Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by AbstractLunatic, Dec 7, 2017.
The Youngbloods performed frequently in northern california
After Bathing At Baxter's! And Dan Hicks (a musical acquaintance of mine in NorCal played bass for The Hot Licks for it's last few years) Striking It Rich! Both so great.
This is great! Only three of the posted albums have had any heavy rotation on my playlist: Blows Against The Empire, Live/Dead, and H.P. Lovecraft II, all three go everywhere my phone goes And the two I posted at the start of the thread of course
All the rest except the Santana Album are new to me and I'll be listening as the thread evolves. FYI, I like Santana a lot but don't own that album so only had a few listens...
So far, I listened to the Moby Grape album in post #5 and it was enjoyable. More in the queue
Beau Brummels? What? Turns, looks a thread title, gets confused, goes back to the cave
That said I amazingly have most of these.
Op how can you have that truly fantastic live album by qms as your avatar and not be familiar with the rest of these?
This would've been my choice! My mindplaying The Fool helped me get through the Army! Prior to that, I learned this album lick for lick! Loved the original lineup, not so much post-Dino.
One of Champlin's many masterpieces. Saw them many times during their tenure, pure blue-eyed soul at its apex! (although, gotta put Lydia and Cold Blood in there as well-You Got Me Humming, indeed!).
omaha was actually 1967
after leaving Moby Grape, and after 6 months in Bellevue after a violent LSD meltdown, Skip Spence rode a harley to Nashville and recorded this double LP over a weekend, playing all the instruments.
Has a vibe similar to Syd Barrett's solo work. Its reported to be Robert Plant's favorite album.
There is a lot of music out there. Besides, I was 0 years old when this stuff was happening
I discovered the 60s in the 80s
that dude picked me up hitchhiking, lit a joint and told me the whole story of his back-stabbing band mates...he was actually quite good
LOVED that record: 1969...i saw the sons quite a few times - they were unique