Reminds me of sitting down to watch the Parker Joshua fight.Bit of an odd one I guess but this has always been my favorite album cover- idk why- it just says rock n roll to me.
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Quite ironic because if u had never heard Neil diamond and only seen this cover you would be quite surprised when u dropped the needle and crunchy granola suite started playing.
Big Reggae fan.
Bob the Prophet. so many un believable songs.
The first reggae track I ever heard was as a child, Claptons version of I shot the Sheriff.
UB40 were monsters here. I thought they were ok for a Ska reggae band.
But I always ended up in the purest hardore versions of a genre, Peter Tosh, Lee scratch Perry and others.
Nyati bush Doctor spoke to me...I should have been a pot head. Legalize Marijanna down here in Jamaica....hard to argue with that.
Alchemy was and probably still is one of my favourite albums. I could listen to that all day no problem at allNot an album but the sax solo in Gerry Rafferty’s Baker Street is, at least in my opinion, one of the best instrumental sections of all time. That, and Mark Knopfler‘s guitar in Telegraph Road.
The sax solo on Jungleland from Born to Run for me. A great showman and one cool dude was Clarence Clemons RIPNot an album but the sax solo in Gerry Rafferty’s Baker Street is, at least in my opinion, one of the best instrumental sections of all time. That, and Mark Knopfler‘s guitar in Telegraph Road.
Closer to home, Reef's "Place your hands" was a staple for Warriors for what seemed like years.
(and I was only joking about G'n'R's "Chinese Democracy" honest"