Yo La Tengo - what's best?
Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:25 pm
My favorite set at the Fork Fest a couple weeks ago was Yo La Tengo. I don't have any of their stuff but they really impressed me. Where to begin?
Rock and roll can change your life.
worpswede wrote:Second "I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One" and "Painful" too.
I'd stay away from "Summer Sun" which isn't that good.
I'd give you permission to start with the comp "Prisoners Of Love" because, well, you're catching up with a band that's been around for a while; a lot of their best songs are on that thing.
Batchy wrote:"And then nothing turned itself inside out." I really love that album although it's very quiet, melancholy and only has one balls to the wall blow your ass out your mouth tune (Cherry Chapstick).