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Old 03-17-2013, 02:16 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Elliott Smith - From A Basement On A Hill
Year: 2004
Genre: Indie Rock
Similar to: Bright Eyes, Sparklehorse, Nick Drake

Released nearly exactly a year after his premature death, Elliott Smith's "From A Basement On A Hill" is without a doubt his greatest album. Smith's vocals may not be to the same standard as his previous albums mainly due to his drug addiction but this is hardly an issue as Smith's great usage of multi-tracking disguises this problem. Hell, sometimes his broken down voice gives some tracks an eerie feel. The album is much more darker than any of his any other releases and his lyrics are just on another level; "King's Crossing" contains some of my favorite lyrics of any song and is quite frankly on par with any Dylan song. Something else that makes this album darker than any other Elliott Smith record is how 'noisy' the whole thing is. I simply love the wailing distorted guitars on "Shooting Star". Simply put, one of my favorite records.




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^ Fantastic album. Elliott Smith is one of my all-time favourites. Great recommendation.
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:07 PM   #53 (permalink)
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I been meaning to check him out.Got alot of friends who like his work. Thanks for posting. Now I got to get his albums. And may he R.I.P.. Looks like he was taken way to soon. Had some great music left in him

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Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-
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Genre: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Blues
Similar to: John Frusciante, Ours, Damien Rice

Just armed with his Fender Telecaster and whole lot of reverb in front of a small crowd in a tiny little coffeehouse in New York, Jeff Buckley puts his studio album to shame. "Live At Sin-" features Buckley mostly performing cover songs (only 5 songs on this 20 track album are Buckley originals). The artists he covers varies greatly in style; one minute he'll be covering a Bob Dylan song, the next he'll be belting out a Led Zeppelin tune and the next minute, he's making his guitar sound like a wailing sitar as he covers Qawwali musician Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's "Yeh Jo Halka Halka Saroor Hai". Other tracks to listen out for are "Be Your Husband", an acapella take of a Nina Simone song which just shows how amazing Buckley's voice was. The highlight of the album either has to be Buckley putting out one the best versions of "Hallelujah" or Buckley's 10 minute take on Van Morrison's "The Way Young Lovers Do". A total gem of a live album by a criminally underrated musician.




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I own this one. Seen Jeff live on this tour. Was freaking awesome. Great Guitar PLayer

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Old 03-17-2013, 07:09 PM   #56 (permalink)
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That's awesome. I'd kill to of seen Jeff play live.
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That's awesome. I'd kill to of seen Jeff play live.
Jeff was amazing. It's too too bad he left the world way to soon
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Here's a couple more

First up is

Julien K - We're Here With You - 2012 - Electronic Rock - Alternative Rock






If you like Nine Inch Nails & Orgy. You might enjoy this release

Here's the second album

Rock City Angels - Young Man's Blues - 1988 - Hard Rock - Blues Rock







There was a couple tracks I couldn't find.

This band featured Johnny Depp up until mid way through recording this album. He left the band to do 21 Jump Street.
Bobby Durango there singer passed away last June. This is a great hidden gem of an album from the late 80's.
May this be a tribute to the Late Bobby Durango. R.I.P.

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Old 03-18-2013, 09:35 PM   #59 (permalink)
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Here's some more

First up is

Cactus - Cactus - 1970 - Hard Rock - Blues Rock



Great classic album from a kinda obscure band




Next one up is

Black Veil Brides - Wretched & Divine - The Story Of The Wild Ones - 2013 - Hard Rock - Heavy Metal



This is the third release by the band. Nice album & one hell of a Rock Opera




Next up another great album by one of my favourites

The Band - Cahoots - 1971 - Rock





Here's another one

Voodoo Swing - Fast Cars,Guitars,Tattoos & Scars - 2012 - Blues Rock



Here's a link to listen to 4 songs from album

http://www.electriclotuslabel.com/co...n-pre-release/

Enjoy or not. It's up to you

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Old 03-21-2013, 04:42 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Here's some more. Hopefully you'll find something new to listen to

First up is

Eagles Of Death Metal - Peace Love Death Metal - 2004 - Garage Rock - Alternative Rock



Nice side project by Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age



Here's what's next

My Dynamite - My Dynamite - 2012 - Hard Rock - Blues Rock







Great Rocking Blues band

Neil Young - Harvest - 1972 - Folk Rock





Great Classic album by the great Neil Young

Lillian Axe – XI: the Days Before Tomorrow 2012 - Hard Rock





Enjoy

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