Bob Dylan Planet Waves

Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round FIVE)

2020.10.28 06:42 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round FIVE)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN
In the fourth round, "Motorpsycho Nitemare" was eliminated with 52% of the vote. Where to start? First of all, Motorpsycho isn't even a word and Nightmare is spelled incorrectly. How unprofessional, Bob!
#11. Black Crow Blues
#10. Ballad in Plain D
#9. I Shall Be Free No. 10
#8. Motorpsycho Nitemare
ROUND FIVE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/p39aq5zaz
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PLANET WAVES
In the fourth round, "Tough Mama", one of my favorites from Planet Waves, was eliminated with 26% of the vote. Seven songs remain.
#11. Forever Young (fast)
#10. You Angel You
#9. Hazel
#8. Tough Mama
ROUND FIVE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/3vfv3ouch
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2020.10.23 20:51 ballakafla Let's talk about 'The Band'/'The Hawks'

These guys are so closely linked with Dylan I figured it'd be no harm to start a thread about them here.
What are your thoughts on them as Dylan's backing band - firstly in 66 (with Micky Jones filling in for Levon Helm on drums), then later on Planet Waves and the joint billed 1974 tour they did with Bob?
What's your favourite work of theirs after they ventured out on their own as The Band?
For me they take the honour of recording the only cover version that I consider to be better than Bob's original - I Shall Be Released.
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2020.10.21 20:56 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round FOUR)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN
In the third round, "I Shall Be Free No. 10" was eliminated with 38% of the vote. Eight songs remain!
#11. Black Crow Blues
#10. Ballad in Plain D
#9. I Shall Be Free No. 10
ROUND FOUR: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/cjuwq2e99
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PLANET WAVES
In round three, "Hazel" was eliminated with 24% of the vote. Eight songs remain!
#11. Forever Young (fast)
#10. You Angel You
#9. Hazel
ROUND FOUR: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/w26je6y1p
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2020.10.18 17:32 radio_cabezas [For Sale] [For Trade] - Smashing Pumpkins, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Benny the Butcher

Shipping is out of FL via media mail, prices include shipping costs.

Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - $155 M/M sealed SOLD
Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Skulls & Roses) - $105 NM/NM Sealed (Mofi 2012 pressing)
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours - $105 NM/VG (Seam split on top of jacket and corner ding) 2011 45RPM RSD Pressing
Benny the Butcher - My First Brick - $55 NM/NM SOLD
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde - $175 NM/NM Mofi pressing
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves - $45 NM/NM Mofi Pressing

I'm open to trades as well, mainly looking for:

Stones Throw - TTL Selects Boxset
Madlib - Flight to Brazil VMP
Khruangbin - Con todo el Mundo VMP
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2020.10.18 05:21 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round THREE)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN
In the second round, it appeared that "Ballad in Plain D" should have been renamed "Ballad in Plain Eliminated". Please leave all praise for that joke in the comments section, thank you. Nine songs remain!
#11. Black Crow Blues
#10. Ballad in Plain D
ROUND THREE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/4oehuw7z4
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PLANET WAVES
In round two, "You Angel You" was eliminated with 20% of the vote. Nine songs remain!
#11. Forever Young (fast)
#10. You Angel You
ROUND THREE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/cz3rv9vzw
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2020.10.13 22:04 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round TWO)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN
In the first round, "Black Crow Blues" was eliminated with 40% of the vote. Ten songs remain!
#11. Black Crow Blues
ROUND TWO: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/b46yw1fph
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PLANET WAVES
In round one, "Forever Young (fast)" was eliminated with 27% of the vote. Ten songs remain!
11. Forever Young (fast)
ROUND TWO: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/5y7p8pek9
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2020.10.12 10:07 lukeburrage 300 episodes of Futureling Species Speculation by Ken and John

To mark the 300th episode of Omnibus, here's every speculation by Ken and John on the podcast about what the Futurelings will look like, smell like, be like, etc. This is from a notes file on my phone, so maybe I've missed some. Episodes that aren't listed contain no speculations.
What's your favourite Speculated Futureling Species?
(shared a previous version of this, but the post is now archived so can't update it or comment)

Intro episode
Cockroaches, presumably.

European Starling
Starlings are the only bird left in North America, replacing the Eagle as the symbol of the country.
Live in a community of pacifism and pure energy... who have better taste than current people and revere the Long Winters, and use his track as a National Anthem.
Maybe half goat half person that like peeing on themselves.

Defenestration
Futurelings live in a world called Battlefield Earth.
Insectile claw into record grooves to listen to Omnibus.

Marathon of 1904
Giant. Megafauna.
Blocks of cheese, or maybe Ents?

The Pig War
All living in utopian Cascadia.
No Facebook... and no faces either.

Smell-o-vision
Giant moles, smelling the podcast, not hearing it.

The Rachel
May be wearing a haircut called the Ken Jennings.

Tesseract
Live on potato starch... worship the potato.

Water Wars
3.5 feet tall horned toads that lick moisture off rocks.
Listening thousands of feet underground at the water table.

Gadsby
Live in hives.
Eat massive 12,000 pound ducks that last the entire futureling’s life.
Click mandibles to write letters.

Secret Order of the Double Sunrise
Listening from Singapore which has a billion people, part of a global hive.
Have gossamer dragonfly wings due to evolvolution.
Houston and New York are part of the same megalopolis.
They all have an AI John Roderick in their treehouses.

Darien Gap
Sentient fish who live underwater and look at submerged trees.

Heil Honey I’m Home!
No such thing as race in futurelings.
All rooms only have three walls due to the main architectural influence being family sitcoms.

Monrovia
Old futurelings watch Jeopardy hosted by Alex Trebec’s head in a jar of nutrients.
Might all be part of the Canadian Hegemony.
Mandibles clicking in excitement.
Live in 55,000 small nation states.

Kohoutek
Giant Cockroaches again
Twitter became SkyNet and Omnibus is recorded for it.

Sentinelese
All left handed, or left mandibled, pincered, winged.

Paris Syndrome
Live in prairie dog burrows.
All are descendants of France or Québécois and eat Camembert.
Clack mandibles and speak the Lingua Franca: English.

Thomas Midgley
ConAgra is now the world government, and each corn kernel is a full meal.
Population of:
300,000
Or
300 billion living in a superstructure that extends out past the orbit of the moon.
A lot live in 10,000 year old house with lead paint.

Mummy Brown
Cockroaches that snort cocaine and find arrows through the head funny.

Mutually Assured Destruction
Chuckle into their sleeves.

Death disks
the president is a sentient coral reef
Sentient spam in the form of a giant clam

Hat etiquette:
Omnibites vs Nonmibites

Bellamy salute:
All wrapped in flags

Oneida:
All using Oneida silverware.

Megafauna:
All a single organism like an Aspen forest?

Zuider Zee
All Dutch

Rubber Barons
Play future golf with human sacrifice
They are crows (only corn is made in the future)

Mary Anning
Cloud of flying mollusks

Tuvan throat singing.
Star fish with no sensory equipment

Hachiko
Egyptian Hieroglyph Dogs who can write
Descended from British Royal Skye Terrier
With snake and/or tarantulas as pets.

Call signs
All live inside Radioshacks
Angels of Mons
Have tentacles

Hypercolor
Cold blooded and climb rocks to bask under the many suns

Bit Tawil
Live under an unfriendly draconian Pope who has sex with his cousin and inspires future Martin Luthers.

Checkerboarding
Have super-crania and can access any record at will from a web of information.
Different parts of the hive mind listen to different Omnibus episodes at one time.
Old timey prospectors, with no teeth, making sourdough bread... but in the asteroid belt.

Washington Generals
Type with claws translating via babelfish. Or maybe they are babelfish.

Backyard Blast Furnaces
Vermont farmers on collective farms.
Again, aspens spread world wide, all communicating through the connected root network.

William Rufus King
Everyone lives in Pearce Country
Sentient descendants of the hepatitis plague.

Tylenol Murders
Ectoplasm lives next door, might need to be murdered.
Listeners turn off when they hear about Facebook, as it is as bad as slavery.

Moon illusion
Live on planets Musk and Bezos
6 feet long probiscus noses double prehensile noses
Run on their noses with a Fitbit in the crepuscular crevice

Spanish Fly
Hundred noses cushballs only reproducing due to bremelanotide.
New date era is AF - after Facebook

Gordon Lish
Octopuses all with names that rhyme with “ayden”.

Port Chicago Disaster
nope

Duchenne Smiles
Faceless, no expressions.

Preppy Handbook
Sentient muscles that breath air and live above the sea. Their hive mind is deciding on one blazer for all or individual pieces for each muscle.
Maybe crocodiles or polo horses with human looking-heads attached
Maybe sentient Ivy League college campuses.

St. Martin Fistula
Eat bugs. And humans. Through their tentacles.

Bugatti Chiron
Travel with flying toilet lids

The Conqueror
Sentient algae carpets
Aging creatures with metal detectors.
Sentient four leaf clovers walking around.

Boysenberry
Not four legs, lobster people, live in a wreckage of the world where it is always hot. Or in a constant brush fire. Or a glacier.
Four dimensional listeners who see time as a solid object, and are looking at Ken and John “now”.

Billy the Pygmy Hippo
Reanimated taxidermy animals?

The Koryo Saram
Sentient hat racks.
Sentient labradors who are colorblind
Sentient rods and cones, and the rods are very racists against cones.
Sentient colours?

War Rugs
Octopus with a Hitler watercolor painting.
Prayer rugs made of algae and anemones

Christian Science Reading Rooms
Grey multi-tentacled old ladies volunteering.

Washbär
Raccoons, of course, with opposable thumbs, listening by feeling toffee with grooves.

Voyager Golden Records
100% nipples

Greek Fire
All Bulgars and Hessians

Barefoot Burglar
Have hearing oriffices, and should never insert anything smaller than their tentacle.

D-Day Crosswords
Tell time by tides. All amphibious.

Michael Rockefeller
Sorted the problem of mad cow disease when eating the brains of their enemies.
Sentient kangaroos?

Ea-Nassir
Sentient robots who pay for lubricant with 3D printed meat as their currency.
Communicate historical tweets via empathetic goop.

59 Les Paul Standard
Stylus in each tentacle to listen to the gold records holding the Omnibus episodes.

Inversion Goggles
Giant ants. Or Jains who don’t want to kill ants.

The Berkeley Pit
Copper beings evolved from the bacteria in the pit.
Decemberists wrote the national anthem.

Saint Helena Submarine Plot
Nautilus shellfish.

Anarchist Cookbook
Consume content through various receptor
Listening in the aftermath of the violent revolution inspired by the Anarchist Cookbook Movie adaptation.

Fourth Crusade
Omniscient clouds that already know all of the Omnibus.
Or
Citizens of a decadent cultured empire besieged by a spartan barbarian enemy.

Anita Bryant
Borg Blobs

Hilbert Hotel
Solve the Hilbert Problems before breakfast. And the Riemann Hypothesis too.
No “guys”. No genders. The only guys are holding boats to piers. They are nautical. Every day is Talk Like A Pirate Day.
Gleep Glop Language based on infinity.

Jefferson, State of
All futurelings live in California.

Disco Demolition
Baseball evolved into sentient. Round horse balls.
Everyone is a Jehovah’s Witness.

Albanian
Sentient Bulgarian algae mats

Mail Trucks
Future sentient mail trucks?

Dancing Mania
Nope

Blue Men of the Sahara
Cloud tentacles in sulphuric seas listening to podcasts across the oceans.

Tsar Bomba
Nope

Pokémon Go
Actually self-aware Pokémon in a virtual world in the cloud.
Giant sircades?
Islamic fearmongers?
Intelligent chem trails?
Mosquitoes complaining about Omnibus on Facebook.

Hollow Earth
Citizens of the hollow Earth.
All AI versions of Ken and John.
All named either Donnie or Marie.

Second sleep
Robots that don’t need to sleep.
Do not defecate, only recycle the water inside themselves.

Brown Sound
Three genders like midshipmen fish, communicating via sonic waves through mud.

The Ballads of Ossian
Nope

The Letter J
Live in a future paradise with only 10 letters in the alphabet.

Bridley Murphy
Sentient desk calendars that have a sense of humor.
All fractional owners of single memories of Ken and John.

Albert Pierrepoint
All living in cells guarded by Robocops.
The word “Facebook” is a profanity.
Or living in cloud cabins.

The Doomsday Flight
Multiple hearts and die of hearts attacks.

Wild Man Fischer
Sentient aspen grove again.

Jennens v. Jennens
Pronounce Jennings with insectile clicks and computer beeps.
Living in a simulation of a post apocalyptic world.

The Cagot
Slightly brighter eyes for the futurelings who listen to Omnibus. They will be the outcast heretics.
Look just like us but slightly more like the greys. With wheatish skin.

Deep Fried Turkey
Giant intelligent Crawfish.
Intelligent mud bugs.
The turducken/roast without equal is actually the futureling.

Pumpkin Pie
Pigs who are Shakespearean actors.
All food made of pumpkin.

The Qibla
In the inside of a Dyson Sphere around the earth.

Scrappy Doo
An ambiguous mixture of A. Humans who are so heavily into furry culture they have transformed themselves into almost-animals, B. animals who have evolved more and more human attributes so are almost-human and C. real-life creations of a computer AI that achieved sentience at the moment that humans reach peak-furry, so their corporeal avatars look like humanoid animals.

Ghost Forests
Sentinel mineralized trees on the coast with pysonic communication with land trees.
Actually ghosts of beagles listening to a continuous loop of Omnibus in a cave.
The ghost of John Lennon.

Marmorated Stink Bugs
Bugs listening via vibrations through their probisci.
Punisher issue 28 is their Gutenberg bible and the founding document in their own library of Congress.

Robert Smalls
Sentient aspens who keep ferns as slaves to harvest nutrients.

Patrick Nagel
Mud bugs
Rio is one document that survives.

Telling the Bees
Live in a hive, communicate via social media via dancing.

The Christmas Truce
Lobsters that don’t celebrate Christmas. Worship tentacled Cthulhu gods.

Thomas Nast
Fur suits.
Sentient wet cardboard boxes.

The Turboencabulator
Nope

Snowflakes
Listening on Mars

Track 61
Can send corporeal objects through time portals.

Vica Versa
Soul swapping entities that inhabit any body they want. 6 futurelings per cool body with the uncool bodies sit empty.

Trucker Culture
Nope

Twins of Benin
Trilateral symmetry

Samantha Smith
Nope

Flagpole Sitters
Antennae for hearing.
Use meters not feet.
Listening from on top of a pillar and worship Ken and John as gods.

Bodies of Mount Everest
Do they celebrate the new year a week after the winter solstice?
Don’t use feet for measures.
Say Kill-o instead of kilo.

Jaqualine Cochran
Sentient deep sea eel, maybe with tails tied together.

The Foreign Legion
Social media is cordoned off from most of the Futurelings.

Freighthopping
Just blonde mustaches the colour of mocha with cream.
All decedents of both John and Ken and their children.

Honest Dick
Hive of aspens with a Queen Aspen.

Mike the Headless Chicken
Hunter gatherers with tentacles.
Only eat cats.
Have Chip to put social media right into their brains.

The Cheesesteak War
Eat cheesesteaks.

Tippi Hendren’s Fingernails
Nope

Anything into Oil
Jellyfish tentacles or aspen roots.

Egg Cracking Machines
Invertebrates have taken over the universe. All have exoskeletons. The only internet left is the Omnibus.
All birds and like it when John talks about chickens.
One massive chicken... that listens to Omnibus.
100% of entertainment programming by JoCo.

Indigo
Mollusks.

Breezewood, Pennsylvania
Nope

Cocaine Hippos
Offspring of the first genetically manipulated Chinese babies.
Or icebergs?

Wide skis
Slide down mountains on slime from glands near their anus.

Mussolini ‘s nose
Sentient Gas wearing a T-shirt.

Breastaurants
Owls with uneven eyes that only eat chicken wings.

French Revolutionary Calendar
Marsupials and Tasmanian Devils covered in mucus.
No bilateral symmetry, but need eight holes in their T-shirts.

Charge of the Light Brigade
Sentient dung.

Hotel detectives
Drives octopodal vehicles.

Private Wojtec the Bear
Thoughtful algae

Plymouth Rock
Plymouth Rock Chickens that can move things with their minds.

Trapper Keeper
Coral polyps as friends.

Reindeer Wizards
More aspens

The Kamehameha Colonists
Intelligent turtles.
Avian futurelings descended from island birds.
Intelligent guano or corral.

Cold Fusion
Antennae and abdomen

Furries
Capybara wearing a Ken Jennings suit.

Quonset Huts
All living within social media, they are their avatars.
Robot owls. Like Blade Runner. Or clash of the titans.

Peak Phosphorus
80% phosphorus in their pseudopods.
Sentient acacia trees who talk using pheromones saying “the ants will not shut up!”

Four Color Map Theorem
Higher dimensional beings. Four dimensional crystals. Or many dimensional fungus.

Canning
Pacific salmons.
Or maybe sentient botulism.
Or maybe super intelligent yet annoyed sea lions.

Bob Dylan’s Christian Period
Have sentient fronds.

Lottery Winners
Baltimore is the main city.
The lottery is outlawed.
Aspens.

MSG
Sentient gluten wheat.

Jugglos
Everyone lives in Plimptonia or Jugglonia.

A slow as possible
Future octopuses
Play music with their wings. Sentient wheat chaff with tendrils.

Sliced Bread
Mouths, mandibles, Gastropoda, pheromones.

Icelandic Incest
All descendants of the third cousins of John and Ken’s offspring.

Ticker Tape Parade
All worship the giant styrofoam Ken Jennings head.
Bipedal octopuses clacking their beaks.

Angels Dance on the Head of Pin
Shades of blue? They will know how many of them can fit on the head of a pin.

Jonny Appleseed
Sentient Apple trees.

Government Cheese
Libertarian Coral Reefs
Self-aware green bean casserole.

Faces of Death
Made out of skateboards. Sentient longboards are the ruling class.

No fault marriages
Jenningites and Roderickites with opposing views on marriage.
Hyper political algae mats wearing whip inflation now buttons.
Intelligent whirling trash gyre in the ocean.

Porfirio Rubirosa
Ethereal beings with 11 inch cocks. With whispy children and gas for ears.

Fern fever
Propagate via spores.

Mother Jones
Super intelligent yellow fever virus.
The Rite of Spring Riots
Cuttlefish people.
Crustaceans with ears.
Single sentient being pure of Zuckerburgian infiltration.

Duchess of Bedford
Filter feeders, eat one turtle per yea, live under constantly dark skies.
Sea creatures filtering krill through baleen continuously.
Ants with a singular intelligence.

Square Dancing
Sentient octopus that are basically parachutes.

Ada Lovelace
The beings left behind after The Rapture.

Interferon
Cowctopus (octopus mixed with cow)
Pigtopuses are our current listeners?

Christmas Pickle
Billions of years in the future and the planet Earth has fallen into the sun, the calendar is based on stars.

Induced Demand
Iguana Jellyfish hybrids.

Byzantine Rhinokopia
Dogs with object permanence.

The Tech Model Railway Club
Sentient Squirrels

Backgammon.
Tentacles or imaginary tentacles, used to play the oldest game, Backgammon. Still love backgammon.

George Bush’s Crack Dealer
Robots sad they can’t feel the highest highs.

The Death of Trolleys
Equine ancestors or centaurs.

Coppicing
Sentient aspens

The Tootsie Roll Indian
Sentient Math

Longitudinal Film
Don’t worry about ageing. Made entirely out of genes.
Sentient versions of the show: John robots and ken robots.

Cow Magnets
Self-aware bezoars.

Hikikomori
Only social media animal avatars.

The De Haviland Beaver
Sentient De Haviland Beavers... or sentient actual beavers who are resentful of the plane taking their name.

Bode’s Law
A society of prey species and predator species, only one side of which are listening to Omnibus episodes for mindless entertainment/ ideas for good governance/ etc.

Ferdinandia
Squids with eyebrows.
Future citizens of Ferdinandia curious about the weird Medusa flag.

Chick tracts
Sentient Golden Mist.

Roald Amundsen’s Airship.
Senitient pixels in google earth.
Sentient Italian fusilli.

Pulsars, Discovery of
Emotionally sentient Nobel prize rejected scientists.

Sea Silk
Sentient hoodies.

Deborah Sampson
Probably all female. Makes aren’t needed.

Fletcherism
No mouths, only “eat” UV light shining on their body.

Hanky Codes
Sentient aspens.
Everyone has two mothers.

The Guru Letters
Giant sentient mosquitos.

The Phoebus Cartel
Sentient lightbulb tungsten creatures.

Tibetan Memory Trick
Sentient Limerick Oysters.

Sister Cities
Sentient earth due to connected nodes of sister cities.

Dutch Elm Disease
Two races of sentient trees: deciduous and evergreen.
Replica humans resistant to viruses.

Vesna Vulovic
John’s beard has become sentient.

Lilith
Lilith is the number one god of the futurelings.

Billboards
Snails?

Change of Gauge
See in infrared.
Sentient train cars.
120% Basque.

Generic Food
Sentient Pigglywiggies laying down the with Sentient Food Lions.

Take Ivy
All naked.
​ Mary Kay Pink Cadillacs
Live in Tupperware boxes

Aztec Death Whistles
Sentient Star Wars Action figures.

Seawise Giant
Sentient GSM (Greek shipping magnates)
Or sentient aspens who have never seen a ship.
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2020.10.09 19:27 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor Another Side of Bob Dylan & Planet Waves (Round ONE)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN
ROUND ONE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/1evh4h58g
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PLANET WAVES
ROUND ONE: Vote for your least favorite song here: https://strawpoll.com/ay6yo5s61
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2020.10.07 00:12 bearboblund Getting It: A Love in Phish Story

A story about my first time seeing Phish (Wrigley Field, 6/24/2016).
TLDR; See Phish, crap pants, laugh, cry, faint, fall in love, disappoint parents, repeat.
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In the summer of 2016, my then girlfriend and I saw the band, Phish, for the first time. As for firsts and where this inaugural event ranks, what I don’t remember I cannot assert, but from what I can recall, quite vividly in manic, cross-cut sections of Wrigley Field blossoming into a technicolor wave pool, is a first without rival. A first that compelled her and I to see the band twenty more times in the next three years, each show delivering an unparalleled experience, but nothing quite like the first. I wish someone would’ve told me before the show began that years from now, this show, top to bottom, will still rank as my favorite Phish setlist. Of course, my response then would’ve been something like, “Hootie beggar blowfish?”
My only conclusion is this: thank god and goddammit I didn’t find them earlier.
I might never have if it wasn’t for her.
We met on a Sunday in June at a music festival in Nashville. Standing in the middle of a crowd watching Bob Weir, I felt a tap on my shoulder.
“Do you have any weed?”
I said the first thing that came to mind:
“Back at my place?”
She laughed, like a grown-up would at a stammering toddler. Of the thousands gathered on that knobby, dirt patch, I was probably the only other person who wasn’t holding. Out of desperation and hollow nobility, I vowed to help her find some. She needed no help attaining fest weed, a freely circulating public good as available in that space as reflections on the Dead’s greatest year. But she didn’t seem to mind the idea of company, and so with a nod of her head, I became her company.
At a time in my life where I was only beginning to understand how little I knew about myself, about who I was, and thus a period of marked insecurity and self-deception, she seemed to know exactly who she was and where she was going. Los Angeles-born and bred with no plans to return. College years spent in Wisconsin, which she wore like a merit badge, an honorary Midwesterner. Dad, a former heart surgeon, Mom, a former model. To make matters worse, she didn’t care to talk about herself; she wanted to know my story. I’d made it habit at that point to reveal as little about myself as possible to maintain an air of mystery, but her ability to engage encouraged reciprocation; she was intense, intimate, attentive.
She loved Janis, preferred the blues, disliked indie, wanted her rock to rock her. Her tastes were freewheeling and straight from the heart. “The Rolling Stones are the greatest band of all time,” is not an original or outrageous claim nor is it correct, and I told her so, but she defended her point, anyway, and without a hint of self-righteousness, without regurgitating esoteric liner notes or referencing the band’s forebears. Her mission was pure: she simply wanted to convert each and every non-believer encountered.
She was a gunner, type-A, but without the arrogance. Smart, but not self-serious. Soft, kind, flirtatious but not forward. Focused, but reflexively free-spirited, which seemed her strongest innate quality, one of the original ingredients that, though shuffled in and diluted with the inevitable responsibility age brings, nevertheless persisted and always would. She didn’t meddle. She had a career in politics. I’d vote for her. I told her so.
She was leaving in ten days, heading to Chicago for the next chapter of her life. Three years in the same small city, many nights surely spent in the same corner of the bar, and here we were, meeting at call time. Bob Dylan, the poet laureate of bittersweet moments and inevitable ends, was the night’s final act and provided a beautiful, if not melancholic send-off. The lights came on. We said goodbye, and that could’ve been it.
But it wasn’t. We saw each other two years later.
Six months after that, I quit my job, packed my shit, drove up to Chicago, and moved in. Almost three years after first meeting, our first night together as roommates happened to be our thirty-fifth night together in total. To say we didn’t know what we were doing is both true and mostly true. Through years of text and phone conversations, we knew plenty of intimate details about one another: favorite movies, foods, political affiliations, fragrances, dreams, fears. On the other hand, if distance makes the heart grow fonder, closeness allows the brain, your neglected ally, to remind you that the leading cause of death is the heart.
Luckily, on trying days when our differences felt insurmountable, we had music. It's where we started. We chased concerts, bars, and dance clubs five nights a week in the relentless pursuit of making up for lost time. It was the period of “yes,” to excess and otherwise, no matter the night or idea.
And yet, following a friend’s recommendation to see Phish play Wrigley, I was an unequivocal “no.” Why? Because it was Phish. This position of ignorance is a popular one and exactly the type of prejudice the band has perennially inspired. Of course I’d never seen Phish, but what I knew about them had been gleaned from a former roommate, an obsessive who listened to entire tour runs from his room. When I tried to talk Phish with him, he struggled, admittedly, to find the right words to describe their sound, and importantly, the experience of their shows. “They’re like the Dead, right?” I offered, thinking a reference point provided an inroad to unraveling the topic. The question had the exact opposite effect, and my response was to leave Phish in the manila folder marked ‘IDK’ in the back of my musical index. She was receptive to the idea because, why not? On Thursday night, we checked StubHub and tickets were reasonably priced. Who was I to say no?
Spurred by the warm weather and lack of adventurous ‘trips’ taken together, we each ingested almost a full eighth between drinks in our kitchen, which doubled as our dinner, and left the apartment with heads full of spirits and mouths full of shards. In an effort to soothe any creeping mushroom reflux, we decided to walk a few blocks before ordering an Uber. It was 6:30, thirty minutes to doors, hour to show time, and we had plans to meet our friend in Shakedown prior to entering the stadium.
Only after escaping the heat and settling into the car's backseat did I sense the first, very strong signal that the mushrooms were on the move. Though I wasn’t overly warm, I was sweating intensely from abnormal areas. Not my palms, but the backs of my hands were covered in sweat. A line of sweat beads ran from the temples down either side of my head, pooling under my chin. Both knee pits were sopping. I felt like a can of cream soup that had been pin punctured at random.
Even under cover of aviators, there was no mistaking Lilly's expression, eyebrows hovering over the top of the lenses, for anything other than “we’re fucked.” I grabbed her hand and squeezed, a gesture of reassurance that we were OK, but considering the forced half-smile it was attached to, likely succeeded only in reinforcing her belief. She laughed loudly before abruptly suffocating it like a sneeze she hadn’t felt coming. I kept mouthing, “OK”, to her over and over, nodding my head up and down like a defeated football coach absorbing the reality of a massive halftime deficit. She, however, appeared almost excited. Her rosy red cheeks and shit-eating grin produced this cartoonish expression like she was in on the joke, whether this was all in good fun or the way it all ended. On cue, “Werewolves of London” issued forth from the radio, each “Aaaooooo!” louder and more hair-raising than the last as we rolled toward Wrigley.
The driver pulled over at the southeast corner of Racine and Addison. We whispered, “thank you” as we exited the vehicle, and he yelled, “Good luck!” from the open passenger window as he pulled a “U” and drove off. We laughed like hyenas before taking a couple deep breaths, wiping the tears from our eyes. The open air was like a splash of cool water as the mushroom limbo balance tipped from fear to fun.
Wrigleyville was overrun, its blue hat population replaced by a frenzied community of unknown origin whose presence, by sheer numbers, established a new law and order, free of law and simple in order. People sold, bought and traded items on the street, smoked, drank, and huffed on the sidewalk, shook hands, slapped fives, hugged, danced. The police presence was minimal, most officers posted at the zone’s periphery, serving as guardrails, preventative agents to keep the outside from the inside crowds and vice versa. I watched as a guy trying, but ultimately failing, to catch himself from stumble falling was wrapped up in a bear hug by an officer, who brought him back to his feet and sent him on his way.
We zig-zagged through the lot, arms strung around each other in supportive, clumsy embrace, communicating strictly in awestruck toddler-level finger pointing, and quickly found ourselves at the Clark-Addison entrance gate.
Located down the first base line, just past the visitor’s dugout in the shallow right field stands, our seats offered an almost direct view of the center field stage. They also offered zero protection from the in-no-rush-to-be-setting sun. With no breeze, the air was stifling, our metal seats scalding hot, and the stadium was nearly empty and unnervingly quiet.
“We’re a little early, I guess,” I said.
“What time is it?”
“Five after seven.”
“Why are we here?” she asked, slumped down in her seat.
“I don’t know."
Acknowledged in the Uber, then completely forgotten during our lot walk, what had felt like stomach jitters now urgently required a bathroom trip.
“Oh no…”
“Why, oh no?” Lilly said.
“I gotta go.”
“Oh no,” she whispered through gritted teeth.
Inside the tunnels, everyone moved at incredible speeds and in unpredictable patterns. I walked in circles for a few minutes before finding a men’s restroom, located almost directly in front of the ramp I entered the tunnel from.
As soon as I sat down in the stall, the urge to shit vanished. Thinking it was a trick, I decided to wait for its return. I pulled out my phone and padded the pulsing, wobbling numbers on the screen, watching them bob up and down like lily pads in stream. My trance was interrupted by a gigantic fart in the stall next door, which prompted a chorus of thunderous laughter on the other side of the stall door. The fart. It wasn’t me, but that didn’t matter. The idea of being assigned blame for the fart by a mob of strangers rattled me. Sweating like a beast, I took a deep breath, pushed open the door and sprinted out of the bathroom, the assumed to be fleeing farter.
“Oh my god! What has been happening?” she asked with a crazed grin. I wanted to tell her about the fart, but based on her expression assumed she had somehow already heard.
“So much” is all I could offer.
Expanding in scale, the stadium now resembled something closer to a coliseum, the half-ring of upper deck towering above us, our section sunken to arena-level. The sun hovered next to the left field upper deck, and cast warm, gold-flecked shades of purple, orange and red across the grounds. Streams of people filled every aisle way, fed from every entrance. The upper deck looked overrun with ants, thousands spreading across its sections. The general attendance crowd flooded across the white tile surface laid over the field, some angling toward the pit in front of the stage, others twirling in back near the stand-to-field entrances.
Lilly grabbed my arm.
“Let’s go down there!”
I laughed.
“But we don’t have tickets.”
“But it’s right there!”
We WOW-ed to each other every 30 seconds or so, fixed in our seats like we were in the front row at the movie theater, turning to describe some unbelievable sight just seen or emotion deeply felt, only to blurt out, “WOW…did you…I just…WOW.”
Never had we experienced such a palpable sense of build to a show. Pre-show excitement is of course one of the best parts of any concert-going experience; the chatter of setlist debates, downing of drinks, racing to grab one more before show start, rows of heads nodding to the beat of whatever song plays as the techs complete instrument check. No, this was something above and far out beyond the normal behavior of fans waiting for a band’s walk-on. It looked like a preparation for departure. Most people were sitting, slowly sipping at beers, checking placement of keys, wallets, hugging, holding hands. Normal enough, but not when juxtaposed with everything packed into the “before.” In context, it now felt like we were in the low-pressure wake moments before natural disaster. It was like everyone was preparing to lose themselves completely to the happening that was moments away.
The four members of Phish strolled onto the stage. The crowd went apeshit, a jarring reminder for Lilly and I that we were here for a purpose beyond shape shifting through the ether. A silence settled over the crowd, every set of lungs expanding as Trey adjusted his strap, tapped his pedalboard, Mike bum-bum-bum-bumped a few notes from his bass, Fish ta-ting-ting-ting before RaWrRwrrRArrr, Trey’s first strum, the long-awaited signal that it was finally time to go.
The crowd leapt into full Harry Carey “Cubs Win!” celebration mode, and I’ve never seen or been part of something more joyous in my life. For the entirety of the first song, if not the first set, all Lilly or I could do was observe in awestruck wonder as the spectacle before us redefined our understanding of what constitutes a good or memorable or worthy live music experience, communicating by way of pointing, gesturing, and screaming like the fucking Beatles had taken the stage. The opening song provided a perfect entry to not only the band, but this night in particular because it sounded familiar, like a rock song you’ve heard before, one with a natural, building progression and catchy pop hook that brought you up and back down without completely untucking your shirt.
The second song took care of that. On the heels of the first song came a raunchy, hard-charging guitar lead, converged on by a glissando and rapid-fire drum beat that cranked the stadium’s heart rate into a downhill sprint. There’s no doubt in my mind that the structural integrity of Wrigley was challenged over the next three to four minutes as the suddenly larger than life titans of rock whipped thousands into a lunatic dance frenzy. This was the shit overbearing parents warned their kids about “rock and roll,” but now, surrounded by those same parents, I knew why: they wanted it all for themselves.
The second song offered a first glance of, and participation in, the Phish dance, a style and form all its own. Have you ever danced like no one is watching? At home in your room, door closed with a favorite guilty pleasure track playing on repeat? Now imagine doing that with 40,000 people, each feeding off of the high energy, free form dance of the person in front of them as if it’s some sort of competition, but it’s not, there’s no judgment committee, no yes-no, right-wrong, and so what you have is a huge group of receptive individuals free of the notion of preening, free of self-consciousness, being fed this hyper-contagious strain of cathartic dance created for you, specifically for you, by a rock n’ roll band of world class musicians who have mastered the art of live performance, who embody music’s deeply-rooted connection to humanity, joy, release and are as serious about the music as they aren’t about themselves.
Before our feet reached the ground, an animatronic voice from above objected:
“You have been selected as the first astronaut to explore the planet Mars. The countdown is progressing, and your spaceship is about to blast off on its voyage of discovery.”
To Mars we went on a ship fueled by extraterrestrial funk and the collective energy of 40,000 space junkies. Based on experience, I’d come to believe that all concerts follow the same general arc: the band comes out with a lot of energy and gives you something hard and fast, like a new single, right out of the block. A few songs later, the band slows it down, providing a needed breather, release of tension. The build then begins again, there’s maybe one more dip, and the finale packs all the fuck to your face they can muster. We were only three songs in, but exactly none of those rules were being followed here. If anything, we started low and then went up. Phish only went up. There we were, shell shocked, nearly in tears, hands on top of our shaking heads, expressions of disbelief on our sweaty faces as the band punched home the last note of the finale. For the next few seconds, we stood in silent awe, slowly acclimating to the sensory overload of the last seventy-some minutes as patrons dispersed for set break.
Wrapping her arms around my neck, Lilly smiled, leaned back, and slowly rocked back and forth. This is her, I realized. Beaming like a nuclear disco ball, bursting at the seams with childlike serenity, this is who Lilly is. She’s intelligent, ambitious, driven, and will accomplish everything she sets her mind to in her professional life, but her definition of success, her fulfillment is simple: to love and be loved and do things we love.
When the epiphany settled, I realized how badly I needed to piss. Within the stadium tunnels, the mood was light, energetic, celebratory, but more focused than pre-show. Everyone needed to drain and replenish with bathrooms and provisions, food, beer, and water, simple enough tasks but on a deadline, which added a collective sense of urgency. We walked against the flow of traffic, heading out near the gate we’d entered for a quick breather. Instead of heading back toward home plate direction, we walked underneath the right of home plate upper deck section and wound up at a porta-potty encampment that felt like the Eden of toilet banks. Short lines, friendly, blissed-out faces abound, a Purell station, and a row of vendor carts nearby.
After the head, I grabbed two beers and walked over to Lilly who was hammer thumbing her phone.
“Here you go,” I said, handing her a beer.
“We’re going on the infield!” she screamed, and before I had a chance to question it, she grabbed the beer and started power walking in the direction of right field. As it turns out, this portable oasis we’d stumbled upon was near the tunnel that led to the general admission field entry. The friend we meant to meet up with prior to the show had a GA pass, represented by a silver wristband applied at stadium entrance that permitted free passage through the pearly field access gates. Unbeknownst to us, it was well-known that security at Wrigley was notoriously lax when it came to checking wristband wearers.
“We’re just going to wait until there’s a big rush of people,” Lilly explained. Peeking out from behind a vertical column twenty yards from the gate, we watched people presenting their wrists and walking through the 10-foot wide entry, flanked by four security guards in bright yellow ‘SECURITY’ shirts.
“And then we’re going to wiggle our way into the middle of the group, hold our right hands in the air just like everyone else, and stare straight ahead until we’re in,” she said. I simply nodded, fully confident in the plan and the fateful trajectory of our night.
As bodies started to clog the bottleneck, we made our move. With two guards on the left edge, one on the right, and one situated in the center of the stream of people, the squeeze created the momentary chaos necessary for sneaking in. I looked up as Lilly, perfectly timed, slipped right by the center guard who had just turned his head in my direction. As his scan swung back to the right, with one long stride, I slid through the gap between two people in front of me, past the center guard, and Jesus, take the wheel, I’m a free -
Caught. Looking up, I could see only the tips of my fingers flailing above an Andre the Giant-sized hand where my wrist had been.
“Nope,” the guard yelled over the bodies passing under his outstretched arm. I scanned the open area past the gates. She’d seen the whole thing. Hands cupped over her mouth, softly shaking her head “no,” Lilly watched as I was led out of the stream of passing bodies by the mighty hand of the law.
“Where’s your wrist band?” he asked.
“My wife has it, she just walked in.”
In my mind, “wife” conveyed legitimacy, much more so than “girlfriend” as I was the aloof husband, not the high as shit boyfriend. The guard responded by laughing in an unfriendly way, in a very cop way, before sharply nodding in the opposite direction.
“Get outta here.”
Confused and embarrassed, I started walking up the ramp like a kicked dog. I pulled out my phone and turned to see if I could find Lilly again. Before I did, she called.
“What happened?” she asked. I saw her now, pacing back and forth, hand on her forehand.
“I got caught, baby,” I said, laughing. “Listen, stay on the field. I’ll just go back to our seats. It’s totally fine. They’re probably going to start again soon.”
“No fuckin way,” she screamed. “I’m getting you in here!” And with that, she hung up.
I headed back to the porta-park. The adrenaline injection tied to the security run-in had momentarily dampened my high. For the first time in hours, I felt capable of coherent speech.
“How about that first set, huh?” I said to the guy next to me in the porta line.
He shot me an incredulous “are you kidding me?” look.
“Duuuude, Torture, Monster, Sand, with a Wedge thrown in, capped with a Free to Blaze close, all in the first? Fuckin heat, man. Hot hot heat. Heaaaaaaater right outta the block!”
I nodded enthusiastically, without the slightest clue what any of that meant. Nevermind, I thought. I remain capable of nothing. Inside my blue plastic pod, I started laughing at the thought of trying to get back to our seats. While accepting the evening’s twist of fate and a second set spent wandering aimlessly, trying to figure out what the fuck that guy just said, though not in the least distressed by this notion, I felt my phone buzzing in my pocket.
“Come back to the field entrance!” Lilly screamed.
“Huh?”
“Come back to where you just were!”
“There’s no way I’m getting past that guy now. He’s got a line on me.”
“We have a wristband for you!”
Lilly had found our friends on the infield. Our friend, Jen, was going to meet me on my side of the gate with an extra wristband. I waited behind the same vertical column, carefully watching the gate and my assailant, who I knew was anticipating my return. I saw Jen approaching the gate field-side. Walking up the ramp, she handed me a wristband that I slipped on and a ticket that I put in my pocket, and we U-turned to head back to the gate.
I kept my focus on the field. Passed the guard in the center of the walkway. Felt the same splash of the sweet open air of the infield on my face.
Caught. Same place. Same vice-like grip.
“You again?!”
His confident, almost amused expression belied his incredulous tone.
“I’ve got my wristband,” I said, pointing up at it like a seven-year old.
“Let me see your ticket.”
I pulled the ticket out of my pocket and handed it to him. Disappointed, he looked it over before pulling a hole puncher out of his back pocket and emphatically piercing my ticket.
“All tickets need to be punched!” he yelled to no one in particular as he handed me back my ticket.
I put the ticket back in my pocket, took a few steps forward and raised my hands over my head like Rocky. Fifty yards ahead, Lilly, standing with a group of our friends, shot her hands in the air and burst out laughing.
“See!” she said, holding my face in her hands before spreading her arms wide and twirling in a circle. “We have to be down here.”
She was right. Having already experienced something truly outstanding with set one, we could’ve left the stadium right then, scarfed an order of greasy Chinese food, and gone to bed knowing live music would never be the same again. Our definition of what is and isn’t a valuable live show, and why, had been blown to smithereens. But walking toward the stage on the infield, sensing the exotic energy of the pit, the thought of being “in it” like never before, what we’d just witnessed already felt behind us, fading in the background of the rearview mirror.
By the time we found a clearing, stage right, twenty rows back, to post up for the second set, night had fallen, and the stage, framed by the stark black surroundings, pulsed in swirling red-yellow orbits. When the band reappeared, they walked on in the same unassuming manner of the first set, like four guys walking to the beer line. The roar of the crowd shook my bones and drowned out the wary, doubting voice in my head. Comfortably acclimated, Lilly appeared ready to be led into war as she yelled into the night with what I can only describe as a metal show intensity. The crowd quieted as the members assembled themselves on stage.
I could barely hear the sounds being played over the speakers when the crowd went berserk. It first sounded like swirling wind or the hissing squeal of gas escaping a high-pressure chamber. Then, it turned darker, swampier before BAWMP-BAWMP. I turned to the guy on my right.
“What is this?” I screamed into his ear.
“DOWN WITH THE DISEASE,” he yelled back, as Trey fired three electric missiles directly into the receptive, joyous faces of an army of possessed souls. The second set picked up right where the first left off except now we were in the trenches, which unsurprisingly enhanced the everything-ness of the show and sounds by an IMAX magnitude. From twenty rows back, the wall of sound was like a Bob Marley-coined, doesn’t-hurt-when-it-hits tidal wave. For the first thirty seconds of the second set opener, I didn’t move; just stood paralyzed as my brain tried to figure out what the fuck was going on.
A solo piano rhythm slowed things down at the start of the second song, but not for long. As the other instruments joined, the song achieved this big, theatrical, rock opera-y sound before cutting out completely at the first verse, leaving Trey and Mike to quietly sing the lyrics and the crowd to lean in a little closer, get a little tighter. At the last few words, a drum lead fired up the start of another ladder climb crescendo, restarting the frenzy the soft-spoken lyrics momentarily calmed. Then, at the end of the second verse, the lyrics trailed off, creating the quietest moment of the night before –
OOOOH OOO OOOOOH OOO OHHHH OOOH!
At the first “OOOOH!”, thousands of glow sticks were launched into the air from every corner of the stadium, then picked up and sent sailing again. Smiling like an idiot, I turned in a circle and watched glow stick spouts erupt sporadically across the stands and upper deck, and thought, “how have I spent so much time missing this?”
I thought about all the shows I’d been to, and how, in retrospect, regardless of venue size, nothing compared to this. Memories from my favorite shows now seemed in need of revision.
The guy on my right turned to me and screamed, “TWIST!”, as the next song started. I appreciated that he knew I must be new to the band and continued to keep me informed. He proceeded to dance like “Twist” was his favorite song. His style was a form of barely controlled chaos; his moves looked like a gang of hornets had been released in his pants and shirt and his only hope was to dance them out. Of course, when I looked at his face, it looked like maybe these particular hornets were armed with ticklers instead of stingers.
For us, the second set was a victory lap. Lilly wiggled and writhed like a happily possessed flower child and I slowly regained the ability to speak in words. My friend continued to educate, shouting the titles as new songs started.
“Twenty Years Later!”
“Waste!”
“Alsoshrrackzarusta!”
“What?” I yelled back. I couldn’t tell if whatever he’d just shouted was gibberish because he was so excited that the words ran together or because it wasn’t English. But as I listened on, something totally unexpected happened.
“Holy shit, I think I know this one!” I screamed at Lilly. It was a cover of the entrance song of none other than the greatest professional wrestler of all time, Ric Flair; also the opening theme song from Stanley Kubrick’s 2001. Of course, what Phish did with the song was funky and absurd, glorious and downright dirty, long periods of jazzy deep-space improv separated by massive peaks, each peak starting with a bat-signal-like sky shot from Trey’s guitar before turning into full, stadium-rattling orchestral finales. With each one, Lilly and I flung our arms in the air like the aliens in Toy Story hoping to be picked up and taken away by the claw.
In riding out the lofty, rollercoaster high of the Ric Flair theme song cranked on moon-rock cocaine, it took me a minute to realize Lilly was no longer bouncing in and out of my immediate periphery. She was standing still, holding the inside of her right hip.
“Hey, you OK?”
“Yeah, I’m fine. Just my tummy.”
I narrowed my eyes. She leaned in and put her arm around me.
“Really, I’m OK.”
I put my hand around her and we swayed back and forth in time with the next song, a rhythmic, light, much needed break from the previous onslaught. Her hand dropped from my side, again grabbing the right side of her stomach.
“Lil, what’s the matter?”
She inhaled deeply through her nose, bending over slightly between each breath. She looked up.
“I need some air.”
She nodded in the direction of the boundary fencing to our right. I grabbed her hand and put my right arm out in front to direct our passage, shouting “excuse me” to part the bodies ahead. When I reached the fence, I turned and pulled her toward me. She stumbled, causing her to fall into the fence. I grabbed her by the waist as she pulled herself up, but as soon as she stood, her legs buckled and she fell forward, knocking both of us to the ground. The crowd opened in a circle around us. She slipped off onto the ground, face up, eyes closed. I knelt over her, both hands on her face, trying to wake her.
“LILLY! LILLY! HELP! HELP!”
Her body was rigid, jaw clenched. I searched the surrounding faces, screaming, pleading for someone to call for security.
She opened her eyes wide, blinking several times.
“Lilly! Are you OK? Can you stand?”
She nodded. I helped her to a seated position.
“Did you just have a seizure?” I asked, wiping the sweat from her forehead.
“I don’t know.”
“Can you stand?”
“Not yet.”
Someone shouted “hey!” from above. A guy crouched down, smiling, bottle of water in hand.
“Everyone OK?”
“Yeah, I think so,” Lilly responded.
He nodded toward the water. “Here, see,” he pointed toward the cap’s intact seal. “Unopened.” His manner was deliberate; his motions smooth, calming.
“Thank you,” we both said. Lilly grabbed the water, twisted the cap off and took a drink.
It was quiet. Our backs to the stage, the band sounded faint, far away. We looked up at the half circle of concerned faces focused on us. At least a dozen people extended bottles of water, each showing us the sealed cap.
“Wanna try to stand up?” the guy asked.
Lilly nodded. We helped her to her feet.
“There we go. All good?” he asked.
“Yes, thank you,” Lilly said. “I’m so sorry about -
Before she could finish, he grabbed her left hand, my right hand and hoisted our arms in the air.
“WE’RE ALL GOOD!” he screamed to the crowd. Everyone around us, as far back as we could see, threw their hands up in celebration, screaming, patting us on the back, sending us thumbs up and holding until the signal was reciprocated. In that moment, I believe their energy could’ve raised the dead. We had disrupted their show with what could’ve been easily perceived as an overdose or at the very least, inexperienced users overdoing it, and instead of dismissing or jeering, they responded with an outpouring of love and community that I still can’t get over to this day.
That was it. I got it.
Phish had “something” no other band had and no other show offered, but the “something” wasn’t one thing; it was everything. As much as it was the band, the music, the production, it was just as much the other side. I’d never been to a show that involved the fans taking such an active participatory role, an almost equal role, in contributing to a show’s creation. It’s of course law that musicians and bands thank their fans throughout a show. With Phish, the act wasn’t even necessary. This was a symbiotic partnership hell-bent on reaching for something higher than just a good showing. Both sides had a job, and the only way to reach peak concert performance was if both sides executed to the best of their abilities. The only way everyone left the stadium satisfied that night was if performance and gratitude levels matched start to finish. A gathering of friends, not one of them willing to let down the other.
Lilly and I were grabbed by security guards and assisted out of the fray. Once we reached an open area, the guard holding my arm stopped and directed me to face him.
“What happened?” he asked sternly. We were eye level and uncomfortably close. I assumed he had already made his own conclusions as to what happened, and this wouldn’t be a friendly conversation. Until then, I hadn’t realized how hard my hands were trembling. I shook them a few times, took a breath, and started stammering through my story.
“And then once she got to the fence, her legs gave out, she fell on top of me, and I think she had a seizure.”
“What did you give her?”
“Nothing, promise. We haven’t taken anything.” I could see Lilly talking to two guards.
“Hey, tell me what you gave her.”
“I didn’t give her anything.”
“Sit down,” he instructed, then walked over to Lilly and his two colleagues. Their positions semi-obstructed my view of Lilly, so I couldn’t get a read on the tone of their conversation and the likelihood of my arrest. Fortunately, the three guards walked away a few seconds later, leaving Lilly, diminished but smiling through it all. She walked over and sat down next to me.
“That’s happened to me before,” she said.
“What? The seizure?”
“No, I’ve fainted before. I could feel it coming.”
We held each other, silent except for the intermittent, “I love you” and “are you OK?”
“Let’s get out of here,” I said, getting to my feet.
I bent down and placed my hands under hers, and gently pulled her up. We walked slowly, matching our steps. It was only after we walked through the GA field entrance area that I heard the opening piano of “Loving Cup,” one of Lilly’s favorite songs from her favorite band, being played by her new favorite band. On a night that felt bottomless until we crashed, only to be saved and raised by a swarm of pie-eyed angels, Trey and the gang gave us a fitting send-off, a song for the wary and beat, but not beaten souls.
When we got home, Lilly walked into the first-floor bathroom. I heard water running from the faucet as I ran downstairs to change clothes. When I walked in, she was lying naked in the tub with arms folded over her stomach, legs bent at the knee and feet on the floor. She’d been crying.
I knelt down, resting my knees on the tile.
“Feeling better?”
“I think something’s wrong with me,” she said.
“Why do you think that? Are you in pain?”
She shook her head.
“That was fucking scary, but we're OK now,” I said.
“I don’t think I can pee.”
“What?”
“I need you to tell me if I’m peeing,” she said. “It feels like I am, but I don’t know if I am.”
I shifted to my left and tilted my head down close to the tub’s edge where I could see under her left knee. A yellow stream appeared.
“You’re peeing!” I screamed. “We’re OK!”
“Does it look right?”
“Yes, it looks like right as pee could be.”
“I don’t feel right. I’ve fainted before, but this is different. Something’s wrong with my head.”
“Listen, we took big doses on empty stomachs, barely drank any water and danced off like ten thousand calories in the process. I don’t think it’s that crazy that you fainted.”
“You said I had a seizure.”
“It looked like a seizure, but maybe it wasn’t.”
“What if I have a brain tumor? I think we should go to the hospital.”
“You don’t have a brain tumor.”
“But I had a seizure. I’ve never had a seizure.”
“I mean, I think it was a seizure.”
“What do you mean, you think?!”
“I don’t know! It looked like a seizure, but I don’t know if it was a seizure!”
We called one of our friends, a doctor, and explained what happened.
“I mean, if you had a seizure, you should probably go to the hospital.”
So, it was settled. Before leaving, I ran our puppy out. I took a longer route around the neighborhood. I needed it. The night had been one, long extended episode of blunt force wonderful trauma. Except, I was still completely shell-shocked, I couldn’t really even begin to process the night, so I just kind of stumbled around giggling while my pup sniffed around.
I opened our apartment door to find Lilly sitting on the couch in her robe, eyes still heavy with tears, on the phone with someone. She pulled the phone from her ear and hit the speaker button.
“Wait, he just walked in. Evan, tell my Dad what happened.”
Lilly’s Dad, who I hadn’t met in person, who went to Yale when he was 15, where along with acing his coursework, swam on the school’s swim team and nearly qualified as an alternative on the ’64 Olympic team. Lilly’s Dad, the certified genius and human calculator, who chose Stanford for medical school before becoming a heart surgeon and later, an author. Lilly wanted me…to explain…to him…what happened.
Blitzkrieg alarm bells rang in my head, my brain firing signals to my legs to jump through the window, but it was too late. I could only watch in wide-eyed horror as Lilly extended the phone toward me, the phone carrying the voice of the man whose daughter I was supposed to support and protect and not, specifically not, allow drug-induced seizures to happen to.
“Uhh, hi, hello, Joe –“
“Yeah, hi, Evan,” he said, politely, if not unimpressed.
“Hi, so we were at the concert, and Lilly’s stomach hurt, and we tried to exit the crowd, but then she passed out, and we fell down, and her jaw locked up, and her body turned stiff, and so it looked like a seizure, and that’s what happened.”
“How long was she out for?”
“Not long. Maybe five seconds.”
“Lilly,” he said flatly.
“Yeah?” Lilly responded.
“Did you break out in sweat right away?”
“Yeah.”
“And you felt fine right after, right?”
“Yeah.”
“You had a vasovagal response.”
“Oh.”
I said nothing, praying he wouldn’t test my understanding of vasovagal responses.
“Yeah. You’ve had those before.”
“Yeah, I know,” Lilly said, receding into the couch.
“Lilly, what are you doing taking mushrooms? Your sister’s the druggie, you’re not the druggie! You have a puppy.”
There were a million things I wanted to say, mostly pleas to forget this interaction, to resist the temptation to write me off forever, to forgive me for strangling his daughter once we got off the phone. Lilly ended the call quickly, thanking him for calming her down as I did the same in the background. We stared at each other in silence. She apologized. I was too exhausted to be upset, thinking an aneurysm in my sleep would be easier. We went downstairs, climbed in bed, and drifted off to sleep.
When I woke up the next morning, Lilly was already up and on her phone.
“Good morning.”
“Hey,” she said, smiling sheepishly.
I yawned and stretched before sitting up on my elbow.
“What are you doin?” I nodded toward her phone. “Jen ever ask what happened to us last night?
“I’m looking for tickets for tonight.”
“You're kidding.”
She turned her screen so I could see.
“Look, floors!”
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2020.10.05 20:24 FionaWalliceFan Bob Dylan Survivor John Wesley Harding & Love and Theft (RESULTS)

Each round, vote for your LEAST FAVORITE song of an album until they are ranked. Two albums will go at a time.
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JOHN WESLEY HARDING
#12. Down Along the Cove
#11. Wicked Messenger
#10. Drifter's Escape
#9. I Am a Lonesome Hobo
#8. Dear Landlord
#7. I Pity the Poor Immigrant
#6. John Wesley Harding
#5. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
#4. The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest
#3. As I Went Out One Morning
#2. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
#1. All Along the Watchtower
RESULTS: For an in-depth look at the results, see here: https://imgur.com/a/PMf7qCO
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LOVE AND THEFT
#12. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum
#11. Bye & Bye
#10. Honest With Me
#9. Sugar Baby
#8. Cry A While
#7. Lonesome Day Blues
#6. Moonlight
#5. Floater
#4. Po' Boy
#3. Summer Days
#2. High Water
#1. Mississippi
RESULTS: For an in-depth look at the results, see here: https://imgur.com/a/jgabOui
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ALBUM RESULTS OVERVIEW
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
Bringing It All Back Home (1965)
Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
Blonde on Blonde (1966)
John Wesley Harding (1967)
Nashville Skyline (1969)
Blood on the Tracks (1975)
Time Out of Mind (1997)
Love and Theft (2001)
Rough and Rowdy Ways (2020)
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The next two albums to go will be... Another Side of Bob Dylan and Planet Waves.
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2020.09.29 19:48 radio_cabezas [For Sale] Bob Dylan Mofi records

Shipping out of FL and it’s included in the selling price. I should be able to drop these off by Friday the latest.
SOLDBob Dylan Bootleg Series Vol 1-3 (EU pressing) - $75 NM/NM
https://imgur.com/a/IlxgsDM
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde $175 NM/NM
https://imgur.com/a/m0DnDAV
SOLDBob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited $ 125 NM/VG
https://imgur.com/a/sm0W9JP
SOLDBob Dylan - Freewheelin’ $45 NM/VG++
https://imgur.com/a/JwJsd2j
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves $45 NM/NM
https://imgur.com/a/AifVsPI
take both remaining for $205 shipped
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2020.09.13 21:15 seandesales my dylan studio album ranking

  1. street legal
  2. highway 61 revisited
  3. blonde on blonde
  4. blood on the tracks
  5. nashville skyline
  6. the freewheelin’ bob dylan
  7. bringing it all back home
  8. oh mercy
  9. time out of mind
  10. love and theft
  11. modern times
  12. infidels
  13. rough n rowdy ways
  14. shadows in the night
  15. slow train coming
  16. shot of love
  17. desire
  18. tempest
  19. john wesley hardingDYLAN LP COLLECTION
  20. the times they are a-changin’
  21. world gone wrong
  22. another side of bob dylan
  23. new morning
  24. planet waves
  25. empire burlesque
  26. self portrait
  27. fallen angels
  28. basement tapes
  29. together through life
  30. under the red sky
  31. bob dylan
  32. saved
  33. dylan ‘73
  34. knocked out loaded
  35. triplicate
  36. good as i been to you
  37. pat garrett & billy the kid
  38. down in the groove
  39. christmas in the heart
i also attached my LP collection so y’all can have a look :)
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2020.09.11 03:30 twistedfloyd Community Playlist Poll #7: Knocked Out Loaded-Modern Times and Recap

Hello everyone!
Our community playlist poll returns this week!
Find this week's poll here: https://forms.gle/3UPfgWjpyuoNfhN76
This week we are covering the period from Knocked Out Loaded-Modern Times.
The format remains the same: Vote for your favorite song off each album.
The 2 songs from each record that get the most votes will be added to our community playlist, which is one of our many efforts that are currently in the works to help those who don't know Bob get to know him. We are hoping this will also contribute something fun to the sub as it is something we've created together as a subreddit.
Thank you all for sticking with us and contributing your votes. We haven't done a recap of where we are in a while, so here are the results thus far in terms of the songs that comprise the playlist based off the votes we have received from Bob Dylan (the album)- Empire Burlesque.
See you next time.
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2020.08.28 16:41 Muzak_For_A_Nurse I listened to 341 albums over quarantine - here are my takeaways (part 2)!

link to part 1 - start here
Shoegaze/Blackgaze
Kairon; IRSE! Ujubasajuba 2014 9.5
Alcest Ecailles de lune 2010 9
Slowdive Souvlaki 1993 8.5
My Bloody Valentine Loveless 1991 8
Hum Downward is Heavenward 1998 7.5
Swervedriver Mezcal Head 1993 7.5
Deafheaven Sunbather 2013 7
Ride Nowhere 1990 5
Basically a subgenre of indie with lots of guitar feedback and walls of sound. And then Alcest and Deafheaven add black metal to that (Alcest > Deafheaven imo, because of the vocals).
Start here: Loveless or Souvlaki for shoegaze, Souvenirs d'un autre monde by Alcest for blackgaze (all clean vocals)
Masterpiece: Kairon; IRSE! – the last song on Ujubasajuba (forgot the title)
Verdict: A-
Synthpop
Depeche Mode Violator 1990 8
Tears for Fears Songs from the Big Chair 1985 7.5
Prince Purple Rain 1984 7.5
Kraftwerk Die Mensch Maschine 1978 7
The Knife Silent Shout 2006 0
Expected to hate these but actually liked everything except the chipmunk-voice abomination of Silent Shout.
Start here: Depeche Mode—Violator
Masterpiece: Tears for Fears—Everybody Wants to Rule the World
Verdict: B-
Jazz
Pharoah Sanders Karma 1969 9.5
The Comet is Coming Trust in the Lifeforce of the Deep Mystery 2019 9
John Coltrane A Love Supreme 1965 8.5
Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady 1963 8.5
Kamasi Washington Harmony of Difference EP 2017 8.5
Dave Brubeck Quartet Time Out! 1959 8.5
Sun Ra Lanquidity 1978 7.5
Bill Evans Portrait in Jazz 1960 7.5
Ornette Coleman The Shape of Jazz to Come 1959 7.5
Miles Davis Kind of Blue 1959 7
Verdict: A
It took a while (I listened to Kind of Blue first, that’s why it’s so low), but jazz has blown me away as a genre. The one genre where I haven’t found a single album I disliked. Still a ton of jazz that I haven’t gotten to yet.
Start here: John Coltrane—A Love Supreme
Masterpiece: Pharoah Sanders—The Creator Has A Master Plan
Ambient
Tangerine Dream Phaedra 1974 8.5
Klaus Schulze Mirage 1977 8.5
Tim Hecker Ravedeath, 1972 2011 8
GAS Pop 2000 8
You pretty much know what to expect here.
Verdict: B+
Best: Tangerine Dream—Phaedra
Punk (classic)
The Clash London Calling 1979 5
Wire Pink Flag 1977 3
The Stooges Fun House 1970 2
Verdict: F
Gonna fit into the prog fan stereotype of hating punk. There’s just nothing there unless you spice it up with prog, post-hardcore, post-punk, experimental, etc. I don’t like any of this. Don’t like the Sex Pistols or Ramones either, in case you’re wondering.
Post-Punk
Talking Heads Remain in Light 1980 8.5
Television Marquee Moon 1977 8
This Heat Deceit 1981 8
Gang of Four Entertainment! 1979 7.5
Minutemen Double Nickels on the Dime 1984 7
Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness 2008 6
The Cure Disintegration 1989 6
Public Image Ltd Metal Box 1979 4
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures 1979 1
Verdict: B-
Here’s where punk actually gets interesting, and worth listening to (sorry, Clash)! Yes, I did absolutely hate Joy Division, but I need to try it again with lower expectations.
Start here: Talking Heads—Remain in Light
Masterpiece: Television—Marquee Moon or Talking Heads—Once in a Lifetime
Post-Hardcore
Gospel The Moon Is A Dead World 2005 9
Slint Spiderland 1991 8.5
Unwound Leaves Turn Inside You 2001 8.5
Drive Like Jehu Yank Crime 1994 8.5
Fugazi The Argument 2001 8
NoMeansNo Wrong 1989 8
Thrice Vheissu 2005 7
The Fall of Troy Doppelganger 2005 5
At The Drive-In Relationship of Command 2000 3
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come 1998 2
Where punk actually became a cool genre. Gospel and the Fall of Troy are certainly prog punk, and you could make a good argument for Slint, Unwound, Drive Like Jehu, NoMeansNo, Thrice, and At The Drive In. Anyway, punk dropped the “simplicity is king” philosophy, and the results were great. I’d give ATDI a higher rating now, just expected the second (or first) coming of The Mars Volta and didn’t get something that good. Screamed vocals ruined the lower ones here.
Verdict: B+
Start here: Slint—Spiderland (no, this isn’t post-rock)
Masterpiece: Gospel—Golden Dawn (I could have labeled this prog as easy as post-hardcore)
Stoner Rock/Metal
Elder Dead Roots Stirring 2011 9.5
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf 2002 8.5
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley 1994 8.5
Clutch Blast Tyrant 2004 5.5
Electric Wizard Dopethrone 2000 5.5
This genre sort of means “modern rock that sort of sounds like Black Sabbath.” Elder probably won’t hold up; I think me giving that such a high score might have been a fluke.
Verdict: B
Start here: QOTSA—Songs for the Deaf
Masterpiece: Elder—idk what song honestly
SingeSongwriter
Joni Mitchell Blue 1971 9
Jeff Buckley Grace 1994 8.5
Leonard Cohen Songs of Leonard Cohen 1967 8
Tom Waits Rain Dogs 1985 0
Another genre I didn’t explore enough because of my indifference toward Bob Dylan and preconceived notions of it not being about the music. Tom Waits’s album was a classic I found borderline unlistenable, though.
Start here: Joni Mitchell—Blue
Masterpiece: Jeff Buckley—Grace (the song)
Verdict: B+
Art Pop
Björk Homogenic 1997 10
XTC Skylarking 1986 8
Kate Bush Hounds of Love 1985 7.5
FKA Twigs Magdalene 2019 7.5
Fiona Apple Fetch the Bolt Cutters 2020 7
These don’t necessarily have a ton in common – not sure this is really a genre.
Start here: Björk—Homogenic (if you take away anything from this, listen to this album)
Masterpiece: Björk—Pagan Poetry (could it be anything else?)
Verdict: A- (but A+ for Björk)
Art Rock
These New Puritans Field of Reeds 2013 8
Brian Eno Another Green World 1975 7.5
Adrian Belew Lone Rhino 1982 7.5
Roxy Music For Your Pleasure 1973 7
David Bowie The Rise and Fall… 1972 5
The Velvet Underground and Nico The Velvet Underground and Nico 1967 1
This genre is basically “David Bowie and things that inspired him or were inspired by him.” I absolutely loathe the Velvet Underground and am pretty indifferent to Bowie, so this is really not my thing.
Verdict: C+
Start here: David Bowie—The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust… (going to check out some more Bowie to make sure I don’t just dislike this album)
Masterpiece: don’t really know honestly. TNP doesn’t sound like any of these.
Noise Rock
Black Midi Schlagenheim 2019 8.5
Lightning Bolt Wonderful Rainbow 2003 5
Daughters You Won't Get What You Want 2018 1
This isn’t really a genre. Black Midi is great (watch their live on KEXP performance). SHE MOVES WITH SUCH A PURPOSE, SUCH A MAGNIFICENT PORPOISE!
Start here: Black Midi—Schlagenheim
Masterpiece: Black Midi—Western (or bmbmbmbm if you want to laugh)
Verdict: B-
Electronic
Flying Lotus Cosmogramma 2010 9.5
Burial Untrue 2007 8.5
Ulver Perdition City 2000 8
Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92 1992 8
Boards of Canada Music Has the Right to Children 1998 8
Autechre Tri Repetae 1995 5.5
One genre that I definitely did not get enough of on this list, and I definitely am most excited to explore more in the future. I just got a VERY VERY small taste of the world of electronic music. Also, The Richard D. James album and Geogaddi impressed me more than the first albums by Aphex and BoC that I listened to.
Start here: Aphex Twin—The Richard D. James Album or Boards of Canada—Geogaddi
Or to bridge the gap between prog and electronic, check out Radiohead’s album Kid A.
Masterpiece: honestly, no single songs have jumped out at me as much better than everything else. Maybe Burial—Archangel or Flying Lotus—Do the Astral Plane
Verdict: A-
(Other) Folk
Myrkur Folkesange 2020 8
Nick Drake Pink Moon 1972 7
Current 93 Thunder Perfect Mind 1992 5
The three folk albums I didn’t group into “prog folk” or “indie folk” – the first one is an unknown album by a former black metal artist, the second is an all-time classic, and the third has the worst vocals I have ever heard and a song about Hitler.
Start here: Nick Drake—Pink Moon
Masterpiece: don’t know yet
Hip-Hop
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly 2015 8.5
Digable Planets Blowout Comb 1994 8.5
Nujabes Modal Soul 2005 8.5
The Roots Things Fall Apart 1999 8
Dalek Absence 2005 8
A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory 1991 7.5
Madvillain Madvillainy 2004 6.5
Tyler, the Creator Flower Boy 2017 6.5
Clipping. There Existed an Addiction to Blood 2019 6.5
Nas Illmatic 1994 4
The Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) 1993 3
Death Grips The Money Store 2012 1
I really tried to “get” hip-hop, but it isn’t really happening to the degree that others like it. I still don’t care too much about lyrics or flows, and good beats get old quickly. But some hip-hop artists are super creative about jazz instrumentation or just unusual styles that I really like. I don’t really care much for the classics, though, although I should try Madvillainy again. I had a knee-jerk negative reaction to Death Grips, but I should try them again, too.
Start here: Kendrick Lamar—To Pimp a Butterfly (every music fan should listen to this album)
Masterpiece: Kendrick Lamar—The Blacker The Berry
Trip-Hop/Plunderphonics/Instrumental Hip-Hop
Portishead Dummy 1994 Trip-Hop 9.5
The Avalanches Since I Left You 2000 Plunderphonics 9
J Dilla Donuts 2006 Instrumental HH 9
DJ Shadow Endtroducing… 1996 Plunderphonics 8.5
Massive Attack Mezzanine 1998 Trip-Hop 8.5
Goldfrapp Felt Mountain 2000 Trip-Hop 8
Tricky Maxinquaye 1995 Trip-Hop 7.5
Gorillaz Demon Days 2005 Trip-Hop 6
Verdict: A
Start here: Portishead—Dummy (trip-hop), DJ Shadow—Endtroducing (Plunderphonics)
Masterpiece: Massive Attack—Teardrop, Portishead—Sour Times
I strongly prefer this style to actual hip-hop, and honestly to nearly any other genre I’ve found on my list. Trip-hop is chill yet also musically very intense and gripping. Definitely a great genre to check out. Plunderphonics is the style of making music out of samples of previous music, and it surprised me, too. Similar vibe to trip-hop there. These albums are a great stepping stone from prog to hip-hop too.
“Experimental”
Coil The Ape of Naples 2005 5.5
Swans To Be Kind 2014 4
Swans Soundtracks for the Blind 1996 4
Visceral hate reaction to both Swans albums, although I do respect “The Sound.” Coil kinda sounds like Soundtracks, and isn’t great. Also, not a genre.
Verdict: D-
Psychedelic Pop
The Zombies Odessey and Oracle 1968 9
Gang Gang Dance Eye Contact 2011 8
Fishmans Long Season 1996 7.5
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds 1966 7
Tame Impala Lonerism 2012 7
The Kinks The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society 1968 7
Love Forever Changes 1967 5.5
MGMT Congratulations 2010 5.5
This “genre” combines 60s sunshine pop with modern electronic neo-psych, so it’s not really one cohesive genre. I generally enjoyed some of each and was bored by some of each. Yes, The Zombies’ album was spelled incorrectly (on accident).
Start here: The Zombies—Odessey and Oracle
Masterpiece: Fishmans—Long Season (the entire album is a 35 minute long single flowing track, and I’m surprised it isn’t already popular here. Oh right, there’s a 5 minute section that sounds like Super Mario is taking a dump.)
Verdict: B+
EVERYTHING ELSE
A category for all those poor albums too out there to fit in any others…
Cocteau Twins Heaven or Las Vegas 1990 Dream Pop 9.5
Dead Can Dance Within the Realm… 1987 Neoclassical Darkwave 9.5
Anna von Hausswolff Dead Magic 2018 Neoclassical Darkwave 9
Boredoms Vision Creation Newsun 1999 Experimental/Psych 8.5
Glenn Branca The Ascension 1981 No Wave 8.5
The Angelic Process Weighing Souls With Sand 2007 Drone Metal 8.5
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral 1994 Industrial Rock 8
100 Gecs 1000 Gecs 2019 Meme Pop (?) 6
Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks 1990 Soundtrack 6
Boris Boris at Last - Feedbacker 2003 Drone 3
Corey Feldman Angelic 2 The Core 2016 Horrible pop 2
Andrew Jackson Jihad People Who Eat People… 2007 Folk Punk 1
I guess the top three could kind of fit in a category, but most of this stuff is unlike anything else I’ve ever heard.
Corey Feldman’s album was the subject of a 50 minute Fantano video of why it is the worst album of the decade (or ever?), but I enjoyed it more than Unknown Pleasures, The Velvet Underground and Nico, and Rain Dogs (sorry). I can’t tell if 100(0) gecs is taking themselves seriously or making a joke.
Start here: Cocteau Twins—Heaven or Las Vegas (despite the category, this is accessible, and probably should fit in another category)
Masterpiece: Glenn Branca—Light Fields (In Consonance)
A few statistics!
Average rating: 7.191
Average album length: 50.6 mins
Total minutes listened (including albums I didn’t actually get through): 17,250 (!!!)
Total hours: 287.5
Total DAYS: 12
Mean release year: 1993
Number of albums per rating:
10—6
9.5—13
9—38
8.5—61
8—54
7.5—39
7—32
6.5—15
6—18
5.5—15
5—15
4—14
3—8
2—5
1—6
0—2
(I didn’t give any 4.5s, 3.5s, 2.5s, 1.5s, or 0.5s.)
I loved (9-10) 57 albums (16.7%), liked (7-8.5) 186 albums (54.5%), indifferent (5-6.5) to 63 albums (18.4%), and disliked/hated (0-4) 35 albums (10.3%).
I could crunch the numbers in a million other different ways (believe me, I want to), but I have to stop right now. (I was going to compare my ratings with RYM, Sputnikmusic, and Progarchives, but that’s just going too far. This is already almost 25 pages long!)
So let’s end this off with some fun—superlatives!
Best album: Bjork—Homogenic
Worst album: The Knife—Silent Shout
Best vocal performance: Bjork—5 Years (but really all of Homogenic)
Worst vocal performance: Corey Feldman—We Wanted Change
Best guitarist: John McLaughlin (Mahavishnu Orchestra), Steve Vai
Best bassist: Jannick Top (Magma – on Udu Wudu)
Best drummer: Zach Hill (Hella/Death Grips)
Best keyboard/piano: Cory Henry (Snarky Puppy, especially Lingus)
Best band name: Black Midi
Worst band name: Isis
Best album title: Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Worst album title: Angelic 2 The Core, The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me, How to Measure a Planet?, Fables from a Mayfly: What I Tell You Three Times Is True, ~ (5-way tie!)
Longest album: Swans—Soundtracks for the Blind (141 mins)
Longest album I sat through: Arcane—Known: Learned (122 mins)
Shortest album: 100 Gecs—1000 Gecs (23 mins)
Shortest album I couldn’t get through: Andrew Jackson Jihad—People Who Eat People… (25 mins)
Best genre names: Neoclassical Darkwave, Blackgaze, Zeuhl, No Wave
Worst genre names: Mathcore, IDM (Intelligent Dance Music), Drone
Oldest album: Miles Davis—Kind of Blue (1959)
Newest album: Fiona Apple—Fetch the Bolt Cutters (2020)
Best song: Godspeed You! Black Emperor—Static
Worst song: Corey Feldman—We Wanted Change
Longest band name: The Velvet Underground and Nico
Shortest band name: T2
Longest album title: People Who Can Eat People Are the Luckiest People in the World
Shortest album title: Ys (or “~”)
Weirdest albums: 100 Gecs—1000 Gecs, The Residents—Duck Stab/Buster and Glen, John Zorn—Naked City
Most boring album: This Will Destroy You—This Will Destroy You
Best instrumental album: Godspeed You! Black Emperor—Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Best non-English album: Sheena Ringo—Kalk Samen Kuri No Hana
Most beautiful: iamthemorning— ~
Heaviest: Converge—Jane Doe
Best lyrics: Kendrick LamaSlint/Kevin Gilbert
Worst lyrics: Swans/Corey Feldman (Fantano doesn’t know what to say to this)
Most emotional: Godspeed You! Black Emperor—Lift Your Skinny Fists…
Most annoying: AJJ—People Who Can Eat People…
Best of the 60s: Pharaoh Sanders—Karma (runner up: The Zombies—Odessey and Oracle)
Worst of the 60s: The Velvet Underground and Nico—S/T (I hate this album…)
Best of the 70s: Marvin Gaye—What’s Going On (runner up: Stevie Wonder—Songs in the Key of Life)
Worst of the 70s: No New York—Various Artists (runner up: Joy Division—Unknown Pleasures)
Best of the 80s: Dead Can Dance—Within the Realm… (runner up: Glenn Branca—The Ascension)
Worst of the 80s: Tom Waits—Rain Dogs (yes, I irrationally hate lots of classic albums, u is Pixies/Smiths)
Best of the 90s: Bjork—Homogenic (runner up: Portishead—Dummy)
Worst of the 90s: Refused—The Shape of Punk to Come (runner up: Swans—Soundtracks for the Blind)
Best of the 00s: Fair to Midland—Fables from a Mayfly (runner up: GYBE—LYSFLATH)
Worst of the 00s: The Knife—Silent Shout (runner up: AJJ—People Who Can Eat People…)
Best of the 10s: iamthemorning -- ~ (runner up: Elder—Dead Roots Stirring)
Worst of the 10s: Daughters—You Won’t Get What You Want (runner up: Death Grips—The Money Store)
Albums off Spotify: 33
Albums I didn’t get through: 30
Year with most albums: 2005 (19 albums)
Year with least albums: 1982 (zero albums)

25 Recs for Everyone – a mix of classics and should-be-classics (left out PROG classics)!
Fair to Midland—Fables from a Mayfly (alternative prog rock)
iamthemorning— ~ (soft "chamber" prog rock)
Invisible—El jardin de los presentes (Argentinian classic prog)
Robert Wyatt—Rock Bottom (Canterbury/unique classic prog)
Mahavishnu Orchestra—The Inner Mounting Flame (jazz fusion)
Dead Can Dance—Within the Realm of a Dying Sun (neoclassical darkwave, which is as cool as it sounds)
Sheena Ringo—Kalk Samen Kuri No Hana (japanese prog pop)
Mastodon—Crack the Skye (progressive sludge metal - mostly clean vocals)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor—Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven (post-rock)
Talk Talk—Spirit of Eden (art pop/post-rock)
Hella—Hold Your Horse Is (math rock)
Glenn Branca—The Ascension (no wave/post-rock/minimalism)
Stevie Wonder—Songs in the Key of Life (soul/funk)
Marvin Gaye—What’s Going On (soul)
Stereolab—Dots and Loops (indie pop/art pop)
Alcest—Les voyages de l’ame (blackgaze/shoegaze)
Pharoah Sanders—Karma (spiritual jazz)
Talking Heads—Remain in Light (post-punk/new wave)
Slint—Spiderland (post-hardcore/math rock/post-rock)
Jeff Buckley—Grace (singer-songwritealternative rock)
Bjork—Homogenic (art pop)
Black Midi—Schlagenheim (noise rock)
Flying Lotus—Cosmogramma (electronic/jazz fusion/instrumental hip-hop)
Kendrick Lamar—To Pimp a Butterfly (hip-hop)
Portishead—Dummy (trip-hop)
And one bonus, the insane Choirs of the Eye by Kayo Dot (avant-garde metal), if you’re up to the challenge.
Finally, here's a playlist of my favorite songs of the ALBUMARATHON. 29 hours of fun - and that doesn't even include songs from artists that don't put their music on Spotify... It does include songs from other albums by artists on this list, from the second or third album I heard by them.
FYI I posted this here on progrockmusic because (1) people know my threads here, (2) a massive portion of the list is somewhat obscure prog albums, (3) I have nowhere better to post it. So please don't go after me for being off topic - I wanted to post it somewhere!
Congratulations for making it all the way through this thread! You're lucky I ran out of time to make a ton of graphs and write a scientific paper about this... I have a ton to say about all of these albums, so if you notice an album you wanna discuss, let me know in the comments. Recommendations are always appreciated, though if it's something more popular in the same genre as albums listed here, I'd probably already heard it.
I loved the experience of a massive 5 month-long musical binge, and I'd love to do it again someday. Thank you so much for reading, and thank you so much to Reddit's servers for supporting such a long post! Unfortunately, I'll be drastically reducing my time on reddit for the time being after this.
In the words of Slint's "Good Morning, Captain!," one of the best songs I've found on this list...
I (will) MISS YOU!
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2020.08.17 14:06 randomsiivagunnerfan Stage Select (Full Version) - Mega Man 3 list (incomplete, part 1)

0:00 Stage Select Mega Man 3
0:09 Stage Select (in A♭ Major)
0:19 Snow halation (Chorus) Love Live!
0:29 Wood Man Stage Mega Man 2
0:38 Opening Mega Man 3
0:47 We Are Number One LazyTown
0:57 Slider Super Mario 64
1:06 Ya Tareshy (Arabic Nokia ring tone) Eida Al Menhali
1:16 Athletic Theme Super Mario World
1:26 Witch Doctor David Seville
1:35 Intro The Simpsons
1:45 Intro Family Guy
2:04 GO MY WAY!! THE [email protected]
2:24 Gangnam Style Psy
2:33 Toreador March Georges Bizet
2:42 Epic We Are Leo
2:52 Meet the Flintstones Hoyt Curtin
3:02 Epic Faith No More
3:12 Deck the Halls Thomas Oliphant
3:31 Patched Plains Kirby Planet Robobot
3:40 Koi wa Chaos no Shimobenari Nyarko-san: Another Crawling Chaos W
3:50 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Johnny Marks
3:59 In the Mood Glenn Miller
4:10 We Wish You a Merry Christmas Arthur Warell
4:19 Smoke Two Joints Sublime
4:28 Stage Select Mega Man 3
4:33 4'33" John Cage
4:38 Men of Destiny Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory
4:47 Mt. Chimney Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire/Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
4:56 Left Bank Two The Noveltones
5:07 Somewhere in My Memory Home Alone
5:16 ??? (repeat from timestamp 20:58 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
5:25 Redial Bomberman Hero
5:35 Battle Scene Final Fantasy
5:45 White Land F-Zero
5:55 Bell of Avici ~ Infinite Nightmare Touhou 12.5: Double Spoiler
6:04 ??? (repeat from timestamp 8:38 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
6:14 ??? (repeat from timestamp 30:14 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
6:23 Gong Jam Project
6:33 Mr. Tambourine Man Bob Dylan
6:42 Baka Mitai Yakuza 0
6:52 Bon Appétit♡S Blend S
7:02 Renai Circulation Bakemonogatari
7:12 Pursuit ~ Wanting to Find the Truth Gyakuten Kenji 2
7:21 Masters of War Bob Dylan
7:31 ??? ???
7:40 Frozen Hillside Kirby Air Ride
7:50 Keygen 8 Dubmood
8:00 Tetrapod Zombies / Corporate Lifestyle Simulator
8:10 Main Theme Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective
8:19 Soukyuu Fafner in the Azure: Heaven and Earth
8:28 Stages 1-4 Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
8:38 Theme of Puyo Puyo Puyo Puyo
8:47 Butter Building Kirby's Adventure
8:57 U Guessed It OG Maco
9:07 Stella's Theme Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
9:16 The Jetsons theme The Jetsons
9:26 Hard Times The Jetzons
9:35 IceCap Zone Act 1 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles
9:45 Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525 (I. Allegro) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
9:55 Carnival Stage Marvel vs. Capcom 2
10:04 In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song) Peter Ivers
10:14 Gato's Song Chrono Trigger
10:23 Rhapsody in Blue George Gershwin
10:33 Frosty Village Diddy Kong Racing
10:43 Lost in Thoughts All Alone Fire Emblem Fates
10:52 Divine Bloodlines Castlevania: Rondo of Blood
11:02 Cry for me, cry for you The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd
11:11 Battle Against a True Hero Undertale
11:21 Planet Wisp - Act 1 Sonic Colors (Wii)
11:31 Hyrule Field The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
11:40 Metal Man Stage Mega Man 2
11:50 Giorgio by Moroder Daft Punk
12:00 5PM Animal Crossing: New Leaf
12:09 Die Höllen Polizei Inferno Cop
12:18 Careless Whisper George Michael
12:28 Hedwig's Theme Harry Potter
12:38 Can't Wait Until Night Haunted Castle
12:47 Colors Code Geass
12:57 Power Ride ~Lava Mountain Zone~ Sonic Runners
13:07 Hi-Spec Robo Go! (Hard Boiled Heavy Boss) Sonic Mania
13:16 KIMONO♥PRINCESS jun
13:26 Marcadia - Capital City Ratchet and Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal
13:35 Battle Final Fantasy II
13:45 ??? (repeat from timestamp 44:38 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
13:54 Reach for the Stars Sonic Colors
14:04 jihad Baldr Sky
14:14 ??? (was in the past versions) ???
14:24 National Aerobic Championship Theme Ty Parr
14:33 Mannrobics Team Fortress 2
14:43 P-R-O-G-R-A-M (Vagrant Counting Song of Retrospection) Kirby Planet Robobot
15:02 Intensive Care Unit Renard
15:12 Chill Man Stage Mega Man 10
15:21 Ray of Hope Corpse Party
15:31 Acidjazzed Evening Janne "Tempest" Suni
15:40 Blizzard Bluff Crash Team Racing
15:50 Gideon Wrath Part II Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game
16:00 Night Walk Rhythm Tengoku
16:09 Stand by Me Ben E. King
16:18 ??? ???
16:28 Tokyo Teddy Bear Neru
16:38 Opening Theme Gun x Sword
16:47 Another Winter Trials of Mana
16:57 Around the World Daft Punk
17:07 Heated Mind The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II
17:16 Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1 The Flaming Lips
17:26 Bloom Nobly, Ink-Black Cherry Blossom ~ Border of Life Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom
17:35 Europe Endless Kraftwerk
17:45 Ordinary Days Lethal League
17:55 Prom Night Anamanaguchi
18:05 1812 Overture Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky
18:14 Outer Science Jin
18:24 Walkin' on the Sun Smash Mouth
18:33 Walking In the Air The Snowman
18:43 Run Run Rottytops Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
18:52 A Therapy for Pain Fear Factory
19:02 Ice Man Stage Mega Man
19:12 GAMERS! Gamers!
19:21 The Meaning of Truth F-Zero: GP Legend
19:31 Through the Fire and Flames DragonForce
19:50 Song of Storms The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
20:00 Wanted Person Battle Metal Saga
20:09 Star Wolf Star Fox 64
20:19 Cave Theme Final Fantasy II
20:28 Yummy Mighty Switch Force!
20:38 Kakushinteki Metamorufo-se! Himouto! Umaru-Chan
20:47 Clint Eastwood Gorillaz
20:57 Paint Your Wagon The Simpsons
21:07 The Entertainer Scott Joplin
21:16 FLOWER DJ YOSHITAKA
21:26 Hungarian Dance No. 5 Johannes Brahms
21:35 Stage 2 (Brains Town) Air Zonk
21:45 Watercolor Pendulum
21:54 Be Somewhere Buzy
22:04 Hyadain no Kakakata Katamoi Nichijou
22:14 Skinner and the Superintendent The Simpsons
22:23 Vs. Egg Dragoon Sonic Unleashed
22:33 Mausoleum Mash (1-3) Crypt of the NecroDancer
22:43 Advertising jingle 800-588-2300 Empire Today ad
22:53 Never Gonna Give You Up Rick Astley
23:02 Robo's Theme Chrono Trigger
23:11 Ocean Man Ween
23:21 I Hate Bernie Sanders SKIball ft. demopot
23:30 Anything Goes Kamen Rider OOO
23:40 Needle Man Stage Mega Man 3
23:50 Grace & Glory Jet Set Radio
23:59 Aim for the Top! ~Fly High~ Gunbuster
24:09 Youkoso Japari Park e Kemono Friends
24:19 Massive Explosion Dissida Final Fantasy NT
24:28 Close Your Eyes G-Senjou no Maou
24:38 So Lonely The Police
24:47 VS Team Magma/Aqua Leader Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire
24:57 ??? ???
25:06 Die Forelle Franz Schubert
25:16 Frère Jacques Nursery Rhyme
25:26 Hit the Road Jack Ray Charles
25:36 Stranger in Moscow Michael Jackson
25:45 Gourmet Race Kirby Super Star
25:55 New World Symphony Antonin Dvorak
26:04 RED ZONE Tatsh&NAOKI
26:24 Hammer Donkey Kong
26:28 Golden Hammer Wrecking Crew
26:33 Night of Nights COOL&CREATE
26:42 The Poem for Everyone's Souls / Aria of the Soul Revelations: Persona
26:52 Luna Ascension Tower of Heaven
27:02 Silent Shout The Knife
27:11 The Swamps The Smurfs (NES)
27:21 Ending Mahou Shoujo? Naria☆Girls
27:31 Got My Mind Set On You George Harrison
27:40 Gravity Beetle Stage Mega Man X3
27:50 ??? ???
27:59 Battle 1 Chrono Trigger
28:09 All Star Smash Mouth
28:19 Frantic Factory Donkey Kong 64
28:28 Weldar Banjo-Tooie
28:38 N.M.H No More Heroes
28:47 ??? ???
28:58 Guren No Yumiya Attack On Titan
29:07 Rules of Nature Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
29:16 Astral Burst Super Robot Wars K
29:26 Final of Puyo Puyo Puyo Puyo
29:36 Pinch Battle Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
29:45 ??? ???
29:55 Splash Wave Out Run
30:03 Il ballo del qua qua (Chicken Dance / Birdie Song) Romina Power
30:14 Visitors Koto
30:23 ??? (repeat from timestamp 3:50 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
30:33 The King's Love is for his People Super Robot Wars Z2.2
30:42 Promise Kohmi Hirose
30:52 Main Theme The Magnificent Seven
31:02 Mermaid girl Cream puff
31:11 Groose's Theme The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
31:21 Magitek Research Facility Final Fantasy VI
31:31 Die House Cuphead
31:40 Tarantella Napoletana Italian Folk Song
31:50 Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer Randy Brooks
32:09 Positive Force VVVVVV
32:19 Character Select Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
32:29 Stickerbush Symphony Donkey Kong Country 2
32:38 Ecuador Sash!
32:47 It's Everyday Bro Jake Paul ft. Team 10
32:57 Discussion Theme GameXplain
33:07 Factory Inspection Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
33:16 Driftveil City Pokémon Black and White
33:26 We Three Kings Christmas Carol
33:35 Triple Gear apxn
33:45 Battle 1 Final Fantasy III
33:55 mario paint camaro dustinbassi
34:04 It Burns! Burns! Burns! Loco Loco
34:14 Music and Sports Tim and Eric
34:23 B4U NAOKI MAEDA
34:33 Bamboléo Gipsy Kings
34:43 ASGORE Undertale
34:52 Ameno ERA
35:02 Sand Canyon 1 Kirby's Dream Land 3
35:11 Scatman (ski-ba-bop-ba-dop-bop) Scatman
35:21 ??? ???
35:31 Gang-Plank Galleon Donkey Kong Country
35:40 ??? ???
35:50 22 (Freudia's Theme) Rosenkreuzstilette
35:59 MTC S3RL
36:10 You Are a Pirate LazyTown
36:19 ??? (repeat from timestamp 6:14 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
36:28 ??? ???
36:38 I'M VEGAN!!! DIE, MEAT-EATERS!!! SONG Misha
36:47 ??? (repeat from timestamp 1:00:19 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
36:57 Carol of the Bells Christmas Carol
37:07 Goody's Return Android
37:17 Mr. Bear Advance Wars: Days of Ruin/Dark Conflict
37:26 ??? (repeat from timestamp 35:50 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
37:35 ??? (repeat from timestamp 30:53 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
37:45 Inferno Promare
37:55 ??? (repeat from timestamp 59:50 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
38:04 ??? ???
38:14 Run Away SunStroke Project
38:23 I Wish Infected Mushroom
38:33 What a Wonderful World Louis Armstrong
38:43 The Man with the Machine Gun Final Fantasy VIII
38:53 Necrofantasia Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom
39:02 Judgment Metal Slug 2
39:11 Cross Examination ~ Allegro 2001 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
39:21 Station to Station Initial D
39:31 Climb Up! And Get the Last Chance! F-Zero X
39:41 Type-A Tetris
39:50 Song of Voltes V Choudenji Machine Voltes V
39:59 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Christmas song
40:09 Ice Queen Within Temptation
40:19 Time Diver Super Robot Wars
40:28 Main Theme Super Smash Bros. Brawl
40:38 Light The Fire Up In The Night Persona Q
40:57 Dare to be Stupid "Weird Al" Yankovic
41:07 Mona Pizza WarioWare: Twisted!
41:16 Snowman EarthBound Beginnings/MOTHER
41:26 High Above the Land Shovel Knight
41:35 ??? ???
41:45 History Beckons SoulCalibur III
41:55 Tengu Man (Saturn) Mega Man 8
42:04 ??? ???
42:14 Take a Walk Passion Pit
42:24 Skyworld Kid Icarus
42:34 Queen of the Night The Magic Flute
42:42 The Typewriter Leeroy Anderson
42:52 Thos Moser Gupi & Fraxiom
43:02 Crazy Backup Dancers Touhou 16: Hidden Star in Four Seasons
43:11 Doopliss Battle Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
43:21 Dooper than Doop Doop
43:30 The Hustle Van McCoy
43:39 Sad Machine Porter Robinson
43:50 ??? ???
43:59 打打打打打打打打打打 Hige Driver
44:08 The Edge of Dawn Fire Emblem: Three Houses
44:18 SUPER-REFLEX Megalomachia2
44:28 FIGHTING KING SiIvaGunner: King for a Day Tournament
44:37 BE THE KING SiIvaGunner: King for Another Day Tournament
44:48 This Game No Game No Life
44:57 Companions Fire Emblem
45:07 money machine 100 gecs
45:16 We Like to Party Vengaboys
45:26 In the Hall of the Mountain King Edvard Grieg
45:35 Imitation (Kaiki's Theme) Nisemonogatari
45:45 Main Theme Luigi's Mansion
45:55 Csikós Post Hermann Necke
46:04 Let's Kill Each Other Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
46:14 Rude Buster Deltarune
46:23 Go Straight Streets of Rage 2
46:33 Fantastic Power TwinBee
46:43 Garten ipi
46:52 Frappe Snowland / Sherbert Land Mario Kart 64
47:02 Battle 2 Final Fantasy IV
47:12 Waltz No. 2 Dmitri Shostakovich
47:21 Snake Man Stage Mega Man 3
47:30 Temporary Secretary Paul McCartney
47:40 ??? ???
47:50 Colorful Cookie Lucky Vacuum
47:59 Clawdaddy Beach Yoshi's Woolly World
48:09 Down Under Men at Work
48:19 Shadiley P.E.P.E
48:29 STORM Getter Robo
48:38 ??? ???
48:47 Title Theme 20XX
48:57 Crimson Wings Ys IV: Mask of the Sun
49:06 Marble Machine Wintergatan
49:16 Badinerie from Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067 Johann Sebastian Bach
49:25 ??? (repeat from timestamp 56:19 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
49:35 Sparta Remix keatonkeaton999
49:45 Town Theme Wild Arms
49:54 Boss Theme Wild Guns
50:04 Pause Screen Wario World
50:14 "Loss.jpg", represented in audio form Ctrl+Alt+Del
50:24 Come On! Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
50:33 ??? ???
50:44 In-Game Music Metro-Cross
50:52 The Battle for Everyone's Souls Persona 3
51:02 Bubblegum Bitch Marina and the Diamonds
51:11 Dreamscape 009 Sound System
51:21 FloriDada Animal Collective
51:31 Pursuit ~ Cornered Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
51:40 CheetahMen Theme Action 52
51:50 SONG 6 EXTREME PAINTBRAWL
52:00 Metal Crusher Undertale
52:10 McDonald's Potato Fryer Alarm (マクドナルドのポテトが揚がった音) McDonald's
52:19 ??? (repeat from timestamp 1:02:43 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
52:29 ??? ???
52:38 Crystals Hotline Miami
52:48 Koopa Cape Mario Kart Wii
52:58 Brain Power NOMA
53:07 In My Dream Brain Powerd
53:16 The Last Wolf Suite Rurouni Kenshin
53:26 ??? (repeat from timestamp 51:22 from the Doc Wily Stage, which played two instruments from a segment from the original Stage Select) ???
53:36 At Doom's Gate Doom
53:45 O Come, All Ye Faithful Christmas Carol
53:55 ??? ???
54:04 Frost Man Stage Mega Man 8
54:14 Olaf's Theme Advance Wars
54:24 Rubicon Alan Braxe & Friends
54:33 Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger Daft Punk
54:43 The Wings of a Boy That Killed Adolescence Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
54:52 M.R. Rabi-Ribi
55:02 Athena Cykes ~ Courtroom Revolutionnaire Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies
55:11 L'Ariesienne Bizet
55:21 Opening Space Battleship Yamato
55:31 Electric Zoo SpongeBob SquarePants
55:40 Fly on a Dog The Megas
55:50 Bandit Radio S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
55:59 ??? ???
56:09 Lovely Yellow Va-Va-Vrooms Kirby Planet Robobot
56:18 ??? (repeat from timestamp 1:00:58 from the Doc Wily Stage) ???
56:28 Spark Mandrill Mega Man X
56:38 Evans DJ YOSHITAKA
56:48 Little Mac Down Punch-Out
56:57 ??? ???
57:07 SigSig kors k
57:16 Japan Break Industries 784
57:26 Rave:tech(^_^)New;world Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3
57:36 ??? ???
57:45 Knockerboys Mark Knight
57:55 Sorairo Days Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
58:04 Summer Samba Keisuke Egusa
58:14 Frost Walrus Stage 2 Mega Man X4
58:23 NÃO SOU OBRIGADA POCAH
58:33 Elec Man Stage Mega Man
58:43 TOUGH BOY TOM CAT 
58:52 ??? ???
59:02 Goodbye To A World Porter Robinson
59:11 Mary Did You Know The Gaither Vocal Band
59:21 Air Man ga Taosenai Team.Nekokan
59:31 ??? ???
59:40 Pomp and Circumstance March no. 1 Edward Elgar
59:50 Apache The Shadows
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2020.08.05 17:35 JackOfAllInterests1 What are your top 20 Bob Dylan songs? (Tournament Prep)

What are your top 20 Bob Dylan songs? I'm just curious about your list. You can also include songs from Christmas In The Heart, Self-Portrait, Dylan, Planet Waves, Basement Tapes, and Fallen Angels/Shadows In The Night/Triplicate. What are your top 20?
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2020.06.22 20:07 macmania_22 [For Sale] Thinning out the collection! A little bit of everything: Wilco, Dance Gavin Dance, Joy Division, Loretta Lynn, Apples in Stereo, Captain Beefheart, Stevie Nicks, Arctic Monkeys, and more!

Hey everyone! Since my last sales post went so well, I figured I'd do another one. Same as before, shipping is included in all prices to the CONUS from AL via USPS media mail. All items are graded conservatively, condition is marked as record/sleeve.
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves - VG+/VG (promotional copy, hype sticker affixed to sleeve, corner bend on bottom left corner) - SOLD
Loretta Lynn - Fist City - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - IC-01 Hanoi - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
Sleep - Leagues Beneath - VG+/VG+ - $10
Arcade Fire - Everything Now - VG+/VG+ - $12
Man In The Hills - Burning Spear - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
Ken McIntyre - Hindsight - VG+/VG+ - $15
Thursday - Full Collapse - VG+/VG+ - $15
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey (I'm not sure which pressing it is, but it's an early copy with a gatefold cover) - VG+/VG - $15
Honey Harper - Starmaker - VG+/VG+ - $15
The Doors – London Fog 1966 – VG+/VG+ - $15
The Monochrome Set – Love Zombies – VG+/VG+ - $15
Christelle Bofale - Swim Team - VG+/VG+ (unnumbered copy, includes original shrink + hype sticker) - SOLD
Arctic Monkeys - AM - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
Brian Eno & David Byrne - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts - VG+/VG+ (missing original inner sleeve) - SOLD
The White Stripes - S/T - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
The White Stripes - De Stijl - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
John Paul Keith - The Man That Time Forgot - VG+/VG (Autographed sleeve! Personalized to "Robert") - SOLD
Big Biz - Quadruple Single - VG/VG (plays VG+ except for a small pressing defect/warp on the very edge that causes skipping for the first few seconds on each side, item smells of cigarettes from a former owner) - $20
Jukio Kallio – Minit (Official Soundtrack) – NM/NM - $20
The Oh Sees – The Cool Death of Island Raiders – VG+/VG+ - SOLD
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band – Safe as Milk – VG+/VG+ (has a playable warp) - $25
Joy Division - Leigh Rock Festival (Live Bootleg) - VG+/VG+ (recording quality on this one is pretty rough, but it's listenable) - SOLD
Bon Iver – i,i - includes bonus 7" flexi - NM/NM (sealed copy) - SOLD
Hunter As A Horse / Little Lights - The Two Magics Vol. 1 / 4 Roughs - VG+/VG+ - $25
Dance Gavin Dance - Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean - VG+/VG+ - $35
Apples in Stereo - New Magnetic Wonder - VG+/VG (sleeve has corner bend on bottom right corner, small seam split in middle of top seam, approx 1" long, does not include poster) - $35
Wilco - Ode To Joy (Chicago Edition) - NM/NM (sealed copy) - SOLD
Stevie Nicks - The Best of Stevie Nicks: Timespace - VG+/VG+ - SOLD
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2020.06.20 02:10 VietRooster New Music Friday: June 19th, 2020

New Music Friday is a new weekly thread dedicated to chronicling all the Album/EP releases that came out this week. This is also a great place to discuss these albums, or bring to our attention other albums released this week.
❓ "this seems intriguing, maybe check it out?"
⭐ "yes im interested in this to some degree"
❤️ "ive been anticipating this for weeks, months and it's finally here"
Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher
Label: Dead Oceans
Genre: Singesongwriter, Indie Folk, Indie Rock
Owen (Mike Kinsella) - The Avalanche
Label: Polyvinyl Record Co.
Genre: Indie Folk, Singesongwriter, Dream Pop
Jockstrap - Wicked City (EP)
Label: Warp
Genre: Glitch Pop, Art Pop, Neo-Psychedelia
Braids - Shadow Offering
Label: Secret City Records
Genre: Indietronica, Art Pop, Dream Pop
Amnesia Scanner - Tearless
Label: PAN
Genre: Deconstructed Club, Glitch Pop, Post-Industrial
Wire - 10:20
Label: Pink Flag
Genre: Post-Punk, Art Rock
Gum Country (Courtney Garvin of The Courtneys and Connor Mayer) - Somewhere
Label: Burger Records
Genre: Lo-Fi Indie, Indie Rock
Don Bryant - You Make Me Feel
Label: Fat Possum Records
Genre: Southern Soul
Darkstar - Civic Jams
Label: Warp
Genre: Dubstep, Future Garage, Synthpop
Shimmertraps - LOOK!
Label: Spirit Goth
Genre: Indietronica, Dream Pop, Neo-Psych
Starchild & The New Romantic - Forever
Label: Ghostly International
Genre: Neo-Soul, Alternative R&B, Contemporary R&B
Constant Smiles - Control
Label: Sacred Bones Records
Genre: Synthpop, Coldwave
Paddlefish - Flyer
Label: self-released
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock
The Birthday Letters - Human Beauty
Label: self-released
Genre: Indie Folk, Indie Rock
Zoon - Bleached Wavves
Label: Paper Bag Records
Genre: Dream Pop, Shoegaze, Neo-Psych
Trash Talk - Squalor (EP)
Label: Trash Talk
Genre: Hardcore Punk
Baby Shakes - Shake the System
Label: self-released
Genre: Power Pop, Punk Rock
Someone - ORBIT II
Label: [PIAS] Holland
Genre: Indie Pop, Psych Pop
Caiti Baker - Mary of the North
Label: Settle Down Records
Genre: Blues Rock, Soul, Country Blues
Kyros - Celexa Dreams
Label: White Star Records
Genre: Progressive Rock, Neo-Prog
We Versus The Shark - Goodbye Guitar
Label: Ernest Jenning Record
Genre: Math Rock, Indie Rock, Noise Rock
The Microdance - Our Love Noire
Label: Somewherecold Records
Genre: Dream Pop, Shoegaze, New Wave
Amo Amo - Canta (EP)
Label: self-released
Genre: Indie Pop, Psychedelic Pop
Jill Barber - Entre nous
Label: Outside Music
Genre: Pop, Singesongwriter
Phantom Planet - Devastator
Label: Gong Records
Genre: Alternative Rock, Garage Rock Revival
Special Interest - The Passion Of
Label: Night School, Thrilling Living
Genre: Synth Punk, Electro-Industrial, EBM
Skinshape - Umoja
Label: Lewis Recordings
Genre: Neo-Psych, Indie Pop, Psych Soul
Ramakhandra - Ramakhandra
Label: Neo-Soul, Future Funk, Jazz Fusion
Genre: self-released
Croatian Amor - All In The Same Breath
Label: Posh Isolation
Genre: IDM, UK Bass, Ambient
Make Them Suffer - How To Survive A Funeral
Label: Rise Records
Genre: Melodic Metalcore, Metalcore
Baauer - PLANET'S MAD
Label: LuckyMe
Genre: Trap [EDM], Jungle Terror
Fantastic Negrito - Black Roots Music (EP)
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Genre: Soul, Blues Rock
Twain - Days of Effort and Ease
Label: self-released
Genre: Lo-Fi Indie, Indie Folk
Omar Rodriguez Lopez - The Clouds Hill Tapes, Pt. I
Label: Clouds Hill
Genre: Neo-Psychedelia, Art Rock
Bob Dylan - Rough And Rowdy Ways
Label: Columbia
Genre: Singesongwriter, Americana, Blues Rock
Neil Young - Homegrown
Label: Reprise Records
Genre: Singesongwriter, Country Rock, Folk Rock
Starflyer 59 - Miami (EP)
Label: Tooth & Nail
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Alt-Country
Mong Tong - Mystery
Label: Guruguru Brain
Genre: Neo-Psych, Experimental Rock
Tokyo Police Club - Church Demos
Label: self-released
Genre: Post-Punk, Indie Pop
Justine Skye - Bare With Me (The Album)
Label: Nynetineth
Genre: Contemporary R&B, Afrobeats
Teyana Taylor - THE ALBUM
Label: Def Jam
Genre: Contemporary R&B, Trap, Neo-Soul
Black Eyed Peas - TRANSLATION (animated cover)
Label: Universal Music Division Polydor
Genre: Reggaeton, Pop Rap
John Legend - Bigger Love
Label:Columbia
Genre: Neo-Soul, Contemporary R&B, Pop Soul
Smokepurpp - Florida Jit
Label: Alamo
Genre: Trap, Southern Hip Hop
Tee Grizzley - The Smartest
Label: 300 Entertainment
Genre: Trap
Wale - The Imperfect Storm (EP)
Label: Warner
Genre: East Coast Hip Hop, Pop Rap, Contemporary R&B
Curren$y & Fuse - Spring Clean
Label: Jet Life
Genre: Trap, Southern Hip Hop
Ethereal - E2
Label: self-released
Genre: Cloud Rap, Trap, Southern Hip Hop
Meyhem Lauren & Harry Fraud - Glass 2.0
Label: SRFSCHL, LLC
Genre: East Coast Hip Hop
❤️ Vile Creature - Glory, Glory! Apathy Took Helm!
Label: Prosthetic Records
Genre: Sludge Metal, Doom Metal, Atmospheric Sludge Metal
Protest the Hero - Palimpsest
Label: Sheet Happens
Genre: Progressive Metal, Melodic Metalcore
Mushroomhead - A Wonderful Life
Label: Napalm Records
Genre: Alternative Metal, Progressive Metal
Lamb of God - Lamb of God
Label: Ward
Genre: Groove Metal, Metalcore
Beyond the Black - Horizons
Label: Napalm Records
Genre: Symphonic Metal
New Found Glory - Forever and Ever x Infinity
Label: Hopeless Records
Genre: Pop Punk, Punk Rock
Eye of Nix - Ligeia
Label: Prophecy Productions
Genre: Atmospheric Sludge Metal, Avant-Garde Metal, Black Metal
Hail Spirit Noir - Eden In Reverse
Label: Agonia Records
Genre: Progressive Metal, Psychedelic Rock
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2020.06.12 18:48 creature_fear12 [For Sale] Back Again With Over 500 $4 LPs!! Rock, Pop, Prog Rock, Hard Rock, Southern Rock, Psych, Jazz, Soul, R&B, Folk, Country, New Age, Latin, Comedy, Soundtracks and More!

Recently updated with over 200 new titles since my last post two weeks ago, in all over 500 titles to choose from!
Once again, everything listed below is $4 apiece. LPs are a combination of original US presses, early reissues and the occasional foreign press - no modern reissues here. Shipping is a flat rate of $5 for as many LPs as I can fit into a single mailer (usually 6-8 LPs, depending on gatefolds, 2LPs, box sets, etc.). If you want a bunch I'm happy to work something out! Payments through PayPal only please. All items ship via USPS media mail with tracking.
Minimum purchase of 3 LPs prior to shipping
All items grade at VG/VG or better unless otherwise noted
Here's the list!
Rock/Pop/Etc.
Lee Aaron ‎– Metal Queen
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings (Cover VG-)
The Allman Brothers Band - Win, Lose Or Draw
America - Greatest Hits
America - Holiday
Angel - On Earth As It Is In Heaven
Adam Ant - Strip
April Wine - The Nature Of The Beast
April Wine - First Glance
Joan Armatrading - S/T
The B-52's - Mesopotamia
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - S/T
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Bachman-Turner Overdrive II
Bad Company - Run With The Pack
John Baldry - It Ain't Easy
Bangles ‎– All Over The Place
Bangles - Bangles
Bangles - Different Light
Bangles - Everything
Be Bop Deluxe - The Best of and The Rest Of 2LP
The Beach Boys - California Girls/All Summer Long 2LP (VG-)
The Beatles - VI (G+)
Jeff Beck - Blow By Blow
Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group - Live
Pat Benetar - Precious Time
Pat Benetar - Tropico
Pat Benetar - Seven The Hard Way
Pat Benetar - Crimes Of Passion
Pat Benetar - In The Heat Of The Night
Chuck Berry - Rockit
Billion Dollar Babies - Battle Axe
Blood, Sweat & Tears - 3
Bloomfield/KoopeStills - Super Session
Blue Oyster Cult - On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
Tommy Bolin - Teaser
Boston - Boston
Boston - Don’t Look Back
Jackson Browne - Hold Out
Roy Buchanan - You're Not Alone
The Jon Butcher Axis - Along The Axis
The Byrds - Greatest Hits
The Call - Reconciled
The Cars - Panorama
The Cars - The Cars
Cheap Trick - Standing On The Edge
Cher - S/T 2LP
Chicago - Chicago
Chicago - V
Chicago - VI
The Dave Clark Five - Weekend In London
The Dave Clark Five - Best Of
Climax Blues Band - FM/Live
Climax Blues Band - Lucky For Some
Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated
Cold Blood - Sisyphus
Cold Blood - Cold Blood (Vinyl VG-)
Cold Blood - Thriller (Cover VG-)
Cold Blood - First Taste Of Sin
Chi Coltrane ‎– Chi Coltrane
Ry Cooder - Paradise And Lunch
Ry Cooder - Into The Purple Valley
Ry Cooder - The Border
Ry Cooder - Bop Till You Drop
Country Joe And The Fish - Together
Country Joe And The Fish - I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die
Jim Croce - Greatest Love Songs (Slight warp, doesn't affect play)
Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young - So Far
Jackie DeShannon ‎– Laurel Canyon
Neil Diamond - Touching You Touching Me
Thomas Dolby - The Flat Earth
Doll By Doll ‎– Gypsy Blood
The Doobie Brothers - Stampede
Ian Dury & The Blockheads - Laughter
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves
John Entwistle - Whistle Rhymes
John Entwistle's Ox - Mad Dog
John Entwistle's Rigor Mortis Sets In - S/T
Marianne Faithfull ‎– Marianne Faithfull
Fanny - Rock n Roll Survivors
The Fixx - Walkabout
The Fixx - Phantoms
Flash And The Pan - Headlines
Foghat - Night Shift
Foghat - Live
Foghat - Energized
John Fogerty - S/T (CCR)
John Fogerty - Eye Of The Zombie
Lita Ford - Gotta Let Go 12"
Frank Chickens ‎– We Are Frank Chickens
Art Garfunkel - Watermark
Judy Garland ‎– Judy Garland
Geils - Monkey Island
Godley & Creme - The Histroy Mix Volume 1
Grand Funk - Phoenix
Grand Funk Railroad - Survival
Grand Funk Railroad - Shinin' On
Grand Funk Railroad - Live Album
Grand Funk Railroad - Caught In The Act
Grand Funk Railroad - Grand Funk
El Grupo Sexo - Mom's Home
Hall & Oates - Rock N Soul Part 1
Debbie Harry - KooKoo
Heart - Magazine
Heart - Bebe Le Strange
Honk ‎– The Original Sound Track from Five Summer Stories
Hot Tuna - Burgers
Hot Tuna - Yellow Fever
Humble Pie - Smokin'
The Indigo Girls - Strange Fire
It's A Beautiful Day ‎– Choice Quality Stuff / Anytime
Jan & Dean - Anthology Album
Jan & Dean - Golden Hits
Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (Cover G+)
Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers
Jefferson Airplane - Crown Of Creation
Jefferson Airplane - Bless Its Pointed Little Head
Jefferson Starship/Paul Kantner - Blows Against The Empire
Jefferson Starship - Dragon Fly
Jefferson Starship - Spitfire
Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus
Jethro Tull - Bursting Out - Live
Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood
Jethro Tull - A Passion Play
Jethro Tull - Stand Up (VG-)
Jethro Tull - Benefit
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Fake Friends 12"
Jo Jo Gunne - S/T
Jo Jo Gunne - Jumpin' The Gunne
Jo Jo Gunne - Bite Down Hard
Elton John - Victim Of Love
Elton John - Friends
Elton John - Elton John
Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection
Elton John - Greatest Hits
Rickie Lee Jones ‎– Rickie Lee Jones
Rickie Lee Jones - Flying Cowboys
Rickie Lee Jones - Girl At Her Volcano
Jorma Kaukonen & Vital Parts - Barbeque King
KGB ‎– KGB
Carole King - Welcome Home
Carole King - One To One
The Knack - ...But The Little Girls Understand
Huey Lewis And The News - Sports
Lone Justice - Lone Justice
Lone Justice - Shelter
The Lovin' Spoonful - Hums Of The Lovin' Spoonful
Mama Cass - Dream A Little Dream
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Get Your Rocks Off
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - S/T
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Angel Station
Dave Mason - Let It Flow
Christine McVie ‎– The Legendary Christine Perfect Album
Lee Michaels - S/T
Lee Michaels ‎– Barrel
The Steve Miller Band - Brave New World
Steve Miller Band - Book Of Dreams
Steve Miller Band - Number 5
Steve Miller Band - Your Saving Grace
Missing Persons - Rhyme & Reason
Missing Persons - Spring Session M
Molly Hatchet - Flirtin' With Disaster
Montrose - Montrose
Montrose - Warner Bros Presents
Gary Moore - Corridors Of Power
The Motels - Little Robbers
Mott The Hoople - Mott
Mott The Hoople - The Hoople
Mountain - Climbing!
Elliot Murphy - Aquashow
Graham Nash - Wild Tales
Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog (VG-)
New Riders Of The Purple Sage - S/T
Laura Nyro ‎– Nested
Laura Nyro - The First Songs
Ted Nugent - Weekend Warriors
Ric Ocasek - Beatitude
Roy Orbison - More Greatest Hits
The Pirates - Out Of Their Skulls
Grace Pool - S/T
Precious Metal ‎– That Kind Of Girl
The Pretenders - Pretenders
The Pretenders - Extended Play
Elvis Presley - Elvis’ Golden Records
Elvis Presley - Golden Records Volume 3
Elvis Presley - In Person At The International Hotel 2 LP
Elvis Presley - Elvis' Christmas Album
Elvis Presley - Blue Hawaii (Cover VG-)
Suzi Quatro - Suzi... And Other Four Letter Words
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Shady Grove
Rainbow - Straight Between The Eyes
Rainbow - Jealous Lover EP
Gerry Rafferty - Can I Have My Money Back?
Gerry Rafferty - North And South
Rare Earth - One World
R.E.M. - Fall On Me 12”
The Rolling Stones - Get Your Ya Ya's Out (Cover G+)
The Rolling Stones - Love You Live
Todd Rundgren - Todd (G+)
Todd Rundgren - Back To The Bars
Todd Rundgren - A Capella
Todd Rundgren’s Utopia - Another Live
Todd Rundgren's Utopia - Ra
Bobby Rydell ‎– We Got Love
Mitch Ryder - Naked But Not Dead
Carlos Santana ‎– Blues For Salvador
Savoy Brown - A Step Further
Boz Scaggs - The Boz Scaggs Sampler
Carly Simon - S/T
Simply Red - Picture Book
Siren ‎– All Is Forgiven
Slade - Sladest
Grace Slick And Paul Kantner - Sunfighter
Patti Smith - People Have The Power 12"
The Smithereens - Especially For You
Spooky Tooth/Pierre Henry - Ceremony
Ringo Starr - Ringo
Steppenwolf - Early Steppenwolf
Steppenwolf - Monster
Cat Stevens - Back To Earth
Cat Stevens - Foreigner
Cat Stevens - Catch Bull At Four
Cat Stevens ‎– Footsteps In The Dark - Greatest Hits Volume Two
Rod Stewart - Blondes Have More Fun
Rod Stewart - Foot Loose & Fancy Free
Rod Stewart - A Night On The Town
Rod Stewart - Greatest Hits
Rod Stewart - Every Picture Tells A Story
Stephen Stills - S/T
Al Stewart - Year Of The Cat
Stoneground - Stoneground
Tangier - Four Winds
James Taylor - Mud Slide Slim
James Taylor - Greatest Hits
James Taylor - Never Die Young
Mick Taylor - S/T
Ten Years After ‎– Watt
George Thorogood And The Destroyers - Maverick
Three Dog Night - Naturally
Pete Townshend - Who Came First
Pete Townshend - Deep End Live!
Pete Townshend-Ronnie Lane - Rough Mix
Traffic - Welcome To The Canteen
Robin Trower - Bridge Of Sighs
Robin Trower - For Earth Below
The Tubes - What Do You Want From Live
The Tubes - Outside Inside
The Turtles - Turtle Soup
The Turtles - More Golden Hits
Tommy Tutone - Tommy Tutone-2
Dwight Twilley - Wild Dogs
U2 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 12"
Uriah Heep - Wonderworld
Uriah Heep - Innocent Victim
Uriah Heep - Fallen Angel
Various - The Anthology Of British Blues
Various - Live And Heavy (Nazareth, Motorhead, Sabbath, Rainbow..)
Various ‎– Castle Donnington: Monsters Of Rock (Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine + more)
The Ventures - Swamp Rock
The Ventures - Rock And Roll Forever
Joe Walsh - But Seriously Folks
Joe Walsh - You Bought It You Name It
Wings - Band On The Run
The Edgar Winter Group ‎– They Only Come Out At Night
Edgar Winter's White Trash - Roadwork
Johnny Winter - S/T
XTC - Dear God 12"
Yankees ‎– High 'N' Inside (Great Private press Power Pop LP)
Neil Young - Trans
Neil Young - Sample And Hold 12"
The Youngbloods - The Best Of
Zebra - Zebra
Prog Rock/Art Rock, Etc.
Mike Batt With The London Symphony Orchestra ‎– Schizophonia
Brand X ‎– Moroccan Roll
Brand X - Livestock (Cover VG-)
Keith Emerson - Nighthawks OST
Keith Emerson with The Nice - S/T
Keith Emerson & The Nice - Attention!
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tarkus
Emerson Lake & Palmer - In Concert
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Welcome Back My Friends..
FM - City Of Fear
FM - Black Noise
Steve Hackett ‎– Please Don't Touch!
Kansas - Kansas
Kansas - Masque
Kansas - Song For America
Kansas - Point Of Know Return
Kansas - Vinyl Confessions
Kansas - Audio Visions
Kansas - Leftoverture
Kansas - Monolith
Kayak - Royal Red Bouncer
Man - Slow Motion
Marillion - Brief Encounter
The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance
The Moody Blues - The Present
The Moody Blues - To Our Childrens Children
Patrick Moraz - The Story Of i
Patrick Moraz - S/T
Patrick Moraz - Human Interface
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
Renaissance - Prologue
Sky - Sky 2LP
Sky ‎– Sky 3
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp - I Advance Masked
Thee Image - Thee Image
Rick Wakeman - Criminal Record
Zon - Astral Projector
Jazz
Airto - Virgin Land (Cover G+)
Nestor Amaral And His Continentals - Brazil
Ammons/Lux Lewis/Johnson - Boogie Woogie
Louis Armstrong - Greatest Hits
Louis Armstrong And His All Stars - In Concert
Louis Armstrong - Volume II
Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Bessie Smith - The Blues Heritage
Louis Armstrong - Hello, Dolly!
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express ‎– Happiness Heartaches
Gato Barbieri - El Pampero
Warren Barker And Frank Comstock ‎– TV Guide Top Television Themes
Sidney Bechet - The Blue Bechet
Bix Beiderbecke - 1924
David Benoit - This Side Up
George Benson - Weekend in LA
Earl Bostic - 14 Hits
Charlie Byrd - Direct Disc Recording
Barbara Carroll - Plays The Best Of George & Ira Gershwin
Barbara Carroll - Satin Doll
Stanley Clarke - Children Of Forever
Stanley Clarke - Rocks, Pebbles And Sand
Stanley Clarke - If This Bass Could Only Talk
Nat King Cole - Tell Me All About Yourself
Nat King Cole - Ramblin' Rose
Jackie Coon - Jazzin' Around
Chick Corea - Delphi 1
Larry Coryell - Spaces
Roy Eldridge - Happy Time w/ Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Ray Brown
Duke Ellington - The 1954 Los Angeles Concert
Eureka Brass Band ‎– Jazz At Preservation Hall I
Wilton Felder - Inherit The Wind
George Golla ‎– Quiet Moods (Private press Jazz Guitar)
Benny Goodman - The Great Benny Goodman
Benny Goodman - Roll 'Em Vol 1
Dave Grusin ‎– A Jazz Version Of The Broadway Hit Subways Are For Sleeping (VG-)
Dave Grusin ‎– Mountain Dance
Bobby Hackett And Jack Teagarden - Jazz Ultimate
The Bobby Hackett Quartet Plus Vic Dickenson - S/T
Jan Hammer Group - Oh, Yeah?
Lionel Hampton Orchestra - The Stereophonic Sound Of Lionel Hampton
Lionel Hampton - The Blues Ain't News To Me 2LP
Lionel Hampton - Lionel
John Handy - Carnival
John Handy - Hard Work
Coleman Hawkins - Jazz Session In Swingville 2LP
Wayne Henderson - Big Daddy's Place
Jon Hendricks & Company ‎– Love
Billie Holiday - The Immortal
Paul Horn - Inside
Paul Horn - Inside The Great Pyramid
Lena Horne/Harry Belafonte - Porgy And Bess
Hummingbird (Awesome Funky Jazz) - Diamond Nights
Hummingbird - We Can't Go On Meeting Like This
Bob James - Touchdown
Keith Jarrett - Facing You
Bunk Johnson / Lu Watters ‎– Bunk & Lu
Bunk Johnson & George Lewis - New Orleans Classics
Michael Jones - Seascapes Piano Solos
Tom Justice - Justice Makes Love
Tom Justice And The Biscayne Jazz Band ‎– Jazz You Like It (Great Cajun/New Orleans style Jazz)
John Klemmer - Touch MFSL
Yank Lawson And Bob Haggart - The World's Greatest Jazz Band
George Lewis And His New Orleans All Stars - S/T
Meade Lux Lewis - Barrel House Piano
Mahavishnu Orchestra With The London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas ‎– Apocalypse
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds Of fire
Herbie Mann - Reggae
Herbie Mann - New Mann At Newport
Mark-Almond - Mark-Almond
Wynton Marsalis - Black Codes (From The Underground)
David Matthews With Whirlwind - Shoogie Wanna Boogie
Al Di Meola / John McLaughlin / Paco De Lucia ‎– Friday Night In San Francisco
Pat Metheny - New Chautauqua
Red Mitchell - Red Mitchell (VG-)
The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues At Carnegie Hall
Jelly Roll Morton - Archive Of Jazz
Turk Murphy's Jazz Band - San Francisco Jazz
Turk Murphy's Jazz Band - San Francisco Memories
Jimmy Noon & Earl Hines - At The Apex Club
Red Norvo, Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa.. - Jazz Concert
André Previn, Gerry Mulligan, Carmen McRae ‎– Performing Music From The Subterraneans - Original Sound Track Album (Cover VG-)
Buddy Rich Big Band - Europa Jazz
George Russell & The Living Time Orchestra - The African Game
Pee Wee Russell - S/T
Mongo Santamaria - Red Hot
Bud Shank - I Hear Music
Don Shirley Trio - In Concert
Bessie Smith - The Empress 2LP
Bessie Smith - The World's Greatest Blues Singer 2LP
Bessie Smith - The Bessie Smith Story Vol I w/ Louis Armstrong
Bessie Smith - The Bessie Smith Story Vol III w/ Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six
Muggsy Spanier And Sidney Bechet - Ragtime Jazz
Spyro Gyra - Breakout
Art Tatum - Piano Magic
Jack Teagarden's Big Eight/Pee Wee Russell's Rhythmakers ‎– Jack Teagarden's Big Eight / Pee Wee Russell's Rhythmakers
Ralph Towner & Gary Burton - Match Book
Various - The Giants Of Jazz (Brubeck, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Monk..)
Various - Columbia Jazz Masterpieces -- Sampler Vol 1 (Armstrong, Brubeck, Miles, Duke, Holiday..)
Various - Columbia Jazz Masterpieces -- Sampler Vol II (Miles, Brubeck, Monk, Duke, Mingus, Holiday..)
Various - Columbia Jazz Masterpieces -- Sampler Vol III (Miles, Duke, Errol Garner..)
Various - Atlantic Jazz -- West Coast (These are awesome compilations featuring various styles/regions of Jazz music)
Various - Atlantic Jazz -- Introspection
Various - Atlantic Jazz -- New Orleans
Various - Atlantic Jazz -- Kansas City
Various - Atlantic Jazz -- Mainstream
Various - The Jazz Trumpet 2LP on Prestige
Various - I Like Jazz (Brubeck, Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Duke..) (Cover VG-)
Various - The Commodore Jazz Classics (3LP Boxset)
Various - The Best Of Chess Jazz 2LP
Various - Chicago Jazz Summit
Sarah Vaughan - Duke Ellington Song Book Two
Dinah Washington ‎– Dinah Jams (Japanese press)
Lou Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band - S/T
Jay White - Street Scene
Soul/R&B/Funk/Disco
Automatic Man - S/T
Bus Boys - Minimum Wage Rock & Roll
Commodores - Natural High
Commodores - Heroes
Godfrey Daniel ‎– Take A Sad Song...
Tyrone Davis - Turning Point!
Fats Domino ‎– Sings Million Record Hits
Fats Domino - Twistin' The Stomp (Cover VG-)
Dobie Gray - Drift Away
Alberta Hunter - The Glory Of
The Jacksons - Triumph
J.O.B. Orquestra ‎– Open The Doors To Your Heart
Gladys Knight & The Pips - Everybody Needs Love
Kongas ‎– Africanism
C.P. Love - S/T
O.B. McClinton - Album No. 2
Papa John Creach ‎– Filthy!
Teddy Pendergrass - TP
The Persuasions - Comin' At Ya
The Pointer Sisters - Energy
Lea Roberts - Lady Lea
Smokey Robinson - Yes It's You Lady
Diana Ross - Lady Sings The Blues 2LP
Diana Ross & Lionel Richie - Endless Love
The Shirelles - Sweet Soul From 2LP
Silver Convention - S/T
Donna Summer - A Love Trilogy
Donna Summer - She Works Hard For The Money
Donna Summer - Donna Summer
Donna Summer - Greatest Hits Vol 1/2 2LP
Donna Summer - Bad Girls
The Supremes - A Bit Of Liverpool (Cover VG-)
The Sylvers - The Best Of
Johnnie Taylor - Super Taylor
The Temptations - Christmas Card
Tina Turner - Private Dancer
Tine Turner - Break Every Rule
Various - Soul Explosion Part 2
Various - The Big Chill OST (Marvin Gaye, Temptations, Miracles, Aretha..)
War - Deliver The Word
Bobby Womack - So Many Rivers
Folk/Country/Southern Rock
A Goodly Company Of Dulcimer Artists ‎– Pastime With Good Company - Dulcimer Music For The Christmas Season
Area Code 615 - S/T
Joan Baez - Recently
Joan Baez - Any Day Now
Bobby Bare - Hard Time Hungrys
Richard Betts ‎– Highway Call
Black Oak Arkansas - High On The Hog
Black Oak Arkansas - Keep The Faith
J.D. Blackfoot - Southbound And Gone
Glen Campbell - The Artistry Of 2LP
Johnny Cash - Now There Was A Song!
Harry Chapin - Heads & Tails
Patsy Cline - Today Tomorrow & Forever (Top seam unglued)
Malcolm Dalglish & Grey Larsen ‎– The First Of Autumn
The Charlie Daniels Band - Whiskey
John Denver - Greatest Hits
John Denver - I Want To Live
John Denver - Aerie
John Denver - Autograph
John Denver - Whose Garden Was This
John Denver - Spirit
John Denver - Farewell Andromeda
Jonathan Edwards - S/T
Joe Ely - Honky Tonk Masquerade
Joe Ely - Musta Notta Gotta Lotta
John Fahey - Christmas Guitar Volume One
Kinky Friedman - Sold American (Cover VG-)
Lowell George - Thanks I'll Eat It Here
Norman Greenbaum - Petaluma
Norman Greenbaum With Dr. West's Medicine Show And Junk Band
Arlo Guthrie - S/T
Arlo Guthrie - Amigo
Tim Hardin ‎– Suite For Susan Moore And Damion - We Are - One, One, All In One
Emmylou Harris - Evangeline
Emmylou Harris - Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town
Emmylou Harris - Thirteen
Burl Ives - More Folksongs By 10"
Waylon Jennings And The Kimberleys - S/T (VG-)
Leo Kottke - Leo Kottke
Leo Kottke - Burnt Lips
Sleepy LaBeef - It Ain't What You Eat It's The Way How You Chew It
k.d. lang ‎– The Making Of Shadowland
Peter Lang - Back To The Wall
Mama's Pride ‎– Mama's Pride
Mother Earth - Living With The Animals
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - All The Good Times
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - The Rest Of The Dream
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Ricochet
The Outlaws - Outlaws
Dolly Parton - All I Can Do
Jim Post ‎– Slow To 20
Mason Proffit ‎– Wanted
Redwing - Redwing
The Roches ‎– Keep On Doing
Kenny Rogers And The First Edition ‎– Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
Linda Ronstadt & The Stone Poneys - Stoney End
Linda Ronstadt - Hand Sown Home Grown
Linda Ronstadt - Greatest Hits
Linda Ronstadt - S/T
Linda Ronstadt - Different Drum
Linda Ronstadt - Silk Purse
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like A Wheel
Tom Rush - Tom Rush
John B Sebastian - S/T
Pete Seeger - Strangers And Cousins
Pete Seeger - Rainbow Race
John Stewart - California Bloodlines
The Stone Poneys Feat. Linda Ronstadt - S/T
Various - Rockabilly The Roots of Rock & Roll
Various - White Mansions - A Tale From The American Civil War 1861-1865 (Jessi Coulter, Waylon Jennings, John Dillon, Steve Cash)
Various - The Legend Of Jesse James (Levon Helm, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Charlie Daniels)
Wet Willie - The Wetter The Better
Hank Williams Sr - Live At The Grand Ole Opry
Jesse Colin Young ‎– The Soul Of A City Boy
Jesse Colin Young - Love On The Wing
Jesse Colin Young - Light Shine
Jesse Colin Young - Songbird
Jesse Colin Young - Song For Juli
New Age/Ambient
George Cromarty - Wind In The Heather
Steven Halpern - Georgia Kelly - Ancient Echoes
Steven Halpern - Prelude
Andreas Vollenweider ‎– ... Behind The Gardens - Behind The Wall - Under The Tree ...
Latin
Estanco Molocos - S/T
Sabicas - Gypsy Flamenco
Valses Mexicanos - Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlan
Soundtracks
Beauty and The Beast / Of Love and Hope (Music and Poetry)
The Blue Lagoon
Buck Rogers In The 25th Century (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Dirty Dancing In Concert
Earthquake
Electra Glide In Blue
Goldfinger
Light Of Day
Lisztomania
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Pete's Dragon - Disney
The Razor’s Edge
The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Audience Par-Tic-I-Pation
Saturday Night Fever
Shogun
Silent Running
Superman (Cover VG-)
Times Square
To Sir, With Love
The London Symphony Orchestra And Chambre Choir ‎– Tommy / As Performed By The London Symphony Orchestra And Chambre Choir With Guest Soloists Boxset
Various ‎– Fonzie Favorites
Comedy/Spoken Word
Cheech And Chong - S/T
Cheech And Ching - Wedding Album
The Firesign Theatre - I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus
Redd Foxx - Adults Only
Dick Gregory - At Kent State 2LP
Tom Lehrer - Songs By Tom Lehrer
The Monty Python Instant Record Collection
National Lampoon - White Album
Orson Welles - The Begatting Of The President
Miscellaneous
Bach, Wendy Carlos ‎– Switched-On Brandenburgs (The Complete Concertos)
Boniface Bonnie ‎– Night & Daylight Yeibichei (Native American)
Bonzo Dog Band ‎– Beast Of The Bonzos
Kinichi Nakanoshima - Koto And Flute
Tomita ‎– Snowflakes Are Dancing
Tomita - Firebird
Tomita - The Planets
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2020.06.08 03:12 rogerrocket480 [For Sale] Lots Of Heavy Hitter Artists - Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Prince, Depeche Mode, R.E.M., Brian Eno, Herbie Hancock, Donald Byrd & More...

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At this time (due to the current situation) I am only shipping addresses within the USA. Apologies to anyone outside the USA.
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Please read the grading for each record carefully! PM me if you have any questions. I visually grade AND play grade every record. I try to grade conservatively.
(Graded by record first, then jacket / U.S. pressings unless noted otherwise)
 
SOLDA-Ha - Hunting High And Low (Warner Bros.) Original 1985 pressing. VG+/VG+ $10
SOLDThe Beatles - Yesterday And Today (Capitol/Apple) 1971 Apple label pressing. Jacket has "Trunk" cover with "Gold Record Award" logo. VG+/VG+ $15
SOLDThe Blackbyrds - Action (Fantasy) Original 1977 pressing. Gatefold jacket still in shrink. VG+/VG++ $15
SOLDDonald Byrd - Places And Spaces (Blue Note) Original 1975 pressing. Vinyl looks a bit dicey, but play grades closer to VG+. Jacket has small hole punch. VG/VG $10
Codona - Codona 2 (ECM) Original 1981 pressing. With Colin Walcott, Don Cherry and Nana Vasoncelos. VG++/VG+ $15
SOLDLeonard Cohen - Songs Of Love And Hate (Columbia/Legacy) 2016 German 180 gram vinyl repress. NM/VG+ $12
SOLDAlice Cooper - Love It To Death (Straight/Warner Bros.) 1971 pressing with olive green Staight/WB label and gatefold jacket with censored cover. VG/VG $5
SOLDCream - The Best Of Cream (Atco) Original 1969 pressing. VG+/VG+ $7
Sonny Criss - Portrait Of Sonny Criss (Prestige) 1991 OJC reissue. VG+/VG+ $15
SOLDDepeche Mode - Catching Up With Depeche Mode (Sire) Original 1985 pressing. Compilation. VG+/VG+ $20
SOLDBob Dylan - Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits (Columbia) 1967 stereo pressing with "2-Eye" label. NO poster. VG/VG $6
SOLDBob Dylan - Planet Waves (Asylum) Original 1974 pressing. Jacket has a cut corner. VG/VG $4
SOLDBob Dylan / The Band - Before The Flood (Asylum) 2LP original 1974 live album. VG+/VG+/VG $15
SOLDEno, Moebius, Roedelius - After The Heat (Sky) Original 1978 German pressing. VG++/VG+ $25
SOLDErasure - The Innocents (Sire) Original 1988 pressing. VG+/VG+ $12
SOLDFleetwood Mac - Rumours (Warner Bros.) Original 1977 Los Angeles pressing. Textured jacket. Includes insert. VG+/VG+ $15
SOLDAce Frehley (Kiss) - self-titled (Casablanca) Original 1978 pressing. With original printed inner sleeve and poster. VG+/VG $15
SOLDFuzz - self-titled (In The Red) 2013 black vinyl pressing. Gatefold jacket. Vinyl is almost NM. VG++/VG++ $13
SOLDGentle Giant - Octopus (Columbia) Original 1973 pressing with die-cut jacket. VG+/VG+ $12
SOLDGentle Giant - Freehand (Capitol) Original 1975 pressing. VG+/VG+ $6
SOLDGentle Giant - Playing The Fool (Capitol) 2LP original 1977 pressing. Gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+/VG+ $7
SOLDGentle Giant - Giant For A Day (Capitol) Original 1978 pressing. With printed inner sleeve that has the cut-out giant mask. VG+/VG+ $6
SOLDGong - Expresso (Virgin) Original 1977 pressing. VG/VG+ $5
SOLDHerbie Hancock - Thrust (Columbia) Original 1974 pressing. VG+/VG+ $12
SOLDHerbie Hancock - Sunlight (Columbia) Original 1978 pressing. VG+/VG+ $10
Hawkwind - In Search Of Space (United Artists) 1972 pressing with die-cut jacket, but missing the "log book". Jacket has a lot of wear and creasing. VG/VG $10
SOLDHeart - Dreamboat Annie (Mushroom) Original 1975 pressing. Gatefold jacket. VG/VG+ $4
SOLDThe Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love (Reprise) Mid 1970's repress. Gatefold jacket. VG/VG+ $8
SOLDThe Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland (Reprise) 1970's 2LP Columbia House Record Club issue. Gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+/VG+ $20
SOLDJimi Hendrix - Crash Landing (Reprise) Original 1975 pressing. Jacket has small amount of writing on back. VG/VG $3
SOLDBilly Idol - Rebel Yell (Chrysalis) Original 1983 pressing. VG/VG $4
SOLDEddie Jefferson - The Main Man (Inner City) Original 1977 pressing. Jacket still in shrink with a cut corner. Soul Jazz. VG+/VG+ $7
Hubert Laws - In The Beginning (CTI) 2LP 1974 white label promo. Gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+/VG+ $7
SOLDMC5 - Kick Out The Jams (Elektra) 2012 European 180 gram vinyl pressing. Gatefold jacket. VG++/VG++ $12
Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman - Song X (Geffen) Original 1986 pressing. VG++/VG+ $6
SOLDBob Mosley - self-titled (Reprise) Original 1972 pressing. Moby Grape member. VG+/VG+ $8
Old Man's Will - self-titled (Easy Rider) 2014 GREEN VINYL pressing. Jacket still in shrink. VG++/VG++ $15
SOLDPrince And The Revolution - Around The World In A Day (Paisley Park) Original 1985 pressing. Gatefold jacket. "Balloon Boy" sticker attached to the plastic inner sleeve. VG++/VG+ $12
SOLDPrince And The Revolution - Parade (Paisley Park) Original 1986 pressing. gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+ $10
SOLDR.E.M. - Document (I.R.S.) Original 1987 pressing. Jacket has a couple light surface creases on front. VG+/VG $14
SOLDSteely Dan - Aja (ABC) Original 1977 pressing. Glossy gatefold jacket. VG/VG $7
SOLDStanley Turrentine - Cherry (CTI) Original 1972 pressing. Gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+ $10
SOLDStanley Turrentine - Sugar Man (CTI) Original 1975 pressing. Gatefold jacket. VG+/VG+ $7
SOLDUltimate Spinach - self-titled (MGM) Original 1968 pressing. Vinyl looks a little rough, but plays fine. Gatefold jacket has a couple of seam splits. VG/VG $15
Van Halen - Women And Children First (Warner Bros.) Original 1980 pressing. NO poster. VG+/VG+ $6
SOLDVan Halen - 5150 (Warner Bros.) 1986 Columbia House Record Club issue. Jacket has small amount of writing on front and a lot of edge wear. VG+/VG $6
Tony Williams - The Joy Of Flying (Columbia) Original 1979 pressing. VG/VG+ $4
SOLDWindhand self-titled (Forcefield) 2012 black vinyl pressing. Gatefold jacket. With insert. VG+/VG++ $22
SOLDWindhand Soma (Forcefield) 2014 2LP BRONZE VINYL pressing. Gatefold jacket. NM/NM $24
SOLDStevie Wonder - Talking Book (Tamla) Original 1972 pressing. Gatefold jacket with braille on the cover. VG/VG $7
SOLDNeil Young - Live Rust (Reprise) Original 1979 2LP pressing.Gatefold jacket has moderate wear (particularly on the spine) VG/VG/VG $7
SOLDWarren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Asylum) Original 1978 pressing. Small saw cut in jacket. VG++/VG+ $10
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2020.05.23 21:23 creature_fear12 [For Sale] Memorial Day Weekend Mega Sale - Over 175 $4 LPs! Rock, Pop, Prog, Jazz, Soul, Folk, Southern Rock, Soundtracks & More!

Clearing out some boxes and parting will the following long list of titles. Everything listed below is $4 apiece. LPs are a combination of original US presses, early reissues and the occasional foreign press. Shipping is a flat rate of $5 for as many LPs as I can fit into a single mailer (usually 6-8 LPs, depending on gatefolds, 2LPs, box sets, etc.). If you want a bunch I'm happy to work something out! Payments through PayPal only please. All items ship via USPS media mail with tracking.
Minimum purchase of 3 LPs prior to shipping
All items grade at VG/VG or better unless otherwise noted
Here's the list!
Rock/Pop/Etc.
Lee Aaron ‎– Metal Queen
Aerosmith - Classics Live!
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings (Cover VG-)
Aerosmith - Aerosmith (Cover VG-)
Aerosmith - Rocks
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic (Cover VG-)
Alphaville - Forever Young
America - Holiday
America - Homecoming
Angel - On Earth As It Is In Heaven
Adam Ant - Strip
April Wine - The Nature Of The Beast
April Wine - First Glance
Argent - Circus
Asia - Alpha
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - S/T
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Bachman-Turner Overdrive II
Bad Company - Run With The Pack
Bad Company - Straight Shooter
Bad Company - S/T
Bad Company - Desolation Angels
John Baldry - It Ain't Easy
Be Bop Deluxe - The Best of and The Rest Of 2LP
The Beach Boys - Holland
Jeff Beck - Blow By Blow
Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group - Live
Bee Gees - Idea
Pat Benetar - Precious Time
Pat Benetar - Crimes Of Passion
Pat Benetar - In The Heat Of The Night
Chuck Berry - Golden Decade 2LP
Billion Dollar Babies - Battle Axe
Blood, Sweat And Tears - S/T
Bloomfield/KoopeStills - Super Session
Blue Oyster Cult - Extraterrestrial Live 2LP
Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full Of Blues
Tommy Bolin - Teaser
Boston - Boston
Boston - Don’t Look Back
Jackson Browne - Running On Empty
Jackson Browne - For Everyman
Jackson Browne - Hold Out
The Jon Butcher Axis - Along The Axis
Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill 12”
Kate Bush - Kate Bush mini LP
John Cale - Honi Soit...
The Cars - Heartbreak City
The Cars - The Cars
Chicago - 17
Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker!
The Dave Clark Five - Best Of
Climax Blues Band - FM/Live
Climax Blues Band - Lucky For Some
Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated
Cold Blood - Sisyphus
Cold Blood - Cold Blood (Vinyl VG-)
Cold Blood - Thriller (Cover VG-)
Cold Blood - First Taste Of Sin
Ry Cooder - Paradise And Lunch
Ry Cooder - Into The Purple Valley
Ry Cooder - The Border
Ry Cooder - Bop Till You Drop
Country Joe And The Fish - I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die
Alice Cooper - Lace And Whiskey
Elvis Costello and the Attractions - Imperial Bedroom
Jim Croce - His Greatest Hits
Jim Croce - The Faces I’ve Been 2LP
Jim Croce - Life And Times
Culture Club - Colour By Numbers
Jackie DeShannon ‎– Laurel Canyon
Thomas Dolby - Blinded By Science
Donovan - Sunshine Superman
Donovan - Mellow Yellow (Vinyl VG-)
Bob Dylan ‎– Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid
Bob Dylan ‎– New Morning (Cover VG-)
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves
John Entwistle - Whistle Rhymes
The Everly Brothers - The Golden Hits Of
Faces - Long Player
Faces - Snakes & Ladders/The Best Of
Marianne Faithfull ‎– Marianne Faithfull
Fanny - Rock n Roll Survivors
Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things
Foghat - Night Shift
Foghat - Live
Foghat - Energized
John Fogerty - S/T
Foreigner - Head Games
Connie Francis ‎– Who's Sorry Now
Frank Chickens ‎– We Are Frank Chickens
Rory Gallagher ‎– Calling Card
Judy Garland ‎– Judy Garland
The J. Geils Band - S/T
The J. Geils Band - Sanctuary
The J. Geils Band - Bloodshot (Red vinyl, Cover G+)
The J. Geils Band - Freeze Frame
The Go Go’s - Talk Show
Godley & Creme - The Histroy Mix Volume 1
Robert Gordon With Link Wray ‎– Fresh Fish Special
Grand Funk - Phoenix
Grand Funk Railroad - Survival
Grand Funk Railroad - We're An American Band (Gold vinyl)
Grand Funk Railroad - Shinin' On
Grand Funk Railroad - Live Album
Grand Funk Railroad - Caught In The Act
Grand Funk Railroad - Grand Funk
The Guess Who - The Best Of
Hall & Oates - H2O
Debbie Harry - KooKoo
Heart - Dreamboat Annie
Heart - Magazine
Heart - Greatest Hits Live
Heart - Dog & Butterfly
Heart - Bebe Le Strange
Heart - Heart
Buddy Holly - For The First Time Anywhere
Buddy Holly - 20 Golden Greats
Honk ‎– The Original Sound Track from Five Summer Stories
Hot Tuna - Burgers
The Human League - Fascination!
The Human League - Dare
Humble Pie - Smokin'
Indigo Girls - Strange Fire
James Gang - Rides Again
Jan & Dean - Take Linda Surfin’
Jan & Dean - Anthology Album
Jan & Dean - Golden Hits
Jan & Dean - Ride The Wild Surf
Jethro Tull - Stand Up (Original pop up cover, vinyl VG-)
Jethro Tull - Minstrel In The Gallery
Jethro Tull - A Passion Play
Jethro Tull - Benefit (Vinyl VG-)
Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood
Jefferson Airplane - Flight Log 2LP
Jefferson Airplane - Takes Off
Jefferson Airplane - Bless Its Pointed Little Head
Jefferson Starship - Dragon Fly
Jefferson Starship - Spitfire
Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus
Billy Joel - Songs In The Attic
Elton John - Madman Across The Water
Rickie Lee Jones ‎– Rickie Lee Jones
KGB ‎– KGB
Carole King - Welcome Home
Carole King - Tapestry
Carole King - Simple Things
Carole King - Music
John Lennon/Yoko Ono - Double Fantasy
Nick Lowe - Pure Pop For Now People
Lone Justice - Lone Justice
Lone Justice - Shelter
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Get Your Rocks Off
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - S/T
Don McLean - American Pie
Christine McVie ‎– The Legendary Christine Perfect Album
John Cougar Mellencamp - Scarecrow
Lee Michaels ‎– Barrel
Steve Miller Band - Number 5
Steve Miller Band - Your Saving Grace
Missing Persons - Rhyme & Reason
Molly Hatchet - Flirtin' With Disaster
Molly Hatchet - Beatin' The Odds
Molly Hatchet - Take No Prisoners
Montrose - Montrose
Gary Moore - Corridors Of Power
Mott The Hoople - Mott
Mountain - Nantucket Sleighride
Mountain - Live
Graham Nash - Wild Tales
Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog
Nazareth - No Mean City
Nazareth - Close Enough For Rock n Roll
Nazareth - Expect No Mercy
Nazareth - Play n The Game
Randy Newman ‎– Little Criminals
Stevie Nicks - Bella Donna (Cover VG-)
Nilsson - Son Of Schmilsson
Nilsson - Aerial Ballet
Ric Ocasek - Beatitude
Roy Orbison - More Greatest Hits
Roy Orbison - The Orbison Way
Pink Floyd - Animals (Vinyl only, no cover)
The Pirates - Out Of Their Skulls
Robert Plant - The Principle Of Moments
Robert Plant - Shaken n’ Stirred
Precious Metal ‎– That Kind Of Girl
Elvis Presley - Elvis’ Golden Records
Elvis Presley - Golden Records Volume 3
Elvis Presley - As Recorded At Madison Square Garden
Elvis Presley - Blue Hawaii (Cover VG-)
The Pretenders - Pretenders
The Pretenders - Pretenders II
Suzi Quatro - Greatest Hits
Suzi Quatro - Quatro
Suzi Quatro - If You Knew Suzi
Suzi Quatro - Suzi Quatro
Suzi Quatro - Suzi... And Other Four Letter Words
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Shady Grove
Rainbow - Jealous Lover EP
Gerry Rafferty - Can I Have My Money Back?
Gerry Rafferty - North And South
R.E.M. - Fall On Me 12”
The Rolling Stones - Love You Live
Roxy Music - Viva! Roxy Music
Todd Rundgren - Back To The Bars
Todd Rundgren - A Wizard/A True Star
Todd Rundgren - Hermit Of Mink Hollow
Todd Rundgren - A Capella
Todd Rundgren - Runt. The Ballad Of
Todd Rundgren - Healing
Todd Rundgren’s Utopia - Another Live
The Rutles ‎– The Rutles
Bobby Rydell ‎– We Got Love
Mitch Ryder - Naked But Not Dead
Santana - Caravanserai
Carlos Santana ‎– Blues For Salvador
Santana - Moonflower (Slight warp doesn't affect play)
Joe Satriani - Dreaming #11
Boz Scaggs - The Boz Scaggs Sampler
Scorpions - Blackout (Cover VG-)
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Stranger In Town (Slight warp, doesn't affect play)
Paul Simon - Hearts And Bones
Siouxsie & The Banshees ‎– This Wheel's On Fire 12"
Siren ‎– All Is Forgiven
Grace Slick And Paul Kantner - Sunfighter
Patti Smith - People Have The Power 12"
Patti Smith Group - Wave
Spirit - The Best Of
Spooky Tooth - Spooky Two
Spooky Tooth - You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw
Spooky Tooth Feat. Mike Harrison - The Last Puff
Bruce Springsteen - Greetings From Asbury Park (Cover G+)
Jefferson Starship/Paul Kantner - Blows Against The Empire
Steppenwolf - The Second
Steppenwolf - Early Steppenwolf
Steppenwolf - Monster
Cat Stevens - Back To Earth
Cat Stevens - Teaser And The Firecat
Cat Stevens - Foreigner
Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman
Cat Stevens - Greatest Hits
Cat Stevens - Catch Bull At Four
Stephen Stills - S/T
Al Stewart - Year Of The Cat
Stoneground - Stoneground
The Stranglers - IV
Styx - The Grand Illusion
Styx - Paradise Theater
Styx - Crystal Ball
Styx - Pieces Of Eight
Supertramp - Crime Of The Century
The Surfaris - Hit City 64
James Taylor - Greatest Hits
James Taylor - Mud Slide Slim
James Taylor - Never Die Young
Ten Years After ‎– Watt
Pete Townshend-Ronnie Lane - Rough Mix
The Troggs - The Troggs
Robin Trower - Bridge Of Sighs
Robin Trower - Rwice Removed From Yesterday
Robin Trower - For Earth Below
The Turtles - Turtle Soup
The Turtles - More Golden Hits
Tommy Tutone - Tommy Tutone-2
U2 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 12"
Uriah Heep - Abominog
Uriah Heep - Wonderworld
Uriah Heep - Innocent Victim
Uriah Heep - Fallen Angel
Vanilla Fudge - Star-Collection
Various - Heavy Metal 2LP
Various ‎– The Best Of The Radio Tokyo Tapes
Various ‎– Castle Donnington: Monsters Of Rock (Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine + more)
Joe Walsh - You Bought It You Name It
The Yardbirds - Greatest Hits (Cover G+, Vinyl VG-)
Neil Young - Sample And Hold 12"
The Youngbloods - The Best Of
Zebra - Zebra
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Slight warp but doesn't affect play)
Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon (Vinyl VG-)
Uriah Heep - The Magician’s Birthday
Warren Zevon ‎– Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
Warren Zevon ‎– Stand In The Fire
Dweezil Zappa ‎– Havin' A Bad Day
Prog Rock/Etc.
Jon Anderson ‎– Olias Of Sunhillow
Camel - The Snow Goose
Keith Emerson - Nighthawks OST
Keith Emerson with The Nice - S/T
Keith Emerson & The Nice - Attention!
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Trilogy
Emerson Lake & Palmer - S/T
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Love Beach
Emerson Lake & Palmer - In Concert
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Welcome Back My Friends..
Focus - Moving Waves
Focus - Focus Con Proby
Focus - In And Out Of Focus
Edgar Froese - Solo 1974-1979
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel/Scratch
Genesis - Genesis
Genesis - Three Sides Live
Genesis - Abacab
Genesis - A Trick Of The Tail
Genesis - Wind & Wuthering
Kansas - Kansas
Kansas - Masque
Kansas - Song For America
Kansas - Point Of Know Return
Kayak - Royal Red Bouncer
Man - Slow Motion
Ray Manzarek ‎– Carmina Burana
Marillion - Brief Encounter
The Moody Blues - Long Distance Voyager
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance
The Moody Blues - The Present
Nektar - Magic Is A Child
Mike Oldfield - QE2
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
Mike Oldfield - Platinum
Mike Oldfield - Hergest Ridge
The Alan Parsons Project - Pyramid
The Alan Parsons Project - I Robot
The Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky
Rush - All The World’s A Stage (Cover VG-)
Rush - Subdivisions 12”
Renaissance ‎– Novella
Sky - Sky 2LP
Sky ‎– Sky 3
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp - Bewitched
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp - I Advance Masked
Tangerine Dream - Ricochet
Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer OST
Tangerine Dream - Thief OST
Thee Image - Thee Image
Rick Wakeman - Journey To The Center Of The Earth
Rick Wakeman - Criminal Record
Rick Wakeman - 1984
Rick Wakeman - The Myths And Legends...
Yes - Going For The One
Zon - Astral Projector
Yes - Close To The Edge
Jazz
Afro-Cuban Singers & Orchestra ‎– "Babalu" Afro-Cuban Rhythms
Airto - Virgin Land (Cover G+)
Mose Allison - Mose Allison (2LP Comp)
Mose Allison - Your Mind Is On Vacation
Laurindo Almeida - New Directions
Nestor Amaral And His Continentals - Brazil
Louis Armstrong And His All Stars/Duke Ellington And His Orchestra ‎– At Newport
Louis Armstrong - The Louis Armstrong Story Vol IV; Louis Armstrong Favorites
Louis Armstrong - The Louis Armstrong Story Vol III; Louis Armstrong And Earl Hines
Gato Barbieri - El Pampero
Warren Barker And Frank Comstock ‎– TV Guide Top Television Themes
David Benoit - This Side Up
John E. Biord ‎– Silent Conversations (Private press contemporary piano)
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz: Red Hot And Cool
Carla Bley - Heavy Heart
Carla Bley - Social Studies
Charlie Byrd - Solo Flight
Conte Candoli All Stars - Little Band Big Jazz
Barbara Carroll - Plays The Best Of George & Ira Gershwin
Barbara Carroll - Satin Doll
Chick Corea - My Spanish Heart
Larry Coryell - The Real Great Escape
Paul Desmond - Easy Living
Stanley Clarke - Journey To Love
Duke Ellington - In My Solitude
Duke Ellington - 70th Birthday Concert
Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie - A Perfect Match
Ella Fitzgerald - For Sentimental Reasons
Ella Fitzgerald - Hello Love
Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Gershwin Song Book Vol 1
Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Gershwin Song Book Vol 2
Ella Fitzgerald - The First Lady Of Song
Wilton Felder - Inherit The Wind
Stan Getz - Another World 2LP
Dave Grusin ‎– A Jazz Version Of The Broadway Hit Subways Are For Sleeping (VG-)
John Handy - Carnival
John Handy - Hard Work
Jon Hendricks & Company ‎– Love
Lena Horne/Harry Belafonte - Porgy And Bess
Bobbi Humphrey - Satin Doll
Keith Jarrett - My Song
Keith Jarrett - Hymns Spheres
Keith Jarrett - Solo Concerts
Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert
Antonio Carlos Jobim - The Wonderful World Of
Eartha Kitt ‎– That Bad Eartha (Cover Fair)
John Klemmer - Touch MFSL
Hubert Laws - The Rite Of Spring
Julie London - Latin In A Satin Mood (Cover G+)
Julie London - Sophisticated Lady
Julie London - Julie Is Her Name (VG-)
The Jeff Lorber Fusion - Galaxian
Herbie Mann - Push Push
Mahavishnu Orchestra With The London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas ‎– Apocalypse
Herbie Mann - Reggae
Chuck Mangione - Bellavia (Quadraphonic)
Michael Mantler - Movies
Mark-Almond - Other Peoples Rooms
Mark-Almond - Mark-Almond
Mark-Almond - Mark-Almond II
Gary McFarland - Soft Samba
John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, Paco De Lucía ‎– Passion, Grace & Fire
Johnny McLaughlin ‎– Electric Guitarist
Pat Metheny - 80/81
Red Mitchell - Red Mitchell (VG-)
Oregon - Out Of The Woods
Oscar Peterson & Jon Faddis - S/T
Oscar Peterson - Plays The Irving Berlin Songbook
André Previn, Gerry Mulligan, Carmen McRae ‎– Performing Music From The Subterraneans - Original Sound Track Album (Cover VG-)
Buddy Rich - Big Swing Face
Lee Ritenour ‎– Earth Run
Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin ‎– Love Devotion Surrender
Bud Shank - I Hear Music
Don Shirley Trio - In Concert
Jimmy Smith - Hoochie Coochie Man
Spyro Gyra - Point Of View
Spyro Gyra - Stories Without Words
Spyro Gyra - Breakout
Art Tatum - Piano Magic
Ralph Towner & Gary Burton - Match Book
Grover Washington Jr - Feels So Good
Grover Washington Jr - Mister Magic
Grover Washington Jr - Live At The Bijou 2LP
Jay White - Street Scene
Lenny White - Presents The Adventures Of Astral Pirates
Soul/R&B/Funk/Blues
Barrabas ‎– Watch Out
Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan
Brass Construction - Brass Construction
Ray Charles - Have A Smile With Me
The Crusaders - Scratch
Godfrey Daniel ‎– Take A Sad Song...
The Four Tops - Greatest Hits
Aretha Franklin - You
Dobie Gray - Drift Away
The Jacksons - Triumph
Eddie Kendricks - S/T
Gladys Knight & The Pips - Everybody Needs Love
Kool & The Gang - Celebrate!
Taj Mahal - Sounder
Muscle Shoals Horns ‎– Born To Get Down
The Neville Brothers ‎– Fiyo On The Bayou
Olympic Runners ‎– Out In Front
Papa John Creach ‎– Filthy!
The Persuasions - Comin' At Ya
Pointer Sisters - Breat Out
James And Bobby Purify ‎– You & Me Together Forever
Lionel Richie - Can’t Slow Down
Lionel Richie - S/T
Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations - Together
Diana Ross and the Supremes - Greatest Hits 2LP
Diana Ross And The Supremes - Anthology 3LP
Diana Ross - Lady Sings The Blues 2LP
The Siegel-Schwall Band - S/T
Donna Summer - A Love Trilogy
Donna Summer - She Works Hard For The Money
Donna Summer - Donna Summer
Donna Summer - The Wanderer
Donna Summer - Greatest Hits Vol I & II
Donna Summer - Bad Girls
Johnnie Taylor - Super Taylor
The Temptations - A Song For You
Various - Motortown Revue Live
Bobby Womack - Lookin' For A Love Again
Folk/Country/Southern Rock
Greg Allman - The Greg Allman Tour 2LP
A Goodly Company Of Dulcimer Artists ‎– Pastime With Good Company - Dulcimer Music For The Christmas Season
The Allman Brothers Band - Enlightened Rogues
Allman Joys ‎– Early Allman (Featuring Duane And Gregg Allman)
Joan Baez - Recently
Joan Baez - Farewell, Angelina
Joan Baez - S/T
Richard Betts ‎– Highway Call
Black Oak Arkansas - High On The Hog
Black Oak Arkansas - Keep The Faith
J.D. Blackfoot - Southbound And Gone
Burrito Brothers - Hearts On The Line
Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits
Patsy Cline - Golden Hits
David Allan Coe - Spectrum VII
Malcolm Dalglish & Grey Larsen ‎– The First Of Autumn
John Denver - Greatest Hits
John Denver - Aerie
John Denver - John Denver
John Denver - Autograph
John Denver - Whose Garden Was This
John Denver - Spirit
John Denver - Windsong
John Denver - Back Home Again
John Denver - Farewell Andromeda
Jonathan Edwards - S/T
Joe Ely - Honky Tonk Masquerade
Joe Ely - Musta Notta Gotta Lotta
Joe Ely - Live Shots
John Fahey - Christmas Guitar Volume One
Norman Greenbaum - Petaluma
Norman Greenbaum With Dr. West's Medicine Show And Junk Band
Arlo Guthrie - Alice’s Restaurant
Merle Haggard - That's The Way Love Goes
Emmylou Harris - Blue Kentucky Girl
Emmylou Harris - Cimarron
Emmylou Harris - Evangeline
Emmylou Harris - Elite Hotel
Emmylou Harris - Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town
Emmylou Harris - Luxury Liner
Emmylou Harris - Thirteen
Burl Ives - More Folksongs By 10"
Waylon Jennings ‎– Waylon Greatest Hits
Leo Kottke - 6 & 12 String Guitar
Leo Kottke - Ice Water
Leo Kottke - Leo Kottke
Leo Kottke - Burnt Lips
Leo Kottke - The Best 2LP
Sleepy LaBeef - The Bull's Night Out
Sleepy LaBeef - It Ain't What You Eat It's The Way How You Chew It
Sleepy LaBeef - Nothin' But The Truth
k.d. lang ‎– The Making Of Shadowland
Peter Lang - Back To The Wall
Little Feat - The Last Record Album
Little Feat - Hoy-Hoy!
Mother Earth - Living With The Animals
Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road 2LP
Willie Nelson - Stardust
Willie Nelson - Sings Kristofferson
Willie Nelson - Pretty Paper
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - All The Good Times
Odetta - Sings Ballads And Blues
The Outlaws - Outlaws
Dolly Parton - All I Can Do
Jim Post ‎– Slow To 20
Mason Proffit ‎– Wanted
Bonnie Raitt - Sweet Forgiveness
Redwing - Redwing
The Roches ‎– Keep On Doing
Kenny Rogers And The First Edition ‎– Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
Linda Ronstadt & The Stone Poneys - Stoney End
Linda Ronstadt - Hand Sown Home Grown
Linda Ronstadt - S/T
Linda Ronstadt - Different Drum
Linda Ronstadt - Silk Purse
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like A Wheel
Tom Rush - Tom Rush
Leon Russell - Carney
The Stone Poneys Feat. Linda Ronstadt - S/T
Randy Travis - Storms Of Life
Various - Original Memphis Rock & Roll Vol 1
Various - White Mansions - A Tale From The American Civil War 1861-1865 (Jessi Coulter, Waylon Jennings, John Dillon, Steve Cash)
Wet Willie - The Wetter The Better
Hank Williams - 24 Greatest Hits 2LP
Hank Williams Sr - Live At The Grand Ole Opry
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. ‎– Father & Son
Jesse Colin Young ‎– The Soul Of A City Boy
Jesse Colin Young - Love On The Wing
Jesse Colin Young - Light Shine
Jesse Colin Young - Songbird
Jesse Colin Young - Song For Juli
ZZ Top - Afterburner
ZZ Top - Fandango
ZZ Top - Deguello
New Age/Ambient
Malcolm Dalglish ‎– Jogging The Memory
Steven Halpern ‎– Starborn Suite
Johannes Schmoelling ‎– Wuivend Riet
Soundtracks
2001 A Space Odyssey
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Dirty Dancing In Concert
Earthquake
Easy Rider
Goldfinger
The Jungle Book
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
The Razor’s Edge
The Rocky Horror Show
Shogun
Silent Running
Streets Of Fire
Superman (Cover VG-)
Times Square
To Sir, With Love
Tommy 2LP
The London Symphony Orchestra And Chambre Choir ‎– Tommy / As Performed By The London Symphony Orchestra And Chambre Choir With Guest Soloists Boxset
Young Frankenstein
Miscellaneous
Bach, Wendy Carlos ‎– Switched-On Brandenburgs (The Complete Concertos)
Bonzo Dog Band ‎– Beast Of The Bonzos
Dr. Demento - Dr. Demento's Delights
Dr. Demento - Dementia Royale
Ravi Shankar - The Sound Of India
Ravi Shankar - The Genius Of
Sly And Robbie - Language Barrier
Dylan Thomas ‎– Dylan Thomas Reading A Child's Christmas In Wales And Five Poems Vol.1
Unknown Artist ‎– Hawaiian Chants, Hula And Love Dance Songs (Folkways)
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2020.05.02 07:55 forrestrivers 2020: The Great Renaissance in Art is Here

In the days and months ahead, we can expect many peaceful souls to do what their fore bearers did during the hippie counterculture. That is: turn within to the sublime reality of living spirit and transcend the lower depths of consciousness through channeling the divine in creation. The era of a new renaissance in art is upon us. To all artists and creative souls, the time has come to do what you do best: CREATE, MOVE and INSPIRE! Through your art, reveal the absurdity of organizing our societies around the worst aspects of the human condition. Even more important…. convey through your creativity the hope that exists in recognizing that death is not to be feared, that love will always prevail and that all things are connected as one. In these times of shared suffering, the reality of our eternal oneness has never been more apparent than it is now. Always remember, that conveying this truth of cosmic unity serves the highest and noblest aims of creative expression.
By Forrest Rivers
In times of social upheaval, all human beings (whether conscious of this fact or not) are challenged to question the very meaning of their existence. Events such as war, economic collapse, pandemics, political revolution, and natural disasters have the effect of shaking men and women out of their day to day routines and sense of comfort. As history clearly demonstrates, such occurrences have also sparked some of the most profound and inspiring renaissances in the creative arts such as music, writing, and painting. In truth, periods of social upheaval and soulful expression fit together seamlessly. Just as we cannot separate the river’s journey from its destination of the vast blue ocean, so can’t we separate revolutions in the creative arts from their societal contexts. As a case in point, consider the Renaissance of art that took place during the decades of the 1960s and ’70s.
From a global context, this age had it all: a hugely unpopular and devastating war in Vietnam; the Cold War and the looming threat of nuclear devastation; Independence movements in Africa and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States; Women’s Liberation on both sides of the Atlantic; as well as indigenous rights’ protests in the Americas. In short, for much of the world, social revolution and war came to define that period’s external landscape. Unquestionably, the escalation of extreme state violence amidst a backdrop of mass protests and growing existential fears gave birth to an inspiring and formidable movement of higher consciousness: the hippie counterculture. At its core, the hippies were at the forefront of a spiritual movement that sought to promote a more soulful and natural way of living in harmony with the whole of Creation. On the surface, they saw an external world marked by widespread fear, greed, mindless conformity and hypocrisy. In response to society’s madness, the hippies turned within through such spiritual outlets as meditation, psychedelics, and communion with nature in order to arrive at their own inner truths in this time of moral fragmentation. The result of such inner searching(found especially through exploring Native American and Eastern traditions), saw an explosion of raw and spirited creativity that simultaneously served as a deep social commentary of the unjust and vapid corporate-consumer culture; while also sharing a vision of a transcended state of consciousness centered on our unity of being.
The hippies’ powerful merging of an outer world critique and an inner vision of untapped hope, peace, and unity found its soulful expression most powerfully through music. Household acts like: the Beatles; Bob Marley; Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Doors, the Grateful Dead and many others communicated the hippie ethos through the vehicle of sound. However, this era’s renaissance in art wasn’t limited to music alone. Beatnik poets and hippie authors like Alan Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Ken Kesey, and Gary Snyder accomplished through words what musicians did through music. And, who can fail to mention (perhaps) three of the most impactful and sage-like writers of that generation…. Baba Ram Dass, Aldous Huxley, and Alan Watts!
At the present moment, the world is primed for the latest renaissance of art. This spark of soulful expression may even eclipse the creative genius of the hippie counterculture from a half-century ago. So far, the events and happenings of 2020 are providing the ultimate context for the start of a tidal wave of creativity. The opportunity presented by this once in a lifetime pandemic (COVID -19) for such a movement cannot be overstated. There is no doubt that this virus has been terribly tragic in terms of human life lost. However, it is precisely this presence of death’s now very public face that is responsible for sparking inner reflection on the meaning of one’s own mortality. In essence, COVID-19 has forced all of humanity to at once confront that one mysterious yet omnipresent constant that pervades our very consciousness. For the first time in decades, the majority of humans are suddenly having to examine the tough existential questions that are typically buried beneath our techno-consumerist distractions. Some of these questions have consumed the minds of philosophers and the souls of mystics from every spiritual faith: Who am I? What happens when I die? Will I be reborn? What is my purpose here on Earth? Who or What is God?” Undoubtedly, many beings will feel drawn to the creative arts to express their own answers to such profound existential questions.
There is an additional layer to this pandemic that lends itself to the coming renaissance of art. In a desperate effort to contain the virus, governments around the world have carried out unprecedented shutdowns of several key industries in the global economy. The impact caused by these shutdowns has had far-reaching and unforeseen consequences for humanity. On the one hand, the massive shutdowns have facilitated the full-scale meltdown of the global financial system and led to an unemployment crisis not seen since at the height of the Great Depression. Predictably, the shock to the economy has exasperated our collective fear and inflicted significant hardships on the majority of workers and the poor. On the other hand, due to this necessary period of “social distancing” and home quarantining, most of the world’s population are finding themselves alone more than ever before. With this added solitude, comes a greater opportunity for spirited self-reflection on our own lives and of our relationship with the Earth. Remarkable works of art will be the inevitable outcome of both this economic suffering and contemplative wisdom.
What’s more, at the exact same time that the world grapples with the severity of the crisis and all it portends for the future of the human race; deep and long-standing systemic problems have been fully exposed for us all to see. Such problems include but are not limited to: continuous tax-funded government bailouts of greedy corporations; politicians who use their elite insider knowledge to profit amidst periods of crisis; soaring wealth inequality between the rich and poor; a pattern of pathological lies peddled to the public by callous corporate-backed politicians and media sources; and the devastating impact that modern industry has had on the health of our beautiful planet. The outbreak of COVID-19 has dramatically revealed that immoral values like greed, violence, fear, and division currently underlie the foundations of the global- capitalist system.
In the days and months ahead, we can expect many peaceful souls to do what their forebearers did during the hippie counterculture. That is: turn within to the sublime reality of living spirit and transcend the lower depths of consciousness through channeling the divine in creation. The era of a new renaissance in art is upon us. To all artists and creative souls, the time has come to do what you do best: CREATE, MOVE and INSPIRE! Through your art, reveal the absurdity of organizing our societies around the worst aspects of the human condition. Even more important…. convey through your creativity the hope that exists in recognizing that death is not to be feared, that love will always prevail and that all things are connected as one. In these times of shared suffering, the reality of our eternal oneness has never been more apparent than it is now. Always remember, that conveying this truth of cosmic unity serves the highest and noblest aims of creative expression.
May the Great Renaissance of Art Commence!
Author Bio:
Forrest Rivers is a lover of the Earth and author of the book: The Hippie Revival and Collected Writings(https://www.amazon.com/Hippie-Revival-Collected-Writings/dp/1515396959). He lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Feel free to reach out to Forrest through email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or leave a message on his website: forrestrivers.com
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