Monday, February 28, 2011

My 3 Most Listened Albums Of 2010 Part 3

And finally here is the third (and last) part of my most listened albums of 2010... I hope to enjoy all of them... ;-)

Year of release: 2010
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: Sweden

01. Wiseman
02. Alley Cat
03. The Angelmaker
04. King of Whitewater
05. Long Way Home
06. Move on Through
07. The Great Escape:
- I - ...And the Earth Wept
- II - Poisoned Land (instrumental)
- III - Leaving Home
- IV - Take-off
- V - A Turn for the Worse
- VI - A New Balance
- VII - Death of the Goddesses
- VIII - The Age of Confusion: Despair
- IX - The Age of Confusion: Lust
- X - The Age of Confusion: Reason
- XI - The Aftermath
- XII - Dining on Ashes
- XIII - The Curtain Falls

Sunday, February 27, 2011

My 3 Most Listened Albums Of 2010 Part 2

Here I will present the second album that was released during 2010 and have spun many times in my player. Tomorrow you will find it out... ;-)

Year of release: 2010
Genre: Post Rock/Alternative
Country: Scotland

01. Movie Screens
02. Century
03. Bright Lights Will Harm No-One
04. Nautical Song
05. My Radio Star
06. Half Horizon
07. War Pigeon
08. Fog Sky Nun
09. 17
10. Stalking Moon

Saturday, February 26, 2011

My 3 Most Listened Albums Of 2010 Part 1

For the end of February, I decided to do something different. On Monday you will find on this post an album that I have listened too many times during 2010. The reason for doing this is that some artists should receive people attention's on time - not after years, especially when they have released excellent albums. So, be patient and on Monday the mystery will be revealed... ;-)

Year of release: 2010
Genre: Ambient/Darkwave
Country: U.K.

01. Babylon
02. The Bogus Man
03. Wintersun
04. Utopia
05. Inferno
06. This Boy
07. The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
08. Crescent

Thursday, February 24, 2011

R.I.P. Gary

Earlier this month, one of the greatest rock/blues guitarist of all time passed away. It was a very sad surprise to inform that one of my favorite guitarists will no longer play his music. So, why we should remember Gary? Because apart from his technique, his playing had "tons of passion". He played almost everything in his career: progressive/psychedelic rock (Skid Row, Colosseum II), hard rock (Thin Lizzy, solo), pop (solo) and of course his biggest love: blues (BBM, solo), with quite success. Furthermore, something that is not mention very often is his vocal abilities, which were quite remarkable. If one word could describe his music, this would be "feeling".

As a tribute, I decided to upload Corridors Of Power, because it combines two of my favorites sides of Gary, the "hard" one and the "blue" one.

Goodbye Gary.... Empty rooms are everywhere...