The Rolling Stones, 'Exile on Main Street' - i love the blues and even more, i love rock albums, groups, sounds, artists (particularly guitarists) inspired by the blues. and i don't mean they just like the blues, i mean successfully incorporate the blues sound into their music (i.e. this album, jimmy page in general, jimi hendrix, the list goes on)...this album does all the right things.
"Colour me your colour, baby Colour me your car Colour me your colour, darling I know who you are Come up off your colour chart I know where you're coming from Call me on the line Call me call me any anytime Call me my love you can call me any day or night Call me!" Call me-BLONDIE
Night Beat is a look at the disruption of culture as viewed through the history of rock music, its activists, its politics, the lives lived and lives grieved for during an epoch of upheaval. The author’s personal touchstones (Bob Dlan, John Lydon, Lou Reed and others) are mixed with his interviews and encounters as a Rolling Stone journalist (such as The Clash, Sinéad O’Connor, Miles Davis and Keith Jarrett) and a sampling of critical indulgences. This book is a mix of the best of Mikal ...
Janis Joplin, The Clash, Miles Davis, Aretha Franklin, Judas Priest, Cream – and two Polish graphic artists. Stanisław Zagórki and Rosław Szaybo designed album art for some of the greatest musicians of the 20th century.
Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) - (black) Art &(black) Music From basquiatbiography.com: Basquiat was, of course, a great jazz fan. Charlie Parker is the Jazz character most often referred to as Basquiat’s “hero.” But in a 1983 interview in Milan, Lisa Licitra asked Basquiat his favorite music, and he replied “Miles Davis.”