Early Kasabian, an intense, raw and brutal album. I like many others have been known to be sat at traffic lights screaming "AH AHAHA AHAHA...I TELL YOU I WANT YOU". It's that make kind of album that one minute makes you feel like you're going to war. Then next minute it's transporting you to a … Continue reading KASABIAN UKULELE TABS – Full Debut Album
I've learnt to play my top 50 albums of all time and this is number 50. Whats The Story Morning Glory is a masterpiece, Oasis's crowning glory. Now let's not get this twisted, just because its number 50 it's NOT my favourite album of all time. However, it's certainly up there. I have so many good … Continue reading Oasis – (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?
My introduction to Simon & Garfunkel was an unconventional one. It was during the movie "Old School" and Will Ferrell's character gets a horse tranquillizer to the neck and eventually falls into the swimming pool. As he's drowning the most beautiful song starts to play...."Hello darkness my old friend". The harmonies are breathtaking. I instantly … Continue reading Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water
This album totally blew me away, Amy had one hell of a voice, one of them voices that made me think of smoky, dimly lit clubs, and some of the greatest female singers of years gone by. I was devastated when i heard of her passing, Imagine what might have happened if she was allowed … Continue reading Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
A creative milestone in popular music, this recording must surely be an essential purchase. The most important British group? The songs speak for themselves. It is very hard to see how this cannot be the regarded as the best albums ever released. How great would it be to come across it for the first time … Continue reading The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
I first discovered these guys when iTunes gave away Mansard Roof as the free single of the week (Remember when they used to do that?). I was instantly hooked, the pop sensibility merged with the afro rhythms and obvious Paul Simon influence made them a perfect fit for me. A perfect album for a road … Continue reading Vampire Weekend – Debut Album
Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution ... and neither is this timeless masterpiece! AC/DC are well and truly in musical roots, some of my earliest memories are watching old VHS tapes of the likes of Iron Maiden, Guns N Roses and Meat Loaf with my old man. AC/DC was one that stood out though, the … Continue reading AC/DC – Back In Black