9 May 2013, 15:26 de JacH2303
3 Dic 2011, 23:08 de punkass_noodlesRadiohead - In Rainbows
Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Incubus - S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Jeff Buckley - Grace
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Portishead - Dummy
Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
The Beatles - The Beatles
At the Drive-In - Vaya
14 Nov 2011, 19:14 de rattlebag***Stop Press*** The winner is Ryan Adams– Heartbreaker
Voting is now open for the December LP group listening session on Twitter. This month's theme is " Solo Projects From Band Members."
This will involve anyone who fancies it listening to the same album on Twitter at the same time and having a bit of a natter.
Send five votes to @Lpgrp from the list before Midnight on Sunday 20th November 2011. The number only will do. You are unable to vote for an album you nominated.
Please send a Direct Message or a Mention.
Please send all of your comments to @LPGrp. This will hopefully clear the clutter from your timelines for your followers.
To follow the session search @LPGrp
Everyone is welcome!
The winner will be announced on Monday 21st November 2011
The session will take place at 9pm on Sunday 4th December
As there was a draw last month we are having a bonus session on Sunday 20th November. The album is Various Artists– [album artist=Various Artists]Lost in Translation
10 Dic 2010, 19:36 de thomas10http://tralfaz-archives.com/coverart/G/gaye_whatsF.jpg
1 Marvin Gaye - What's Goin' on
With What's Going On, Gaye meditated on what had happened to the American dream of the past -- as it related to urban decay, environmental woes, military turbulence, police brutality, unemployment, and poverty. These feelings had been bubbling up between 1967 and 1970, during which he felt increasingly caged by Motown's behind-the-times hit machine and restrained from expressing himself seriously through his music. Finally, late in 1970, Gaye decided to record a song that the Four Tops' Obie Benson had brought him, "What's Going On". When Berry Gordy decided not to issue the single, deeming it uncommercial, Gaye refused to record any more material until he relented. Confirmed by its tremendous commercial success in January 1971, he recorded the rest of the album over ten days in March, and Motown released it in late May. Besides cementing Marvin Gaye as one of the most important artists in pop music…
3 Feb 2010, 19:31 de BenRiemersma
1 Mar 2009, 20:13 de rwitteSo back in 1972, Neil Young releases Alabama on Harvest. Anyway Lynyrd Skynyrd, who hail from there take umbrage and respond Sweet Home Alabama. Neil Young wants the last word with Southern Man on After the Goldrush.
By the way, I doubt Kurt Weill's Alabama Song was based on any actual experience of the state.
So, by the 1970s, how far had things progressed since Strange Fruit?
21 Nov 2008, 0:42 de Roll_it_Over1965: John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
1966: The Beatles - Revolver
1967: The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
1968: The Beatles - The Beatles
1969: Scott Walker - Scott 3
1970: Neil Young - After the Goldrush
1971: Serge Gainsbourg - Historie de Melodie Nelson
1972: Nick Drake - Pink Moon
1973: Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
1974: Neil Young - On the Beach
1975: Brian Eno - Another Green World
1976: Ashra - New Age Of Earth
1977: David Bowie - Low
1978: Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music For Airports
1979: Michael Jackson - Off the Wall
1980: Tangerine Dream - Tangram
1981: Kraftwerk - Computer World
1982: Philip Glass - Glassworks
1983: Michael Stearns - Lyra
1984: The Style Council - Cafe Bleu
1985: Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
1986: The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
1987: Spacemen 3 - The Perfect Prescription
1988: Steve Roach - Dreamtime Return
1989: The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
1990: The La's - The La's
12 Nov 2008, 2:38 de argus
22 Sep 2008, 1:59 de NotWearingPantshey... this is volume two of my top 100 albums list, compiled in september of 2008. volume one of the list had a 3 albums per artist maximum... this year i've brought the limit down to two (with the goal of eventually reducing it to one album per artist). the number in parenthesis next to each album name represents its change in position since last year, with (--) meaning no change and (*) being new to the list this year.
if you'd like to check out a pdf version of the list with album artwork, click here (pdf, 3.8mb).
1. Silver Jews - The Natural Bridge (--)
2. Pixies - Doolittle (--)
3. Pavement - Wowee Zowee (--)
4. The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin (--)
5. Fiona Apple - When the Pawn (+2)
6. The Beatles - Abbey Road (+7)
7. Captain Beefheart - Trout Mask Replica (+1)
8. Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - The Blue Trees (-2)
9. Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets (--)
10. Smog - Knock Knock (-5)
11. Joanna Newsom - The Milk Eyed Mender (+1)
28 May 2008, 6:02 de thefuturist881. How did you get into 29?
I got into his music because I am a huge fan of his father Warren Zevon (if you couldn't tell, lol). His stuff is actually really great.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Probably Jack And Diane
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?
"We all need something new, something that is true, and someone else to feel it too"
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
Imagine, without a doubt.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
I own one CD (Feels Like Home), and I have a lot of her stuff on my computer.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
I Will Find You
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
Yeah, Billy makes me tear up!
8. What is your favorite album by 15?
The Alan Parsons Project
Tales Of Mystery And Imagination
(based on the works of Edgar Alan Poe, it's brilliant)
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
The Moody Blues