Vinyl usually refers to Analog Long Playing Records (LPs). While vinyl is not as mainstream today as it was back in the day, the format is still in use. Vinyl records are considered to be more "warmer" and pleasant sounding than CDs.
Many audiophiles (and non-audiophiles) argue that Vinyl is superior to CD, and those people are correct in my opinion.
A bass head is someone who enjoys an excessive amount of bass in music. A bass head can usually be identified as a person who installs many large subwoofers into their car, which in turn, can produce enough bass to damage ear drums.
Cover your ears, it's Ian the bass head rolling down the street!
Refers to a white guy with an afro hairstyle. Examples of white guys with a white man's afro would be: Don Henley (Eagles, 1970s), Jeff Lynne of ELO, Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad), Sib Hashian (Boston), Bob Ross (artist), Mitch Mitchell and Noel Reading of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, as well as many others.
An album by the Rolling Stones released in August of 1981. The album is mostly made up of outtakes from the "Some Girls" and "Emotional Rescue" sessions. Many people will argue that "Tattoo You" is the last great Stones album.
Tattoo You contains some great songs such as "Waiting on a Friend", "Neighbours", "Little T&A", "Start Me Up", and many others.
"Gloria" is the title of a very popular cover song. The song was originally written by Van Morrison and performed by the band "Them" in 1964. As years went on, many bands and artists did covers of the song. Each band or artist usually improvises on the lyrics in their own creative way.
One of the best versions of "Gloria" is by The Doors from their "Live in New York" album.