By Robert Dimery, Michael Lydon
1001 Albums you need to pay attention ahead of You Die is a hugely readable record of the easiest, crucial, and the main influential pop albums from 1955 via 2003. conscientiously chosen by way of a crew of foreign critics, each one album is a groundbreaking paintings seminal to the knowledge and appreciation of song from the Nineteen Fifties to the current. integrated with each one access are creation info and credit in addition to reproductions of unique album conceal paintings. might be most vital of all, each one album featured comes with an authoritative description of its value and impression. one of the critics fascinated about determining the record are the very best recognized track reviewers and commentators, together with Theunis Bates (music author for Time and concrete editor at worldpop.com), Jon Harrington (staff author at MTV), Seth Jacobson (writer for Dazed & Confused), in addition to many others.
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Now, Budd was getting into something different then. And I hung out with Budd a lot, so I started picking up on a lot of the things that Prez and Budd were doing. Because Budd played with Prez many years before he ever got to Chicago. And I kinda liked what they were doing. It was a little different from what was going along then. Well, later, we used to go into Kansas City and play quite often. There were some young musicians in Kansas City that we all admired. One of them was Fred Beckett, a trombone player.
That times everybody put their horns down, and Lester would just play—seriously, ten, twelve, fourteen choruses. And nobody else did that. They took their two or three, and that was it. TRUMMY YOUNG Meantime I played a lot of little jazz things with Prez around there. A lot of jam sessions. I never did really record with Prez. I'm sorry I never got a chance to record with him, but we played a lot of little jam sessions, and he used to encourage me a lot, you know. He used to tell me, "Hey, Baby!
But, boy, he was in love with that broad. He never did get straight, but he could play the shit out of the trumpet! I think he influenced me as much as Roy did. At that time he was playing all this shit that was as much as you could want to hear. He was using the whole tones, the augmenteds, the raised ninths, the flatted fifths, and he'd do it, and I used to sit and marvel at it because I said, "Goddamn, how did this kid . " He came from North Carolina, and he had no name whatsoever, nobody never heard of him.
1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die by Robert Dimery, Michael Lydon