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Albums you'd like to see, but are never coming out

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Fade to Black, May 10, 2008.

  1. Augusto86

    Augusto86 Senior member

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    The Mars Volta's final album EVER.

    That would be a glorious day.
     
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    CoconutBanana Senior member

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    MF DOOM & Ghostface Killah-Swift & Changeable.
     
  3. basis

    basis Well-Known Member

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    I would like to see a new Future Sound of London album where they aren't playing sitars and singing like hippies.

    lol +1
     
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    basis Well-Known Member

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    'Bitches Brew' came out before Hendrix died. Miles did claim in his autobiography (which every motherfucker should read) that after the Isle of Wight festival he and Hendrix were going to do a session in London with Gil Evans!

    I need to get that off the shelf... I'd forgotten how amusing it can be.

    I really think Bitches' Brew is the most overhyped jazz (if you want to call it that) LP of all time. That's not to say it's bad--just that it's nowhere near great. There are a lot of cool things about it, but it's a transitional / inspirational LP, not desert island material like is often claimed (YMMV). I'd certainly like to hear Jimi on it, though.

    Albums that are never coming out?

    * Clifford Brown anytime after dying in car crash... he was going to be a diatonic Freddie Hubbard
    * NIN/Reznor that doesn't blow (some of Fragile was ok, but after that the only listenable material is the minimalist ambient tracks)
    * more Michael Brecker (RIP)... he could be sterile and showy, but occasionally an absolutely transcendent soloist
    * Jaco Pastorius x Pat Metheny duos
    * another Common album that sounds like Like Water For Chocolate
     

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