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Discussion in 'TV Shows, Movies, and Music' started by Dead2009, Oct 12, 2015.
He is a good man. He is a good...... man.
"My Church ". By Maren Morris
Camel - Stationary Traveler (one of the few instances where a 70's artist incorporates 80's production values and it works).
Jewel - Pieces of You (really great....and quite vicious in places)
Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
Television - Marquee Moon (one of the great guitar albums).
Anthony Phillips - Wise After The Event (mandatory listening - prog fans who are used to non traditional vocalists should scoop this one up).
The Who - The Who Sells Out (most 'bonus tracks' on CDs sound out of place, either songs that weren't good enough to make the original album or inferior versions of songs that did, or live tracks - here the extended version sounds like a natural extention to the original LP and several good to great songs, plus more 'fake' commercial elements, make it the superior version of the title)
While i know this may not appeal to a lot of people,
I am currently in love with the band Can't Swim. Especially this song.
I have been keeping this album on repeat lately.
Can't promise anything, but you *might* like 'She' by Stiltskin. 'Constantly Reminded' is the best track on that.
it is totally not Disney, but... "M-BOP" in Dothraki, as sung by "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clark. Even the idea Just cracks me UP!!
Ray Wilson & Stiltskin - Unfullfillment
Eno - Here Comes the Warm Jets (mandatory listening for Talking Heads fans)
The Clash - London Calling
Steely Dan - Pretzel Logic
Focus- Ariana Grande
Alessia Cara- Wild Things
Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte (one of the better guitar albums by one of the better guitarists)
Mercenary - Year of the Plague
Camel - Dust and Dreams
Talking Heads - Remain in Light
Paul McCartney - McCartney
John Lennon - Imagine
Twenty One Pilots - Heathens
If I could get that future world music I heard in 2011, I'd be a happy man.
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