1 Jan 2011, 12:12 by terhoev
16 Jun 2008, 19:52 by P-Werchowenskij1) Neil Zaza - 'Cinematic' (With Peter Frampton and Jordan Rudess)
Album: When Gravity fails
2) Boz Scaggs - 'Loan me a dime' (With Duane Allman)
Album: 'My Time'
3) Camel - 'Ice'
Album: 'Coming of age'
4) Dave Meniketti - 'Say goodbye'
Album: 'Live in Japan'
5) Peter Green Splinter Group - 'Hiding in shadows'
Album 'Destiny road'
6) Luther Allison - 'Perfume & Grime' (with Otis Grand)
Album: Pay it forward'
7) Leslie West - 'Waiting for the F change'
8) Peter Frampton - 'Changing all the time'
Album: 'Peter Frampton'
9) Deep Purple - 'Anya'
Album: 'Live in Europe' (The Stuttgart Version)
10) Ronnie Earl - 'Isabella'
Album: Greatful Heart'
17 May 2008, 10:33 by thewaywewalk"Peter Green has more talent in his little finger than I have in my hole body" - B.B. King
Peter Green ist meiner Meinung nach einer der meist unterschätzen Musiker der letzten 40 Jahre.
Man kann sich kaum vorstellen, wie viele Klassiker der Rock und Blues Geschichte eigentlich aus seiner Feder stammen.
Ich bin auf eine wirklich lesenswerte Biografie gestoßen, die das Leben dieses Mannes kaum besser beschreiben könnte. Ich hoffe, dass vielleicht der ein oder andere dadurch mal auf Peter Green aufmerksam wird und sich seine Musik zu Gemüte zieht. Er hats verdient, gerade jetzt wo er so dahinvegetiert.
Von Bernhard Torsch
Mitte der 80er Jahre filmt ein Kamerateam einen völlig verwahrlosten Typen, der in einer Sozialwohnung in einem Londoner Ghetto lebt. Der Mann, der aussieht wie ein Penner, ist Peter Green, ehemals Gründer, Sänger und Gitarrist von Fleetwood Mac. Er schaut verwirrt in die Kamera und sagt: "Es ist nur ein Stückchen Papier…
23 Oct 2006, 02:29 by MDOMWell, let's waste time! The top neighbour of the top neighbour of... you got it. Don't repeat artists! Use the second, or third, or, you know.
And my top band is... Gogol Bordello!
And their neighbours are...
1. J.U.F. -deer! And theirs is...(and so on)
2- Benny Goodman Trio hm, well I don't know them
3- Benny Goodman Quartet - what? It's a different band?
4- Galt McDermot hm, his top song is sodomy o_O
5- James Last -an instrumental composer?
6- Hugo Strasser -hugo who?
7- Klaus Wunderlich - ????
8- Íîæ äëÿ Frau Muller -??????
9- Andres Widmark -????????????????
10-Original Soundtrack & Tom Pierson- ???
11-1996 London Studio Cast - Jesus Christ superstar!!
12-Where Angels Fall - what? Gothic metal????
13- Claudio Abbado -back to classical
14- Shadyzane -?????
15- Nina Rota -???????
16- David 'Fathead' Newman ???
17- Ernie Andrews - hm, jazz
18- Jimmy Liggins
19- David "Honeyboy" Edwards
20- Joe Calicott- blues!
21- Craig Ventresco
22- Dallas String Band
12 Jul 2006, 10:18 by IanAR
24 Feb 2006, 03:21 by scarebearThe tag I started turned out to be pretty popular, and other people have been adding artists since its creation until now. While other people have been more liberal in the definition of "lesser known", mine still follow the rule of having to have less than 5,000 fans to be added to the tag. Not that it matters all that much. Some of the artists I've added, I tagged because someone else had tagged them, and I was curious to hear what they sounded like. But I still don't know what they sound like since they haven't come up on my player yet. If I hear them and I don't like them I may untag them.
Here's what's been added starting Feb. 10th:
(currently at 256 listeners)
(Currently at 1,966 listeners)
(Currently at 1,725 listeners)
(currently at 62 listeners)
Done looking at the artists and how many listeners, and here's the result. And, as was planned, if the number's over 10,000 they get removed from the list.
21 Jan 2006, 23:56 by muller_00What with this being my 100th post (and me being quite bored at the moment) I though I'd do something constructive. Having completed a couple more after a trip to my local library this afternoon, I decided to make a list of all the bands for whom I have the full back catalogues. I'd be interested to see for myself; and maybe someone else will be to.
So, pretty much in the order that I think of them:
[edit: Just artists/bands with four or more albums.]
1. Ryan Adams - 'Demolition' was one of the albums I got today. It's only quite recently that I have really gotten into him. But every time I sit through one of his records I find I like this stuff even more. Favourite album: Gold.
2. Eels - The other album I got was 'Shootenanny!' so they're also pretty fresh in my memory. I saw these guys on Jools Holland when I was 14 and at the time they were the weirdest new band I'd ever seen; but then at 14 I couldn't exactly claim to have an 'eclectic' music collection. Favourite album: Souljacker.