A classic to start off with. Haven’t really listened to much Metallica outside their most popular songs so it was nice to hear some of their other stuff. ‘The Struggle Within’s’ guitar solo was a particular highlight.
‘Blue Rondo à la Turk’ was fantastic, lively, energetic; it was everything you could have wanted from a jazz song. I actually recognised ‘Take Five’ which I was not expecting!
Hadn’t heard of Nick Drake prior to this but I wish I had. ‘Time Has Told Me’ is a beautifully somber song. Will definitely be listening to more of his stuff beyond this album. ‘Three Hours’ has some lovely acoustic guitar.
It was alright. Fantastic drumming as to be expecting but didn’t make a Foo Fighters fan out of me.
It’s not really my vibe but ‘Backwater’ was a fun and upbeat kind of track.
Little compares to the sound of Sparks, mainly due to their constant reinvention. Kimono My House is a fantastic album, perhaps with one of the best openings
Jazz fusion at its finest, perhaps one of the greatest jazz albums period. Chameleon and the rerecording of Watermelon Man are particular highlights
Joni's jazzy vibes makes this album one of her best. It is difficult to top Blue, but she certainly presents an album that sits on par with her 1971 release
Pretty average, some good songs