What are you listening to....... right now...........

bman posted:
steve8 posted:

Alejandro Escoveda - Burn Something Beautiful

I'd like to, but I can't shake this cold.  His best album since A Man Under the Influence.

Chug a half bottle of Clio or Mollydooker and it should clear right up.....

 

I was thinking more about some Graham's LBV.

steve8 posted:
bman posted:
steve8 posted:

Alejandro Escoveda - Burn Something Beautiful

I'd like to, but I can't shake this cold.  His best album since A Man Under the Influence.

Chug a half bottle of Clio or Mollydooker and it should clear right up.....

 

I was thinking more about some Graham's LBV.

That could help "Faire sortir le mechant" as one of my in-laws might say.....

sunnylea57 posted:
vinoevelo posted:

The Beatles - Rubber Soul

A man must break his back to earn his day of leisure.

As much as I love Revolver, I think I have a softer spot for Rubber Soul. 

I prefer Revolver, but not necessarily for the songs it is most famous for. Eg. My favorite song on the album might be “For No One”.

 

Also, just listened to Rubber Soul. 

The remastered reissue of George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass."  I don't listen to this enough.  It is one amazing album.  He must have been so constrained by The Beatles that when they broke up all this pent up creativity spewed out all at once.  Amazing.

Name-dropping alert:  And he was a great guy.  When I was in Hawaii, he and Olivia would come over from Maui after hours to our botanic garden and just wander around.  Very engaging, lovely, people.  Miss him.  [BTW:  Michael Crichton lived on Kauai and would stop by, too.  Also a great guy]. 

haggis posted:

The remastered reissue of George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass."  I don't listen to this enough.  It is one amazing album.  He must have been so constrained by The Beatles that when they broke up all this pent up creativity spewed out all at once.  Amazing.

Name-dropping alert:  And he was a great guy.  When I was in Hawaii, he and Olivia would come over from Maui after hours to our botanic garden and just wander around.  Very engaging, lovely, people.  Miss him.  [BTW:  Michael Crichton lived on Kauai and would stop by, too.  Also a great guy]. 

Great album. But, imo, his masterpiece is a song on The White Album. 

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