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Nov 26 2008, 22h02 por HelenWheelsI was going through my CD's last night, and I found Driving Rain wedged between Cheshire Cat and Dark Side of the Moon. I bought it when I went to see him in Quebec; it was nine p.m. and I was desperate for a new CD fix. Now, here in Sudbury I usually don't get my grimy little paws on McCartney CD's other than the ones I have- and so I didn't hesitate to pick up this CD. I think that I listened to it once, when I first bought it. So, I popped it into my computer and listened to it.
"Lonely Road" is a track I've heard before- I have it on his Back In The U.S. and Back In The World CD's. When he played it live, however, he made it sound somewhat... happy, I guess. I listened to the original recording and it sounds a heck of a lot different.
Keep in mind that this was his first album released after he lost his wife, Linda, in 1998 due to Breast Cancer. This album is almost a story- starting it with "Lonely Road" is a depressing beginning, but songs toward the end such as "Your Loving Flame"…
Nov 17 2008, 19h10 por margybeemargybee's top albums
1. Queen - Sheer Heart Attack (225) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/B000025KL3.02.LZZZZZZZ.jpg&w=100 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif2. Queen - A Night at the Opera (212) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/12623529.jpg&w=100 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif3. The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (162) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/12623147.jpg&w=100 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif4. Queen - A Day At The Races (156) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/12622567.jpg&w=100 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif5. The Beatles - Abbey Road (148) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/16410359.jpg&w=100 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif6. …
Jun 29 2008, 22h16 por margybeeMy current top 25 album picks.
A disclaimer to those who look for certain albums on these lists: This is based only on albums I own, so of course I'm missing some great ones here. I had to cut out a heck of a lot of wonderful albums that I do own, too. It should also be known that the order I've placed them in (and even, to an extent, the albums I've chosen) could change simply based on my mood or the time of day. That said, here we go!
25. Country Willie by Willie Nelson. I don't know why I include this, but everything here just works. He's not known for this album, really, but I think the songwriting is fantastic and his voice sounds better than usual.
24. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. Well, this is just pure California pop, isn't it? So many great songs here. Yes, it's hugely popular and has sold millions, and it's probably a little overrated. But hey, I love it.
23. Let It Bleed, by The Rolling Stones. My favorite Rolling Stones album, I think, although Exile is pretty awesome, too. …
Jun 19 2008, 18h26 por IndefiniteCure
Abr 11 2008, 23h16 por JJJ567I have come to the realization that I do not use Last.fm to its full potential. I have decided I am going begin writing journals as a recollection of my thoughts, opinions, and to interact with other users. My current life goal is to write for a major music magazine, so hopefully this will help me sharpen my skills as a writer as well. I plan to do a weekly roundup of recent music I have acquired (if any). I’d love to shine a light on my personality. I feel music defines my character.
I want to begin with something fantastic a friend gave to me last week. He gave me a working record player! I have always wanted to start collecting vinyl, and now that I can put that idea into reality. I had some extra cash and headed to the Goodwill and purchased some classic albums. I picked up Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John, Rumours by Fleetwood Mac, All Things Must Pass by George Harrison, and a best of Nat King Cole.
The Harrison record is what caught my eye first. …
Mar 29 2008, 14h39 por IndefiniteCure
Mar 3 2008, 18h37 por HelenWheelsI mean, not if you listen to Abbey Road you feel happy, or if you listen to Double Fantasy it makes you feel upset.
Do you ever listen to an album, and it reminds me of a certain part in your life, and you feel the way you did during that period? It's a somewhat complex idea to comprehend, but it works. For example:
I obtained a copy of Memory Almost Full in the summer, shortly after its release. I never listened to it, and it collected dust whilst I pursued an interest in TV on the Radio. Then, from October to January, I was going through particularly low parts in my life, and I decided to pop it in my CD player and listen.
It's a beautiful album, really. Each song is so lovely and they seem to melt together to make a mass of songs which, personally, I am not surprised at. Paul has been making great music since the fifties, and I would have to say that this is definitely his best album since Venus And Mars. While browsing the McCartney forums a week or so ago, I came across a good description of both albums…
Dez 4 2007, 7h57 por foxyluva20. Detroit Cobras - Baby
19. Andrew Bird - Andrew Bird & the Mysterious Production of Eggs
18. Paul McCartney - Chaos And Creation In The Backyard
17. Lisa Marie Presley - Now What
16. Ghost Club - Suicide Train
15. Ryan Adams & The Cardinals - Cold Roses
14. Solomon Burke - Make Do With What You Got
13. The Cardigans - Super Extra Gravity
12. Big Star - In Space
11. Neil Young - Prairie Wind
10. Tracey Chapman - Where you Live
9. Kate Bush - Aerial
8. Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine
7. Neil Diamond - 12 Songs
6. Bettye Lavette - I've Got My Own Hell To Raise
5. Robert Plant And The Strange Sensation - Mighty Rearranger
4. The Rolling Stones - A Bigger Bang
3. Teenage Fanclub - Man-Made
2. Marianne Faithfull - Before the Poison
1. Aimee Mann - Forgotten Arm