I listened to the album “Little Earthquakes” by Tori Amos for the first time a few weeks ago, and every track has been on consant replay ever since:
Silent All These Years
Tear in Your Hand
Bob Segar’s Beautiful Loser.
Neil Young’s “Prairie Wind”
Florence and the Machine-Cermonials
Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd. Love that album.
@rockfan You like the light stuff or the more hardcore?
I like all types of music, but my favorite bands/singers are ones that balance soft and loud dynamics in their music. Especially bands like The White Stripes and The Black Keys.
@Adirondackwannabe I like all types of music, but my favorite bands/singers are ones that balance soft and loud dynamics in their music. Especially bands like The White Stripes and The Black Keys.
Okay, Have your tried UFO, Head East, REO Speedwagon, BTO, The Band, or Blue Oyster Cult? A bunch of older stuff but it does what you want. I don’t have a fav album though right now.
Right now I am listening to Carlos Kleiber’s recording of Beethoven’s 5th with the Vienna Philharmonic.
@Adirondackwannabe This is a question about an album you listened to lately. ;)
I’ve been listening to the new Elvis Costello.
@Adirondackwannabe Besides UFO, those are the bands I grew up listening to. They’re not among my all-time favorite bands though, but they’re nice to listen to every now and then.
@glacial Okay hard ass. :) How about Snow Patrol, Fallen Empires?
I like Pitbull too, that surprises a few.
@Adirondackwannabe Glad to hear you enjoyed it. :)
@Adirondackwannabe The song he did for Men in Black 3 was pretty catchy, but other than that, I think his music is boringly trashy.
@glacial Snow Patrol or Pitbull?
So by Peter Gabriel.
@rockfan No biggie, That’s why we have different tastes. Want everything the same?
@glacial I’ve been listening to the new Elvis Costello [and The Roots].
I know I will like that. Thanks!
Single songs from albums I play a lot.
Hurray For The Riff Raff – Look Out Mama
Tuneyards – WhoKill
Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban – Mambo Sinuendo
@jaytkay It’s great… and keeps improving on listening. Of course, I can’t imagine not having that reaction to anything Costello does. ;)
Abbey Road, vocals only, no instruments. They sure could sing!
Joni Mitchell’s Court and Spark
Yep. I picked that up again after a twenty year break. Wow.
I recently found a band I had never heard of thanks to our local university radio station. Soul Coughing. They had modest mainstream success in the mid to late 90s.
Some songs from Ruby Vroom:
Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago
Hail to the King. I am LOVING the new Avenged Sevenfold!
Heard a few tracks from the new Zero 7. I’m waiting on the new album.
Jethro Tull, Aqualung
Carol King Tapestry
And a little Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings
Garcia & Grisman’s Not For Kids Only. I suspect that once I download Bela Fleck’s new orchestral album I’ll become obsessed for a few weeks; I keep catching snatches on the radio and it’s excellent.
Slayer’s Reign in Blood album still kicks ass after 27 years. It was ahead of its time then, and is still better than most metal albums being put out today.
Substance by New Order.
The new Civil Wars album. Name escapes but I believe it is just called Civil Wars.
Rollins Band-End of Silence http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1-iRNctRzQ
@FutureMemory I agree!!
Trey Gunn Band-live encounters http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DiLpG-O6As
@Sueanne_Tremendous The new Civil Wars album
You might like the Hurray for the Riff Raff I linked above.
Youtube recommends the Civil Wars for me because I watched a lot of Hurray for the Riff Raff.
Impurity by New Model Army
13 by Black Sabbath
Move Like This by The Cars
Native by OneRepublic
Great new album! Studio Zoo by Newton Faulkner!
. . . Like Clockwork – Queens Of The Stone Age quite possibly their best after rated r
Run The Jewels – El-P & Killer Mike can’t listen to 36” chain enough
Greatest Hits – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass zorba the greek with latino flair? hell yes!
@Blondesjon Hmm… I am intrigued.
Well, I immediately want to listen to the Queens of the Stone Age album, since I haven’t since their first release. But then… to finish your list with Herb Alpert… that’s intriguing.
For me, all albums of Rihanna. :)
@glacial . . . Some folks call it intriguing. Others call it substance abuse.
One of my favorite albums, which I listened to yesterday, is by the Happy Schnapps Combo called “Raise It!. My favorite track is “The Bears Still Suck Polka”.
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