Dub HousingPere Ubu
I have heard it so much it’s difficult to reflect on it in this way. It was the sound track to my middle school years. I wasn’t mature enough to understand the lyrics at the time and didn’t much care about music either. Looking back at it, it’s certainly a good and influential album.
I can definitely hear a lot of influence in the album. Got a little screamy for me towards the end and I had to shut it down.
Not for me.
This was just ok for me. Sounded like the soundtrack to a movie I haven’t seen.
Went in with zero expectations. Enjoyed it. A couple of the vocals were pretty rough and had to hit next.
Meh. Neil young is Neil Young. Not for me.
It was ok. Vocals were rough at first. Little too punky.
Irritating for the most part and I felt like it was an inside joke that I didn’t get.
The songs that you know are great. The songs that you don’t know…. Yikes. Overall a great time capsule to a different time.
Very nice. Felt like I was a part of a different time. Not a huge jazz fan but this was good
Obviously Fire and Rain is a classic. I’ve got to say, James Taylor singing Steamroller at 109lbs, with the energy of an elementary school music teacher is a tough sell for me.
Not for me.
It’s a classic Willie album, what more can I say?