Here are all of bertrandrustles's jams.
by Tom Waits
My #FinalJam could only be this, possibly the greatest goodbye song ever written. Longing and sorrowful while looking forward to what's next. Perfect for this occasion. The lyrics are so beautiful...
Jammed: 23rd Sep 2015
by The La's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bzxpWob71M From one of my most played albums. A simple slice of pop perfection. Crashing in with one classic album and then gone again. Fantastic. #TillTheWheelsFallOff
Jammed: 22nd Sep 2015
Jamming favourites #TillTheWheelsFallOff. One of my all time favourite albums and a hugely influential one. As a young drummer, hearing Phil Collins play was an inspiration, still is actually and it annoys me when he's dismissed so regularly and easily given that he's one of the greatest musicians this country has ever produced. I'm always astonished by the magnificence of this album; the glorious structures and shifts in pattern, the fabulous storytelling. Just beautiful. #LongLiveTheJams
Jammed: 12th Sep 2015
Sheer Heart Attack won me over big time and probably still is my favourite Queen album but it was A Night At The Opera and this track in particular that sealed for me Brian May's astonishing originality and often breathtaking guitar work. It also became so clear with this track how the band were using the studio and production tricks as an additional instrument or songwriting tool to drive the song forward and create those beautiful twists and turns. Jamming favourites #TillTheWheelsfallOff #LongLiveTheJams
Jammed: 3rd Sep 2015
by The Isley Brothers
For you, my fellow Jammers. It appears that my heart IS weak for you.
Jammed: 12th Aug 2015
by Joe Walsh Live From Daryl's House
Wanted to Jam Cee Lo Green with Daryl but it's blocked. Prompted me to watch this again though and I know we've all seen it but fucking hell it rocks.
Jammed: 27th Jun 2015
by Irma Thomas
Someone very cool jammed this recently, can't remember who but it hasn't left me since. One of the greatest records ever made IMO.
Jammed: 8th Jun 2015
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