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A Bit of Everything

JUSTIN "jerico74"
 
Exile On Main Street
Exile On Main Street
"The Stones at their dirty, countryish, boogiest best.  Dr. John on organs and stories of Gram Parsons influencing the sound as he hung with Keith Richards in France during recording."
Blood on the Tracks
Blood on the Tracks
"The best breakup album out there, but still contains some of BD's classic wit (Idiot Wind), razor-sharp ballads (If You See Her, Say Hello), and life affirmers (Shelter from the Storm)."
Kind Of Blue
Kind Of Blue
"A great disc to use to step in to jazz.  Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly, Bill Evans. Giants all, and the stuff of improvisational legend."
Sweetheart Of The Rodeo
Sweetheart Of The Rodeo
"Bringing country music into a folk/rock world."
Chicken Skin Music
Chicken Skin Music
"Perhaps the most underrated guitarist in history? This is the man who gave the Stones' 'Let It Bleed' it's sound.  This album of amazingly interpreted covers is a gem."
Aja
Aja
"So far beyond the ridiculous 'jazz rock' categorization, Steely Dan were incredible musicians, mammothly intelligent and cynical, and took their name from a dildo in William Burrough's 'Naked Lunch'."
Honky Tonk Heroes
Honky Tonk Heroes
"Considered the first 'outlaw country' album, and it's a gem of beautiful ballads and foot stompin' country. Most lyrics written by Billy Joe Shaver."
Goin' Back To New Orleans
Goin' Back To New Orleans
"An awesome mix of boogie, swing, and New Orleans jazz and blues from one of the masters."
American Beauty
American Beauty
"Not a bad introduction to the Dead at any stretch. One of the finest mostly-acoustic albums I own, and Robert Hunter's lyrics - as always - amaze and inspire."
Veedon Fleece
Veedon Fleece
"Many prefer Astral Weeks, but Veedon Fleece is an oft-overlooked disc with a bit of a Baroque feel but also with some touches of groove that Astral Weeks lacks."
The Golden Age Of Radio
The Golden Age Of Radio
"A new discovery for me - wonderful, searching lyrics with a cracked and soulful voice perfect for delivering them, and some very nice acoustic guitar work. Keep it up, Josh."
Mock Tudor
Mock Tudor
"Yet another underrated artist - the ex Fairport Convention guitarist has a long string of fantastic albums bridging folk & rock. This one's an upbeat keeper."