I am not that big of a Gorillaz fan. My favorite thing about them is they remind me of my brother!
Although I love and respect Janis Joplin as a performer, her albums, and this one in particular, have always been too much for me. Her powerful voice combined with so much loud jamming is a lot.
I had never heard this before! It was a slog getting through only because of it's length. I kept picturing it as a soundtrack to some unrealized sci-fi movie (à la Jodorowsky's Dune)
I appreciate the Allman brothers but not as much this album. Although it should maybe be opposite, I tend to stay away from jam-prone bands live albums.
I love this album and it is a go to for cooking, cleaning, and other household task!
This is one of those live albums that has better versions of the songs than the studio versions! His performance turns these quaint classics into raucous party songs!
A lot of live albums so far. I wonder if this is just the list makers way of getting around the "no greatest hits" thing.
Madonna has a high floor and this album is proof of that. Good album but I vastly prefer her 80's albums.
I really like Lennon's solo/Yoko albums (yes, even Double Fantasy). I think their dreamy melancholy appeals to me. I am Pro-Ono
I've always loved this album and play it at home a decent amount! This era of Ray Charles reminds my of a PSE commercial growing up that, I think, had one of his songs. The commercial depicted warm images of the home and a street in what I am guessing was West Seattle that lights up when the sun goes down. It had a strong impact on me. I still look for that street.
This is one of my least favorite Björk albums, but it is still really good! It gets 3 stars on the Björk scale but 4 stars here!
I thought I knew this album better than I did. I really love it, which is not surprising because of Kanye and J Dilla's contributions.
I have been given a hard time by Wrigglesworth, Jimmy, and Keliko for not liking Creedence more. I probably like them more now than I did as a kid, which is unusual for classic rock bands.
I've always liked this album in theory, but not so much in reality.
Surprise, surprise, I really love this album. By far my favorite of the his solo albums and the one that I think holds up the best.
I was only aware of this album and band but not sure I have ever heard them before! It is a nice album and one I will probably revisit
I appreciate Sonic Youth but have never been a super fan. Listening and focusing on it again after so many years, I am maybe more impressed than previously.
Makes me want to listen to Lee Oskar solo records!