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Hop On Pop
8/15/2008 7:42:51 AM
My top 100 albums of all-time
I did this for another board, so I figured why not post it here and get some reactions from y'all?
Keep in mind that, as will all "top" anything lists, it is liquid and could (and most-likely would) change tomorrow.
Feel free to comment and/or add your own lists. Here is is for 8/15/08):
1. Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
2. Beatles – Revolver
3. Brian Eno – Another Green World
4. Toots & The Maytalls – Funky Kingston
5. Kinks – Something Else
6. Wire – Pink Flag
7. John Cale – Paris, 1919
8. Stevie Wonder – Songs In the Key Of Life
9. Beatles – Abbey Road
10. Neutral Milk Hotel – In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
11. Television – Marquee Moon
12. Parliament – Osmium
13. Tom Zé – Estuando o Samba
14. Rolling Stones – Exile On Main Street
15. Guided By Voices – Alien Lanes
16. Uncle Tupelo – No Depression
17. Miles Davis – Kind Of Blue
18. Brian Eno – Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy
19. Prince – Purple Rain
20. Shrimp Boat – Cavale
21. Sun Ra – Jazz In Silhouette
22. Kinks – Lola vs. the Powerman and the Money-go-round
23. Emitt Rhodes – Emitt Rhodes
24. Hüsker Dü – New Day Rising
25. Meat Puppets – Up On the Sun
26. Brinsley Schwarz – Silver Pistol
27. Nick Lowe – Jesus Of Cool
28. Flying Burrito Brothers – Gilded Palace Of Sin
29. Dan Penn – Do Right Man
30. Sam Cooke – The Man and His Music
31. Willie Nelson – The Red-Headed Stranger
32. Stone Roses – Stone Roses
33. XTC – Drums & Wires
34. Martin Newell – The Greatest Living Englishman
35. Super Furry Animals – Radiator
36. Harry Nilsson – Nilsson Schmilsson
37. The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground
38. Gram Parsons – GP/Grievious Angel
39. Joe Pisapia – Daydreams
40. Nick Drake – Bryter Layter
41. Public Enemy – It Takes a Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
42. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – Abbatoir Blues/Lyre Of Orpheus
43. Roy Wood – Boulders
44. The Judy’s – Washarama
45. The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground & Nico
46. Yo La Tengo – Electr-o-Pura
47. The Byrds – Sweetheart Of the Rodeo
48. Sonic Youth – Daydream Nation
49. Steve Earle – Train a Comin’
50. Big Star – Third/Sister Lovers
51. Wilco - Summerteeth
52. Andrew Bird – The Mysterious Production Of Eggs
53. The Band – Music From Big Pink
54. The Bangles – All Over the Place
55. The Pogues – If I Should Fall From Grace With God
56. Tom Zé – Danç-Eh-Sáh
57. Bonzo Dog Band – Gorilla
58. Pixies – Surfer Rosa
59. Cheap Trick – At Budokon
60. The Zombies – Odyessy and Oracle
61. XTC – Skylarking
62. Gilberto Gil – Frevo Rasgado
63. The Byrds – Mr. Tambourine Man
64. The Jam – Sound Affects
65. Jim Ford – Harlan County
66. Jimi Hendrix – Axis: Bold As Love
67. Johnny Cash – At Folsom Prison
68. The Move – Shazam
69. Peter Laughner – Take the Guitar Player For a Ride
70. Violent Femmes – Violent Femmes
71. R.E.M. – Reckoning
72. Rancid – Let’s Go!
73. 13th Floor Elevators – The Psychedelic Sounds Of the 13th Floor Elevators
74. The Sea and Cake – The Sea and Cake
75. The Byrds – Younger Than Yesterday
76. David Bowie – Hunky Dory
77. Pavement – Slanted and Enchanted
78. The Replacements - Tim
79. The Beatles – Help!
80. Derek & The Dominoes – Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
81. Brian Eno – Before and After Science
82. Richard Hell & The Voidoids – Blank Generation
83. Caesaria Evora – Cabo Verde
84. Operation Ivy – Energy
85. Aimee Mann – Whatever
86. Son Volt – Trace
87. Glenn Gould – Bach: Goldberg Variations (1955)
88. Blur – Parklife
89. Pulp – Different Class
90. John Cale – Vintage Violence
91. Harry Nilsson – Son Of Schmilsson
92. Yo La Tengo – I Am Not Afraid Of You and I Will Beat Your Ass
93. Daniel Johnston – Yip/Jump Music
94. The Breeders – Pod
95. Richard & Linda Thompson – Shoot Out the Lights
96. Fleetwood Mac – Rumors
97. The Format – Dog Problems
98. Roky Erickson – The Evil One
99. Television – The Blow Up
100. Iron Maiden – Piece Of Mind
8/15/2008 8:00:54 AM
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1. Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
There you go! Love seeing this album getting the respect it deserves.
Phew, I don't think I could make a top 100, that's a lot of work. But some of my faves are (in no particular order) ...
Beach Boys (Sunflower) 1970
Beatles (Abbey Road) 1969
Eric Carmen (Eric Carmen) 1975
Black Sabbath (Sabbath Bloody Sabbath) 1974
Pink Floyd (The Wall) - 1979
Aerosmith (Night in The Ruts) - 1979 or so
Brian Wilson (Brian Wilson) 1988
Simon & Garfunkel (Old Friends/Bookends) 1967 or so.
Pink Floyd (Piper At The Gates Of Dawn) 1967 - Syd Barrett!!!
Brian Wilson (Smile) 2004
Pink Floyd (Animals) 1977
Scorpions (Fly To the Rainbow) 1974
And by far, my #1 is this pick me up...
8/15/2008 8:14:36 AM
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ok, first I'll list the ones of yours that are more than likely in my 100 though I don't really have a list of 100.
Exile on Main St.
Axis - Bold as Love
Now I'll list all my upper eschelon ones, in no particular order. not counting Best ofs..
Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
Are You Experienced - Hendrix
Revolver, Rubber Soul, White Album, Abbey Road - Beatles
Bollocks - Sex Pistols
Never Mind, In Utero - Nirvana
Get Happy - Elvis Costello
Station to Station, Live at the Tower Theater - Bowie
Goo - Sonic Youth
On the Beach, Trans, Rust Never Sleeps, Ragged Glory, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Reactor, Freedom - Neil Young
Tommy - The Who
America - first
Blue Moves, Madman Across the Water - Elton John
Music - Carole King
Pretenders I and II
Clash - 1st record and London Calling
X - Wild Gift
Jim Carroll Band - Catholic Boy
Alice in Chains - Unplugged
Led Zep - Houses of the Holy, Physical Graffiti, IV
Plant and Page - Walking Into Clarksdale
World Party - Goodbye Jumbo and also remixes record from same
Lennon - Plastic Ono Band
Sully - I Have Much to Report
Buffalo Springfield - Again
Steve Forbert - Alive on Arrival
Steely Dan - Katy Lied
Sticky Fingers - Stones
Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals - Pink Floyd
CSN (their 2nd)
I'm sure I forgot many but that's a start.
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 9:34:05 AM
I couldn't list my top 2000 ! ....
All good stuff up above ... here's a few to add ... although this doesn't touch nearly all the stuff I love...
Michael Oldfield -- Tubular Bells
Waylon Jennings -- The Taker
Rick Wakeman -- Journey To The Center Of The Earth
Bob Dylan -- Planet Waves
Arlo Guthrie -- Alice's Restaurant
The Band -- The Band
Little Feat -- The Last Record Album
Doors -- L.A. Woman
Santana -- Abraxas
Harry Chapin -- Greatest Stories Live
Elton John -- Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player
Melanie -- Affectionately Melanie
Donovan -- Sunshine Superman
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band -- Greatest Hits
Loggins and Messina -- Sittin' In
Moody Blues -- Seventh Sojourn
Roger Miller -- GOLDEN HITS
Steppenwolf -- Steppenwolf
Kraftwerk -- Autobaun
Jeff Allen Myers
8/15/2008 10:51:29 AM
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Hey Todd, I will have to check some of these out...
As this is a very subjective list, I won;t nit pick...much :) The Bangles are there, and you omitted Rubber Soul, The White Album, Pepper completley? say it aint so Bro :)~ "All over the Place" has a tune "going down to Liverpool" , Susanna Hoffs even plays a Rick 360 :)~ You trying to date one of them??? They will love you for putting them ahead of anything in the Beatles Catalog. ... I am just busting your Balls...I have the Album. :) I do think you should have included Rubber Soul...the inspiration to Pet Sounds.
8/15/2008 11:37:28 AM
1. The Clash - London Calling
2. G Love and Special Sauce- G Love & Special Sauce
3. Bon Jovi - New Jersey
4. Alice in Chains - Dirt
5. Weezer - Weezer (blue album - 1994)
6. The Clash - The Clash
7. Nirvana - Nevermind
8. Coldplay - X&Y
9. Alice in Chains - Facelift
10. Led Zeppelin - IV
11. Against Me! - New Wave
12. The Killers - Hot Fuss
13. AC/DC - Back in Black
14. Razorlight - Razorlight
15. Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
16. Queensryche - Operation : Mindcrime
17. Def Leppard - Hysteria
18. Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
19. The Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols
20. G Love and Special Sauce - Philadelphonic
21. Godsmack - Godsmack
22. Hard-Fi - Stars of CCTV
23. Muse - Black Holes And Revelations
24. The Killers - Sam's Town
25. Dropkick Murphys - Blackout
26. The Clash - Give 'Em Enough Rope
27. Coldplay - Parachutes
28. Third Eye Blind - Third Eye Blind
29. Bad Religion - Stranger than Fiction
30. The Clash - Combat Rock
31. Bob Marley - Legend
32. Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet
33. Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
34. Metallica - Metallica (the black album)
35. The Clash - Sandinista!
36. Everclear - Sparkle & Fade
37. Robbie Williams - The Ego Has Landed
38. Elvis Presley - 30 # 1s
39. Dropkick Murphys - Sing Loud, Sing Proud
40. Razorlight - Up All Night
41. The Living End - The Living End
42. The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
43. Big D & The Kids Table - Strictly Rude
44. Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Streetcore
45. U2 - Rattle and Hum
46. Singles - Soundtrack
47. Counting Crows - August & Everything After
48. Godsmack - Faceless
49. U2 - The Joshua Tree
50. Weezer - Pinkerton
51. Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction
52. Dave Matthews Band - Crash
53. Green Day - Dookie
54. Kiss - Double Platinum
55. Linkin Park - Meteora
56. Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
57. Fugazi - 13 Songs
58. Dropkick Murphy's - The Warriors Code
59. Editors - Back Room
60. Muse - Absolution
61. Van Halen - OU812
62. R.E.M. - Automatic for the People
63. Boston - Boston
64. Godsmack - Awake
65. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magic
66. Rage Against the Machine - Rage Against the Machine
67. Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
68. Van Halen - 1984
69. Green Day - American Idiot
70. Bad Religion - The Empire Strikes First
71. Weezer - Weezer (green album - 2001)
72. Trapt - Trapt
73. Poison - Open Up and Say...Aah
74. Travis - The Man Who
75. Badly Drawn Boy - The Hour of Bewilderbeast
76. Queensryche - Empire
77. Van Halen - 5150
78. Living Colour - Vivid
79. Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
80. Def Leppard - Pyromania
81. Pearl Jam - Ten
82. Public Enemy - Apocalypse 91 - The Enemy Strikes Black
83. Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
84. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
85. Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Global a Go-Go
86. Sonic Youth - Goo
87. Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies
88. Black Sabbath - Paranoid
89. Queen - A Night at the Opera
90. Cinderella - Long Cold Winter
91. Kaiser Chiefs - Employment
92. Social Distortion - Live at the Roxy
93. Goo Goo Dolls - A Boy Named Goo
94. Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table and Dreaming
95. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Mother's Milk
96. The The - Dusk
97. Ratt - Ratt N Roll 8191
98. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
99. Alanis Morrisette - Jagged Little Pill
100. Jack Johson - Brushfire Fairytales
8/15/2008 11:48:28 AM
I dig these lists. I knew I liked you people.
But nobody put Aja in there?
Or am I missing it?
never never band
8/15/2008 1:23:29 PM
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though I'm stunned that there's no Talking Heads..
and then...no Pink Floyd????
Animals? The Wall?......
Maybe they're too morbid for most people to choose as favorites, but I think I listened to my Pink Floyd records a lot..
"Remain In Light" by the Talking Heads would be in my top 10. And speaking in tongues would be up there too, actually all of the Talking Heads stuff.
And David Bowie...
Hemispheres buy Rush..
then the YES albums!
Close to the edge especially...
My favorite modern Jazz record was probably Dave Holland "Extensions". Steve Coleman BLACK SCIENCE is right up there too.
Train Of Thought by Dream Theater.
Stand Up / Jethro Tull.
One Trick Pony/Paul Simon..
I don't think I can make a list like this, my head gets so crowded and I cant really decide what order something like this would go in....I cant even decide what order to put my favorite steely dan records in... but I love almost everything posted here so far!
8/15/2008 1:27:31 PM
Wow - that's a real time-trip - so much fabulous music! And loads I've never even heard of.
Here's a few more...
Traffic - any of John Barleycorn, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, On the Road
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys
Cream - Live Cream
And somewhere, anywhere, just one of the 27 Joni Mitchell albums...
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 1:30:07 PM
Saphire already had Floyd covered .... :)
There are a lot more to list ... waiting to see what shows up ....
never never band
8/15/2008 1:34:45 PM
OH!! you're right!
Saphire is on it!
and the best ones too...
I'm intrigued actually at how many Tod posted that I've never heard....
The ones I have head are all so good I can only imagine the others are something I should look into!
8/15/2008 1:53:41 PM
Talking Book, Stevie Wonder
Everything ever done by David Bowie
Does anybody remember the New York Dolls, they need to be represented.
8/15/2008 1:57:47 PM
"Everything ever done by David Bowie"
Wow - the first one that I know I don't agree with (sorry Holo).
Several maybe, definitely Hunky Dory, but no way "everything".
8/15/2008 2:25:17 PM
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I think most of these have already been mentioned-but i did this list earlier...
Forever Changes LOVE
.THe White Album BEATLES
.Hunky Dory DAVID BOWIE
.Odyssey And Oracle ZOMBIES
.Bryter Layter NICK DRAKE
.Alladinsane DAVID BOWIE
.Sheer Heart Attack QUEEN
.After THe Goldrush NEIL YOUNG
.Takes A Picture MARGO GURYAN
Velvet Underground VELVET UNDERGROUND
.Seargent Pepper BEATLES
Take A Picture MARGO GURYAN
Are You Experienced? JIMI HENDRIX
.The Harder THey Come Soundtrack JIMMY CLIFF
.Rubber Soul BEATLES
.Ziggy Stardust BOWIE
.More Specials THE SPECIALS
.The Hoople MOTT THE HOOPLE
. The Velvet Underground & Nico VELVET UNDERGROUND
The Kick Inside KATE BUSH
. Electric Warrior T.REX
.Plastic Ono Band JOHN LENNON
. Third/Sister Lovers BIG STAR
.Younger Than Yesterday THE BYRDS
.Piper At THe Gates Of Dawn PINK FLOYD
Flowers THE ROLLING STONES
Grace JEFF BUCKLEY
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 3:34:05 PM
A few more among the missing ...
Janis Joplin -- Big Brother and The Holding Company
Animals -- San Francisco Nights
Eric Burden and War
Frank Zappa -- We're Only In It For The Money
Hank Williams Sr. -- I'M Blue Inside
David Bromberg -- Wanted Dead Or Alive
and a little newer ..
Dire Straights -- Brothers In Arms
The Cars -- The Cars
8/15/2008 3:43:53 PM
Wot! No Santana ???
Caravanseri - Camel
Buddy Miles and Jimi Hendrix
Ian Drury & the Blockheads
...waiting for more brain cells to come round!
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 3:57:15 PM
I had Santana in my first list .. :)
I see Both the Code and Satch have Blind Faith listed ... One of my all time favorites too ....
As a Matter of fact I can see a list of most of my all-time favorites listed by all you wonderful people ! ... :)
8/15/2008 4:01:09 PM
Anyone mention Frank Zappa yet!
Live at Filmore East (or West!)
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 4:03:23 PM
That's a good one from Zappa too ... I had a much earlier one ... "We're Only In It For The Money"
8/15/2008 4:05:38 PM
I was reminded I need to add Queen II
What about Greatest Hits records
Hot Rocks - Stones
Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - Who
The Man With No Band
8/15/2008 4:11:29 PM
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... and soundtracks ...
Dylan Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid
Easy Rider etc. etc.
uh ... I'll use the edit again to save space ...
Thx Kozy ... You Reminded me of "Lightfoot"
ooo ooo ooo he's not Canadian but that reminds me of
Cat Stevens "Catch Bull At Four"
the kozy king
8/15/2008 4:45:57 PM
Tod, your knowledge of pop music amazes me. And everyone else too.
"Northwest Passage" by Stan Rogers, Canada's best songwriter ever (although I think you may have to be Canadian to really "get it")
If you've never heard Stan, this could be one of the year's big discoveries for you. Check out this video with a testimony from a seaman about how the song saved his life during a shipwreck, and check out the intensity on Stan's face at the end of the performance. From the documentary "One Warm Line"
The Mary Ellen Carter
8/15/2008 7:27:47 PM
Many of the above and many others that would take time to list, however...
Kerosene Hat CRACKER
The Thieving Magpie MARILLION (a live album but it catches everything so beautifully)
Oh, and any record by Stevie Ray Vaughan (didn't notice him above but may have missed it)
Shit! What about Strong Persuader by Robert Cray
Meazzanine by Massive Attack (that's a masterpiece)
Dummy by Portishead
this list thing is great.
THANK YOU ALL!
8/16/2008 6:38:30 AM
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HMMMM.... a couple more that nobody's mentioned yet (at least I think- noticed there's a bit of duplication thus far...):
The Residents - FREAKSHOW & MANY others like their COVER albums
The Sex Pistols
Operation Ivy (Pre- Rancid Tim's BEST stuff in my opinion)
The Violent Femmes
Guided By Voices
Stone Temple Pilots
Rage Against the Machine
Morrisey (The Smiths)
The Beastie Boys
Jesus & the Mary Chain
oh my god! I could go ON & on.... It's addictive! Wow, so much GREAT music that has touched peoples lives is represented in this post - nice job....urrrr... Todd it kind of took on a life of its own.
SORRY about not mentioning the Album titles, I've been a person doing the SOLE-supporting of a VERY large family for the latter MUSIC portion of my life, and have MOSTLY survived off copied/borrowed & pirated music. For this reason, I'm not always sure WHICH album or CD the material that seemed AMAZING to me for some of these artists, is from.
AND - I PREFER compilation discs, 'cause it's USUALLY the Best of the BEST. Although DEFINITELY NO mistaking the beauty of the cd/album as it originally was cut OR the importance of CONCEPT or THEME albums like: The White Album, Abbey Road or The Wall, etc.
It's exciting to see that I share similiar musical interests with so many of y'all!
- go figure, eh? -pHLeGm
8/16/2008 9:16:40 AM
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I always seem to arrive late for these parties, just in time to kill the thread, but here goes. Instead of throwing my own hat in I'm gonna comment on just a few of the other hats laying about.
Eno - Another Green World. Consistently in my top 5 too. The perfect blend of his rock and ambient sides. Genius.
Beatles - Abbey Road. Also my favorite Beatles album
XTC - Drums & Wires. Tough to pick, but right now this is my favorite XTC. Most under-appreciated band of all time.
Harry Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson - The second album I bought. It holds a special place for me. There was something so lovable about that guy.
Nick Drake - Brighter Later. I only heard his music in the last couple of years. Powerful melancholy.
David Bowie - Hunky Dory. I'm surprised this Bowie album comes out on top of so many lists, over his other early albums that I think are better, but still deserving a top 100 spot.
Fleetwood Mac - Rumors. Imagine how great this one would be if you could erase all memory of hearing it daily for the last 30+ years.
Pink Floyd - Piper at the Gates of Dawn. First time I heard it I was about 16, after already being completely awe-struck by DSOTM and WYWH. I checked it out of the library! I was shocked. But today, I go back to that one more often than any of their others.
Scorpions - Fly to the Rainbow. I loved this one way back in my metal days. Speedy's Coming was a brilliant cartoon metal song!
Father Time -
Bowie - Station to Station, Live. All of his '70's albums are on par with each other. Live was the one that got me hooked though.
Led Zep - Houses, Physical, IV. I can't say much that wouldn't just be obvious, but hese are my 3 faves too.
Steely Dan - Katy Lied. Hard to pick a Dan album. Everything before Aja.
Michael Oldfield - Tubular Bells. How can an instrumental album made by one guy be so engaging every second of the way through?
Rick Wakman - Journey to the Center of the Earth. Great memories of this one! My favorite line: "DUMB with astonishment and amazement which bordered on stupefication, they left the forest..."
Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn. As great as the rest of their '70's albums. The Moodys are a big influence.
Kraftwerk - Autobahn. What a weird departure from your mostly "woody" sounding music. I love it too.
Jeff Beck - Blow by Blow. Awesome
ELP - The first 4 albums were incredible
Genesis - Lamb, Selling England. Yum! (ok, I'm running out of steam here!)
Nektar - Journey to the Center of the Eye. (!) I thought I would be the only one in the world who might have a Nektar album in the top 100!
Fea in your Ear
Not a whole lot I can zero in on that I haven't already, but:
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies. I'd pick Killer first, but this one's up there too.
Talking Heads - Remain in Light
Yes Close to the Edge
Jethro Tull - Stand Up Yay! a Tull album! This was my favorite Tull at one time but today it's Thick as a Brick
Ok, I'm starting to wander, but The Zappa mentions are up there, and Phlegm mentioned the Residents! Yes, Stegor and Bat Lenny are influenced by The Moody Blues and the Residents. Figure that out!
8/16/2008 10:19:24 AM
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These are a few I didn't see mentioned.
Okay, no particular order:
Rippingtons- Curves Ahead
Craig Chaquico- Acoustic Planet
Acoustic Alchemy- Red Dust and Spanish Lace
Dixie Dregs- Bring 'Em Back Dead or Alive
Robin Trower- Twice Removed From Yesterday
Jean-Luc Ponty- Imaginary Voyage
Al DiMeola/Return to Forever (anything)
Steely Dan (anything)
Pink Floyd (anything)
Yellowjackets- Live Wires
Gamalon- Aerial View
Aeorsmith- Get Your Wings
Who- Who's Next
Ambrosia- Ambrosia (2yrs to make this one!)
Cream- The Very Best Of
Julian Lennon- The Secret Value Of Daydreaming
Thin Lizzy- Jailbreak
Simply Red- Stars
Robert Cray- Strong Persuader
Frank Sinatra- Duets.......(Hey it's not bad dude!)
Duane Flock- Flock of Tunes..... Hahahahahaha!
You can REALLY see the preferred genres of everybody on this thread!!
8/16/2008 11:33:15 AM
My respects to you all. I can't even come up with a Top 10 that doesn't change from day to day. It's interesting to see what music my fellow IAC-ers value. Lots of great stuff here.
8/16/2008 6:10:23 PM
good list, but definitely lacks a modern flair. some recent ones up there, but for the most part definitely generational.
The Man With No Band
8/16/2008 7:50:49 PM
the thing is ... good albums will always be good albums ..... generational or not ... my kids listen to many of the albums I did when I was growing up ....
Hop On Pop
8/17/2008 8:12:04 AM
Thin Lizzy- Jailbreak
I really wanted to put some Thin Lizzy in there, but I've only just really started getting to know them. There is no doubt, however, that in a year or so, one of their albums will make it into my upper eschelons. So, so great!
"Running Back" is - very simply - a perfect song!
8/17/2008 8:28:39 AM
Thanks, this has given me ideas for my lastfm playlist.
Can I add
White Bird : Its a Beautiful Day
Angie & Needle of Death : Bert Janch
White Rabbit : Jefferson Airplane
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