Staying in the early 80's.
Finally couldn’t fit another album in my LPBin. Now to get 500 more to fill up #2.
I really wanted to pick up that New Mastersounds album but they left the cover of Sneaker Pimps' Six Underground off the vinyl. I'll probably still grab it at some point.
I know I know...not vinyl. But this is my main music thread so wanted to toss this out there.
Shame me for probably posting in wrong area, it's okay
Just enjoyed it's bluntness and was worth sharing.
NSFW due to language (as title of song may directly suggest).
Starting the weekend off with Duane Eddy. I dig his stuff. Sounds great on vinyl.
Some Bloomfield to start the night: Criminally under-celebrated Michael is. Love his playing.
Quoted from waldo34:
Said to say I don't have any Jeff Beck. What's the recommendation?
Well Truth is great early bluesy Beck with Rod Stewart on vocals. Blow By Blow is a desert island album for me and considered his high point followed closely by Wired (they’re both instrumental and more jazz/rock- jazz fusion). It’s funny, he’s my one of my favorite guitar players yet his catalogue is pretty limited because he’s got some cringe worthy stuff in it. Anything live is usually pretty great too. He did a live album with the Jan Hammer group which had some of the worst singing ever but also some guitar playing that is not of this world. He also did some rockabilly stuff that’s pretty great.
I listen to a lot of records, but I also use them to sample, scratch, mix, and make beats and whatnot.
Here's my latest project, a 30-minute mix a made for my 6-year-old son using (mostly) 90s hip-hop beats and classic cartoon samples (Scooby Doo, Transformers, Superman, Batman, etc.)
You can check out the mix here: (**If you're going to stream it then click on track 13, which is the entire mix playing continuously**)
And here's a little promo video I did if you want to see what its about before downloading.
Little Sonny Clark Trio going right now
The 1960 Time Sessions on Time Records. Sonny, Max Roach and George Duvivier. Nice little session.
Quoted from Waderade812:
The bongos on "Better Living Through Chemistry" always gets me pumped. This is probably their best album in my opinion.
I get pumped song one. Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, Marijuana, Ecstasy, and Alcohol..... C-C-C-C-C-Cocaine! With Rob Halford singing harmonies no less. That’s some profound shit.
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