Nothing particularly interesting, but nothing to complain about either.
Too slow for my liking, but the creative genius is apparent. Great muzak.
Pure southern rock energy, a must-listen for fans of the genre.
Piano heavy bluesy rock. If you're a fan of indie rock, this is the prototypical album.
I'm sure it's fine, but RnB/soul has never appealed to me.
Psychedelic hippie rock, I'm sure it's fine.
Classic east-coast rap. A must listen for rap fans.
Too indie for my rock.
Arguably the best grunge album ever written.
Some of Simon and Garfunkel's best; mellow, catchy, and still bloody good.
Boring, woozy, thoroughly detestable pop/hip-hop, saved somewhat by a catchy couple of tracks.
Clapton and the boys with their finest blues-rock.
No complaints, but nothing grabbed me either.
It's fine, not my cup of tea.
Easy listening classic rock, and it's good!
Mellow singer-songwriter album with some fun ideas.
Easy listening country, with a couple of stand out tracks.
Classic Dylan rock
Forgettable late 90's alt-rock.
Some fun psychedelic rock, but nothing that captured my attention.
Funky hip-hop humour.
One of the all time classic rock greats.
Nothing really interesting.
Soulful, intimate rock.
It goes, hard.
Starts off with fantastic psychedelic experimental prog, which only just begins to tire towards the end of the album.
Woozy RnB with some humour. Definitely not my thing.
An energetic (if somewhat dated) performance with style and personality.
There were some very good tracks in this album, smothered by the other 15. [Language barrier]
Catchy and engaging synth.
In this case, historical significance didn't translate into an enjoyable, or even interesting experience.
Uninteresting [some tracks unavailable on Spotify]
Fine, but not particularly interesting.
Undeniably catchy indie rock, in the vein of the Strokes, the Rolling Stones, and Blur.
A classic, but somewhat generic in the current musical climate.
Music to jig to.
I wasn't expecting Bob Dylan, but that's what I got. Surprisingly enjoyable.
Incredible musical ability on display, especially for fans of Ginger Baker.
Classic bluesy country rock. Classic Dylan.
Some very good tracks, mostly just dull vibes.
Some fun, nothing groundbreaking.
I'm new to swing, but this was pretty dope.
A great album by a great band. I don't think it gains anything from being a live recording, however.
Haven't felt such funk in a long time.
Musically and compositionally very good. As a matter of preference, I think the songs run too long, meaning I like the tracks less at the end than at the halfway point.
Some classic pop-rock tunes, nothing that I'd choose to listen to specifically, though.
Classic country rock; softer than Neil would go on to write, but enjoyable nonetheless.
It's fine, not my thing.
Too ambient and dreamy for me, reminded me of Bowie b-sides.
Fine, nothing exciting.
Pleasant, think Buffalo Springfield with a surfer vibe.
Worth listening to only as an example of unimaginative and over-sentimental crooning.
Impressive, but not something I particularly enjoy listening to.
I enjoyed having it on in the background, but feel unqualified to judge it further.
Some interesting tracks on an overlong album.
Funky, with some nice grooves. Not necessarily for me, though.