Mitchell, can you post your modified list of the albums you think are most essential (culled from the 1001 book). I believe you had two tiers. Also, if you want to change the list from the one you posted before, or add ones that are not in the book, that would be fine with me.
All the world’s indeed a stage
And we are merely players
Performers and portrayers
Each another’s audience
Outside the guided cage.
What music from your youth do you still listen to now? Of this music, which ones do you listen to primarily for nostalgic reasons? Which ones seem like they’ve stood the test of time–i.e, you feel like the music is actually good in some “objective” way?
Mitchell, last chance to name that 80’s tune. If I don’t hear from you soon, I’m just going to post it.
I recently had a conversation with Mitchell wherein I told him how much I liked AC/DC and Van Halen. This is especially true when I’m in the mood for music that really rocks. Later Mitchell asked if I could explain specifics about both groups that appealed to me. I did a cursory listening of various rock groups last night, and while I think my thoughts are still fuzzy, I’m going to offer some thoughts (because I might never get to this if I wait until my thoughts are clearer). To start things off, answering the following question might be helpful: What does it mean for a group to really rock? Here’s a list of things that come to mind: Continue reading “The Type of Rock Music I’m Looking For”