spoder you fucker.
alright I might as well share some too.
Best purple song. The vocals and epicness is a different league. Richie Blackmore’s solo it not his best but the song as a whole is 10/10
The lyrics of this JT song tells a story, a great one at that. There’s a choir part too near the end which is amazing. Great overall melodies.
This one is a bit “out there” and it’s instrumental. But the guitar work and rhythmic aspects of this tune can stand alone perfectly fine.
If you’ve never heard Pink Floyd before this is a great introduction. Blast up that volume and be amazed by the singing and dynamics. But please, play it as loud as you can.
A duet is hard to pull off. Elton and Kiki Dee does a wonderful job here tho. Amazing songwriting skills by Elton as always.
Another instrumental, La Femme d’Argent by Air. Put on headphones, close your eyes and go on a musical journey with this one.
Jazz time! This is from a concept album by Dave Brubeck. Every song on the record has a different time signature (I know, it’s fuckballs crazy) this one is 5/4 and my favorite.
Swedish folk jazz now. That sounds shitty, I know but please give this one a listen. Two instruments, highly minimalistic but Jan’s piano part progresses and gets more and more intricate through the song.
Deadmau5 is way out of his usual 4 to the floor recipe here. Funky as hell and the lyrics are great. Relatable.
More swedish music. This time rock. The solos, the feel, the sound. Also keep in mind that this is actually made quite recently and not in the 70’s. ‘Slow Motion Countdown’ from the same album is also highly recommendable.
Jesper Kyd’s best work IMO. Captures the feel of contract killing perfectly. Words are useless to describe this one.
There’s something about this song that keeps me coming back to it. Whether it’s Josh Homme’s frail (but strong somehow) vocals or the grindy basslines I don’t know. Great song, worth a listen.
That’s what I could just think of right now. I might add more later.
Also check out ‘school’ by supertramp. Not only an amazing song but it’s a delight for audiophiles. The dynamic aspects of that song is like “holy shit I didn’t know music could sound this good”