|The Waifs - Sun Dirt Water|
(May 20, 2013 - 10:34)
|Y'all can play this one a few more times than the frequency of comments might imply interest. Dig it!|
|Aimee Mann - Charmer|
(Mar 07, 2013 - 11:22)
|Tall blond woman playing bass and singing like this. Gets my attention.|
|Talking Heads - Houses In Motion|
(Nov 26, 2012 - 15:15)
|Phish did a seriously great Halloween concert version of Remain in Light. Both albums are in my car right now.|
|Aimee Mann - Humpty Dumpty|
(May 15, 2012 - 17:16)
|I have a soft spot for tall blond female bass players who can mesmerize with song. Dig it!|
|The Beatles - I Am The Walrus|
(Dec 02, 2011 - 13:24)
|Should be a 10, but they only get nine from me. They never did it live! Or did they? Prove me wrong...|
|Cowboy Junkies - Thunder Road|
(Aug 21, 2010 - 16:13)
|Folks, this just needs a remix. Bring the band up loud, and drop the vocal back into it. Not because it is a bad vocal, it's not, the song just needs a loud band. The end of the song with just the band was nice...|
|Canned Heat - On The Road Again|
(Jul 23, 2009 - 07:50)
|I am honored to have caught this one at such a long interval (or did we just lose some data...?)|
Let's not - forget - to BOOGIE!
|Portishead - Glory Box|
(May 01, 2009 - 19:46)
|I upped it to a 9, but it shoulda been a 10 really. Guilt is good. yes, yes, yes.|
|Paolo Nutini - Jenny Don't Be Hasty|
(Feb 02, 2009 - 07:01)
|A rather ordinary song that has been improved by the segue to Tommy Tutone. Hilarious! Coupla good bar-bands, though. I'd sit through another set if the beer was good enough.|
|Dido - Honestly OK|
(Jan 23, 2009 - 14:15)
|Import CD with bonus trax - 2008. Quite nice|
Is this a remix? I have this album and just don't remember it this way. In fact, I thought it was Thievery Corporation at first...Odd.
|The Pretenders - Rosalee|
(Dec 03, 2008 - 14:37)
| nagsheadlocal wrote:|
Interesting hearing her play off Jim Keltner instead of Martin Chambers.
I'll second that...Any record with Jim Keltner on it is OK by me. Ms. Hynde works it really well. Very cool. Somebody will have to put this under the tree for me.
|Traffic - Freedom Rider|
(Aug 27, 2008 - 16:07)
|G/FR - Top THIS! Go on, I dare ya...it just doesn't get much better than this.|
|Fleetwood Mac - Sands Of Time|
(May 13, 2008 - 21:33)
|Yeah, ok this band set a high standard early on that was tough to live up to, (Then play on) but there was so much great stuff they did, including this one, when you stop and DON'T compare with the other stuff. With any other band it would have been so cool. You gotta listen with more than one perspective.
Nice Zero-7 segue...
|Robin Trower - Day of The Eagle|
(May 13, 2008 - 20:46)
Not bad, but if I want Hendrix I choose Hendrix. Personally I prefer Scott Finch´s guitar skills....
Yeah right.. What makes you so sure that Hendrix actually invented EVERYTHING he did? Even the Gods learn from somebody else. Robin was doing this stuff buried behind keyboards in Procol. Those idiots produced him out of the mix most of the time. They made great music, to be sure, but they kept him locked up.
|Savoy Brown - I'm Tired|
(Dec 05, 2007 - 15:38)
|Chris Youlden's vocals were the kind. He made Mr. Simmonds play differently, and it was very cool. So cool.|
|Ellen McIlwaine - Up From the Skies|
(Apr 15, 2007 - 09:08)
|I love that promo only cover! Brings back used record store memories. Perhaps Ms Jones did one better than Ellen's, but RLJ was a deadbeat Venice waif when this was recorded, and you can bet it was on her mind when she did hers. Back in the day, though, this was a very cool FM tune. Thanks, Bill!|
|Bendeniz - Kirmizi Biber|
(Apr 12, 2007 - 17:58)
|My Bill O'Meter just hit a 10. Not so much for this tune, but for the set. This is a BMR, dude.|
|Frank Sinatra - That's Life|
(Mar 09, 2007 - 11:44)
|In the late 70's I went to a Frank show at the Universal Ampitheatre, and there was a whole row of spiked-out punkers in front of us who were there early and into the show from start to finish. It was quite a spectacle. actually. Outside of Hendrix, Frank is the only performer I've seen who has the entire hall in his control for the full performance. From the back row of the orchestra to the back row of the hall, the place was HIS.|
|Muse - Knights of Cydonia|
(Mar 08, 2007 - 16:04)
|What a bunch of winers! When you have two peaks in the distribution, it means that it is really cool. Play it more and the rest of negatives will turn positive.|
|Chicago - I'm A Man|
(Feb 25, 2007 - 09:08)
|Great first album. South CA Purples was a cool one too.
Sons of Champlin's first album was better tho...
|Quetzal - Planta De Los Pies|
(Feb 10, 2007 - 20:04)
|These guys played in our Arts Festival here in Warwick NY out on the Black Dirt last summer and it was very cool. Even the locals who couldn't possibly have understood what they were singing were up and dancing. Muy bitchin'|
|Jefferson Airplane - 3-5s of a Mile in 10 Seconds|
(Oct 01, 2006 - 05:43)
|This one has a unique rating pattern, doesn't it? Both loved and hated, which to me has the mark of real greatness.
I didn't like this album when it came out, but it grew on me...these guys never sounded live like their first two albums, and what you hear on this song is just what they were live. Jack and Jorma moving things along, and the dissonant vocal combination of Grace and Marty - who each had their moments/it went both ways - and when they had this thing going well, they were cookin'.
|Rolling Stones - Monkey Man|
(Sep 30, 2006 - 16:55)
|I saw them tour this album with the Ike and Tina Revue at the Forum in LA. It was the second show at around 3 AM....Oh yeah! The next show for me was the Voodo Lounge at the Rose Bowl.
Whattaband - none made like this anymore, or are there?