hey friends, this my account for posting the 70s and 80s records (and sometimes some other stuff) that come by my turntable and spotify.
discogs in the profile to track the out-of-print, not-streaming stuff I hunt down; spotify for So. Many. Playlists.
i'm a dad and i like dad music.
imagining the outtakes if this is the photo they chose
@rjt and lots of steely dan has been played in garages but that don’t make it garage rock
stating for the record that none of these artists ever recorded a #yachtrock song:
the beach boys
it's a really great weekend for my french and french-canadian #yachtrock playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1SZWCV91sFuLFsCRBAQF1P?si=HTeMW83YS3OPz9rZi195bw
oops, definitely need to run this batch of LPs through the ol' spinclean
keep the fire, from 1979, is a little country-tinged; kenny pretty much always stayed firmly on the rock side of yacht rock.
three tracks are certified yacht, including the indelible "this is it"; the opening track "love has come of age" (one of my favorites) just missed the boat at a 47.25 on the yachstki scale.
records arrive today!!!
the official #yachtrock spotify playlist by jd ryznar (in which every song has been rated over 50 on the Yachtski scale, see yachtornyacht.com) was updated last week for the first time in a year and now has a whopping 411 songs on it!
28 hours of yacht rock
My entire YouTube recommendation list is Steely Dan, rocket stoves, and @zacanger now
This place has changed me
only the leah kunkel record was over $10, most were under $5
i am here to post about expensive production, smooth grooves, and dark, sarcastic lyrics
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