23 fév. 2014, 1h40m par lMcMiller
17 jui. 2013, 7h58m par MachiventaStill working on this list as I think of them. I'm sure I'm missing some essentials.
If you're wondering why I'm missing some of the best albums of all time, I either haven't heard them yet or only like a few of the songs on the album.
In no particular order:
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream
The Moody Blues - To Our Children's Children's Children
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance
The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn
Barclay James Harvest - Barclay James Harvest
Barclay James Harvest - Early Morning Onwards
Barclay James Harvest - And Other Short Stories
Barclay James Harvest - Everyone Is Everybody Else
Barclay James Harvest - Live Tapes
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn!
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
The Byrds - Fifth Dimension
The Byrds - The Notorious Byrd Brothers
Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
31 déc. 2012, 11h07m par Lord_Krichian1. Death
death metal, technical death metal, progressive death metal, progressive metal, metal
2. Afghan Whigs
alternative rock, rock, alternative, indie, indie rock
3. James Taylor
folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, classic rock, rock
4. Steeleye Span
folk, folk rock, british folk, celtic, british
progressive rock, australian, alternative rock, rock, metal
rock, alternative, alternative rock, indie, indie rock
7. Uncle Tupelo
alt-country, americana, country, indie, alt country
14 nov. 2011, 19h14m par 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
5 sept. 2011, 5h59m par Riff55
14 août 2011, 16h46m par TheFatChocobo1. How did you get into 31? (UVERworld)
D-tecnoLife was the second opening theme to Bleach. I loved the song and sought out more of their music, which at the time was very little (on a major label and thus available, that is). They've kinda disappointed me since but still have lots of great songs, and come up with new great ones every now and then too.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Czesław Śpiewa)
That would have been either Ucieczka z Wesołego Miasteczka or Maszynka do świerkania, depending on whether I listened to the lead single before getting the album; I forget. Either one would have been enough to completely win me over, though.
3. What is your favorite lyric by 29? (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Hah, tough one: no matter what, it'd be off of Stadium Arcadium, though. There's "you're talking like a lady but you're walking like a sauerkraut" from Storm in a Teacup, or "I saw you there so unaware / those hummingbirds all in your hair" or "right on the verge…
10 déc. 2010, 19h36m par 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…
30 août 2010, 5h53m par Showstoppa113Fri 27 Aug – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Crosby, Stills & NashThis honestly was one of my dreams come true. Seeing Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers live was one of the greatest experiences of my life. Crosby, Stills & Nash took the stage around 7 and they played as well as I expected they would for a bunch of guys almost in their 70s. They played all their hits and were fun to sing-a-long to. David Crosby definitely still has that voivce, while Stephen Stills doesn't really have it so much, but he hasn't missed a beat on the guitar. His guitar playing definitely makes up for his lackin in the vocals department. Graham Nash is still the same Nash from back in the day. Besides being a little off here and there they put on a very fun show.
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Then came the moment I have been waiting 23 1/2 years for... Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. …
29 août 2010, 20h47m par samueljeronimohttp://i1023.photobucket.com/albums/af359/samueljeronimo_photos/robertwyatt_rockbottom.jpg
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Gente de aqui e de agora e outras canções (Orfeu, 1971);
- Agitation Free, 2nd (Vertigo, 1973);
- Aksak Maboul, Un peu de l'ame des bandits (Crammed, 1979);
- Al Di Meola, Elegant gypsy (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Land of the midnight sun (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Casino (Columbia, 1977);
- Al Green, Let's stay together (Hi, 1972);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Tales of mystery and imagination (Mercury, 1975);
- The Alan Parsons Project, I Robot (Arista, 1977);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Pyramid (Arista, 1978);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Idlewild south (Capricorn, 1970);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Eat a peach (Polydor, 1972);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Brothers and sisters (Capricorn, 1973);
- Alusa Fallax, Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione (Mellow, 1974);
- Amazing Blondel, Fantasia lindum (Island, 1971);
22 août 2010, 4h32m par paperbacklucyOnce upon a time in the lands of America and England there lived three men: David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash. All three men had been in extremely successful music groups. Crosby was in the Byrds, Stills in Buffalo Springfield, and Nash in the Hollies. One day they all were walking and chatting down a street when suddenly a uranium bomb dropped on them, giving them the power to become one of the greatest super groups the world has ever seen. And so Crosby, Stills & Nash was born!
True story. They just don’t want you to know about the uranium bomb part because they’re worried people won’t go to their concerts for fear of getting radiation.
CSN entered the background of my life from time to time, mainly with “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.” The song was played on the radio occasionally, and I loved it every time. My parents picked up on the I-really-like-this-group vibe I was exhibiting, and bought me Crosby, Stills & Nash and Déjà vu for my seventeenth birthday.