Kerry's Record Collection from A to Z with Commentary - Part Y

Links Abbreviations:  Rolling Stone - RS, Trouser Press-TP, Punknet PN, Rough Guide-RG

The Yardbirds - Shapes of Things - 1977 - A double album of songs from 1964-66 from the band that spawned Led Zeppelin and Jeff Beck.  It has a lot of their boring songs and a few big ones like Mr. You're A Better Man Than I, Shapes of Things, and For Your Love.  I don't think I paid more than a couple bucks for it, so I got my money's worth out of it.

Yaz - Upstairs At Eric's - 1982 - I used to have both of these albums, but they seemed to have disappeared in college. For a dollar each, I was able to get new copies of them. I am pretty happy about that. Nice techno new wave stuff. I believe the guy in the band went on to for Erasure. Nice stuff like Don't Go and Only You.

Yaz - You And Me Both - 1983 - This one is even better with Nobody's Diary and more.

Yello - You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess - 1983 - Swiss experimental synth band.  Their main claim to fame is one song they did was used for a Twix commercial (Oh Yeah!!).  This has some pretty cool dance stuff like I Love You and Lost Again.

Yello - Essential - 1992 - This is pretty much everything that you would need from them, like Oh Yeah, Lost Again, Vicious Games, and I Love You. I'm not too thrilled with the stuff on here that comes off later albums. I seem to mainly like the early stuff.

Yo - Charm World -
Yo - Once in a Blue Moon - Can't remember what these sound like.  I will get back to them.

Neil Young - Cinnamon Girl/Only Love Can Break Your Heart - 1970 - You've heard this.  Classic songs from Neil.

Neil Young - Harvest - 1972 -  A mostly country album from Neil.  Not great.  There are a few good songs like Old Man and Heart of Gold.

Neil Young - Comes a Time - 1978 - Another really mellow album from Neil.  I guess Peace of Mind is ok.

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Last Updated October 17, 1999