11 mars 2015, 2h55m par jacka_one
20 mai 2013, 14h58m par cisnenegroIt's easy: my intention is to listen to the whole list by Robert Dimery in 'The 1001 albums you must hear before you die'. Fortunately there's a few albums I have already listened to.
Well, here is the full list.
Albums with links mean they are already listened to.
1.o Sinatra, Frank – In the Wee Small Hours
2.o Presley, Elvis – Elvis Presley (1956)
3.o Louvin Brothers – Tragic Songs of Life
4.o Prima, Louis – Wildest
5.o Domino, Fats – This Is Fats
6.o Ellington, Duke – At Newport (1956)
7.o Sinatra, Frank – Songs for Swingin’ Lovers!
8.o Crickets – Chirping…
9.o Basie, Count – Atomic Basie
10.o Monk, Thelonious – Brilliant Corners
11.o Sabú [Martínez] – Palo Congo
12.o Davis, Miles – Birth of the Cool
13.o Machito – Kenya
14.o Little Richard – Here’s…
15.o Puente, Tito & His Orchestra – Dance Mania (1958)
16.o Holiday, Billie – Lady In Satin
17.o Elliott, Jack – Jack Takes the Floor
18.o Vaughan, Sarah – At Mister Kelly’s
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…
13 fév. 2010, 2h23m par ZeppledelinPerhaps not intentional, but Jimbobbins' late comment on my age-old list of debut albums made me realize how long it has been since my last journal post. Thanks for the much-needed inspiration. So, here’s another go at it, not only because I felt the old list needed an update, but also since I still have an affinity toward the unadulterated sincerity of debut albums. Let’s do a top 30 this time, shall we?
30. Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
The old school has a tendency to grow tedious; their innovations not so apparent anymore, but at least some of them retain their awesomeness. In this case it is possibly a matter of never being revolutionary, rather rock solid, wrapping together the best parts of their gangsta roots and adding a pleasant, if not entirely dead serious Eastern mysticism to the mix. And they did have humor, an incredible flow, personality and coolness, and the Wu-Tang definitely weren’t nothing to fuck with.
4 août 2009, 16h09m par James_MurtonNote: Favourite for me, not the best, before some illiterate gonk comes on and starts berating me for telling him that '(Turn On) The Music Machine' is better than 'Pet Sounds' (although it is...).
1965: Here Are The Sonics
1966: (Turn On) The Music Machine
1967: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
1968: Odessey and Oracle
1970: Back in the USA
1972: Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 (disc 1)
1973: New York Dolls
1974: Radio City (Although I'd like to give special mention to Kimono My House, Good Old Boys and Standing on the Verge of Getting It On - man, what a good year.)
1975: The Dictators Go Girl Crazy!
1976: The Clones of Dr. Funkenstein
1977: Leave Home
1978: This Year's Model
1979: The Undertones
1980: Searching for the Young Soul Rebels
1982: Milo Goes to College
1983: Perverted By Language
1984: Let It Be
1987: Songs About Fucking
11 jui. 2009, 21h47m par FrankTyrell50s
Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley (1956)
Little Richard - Here's Little Richard (1957)
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue (1959)
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out (1959)
Elvis Presley - Elvis Is Back! (1960)
The Beatles - With The Beatles (1963)
Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (1964)
The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones (1964)
Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home (1965)
The Sonics - Here Are The Sonics (1965)
The Beatles - Rubber Soul (1965)
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man (1965)
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisted (1965)
The Who - My Generation (1965)
The Beatles - Revolver (1966)
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde (1966)
The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (1966)
The Yardbirds - The Yardbirds (1966)
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
Pink Floyd - piper at the gates down (1967)
The Who - The Who Sell Out (1967)
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground and Nico (1967)
The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (1967)
10 oct. 2008, 16h22m par LlorenzaThe Sonics – Here Are The Sonics
Well, I never heard of The Sonics before. When I mentioned them to someone, the reply was: "You mean Sonic Youth?" No, I didn't! So apparently I'm not the only one. No wonder: The Sonics were only successful in the Nothern United States, and Belgium is still in Europe. They did deserve it though to be famous worldwide: this is nothing more than an extraordinary album.
Where the Rolling Stones made their music rougher by playing it faster and harder, The Sonics make their music rougher by playing badly (sometimes you really wonder why the drummer is slamming the way he is, and -especially- if it was meant to be like that), shouting a lot and not really trying to sing beautifully. And damn, it is fantastic! Garage rock and punk avant la lettre! They have some songs of their own, which are the best ones. Witch is one hell of a starter, but especially Strychnine doesn't sound dated at all. The Sonics beat The Beatles easily with their version of Money and Roll Over Beethoven…
11 jui. 2008, 0h55m par viker1. How did you get into 31?
Magnolia Electric Co.
It wasn't until 2007 when the band released Sojourner. I had liked some of what I'd heard from Songs:Ohia and thought I'd give this a shot too. Despite liking Sojourner pretty well, I still haven't dug much into their back catalog.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Probably Chelsea Hotel. Or Hallelujah - though I don't know if it was his version or not.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
Meh, I dunno.
"And when the broken hearted people
Living in the world agree,
There will be an answer, Let It Be."
4. What is your favourite album by 49?
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Physically? Zero. Digital? I think 12.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Definitely. A Change Is Gonna Come - there is so much emotion in his…
27 fév. 2007, 20h51m par geheza
21 jan. 2007, 20h02m par NeverNude91