Started by Janszoon, Jan 21, 2023, 04:00 PM
Quote from: Lady of Synth on Jan 28, 2023, 02:11 AMOxygene is really a timeless, transcendent classic. This video of Jarre walking through all the synths he used on the album is a treat for us synthsters.
Quote from: Guybrush on Jan 28, 2023, 07:58 AMOxygene and other JMJ albums used to be background music to our DNDing back in the 90s. I haven't really listened to it since then, so that's a huge nostalgia trip waiting to happen.Also, Limmy's Falconhoof sketches feel weirdly familiar to me.
Quote from: Janszoon on Feb 04, 2023, 07:45 AMMarvin Gaye—What's Going On (1971)I have to admit, when I was younger I thought Marvin Gaye was pretty lame. I attribute that to the fact "Sexual Healing" was mainly what I knew from him and I'm still not a fan of that song. This whole album, though, is amazing. It's warm and sad, angry and soft-spoken. I fell in love with this many years ago and the record sounds wonderful.
Quote from: ribbons on Feb 04, 2023, 06:32 PMWonderful collection of vinyls here, Jans. I'm a huge Marvin Gaye fan and he may be my favorite vocalist ever (which is saying a lot). What's Going On is of course a classic, in which the strings help Marvin's harsh medicines go down. My favorite track is actually "Flying High (In the Friendly Sky)". Think I'll spin that right now.
Quote from: Lady of Synth on Jan 28, 2023, 02:11 AMOxygene is really a timeless, transcendent classic.