Monday, November 12, 2007

my Around the Way Girl Rock n' Roll.



(damn pictures were suppose to line up together side by side...damnit, awww fuck it, don't feel like fixing it.)

Rock n' Roll Originators - Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard...(Elvis who?)






"Rock n' Roll and Rollin' Rock..."

What up, it's good ole Monday and I'm tired and cranky like a hibernating bear that has insomnia, not a good combo. Now my last post talked about my Mistress Jazz, now I'm gonna talk about my Around the Way Girl Rock N' Roll. I started talkin to her when I was younger while falling for my First Love Hip Hop, I was introduced to her by my Uncle, my cousin, and random friends. I remember one friend, Matthew Thierry, who first let me listen to some Queen, holy crap we were playing dirty brooms for guitars and were stage diving off his couch. I think the first rock music I heard was CCR and Lynard Skynard(hey I was born in the country areas of Belleville Illinois), also The Eagles, Steve Miller Band, The Beatles, Bob Seger, and many other classic 60's and 70's rock bands. But I only listened for the crazy ass 5 min long guitar solos when I was younger, cause that guitar was just so dope to hear scream. Then Hip Hop took over my life when I moved to Saint Louis when I was 7 years old. But then while in Junior High I came upon the epitome of what great rock music was, and the dopeness of the guitar...Jimi Hendrix. The dude flipped my Hip Hop filled world and I got back to appreciating Rock and even other sub-genres of Rock n' Roll, and since then I have loved many different genres of music, even though I always always go back to my Hip Hop, don't worry my fellow hip hop heads, I will never leave her. So to appreciate my Around the Way Girl Rock n' Roll, here's some of the albums that I'm feeling right now in rock, mostly modern rock.


Jimmy Eat World - Chase This Light

Brand New - The Devil and God are Raging Inside of Me

Bloc Party - Weekend in the City

Queens of the Stone Age - Era Vulgaris

Linkin Park - Minutes to Midnight

Ben Harper - Diamonds on The Inside



I'm really diggin this song right now...

Cold War Kids - Hospital Beds from Cowards & Robbers

well kiddies, I'm outta here till next time...


--Tank, BlueInGreen


P.S.- last but not least, R.I.P. to Dr. Donda West and Norman Mailer. Condolences to Kanye West and his family, and the Mailer family.

11 comments:

blaze22 said...

That Ben Harper is good

blaze22 said...

Damn wtf I swear I have heard that Hospital beds song. I can't remember where...is it a remake of something?

Tankus Maximus aka MTF(mark twain fame) said...

naw not a remake...original song.

Cali Rob said...

Good stuff Tank. Classic rock has always been the other music I like. Dont listen to too much new stuff though. Oh, for sure Jimi=GOAT

Tankus Maximus aka MTF(mark twain fame) said...

for sure. co-sig cali.

Anonymous said...

Minutes to Midnight is awesome. Complete 360 from LP's first 2 albums.

I feel you on the rock stuff. [||]

Good post, Tank!

--Rey

Tankus Maximus aka MTF(mark twain fame) said...

thanks Reyzino.

amanda said...

mister muh'fuckin twainfame.

thanks much for the gifts. I've been meaning to check out that Linkin Park. Always been a fan. I hear you on that old stuff though. I remember being around family that would listen to Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Guns N Roses, The Beatles, etc. and it all sort of rubbed off on me. Nothing wrong with a little bit of rock in your life. Classic shit. Not to mention a large part of American (and other countries as well) pop culture history.

Cali Rob said...

Yo, laziest blogger on earth, get to work. lol.

Tankus Maximus aka MTF(mark twain fame) said...

shush it...do your own blog if you dont like my blog posting schedule bastid!...muhfucka be busy at work and in real life...darnit!

lmao.

Hip-Hop Music said...

LOL, fo sho, keep doing yout thang tank!!!