CDs, records, DVDs, downloads, etc.
I didn't have time to post last night, so I'll catch up a bit.
I continued my self-education in classic rock with the Rolling Stones, Let it Bleed.
I knew "You Can't Always Get What You Want" from the radio, but I think the rest of the songs were new to me.
I admit my prejudices: I did not expect this album to be so good. What impressed me the most
I took a long, long walk through the park and the city today, and listened to four works while I did so. First was Rebel's Les Elemens.
By listening to Reinhard Goebel, I position myself in opposition to a league of internet snobs, and tomorrow I will listen to Jordi Savall to entrench myself here.
Anyway, the first part of Les Elemens is must-hear music, whether you indulge
As a mere "advanced beginner" in the world of classical music, I won't pretend to give any lectures here. No map, just a record of my stumbles through the vast uncharted territories of human culture.
Too much ado already.
And anyway, today was a pop day.
For the first time, I listened to If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears, an album bt The Mamas & the Papas. The experts tell us it's a classic.
Updated Apr-18-2011 at 20:52 by science