The Nine Albums That Changed My Life. + The Ventures - Golden Greats by The Ventures (1967): When I was learning how to play guitar these guys were a big influence. + The Who - Who’s Next (1971): This great record showed me at an early age that it was OK to have synths in rock. + Don Ellis - At Fillmore (1970): This album gave me a lifelong appreciation of odd meter music. Had to buy this album when I was in college to prepare being on stage with Ellis (jazz festival). + Emmylou Harris - Luxury Liner (1978): With this record I discovered that country music had an angel named Emmylou Harris. Harris’ LP also opened my eyes to Townes Van Zandt. + The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (1967): Loved The Beatles when I was a kid. Thought the Capitol Records release of MMT was cool when I bought it. Youth doesn’t know everything. + The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out (1970): As a teen this was my go-to Stones record (my dad’s) to learn the Jumpin’ Jack Flash riff. + Shocking Blue - At Home (1969): “Venus” was the first 45 RPM I bought as a kid. I also thought the lady was hot (RIP Mariska Veres). + Neil Sedaka - Sings His Greatest Hits (1962): Another of my late dad’s records… After being tucked into bed I would fall asleep to this music. This started a lifelong awareness of pop music. Our parents influence us. Period. + George Benson - Take Five (1979): CTI jazz records like this one floated my boat as a young guy. This was a jumping off point for discovering jazz greats such as Dizzy and Miles.
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#cover#love#poprock#rock#rockalternativo#indie#folk#surfmusic#musica "Fiz essa música baseada em uma história real, de um casal que se amava em vida, e a moça infelizmente acaba falecendo de câncer, essa história me comoveu e fiz essa musica depois de saber que o amor do rapaz ainda estava vivo mesmo depois da morte de sua amada". 🎵🎸🎷🎬🎼🎙️📽️
It’s 2 degrees and raining so there’s only one thing to do , vicariously transport oneself to Southern California in 1963. Point Panic by the Surfaris , better known for the ubiquitous ‘Wipe Out’ which was done in one take and most of the band were 14 years old at the time ! #surf#rocknroll#surfaris#surfmusic#1960s#45rpm