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Old 02-18-2021, 04:55 PM   #251 (permalink)
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The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds (1966)



I'm guessing you've most likely already heard this one but, if not, it's right up there with albums like 'Odessey and Oracle' and 'Forever Changes.'
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Old 02-18-2021, 05:19 PM   #252 (permalink)
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Old 02-18-2021, 08:25 PM   #253 (permalink)
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The Doors are strange (never liked them a lot), but I love Break On Through (To The Other Side).
This is weird to me. The Doors are one of my all time favorite if not THE favorite classic rock band. I think if you like Break on through you should like at least some of their other songs (like L.A. Woman, Riders on the Storm, The Changeling, Light my fire?? etc). Have you tried listening to whole albums? They have probably one of the tightest and most consistent discographies out there (much more so than The Beatles or the Stones for example).

Skip The Soft Parade (which really was strange with all the orchestral pop experimentation), everything else is great. Jim Morrison for me is one of the best classic rock vocalists. At least check out their last two albums, Morrison hotel and L.A. Woman.
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Old 02-19-2021, 02:55 AM   #254 (permalink)
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The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds (1966)



I'm guessing you've most likely already heard this one but, if not, it's right up there with albums like 'Odessey and Oracle' and 'Forever Changes.'
Yes, I have, one of the first entire albums I ever listened to from the 60s that wasn't by The Beatles. It's an awesome piece of art.
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This is weird to me. The Doors are one of my all time favorite if not THE favorite classic rock band. I think if you like Break on through you should like at least some of their other songs (like L.A. Woman, Riders on the Storm, The Changeling, Light my fire?? etc). Have you tried listening to whole albums? They have probably one of the tightest and most consistent discographies out there (much more so than The Beatles or the Stones for example).

Skip The Soft Parade (which really was strange with all the orchestral pop experimentation), everything else is great. Jim Morrison for me is one of the best classic rock vocalists. At least check out their last two albums, Morrison hotel and L.A. Woman.
LOL I hate Light My Fire very much. I have a strong feeling of hate towards that song and I don't really know why. I don't like Riders On The Storm and L. A. Woman. Never heard the Changeling.
I'm sorry, but there're only 2 songs by The Doors I can listen to, Break On Through and Hello, I Love You. I don't like accussing famous bands for plagiarising, but for me Hello I Love You sounds a bit too much like All Day And All Of The Night (a song that I love) by The Kinks.
I mean, I'm less likely to like The Doors than Mick Jagger's solo stuff. (I probably made 5 grammar mistakes in that sentence xD)
But anyway, maybe you're right by saying that I should listen to their albums, I think I'll first try with L. A. Woman.
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Old 02-19-2021, 04:07 AM   #255 (permalink)
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I mean, it definitely doesn't hurt. I think if you like a few songs by a band it's worth investigating their whole discography. They made 6 albums (I'm not counting the post-Morrison stuff), discounting The Soft Parade, that's still a lot of songs. I'm sure you'll like something...

For example, Peace frog from Morrison hotel for me was a complete surprise because it's so danceable.



But anyway, I may be prejudiced. I got into them when I was about your age and they've remained my favorites of the era.
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I mean, it definitely doesn't hurt. I think if you like a few songs by a band it's worth investigating their whole discography. They made 6 albums (I'm not counting the post-Morrison stuff), discounting The Soft Parade, that's still a lot of songs. I'm sure you'll like something...

For example, Peace frog from Morrison hotel for me was a complete surprise because it's so danceable.



But anyway, I may be prejudiced. I got into them when I was about your age and they've remained my favorites of the era.
Well, that song is waaay much better than Light My Fire.
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Glad you like it! It's pretty funky. Although I really like Light my Fire also. The full, 7 minute album version, which is basically 5 minutes of instrumental freak-out, bounded by a minute or so of admittedly simple tune/lyrics.

Did anyone mention MC5?

One of the best live albums of all time. I still can't believe this is from 1969. These people rocked hard. To be played at high volume!

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Déjà Vu (1970)



Here's another one featuring Neil Young (if you haven't already heard it) that you might like, since you liked 'Harvest' by Neil Young. He's also on the three albums that Buffalo Springfield released during their brief time together, so I recommend giving those a listen, as well.
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Glad you like it! It's pretty funky. Although I really like Light my Fire also. The full, 7 minute album version, which is basically 5 minutes of instrumental freak-out, bounded by a minute or so of admittedly simple tune/lyrics.

Did anyone mention MC5?

One of the best live albums of all time. I still can't believe this is from 1969. These people rocked hard. To be played at high volume!

Alright, thank you very much!! I'll listen to it!
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King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King

King Crimson is a band I've been longing to listen to for a very long time, but still I haven't, thanks for reminding me about them.
EDIT: Now that I've listened to the song you posted...Holy crap, I had been looking for this song for a very long time, didn't know the title or artist, but I remember it appeared on a TV advert and a radio programme a year ago or so. LOL!!! I'm so glad now I know which song it is. Thank you very much!!!!!!!
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Déjà Vu (1970)



Here's another one featuring Neil Young (if you haven't already heard it) that you might like, since you liked 'Harvest' by Neil Young. He's also on the three albums that Buffalo Springfield released during their brief time together, so I recommend giving those a listen, as well.
No, I haven't listened to it but soon I will.
I've heard "Buffalo Springfield" (the 1966 album) and it was OK.

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