What older music have you been enjoying recently?

What older music have you been enjoying recently?

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  1. I started a record collection recently and a lot of what I’ve purchased is pretty old. My recent haul had the Byrds, Alan Parsons Project, Pink Floyd, and Paul Simon. I’ve also been really into a lot of jazz and fusion from the early seventies, real nerdy shit lol

  2. I dunno if this counts as old, but I’ve been listening to a lot of early to mid 2000s R&B/Pop and I’m noticing there’s a lot of songs with lyrics like a mad lib and don’t make much sense but they’re catchy as hell.

  3. The Velvet Underground and Nico.

    I’ve listened to a bunch of old music that gets called “wild” or radical and for the most part, time has robbed them of their shock value (e.g. London Calling is a good album, but it’s hard to call it “revolutionary” now that every political and musical trend it drew from has faded). This album is one of the few where I totally get why this was extremely advanced for its time.

  4. Barracuda- heart

    Queen

    I was made for lovin you- kiss

    I think we’re alone now- Tiffany

    Right back where we started from- Maxine nightingale

    American pie- don McLean

    Step back in time- Kylie Minogue

  5. * Try a Little Tenderness- Otis Redding
    * These Days- Nico
    * Love Will Tear Us Apart- Joy Division
    * Lover You Should Have Come Over- Jeff Buckley
    * Solsbury Hill- Peter Gabriel
    * For No One- The Beatles
    * Pale Blue Eyes- The Velvet Underground
    * Suffer the Children- Tears for Fears
    * I’d Have You Any Time- George Harrison
    * In Heaven- Peter Ivers/David Lynch
    * And pretty much anything by David Bowie

  6. Styx is my favorite band, and I recently saw them and Reo Speedwagon play in concert together, so now I’m a huge fan of Reo too.

    But I also love

    -The Cranberries

    -The Beach Boys

    -“Hyperactive!” (Thomas Dolby)

    -“Major Tom-Coming Home” (Peter Schilling)

    -Early Coldplay

    Basically anything 60s-early 2000s

  7. I usually can’t do super slow music and then I heard ‘Everyone Loves the Sunshine’ by Roy Ayers in the NWA movie and now I’m infatuated by that type of jazz (I think it’d be considered jazz or something close).

    Music with vibes like ‘Summer Madness’ by Kool & The Gang, I just wish those songs would never end while I’m listening.

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