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15 records recommended by Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp is a multi-talented actor known for his work in a wide range of film genres. He rose to fame in the 1980s as a teen heartthrob and went on to become a Hollywood leading man, known for his distinctive voice and quirky, offbeat characters. Depp has received critical acclaim for his performances in films such as "Edward Scissorhands", "Pirates of the Caribbean", and "Finding Neverland" and has been nominated for several awards, including three Academy Awards. In addition to his acting career, Johnny Depp is also a musician and producer.

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Patti Smith - Radio Ethiopia
Patti SmithRadio Ethiopia

To be honest, I could choose any Patti Smith record. They are each a gift from the gods. Alongside Dylan, Waits, and Richards, she is one of music’s great survivors, and a true legend in every sense of the word. As important a poet as has ever drawn breath.

Patti Smith - Easter
Patti SmithEaster

To be honest, I could choose any Patti Smith record. They are each a gift from the gods. Alongside Dylan, Waits, and Richards, she is one of music’s great survivors, and a true legend in every sense of the word. As important a poet as has ever drawn breath.

Patti Smith - Horses
Patti SmithHorses

To be honest, I could choose any Patti Smith record. They are each a gift from the gods. Alongside Dylan, Waits, and Richards, she is one of music’s great survivors, and a true legend in every sense of the word. As important a poet as has ever drawn breath.

The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
The Rolling StonesSticky Fingers

Almost impossible to pick one LP, even more difficult to name just two, as they are all glorious, but these efforts have successfully soundtracked many a riotous late night out, slurping up the city, in another life.

The Rolling Stones - Tattoo You
The Rolling StonesTattoo You

Almost impossible to pick one LP, even more difficult to name just two, as they are all glorious, but these efforts have successfully soundtracked many a riotous late night out, slurping up the city, in another life.

Serge Gainsbourg - Histoire de Melody Nelson
Serge GainsbourgHistoire de Melody Nelson

So ahead of its time. So cool. Gainsbourg delivers his masterpiece here, and one which, for me, carries many a happy memory. So much so, my daughter was named in part after this flawless tour de force.

The Pogues - Rum Sodomy & the Lash
The PoguesRum Sodomy & the Lash

Feral, beautiful poetry from one of our century’s greatest poets. A grand testament to love, adventure, and hedonism! Shane MacGowan is Brendan Behan’s dream come true!

Bat for Lashes - Two Suns
Bat for LashesTwo Suns

This girl has something special. Ethereal, unearthly. Effortlessly distinctive and unique. Enchanting! Can be played on a constant loop and never sound the same twice.

Vanessa Paradis - Divinidylle
Vanessa ParadisDivinidylle

Now, some might accuse me of bias, and of course that cannot be denied, but neither can the understated pop genius of these two superior collections of classic Gallic melodies! The most beautiful soundtrack to our life en famille.

Vanessa Paradis - Bliss
Vanessa ParadisBliss

Now, some might accuse me of bias, and of course that cannot be denied, but neither can the understated pop genius of these two superior collections of classic Gallic melodies! The most beautiful soundtrack to our life en famille.

Augie March - Watch Me Disappear
Augie MarchWatch Me Disappear

Rare and ageless, Augie March exist in the half-light of day. Stumbling upon this band, I’ve found their dazzling wordplay and sublime, mercurial, labyrinthine concoctions truly wonders to behold!

Babybird - Ex-Maniac
BabybirdEx-Maniac

This is going to be released next year. [Frontman Stephen Jones] is a national treasure, if you’re British. For everyone else, he’s a diamond waiting to be found! Lyrically, he’s black as night, brilliant and sharp as a razor.

Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks
Bob DylanBlood On The Tracks

The bitter pill. Venomous, and yet somehow cathartic. That line from ”You’re a Big Girl Now” — ”With a pain that stops and starts/Like a corkscrew to my heart/Ever since we’ve been apart” — kills me every time. Heartbreaking. The man Dylan is incapable of a bad moment.

Chuck E. Weiss - Old Souls & Wolf Tickets
Chuck E. WeissOld Souls & Wolf Tickets

A true gem. By turns sweet, funny, and beautiful. Just like the man himself. Genius!

Tom Waits - Rain Dogs
Tom WaitsRain Dogs

The devil doesn’t have the best tunes. Tom Waits does. It’s almost impossible to single out a particular recording of his. Over the years, Waits’ continued quality of output has never faltered. His high-water marks are countless. This is merely one among many. For moon lovers and junkyard dogs everywhere.

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