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affable
Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 11:48:39 AM

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This one's moving up for me.
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Either Monster or Automatic For The People, by R.E.M.

Their last one was pretty good, too.

The lion is most lionlike when he roars.
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4x4=12 - Deadmau5
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FelineFantasy wrote:
21- Adele
+- Ed Sheeran
RIOT! and Brand New Eyes- Paramore
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness- The Smashing Pumpkins
OK Computer- Radiohead
Stadium Arcadium- Red Hot Chili Peppers


ok i think you just read my mind

but also adding the Inside In/Inside Out - The Kooks
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Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 7:38:05 PM

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It's gonna have to be a toss up between my three favorites... Back in Black - AC/DC, Bat out of Hell - Meatloaf, or Breakfast in America - Supertramp. Sorry, just can't decide on just one!

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Posted: Thursday, May 17, 2012 10:27:09 PM

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Hard to pick just one album as a favorite. I have narrowed it to three though.

Dusty Springfield -- Dusty in Memphis
Talking Heads -- Remain in Light
Miles Davis -- Bitches Brew
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I would kinda have to say this one, but it's a tough call sometimes...and there are quite a few great ones I like...but, hard to beat the guitar playing on this...



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Posted: Friday, May 18, 2012 4:31:29 AM

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Off the top of my head, here are a few of my favourites:

The Optimist LP, by Turin Brakes. It's been with me through so much and I never tire of hearing it.

Paranoid Android, by Radiohead. Every time I listen to it, the clever little audio 'tricks' that they use always get me!

Harvest, by Neil Young.

Superunkown, by Soundgarden.

Broken Bells [LP], by Broken Bells. I bought this last year, on the strength of a couple of tracks I'd heard on the radio. It's been such a grower. I really, really love it.

The Final Cut, by Pink Floyd (although I pretty much love everything by them)

Back and Blue, by The Rolling Stones. (Mum and Dad played this all the time when I was a kid. It delighted them that I knew all the words and could sing along with it. As a parent myself, I totally get that now)

Attack of the Grey Lantern, by Mansun. (Just the most wonderful album...)

Blind Melon, by Blind Melon. Another one I never tire of...
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ginger86 wrote:


Ooo, I love that album!

The lion is most lionlike when he roars.
DLizze
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There are so many, I could never pick a favorite. It depends on my mood.
I have literally thousands of albums. They fill a set of shelves ten feet long, by eight feet high. That is just the 331/3 RPM recordings. Then there are the 78's, the 45's and a couple of recordings made at the NAvy School of Musoic and of Peabody Conservatory of Music Recitals on 16 1/4 RPM (Virgil Fox's senior recital on organ, for example). I have roughly three hundred reel to reel tapes, and at least that many cassettes. Then there are about two hundred cd's.

Asking me to select one is akin to asking a writer to select his favorite sentence.

But if I were told I could keep only one of each type, these are my choices:

78 RPM - Mezz Mezzrow/Tommy Ladnier Quintet - Royal Garden Blues/Really the Blues
45 RPM - LaVerne Baker - Jim Dandy/ FaLaLa (the first recording I ever bought on my own with my own money)
331/3 RPM - Emerson Lake and Palmer - Pictures at an Exhibition
161/4 RPM - US Navy School of Music Staff Lab Band Spring Concert 1961
Reel to reel tape - Chet Baker - Baby Breeze
8 Track tape - Yes - Close to The Edge
Cassette tape - Asleep At The Wheel - Standard Time
CD - UB 40 - Best of

but if you ask me the same question tomorrow, the answer might change. LOL




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Posted: Friday, May 18, 2012 8:14:20 AM

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Just a few of my very top favorites


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Noticed I double posted. So, just to keep the good times rolling.
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Oops, I dropped one.

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new beginnings.
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Pièce de résistance



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There are some great Live Concert DVD versions, by David Gilmore and Roger Waters, well worth watching again and again.








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easy_rider75
Posted: Friday, May 18, 2012 11:17:25 PM

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Ranks very high on the list




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WOW, So Many Great Albums Listed. Here Are A Few More Of My Favorites












I Could Go On And On And On!!
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Wow.... where do I start? This morning, it would be Crosby Stills and Nash since thats what I'm listening to.
easy_rider75
Posted: Saturday, May 19, 2012 9:43:08 AM

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Nikki703 wrote:
WOW, So Many Great Albums Listed. Here Are A Few More Of My Favorites












I Could Go On And On And On!!


Some good ones for sure there Nikki

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