EKE BBB

What rock music are you listening to? Non-Jazz, Non-Classical.

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4 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

:lol:

Sure!

And I still rank "The More Things Change..." as one of the best metal albums ever. Those were the days!

And now back to sanity :P:

The Marvelettes ‎– The Definitive Collection (Universal)

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Plenty of new worth checking out. Metal continues to move forward and the new bands are grinding for the love of it.

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Chuck Berry, Maybelline.

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Born To Run

Never noticed before that a Richard Davis plays bass on 'Meeting Across The River'. I'm assuming it's the Richard Davis? Quick online check suggests as much.

From Igor to The Boss!

Don't remember mention of him in the autobiography - I'm sure I would have noted that

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Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska

One of his best

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Bruce Springsteen - Tunnel Of Love

Better than I remember it being

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29 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Bruce Springsteen - Tunnel Of Love

Better than I remember it being

Boss binge, eh? :)

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26 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

Boss binge, eh? :)

Happens whenever he releases a new one, which I don't buy :)

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Even though he’s a god in my state, I was never a fan. 

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Ian McCulloch - Candleland (WEA, 1989)

 

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12 hours ago, Brad said:

Even though he’s a god in my state, I was never a fan. 

I used to be a huge fan but, after “Tunnel Of Love”, I find his music too linear. Of course, there still a bunch of good songs here and there, and “The Ghost of Tom Joad” partially successfully points to “Nebraska” (which is a gem!!!). But nothing like “The River”, “Darkness...”, “Born to Run”...

Some of his songs still bring tears to my eyes whenever I listen to them, for different sentimental reasons: “Thunder Road”, “I Wanna Marry You”, “No Surrender”, “Badlands”... and many more...

 

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3 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Ian McCulloch - Candleland (WEA, 1989)

 

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I used to be a huge fan but, after “Tunnel Of Love”, I find his music too linear. Of course, there still a bunch of good songs here and there, and “The Ghost of Tom Joad” partially successfully points to “Nebraska” (which is a gem!!!). But nothing like “The River”, “Darkness...”, “Born to Run”...

Some of his songs still bring tears to my eyes whenever I listen to them, for different sentimental reasons: “Thunder Road”, “I Wanna Marry You”, “No Surrender”, “Badlands”... and many more...

 

That's almost exactly how I feel about his discography. The run to 'Tunnel Of Love' is great. After that,, the occasional good song but I always check out the new ones just in case. 'Darkness...' is the one for me but probably no coincidence that it was the first I bought on release day having discovered 'Born to Run' a year after release. I know what you mean about the emotional impact too.

I liked Echo & The Bunnymen a lot too, up to 'Ocean Rain'

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On 30.5.2019 at 6:27 PM, EKE BBB said:

And now back to sanity :P:

The Marvelettes ‎– The Definitive Collection (Universal)

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Soulful ladies for sure ....

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6 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Soulful ladies for sure ....

Absolutely. I have two of their Hippo-Select sets.

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Albert King ‎– Born Under A Bad Sign (Stax, 1967)

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45 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

Albert King ‎– Born Under A Bad Sign (Stax, 1967)

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If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have any luck at all. 

Still looking for the wine and women, though. 

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23 minutes ago, Brad said:

If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have any luck at all. 

Still looking for the wine and women, though. 

Those are pretty deep thoughts! 😀

Now listening:

 

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I know it’s a classic but... not my cup of tea.

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4 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Albert King ‎– Born Under A Bad Sign (Stax, 1967)

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Stax warhorse ....

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Mark-Almond Band S/T. One of those albums, that the minute you hear it, it places you in the 1970s

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Mentioned this band earlier, but have been listening to these albums specifically. Also the live one, but these are more focused.
Also the last couple of Riverside albums. Just saw them live for the first time last week. A much more upbeat show than I expected, but solid as a rock.

Dissolution

 

Your Wilderness

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Waylon Jennings - Nashville Rebel (Legacy)
Disc 1 - 1960s stuff, pre-"Outlaw" period

 

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