Puritan Board Freshman
Back and forth to Amsterdam amongst most likely crying babies. Recommend me an album to listen to, I am open to any and all genres!
This is something different for my ears, added Vivaldi to my playlist.Every Cecilia Bartoli album is a revelation.
No need, I grew up on metal. I have the new Queensreich and Opeth ready to go, anything else I’m missing?As a metal head I am trying to think of softer stuff for you.
I have been wanting to listen to this! Thank you for reminding me.The Unfolding, Timothy Brindle.
Wow, that is really good! Love it. I am a bit of an audiophile on a budget and that just sounds lovely.Michael Kiwanuka: "Welcome Home".
Yes I did! The book arrived right on time and it is coming with me, thank you again for the gracious gift.Brother, I am praying for your journey. Did you receive the book? I am mostly a jazz and classical person. I can recommend a few newer, or older, releases in those genres.
1959 was kind of a miracle year for jazz. "Kind of Blue" by Miles Davis, "Mingus -Ah -Um" by Charles Mingus, and "Time Out" by Dave Brubeck were all recorded at Columbia Records's 30th Street studios in Manhattan and released that year.Miles Davis, "Kind of Blue" is a classic. I recall, when I was about 15 yrs old, taking it out of my Mother's pile of records. I still listen to it today. I was a weird kid.
I don't listen to a lot of music that's that recent. Last Leaf (2017) by The Danish String Quartet and Emperor of Sand (2017) by Mastodon come to mind. Hugsja (2018) by Einar Selvik and Ivar Bjornson.Back and forth to Amsterdam amongst most likely crying babies. Recommend me an album to listen to, I am open to any and all genres!