Just finished listening to J.J. Cale - Okie. Some good stuff, there.
Let me think on that a bit....one of my favorites is Randy Newman Live from 1970.
I'm thinking of getting Original Album Series has self titled debut, 12 songs, Sail Away, Good Old Boys, and Little Criminals as a
box set, unfortunately only available as CDs....but less than $20 from amazon
Listened to (in no particular order)
Partick Sky Harvest of Gentle Clang
Richard and Mimi Farina Reflections in a Crystal Wind
Ten Years After Cricklewood Green
Optiv & BTK; Dirty Tricks
dark and dirty D&B at its best
Genesis Selling England by the Pound
This morning I'm listening to Overhead at Darrington.
The concept sounds potentially dreadful, but it's great, fun party record.
Gordon Lightfoot self titled 1st album.
Fleetwood Mac self titled 1975 LP.
Eric Anderson Blue River
Miles Davis Kind of Blue
Just finished: Emmylou Harris - Luxury Liner
Now playing: Jimmy Reed - The New Jimmy Reed Album
Warren Zevon Learning to Flinch
Started with a girl theme today:
Emmylou Harris - Elite Hotel
Linda Rhonstadt - Different Drum
And then finished up with Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy :)
I expect to be in a Roy Buchannan/Delbert McClinton frame of mind pretty soon....
This weekends spins in no particular order...
a very scratchy sounding copy of The Beatles The Beatles Second Album US release.
Bonnie Raitt self titled first album.
Stevie Ray Vaughn Texas Flood it was raining here.
Jeanne Michelle Jarre Equinox
Ry Cooder The Slide Area
Man o' man..... I love Ry Cooder's music. Thanks for the idea, I think I'll spin one right now. Let's see....... ahhh, this one:
Bop Till You Drop
and follow up with Borderline
sitting at work now but think I'll put on
Tim Weisberg Night Rider when I get home.
How can you pass up any LP that has a vintage Colnago on it?
Photo courtesy Musicstack
Something a little different today. I found a copy of Tanya Tucker - TNT for a buck at the local thrift. Initially I was going to pass, but several little things conspired to coerce the dollar bill out of my pocket:
1) the record was clean.
2) on side 1, there are covers of Heartbreak Hotel and Angel From Montgomery.
3) the inside cover has to be seen to be appreciated properly.
It's a classic :) :
Turns out, it's a pretty good LP!
Bonnie Raitt self Titled first album
and Taking My Time which has my
favorite cover of a Randy Newman song
sorry bout the digital...
Right now. a pristine copy of Leon Redbone Champagne Charlie that I picked up Tuesday at the swap meet for $1
Neil Young - Comes a Time
John Lee Hooker - Endless Boogie
A young Steve Miller is all over this one - apparently before he sold out to the pop gods.
Just finished listening to Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks - rrrracket time
On the table now - Kinks - Celluloid Heroes
An old classic - Led Zeppelin II
Hayes Carll - Trouble In Mind
Right now, The Beatles - Rubber Soul
They're a good band and historically significant and all........ but I'm thinking a tad overrated. :innocent: