Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Sep 25, 2015.
Was introduced to this album earlier today. Really love it.
Now playing: Fiona Joy - Signature Synchronicity
A cover of House of the Rising Son done by Jerry Garcia, David Grisham and Tony. Pretty well recorded, some great string work here. I think we got a mandolin and 2 guitars goin. The whole album is pleasant to listen to.
It is hard to believe someone made this in 1976. Just imagine the artist coming up with these sounds for the intended compositions in a time where most devices were still analogue. It is something I cannot grasp. This album must have been like the first Star Wars film. It must have been hard to believe for some people that this was even possible...
Listening to this recording at the moment and loving every minute of it.
fun, fun, fun recording!
also, because, well this: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/...s-2018-tour-dates-due-to-hearing-loss-w519131
The Band, The Band 1969
Listening to Derek and the Dominos
YOB - Our Raw Heart
Motel - Siempre Tú
Click - Duri Duri (LOL! I think I was 11 when this came out)
You were 11? So this is from the 50's? Really?
Anyway, made me think of this wart on the butt of Australian music:
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