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Re: Mark Chadwick's Top 10 Albums
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2012, 09:10:12 PM »
Thanks for that....

Ive been listening to Deja Vu a fair bit just lately..... it's class  8)





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Mark Chadwick's Top 10 Albums - quick overview
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2014, 01:38:37 AM »
Interesting:

http://louderthanwar.com/my-top-10-albums-mark-chadwick/

exciting topic

But I remember the access to the interview/list was way more comfortable originally.
It is just a click click click click... torture nowadays.

The place deserves a quick overview - here:


There have been so many good albums. These are the ones that I can still play today and still get lost in.
Oddly they’re quite conservative but then they stand the test of time.


10. David Bowie ‘Hunky Dory’
Something so free, open music, when your writing music you can only hope it sounds this effortless.

9. The Rolling Stones ‘Let It Bleed’
What a band should feel like at their best, really f**king hot.

8. The Beatles ‘Revolver’
How to make music in a studio the world’s first lesson.

7. Johnny Cash ‘Folsom Prison’
Honest in your face songs, hard the way the truth just is. Three cords all the way and the best voice.

6. Neil Young ‘Rust Never Sleeps’
A live album… Not one bad song. And the best guitar sounds from the loudest 12 string to the loudest electric without compromising the songs themselves ever.

5. Crosby Stills Nash & Young ‘Deja Vu’
Four guitar players in one band. And then the harmonies, tales of a place and time that never really were but who cares. Proper hippie shit!

4. Radiohead ‘The Bends’
When all had been done, it turned out it hadn’t. A fresh look at everything white boys can do with rock and roll.

3. Led Zeppelin ‘III’
Another lesson in popular music, light and shade loud and soft. Adventures in guitar tunings and real playing.

2. Fairport Convention ‘Leig and Leaf’
Aural proof that folk musicians took drugs and drank and made out there left field music. Not just the horror of the tradition.

1. The Clash ‘London Calling’
In 1979 my family moved to Germany for the Army. I stole this album from the Naafi. I was so bored there, this cured it. So much good music, in fact a history lesson in popular music and rebellion.
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Re: Mark Chadwick's Top 10 Albums
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2015, 08:30:58 PM »
We were listening to CSN&Y - Deja Vu only the other day  8)





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Re: Mark Chadwick's Top 10 Albums
« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2015, 11:08:11 AM »
rust never sleeps, i suddenly have more respect  ;D
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