Top 10 Most Influential Albums from Andy Meyers of The Scenics‏

On October 30th was a major day for music when The Scenics put out their first studio cd since the 1970’s. Toronto punk rock survivors showed that they have more tricks up their sleeves. Well, I had to see if I can beg their PR people to get Andy on our site to submit a list. I know they are big Velvet Underground fans, which who isn’t but I had to see what else inspired him.

here are my most influential albums, more or less.

all the best

Andy Meyers/The Scenics

Ziggy Stardust- David Bowie

Music for Airports- Brian Eno

What We Did On Our Holidays- Fairport Convention

Little Johnny Jewel 45 – Television

Big Star 3

Upsetter in Dub- Lee Scratch Perry

Jobim (1972 self titled release arranged by Claus Ogerman)

Exile On Main Street- Rolling Stones

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere- Neil Young

Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook