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Discussion in 'The Lobby - Non-Cigar Related' started by pulse746, Mar 6, 2015.
Still on it...
Gary B.B. Coleman
Came today! Seven CD set. BTW, if you don't know who Owsley Stanley (AKA Bear) is, It's okay. You had to be there.We'll just say he was a fine recording engineer of live concerts, among other things.
I'm in heaven
With the maven of funk mutation
Clinton's musicians such as Bootsy Collins
Raise expectations to a new intention
No one can sing
Quite like Smokey, Smokey Robinson
Wailin' and skankin' to Bob Marley
Reggae's expanding with Sly and Robbie
This should fuck up Ray's dope. Parental advisory, no less.
The unreleased album from 1976
Five years before Dylan went electric and shocked the Newport Folk Festival, Muddy Waters got his mojo working with his electric guitar in one of the seminal recordings of the era.
The introduction of the famous Dead Wall of Sound
Prophets of Rage.
Bought the other day. It's waiting to be cleaned, but it looks like this:
Vinyl, of course. Did you like it?
But mine is the digital download and the cover is as I posted. Yes, I do like it. As with Dylan there are only a very few albums either have put out that didn't catch me at some level.
I've always felt that way about Dylan; just within the last few years have I felt the same way about Young. It's not the music or the verse. It's more about an ex-girlfriend liking him. Stupid reason, but reason none the less.
Charles Bradley - No Time For Dreaming