Re: Your Twenty Favorite Artists
Also in no particular order:
Artist-Meaningless Garble. Song I love.
1 Metallica-The soundtrack to my youth, and my life to date. For Whom the Bell Tolls
2 Pink Floyd-Beginning with Meddle and continuing to the present, I love everything Waters and/or Gilmour touch (with the notable exception of The Final Cut). Time.
3 Supafuzz-I have mentioned them before. They were a local band in Lexington that I saw many many nights in bars and clubs throughout Kentucky. King of Karma.
4 Black Sabbath- My introduction into heavy music started here. The first six Ozzy albums and the two Dio albums are all masterpieces. N.I.B.
5 Ozzy- I love almost everything on the first 7 solo albums, after that I hate it. Flying High Again.
6 Sinatra- Nobody quite like him. Luck Be A Lady.
7 Sting- He made this list on the strength of Ten Summoners Tales, I think it is the pinnacle of a fantastic career. Seven Days.
8 Jimmy Buffet- From time to time I need to change the scenery in my head. Volcano.
9 Danzig- Delightfully dark, and a little twisted. Dirty Black Summer.
10 Linkin Park- Great energy that fit their time exceptionally well. One Step Closer.
11 Led Zeppelin- There is nothing I can say here that hasn't been said before. Dazed and Confused.
12 Alabama- I blame Mom. I grew up hearing it over and over and over and... Dixieland Delight.
13 Pantera- Mind blowingly heavy and crisp with a groove. Drag the Water.
14 Louis Armstrong- Great nostalgia. A Kiss to Build a Dream On.
15 ZZ Top- Blues and rock with style. Jesus Just Left Chicago/Waiting for the Bus
16 Iron Maiden- Bruce Dickenson is who I want to be; that voice. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son.
17 Neil Young- A sound I relate to. I blame Dad, I heard this over and over and... Old Man.
18 Stevie Ray Vaughan- A career cut way to short. Beautiful music to party or cry to. Pride and Joy.
19 P!nk- I don't care what anybody says, Alicia Moore is one talented woman. Her lyrics resonate truth and honesty and she rocks. Sober.
20 Bob Seger- I love Uncle Bob. I can't think of one Seger song I don't like. Some I like more than others, but none I don't like. Sunspot Baby.
What if this is as good as it gets?