muzzikMy first musical focus was the Eurythmics. I really liked Sweet Dreams and Love is a Stranger, so I bought album after album, of which I recommend touch, sweet dreams, and the 1984 soundtrack.
it's hard not to love any music most times
if somebody put effort into something, it's worth listenin' to
now it may not be emotionally appropriate, just not where you want to be
they all, bold as love
just ask jimi hendrix
so I crank up the old Led Zeppelin, and find them mysogynist, the Eurythmics - too poppy, Jane's Addiction is pratically sociopathic, ravel, too genteel, rap not at all genteel, the grateful dead, too much of a hokey commitment.
but they all bold as love
they're all someone's soul - sometime in someone's life they felt that way, and sometimes in my life I feel that way too
we are connected, weehah!
so my only objection is soulessness, and perhaps singlemindedness
I started listening to the Police around fifth grade.Seventh grade, my brother exposed me to Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, the Grateful Dead. I'm grateful for the Dead.
My friends in San Francisco enjoy raves and the throbbing beats that accompany it: electronica.
that and the blues - I dig on willie mctell, I got to see satan and adam in concert. and ravel would probably been a bluesman if he'd been born black in mississippi around the turn of the century.i'm developing a profile of popular album peerage, what folks in my extended circles tend to own or be familiar with:
truth be told, it was blues that got me into gospel
now I can't get enough of the lord!
apparently, neither can wesley willis.
I rave about art tatum.
de la soul's 3 feet high and rising, michael jackson's thriller, beastie boys liscensed to ill/paul's boutique, jane's addiction ritual de lo habitual, nirvana's nevermind, paul simon's graceland, peter gabriel's so, pixies: surfer rosa