I can definitely understand why Miles Davis was so influential to Jazz. I can recognize how he has influenced even some rap artists I listen to. The opening track is stunning with what he can do on the trumpet. I like the fast, snappy pace of most of the tracks. I feel like this is something that should be listened to on vinyl; digital doesn't do it justice. You need to feel it. The trombone solo in Deception makes me miss playing trombone myself. I don't listen to jazz much because there's just so much of it and I don't know where to start, so this was very helpful. I love the genre so much and have been tapping my foot throughout the whole album. It's very noticeable that there is emotion in the songs; Miles Davis portrays it so well.
I have no idea what they're saying; this is my kind of rock. Although now this feels more like punk. To be honest, I didn't know when punk started, but in or around 1977 would not have been my guess.
He has a beautiful voice, but the album wasn't anything special in my opinion.
I literally grew up on Mama Mia. I have loved ABBA since I was a tiny child. There are very few songs that make me shiver and Head Over Heels has now been added to that list.
It's some very classic jazz. Easy to listen to, but a little too easy. There really wasn't anything interesting about it to me.
Very funky. A genre I haven't heard before or at least can't name. There was nothing particularly exciting about it but it wasn't bad background music.
I am already a big fan of Kendrick, but I haven't listened to this album as of yet. So far it obviously doesn't disappoint, Kendrick is always good. I'm particularly loving Backseat Freestyle. Unfortunately though, my experience of this album has been tainted by Vine and meme culture as I can't help but think of them when I hear m.A.A.d city or Swimming Pools (Drank). However, As always, Kendrick excels lyrically and even though we've come from completely different backgrounds, I feel like I can understand.
Obviously everyone knows The White Stripes because of Seven Nation Army, and I'd heard some of their other stuff like I Fell in Love With a Girl. However, this album was not what I was expecting. The mix of genres or just feels was reminiscent of why I fell in love with another band, Gorillaz. I also had no idea that We're Gonna Be Friends was by them, so that was quite a surprise.
A very interesting album. I like the style of music but it was just too long for my liking.
A very interesting folky-country feel. Nothing extraordinary though.
A very Austin Powers-like feel. I like it a lot.
I can't believe the timing on this 💀 Anyway, I am already a pretty big fan of The Smiths but the only song on this album I was familiar with was There Is a Light The Never Goes Out. It was interesting to hear some of the other stuff they've done
There wasn't really anything special about it to me except for the fact that I didn't recognize Heads Will Roll until it played.
Very interesting, a different sound than I expected.
Always love the Beatles.
My grandpa listened to them