#ICYMI : Yesterday @blondieofficial's Parallel Lines turned 40. You read that correctly, 4-0. With grooves and rippers like Sunday Girl, Hanging on the Telephone, and Heart of Glass, its obvious why this LP is a classic. Which track is your favorite?
I'm back from Paris now, I managed to pick up some pieces for the collection whilst over there.
First... Bullet For My Valentine - Don't Need You (2017). Limited edition of 1,530, Record Store Day 2017 release. Red vinyl, logo and title etched on B side.
Lucio Battisti - Il Veliero (labatteria,ilcontrabbasso,eccetera, 1976)
Doubtlessly one of the most talented and visionary artist in the history of Italian music, Lucio Battisti wrote this song after a trip in the USA where he came in contact with the Disco scene.
A milestone in the genre, edited and remixed an uncountable number of times, still played by Djs who care about music - we love you Lucio!
CROSBY, STILLS & NASH
"Crosby, Stills & Nash" (Atlantic, 1969)
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The sound of #CSN in their heyday is a beautiful one, one that extended the #folkrock innovations of the Byrds to new vistas. Extended songs like "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" and the pensively rocking "Wooden Ships" (dig those tense, jazzy chords!) are both emblematic of their era and timeless, offering music that never ceases to be utterly captivating as the decades roll on.
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Pressing: 1st US
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