Really liked this one - it was a good album to start this with. I knew a couple of the songs but had never listened to an entire Lynyrd Skynyrd album, and probably would not have thought to listen to an entire Lynyrd Skynryd album. They just wouldn't have popped into my head as "hey let's listen to this band today." But I liked it, and it was good music to have on while getting work done.
I already knew a couple of these songs (and like them), but I don't think I'd go back and listen to this album start-to-finish again. Some of the songs got repetitive for me.
Didn't make it all the way through this one -- not my cup of tea. No offense to the band or anything, just not my thing :)
Neil Young is one of those artists that I really want to like but have a hard time getting into. I know he's had a significant impact on music and it makes me feel uncultured to not be super into his music, but here I am haha. I did like "Albuquerque" on this album, and after going to the Wikipedia page, I can appreciate this album a bit more for what it is -- the rawness, the emotions. I'd be willing to listen to some of his other music to see what it's like, but I don't think I'd revisit this one.
Really liked this one, and liked it even more after going to the Wikipedia link. (Having the Wikipedia link was a great idea... I'm enjoying learning about the albums as well as listening to them, and even for the ones I don't like as much, it's interesting to have the context around them.) I haven't listened to much hip-hop or rap in general, but I'm glad this generator is introducing me to artists and albums that I probably wouldn't have looked up on my own. Would go back and listen to this one again, and possibly pull up the lyrics to read along as they rap.
This was good for background noise while I was working on some stuff today. Lots of looping/repetition but that made it good "working" music.
I sang a couple Mamas & The Papas songs back in high school choir (it’s been a while lol) but hadn’t listened to much of them beyond that. I liked this one, and it was fun to hear those songs from choir again.
I liked this one in small doses -- 2-3 songs at a time was fun but I couldn't do the whole album in one sitting.
A classic (for my age group lol). I remember really not liking Nirvana when they first got big because their sound was different and, in all my elementary-school-aged wisdom, it bugged me. Came back to them recently after "Lithium" got picked as the Seattle Kraken hockey team goal song. I haven't listened to this whole album though, so I liked hearing both some familiar and some new-to-me songs on this one today.
Loved this one. I was supposed to be working while I had this on but his voice kept making me stop and actually *listen* to the songs. The Wikipedia article was an interesting read too -- I ended up going to the Wikipedia page about Leonard Cohen as well and learned that my album for today has a link to my album from yesterday: a song on Nirvana's "In Utero" album references Leonard Cohen. 10/10 to the music, 3/10 to my own productivity.
Fun to listen to. Kinda have "You Can Call Me Al" stuck in my head now haha. Really interesting to read the Wikipedia article and about him going to Africa and all the hubbub that followed; how it tied it with political and social things happening at the time.
Great album. Was nice to have this on while having a bit of a stressful day at work, pretty sure it helped keep my blood pressure at a safe level lol.
Had never heard of this group before. This was a great album for listening to while working. Will likely revisit and also check out more of their music.
Didn't recognize the name, but ended up recognizing a couple of the songs. I realized at the end that I didn't closely listen to the album since I had it on while I was working, but it did set a nice mood for doing said work. Will probably bookmark this one and play it as work music again.
I know a lot of people love this album... the good news for them is that they will not have to fight me for it in the record store. There are a few songs on here that I think are ok/good but overall, I've just never been super into The Police's sound. Glad I gave it a listen since it is a well-liked album but probably not one that I'd return to.
I wish the Wikipedia article explain why this album is notable/significant/etc -- I thought this album was ok, but I feel like I'm probably missing something. It's not the type of music I gravitate towards naturally so I think I'd probably be able to get more out of it if I knew more about it.
Hadn't heard of this group before. Liked the album a lot. Could for sure see myself listening to this one again.
Punk rock. Energetic. Fast paced and fun. Would listen to again (and check out more by this band).
Rockabilly. Country. Oddly comforting though, even though I'm not usually into country. Really liked that it was a live performance and the rapport he seemed to have with the incarcerated folks.
Been one of my favorite albums since I was 6 or 7 years old. Will happily listen to Fleetwood Mac any day, any time, any place.
Progressive rock. Experimental/adventurous. Sometimes a little funky/psychedelic. Nice percussion. Mellow. Good to read or work to. Would listen to again.
Alternative rock. Grunge-adjacent. Good energy, a little noisy at times. Some moments of distorted sounds/textures (space rock?). Would listen to again, just have to keep the volume a little lower - I don't know if it's a particular tone or something, but it wanted to give me a headache even though I was liking most of the songs.
Folk rock. Late 60's. Psychedelic rock. Fun songs, love some of the harmonies. Mellow but upbeat. Perfect for helping keep things light and happy while working.
East Coast hip hop. Jazz rap. "Minimalist" sound - drums, bass, jazz samples, and lyrics. Great lyrical chemistry.
Hip hop. Jazzy riffs. Catchy, upbeat. Kept realizing that I was tapping my feet along with the beat. Would listen again.
Light rock. Country-ish. Got about halfway through and just wasn't really feeling it. Wasn't holding my interest.
Electronic, mostly instrumental. Seemed disjointed to me. Only made it through a few songs. Best of luck to them but not my thing.
Bongos! (obviously lol). All instrumental. Fun album.
West Coast hip hop. Early 90's. Little funky and Fresh Prince-y. Some funny lines... some weird ones too. My interest lagged off before the last few songs but I'm also feeling kinda off today so that could be me, or the album. Didn't hate it either way.
Late 60's. Blue-eyed soul. Easy listening pop/rock. Really lovely voice. Makes me feel like I should be sipping fancy drinks in a classy lounge somewhere.
Today I learned that I'm not super into 90s electronica. I don't think I'd mind a song here and there but I couldn't do the whole album at once.
New age. Progressive rock. An interesting listen. Wasn't a huge fan of whatever the growling was partway through, but the whole album is unconventional enough that it was like "well that's odd... ok." Can't hear anything but The Exorcist during the first song haha.