Reminds me of the Metallica concert with the Cowboys. Never an album I'd seek out, but I love it. Not as dark as expected. This site was already a great decision. So many chord progressions/runs that are iconic; curious where I'll hear them referenced in more recent music.
Such an important album to listen to. Now I need to go listen to sinatra
Impactful and refreshing. Not the last time I'll say "oh, this is the original?"
Looking at the track list, HOW is all of this on one album. Stacked.
Disappointed that I didn't enjoy this more. Can't deny Elvis, of course. Just wasn't feelin it
Weird. Interesting. Liked the end better than the beginning. I'll be listening for someone to say they know this so I can ask questions lol
I've heard a few different styles through the first half of the album... driving and almost uplifting for a moment (with a tone like Styx does sometimes), then weird and ethereal
Great smooth album
lol @ the hair on this album cover. I thought "I Know But I Don't Know" was going to be an underrated favorite until 56 seconds in and then it fell off; that guy coming in to harmonize sounds horrible
Just... Really not my kind of music. Semi-enjoyed Children of the Korn and All in the Family though when they crossed genres a bit. And I realize I have bias against them so that gives a slight bump
Okay I guess this is from later in his career, but he sounds like he's old (first album on Spotify is '67). Maybe enjoyed it more as I got further into it? OMG I'm dying laughing at the beginning of Jazz Police. Ok maybe all of Jazz Police. What in the hell is this song.
What a great album. You gotta love when the bookends are just two great songs. I can't believe I'm just now hearing "The Song is Over." That one's underrated
Undeniable album that takes you on a journey.
Really enjoyed this one. It was over before I knew it though, which means it didn't stand out enough and probably shouldn't get 4 stars
oh boy. Lovin the triangle on this first track. Great background music and enjoy the range of it