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The Pretty Things – SF Sorrow (1968)

S.F. SorrowI only found out about this album about a year ago and in that short time it has become one of my favorites. I haven’t broached out too much in the rest of their albums because I read this one is unlike anything they did before and then only the album after is as good.

Interestingly it does not appear to be widely known that this is the first rock opera by only being released a few weeks before Tommy. I hear a lot of Tommy in this record and according to what I’ve read so do many others. It appears that this album had an influence on Pete Townsend when he wrote Tommy. Until I discovered S.F. Sorrow, I always thought that Tommy was the first.

In the late nineties, the band reunited with Dave Gilmour and Arthur Brown to play the entire album live. Arthur Brown narrated the text pieces that appeared on S.F. Sorrow that provide a connection between the songs and help the story to become more clear. Something that could only be done with great difficulty before iPods, I made a play list that has the narration by Arthur Brown placed between the songs on the original album and not the live version, essentially combining parts of two albums. I love listening to this because the story becomes more concrete in my mind as I listen to the play list.

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Wikipedia
Article About The Pretty Things
Article About S.F. Sorrow

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Bob Dylan – Tangled Up In Blue (1975)

Blood On The TracksMy favorite Bob Dylan song is one that I don’t think is very many people’s favorite: Tangled Up In Blue (from Blood On The Tracks).

I’ve always liked the song a lot when I occasionally heard it on the radio (when I still listened to radio) but recently I did a little bit of research on it and discovered that there was more to the song than there appeared to be. Dylan had written the song like a cubist painting cutting up the pieces, lyrics, events in the song and rearranging them as if you were looking at a typical cubist painting. The pieces weren’t arranged chronologically but built to form a picture of multiple perspectives.

I love listening to the song now and mentally reorganizing the lyrics to put them in chronological order. Unfortunately that’s impossible (except for Dylan) because there aren’t clear markings to let us know the order. And the lyrics could be broken by stanza or line or even word. This only makes my favorite Bob Dylan song even better to me.

For More Information:

Wikipedia
Article About Bob Dylan
Article About Blood On The Tracks
Article About Tangled Up In Blue

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
16 | Blood On The Tracks – Bob Dylan

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Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – Trout Mask Replica (1969)

Trout Mask ReplicaI wanted to start this blog off with one of the most difficult rock records ever to be published: Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band’s Trout Mask Replica. I think like everyone else who likes this album; I didn’t initially like it when I heard it. I set it down for some time and then liked it much much more after that. I think that in between the first and second listens I had began listening too other avant garde (or difficult?) music like the really droning 60’s psychedelic rock, krautrock, free and fusion jazz. When I came back to the album, I was more prepared to listen to music that didn’t attempt to the latest popular pop hit.

One of the striking things about this album that I haven’t read anywhere else (at least that I can recall) is that all the non-melodic playing, polyrhythmic drumming and the instruments playing in different time signatures without regard for the others is that I have trouble memorizing the songs like I am able to with music that conforms to the typical pop music verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge-verse-chorus structure. Each time I listen to the album is almost like the first time I’m hearing it but I have the same pleasure also as if I have listened to it many times. Both at the same time. Simultaneously.

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The Captain Beefheart Radar Station

Wikipedia
Article About Captain Beefheart
Article About Trout Mask Replica

Progarchives
Article About Captain Beefheart
Article About Trout Mask Replica

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
58 | Trout Mask Replica – Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band

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