We all have cds in our collection that 9 out of 10 people never heard of and the music is great. I would love to be turned onto some great music. And possible turn some of you on. *Absinthe-"A Good Day To Die"- Side project by Sammy Liamas of the Bodeans. About the sucide of his brother. *Appaloosa-"Appaloosa" 1969 Robin Batteau member, produced by Al Kooper. very mellow and Barogue Aztec Two Step- "Time it Was" - live doing all Simon and Garfunkel songs being interviewed by Pete Fornatale. found it on their web site *Fools Gold-"Fools Gold" 1978, Dan Fogelberg's backup band, if you like him you will like them. *Foghat-"Last Train Home" new cd, just realesed. Great blues cd *Scott Kempner-"Tenement Angels" 1992, solo album from leader of The Dictators. Nothing like The Dictators, my oppinion its better, more folk, great lyrics. *Steve Marriott - "30 seconds to midnite" 1989, solo from Small Faces and Humble Pie Leader. Lots of soul. *Mountain-"Masters of War" 2007, doing all Dylan songs, Ozzy sings title song and Warren Haynes plays on another. *Bill Quateman-"Bill Quateman" 1971, singer songwriter *Lovin Spoonful- "Revolution 69- 1969 without John Sebastain but still good. You may be familar with some or all of these. Interested in learning some new music
From the past: Tonio K: Life in the Foodchain. Genius. I have never seen it on CD, but I still have copies in black vinyl and green vinyl. Graham Parker and the Rumour: Squeezing Out Sparks. Dead Boys: All, but especially Sonic Reducer and Son of Sam. Check out: Young, loud and snotty, and We have come for your children. Echo and the Bunnymen: many great albums. The song "The Game" is amazing. Queen: Queen II. Before they went pop, they were total rockers. Rachael Sweet. Great voice and great songs. Al Stewart: Time Passages. Simply wonderful. Oingo Boingo (Or the Mystical Knights of the Oingo Boingo): all albums. More genius and one of the best live bands every. The Psychedelic Furs: Their first album (later versions were good, but a bit more poppy.) "India....you're my love song."
Recent: OK, some may have heard of these, but... The Kills: everything, but especially "Sweet Cloud." How do they do that with just one guitarist and a beat box and a singer??? St Vincent: Strange Mercy. A bit off beat, but some great stuff here. The Hives: all albums. The Clash reborn.
Ali Campbell- Big Love Mark knopfler and emmylou Harris-real live roadrunning courtyard hounds jerry garcia band-let it rock nas and damian marley-distant relatives soul survivors-when the whistle blows vanilla fudge box set velvet revolver-contraband steve earle-the revolution stars...now michael franti and spearhead-yell fire