Released in October 2000. Right when I needed it. The perfect album to get lost in and reset.
“Been Caught Stealing” was everywhere and a ton of fun. “Ain’t No Right” had that great tribal bass intro. “Three
Epic concert in a small venue. Infinite Tamboura and Back to the Earth should always be played back to back.
This album had a permanent spot in the five-disc CD player back in the day.
Orange (Jon Spencer Blues Explosion album) – Wikipedia
The first band I “discovered” on my own. Instant desert island disc.
A teammate on the swim team told me to get IV and II. That was Christmas. I quickly picked up everything else in the catalog.
The songs never get old.
Hard to pick just one album, but BTR has two of my favorites; She’s The One and Jungleland.
The last great Stones album. Every track. Though released in 1981, most of the tracks were outtakes from the 70s. Their greatest decade.
I remember playing this as loud as our stereo could go while home alone on a Friday afternoon back then. It wasn't until Waiting On A Friend ended that I finally heard my Dad knocking at the door. He was here to pick me up for the weekend and had given up trying to get me to hear him. I guess he waited until the album was done.