. 1
The Highwaymen: Highwayman
USA For Africa: We Are The World
Gish was pretty dang good.
Wonderwall Music '68 chart position 49
Electronic Sound '69 chart position 191
that will win you something @ bar trivia
and more, here @ tdpri - where real musicians hang
I tip my hat to you, Spuds
Peace - Deeve
<glad you didn't find an earlier Keef solo release that I missed>