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djchameleon 03-06-2011 10:50 PM

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Originally Posted by theuglyorgan (Post 1014208)
Anyone want to send me a good album for an introduction into Alt-Country?

I got you...check your box

Steve Earle: El Corazon
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Though Earle’s prodigious run of essential albums has shown recent signs of coming to a halt, the man’s post-prison artistic production is nothing short of legendary. Earle’s songwriting talent has cast him variously as a bluegrass traditionalist, political activist, and confessional troubadour of worthy of Blood on the Tracks-era Dylan. Though any one Earle’s remarkable albums could justifiably be included on the list, El Corazon offers the best view of his scope as a musician. The political conscious is there on “Christmas in Washington,” and Earle offers pure country gems such as “The Other Side of Town” and “Fort Worth Blues,” but the real power of El Corazon is in the collaboration. Earle pairs with artists as diverse Seattle’s Supersuckers and legendary bluegrass artist Del McCoury on songs that show the vitality and diversity of the alt-country genre.

ThePhanastasio 03-06-2011 11:09 PM

For theuglyorgan:

Whiskeytown - Stranger's Almanac (1997)
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This is a wonderful alternative country album which actually became one of my favorites. I don't believe there's a bad track on this offering, a wonderful piece with gorgeous lyrics, superb vocal delivery, and wonderful instrumentation. Ryan Adams is a spectacular songwriter, and I sincerely hope that you enjoy this album.

Chrysalis 03-07-2011 04:40 PM

Could anybody send me a math rock album that would be a good introduction to the genre?

dankrsta 03-07-2011 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Lord of Sushi (Post 1014800)
Could anybody send me a math rock album that would be a good introduction to the genre?

I believe this is a good introduction to math rock

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Don Caballero - Don Caballero 2 (1995)

Enjoy!

Ghost 03-07-2011 06:35 PM

Could someone send something classic rock-ish my way? Doesn't have to necessarily be from like, the sixties and seventies but hopefully you know what I'm getting at.

Chrysalis 03-07-2011 07:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dankrsta (Post 1014818)
I believe this is a good introduction to math rock

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...QL._SS500_.jpg

Don Caballero - Don Caballero 2 (1995)

Enjoy!

Thanks! I just downloaded it, so I'll give my opinion on it in a day or two.

CHCl3 03-09-2011 01:31 PM

I'm game for anything outside of what I usually listen to (Rap, Metal, and some Bhangra on the side). Don't try to go by my last.fm since I just started using it after switching from Pandora and am still updating it.

Janszoon 03-09-2011 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by CHCl3 (Post 1015967)
I'm game for anything outside of what I usually listen to (Rap, Metal, and some Bhangra on the side). Don't try to go by my last.fm since I just started using it after switching from Pandora and am still updating it.

I'll trade you. I'm game for some Bhangra since I know basically nothing about it. :)

Dr_Rez 03-09-2011 01:38 PM

Anyone have some good sleep music?

Janszoon 03-09-2011 01:40 PM

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Originally Posted by RezZ (Post 1015971)
Anyone have some good sleep music?

http://v1.progblog.de/uploads/sleep-dopesmoker.jpg

;)


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