Listened to a few songs, nothing special. Perhaps I have not yet developed the necessary musical palette to appreciate Yoncé. Maybe eventually, I shall…
Again, nothing spoke to me, not dreadful, listenable, but nothing stood out. Maybe I need to listen to these albums with a little more concentration, less I risk never revisiting them
Again, mediocre, maybe eventually I’ll get the hang of this.
Revisit, some decent material. Rated 3 stars because I rated the previous albums slightly too highly. Now I have some perspective…
Not my style, repetitive and tedious.
Who knew Mr Tambourine Man was a cover. Decent tunes, not quite as good edgy and interesting as Illinois, but it’s up there.
So I definitely rated the first few albums far too highly. This album was touching and poised. McLean has such a gentle character and never needs to raise his voice to much above a whisper. Great album.
My introduction to the seed that will seemingly eventually grow into rap, and you know, actually very good.
Classic Shankar, but didn’t lend itself as well to the modern style as classical
I know it’s a classic, but just doesn’t have that catchy hook or soul that gets me going.
Oliver’s Army was a cracking tune. Others didn’t make such an impression, but maybe they deserve another listen.
Energetic, empowering, diverse. Decent.
Fairly grungy. Interesting, but not astounding or particularly clever on first, slightly unfocused listening.
I guess I just have an affinity for something about English Rock. It resonates on a personal, exclusively British level. Alright is rightly it’s showstopper.
Not my vibe, from what I recall.
Didn’t give it a proper chance.
Classic country. Not particularly spine-tingling, more gentle.
Diverse and chaotic, just like me.