Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Rose River Bear, Dec 3, 2019.
Every Picture Tells. A Story
Jerry Garcia’s first solo album is a classic
Bob Weir Ace
Shine on you crazy diamond
Every Picture Tells A Story
Neil Young gave me pause, but his time w/CSN seemed more like a hobby than a band commitment.
I like both bands but I probably listen to Lunatic Soul more.
They just hit the spot, somehow.
Michael Nesmith - And The Hits just Keep On Comin' ....possibly
That was recorded in October 1975 but only released in August 1976.
It's not clear when Pastorius approached Zawinul after a WR gig with his "I'm the greatest bass player in the world" but the biog of Wayne Shorter makes it clear that the tracks he recorded for Black Market in Dec 75/Jan 76 acted as an audition and he only made his stage debut with WR on April 1st 1976.
So, I think this goes down as a "recorded before being a member."
Pete Townshend - Empty Glass
John Entwistle - Smash Your Head Against the Wall
Go buy it!
They were more like "artists" who performed together rather than a "band".
Hackett's venture on Classical gave me 2 Top Favourite albums: Metamorpheus and A Midsummer Night's Dream, but I can figure why I'm always in the minority on the love of these two gems. Anyway, I'm afraid very few (if none) of the rock musicians managed to compose orchestral scores in the true Classical Music form with such a brilliance!
Donald Fagen - The Nightfly
Yep. This one.
1, 2, 3, 4
Heck! I dunno. Astral Weeks, or Transformer perhaps.
Graceland, Paul Simon
very close second
Silk Degrees, Boz Scaggs
RAM was recorded before Wings
Sunrise doesn't last all morning
A cloudburst doesn't last all day
Seems my love is up
And has left you with no warning
But it's not always going to be this grey
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