Monday, June 25, 2007

Coming up

I got nothin'. But here's what I'm working on, for future "100 Greats":

Von Schmidt and Rooney, Baby Let Me Follow You Down; Big Bill Broonzy; Blind Willie Johnson: Sweeter as the Years Go By; Blind Willie McTell; Charles Ives: The “Holidays” Symphony ; David Lindley with Henry Kaiser: Sweet Sunny North ; De Danann: The Mist-Covered Mountain; Fairport Convention – Fairport Live; The Four Tops:; Gnawa Musicians of Morocco: Night Spirit Masters ; Hamza El-Din: The Waterwheel; Jimi Hendrix: Band of Gypsies; Lou Reed: Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal; Louis Armstrong Hot Fives and Hot Sevens:; Martin Grosswendt: Call and Response; Mick Goodrick: Biorhythms ; Miles Davis; Monteverdi: Orfeo (Savall/DVD production); Moving Hearts at Jonathan Swift’s; Noel Hill & Tony MacMahon: In Knocknagree; NWA: ; Oyster Band: Holy Bandits; Parliament-Funkadelic; Paco de Lucia; Patti Smith; Prince: Sign O the Times; Public Enemy: Fear of a Black Planet; Rahsaan Roland Kirk:; Richard Thompson: Watching the Dark (compilation); Robert Johnson: The Complete Recordings; Shakti; Sly & the Family Stone; Sonny Rollins: The Bridge; Springsteen: Darkness on the Edge of Town; The Minutemen: Double Nickels on the Dime; Thelonious Monk: Monk/Trane; The Wild Tchoupitoulas: The Wild Tchoupitoulas; Traffic: John Barleycorn Must Die; Trevor Watts and MoirĂ© Music: With One Voice; Van Halen: 1984; Various artists: The Sweet Sunny North; Zappa: Zappa in New York;

Would welcome suggestions or votes.

1 comment:

Mistykalia said...

I've only recently come across the albums of Canadian singer/songwriter Stan Rogers, and while I'm not informed enough to pick an album, I do believe he's got a place among the Greats.