Roberta Flack was another one that I was in love with as a kid. My mom took me to see a show of her's in Central Park. Her voice and her look was just too sexy for me to handle as a kid of 13. Years later I got a call to play guitar for her on a tour and she was having the exact same effect on me again. I must say focusing on 'Killing Me Softly' was TOO HARD ;)
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Happy 76th Birthday to Roberta Flack. She had number one hits with "Killing me Softly", "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" & "Feel Like Makin Love". Plus a couple of #!'s with Donnie Hathaway.
When I was a kid my mother played this record until the grooves wore out. Aretha was and is LADY SOUL. Years later I met and worked with legendary producer Arif Mardin who did some work on this record. He shared a lot of interesting things about those sessions. I love this record.
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'Road Ladies' man I loved that song. It wasn't until I started traveling on the road that made the song stick out in my head. Another great one by ZAPPA!
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Frank Zappa - Chunga's Revenge (1970) [Full Album] 1. Transylvania Boogie 2. Road Ladies 3. Twenty Small Cigars 4. The Nancy & Mary Music (Live) 5. Tell Me You Love Me 6. Would You Go All the Way? 7. Chunga's Revenge 8. The Clap 9. Rudy Wants to Buy Yez a Drink 10. Sharleena
Janis Joplin was rough. I don't know how old I was when this record came out, perhaps 13 or 14 but this record and Janis musically turned me out. I saw the film Monterey Pop when it came out and was blown away by the groups performance, saw them live, which was my first concert experience. The Robert Crumb artwork and the live recording at the Fillmore West made me want to move out to San Fransisco.
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Big Brother And The Holding Company (with Janis Joplin) - Cheap Thrills How Iconic Album Cover Illustrator Robert Crumb Brought Comics to Music
Cheap Thrills by Big Brother and the Holding Company - with cover art by R. Crumb, a San Francisco underground comic book artiste (if you weren't there you don't need to know any more about him, trust me, it's some really sleazy stuff), c. 1969
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Big Brother & The Holding Company - Cheap Thrills (August 12, 1968) - Janis Joplin provides fantastic vocals - Cover art by underground cartoonist Robert Crumb. This is one of my all-time favorite albums.
This became my favorite Donovan record back when it first came out. I loved the songs and the instrumentation's. Later i discovered the title track had Jimmy Page playing guitar on it and also I believe Eddie Kramer engineered it. This record brings back memories for me.
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I'm being honest when I say I was too young to get into this record, my ears were not mature enough. I tried to like it because the cover was cool looking and I loved their image. When my cousin played it I remember thinking to myself what the fuck is this. I would give listen after listen. Today this record is still one of my favorites.
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'Are You Experienced' - The Jimi Hendrix Experience (cover art - US version, Reprise, 1967). Jimi wasn't happy with the UK cover, wanting something more psychedelic. Karl Ferris provided for the US version, with a fish eye lense and infrared technique imagining "a group travelling through space in a Biosphere on their way to bring their unworldly space music to earth." It was a two-day photo shoot in Kew Gardens; the image used was the first shot taken. Photography: Karl Ferris. #jimihendrix
Album cover for the U.S. version of Are You Experienced by en:The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Reprise LP 6261. | 1967 | Source: digitized from original album cover by Dave Pape | Photo: Karl Ferris; art direction: Ed Thrasher
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This was the second BD record I got and loved the songs images...I gave up on tryin' to figure out what he was singing about so I just saw pictures as he sang. I really appreciated this record. The cover photo is hip too.
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Bob Dylan "Highway 61 Revisited" (1965). #4 on Rolling Stone list
Bob Dylan “Highway 61 Revisited” Album Cover Session, New York City, 1965. Photo by Daniel Kramer.
now this record is pure funk...instrumentals at that. I always found the the title a little funny because it says he directs and dances, as if you can see him dancing on the record, still it's funky.
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Again being in high school, there were these two amazing sax players who played in a band with me who brought this record over to my house. I loved hearing Joe Henderson on this record and it was my first introduction to George Benson. Freddie Hubbard was Baaaaaaad!
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Now this record I played from beginning to end and loved every song. The band kicks ass on this one.
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The Rolling Stones. "Beggars Banquet."
Issac Hayes was brought to my attention by Joe Striplin, the brother of singer Sylvia Striplin. He and I both caught Isaac Hayes promoting this record with a trio at the Fillmore East. Later on Isaac Hayes became a MEGA super star.
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last week, walking to my car from everyday music with an armful of records, a guy stopped me and asked if I wanted to take a giant pile of sleeveless records that he was trying to get rid of (the record store wouldn't buy them without sleeves) - I said sure, thinking I could use them for crafting if they were terrible. Turns out, most of them are amazing - listening to Hot Buttered Soul right now... there's Temptations (3 albums), Stevie Wonder (3 albums), O'Jays (2 albums), Isley Brothers (2 albums), Marvin Gaye, Delfonics (the album from Jackie Brown!), Jackson 5, Funkadelic, Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin... about 45 records total! I lucked out SO HARD!
Issac's version of Burt Bacharach's "Walk On By"...I can't describe it. You have to looove soul music in order to know where I'm coming from. This 1968 album is CLASSIC!
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Once again thanks to my cousin, I had the experience of being blown away by Jimmy Page and company...whoa!
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Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II***** (1969): Though not heavy metal, this album signals the birth of what I call SHHAG Metal: Sleaze, Hair, Heavy-ish, and Glam. Every single one of these is found in "Whole Lotta Love," the opening track, and each song after explores these various adjectives in greater depth. What a fun and phenomenal album which, though not a heavy metal album, helped to define the genre nonetheless. (3/8/2014)
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the In middle school I got turned onto Sly & The Family Stone. They were way ahead of their time way ahead.
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Sly & The Family Stone, "Dance To The Music" (1968)
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Sly & the Family Stone - Dance to the Music. The album cover was photographed in the park on Lake Merritt in Sly's home of Oakland, CA. The video is no longer available! Zippertravel.com Digital Edition
This was my first Dylan record. I'll never forget how it came with a poster inside.
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I bought this record the day it came out. I remember all my heavy jazz friends gave me a lot of grief about it. Outside of Tony Williams Lifetime this record in my opinion was one of the first fusion records, if not the first.
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A drummer friend from childhood, Danny Simpson first played this for me and I followed Santana ever since.
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Santana: Abraxas Label: Columbia 30130 12" LP 1970 Painting: Mati Klarwein
My sister was the one who turned me onto Donovan. It was his later stuff that I really dug though.
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To view Donovan's beautiful live performance of his timeless 60s classic song, 'Catch The Wind', click the album cover image twice.
Donovan "Catch The Wind" 1965. This stateside title is the equivalent of the U.K. release What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid (1965) and comes from a cache of nearly three dozen tracks that the young Scottish folkie recorded in 1964. Prior to being erroneously promoted as a British response to Bob Dylan, a then 18-year-old Donovan Leitch had been spotted by regional scouts from the BBC-TV pop music program Ready Steady Go! and was given an outlet for his tremendous skills. Quite
Donovan - Catch The Wind (1965) In late 1964, Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens offered Donovan a recording contract with Pye Records in the UK. Donovan had performed around Britain and had become well known in British folk circles before his record contract. The music primarily consists of Donovan singing and playing mouth harp and acoustic guitar, much like his live performances of the time.
Loved the Doors, they seemed sought of jazzy to me, I don't know why but they did.
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When I first attended college I purchased this fantastic album. I got all The Doors albums as well. Whisky Bar still rings in my consciousness of that era. Single Malt now... if I can afford it.
Being more of a Beatles fan vs. Stones there was still something that drew me into this record. Maybe it was the strawberry short cake looking cover!
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Another birthday gift from my brother. Fifteen years old. Contains my theme song "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
The Rolling Stone's last album of the 60's, Let It Bleed. Take notice of the old phonograph arm spinning the record, and stacked above are an eclectic array of goods, from a clock face to a pizza, and the icing on the cake, literally, is an elaborate design featuring the band doing their thing. Brilliant!
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When I first heard this record I thought it was scratched but it was the way it was recorded. That's what made it so great not to mention how amazing the tunes were and the band themselves.
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The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) Fun fact: album art by Bob Dylan
July 1, 1968 - The Band released their debut album Music From Big Pink. The album, which features their first hit single The Weight, was recorded in studios in New York and Los Angeles in 1968, and followed the group's backing of Bob Dylan on his 1966 tour (as The Hawks) •• #theband #thisdayinmusic #1960s #levonhelm #album #rock
The Band's, "Music from Big Pink" album in full on YouTube. The group's debut studio album, some of the music believed to be composed in a big pink house shared by the band members. Album cover image by Bob Dylan.
It took me a little while to get into this record but when it hit it hit.
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Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin source from http://www.listal.com/list/favorite-album-covers-1960s-stephenhkoontz. this is from the 1960s
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This Zappa record was great 'Willie the Pimp' was played to death. I always loved the chick looking kind of spooky n shit!