Music that Rocks, Music that Moves

msgmsg Posts: 2,852
edited April 29 in Music & Movies
What gets you going?

Here's a little gem by a band called Ride...
Tidal - https://tidal.com/track/18983506
Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/1QhivdQjAd5u7z1RSquLyt
Youtube


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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 13,889
    Well, I haven't listened to it for a while, but I liked this one a lot when I was young and impressionable -- and I'd still opine that it definitely rocks and rolls.

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    This one is also a toe-tapper:

  • voltzvoltz Posts: 4,370
    Foghat * Foghat Live *
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    "I just want to make love to You" just flat out ROCK's!
    Then toss in "Slowride" and I'm out of my Chair B)
  • 55LS7055LS70 Posts: 135
    Small world. I almost pulled that Foghat "rock and roll" album out earlier today. I got busy, so it never happened. I've been listening to the tuner ever since I got up. Maybe I'll put it out later.
  • recoveryonerecoveryone Posts: 439
    Just about anything that George Clinton has put is hand on, but these 3 are always top of the list

    1. Flashlight, Parlament
    2. One Nation under a groove, Funkadelic
    3. Knee Deep, Parlament
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 13,889
    Just about anything that George Clinton has put is hand on, but these 3 are always top of the list

    1. Flashlight, Parlament
    2. One Nation under a groove, Funkadelic
    3. Knee Deep, Parlament

    You forgot my favorite :)



    For anyone who's a George Clinton/P-Funk fan... you might enjoy either, or both, of these (in case you haven't heard 'em).

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/524538805/shop-talk-with-george-clinton-and-killer-mike
    http://www.npr.org/2015/01/24/379326224/not-my-job-we-quiz-funk-legend-george-clinton-on-the-british-parliament

  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 13,889
    speaking of songs called Flashlight that rock/move, here's another one! :)



    The "move" part might be a little spastic... but this is (IMO) great stuff.
  • treitz3treitz3 Posts: 11,902
    Okay, I'm game. Y'all check this one out. This cat is completely out of the box...

    https://yosihorikawa.bandcamp.com/album/vapor

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    A computer speaker does NOT do this guy justice. It begs to be played on the big boy rigs. Those that do will now exactly why. I've been really digging this strange but cool as heck...."I don't even know how to describe it music".

    Tom
  • BlueMDPickerBlueMDPicker Old Polk Posts: 6,034
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  • msgmsg Posts: 2,852
    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Live in Paris
    Pretty good album. Couple of standouts, but by no means the only good ones - Let the Day Begin (cover of The Call song), and Lullaby
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    Tidal - http://bit.ly/2p9Ihvw
    Spotify - http://spoti.fi/2qPX0rV
    Youtube - http://bit.ly/2pUMv7r
  • Msabot1Msabot1 Posts: 1,723
    msg wrote: »
    What gets you going?

    Here's a little gem by a band called Ride...
    Tidal - https://tidal.com/track/18983506
    Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/1QhivdQjAd5u7z1RSquLyt
    Youtube


    Hey..didn't a guy Andy Bell play with that group end up in
    Oasis?..I have a couple of their earlier ones...pretty hot in the mid 90's in the
    UK,if I remember right...
  • gfonggfong Posts: 984
    edited May 7
    Boston's debut album 37 minutes of non stop head bopping, foot tapping, sing along with your friends, bring back memories music. IMO they broke the mold on this one for debut albums from a rock group.

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    Side A:
    1. "More Than a Feeling" 4:46
    2. "Peace of Mind" 5:02
    3. "Foreplay/Long Time" 7:47
    Side B
    4. "Rock & Roll Band" 3:00
    5. "Smokin'" 4:22
    6. "Hitch a Ride" 4:12
    7. "Something About You" 3:48
    8. "Let Me Take You Home Tonight" 4:44
  • msgmsg Posts: 2,852
    Msabot1 wrote: »
    Hey..didn't a guy Andy Bell play with that group end up in Oasis?..I have a couple of their earlier ones...pretty hot in the mid 90's in the UK, if I remember right...
    ahhh, no way, I didn't know that! but yes, indeed, I just read the other day after seeing your post that he joined up with Oasis at some point. I missed Ride at the height of their popularity. I had two albums that I only bought around 93/94 for maybe three or four songs at the time, but never really gave the albums an appreciable listen until much later. Became more of a fan long after they were all done. I saw them play on the reunion tour at The 930 Club in DC last year. It was funny how much in their set I recognized, not realizing it was them over the years. A lot of people associate them with the shoegaze movement, but I read that they reject that notion, and it makes sense why; their music really isn't anything like it - those bands would be more like My Bloody Valentine with Loveless, and earlier stuff by Slowdive. Back when college radio was really the best way to hear all the underground stuff before labels like "alternative" and "indie" were a thing. I, unfortunately, missed that too. Too young and no older siblings to teach me, so instead I was listening to... well, never you mind what I was listening to.
  • kevhed72kevhed72 Posts: 2,754
    Probably the best sounding live album I have heard:
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  • LegenderLegender Posts: 263
    Plus 1 on the Boston debut album. One of my first purchases. A classic that still rocks today.
  • nbrowsernbrowser Posts: 6,264
    May I add in AC/DC Highway To Hell or Guns N Roses Appetite For Destruction? Both albums have toe tappin rockin tunes. The title track of Highway To Hell just seriously means rock n roll while on the GnR album, Paradise City is one of my all time top favourite songs.
  • daddyjtdaddyjt Posts: 361
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    Especially "China Grove" and "Takin' It To The Streets".
  • scottyboy76scottyboy76 Posts: 2,931
    edited May 25
    nbrowser wrote: »
    May I add in AC/DC Highway To Hell or Guns N Roses Appetite For Destruction? Both albums have toe tappin rockin tunes. The title track of Highway To Hell just seriously means rock n roll while on the GnR album, Paradise City is one of my all time top favourite songs.

    two great ones, real rock
    How about "livin after midnight"
  • voltzvoltz Posts: 4,370
    all The Doobie Brothers SACD's or Vinyls are worth grabbing up as they are on my most own List B)
  • kevhed72kevhed72 Posts: 2,754
    This album surprised me a bit....rocking good time:
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