Shades is the sixth album by J. J. Cale, released in 1981. After years of living and recording in Nashville, Cale relocated to California in 1980 and lived in an Anaheim trailer park but continued working with longtime producer Audie Ashworth. Shades, which continued Cale’s tradition of giving his albums one word titles, was recorded in various studios in Nashville and Los Angeles.
4. Madlib - Shades Of Blue (2003). underground Hip Hop producer, MC, and DJ Madlib has been responsible for so many incredible pieces of music it’s hard to list them. His collaborations with MF DOOM as Madvillain and J Dilla as Jaylib are universally recognized as classics, and his work as part of Lootpack and as Quasimoto has led to some unforgettable Hip Hop as well.
Shades - EP by SHADES, released 31 July 2015 1. The Serpent 2. Chiron 3. Minotaur 4. Into Light Bass assassin dream team Alix Perez and EPROM debut Shades, a commanding new EP on Alpha Pup Records. Fresh and dynamic, the four-track release tickles the limbic system with gravity-distorting bass and inspired hooks. The Serpent cuts a swathe through the dance floor, underpinned by an imperious, gritty bassline, replete with head-turning percussion cuts. The back-swung Chiron" cloaks a devious, neck-snapping riff in warped melodic deviations
Deep Purple - Shades of Deep Purple (1968). Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
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Berny Belvedere has selected the 15 worst hip-hop album covers of all time. My job is to give you to the 15 best. One of the strangest characters in hip-hop history gives us one of the greatest album covers ever. While the tracks display his uncontrollable quirkiness, the album art further doubles down on the bizarre mindset of ODB. Half comical, half outlandish, the cover is literally a copy of his Public Assistance card. Clearly, there was no shame in ODB’s game. Ready to Die (1994). Rapper: The Notorious .
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