|Been Listening To|
|1||The Grateful Dead|
The Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack
I still haven't gotten off of my grateful dead kick, I listen to them probably 10x more than any other band
The title track is amazing... 15 minutes of laid back, in the pocket jazz. Grant Green is a fantastic guitarist.
My favorite album of 2006
|4||A Tribe Called Quest|
The Low End Theory
WHAT IS A FAT MAN WITHOUT FOOD IN HIS GUT
|5||Broken Social Scene|
You Forgot it in People
This album is outside of what I usually listen to, but the first four or so tracks are fantastic, especially almost crimes.
Freddie is a beast on trumpet and the band he has backing him up isn't half bad either! Highly recommended!
|7||Blue Oyster Cult|
A very fun album that I still manage to bust out every now and then. Even though it doesn't have don't fear the reaper or godzilla, this is still BOC's best album.
One Guitar, No Vocals
|9||Ten Years After|
An excellent live album by a band that often gets overlooked. If you like 60's blues rock, check this album out!
|10|| ||Jim Hall|
A friend of mine lent me this album... awesome jazz guitar that I never would've heard otherwise. I think it's out of print.
You'd better be good if your debut album is called virtuoso. Joe Pass is incredible.
Live at the Regal
In preparation of seeing the King live I went through some of my live cd's of his. He still puts on a great show at 82. I'd pay 30 dollars to hear him play one note.
I haven't listened to the Beatles much lately, probably because of the stupid grateful dead
|14|| ||The Grateful Dead|
I've been working my way through every live concert the dead played in 1973, one of their very best performing years
|15|| ||The Grateful Dead|
more grateful dead
but, I've also been listening to tons of shows from 69, 71, 72, 74, 76, 77, 81 and 84 lately! Right now I have a total of 2,607 grateful dead tunes on my hard drive.