Post by The Horned Grandmother on Oct 12, 2012 1:55:56 GMT -5
Yah, we just sat here and discussed this for about five minutes -- if Let it Be was working for you, then work your way back from there. Do Abbey Road next. Revolver is my personal favorite (most days), but jumping that far back after Let it Be could be a little jarring.
For the record, I think that Let it Be is incredible. It's very unlike any of their other records (although there are some similarities to Abbey Road, considering they were recorded at basically the same time).
I was about to digress into a long, pointless diatribe about the recording timeline and how, although Let it Be was released after Abbey Road, Abbey was really their official last blah blah blah it's not important, do Abbey Road next and then come play Beatles Rock Band with us. I'll pitch in for gas.
Matt and Kim - Lightning Sunset Rubdown - Random Spirit Lover Sunset Rubdown - Shut Up I Am Dreaming Sunset Rubdown - Dragonslayer Two Door Cinema Club - Beacon Two Door Cinema Club - Tourist History Surfer Blood - Astrocoast Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul
Thanks doods. Ima do some listening later. Unfortunately a Portland trip just won't be able to happen this weekend though. Gonna have to take a rain check on some Beatles Rock Band. Way too many bills had to be paid with this week's paycheck and I'll be scraping by until next Wednesday as it is. Sorry
Pinback - Information Retrieved Young Man - Volume I Two Door Cinema Club - Beacon Chairlift - Something The Heavy - The Glorious Dead The XX - Coexist (I'm still not convinced I actually like this album) Tame Impala - Lonerism (I'm still not convinced I actually like this band)
and also... the new Rolling Stones song isn't nearly as terrible as I had feared. Kinda impressed those guys can still do their thing.
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Post by Burritotwerk on Oct 15, 2012 6:00:27 GMT -5
Panda Bear - Tomboy Death Grips - NO LOVE DEEP WEB Melt-Banana - Bambi's Dilemma Melt-Banana - Lite Live Ver 0.0 AIDS Wolf - Ma Vie Banale Avant Garde Emeralds - Does It Look Like I'm Here? Holy Smokes - Masculine corn chips Death Grips - Exmilitary Manitoba - Start Breaking My Heart Eric Copeland - Limbo Excepter - Presidence Built To Spill - Live Built To Spill - Ultimate Alternative Wavers Emeralds - Solar Bridge Tim Hecker - Ravedeath, 1972 Mark McGuire - Get Lost Feist - Metals Daphni - JIAOLONG
Post by The Horned Grandmother on Oct 15, 2012 13:47:56 GMT -5
Pulp - We Love Life The Beatles - Revolver Barnes & Barnes - Kodovoner Emeralds - Does it Look Like I'm Here Aaron Freeman - Marvelous Clouds Daphni - Jiaolong Harry Nilsson - The Point! Joe Jackson - Beat Crazy Alexis Gideon - Video Musics Alexis Gideon - Video Musics III: Floating Oceans Captain Beefheart - Trout Mask Replica Barnes & Barnes - Soak it Up Mice Parade - Bem Vinda Vontade Bruce Haack - The Electronic Record for Children Phish - The Story of the Ghost King Crimson - Discipline Built to Spill - There is No Enemy Les Claypool - Purple Onion The Residents - Tabasco (Tweedles Instrumental) Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice - The Flood Various - Ghoul's Night Out, vol. 1 Nanobot Auxiliary Ballet - The Nanobot Auxiliary Ballet and the Museum of Modern Insect Art With the Office of Woodland Security Present: Tylenolandadida the Deadly Ballerina, Featuring the Chillbot Slider, the Pushbutton Master, the White Hot Funkbot, and Maybe Dr. Idiotbot If It Can Make It Zappa/Mothers - We're Only In It for the Money Oingo Boingo - Only a Lad Various - Dimension Mix: A Tribute to Bruce Haack Pickle Jam - The Cosmos Future Bible Heroes - Eternal Youth Alexis Gidoen - Flight of the Liophant The Philistines Jr. - Analog vs Digital -or- We Don't Get the Respect We Deserve in Today's Scientific Community