Classic Rasta Reggae from a contemporary of Bob Marley
Influential experimental "Krautrock" album!
The debut album from Simply Red - classic stuff... ...although perhaps the overall album isn't as good as the (over-played at the time) Heaven and Money's Too Tight (To Mention)...?!
Funkadelic by name and nature.
"an innovative mixture of early rock and roll, jump blues and jazz as well as eccentric humor"
Interesting late 60s sound. You can hear the same context/period as eg. The Beatles's Sgt Pepper's...
Classic early (solo) Rod Stewart. Folksy blues rock?! 3rd solo album.
Classic brilliant REM (but I'm biased - I saw the Green tour live back in ooh 1989?)
Dated 60s stuff. I'm sure it's classic and was very influential...
R&B - not really my thing...
Late 60s psychedelic and jazz influenced rock... ...possibly influential, not really my thing.
Influential punk debut.
Funky street R&B/soul
A classic. Their 2nd album. One of the best modern British albums.
Blur’s 2nd album. Very Blur. But v average vs Parklife…
His 2nd album but 1st major label. Rap. Interesting. Not really my thing.
Their 5th album. Heavy Metal not particularly my thing but this was excellent…
I always loved 'Girl from Mars" but the album can be a bit of a same-y wall of sound.
'S ok. Stupid Girl is a classic but the rest was a bit meh.
70s Australian punk Ok
Interesting cafe band mellow swing blues jazz fusion !!
Influential and good but not as well known as earlier debut album.
70s rock - ok but not really my thing
Classic post-Nirvana grunge-rock from Dave Grohl
Not my thing but very listenable… brash US pop.
Aerosmith‘a 4th and influential album. Classic 70s rock. Bit before my time, not really my thing but ok…
I’m not a Taylor Swift fan but really liked Folklore and this sister record sequel continues the folky cottagecore thang…
Attitude as music!
The epitome of (white) US boomer nostalgia rock…?
I know she’s apparently very “authenthic” indie rock and cool etc but musically doesn’t do much for me
Stylish. But inconsistent.
Boomer nostalgia shit
Hmm ok but patchy
Not my thing but classic easy…
2nd album. 80s classic.
Classic gospel inspired late Rolling Stones end of the 60s blues rock
Classic 60s incl I’m Not Your Stepping Stone
A mix of incredible classics and weird experimental shit.
Experimental soulful melancholic electro… v interesting if not as commercial successful as later stuff
Just really interesting influential avant-garde electro!
Modern (well 70s!) English folk rock from *a* Steve Winwood band
Classic early Beatles (2nd album)
Experimental psychedelic rock debut album. Very late 60s. Probably only fully makes sense to a drugged up Boomer.