screwtop;2601690 said:I have Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots. I love that album.
afterstasis;2603386 said:third eye blind (singles from first two albums)
neckermanncj;2603931 said:they are Post-Grunge?????? i used to LOVE Third Eye Blind, i never considered them Post-Grunge :rolleyes:
Buffdog18;2603250 said:Anyone got some good songs by Cheap Trick.
afterstasis;2603322 said:i think the majority of cheap trick's best songs are actually their singles, particularly "the flame", "surrender", and "dream police".
Meyernltn;2603947 said:I'll ask once more...Does anybody have any recommendations of where to start for Extreme?
Buffdog18;2603338 said:Also, any GOOD post-grunge songs.
Ellipsis;2604360 said:Hooray, I get to be useful!Some of this probably isn't post-grunge, but who cares:Plowed, Molly, and Wax Ecstatic by Sponge
Cubecubed;2604841 said:i used to listen to hip-hop like crazy.Then i became disillusioned with the current hip-hop scene. Recommend some good Hip-hop please!!!!!
Alright_Computer;2604867 said:The Roots, k-os, OutKast, Common, and the Beastie Boys are some of my favorite hip-hop artists.
Ellipsis;2604360 said:Hooray, I get to be useful!The Freshmen by The Verve Pipe
Gowienczyk;2604887 said:Arts The BeatdoctorAtmosphereBlack Eyed Peas (Behind the Front-era only)BlackaliciousBlockheadBrother AliBusdriverCommonCut ChemistDe La SoulDel the Funkee HomosapienThe Gift of GabHaiku D'etatImmortal TechniqueJazz LiberatorzJean GraeJurassic 5K-OSLateef & the ChiefMadvillainThe Mighty UnderdogsNasOutkastPeople Under The StairsThe PharcydeThe RootsSage FrancisSlum VillageTalib KweliI'd post more, but it'd be more than you could handle.
KingProgdor;2619110 said:How 'bout some recs for Don Ellis' work?I already have How Time Passes and I thought it was quite good, but I'd like some more.Also, give me some Jazz that has a good crossover factor for fans of Prog Rock.
Alright_Computer;2619131 said:Electric Bath is one of my favorites from Don Ellis. Also, if you're trying to get into jazz, you might want to look into Miles Davis' late 60s to early 70s work, particularly In a Silent Way and B[I]itches Brew[/I]. The Mahavishnu Orchestra are another good group if you aren't already familiar with them, check out Birds of Fire and Inner Mounting Flame. Just about any jazz fusion is a good gateway into jazz from a prog standpoint, however.
KingProgdor;2619124 said:Oh yeah, diggin' this drumwork.Any albums in particular from this fellow I should track down?
dabears116;2619151 said:Billy Cobham ranks amongst my 5 favorite drummers of all time (along with Buddy Rich, Max Roach, Carl Palmer, and Elvin Jones). He is no doubt objectively one of the 10 best.
KingProgdor;2619150 said:I suppose it'd be good for me to mention what I already have!Ain SophKensoMiles DavisCharles MingusChris PotterThe Mahavishnu OrchestraChicagoDon Ellis (obv)Woody HermanLionel HamptonAs far as Jazz/Jazz Fusion is concerned.But thank you for the Don Ellis rec.