Sit on Ginsberg, tra la la la
...because the original thread is archived.
...it is a pity that such visionary albums are no longer recorded . It remains to savor what was created in the distant past
Agreed, The Idiot is clearly his best work. I saw Iggy live only a few weeks ago, and I was delighted that 3 songs from The Idiot were included in the set: Nightclubbing, Sister Midnight and a menacing version of Mass Production. At 75 years of age, he’s still a performer worth seeing.A classic! Though Lust for Life sounds technically better, The Idiot is the one I usually reach for. Recorded in France at the same time and place as LOW.