favorite music . . .

by bookindian

If stranded on a desert island, and could only bring one music album with you, which would it be? What is it about this music that never gets old for you?” WordPress.

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O.K. answer to the first question: “Physical Graffiti”, LED ZEPPELIN!! Actually, it was a toss-up between “Physical Graffiti

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and “Houses of the Holy” . . .

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. . . but because “Physical Graffiti” is a two record set, that was my choice. “D’yer Mak’er” was really the only song on “Houses of the Holy” that I liked . . . Cheryl Crow did a cover of “D’yer Mak’er” on “Encomium” – said she didn’t know what the lyrics were about until they were explained to her (ex-school teacher): also a GREAT cover of “Custard Pie” with “Helmet/Blind Lemon” on the same release. I think “Encomium” was only on cassette.

If I could have a DVD player, I would take the “Led Zeppelin” DVD (two discs)

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Answer to question #2: What is it about this music that never gets old for you?</em

IT’S MUSIC, and not some sampled, rhyming couplet, iambic pentameter autotune bullshit . . .

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