Top 10 Most Influential Records ever- Tom Littlefield and Jonathan Bright(Bright Little Field) picks

God, I am going to come across on this post as dated and old. I remember when we once had magazines like CMJ, that beside the free cd of all the artists in the magazine, they also gave me some new bands and artists that I never been exposed to before. And, as a music fan I am always open for different bands and styles of music. The thing I love about our page is the diversity we show you guys, whether we do it in the types of films we review or even the format they are available and the music we cover and genres. We have reviewed rap, metal, country, classical, and all things in between. There is this band that I keep hearing this huge buzz about, and I know soon we are going to be doing some things with them that make me stoked to want to share what I think others may dig. This is Ukulele power duo from Nashville Tennessee named Bright Little Field. Well, I got the guys to drop us a list and I know soon this opportunity may not happen again, so why not take advantage of it. This is a band that is going to be huge, very huge.

Many, many records have influenced me so I don’t know if this is my “Top” 10 but all these records left their mark on me. Tom’s Picks

BUCK OWENS AND HIS BUCKAROOS-CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT

SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE-STAND

THE STOOGES- THE STOOGES

JOHNNY CASH-I WALK THE LINE

WILD TCHOUPITOULAS-WILD TCHOUPITOULAS

AC/DC-DIRTY DEEDS DONE DIRT CHEAP

CHEAP TRICK-CHEAP TRICK

RAMONES-RAMONES

BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS-RASTAMAN VIBRATION

NRBQ-AT YANKEE STADIUM

Jonathan picks

Kiss “Alive”
ACDC “Highway To Hell”
The Replacements “Let It Be”
Beastie Boys “Paul’s Boutique”
Black Flag “Nervous Breakdown”
Hank Williams “40 Greatest Hits”
Meat Puppets “Up On The Sun”
Ray Charles “Greatest Hits”
Cheap Trick “Live At Budokan”
Dougie Fresh/Slick Rick “The Show/La Di Da Di” 12 inch