ITT: Your Top 10 Albums
Be chill and rate/rec.
angela hewitt - well tempered clavier (90's)
artur schnabel - schubert (EMI references)
leonard bernstein - mahler 9 (sony classical)
harry christophers - monteverdi vespers of 1610
chick corea - return to forever
eddie daniels - breakthrough
michael brecker - wide angles
john coltrane - a love supreme
the beach boys - pet sounds (or SMiLE)
the beatles - a hard day's night
Sun Ra - Jazz in Silhouette
Can - Tago Mago
Sissy Spacek - Sissy Spacek
This Heat - This Heat
Beefcake - Coincidentia Oppositorum
Earth - Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version
Loren Mazzacane Connors & Jim O'Rourke - In Bern
Ryo Fukui - Scenery
Anthony Braxton - Six Monk's Compositions
Bernard Parmegiani - De natura sonorum
What is your opinion on this album? I like Mr.Rager and Marijuana, it's sad how this is 5 years old, it was such a good album. What are your thoughts of this album and now Kid Cudi in 2015?
Meant to make this the image, idk what happened.
What music does he listen to?
The more ambitious the better.
Post yer setups
ITT: Most forgettable releases of 2015.
Did you know Wire released an album this year? Bet you didn't.
ITT: musicians who got fat
Now that the year is coming to a close, what was your favorite memealbum of 2015?
the orchids were p good
that was u right
i'm still coming down from xmas eve/xmas day night
best one i've ever had
This is the best album of 2015 tbqh bam.
Her voice is mediocre and the production is corny as fuck. Those "sax" bits at the beginning of Run Away With Me are so fucking laughable and it only gets worse from there. Her producers thought an 80s ripoff was the way to go but it clearly failed with everyone but a handful of paid-off critics
Her range is mediocre but she has a incredibly pleasant singing voice in general to make up for it and the production on that album is fantastic. They did an 80s homage without cheap shit like just blasting synths all over the place like everyone else does.
am i the only one who didn't enjoy this
>inb4 'yup, the only one in the whole internet' cmon man you know what i mean
has anyone ever met Stefan?
what is the best song on this album?
What is good russian music to listen to?
Was it really the first record to feature reversed vocals or was there some underground shit that technically came first?
So what actually came first then? That's what I was asking. There's a lot of stuff that the Beatles did "first" which was actually not actually a new idea at all and just happened to be something they took to the mainstream, and I'm asking if this is one of them.