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Originally Posted by Krutsch View Post
 

 

+1 and well said about Neil Young.

 

t-t-t-t-talkin' 'bout my generation.....roughly the same age is Kurt would have been or Chris Cornell of Soundgarden.......

 

I love the way Neil Young can go from folk to country tinged rock to raw garage. Also credited as being the godfather of grunge. So, in some ways there is a link between Neil Young and Kurt Cobain.

 

Also as a metal guy, this year I put together a proper "digital rock library" for my Sonos system and bought a bunch of classic rock, alternative, etc. that I always liked, owned when I was younger, etc. but didn't own.

 

 

 

I had some Neil Young-but not hat much of his earlier stuff.

 

I know this is super well known-but for anyone wanting a place to start, this double disc is the way to go...just an amazing body of work here. This has become a favorite compilation of mine. I think it's really well done of his first jaw dropping decade in music that I would argue rivals, the Stones, Clapton, even the Beatles:

 

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If you don't own his music just check out this song list:

 

    1. Down To The Wire Neil Young 2:28 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   2. Burned Neil Young 2:15 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   3. Mr. Soul Neil Young 2:50 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   4. Broken Arrow Neil Young 6:13 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   5. Expecting To Fly Neil Young 3:45 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   6. Sugar Mountain Neil Young 5:41 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   7. I Am A Child Neil Young 2:20 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   8. The Loner Neil Young 3:50 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen   9. The Old Laughing Lady Neil Young 5:37 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 10. Cinnamon Girl Neil Young 3:00 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 11. Down By The River Neil Young 9:17 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 12. Cowgirl In The Sand Neil Young 10:02 Album Only  
listen 13. I Believe In You Neil Young 3:27 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 14. After The Gold Rush Neil Young 3:46 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 15. Southern Man Neil Young 5:31 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 16. Helpless Neil Young 3:38 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 17. Ohio Neil Young 2:59 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 18. Soldier Neil Young 2:28 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 19. Old Man Neil Young 3:22 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 20. A Man Needs A Maid Neil Young 4:05 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 21. Harvest Neil Young 3:11 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 22. Heart Of Gold Neil Young 3:07 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 23. Star Of Bethlehem Neil Young 2:43 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 24. The Needle And The Damage Done Neil Young 2:10 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 25. Tonight's The Night (Part 1) Neil Young 4:41 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 26. Tired Eyes Neil Young 4:33 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 27. Walk On Neil Young 2:41 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 28. For The Turnstiles Neil Young 3:01 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 29. Winterlong Neil Young 3:08 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 30. Deep Forbidden Lake Neil Young 3:41 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 31. Like A Hurricane Neil Young 8:17 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 32. Love Is A Rose Neil Young 2:16 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 33. Cortez The Killer Neil Young 7:31 $1.29  Buy MP3 
listen 34. Campaigner Neil Young 3:30 $1.29  Buy MP3 
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35. Long May You Run

 

Amazon says:

Amazon.com

The first stop for anybody new to Neil Young's music, this 34-song set (originally released in 1977) traces his growth from Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to Crazy Horse to his Harvest band, the Stray Gators. The album defined Young to rock radio the way Hot Rocks determined which Rolling Stones songs would become classics, but this is more than a quickie greatest-hits collection. Rarities and hits--Springfield's "Mr. Soul," CSNY's "Ohio," and Young's "Cinnamon Girl," "Heart of Gold," and the closing "Long May You Run"--develop in thematic and chronological patterns. --Steve Knopper

Edited by markm1 - 6/19/14 at 10:17am
post #16022 of 24557
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post


Iommi is so amazing. As a metalhead, he is to be revered! Metal has produced a ton of amazing guitar heroes...

Since were on favorites, my favorite is Kurt cobain, for the pure emotion in the playing and the amazing pop hooks injected into such raw punk, every song is a memorable riff.


Hells yeah! As a non-musician I would also go for feel and my emotional connection to hard rock as a youth in the late 70's: Angus Young (not the most technically gifted-but the boy can throw down) and Jimmy Page.

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Stupid iphone, double
Edited by ferday - 6/19/14 at 10:34am
post #16024 of 24557
Neil young was definitely the godfather of grunge, attitude is big there and the emotional connection to the music. I've seen him a couple times (he's technically local to me) and his live material is just so intense

Another good one from that era is Jerry Cantrell, simple bluesy hard rock but the melodies and stuff are just so heartfelt

Agreed on ol angus, that man could throw down, there's a reason why ac/dc is the best known hard rock all over the world
post #16025 of 24557
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Originally Posted by bfreedma View Post

My favorite currently active guitar player is Guthrie Govan. Among other projects, he's currently in the band "The Aristocrats" with Bryan Beller and Marco Minnemann. All three members are fantastic talents.

If you're a fan of Prog or Rock/Jazz hybrids, definitely worth checking out.


+1000

 

I've actually taken lessons from Bryan Beller.  Not that I'm name dropping or anything...

post #16026 of 24557
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post

Neil young was definitely the godfather of grunge, attitude is big there and the emotional connection to the music

Another good one from that era is Jerry Cantrell, simple bluesy hard rock but the melodies and stuff are just so heartfelt

Agreed on ol angus, that man could throw down, there's a reason why ac/dc is the best known hard rock all over the world

Jerry Cantrell is one of my favorite guitarist…I love the sound of the hardcore grunge he creates.

I saw AIC twice, once with Layne Staley, and once with their new vocalist William DuVall, which too my surprise was a great choice for the band.

post #16027 of 24557
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Originally Posted by bfreedma View Post

My favorite currently active guitar player is Guthrie Govan. Among other projects, he's currently in the band "The Aristocrats" with Bryan Beller and Marco Minnemann. All three members are fantastic talents.

If you're a fan of Prog or Rock/Jazz hybrids, definitely worth checking out.


+1000

 

I've actually taken lessons from Bryan Beller.  Not that I'm name dropping or anything...


Very cool actually. He comes across on stage as a nice guy who might have a good but sarcastic sense of humor. I like his solo stuff too.
post #16028 of 24557
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Originally Posted by bfreedma View Post


Very cool actually. He comes across on stage as a nice guy who might have a good but sarcastic sense of humor. I like his solo stuff too.


Just to be clear- he wouldn't recognize me if he tripped over me, but I did take 2 clinics and a private lesson.

 

He's actually fairly humble and funny.  Makes fun of 'rock stars' a lot.  And all of his stuff is killer.  Definitely Grado-friendly

post #16029 of 24557
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

Jerry Cantrell is one of my favorite guitarist…I love the sound of the hardcore grunge he creates.

I saw AIC twice, once with Layne Staley, and once with their new vocalist William DuVall, which too my surprise was a great choice for the band.


Last year in college for me-"Man in the Box" yo!

 

So many people across genres like Alice in Chains...my wife even-and believe me-that's saying something.

 

They just somehow bridged the gap between grunge/hard rock/metal and alternative. So much love for that band. I think of all the newmetal wannabees that copied Stanely's vocal style.

post #16030 of 24557
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 


Last year in college for me-"Man in the Box" yo!

 

So many people across genres like Alice in Chains...my wife even-and believe me-that's saying something.

 

They just somehow bridged the gap between grunge/hard rock/metal and alternative. So much love for that band. I think of all the newmetal wannabees that copied Stanely's vocal style.

AIC is my favorite band from back in the 90's, nobody sounds like them although they have tried.

Mad Seasons "Above" Cd with Layne Staley on vocals is also very good.

post #16031 of 24557
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Originally Posted by Krutsch View Post
 

 

+1 and well said about Neil Young.


+2 !!

post #16032 of 24557

I wasn't that into AIC.  For me, it was Soundgarden.

post #16033 of 24557
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post
 

I wasn't that into AIC.  For me, it was Soundgarden.

I saw them warm up for Van Halen 

Another excellent band!

Chris Cornell's voice is amazing! Considered to be one, if not, the best vocalist from that time period/genre.

Audioslave is also another excellent band thanks to Chris/Morello and the rest of the band!

 Are you familiar with the album "SAP" from AIC?

If not, check it out, nice acoustics.


Edited by joseph69 - 6/19/14 at 12:37pm
post #16034 of 24557
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post
 

I wasn't that into AIC.  For me, it was Soundgarden.


pearl jam

 

"stick it to the man"  (or ticketmaster)

post #16035 of 24557
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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 


pearl jam

 

"stick it to the man"  (or ticketmaster)


Man, they got so boring after 'Vitology'.  By that time, I moved on to Kyuss and Stoner/Doom.  PJ just couldn't keep up!

 

BTW, I do consider the 225i's to be outstanding Stoner/Doom cans.

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