Ornette Coleman...The Shape of Jazz To Come (180g vinyl)
Amazon ranked this as the #1 jazz album of all time. Not sure I agree with #1, but it is an awesome session.
Pink Floyd...Wish You Were Here (vinyl)
Songwriter (disc one of two)
2011 Sony/Legacy Recordings
Guns N' Roses: Appetite For Destruction.
I'll be starting this morning off as strong as my morning coffee is with one great album.
Yes, it will. I was just dancing and rocking in the middle of the living room just a short while ago on song 2 Killing in the Name like I was there at their concert again. I have seen them live a couple of times and was never disappointed. Very powerful album. Still rockin' to it as we speak.
As far as CB? Still searching, thanks.
Gonna make a rather severe swing of genre's now and start spinning the DSD of Mr. Brubeck
Thumbs up for Rage Against The Machine. How about this album of covers? Best hard rocking version of Bruce Sprinsteen's "Ghost of Tom Joad" EVER! And their cover of Maggie's Farm is unbelievable. Tom Morello ROCKS!
Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same.
Blackmore's Night - Secret Voyage
A drummer friend sent me a you tube stream of Henry Gross Shannon! No one has mentioned this guy in years,had to dig out the LP and spin it! lots of memory's on this one!
Rory Gallagher: Stage Struck.
Rory Gallagher: Irish Tour 1974.
Frickin' blizzard today. Foot of snow already and high winds, they're predicting three to five foot drifts. Steve Young is perfect for today, one of the best voices in country music, also top songwriter who penned hits for the Eagles, Waylon Jennings and many others. Never got his full due.
Gonna get ugly later here too. One more then off to the store before the storm comes to town.
T Rex: The Slider.
Diana Krall, "When I Look in Your Eyes"