This is, in my opinion, the most beautifully written album of all time.
The songs just draw on so many emotions. Buckley's lyrics just seem so universal. I would have to say that he is one of my biggest influences in songwriting.
· Beck Sea Change
This is just a sad, sad album, but the instrumentation is brilliant. The narcoleptic delivery of Indian instrumentation throughout the album gives a very unique and dreamy feel. While it's not an upbeat album, it doesn't put me to sleep either.
· Tangerine Songs for the Now and Others Forever
This is an up-and-coming band from Pittsburgh that we had the distinct pleasure of hosting in Cincinnati last month. And since I bought a copy of their album I can't get enough of it. If you ever get a chance to see Tangerine play, I recommend that you take it. I really believe that they will do something great.
· Damien Rice O
This album just seems to be so inspired; to me, it's inspirational. It is very simple music but, with the cello and backing vocals, you would never know it. I can't say enough about Damien Rice.
· Frank Sinatra Duets
This is like a greatest hits album, except he sings back and forth with other great singers, including Tony Bennett and Bono. These are the songs that will linger forever.
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