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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    jjflash said:
    My Morning Jacket -- S/T
    Xavier Rudd -- Spirit Bird
    The War On Drugs -- I Don't Live Here Anymore
    Madlib -- Madvillainy
    Bob Dylan -- Bringing It All Back Home
    Charles Lloyd -- Tone Poem
    Grateful Dead -- Two from the Vault
    Grateful Dead -- Wake of the Flood
    Grateful Dead -- St Louis 12/10/71
    Steve Miller Band -- The Joker
    Nice list and SO COOL to see Charles Lloyd show here.  :smiley:
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - Beautiful Life
    The War On Drugs - I Don't Live here Anymore
    MMJ - Self Titled
    PJ - Ohana #1
    Mastodon - Crack The Skye
    Tool - Aemina
    Elliott Smith - New Moon
    Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    Lucero - Among The Ghosts

    Another nice list!  I was watching my DVD copy of "American Hardcore" and was reminded that Jerry Williams (R.I.P.) who produced Bad Brains first album, also worked with Beastie Boys.  It also reminded me that I've never been a Beastie Boys fan because I generally am not into rap and hip hop.  But I'm told they started out more as a punk band.  I'm not sure I'll ever be a fan, but I at least should give them a decent listen.  Is Check Your Head a good place to start? 
    "I believe in the mystery, and I don't want to take it any further than that. Maybe what I mean by that is love."
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  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,406
    brianlux said:
    jjflash said:
    My Morning Jacket -- S/T
    Xavier Rudd -- Spirit Bird
    The War On Drugs -- I Don't Live Here Anymore
    Madlib -- Madvillainy
    Bob Dylan -- Bringing It All Back Home
    Charles Lloyd -- Tone Poem
    Grateful Dead -- Two from the Vault
    Grateful Dead -- Wake of the Flood
    Grateful Dead -- St Louis 12/10/71
    Steve Miller Band -- The Joker
    Nice list and SO COOL to see Charles Lloyd show here.  :smiley:
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - Beautiful Life
    The War On Drugs - I Don't Live here Anymore
    MMJ - Self Titled
    PJ - Ohana #1
    Mastodon - Crack The Skye
    Tool - Aemina
    Elliott Smith - New Moon
    Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    Lucero - Among The Ghosts

    Another nice list!  I was watching my DVD copy of "American Hardcore" and was reminded that Jerry Williams (R.I.P.) who produced Bad Brains first album, also worked with Beastie Boys.  It also reminded me that I've never been a Beastie Boys fan because I generally am not into rap and hip hop.  But I'm told they started out more as a punk band.  I'm not sure I'll ever be a fan, but I at least should give them a decent listen.  Is Check Your Head a good place to start? 
    Yeah, I hope to get to see Charles play live one of these days!

    re: Beasties....Paul's Boutique, Check Your Head, and Ill Communication are all good starting points. Ill Communication would be my vote as the ideal starting point as it covers a whole lotta Beastie turf. Their punk roots make appearances on that album as well as on CYH. You really can't go wrong with any of the three. Hello Nasty deserves a good listen as well. Also good for some punk vibes is 'Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun' off Paul's Boutique - it definitely gets the blood pumping! 
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    jjflash said:
    brianlux said:
    jjflash said:
    My Morning Jacket -- S/T
    Xavier Rudd -- Spirit Bird
    The War On Drugs -- I Don't Live Here Anymore
    Madlib -- Madvillainy
    Bob Dylan -- Bringing It All Back Home
    Charles Lloyd -- Tone Poem
    Grateful Dead -- Two from the Vault
    Grateful Dead -- Wake of the Flood
    Grateful Dead -- St Louis 12/10/71
    Steve Miller Band -- The Joker
    Nice list and SO COOL to see Charles Lloyd show here.  :smiley:
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - Beautiful Life
    The War On Drugs - I Don't Live here Anymore
    MMJ - Self Titled
    PJ - Ohana #1
    Mastodon - Crack The Skye
    Tool - Aemina
    Elliott Smith - New Moon
    Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    Lucero - Among The Ghosts

    Another nice list!  I was watching my DVD copy of "American Hardcore" and was reminded that Jerry Williams (R.I.P.) who produced Bad Brains first album, also worked with Beastie Boys.  It also reminded me that I've never been a Beastie Boys fan because I generally am not into rap and hip hop.  But I'm told they started out more as a punk band.  I'm not sure I'll ever be a fan, but I at least should give them a decent listen.  Is Check Your Head a good place to start? 
    Yeah, I hope to get to see Charles play live one of these days!

    re: Beasties....Paul's Boutique, Check Your Head, and Ill Communication are all good starting points. Ill Communication would be my vote as the ideal starting point as it covers a whole lotta Beastie turf. Their punk roots make appearances on that album as well as on CYH. You really can't go wrong with any of the three. Hello Nasty deserves a good listen as well. Also good for some punk vibes is 'Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun' off Paul's Boutique - it definitely gets the blood pumping! 

    Great!  Thanks for the info.  I'll check them out.  :smile:
    "I believe in the mystery, and I don't want to take it any further than that. Maybe what I mean by that is love."
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  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,406
    The Wood Brothers -- Smoke Ring Halo
    Adele -- 30
    Billy Strings -- Renewal
    Black Sabbath -- Paranoid
    Courtney Barnett -- Things Take Time, Take Time
    White Reaper -- You Deserve Love
    Geese -- Projector
    Pharoah Sanders -- Promises
    Boldy James -- Bo Jackson
    Waxahatchee -- Saint Cloud
  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,406
    Robert Plant and Alison Krauss -- Raise The Roof
    Jack Johnson -- To The Sea
    Khruangbin -- Hasta El Cielo
    Audioslave -- S/T
    The Beatles -- Let It Be (d-lux)
    Grateful Dead -- 11/2/71
    IDLES -- Crawler
    John Coltrane -- A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle
    Beastie Boys -- Hello Nasty (d-lux)
    Hiss Golden Messenger -- The Sounding Joy
  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,195
    Idles - Crawler
    Manchester Orchestra - Million Masks of God
    The Doors - Morrison Hotel
    Stone Gossard - Bayleaf
    Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
    Gary Clark Jr - Live from Austin
    Brad - Best Friends
    Neil Finn - One Nil
    Spoon - Transference
    Heartless Bastards - All This Time

    jjflash said:
    brianlux said:
    jjflash said:
    My Morning Jacket -- S/T
    Xavier Rudd -- Spirit Bird
    The War On Drugs -- I Don't Live Here Anymore
    Madlib -- Madvillainy
    Bob Dylan -- Bringing It All Back Home
    Charles Lloyd -- Tone Poem
    Grateful Dead -- Two from the Vault
    Grateful Dead -- Wake of the Flood
    Grateful Dead -- St Louis 12/10/71
    Steve Miller Band -- The Joker
    Nice list and SO COOL to see Charles Lloyd show here.  :smiley:
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - Beautiful Life
    The War On Drugs - I Don't Live here Anymore
    MMJ - Self Titled
    PJ - Ohana #1
    Mastodon - Crack The Skye
    Tool - Aemina
    Elliott Smith - New Moon
    Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    Lucero - Among The Ghosts

    Another nice list!  I was watching my DVD copy of "American Hardcore" and was reminded that Jerry Williams (R.I.P.) who produced Bad Brains first album, also worked with Beastie Boys.  It also reminded me that I've never been a Beastie Boys fan because I generally am not into rap and hip hop.  But I'm told they started out more as a punk band.  I'm not sure I'll ever be a fan, but I at least should give them a decent listen.  Is Check Your Head a good place to start? 
    Yeah, I hope to get to see Charles play live one of these days!

    re: Beasties....Paul's Boutique, Check Your Head, and Ill Communication are all good starting points. Ill Communication would be my vote as the ideal starting point as it covers a whole lotta Beastie turf. Their punk roots make appearances on that album as well as on CYH. You really can't go wrong with any of the three. Hello Nasty deserves a good listen as well. Also good for some punk vibes is 'Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun' off Paul's Boutique - it definitely gets the blood pumping! 
    Sorry that I didn't see your question until now, @brianlux.... I agree with David here..CYH & Ill are maybe the nest places to start in my opinion. 
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  • BrainofBGABrainofBGA AustraliaPosts: 2,891
    The War on Drugs - Live Drugs
    The War on Drugs - Lost in a Dream
    The War on Drugs - I Don’t Live Here Anymore
    The Strokes - Apple essentials playlist (does it count?)
    Arctic Monkeys - AM
    Tom Petty - Wildflowers
    RHCP - By the Way
    Radiohead - Kid A Mnesia
    Pearl Jam - Ohana 29/06
    Tool - Fear Innoculum 
    Melbourne #1 '98
    Melbourne #2 '03
    Melbourne #3 '03
    Melbourne #1 '06
    Melbourne #3 '06
    Melbourne '09
    Melbourne '14
  • May 30thMay 30th Posts: 1,338
    Loving the new IDLES album. 
    New War on Drugs. 
    Just downloaded PJ Ohana 9/26. 
    Been listening to the new Noah Gundersen a lot as well. 
    Rose Cousins-Bravado
    Bonny Light Horseman
    New Big Red Machine
    Hiss Golden Messenger- O Come All Ye Faithful
    Hey Rosetta!-Second Sight
    Anything by Ben Howard 
  • Hi!Hi! Posts: 2,011
    edited December 2021

    Blind Melon-Nico

    Blind Melon-Soup

    Blind Melon-Blind Melon

    Greg Graffin-American Lesion

    Greg Graffin-Cold as the Clay

    Greg Graffin-Millport

    JIandthe400 Unit-Georgia Blue

    DMB-Away From the World

    DMB-Come Together

    Drive by Truckers-The Unraveling 

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  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    Hi! said:

    Blind Melon-Nico

    Blind Melon-Soup

    Blind Melon-Blind Melon

    Greg Graffin-American Lesion

    Greg Graffin-Cold as the Clay

    Greg Graffin-Millport

    JIandthe400 Unit-Georgia Blue

    DMB-Away From the World

    DMB-Come Together

    Drive by Truckers-The Unraveling 

    Look at all the GG! I love those albums. Since we talked in that other thread I spun all those records. I’ve never listened to Nico by Blind Melon. I’ll have to check that one out, have meant to for a long time. 
  • Hi!Hi! Posts: 2,011
    Hi! said:

    Blind Melon-Nico

    Blind Melon-Soup

    Blind Melon-Blind Melon

    Greg Graffin-American Lesion

    Greg Graffin-Cold as the Clay

    Greg Graffin-Millport

    JIandthe400 Unit-Georgia Blue

    DMB-Away From the World

    DMB-Come Together

    Drive by Truckers-The Unraveling 

    Look at all the GG! I love those albums. Since we talked in that other thread I spun all those records. I’ve never listened to Nico by Blind Melon. I’ll have to check that one out, have meant to for a long time. 
    I love the GG as well. Nico is new to me, I love it. I was listening to Blind Melon alot last few days, I think they sound like Isbell sometimes. 

    Detroit 2000, Detroit 2003 1-2, Grand Rapids VFC 2004, Philly 2005, Grand Rapids 2006, Detroit 2006, Cleveland 2006, Lollapalooza 2007, Detroit Eddie Solo 2011, Detroit 2014, Chicago 2016 1-2, Chicago 2018 1-2, Ohana Encore 2021 1-2

  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,195
    REM - New Adventures in Hi-Fi
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Barn
    Radiohead - In Rainbows
    Satchel - The Family
    IDLES - Crawler
    Flag Day Soundtrack
    The Black Keys - Attack & Release
    Drive-By Truckers - English Oceans
    The Strokes - The New Abnormal
    Pearl Jam - Binaural
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  • Weezer- Ok Human
    Radiohead- Kid A
    Radiohead- Ok Computer
    Smashing Pumpkins- Siamese dream 
    NY&CH- Barn
    Jeff Ament- I should be outside 
    Weezer- Pinkerton 
    PJ- self titled 
    A Perfect Circle- Mer de Noms 
    Dead Weather- Horehound 
  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,406
    David Rawlings Machine -- Friend of a Friend
    Dave McMurray -- Grateful Deadication
    Turnstile -- Glow On
    Ornette Coleman Trio -- At The Golden Circle
    The Beatles -- Let It Be
    The Beatles -- Rubber Soul
    David Crosby -- If I Could Only Remember My Name
    John Mayer Trio -- TRY!
    Goose -- 11/21/21 Denver, CO
    Grateful Dead -- Dick's Picks Vol. 15
    Brandi Carlile -- In These Silent Days
  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    the smalls - Selected Works (1990-2001)
    The Dead Boys - Young Loud and Snotty
    Steppenwolf - Gold (Their Great Hits)
    Primus - Green Naugahyde
    Neil Young - Barn
    Gordon Downie - Coke Machine Glow: Songwriters Cabal (20th Anniversary Edition)
    Pearl Jam - Oct 22 2003 Live at Benaroyal Hall
    The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out
    Pink Floyd - Momentary Lapse of Reason (Remixed & Updated)
    The Quintet - Live at Massey Hall 
  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,195
    Heartless Bastards - All This Time
    Pearl Jam - Avocado
    Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park
    A Perfect Circle - Eat The Elephant
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    IDLES - Crawler
    REM - Monster 25th Anniversary
    Ben Harper - Give 'Til It's Gone
    Elliott Smith - Self Titled
    Sleater Kinney - The Woods
    I LOVE MUSIC.
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  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - All This Time
    Pearl Jam - Avocado
    Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park
    A Perfect Circle - Eat The Elephant
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    IDLES - Crawler
    REM - Monster 25th Anniversary
    Ben Harper - Give 'Til It's Gone
    Elliott Smith - Self Titled
    Sleater Kinney - The Woods
    This one narrowly missed my list. Very underrated record and the 25th anniversary pressing is very good imo
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


    Wipers - Youth of America
    I really need to take time to track down a copy of this record.  Lesser know but widely influential  Kudos for the pick!

    "I believe in the mystery, and I don't want to take it any further than that. Maybe what I mean by that is love."
    -John Densmore











  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    brianlux said:
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


    Wipers - Youth of America
    I really need to take time to track down a copy of this record.  Lesser know but widely influential  Kudos for the pick!

    Definitely! Their first three albums are amazing imo.  I’m still looking for the 2014 RE of Is This Real? 

    From that list I strongly encourage you to have a listen to Amythyst Kiah (if you haven’t already).  Her short set at Ohana made me an instant fan.  That album is mastered by Bob Ludwig and cut by Chris Bellman. She is one of those once in a generation talents like a Tracy Chapman (once again my own opinion).  EV made some great picks for Ohana… she was one of the best. 


  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    edited January 13
    brianlux said:
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


    Wipers - Youth of America
    I really need to take time to track down a copy of this record.  Lesser know but widely influential  Kudos for the pick!

    Definitely! Their first three albums are amazing imo.  I’m still looking for the 2014 RE of Is This Real? 

    From that list I strongly encourage you to have a listen to Amythyst Kiah (if you haven’t already).  Her short set at Ohana made me an instant fan.  That album is mastered by Bob Ludwig and cut by Chris Bellman. She is one of those once in a generation talents like a Tracy Chapman (once again my own opinion).  EV made some great picks for Ohana… she was one of the best. 



    I will check out Kiah, thanks! And yes, Chapman is great, for sure.

    Edit:  Oh man!  Just checked her out here:
    Great, strong voice and some nice guitar playing.  Great tip, 1T, thanks!

    Post edited by brianlux on
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  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,195
    mfc2006 said:
    Heartless Bastards - All This Time
    Pearl Jam - Avocado
    Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park
    A Perfect Circle - Eat The Elephant
    Old 97's - Graveyard Whistling
    IDLES - Crawler
    REM - Monster 25th Anniversary
    Ben Harper - Give 'Til It's Gone
    Elliott Smith - Self Titled
    Sleater Kinney - The Woods
    This one narrowly missed my list. Very underrated record and the 25th anniversary pressing is very good imo
    Yup. The pressing is fantastic & it hit my ears differently for sure.
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  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 4,505
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


    Wipers - Youth of America
    I really need to take time to track down a copy of this record.  Lesser know but widely influential  Kudos for the pick!

    Definitely! Their first three albums are amazing imo.  I’m still looking for the 2014 RE of Is This Real? 

    From that list I strongly encourage you to have a listen to Amythyst Kiah (if you haven’t already).  Her short set at Ohana made me an instant fan.  That album is mastered by Bob Ludwig and cut by Chris Bellman. She is one of those once in a generation talents like a Tracy Chapman (once again my own opinion).  EV made some great picks for Ohana… she was one of the best. 



    I will check out Kiah, thanks! And yes, Chapman is great, for sure.

    Edit:  Oh man!  Just checked her out here:
    Great, strong voice and some nice guitar playing.  Great tip, 1T, thanks!

    Glad you liked it!  Her voice on stage blew me away. We were on the rail directly in front of her. 
    Joe Wong is another act that impressed me at Ohana. He had a wicked drum-off with Matt Cameron. Full string section on stage. He was building confidence in his singing as the set progressed. His album is called Nite Creatures. Suggest listening to some of that one if you have some time brian 👍
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    DOA - Hardcore 81 (40th Anniversary RE)
    Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
    Plant & Krause - Raise the Roof
    Wipers - Youth of America
    Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange
    King’s X - Please Come Home ….. Mr. Bulbous
    Jeff Ament - I Should Be Outside
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady
    Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin

    Honourable mention:
    Quicksand - Distant Populations
    REM - New Adventures in HiFi


    Wipers - Youth of America
    I really need to take time to track down a copy of this record.  Lesser know but widely influential  Kudos for the pick!

    Definitely! Their first three albums are amazing imo.  I’m still looking for the 2014 RE of Is This Real? 

    From that list I strongly encourage you to have a listen to Amythyst Kiah (if you haven’t already).  Her short set at Ohana made me an instant fan.  That album is mastered by Bob Ludwig and cut by Chris Bellman. She is one of those once in a generation talents like a Tracy Chapman (once again my own opinion).  EV made some great picks for Ohana… she was one of the best. 



    I will check out Kiah, thanks! And yes, Chapman is great, for sure.

    Edit:  Oh man!  Just checked her out here:
    Great, strong voice and some nice guitar playing.  Great tip, 1T, thanks!

    Glad you liked it!  Her voice on stage blew me away. We were on the rail directly in front of her. 
    Joe Wong is another act that impressed me at Ohana. He had a wicked drum-off with Matt Cameron. Full string section on stage. He was building confidence in his singing as the set progressed. His album is called Nite Creatures. Suggest listening to some of that one if you have some time brian 👍

    Will do, thanks!  Always on the look-out for new good music!  :plus_one:
    "I believe in the mystery, and I don't want to take it any further than that. Maybe what I mean by that is love."
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  • ceskaceska New YorkPosts: 975
    edited January 14
    Ten most recent albums added to my ipod:

    The Damnwells - The Damnwells
    Grateful Dead - Live at Harding Theater
    Grateful Dead - Fare Thee Well
    The Beatles - Rubber Soul
    The Beatles - Revolver
    The Honey Badgers - Meet Me
    Mark Lanegan - Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe 
    Nirvana - Live at Reading
    Richard Thompson - Serpent's Tears and Bloody Noses
    Taylor Swift - Red

    Post edited by ceska on
  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,406
    edited January 24
    Gene Harris -- Astral Signal
    Daniel Norgren -- Live
    Waiting Room -- Let Your Hair Down
    Jimi Hendrix -- Axis: Bold As Love
    Ben Harper -- Fight For Your Mind
    Neil Young -- Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
    J.J. Cale -- Naturally
    GZA -- Liquid Swords
    MMJ -- It Still Moves
    Robert Glasper -- Fuck Yo Feelings (Instrumental)
  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,195
    Satchel - The Family
    Damien Rice - My Favourite Faded Fantasy
    The Strokes - The New Abnormal
    Heartless Bastards - Stairs & Elevators
    Jason Isbell - Southeastern
    Pearl Jam - Ohana weekend #1
    The Black Keys - Attack & Release
    My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves
    IDLES - Crawler
    War on Drugs - I Don't Live Here Anymore
    I LOVE MUSIC.
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 36,174
    The Feelies: The Good Earth
    The Bongos: Time and the River
    Danny and Dusty: The Lost Weekend
    Dead Moon: Nervous Sooner Changes
    Joy Division: Substance
    The Individuals:  Fields
    The Dream Syndicate: Weathered and Torn (3 1/2, The Lost Tapes 85-88)
    Neil Young and Crazy Horse: Barn
    Steve Wynn and the Miracle Three: Northern Aggression
    The Lemonheads: It's a Shame About Ray
    "I believe in the mystery, and I don't want to take it any further than that. Maybe what I mean by that is love."
    -John Densmore











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