JELyon’s Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time
With a crash of thunder, the ringing of ominous church bells and one of the loudest guitar sounds in history, a heavy new music genre was born in earnest on a Friday the 13th early in 1970. Its roots stretch back to the late Sixties, when artists like Blue Cheer, Iron Butterfly and Led Zeppelin cranked...
JELyon’s Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (2004)
I believe this to be a complete list of the List from Rolling Stone Magazine #963, December 9, 2004.Known Substitutions:Band of Gold by Freda Payne is a re-recording. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6hcEUWd7lEdrcctSB5gMVw?si=ThuekSu_TZGb6LeJtRjoUQ
Currently Features Bothy Band, Planxty, Solas, Lunasa, Altan, Dervish, Clannad, Chieftans, Teada and Danu https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6KTEqBvfXmXgYpDKDM2D2O?si=RV04WOw_QwOEhmkQ2oI8fw
I took my original Bluenote playlists, and removed (or am removing) themore challenging artists; think Don Cherry, Andrew Hill, Ornette Coleman. The goal is to create a playlist more palatable to non-jezz afficianados. Plus, honestly, I don't tend to dig Free Jazz too much. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5F0FxKkf9xyDkYCk8jN7Tm?si=-xLDRArYSMu5uB2XoqKiaw