What is your favorite "solo" album of all time?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Rose River Bear, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. Sex Lies And Master Tapes

    Sex Lies And Master Tapes Forum Resident

    Location:
    Nantes, France
    Recorded, yeah, but not mixed nor released...
    When he approached JZ after the famous gig, it was in 74...
    In 76, his "audition" led basically JP put his bass parts on Cannon Ball and replacing Alphonso Johnson ones.
    He also came in the late sessions with a rough Barbary Coast and JZ and WS decided to let a track out (Wayne's Cigano) in order to include Jaco's number.
     
  2. GlassPepper

    GlassPepper I can't get no

    Location:
    UK
    "Crosseyed Heart" by Keith Richards- released 2015, it has a bit of everything on it- jazzy blues, rock, soul, reggae. Keith really is the soul of the Stones.
     
  3. finslaw

    finslaw muzak to my ears

    Location:
    Indiana
    Hate to bump, but I found the answer. Roy Wood's Boulders is the epitome of the word solo, released in 1973 but actually recorded in 1969 when The Move were still a thing.
     

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