Can't get enough metal, Anthrax 'Fistful of Metal', Testament 'The Legacy', Metal Church 'The Dark', Slayer 'Show No Mercy'

Marin Marais 'Le Secret de Monsieur Marais', Greig 'Complete Symphoic Works Vol 5'.

@spo posted:

Can't get enough metal, Anthrax 'Fistful of Metal', Testament 'The Legacy', Metal Church 'The Dark', Slayer 'Show No Mercy'

I have a twin brother here?

Joe Cocker.  Have recently started to appreciate him.    Listening to Sandpaper Cadillac and of course the Great With a little Help from my Friends.  

@napacat . posted:

Phil Collins, Sussudio

Classic!

Funny.  I'm reading the Chronicles of Narnia to my kids as their bed time story.  So when its time to read I'm sing 'Nar, nar, narnia' to the tune of this.  I had to play it for them after a week or so, so they got the reference, and now they are doing it too.

@napacat posted:

Southern Cross - Crosby Stills and Nash 

I've always had a soft spot for this song.  Inane lyrics (unless you're the person who wrote them, I guess).  The sweetness of a 12 string guitar and Stills' gritty voice is quite appealing.  Spent my 15th-17th years in the southern hemisphere, so very familiar with the constellation.  Damn, I think I agree with napa on something.  

PH 

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Charlie Haden Quartet West, Haunted Heart. Charlie was such a unique figure in music in general and jazz in particular. 

Caro Emerald, the Shocking Miss Emerald.  Good stuff.  Somebody point me to the hipster cocktail party.

@winetarelli posted:

Jethro Tull

Just listened to 'Thick as a Brick', I love how that album is a mockery of the prog genre but such a great prog album.

Legend - From the Fjords  Amazing rarity from the 70s now on Apple Music.

Impelliteri - Screaming Symphony

@spo posted:

Just listened to 'Thick as a Brick', I love how that album is a mockery of the prog genre but such a great prog album.

Legend - From the Fjords  Amazing rarity from the 70s now on Apple Music.

Impelliteri - Screaming Symphony

Re: Tull, not quite the same, but

"Whiter Shade of Pale" and "I am the Walrus" are also two songs meant to poke fun at how seriously many were taking lyrics at the time and are also two of the best rock songs out there.

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