Tag: Classic Day

Classic Day – Voodoo Woman

More rock n’ roll than blues methodology, Koko Taylor breaks more than hearts with her debut record I Got What It Takes. A stormy romance that bounces between the all-star performances of Mighty Joe Young and Sammy Lawhorn who open the bridges, unleashing a…

Classic Day – Monday Blues

Even more rare than finding love, at first sight, is the ability to come with a breakthrough, debut record and conquer the billboard with a generally defining sound of a subculture. Wherever the listener, however old they may be, there is something undoubtedly special…

Classic Day – Number One Soul

There is always an importance to the first number one record, especially when highlighting the illustrious career of Elton John, a true beast of ability on the keys, vocals, and of course through songwriting power. His 1972 record Honky Château is a detrimental record…

Classic Day – Freeform Militia

Live records recorded in a bustling venue can be incredibly taxing as some of the finite sounds and movements might be lost in the crowd. With Albert Ayler’s Prophecy, the record stands more on the principle of how sound from a crowd can increase…

Classic Day – Shattered Valves

In the expansive career that Kanye West has had over the 20 plus years in the music industry, he has covered nearly every feat possible. From Chicago to the hills of Hollywood, from Paris to Tokyo, it is fairly hard to encounter someone in…

Classic Day – Born Under A Bad Sign

Masterfully crafting two cooks into one kitchen is a near impossible task, the daunting and experimental leadership that the two orchestrate makes creating a perfect balance nearly impossible. Here on In Session with Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan, nearly every track displays some…

Classic Day – Touch Down in the States

Back from the grave in what seemed to be the death of character, David Bowie walked out of dreams and into reality with his 10th studio record, Station To Station. Directly before his career spanning trilogy known as the Berlin Trilogy, Bowie was shelving…

Classic Day – Make Me Come

The technical debut studio record from hardcore outfit Black Flag started the first wave with Damaged. The record that held some of the first punches from the punk community coming directly from Henry Rollins replacing the first singers of Keith Morris (OFF!, Circle Jerks),…

Classic Day – Train Track Tyrants

With a rising political climate that started to escalate at the time of its writing and recording, What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye is a record filled with uneasy tension disguised by fascinating production and active lyricism. As war raged on and continued to…

Classic Day – The Interpreter’s Sheets

In the misty morning where those iconic chords can still be heard ringing, Led Zeppelin formed their fifth studio record Houses of the Holy with an inevitable movement toward sophistication and adaptation. In one of the most consecutively banging records, Houses of the Holy…

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