• Favorite albums of the 60/70s

    23 sept. 2011, 19h19m par YoQueSe666

  • my library

    18 avr. 2011, 18h20m par ce84

    • artist13th Floor ElevatorsalbumThe Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevatorsartist13th Floor ElevatorsalbumEaster EverywhereartistAcid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic InfernoalbumAnthem Of The SpaceartistAcid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.albumElectric HeavylandartistAcrimonyalbumTumuli ShroomaroomartistAC/DCalbumLet There Be RockartistAC/DCalbumHighway To HellartistAC/DCalbumBack In BlackartistAerosmithalbumToys In The AtticartistAfghan WhigsalbumGentlemenartistAfghan Whigsalbum1965artistAfrican Head ChargealbumMy Life In A Hole In The GroundartistAfro Celt Sound SystemalbumVolume 3: Further In TimeartistAgitation…
  • Soul/R&B Starter Set for StDionysus

    23 mai 2010, 20h31m par beelzbubba

    StDionysus said:
    I'm looking for RnB/Soul recommendations. My knowledge in this field is very limited.
    Something along the lines of Marvin Gaye, Issac Hayes, O.V Wright, Bill Withers etc. (Maybe even more stuff by said artists)

    I apologize if this has been covered a hundred times.

    Well, I'll second the reco for Superfly.

    So, cutting a pretty wide swath from the ridiculous to the sublime, here are ten in no particular order:

    The Pharaohs Awakening
    Bobby Womack Understanding
    Percy Mayfield Poet Of The Blues
    Mavis Staples We'll Never Turn Back
    Baby Huey & the Babysitters
    The Living Legend
    Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings 100 Days, 100 Nights
    The Impressions The Impressions (the "birthplace" of Curtis Mayfield & Jerry Butler)
    Rufus Thomas Walkin' the dog
    Black Merda Black Merda
    The Bar-Kays Money Talks

    This is just a surface skimming of some artists that you might like. …
  • The Origins of The Stoner Genre.

    7 avr. 2009, 17h51m par yeoldstinkeye

    This list is still in the works people. It is in no way finished and more Bands will be added from many different countries from the late 60's and early to mid 70's. Scare Band- Sleeping Sickness JPT Scare Band has been blazing psychedelic trails for quite some time now. Over the years and decades they have managed to progress from totally unknown to painfully obscure. In spite of all that… they are still together, with the original lineup intact. Still making meaningful music in the 21st century, this veteran group of jammers is also proud of their vast legacy of classic twisted insanity recorded back in olden analogue times.

    Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath Black Sabbath is an English heavy metal band from Birmingham, originally comprising Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass), and Bill Ward (drums). In the early ’70s they were the first to pair heavily distorted, sonically dissonant blues-rock.
  • Hi! A Reintroduction

    6 fév. 2007, 19h54m par TSGarp524

    My name is Brandon. I am sitting at my computer at 1pm eating cold pizza and drinking Mountain Dew. This is my breakfast. On finds that they run out of food at home while working two different restaurant jobs that supply free meals.

    I spend the majority of my life working or complaining about working. I am on a 1 month drinking hiatus which leaves me bored and restless and unsure of what to do after work instead of going out. I am quitting dishing at the Hamburg Inn at the end of this month and saved money from the last couple months of 60 hours a week, and the money I save from not drinking are going to help keep me afloat while working only one job. I was supposed to get my vacation money with my last pay check at the Hamburg but my boss apparently forgot as he is a royal asshole and a large reason why I am dumping my dishing shifts there.

    I listen to music. Who doesn't? I find funk and hip-hop absorbing a lot of my time with a little psychedelia and dance music mixed in for variety. …
  • Don't Want My Funk Stepped On

    2 déc. 2006, 17h25m par beelzbubba

    I recently traded recommendations with qss. Joaquim has hooked me up with Jan Jelinek, who takes bits and pieces of old funk-fusion-jazz and mixes them with beats for some nice new chill and downtempo sound explorations; he also introduced me to Bengt Berger--for which I am an will be eternally grateful. Berger's music is, how you say, right up my alley. Hell, it's in the alley, up the steps, and right into the living room.

    So Joaquim asked me to return the recommendation. I'm not quite sure I lived up to the obligation, because I have been in a deep funk mood lately (the music not the psychological kind) and so my cd player has been filled with the likes of Black Merda, PHARAOHS, Baby Huey and the baby sitters, Curtis Mayfield, the Mar-Kays, and the Bar-Kays. I want the bomb, I want the pre-funk, I wants to get funked up. Make my funk the pre-funk, don't want my funk stepped on. Apologies to George Clinton.

    I was listening to Black Merda when I got Joaquim's request. …