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  1. For me there are a number of options, but nothing gets it so on the nose as this somewhat under appreciated gem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSdBtoIIYT4
  2. So I've got a few jazz fusion albums and a bit of personal news that has made me start to dig into them. I'm being moved up in my university's top jazz band from bari sax to lead alto for one semester, as the current lead player is going to study abroad next semester. I'm very excited, and a bit nervousness, and that mix has led me to want to listen to more jazz. Welp, I went to dip my toe in and it landed in the fusion pond and now I want to know all about it. What are some of your favorite fusion artists and records? I currently have these few: Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds Of Fire Al Di Meola - Elegant Gypsy Weather Report - Heavy Weather Alan Holdsworth - Sand Pat Metheny Group - s/t currently listening to Birds Of Fire and loving it!
  3. It is an album that I have been obsessed with for a bit now and is one of my favorite Genesis albums. I'm curious to know your thoughts on it, favorite songs? Parts?
  4. Anyone else like them here? They are one of my all time favs and I might be able to go see them live!! My top 10(I have not heard all of the albums, so this is just a list for now): Hitching A Ride Platypus(I Hate You) The Grouch Longview American Idiot Give Me Novocaine Take Back Prosthetic Head Welcome To Paradise Basket Case
  5. Seems straightforward, interesting question. Here's some notes: --The obvious ones obviously count (e.g. Sammy Hagar, Billy Squire, Bryan Adams, etc.) --The ones with their name followed by the name of their band--or a similar name configuration--also count (e.g. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Paul McCartney and Wings, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, etc.) --The artists who came kinda close to rock, but were more of another genre, are decidedly debatable and must be defended (e.g. Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison etc.) --artists who had a solo career but are much more well known for their career with a band are extremely debatable and must must must be defended (e.g. Geddy Lee, Roger Taylor, maybe even Ozzy Osborne, etc.). --if an artist is mentioned in someone's list and is questioned by another person, that artist is considered debatable and must be defended --top 5 lists are preferable I can't decide yet, so go! :)
  6. Spirit of Radio ranked No. 18 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04f7xn6/live
  7. I am debating between Clockwork Angels and Fly By Night to be their hardest albums IMO. What do you guys think is their hardest, most metal-like album?
  8. And I'm not just talking to you, Narpet! :lol: :lol: Hilarious video, how young are these guys?
  9. Hey peeps! :) The band I'm in has recorded our first EP, which is self-titled. We just released a single yesterday called "Young and Hopeless." Check it out if you're up for it! :) http://willhunterband.bandcamp.com/track/young-and-hopeless
  10. There's an album I'm thinking of, the music, the atmosphere, the vibe, the cover artwork, all seems to be have been created by aliens or for aliens or describes aliens and their weird alien planet? I'll reveal mine later. What's yours?
  11. Five important rock songs, fitting the criteria: The song is Important relative to the history and progress of rock, and it's also an important song to you personally (you think it's great).
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