Paul McCartney (Wings) - Wings at the Speed of Sound
Paul McCartney (Wings) - London Town
These albums are good. I'm not big on "Venus & Mars" for whatever reason. Paul did some rough demos on some of the songs and they sound better on there. Call Me Back Again used to be a ballad, "Letting Go" had a more darker sound. "Rock Show" is ####ing great though, and a few others.
"London Town" is pretty underrated. I enjoy most of it. Has a more languid, laid back sound, and some stupid filler here and there but the title track is so good, so is "I'm Carrying", "Cafe On The Left Bank", "Dont Let It Bring You Down" and a few others.
"SPEED OF SOUND" is probably the most poppy they've ever gotten maybe, with "Silly Love Songs" and other hits. It's catchy and I like most of it. I like "Must Do Something About It" quite a bit
Jethro Tull - Thick As A Brick (just about playing it out now but this has quickly become one of my favorite albums. Keeps getting stuck in my head with all those cute organ melodies and Ian Anderson hooks. Masterpiece imo and I feel silly for waiting till 35 years old to hear it! What the hell!)
Genesis - Foxtrot (might have mentioned on my last spinnings but another album I am a huge late-bloomer on. Suppers Ready is definitely a masterpiece. "Can Utility and The Coastliner" is also underrated)
Tim Buckley - Happy Sad (Been exploring his albums a bit, and his discography is fascinating. Had no set style, just did whatever the hell he felt like it after the first few albums. This album is very relaxing, nice mallet percussion, very jazzy, easy going feel. A lot of it sounds made up on the spot)
-Tim Buckley - Blue Afternoon (similar to Happy Sad; jazzy, laid back acoustic music with a very loose feel to the arrangements and melodies. Also sounds made up on the spot, but emotional)
-Tim Buckley - Lorca (here he starts getting very weird. His style just gets more long-winded and the music more unhinged and abrasive. I haven't listened to this one as much but the title track is something worth hearing at least.)
- Tim Buckley - Starsailor (Still my favorite of his. He has gotten totally bonkers insane on this record and lost complete care and sanity of what comes out. At first it is just completely offputting, but with headphones, you notice just some really creepy and interesting parts on here. It made me appreciate it more with more listens. Only the title track is absolutely ####ed up to the core with nothing but eerie voices surrounding the whole track, some that sound like ghosts. Probably need to be high to even stand it)
-After that he went to "sex funk". Heard one album but still gotta hear more.
Yes I'm Leaving - Pure Joy (Jesus Lizard-esque newer band from Australia. Not bad)
Barclay James Harvest - s/t (Is this band worth delving into? This debut is pretty good. Doesn't wow me, but its solid)