Top 5 “G” Artists
The 7th and final musical note letter is another good one for artists.
As per usual, I practically insist you submit your Top 5 revisions in the comments below!
5. Good Lovelies
Many of my favourite Canadian groups lack a defined lead singer, such as but not limited to Blue Rodeo, Sloan, and Great Big Sea. The three gals in The Good Lovelies also take turns on lead vocal and each does a fine job when handed the mic. When the trio sings in harmony, the group name becomes more than apt.
4. Great Big Sea
Did I mention I like Great Big Sea? If you get a chance to see them perform, see them several times. This is not a band that phones it in.
3. Gaye, Marvin
How do you follow up one of the most critically acclaimed albums of all time? With another landmark recording of course! Looking forward to exploring his third and final record on the 1001, Here, My Dear.
1. Guns ‘n’ Roses
Is there a more potent debut than Appetite for Destruction? A better whistling ditty than Patience? A messier or more enjoyable volume I & II combo than the Use Your Illusions?
Not that I’ve heard.
Peter Gabriel (I) and another ‘G’ or two are on the calendar for this week, enjoy!