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Did you check out Kate Bush's live album yet? It's on the top 1000 now. 2.5 hours though geez

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I still need to listen to 50 Words of Snow.
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Ettinauer226XL on Dec 12 2016, 11:37:39 PM wrote:Did you check out Kate Bush's live album yet? It's on the top 1000 now. 2.5 hours though geez

Also get on Corey Feldman's album and help me get it to the top 1000.
Given how much you adore Kate Bush, I'm surprised you don't like Regina Spektor more, someone I think of as Bush's clearest spiritual descendent. Maybe I've just forgotten you mentioning her before, but if you haven't really given her much of a chance, check out an album like Soviet Kitsch.
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funkybusiness on Dec 12 2016, 09:52:11 PM wrote:#385. Vince Guaraldi — A Charlie Brown Christmas
I'd never seen the tv special before so I watched it about two weeks ago. It's amazing. So, I tried the album out. It's even better. I can't stop playing it. I've listened to it at least once a day since watching the special. I'm really having a hard time writing today. huh. Did you know Little Drummer Boy isn't some old song? Like, it was only a couple years old when this came out? I have this impression that all of the Christmas traditions I see every year go back centuries but most of them were invented or tweaked into modern existence in the 60s. weird.
This is truly an absolute classic, and it would be a huge mistake for any jazz fans to overlook.
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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Dec 13 2016, 01:11:14 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on Dec 12 2016, 09:52:11 PM wrote:#385. Vince Guaraldi — A Charlie Brown Christmas
I'd never seen the tv special before so I watched it about two weeks ago. It's amazing. So, I tried the album out. It's even better. I can't stop playing it. I've listened to it at least once a day since watching the special. I'm really having a hard time writing today. huh. Did you know Little Drummer Boy isn't some old song? Like, it was only a couple years old when this came out? I have this impression that all of the Christmas traditions I see every year go back centuries but most of them were invented or tweaked into modern existence in the 60s. weird.
This is truly an absolute classic, and it would be a huge mistake for any jazz fans to overlook.
definitely. it's perfect. the only 5/5 of that batch I posted. I think after two or three more times thru I'll move on to the bonus tracks edition.
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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Dec 13 2016, 12:59:07 AM wrote:
Ettinauer226XL on Dec 12 2016, 11:37:39 PM wrote:Did you check out Kate Bush's live album yet? It's on the top 1000 now. 2.5 hours though geez

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Given how much you adore Kate Bush, I'm surprised you don't like Regina Spektor more, someone I think of as Bush's clearest spiritual descendent. Maybe I've just forgotten you mentioning her before, but if you haven't really given her much of a chance, check out an album like Soviet Kitsch.
I heard that album 5 years ago. Hated it then, but it was 5 years ago so who knows what I'd think of it now.

If you like Kate Bush but want it to have atonal as fuck piano playing, check out Kristeen Young's Music for Strippers, Hookers, and the Odd-Onlooker. She opened for Morrissey and was apparently HATED by the audiences.
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funkybusiness on Dec 13 2016, 01:39:27 AM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Dec 13 2016, 01:11:14 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on Dec 12 2016, 09:52:11 PM wrote:#385. Vince Guaraldi — A Charlie Brown Christmas
I'd never seen the tv special before so I watched it about two weeks ago. It's amazing. So, I tried the album out. It's even better. I can't stop playing it. I've listened to it at least once a day since watching the special. I'm really having a hard time writing today. huh. Did you know Little Drummer Boy isn't some old song? Like, it was only a couple years old when this came out? I have this impression that all of the Christmas traditions I see every year go back centuries but most of them were invented or tweaked into modern existence in the 60s. weird.
This is truly an absolute classic, and it would be a huge mistake for any jazz fans to overlook.
definitely. it's perfect. the only 5/5 of that batch I posted. I think after two or three more times thru I'll move on to the bonus tracks edition.
K so I just listened to My Little Drum and it was pretty fucking awesome.
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Ettinauer226XL on Dec 13 2016, 01:39:28 AM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Dec 13 2016, 12:59:07 AM wrote:
Ettinauer226XL on Dec 12 2016, 11:37:39 PM wrote:Did you check out Kate Bush's live album yet? It's on the top 1000 now. 2.5 hours though geez

Also get on Corey Feldman's album and help me get it to the top 1000.
Given how much you adore Kate Bush, I'm surprised you don't like Regina Spektor more, someone I think of as Bush's clearest spiritual descendent. Maybe I've just forgotten you mentioning her before, but if you haven't really given her much of a chance, check out an album like Soviet Kitsch.
I heard that album 5 years ago. Hated it then, but it was 5 years ago so who knows what I'd think of it now.

If you like Kate Bush but want it to have atonal as fuck piano playing, check out Kristeen Young's Music for Strippers, Hookers, and the Odd-Onlooker. She opened for Morrissey and was apparently HATED by the audiences.
Just looked for Kristeen Young on PTH -- not there yet.
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I accidentally listened to Neil Young's Harvest Moon instead of Harvest :facepalm:
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Still slowly getting through this list, 326/1001 so far...
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#679. Fabrizio De André | Non al denaro non all'amore né al cielo (1971)
#615. LaSalle Quartett | Neue Wiener Schule: Die Streichquartette (1971)
#858. Alice Cooper | Killer (1971)
#506. The Mahavishnu Orchestra with John McLaughlin | The Inner Mounting Flame (1971)
#9. Led Zeppelin | Led Zeppelin [IV] (1971)
#500. Genesis | Nursery Cryme (1971)
#192. Yes | Fragile (1971)
#83. Pink Floyd | Meddle (1971)
#496. Miles Davis | Live-Evil (1971)
#327. Sly and the Family Stone | There's a Riot Goin' On (1971)
#752. Wiener Philharmoniker / Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor / Karl Böhm / Edith Mathis / Julia Hamari / Wiesław Ochman / Karl Ridderbusch | Requiem (1971)
#1000. Marek Grechuta / Anawa | Korowód (1971)
#69. Can | Tago Mago (1971)
#70. David Bowie | Hunky Dory (1971)
#948. Premiata Forneria Marconi | Storia di un minuto (1972)
#685. Charles Mingus | Let My Children Hear Music (1972)
#697. The Allman Brothers Band | Eat a Peach (1972)
#488. Caetano Veloso | Transa (1972)
#23. Nick Drake | Pink Moon (1972)
#91. Neil Young | Harvest (1972)
#136. Deep Purple | Machine Head (1972)
#142. Jethro Tull | Thick as a Brick (1972)
#448. NEU! | NEU! (1972)
#301. Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges | Clube da Esquina (1972)
#707. Big Star | #1 Record (1972)
#967. Randy Newman | Sail Away (1972)
#974. Rory Gallagher | Live! In Europe (1972)
#86. The Rolling Stones | Exile on Main St. (1972)
#16. David Bowie | The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972)
#915. Roxy Music | Roxy Music (1972)
#140. Curtis Mayfield | Superfly (1972)
#901. Maurizio Pollini | Études Op.10 & Op.25 (1972)
#723. Van Morrison | Saint Dominic's Preview (1972)
#581. T. Rex | The Slider (1972)
#482. Donny Hathaway | Live (1972)
#73. Yes | Close to the Edge (1972)
#243. Black Sabbath | Vol 4 (1972)
#580. Fela & The Africa 70 | Roforofo Fight (1972)
#119. Can | Ege Bamyasi (1972)
#232. Genesis | Foxtrot (1972)
#547. Wishbone Ash | Argus (1972)
#796. Various Artists | A Clockwork Orange (1972)
#866. Al Green | I'm Still in Love With You (1972)
#978. Santana | Caravanserai (1972)
#924. Steely Dan | Can't Buy a Thrill (1972)
#476. Miles Davis | On the Corner (1972)
#438. Stevie Wonder | Talking Book (1972)
#668. Popol Vuh | Hosianna Mantra (1972)
#222. Lou Reed | Transformer (1972)
#388. Novos Baianos | Acabou chorare (1972)
#684. Grateful Dead | Europe '72 (1972)
#118. Deep Purple | Made in Japan (1972)
#734. The Mothers | The Grand Wazoo (1972)
#940. Ennio Morricone | Giù la testa (1972)
#979. The Mahavishnu Orchestra | Birds of Fire (1973)
#599. John Coltrane | Concert in Japan (1973)
#114. Iggy and the Stooges | Raw Power (1973)
#639. John Martyn | Solid Air (1973)
#928. Alice Cooper | Billion Dollar Babies (1973)
#718. Paul McCartney & Wings | Band on the Run (1973)
#575. Tom Waits | Closing Time (1973)
#629. John Cale | Paris 1919 (1973)
#173. King Crimson | Larks' Tongues in Aspic (1973)
#2. Pink Floyd | The Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
#346. Roxy Music | For Your Pleasure (1973)
#120. Led Zeppelin | Houses of the Holy (1973)
#492. Bob Marley and The Wailers | Catch a Fire (1973)
#508. David Bowie | Aladdin Sane (1973)
#382. Bill Withers | Live at Carnegie Hall (1973)
#782. Al Green | Call Me (1973)
#518. Hawkwind | Space Ritual (1973)
#628. John Fahey | Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice) (1973)
I listened to most of these a few months ago but have been listening to 1973 lately. Most of this bunch was just mediocre. I listened to Dark Side of the Moon while high since I have heard it before and I don't like Pink Floyd and it was a little more tolerable but still thought it was meh. I didn't like the Space Ritual album, except for Sonic Attack for some bizarre reason. A Clockwork Orange soundtrack is my favourite film soundtrack so obviously awesome and T. Rex too. Otherwise fairly unimpressed... still :P
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I totally forgot about this and have to get back to it. But on the other hand I was actually rarely in the position to give a good listen to an album start to finish recently.
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Getting back into this again a little. This is taking so goddamn long to get through lol. I've listened to nearly 400 albums, and am currently in 1976. I think there's been 2 new albums that I liked out of what I've listened to so far. It's pretty tough.
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Still slowly working my way through. I'm in 1977 now, but I can't seem to find John Coltrane's Afro Blues Impressions on RYM :/
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funkybusiness on May 29 2018, 11:59:59 PM wrote:https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album ... essions-1/

??
Wow, it didn't come when I searched for it under releases, nor does it show up John Coltrane's page :/ thx tho
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mightysparks on May 30 2018, 02:33:39 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on May 29 2018, 11:59:59 PM wrote:https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album ... essions-1/

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Wow, it didn't come when I searched for it under releases, nor does it show up John Coltrane's page :/ thx tho
it's under live albums on John Coltrane's page, and you have to expand it to "Show All Live Albums".
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Townes Van Zandt's Live at The Old Quarter, Houston, Texas is easily one of the worst albums on this list. Probably bottom 5 at this point. Christ what a painful 90 minutes.
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I guess I'll need to check it out then. :lol:
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I only heard his self-titled album, but it was fantastic.
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Anyone know where to find this: Keith Jarret - Sun Bear Concerts Piano Solo: Recorded in Japan?

Almost at the halfway mark... >_<
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mightysparks on Jul 2 2018, 05:40:20 AM wrote:Anyone know where to find this: Keith Jarret - Sun Bear Concerts Piano Solo: Recorded in Japan?

Almost at the halfway mark... >_<
here's a youtube playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzKp9yR ... ahlOI8XV_s

you do know it's almost 7 hours long all together, right.
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funkybusiness on Jul 2 2018, 04:32:27 PM wrote:
mightysparks on Jul 2 2018, 05:40:20 AM wrote:Anyone know where to find this: Keith Jarret - Sun Bear Concerts Piano Solo: Recorded in Japan?

Almost at the halfway mark... >_<
here's a youtube playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzKp9yR ... ahlOI8XV_s

you do know it's almost 7 hours long all together, right.
But 7 hours of awesomeness
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tourdesb on Jul 2 2018, 05:05:23 PM wrote:
funkybusiness on Jul 2 2018, 04:32:27 PM wrote:
mightysparks on Jul 2 2018, 05:40:20 AM wrote:Anyone know where to find this: Keith Jarret - Sun Bear Concerts Piano Solo: Recorded in Japan?

Almost at the halfway mark... >_<
here's a youtube playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzKp9yR ... ahlOI8XV_s

you do know it's almost 7 hours long all together, right.
But 7 hours of awesomeness
of course.
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funkybusiness on Jul 2 2018, 05:09:12 PM wrote:
tourdesb on Jul 2 2018, 05:05:23 PM wrote:
funkybusiness on Jul 2 2018, 04:32:27 PM wrote:here's a youtube playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzKp9yR ... ahlOI8XV_s

you do know it's almost 7 hours long all together, right.
But 7 hours of awesomeness
of course.
Of sadness, probably :’(
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Another album I'm struggling to find if anyone can halp; Deep Purple - Deep Purple in Concert (1980)

Ok this is actually on Spotify but has '1970-1972' at the end of the title which made me assume it was a different album...
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Gershwin wrote: June 7th, 2018, 1:11 pm I guess I'll need to check it out then. :lol:
Did you ever get around to it? Probably my favorite live album. Beautiful stuff. If any songwriter has claim to be called a poet it's TVZ.
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sebby wrote: October 13th, 2018, 9:31 am
Gershwin wrote: June 7th, 2018, 1:11 pm I guess I'll need to check it out then. :lol:
Did you ever get around to it? Probably my favorite live album. Beautiful stuff. If any songwriter has claim to be called a poet it's TVZ.
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I've just finished 1981 and am now over halfway through this list :circle: Hopefully it doesn't make me another 3.5 years to finish...
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RYM people really like 80s metal omfg
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mightysparks wrote: November 3rd, 2018, 2:39 am RYM people really like 80s metal omfg
I was going to join ya guys doing the RYM top 1001, but....yeah. So much mediocre metal. Long-ass operas. Other unappealing things!

I think maybe I'll pick a genre and do the top 500 instead :shrug:
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The top 1001 list mighty is using is so old that there not be a point anymore because of all the newer albums making it.

Happy to see Daughters' You Won't Get What You Want album be #477 place and still climbing. It just came out last month but I would already call it a classic and one of the all time greatest albums.
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Is there any way to easily export rym charts to a csv file? trying to figure it out.
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Not to my knowledge, but you can exclude albums that you've rated so you can track the list that way.
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Man I just want an excel file where I can strikethrough albums I listen to, highlight standouts, and jot little notes.
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Most of them are still in the top 1001 tho, I’ve only come across a few that have been kicked out
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Daughters are still at it? Damn I remember Hell Songs and that was ages ago. Hydra Head isn't even a thing anymore!
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funkybusiness wrote: November 21st, 2018, 12:08 am Daughters are still at it? Damn I remember Hell Songs and that was ages ago. Hydra Head isn't even a thing anymore!
They were on hiatus but reunited. Their new music is terrifying. Basically 80s swans are back.
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Can't find The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live at Winterland. Can anyone help?

Trying to stick to 2 albums a day so I can finish this list by the end of the year *fingers crossed*
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mightysparks wrote: March 20th, 2019, 9:13 am Can't find The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live at Winterland. Can anyone help?

Trying to stick to 2 albums a day so I can finish this list by the end of the year *fingers crossed*
http://jazz-rock-fusion-guitar.blogspot ... ve-at.html

I think that's the same one
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funkybusiness wrote: March 22nd, 2019, 11:29 pm
mightysparks wrote: March 20th, 2019, 9:13 am Can't find The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live at Winterland. Can anyone help?

Trying to stick to 2 albums a day so I can finish this list by the end of the year *fingers crossed*
http://jazz-rock-fusion-guitar.blogspot ... ve-at.html

I think that's the same one
Awesome, thanks. I make a bunch of Spotify playlists in advance for each year and there's always a handful not on there. Usually can find them on YT but others evade me. I think there's only been one year so far when everything was on Spotify.
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