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The Doors | The Soft Parade
Any love for the Soft Parade? It's a personal favourite of mine, despite all the negative opinions.

I really also love this album, on the other hand all the Doors albums before Morrison´s death are really great IMO. One thing that makes them great is they´re all quite different.
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^ Yeah, they all sound so different it's hard to pick a favourite. I find Other Voices and Full Circle very enjoyable too. Manzarek's playing is what I like the most about them and he really gets the spotlight on those.
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^ Yeah, they all sound so different it's hard to pick a favourite. I find Other Voices and Full Circle very enjoyable too. Manzarek's playing is what I like the most about them and he really gets the spotlight on those.
I am thinking also they´re not as bad as their reputation is. But maybe they should have done them some other name, you can heard in them how important Morrison was to the band.
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Body/Head: No Waves
Jack Bruce: Harmony Row
the Turtles: Turtle Soup
Roy Harper: Recorded Live In Concert At Metropolis Studios, London
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Autechre - Tri Repetae
Mac DeMarco - This Old Dog
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Arthur Brown | Requiem
Arthur Brown | The Voice of Love
Dungen | Stadsvandringar
Clash | Sandinista (sides 2 & 3)
Palm | Shadow Expert EP
Peter Hammill | Sitting Targets
Soft Machine | Third
Negativland | Over the Edge (radio show archive 1993): Piddle Diddle Disneyland
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Originally posted by Mortte Mortte wrote:

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

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The Doors | The Soft Parade
Any love for the Soft Parade? It's a personal favourite of mine, despite all the negative opinions.

I really also love this album, on the other hand all the Doors albums before Morrison´s death are really great IMO. One thing that makes them great is they´re all quite different.
i have a soft spot for Soft Parade. I was attached to it at a young age and It really takes me to my happy place.
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Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin Jon Hiseman Dick Heckstall-Smith: Things We Like
I’ve been a big Jack Bruce fan all my life, and I’ve always enjoyed this album a lot despite my general indifference to jazz (more so when I was young, but I’m slowly gaining a better appreciation of jazz as I get older).
Me too, always really love his songs in Cream. Somehow his solos had long been the ones "have to listen them someday". Finally I listened the whole "Songs For a Taylor" and yes, it´s masterpiece, really love the whole album! I am not also ever been big jazz fan, really love some Coltrane, Miles Davis and of course Sun Ra, but there it is. Didn´t know anything about that Bruce/McLaughlin/Hiseman/Heckstall-Smith-album before yesterday, it is ok, but really love more Bruce´s first. Going to listen his next solos soon!

What about those Ranaldo & Body/Head-albums I listened yesterday, they´re both quite new, have you heard them? I think in that Ranaldo album are two really great songs, the rest is also good, also liked quite much that new Body/Head-album.
i see you listened to Harmony Row today, that may be one of my top 5 all time, or if not, definitely top 10.
I have not heard that Ranaldo nor the Body/Head stuff, but I’ve made a note to check them out!
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Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by Mortte Mortte wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by Mortte Mortte wrote:

Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin Jon Hiseman Dick Heckstall-Smith: Things We Like
I’ve been a big Jack Bruce fan all my life, and I’ve always enjoyed this album a lot despite my general indifference to jazz (more so when I was young, but I’m slowly gaining a better appreciation of jazz as I get older).
Me too, always really love his songs in Cream. Somehow his solos had long been the ones "have to listen them someday". Finally I listened the whole "Songs For a Taylor" and yes, it´s masterpiece, really love the whole album! I am not also ever been big jazz fan, really love some Coltrane, Miles Davis and of course Sun Ra, but there it is. Didn´t know anything about that Bruce/McLaughlin/Hiseman/Heckstall-Smith-album before yesterday, it is ok, but really love more Bruce´s first. Going to listen his next solos soon!

What about those Ranaldo & Body/Head-albums I listened yesterday, they´re both quite new, have you heard them? I think in that Ranaldo album are two really great songs, the rest is also good, also liked quite much that new Body/Head-album.
i see you listened to Harmony Row today, that may be one of my top 5 all time, or if not, definitely top 10.
I have not heard that Ranaldo nor the Body/Head stuff, but I’ve made a note to check them out!
Really loved Harmony Row too, I think it is as great as Songs For a Tailor! Going to listen today Out Of the Storm, remember one of my friend said it great too.

Body/Head is quite noisy stuff, but I like their first album "Coming Apart", "the Switch" is also as good, "No Waves" was ok, but recommend to check those two first. Ranaldo´s album is more experimental than "Electric Trim" and not as good, but good anyway.
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