shastacola: jj325: Easy question
Jake Havechek: Not a rock album, but conducted by the composer himself. I only played it once, to burn it to disc.[img.fark.net image 425x425]
Cthulhukefka: [img.fark.net image 425x422]
Andric: I've had a lot of favorites over the years, but this one has stood the test of time and changing tastes. I still love it from start to finish.[img.fark.net image 425x425]
dereksmalls: freddyV: [img.fark.net image 500x500]Dylan has several excellent albums. So do the Dead. This is not one of them
FlashHarry: holdmybones: FlashHarry: [img.fark.net image 850x850]Excellent choice.I was listening to their live album the other day (can't recall the name - has a fun cover of Knockin on Heaven's Door). Would have loved to have seen them in their day.My band opened for Richard Lloyd (with Billy Ficca on drums) years ago. He's pretty nuts, but oh my god can he play guitar. I would love to have a time machine and be able to go to NYC in 1977 to see them.
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ElPrimitivo: Three EPs by The Beta Band is a spectacular piece of work from start to finish.[YouTube video]
doczoidberg: [f4.bcbits.com image 850x850]
sex_and_drugs_for_ian: doczoidberg: [f4.bcbits.com image 850x850]That made for an interesting Wiki read, so thanks./ Cobain's #5 favorite all time album// The New Yorker described as "Hauntingly bad"/// Rolling Stone article described the band as "sounding like lobotomized Trapp Family singers"
Great_Milenko: Lots of good choices here. Lots I would have posted myself, so instead of rehashing, I'll add a new one to the mix[p9.storage.canalblog.com image 800x792]
Daddy's Big Pink Man-Squirrel: Anybody with enough experience and discrimination won't have a single favorite album.Why not just call these "Show off your favorite music. Difficulty: No DSotM. Bonus points for obscurity or finding ways to like obvious crap" and be done with it? It's what goes on anyway, and we obviously like it.On a sunny carefree Sunday like this one, I guess it would be this obscenely upbeat throwback:[img.fark.net image 600x597]I mean, really, this thing is a total sin against malaise and bleakness. It's the musical equivalent of watching puppies and kittens chase bubbles and butterflies in a meadow.
Daddy's Big Pink Man-Squirrel: sex_and_drugs_for_ian: doczoidberg: [f4.bcbits.com image 850x850]That made for an interesting Wiki read, so thanks./ Cobain's #5 favorite all time album// The New Yorker described as "Hauntingly bad"/// Rolling Stone article described the band as "sounding like lobotomized Trapp Family singers"Without even looking, I am assuming they are talking about The Shaggs......(looking) ...Oh, yeah, I know my lobotomized von Trapps, I do./ my pal's name is foot foot// I found out about them because of Robert Fripp's interest - a wtf moment if ever there was one/// I must have been a musical genius when I was two
cnocnanrionnag: Jake Havechek: Not a rock album, but conducted by the composer himself. I only played it once, to burn it to disc.[img.fark.net image 425x425]I see your Holst and raise you a Mahler 2. For Sunday...[img.fark.net image 850x848]
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