Rudimentary Peni - Cacophony
Yet to be topped by any punk record ever, I believe.
Frank Zappa - 1978/09/21: Mid Hudson Center, Poughkeepsie
So, some of my most favorite musicians and groups so far are:
Elton John, Billy Joel, Ennio Morricone, Vangelis, Mark Knopfler, Chris Rea, Yanni, Katie Melua, ABBA, The Beatles, Chris Isaak, Brandi Carlile, Coldplay, Phil Collins, Edith Piaf, Angelo Badalamenti, Glenn Miller, etc.
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Eric Dolphy and John Lewis play Kurt Weill
Rise Against: Appeal to Reason. One of my very favorite bands. They are playing a concert in ten days just two and a half hours from my house, but I don't think I'll be able to go
John Coltrane--Coltrane's Sound
Whatever floats your boat
A mixed playlist of soft Frank Sinatra songs:
A Very Good Year
Fools Rush In
Strangers in the Night
I'm a Fool to Want you
World We Knew
I'll Be Seeing You
Send in the Clowns
Softly as I Leave You
Actually, a few songs on this list are choking me up. Send in the Clowns, and I'll Be Seeing You. Unfortunately right before my daughter was born last month, my mom left my father, which ended a 33 year marriage. In their earlier years when they were happy, they used to love dancing and Sinatra was a favorite.
I love so much this:
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L'amazing Bud Powell, Volume One
I do like the other cover better, though. I mean, this one is just too "somber" for such a bouncing album. The other was more vibrant and playful. Bad choice!
Listening to Sleepytime Gorilla Museum. Also, cool interview of them. They say Bartok is one of their influences