As I’ve been posting daily about the album I’m listening to in the morning, I’ve realized that there is an eclectic mix of music lovers out in the White Sox Twitter streets. So I decided to start a series where we explore YOUR favorite albums. Up first is someone who I always enjoy talking music with, my bass buddy Rudy.
On my eight grade trip to Springfield and Lincoln’s Cabin.
How often do you listen to it?
Several times a month.
Why is this your favorite album?
It’s the rare instance of loving something as a kid, and being proven right about it later. Nothing else really sounds like it. It’s an eclectic genre mix up, with every song being both unique and well written. Danger Mouse handles production so it sounds incredible, with every instrument and tone well thought out and meticulously planned. Damon Albarn has made a lot of great albums, but this one’s his best.
Which track would be your walk up music?
I think I gotta go with Dare, just so I can have that ridiculous accent say “it’s coming up, it’s coming up” over and over again.
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Section 108 Row 13, Bassist for Barren Plains, Acclaimed drunkard