Degree in business and political science with a media communications minor from Bethel University (2.6 GPA) Kevin is currently interloping as a vague form of web designer for a company in Minneapolis.
Kevin’s Favorite Albums
1. The Beatles | Rubbersoul
The Beatles Rubbersoul has been my favorite Album for a very long time. It’s basically the Beatles trying to copy the Byrds and Bob Dylan but it pretty awesome.
Best Songs: Norwegian Wood,The Word, No Where Man, In My Life, Run For Your Life
2. The Who | Tommy
The album is really good music. It is the first album I think that is seriously challenging Rubbersoul for my favorite album of all time.
3. David Bowie | The Rise And Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars
It’s hard to choose between this and Hunky Dory as the best Bowie Album.
6. The Beatles | Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart Band
The Beatles Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band was pretty cool because they grew mustaches for it.
Best Songs: Pretty much all of them, A Day In The Life is the one everyone likes.
4. TRex | The Slider
This is a pretty underated but its got all of the best TRex except Children of The Revolution and I don’t like Get it On.
5. The Rolling Stones | Their Majesties Request
The Rolling Stones Their Majesties Request is considered a flop and was criticized for being being the Stones attempt to copy The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s. The fact is that it’s a pretty cool album and its the beginning of the end of the Brian Jones era.
6. David Bowie | Hunkey Dorey
David Bowie Hunkey Dorey
Best Songs: Life on Mars
7. ELO | El Dorado
ELO were so devastatingly good. This was a pretty solid concept album.
8. The Kinks | Lola vs Powerman and the Moneygoround
This is a pretty solid Album heavily featured in Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Unlimited.
9. The Traveling Wilbury| The Traveling Wilbury Vol. 1
The Traveling Wilburys were a super group with Jeff Lynn, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and Roy Orbison.
Starting On 7/10/2016 I will be reading 1 book a week for an entire year. I will most likely read non fiction with a little fiction mixed in.
Week 1. 7/10 to 7/16
Mars Inc. The Billionaire’s Club by Ben Bova
Week 2. 7/17 to 7/23
SEO for Dummies by Peter Kent
Week 3. 7/24 to 7/30
Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss
Week 4. 7/31 to 8/06
Jack Cloudie by Stephen Hunt
Week 4. 8/07 to 8/13
Logic an Information by Keith Devlin
Week 5. 8/14 to 8/20
The 2nd Law by P.W. Atkins
Week 6. 8/21 to 8/27
Escapement by Jay Lake
Week 7. 8/28 to 9/03
The Bit and The Pendulum by Tom Siegfried
A Red Sun Also Rises