Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by rlow, Nov 18, 2021.
Lou Reed : Rock'n Roll Animal
I have this in the box set I still haven't opened... and now I'm feeling rightfully guilty for it.
Rock'n Roll Animal is one of the very best live rock recordings ever made. I am not a Lou Reed fan but this is one of my very favorite recordings. Fantastic guitar playing. Great songs.
Lots of hype. Do they deliver. Nope!
My Little Airport - I Don'T Know How To Download Good AV Like Iris Does
bawdy alt noise pop ala The Vaselines from Hong Kong
This is the kind of old jazz that makes my YH-1's really sing.
Ramshackle song ("Sure Thing") from the Paisley Underground stalwarts, The Dream Syndicate
Live at Tower Records (anyone remember them in the '90s?)
one of my favorite songs from them, "That's What You Always Say"
Whatever Johnny Marr does, whatever the band decided; it worked.
Just listened to killers now onto the associated B-sides and maiden Japan EP
I was waiting till the entire album was out to listen to any of G.E.M.'s new songs. It turns out I don't like very many of them :'( but Passion is really good
To continue the Lou Reed thread here, I've been listening to his 11-minute epic ft. Bruce Springsteen, "Street Hassle" on repeat. Reed on this track's songwriting: "I wanted to write a song that had a great monologue set to rock. Something that could have been written by William Burroughs, Hubert Selby, John Rechy, Tennessee Williams, Nelson Algren, maybe a little Raymond Chandler. You mix it all up and you have 'Street Hassle'."
Nirvana compilation from Box Set.
Jimi Hendrix Stages box set CD #2 and #3.
Derek and the Dominoes Filmore boot from 10/23/70
CD #1 and CD #2
Finally recovered after a long week.
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