~Favourite bands, top tens, whatever...
Date sent: Thu, 20 Feb 1997 13:34:11 -0500
From: kathy elliott
Subject: JBEL: favorites too...
Since everyone else is doing it I guess I'll list some of my favorites as well: in no particular order
Dave Matthews Band
of course The Beatles
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 09:34:32 +1100
Subject: JBEL: favs
Well everyone else has, so i may aswell give it a spin..
My ten favs:
Pearl Jam: No-Code
Afghan Whigs: Up In It
Buckley, Jeff: Grace
Three fish: three fish
Built to Spill: Built to Spill
Shellac: Action Park
Neil Young: Harvest
Afghan Whigs Gentlemen
Pearl Jam: Vs
Date sent: Thu, 20 Feb 1997 17:56:32 -0500
From: Chris Reid
Subject: JBEL: JB and favs
As Andrew and all ya all are doing it, I might as well plug my favorites as well
Here are my current top ten, it changes constantly and they are in no particular order......
1. Spain - The Blue Moods of Spain
2. Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
3. Possum Dixon - Possum Dixon
4. Jeff Buckley - Grace
5. hayden - Everything I Long For (I highly recommend you guys check this cd out!)
6. Archers of Loaf - All the Nations Airports
7. Afghan Whigs - Black Love
8. American Music Club - San Francisco
9. Radiohead - The Bends
10. Mark Eitzel - 60 Watt Silver Lining
That's it (for now anyways)
Date sent: Thu, 20 Feb 1997 16:23:28 -0800
From: Heather Short
Subject: JBEL: another top 10 list
Organization: i'm a bohemian
hello people! it certainly is great to have the list back! muchas gracias to whoever is responsible. it's always interesting when a jb list closes because, although we usually lose some people, we eventually make up for it with newbies. glad to see that there's many other jb "appreciators" still out there.
well, i'm gonna give in to temptation this time and post my top 10 albums. they're in order of how much they have affected my life:
1. ani difranco - not a pretty girl
2. jeff buckley - uh....lets see...the choices are limitless...Grace?
3. tori amos - little earthquakes
4. ani difranco - dilate (she has 8 albums and it was pretty hard to limit myself to just list two)
5. sarah mclachlan - fumbling towards ecstasy
6. indigo girls - indigo girls
7. red hot chili peppers - uplift mofo party plan (this record came YEARS before they sold their souls to mtv--sorry, i'm just a little bitter)
8. enya - shepherd moons
9. toad the wet sprocket - fear
10. the doors - the doors
an honorable mention goes to any album created by the, now, disassembled
On a related topic to name dropping, David posted Jeff's favorite albums of last year on the Sony web page, so I will post some of mine...
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion-Now I got Worry
Aimee Mann-I'm with stupid Afghan
Vic Chesnutt-About to Choke
Lara Brendan Benson-One Mississippi
Beck-Odelay Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and
Michael Brooke-Night Song
Stereolab-Emperor Tomato Ketchup Duncan
Sheik-Duncan Sheik and if there are more, well, then I can't remember them right now. I am off...
Date sent: Thu, 20 Feb 1997 23:49:45 -0500 (EST)
From: Avenius Dara A
Subject: JBEL: intro from me
okay, now its time to go for my list of favorites which is more than ten (sorry) and in no specific order. i can't remember all, but i'll try (i'm not in my room right now): patti smith, ani difranco, aretha franklin, sonic youth, juliana hatfield, tori, jewel, sdre/jeremy enigk, bikini kill, ben harper, lemonheads, bratmobile, nick cave, peter murphy, pearl jam, ida, in between blue, elysian fields, congo-norvell, melting hopefuls, janis joplin, babes in toyland, ella fitzgerald, the muffs, nancy boy, blondie, grant lee bufalo, redd kross, PIL, lou reed, lydia lunch, roky erikson, the indians, lots o chick punk rock, allen ginsberg, xtc, g. love and special sauce, cornershop, ape hangers, otis redding, bette midler, john lennon, bob marley, blur (circa modern life is rubbish-haven't checked out anything since), beatles of course, loudon wainright, simon and garfunkel, violent femmes, and i can't even remember who else. oh yeah, duh but jb. Could never leave him out of a faves list. sorry i wrote so many but i'm supposed to be doing an english paper and a lot of other things so i'm trying to procrastinate as long as possible. please excuse my overindulgence therefore.
i should get back to the dreaded paper now so bye for now. my love to all on the list, newbies and oldies.
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 07:18:33 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: JBEL: another top 10 list
10 in no particular order
Afghan Whigs -Up in it
Ani DiFranco -Not a Pretty Girl
Jeff Buckley -Grace
Liz Phair -Exile in Guyville
Radiohead -The Bends
Frank Zappa -Hot Rats
Tori Amos -Under the Pink
Leonard Cohen -Songs of Love and Hate
Grant Lee Buffalo -Fuzzy
Don McLean -American Pie
Dennis in the delphi
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 08:42:43 -0500 (EST)
From: Judy Greene
Subject: JBEL: intro
54-year-old criminologist living in Brooklyn Heights.
Introduced to JB's music by my daughter, CaRoL Mariconda (now Carol Maric), who created the original Jeff Buckley mailing list and co-created the "unofficial" web site (Hi Gayle...).
Top 10 Favs (excluding our guy):
Patti Smith (yes, I was at the Tibet show, in the front row...)
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 08:30:54 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Re: JBEL: Re: PJ and Brad
Now I'll jump on this favourites bandwagon...so for obvious reasons (It's way to early for me to have any order) here is a very random list, I might leave some out!:
LIVE(The new one is great!)
Dave Matthews Band
Stabbing westward(did I ever mention how eclectic my tastes were?)
Manic Street Preachers (they are one of the best bands I have heard in a long time...saw them open for OASIS at the show where Liam wasn't there!!!! Were cool!)
Beethoven (particularly the third symphony)
Mazzy Star ( I knew they are far from new, but I just found out that I liked them!)
ok that's all I can think of...
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 11:48:12 -0500 (EST)
Subject: JBEL: yet another top 10 list
It's so hard to pick ten albums out of the hundreds of albums in my collection, but these are the ten I seem to listen to most, so I guess you could consider them my favorites
Cowboy Junkies-Trinity Sessions
REM-Automatic for the People
Mike Watt-Ballhog or Tugboat?
Beck-One Foot In The Grave
Velvet Underground-anything they've put out
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 16:53:06 -0500 (EST)
From: Francois Dejean
Subject: Re: JBEL: Hello
The top ten (no one can escape to The top ten...) :
All the late-sixties-early-seventies-british-blues-boom-classic-rock-shut-up'n-play-yer-guitar-rock stuff (Hendrix, Zep, Clapton, Doors...), Lou Reed, Neil Young, John Coltrane, Frank Zappa, reggae (Bob & the W., Burning Spear, LKJ..), James brown, Nick Drake as well... and also some classical music.
Well, you see, many different things. And of course Jeff Buckley. That's more than ten, but who cares...
Peace to all of you
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 18:27:22 -0500 (EST) From: Jheggart
Subject: Re: JBEL: favorites
Guess what a favourites list without Pearl Jam or Afghan Whigs...........
11(I like to be different!)favourite songs
John Martyn-Solid Air
Robert Palmer-Love me or leave me
Fiona Apple-Move Like Honey
Geneva-Closer to the stars
Nick Drake-River Man
Ben Harper-Whipping Boy
Red House Painters-Down Through
Billie Holiday-Don't Explain
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 17:03:03 -0900
Subject: Re: JBEL: favorites
I know I'm a little late, but I have to list my favorites too...
Soundgarden, Tori Amos, Fleetwood Mac ('69-'79), Faith No More, Ani DiFranco, Crowded House, Nick Drake, Tom Petty, Hater, Portishead, Morcheeba, Ben Harper, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and various others...
Thanks for listening!
Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 23:47:52 -0500 (EST)
From: Cooper M Ladnier
Subject: JBEL: intro
If anyone is interested, here is my "top ten":
(besides Jeff Buckley, and not in any particular order)
1. Zakir Hussain
2. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
3. J.S. Bach
4. Edith Piaf
5. Sidney Bechet
6. Mark O'Connor
7. Bob Dylan
8. L. Shankar
9. Cocteau Twins
10. Jean-Luc Ponty
Thanks for your time,
my, my, my sherona