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Post just edges out Homogenic by a hair for the top spot, and Debut should be higher in that list. Justice for Debut!!
they could be saving the radiohead one for when the new album finally arrives.
that documentary is really good, i brought some tears, i always visited the ones in Mexico City and bought many great records there. It was also one of the very few places that still sold vinyl when it wasn't fashionable to.
no problem Jen, all complementary info is welcome!
some examples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q2QDwQXOZA
it seems like a lot of those vocals (and many of the sounds) on those sonds go with the new thing for hearing ASMR* sounds. *autonomous sensory meridian response = whispers, accents, and crackles.
i gave it a shout out a couple of columns back.
agree on the live, he kicks ass. didn't know about the record thing, that's really cool.
your's are all pretty good to! just remembered annother one: once Laetitia Sadier came to play a gig down here and after here show had ended and people were shouting for an encore, since i was in the first row taking pictures and pretty close to her, she whispered in my ear -"i don't know what else to play" . i melted.
* "bisou bisou" has entered the chat room *
i would go with one point less, a 7 for extending the song a little too much, although not sure how an edit would be posible. His voice really shines on this one. and watcha got against Iron and Wine Tom?
that album is one of the most amazing/beautiful albums ever.
Tricky did a really cool version of Black Steel. . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZJTM03UByU
that's great! i would love to see them live.
bobby gillespie of Primal Scream once asked me to pass him the lemons for his dish. that's all i got.
they did a volume two and even three i think of Mermaid Avenue, the first one is great. California Stars is just pretty as a meadow full of flowers.
Cohen should totally be in that list. maybe casual music fans don't know his name but many other musicians that casual music fans listen to have.
Meanwhile, at the eclectic side of town . . .  Living Colour released their debut, "Vivid", a very non-genre/all-genres record, fusing hard rock, funk, soul, jazz, glam, rap and metal and pop. Formed by guitarist Vernon Reid, who was well known in the New York underground and jazz scene, Living Colour was an outlier for being one of the all black bands making heavy music at that time. The album, which included production and harmonica by Mick Jagger on two songs, picked up steam slowly and with single and banger "Cult of Personality" ended up exploding by year's end and extending into the next one. Chuck D and Flavor Flav also provide words on a couple of tracks and there is also a really sick cover of The Talking Heads "Memories can't Wait". A record equally inspired by Led Zeppelin and George Clinton, it's a great antidote for the chintzy sounds of the late 80's.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xxgRUyzgs0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSkm4Dr2AzQ
if they think they have a case, i'm surprised it took this long. That image pretty much represents them until the smiley face.
that but i think also radio did play a very important part for all the people that lived far away from major urban centers.
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