Definitive Records asks interesting Vancouverites to reach deep inside their souls to pull out the three albums that anchor their musical tastes. Today we hear from talented chef/restaurateur David Gunawan, whose appreciation of good music runs much deeper than the stack of vinyl spinning at Farmer’s Apprentice, his award-winning South Granville restaurant.
Cluster | Self-Titled Album | LISTEN
‘This is the birth of electronic music in Berlin (1971), which probably led to Kraftwerk and Autobahn, one of the most celebrated space rock records of all time…”
The Human Expression | Love at Psychedelic Velocity | LISTEN
“Produced in 1966, the music on this album probably inspired what punk is today through the evolution of Television, The Ramones, The Clash, etc…”
Portishead | Dummy | LISTEN
“This album made me fall in love with trip hop, which led me to discover Massive Attack. I’ve also got a huge crush on Beth Gibbons watching her perform live while smoking a cigarette in New York City…”