EarthTraveler said: Ahh, I see now, thanks for schooling my ass.The only solo work of his that I've heard is Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt... such a crazy, experimental trip... Once I got "Your Pussy's Been Glued to a Building on Fire" stuck in my head for like a week... interesting week.
Looked it up, definitely some familiar songs on there, I'll have a closer look somewhere this week.
I do really like some of Frusciante's solo work.
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Hell yeah Sactown! I'm glad you agree. BSSM is an amazing album, and truly captures their sound as a band. I'm sorry to say that John Fruciante left the band for good now, which sucks, because he was such a big inspiration for me when I started playing guitar.
All in all, I highly recommend that you take a listen to Stadium Arcadium, you are right that their sound 'matured,' but overall, it is still a solid album, albeit they don't sound as funky as they used to.
Thes One - Go Home (off the Holiday Mixtape)
Thes is a master of his craft. I cannot get enough.
DJ Krush - 3rd Eye, off his Meiso Album
EarthTraveler said: Curtis Mayfield - SuperflyThat whole soundtrack is one of the baddest things I've ever heard in my life. Curtis is awesome. "Freddie's Dead" and "Little Child Running Wild" are just beautiful.
I actually made that "hey hey, yeah yeah" section from "Freddie's Dead" into a ringtone, so when my friend Fred called, I'd know it was him
Just had a look at Tuxedo Rap, live at 7th street entry in Minneapolis.
Great live performance, in the end Double busts out a fat beatbox, and Thes starts freestyling, really shows you how multitalented and versatile the dudes are.
Yeah, Superfly soundtrack is a treat from start to finish.
Man have a nice joint, and it takes you away, to a whole other dimension, you just float along with the tunes, really cool.
I Won't Let It Die - U.D.
Good to hear!
Richie Havens - All Along The Watchtower
Richie Havens - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Richie Havens - Just Like A Woman
Richie Havens - Freedom (Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child)
Bob Dylan - Blind Willie Mctell (Must be one of Dylan's best)
Bob Dylan - The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
I really like the intention of this thread, learning about other new music, from the other P fans, and it's certainly happening.
So... keep em coming.
Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves The Sunshine
Jamiroquai - Blow your mind
Haha, Roy Ayers, classic sh!t.
EarthTraveler said: Haha, Roy Ayers, classic sh!t.
Yeah you've got to love Roy Ayers, classic vibes & Rhodes.
Coffy is a great soundtrack
EarthTraveler said: Bob Dylan - The Lonesome Death Of Hattie CarrollLove this track... and "Boots of Spanish Leather" too... Freewheelin' and The Times They are A-Changin' are two classic classic CLASSIC records.
turntablist said: Jamiroquai - Blow your mindI've actually always been a big fan of Jamiroquai, especially their early stuff. I loved their early keyboardist and bassist. If you get a chance, check the music video for "Space Cowboy", it's a different mix from the album track, and it's hella laid back (well... except for the bridge, of course)
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Batidinha
Biz Markie - T.S.R. (Toilet Stool Rap) ("Sittin' on the toilet, waitin' for my bowels to move, I gotta do-do rap, I gotta doo-doo"... Biz, you f*&&in' rock.)
Body Count - Cop Killer
Shuggie Otis - Island Letter
Weird Al Yankovic - Good Old Days
Leo Kottke - The Fisherman (Live)
I think I need to take my iPod off of "random"... 'cause this is a psychotic mix of music...
SactownConnection said: Antonio Carlos Jobim - Batidinha
Very smooth, reminds me of Zingaro by João Gilberto. I always preferred Stone Flower to Wave.
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