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Still Got the Blues    Gary Moore

 

 

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Bakers Dozen - Music is Love!!

 

Exile on Main Street - Rolling Stones

Let it Be - Beatles

Four Way Street - CSN&Y

Buckingham Nicks

All Things Must Pass - George Harrison

One Fair Summer Evening - Nanci Griffith

Honky Chateau - Elton John

Abbey Road - Beatles

Another Stoney Evening - Crosby & Nash

Live on Long Island - The Marshall Tucker Band

Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones

Pirates - Rickie Lee Jones

Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town - Emmylou Harris

 

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ch57802532 wrote:

A few of my favorites that I still listen to:

 

Steely Dan - Royal Scam

The Who - Who's Next

Rush  - 2112

Pink Floyd - Animals


nyadrn wrote:

Do you have a top ten, top twenty  where you love all of the songs, all of the music... the best of your favorite artist?

 

How about one or two?

 

 


 


Those are all classics!!    

 

I have been listening to Faith   after the loss of George Michael

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A few of my favorites that I still listen to:

 

Steely Dan - Royal Scam

The Who - Who's Next

Rush  - 2112

Pink Floyd - Animals


nyadrn wrote:

Do you have a top ten, top twenty  where you love all of the songs, all of the music... the best of your favorite artist?

 

How about one or two?

 

 


 

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Little Drummer Boy - a duet edited by blending two recordings of an unlikely partnership - Bing Crosby and David Bowie.

 

A Christmas Medley performed by Trans Siberian Orchestra.

 

The Hawaiian Christmas.

 

Jimmy Buffett's new album, T'is the SeaSon, has some good tunes.  

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Here's one for Christmas..  I have played this a zillion times over the years !! 

 

A Very Special ChristmasCompilation album by Various artists ReleasedGenre LengthLabel

A Very Special Christmas.jpg
Cover art by Keith Haring
October 12, 1987[1]
Christmas musicChildren's music
50:57 (Original version)
51:11 (Revised version)
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Here goes, not necessarily in order of preference, more likely in the order of remembrance :-)

 

Bob Dylan     Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & Vol. 2

Phil Ochs     Chords of Fame

Jefferson Starship     Blows Against the Empire

Jimmy Buffett     Songs You Know By Heart

Marvin Gaye     Every Great Motown Hit

Beach Boys     That's Why God Made The Radio

Iron Butterfly     In-a-gadda-da-vida

Led Zeppelin     Led Zeppelin (their first, their debut)

Pink Floyd     Dark Side of the Moon

The Who     Who's Next

Blind Faith     Blind Faith

Boston     Boston

Dan Fogelberg     Home Free

The Beatles     Let It Be

 

 

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Regarding The Beach Boys: I respectfully disagree about "Pet Sounds". Although admittedly ground breaking and very good.........I offer this opinion about their BEST ALBUM.......

 

The 2012 release by The Beach Boys entitled "THAT'S WHY GOD MADE THE RADIO"

 

I listen to it frequently and all the way through. In my humble opinion, it is their career's best offering by far.

 

Every single song is quintessentially classic Beach Boys. Amazingly tight, harmonic vocals, as you'd expect, instrumentation which is still the Beach Boys "sound" and lyrics which invite the older listener to reflect and which invite new listeners to come on board. If you have not given this album a listen and you love them, please give yourself time to appreciate what the Beach Boys have accomplished with this album/CD

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gwhaia1954 wrote:

You all realize that I now have to go out and either borrow or buy all these old albums. Not nice. 

 

And nobody has mentioned Pet Sounds by the Beach Boys. Best they ever did. 


@gwhaia1954   Actually, "Pet Sounds" by The Beach Boys was mentioned on 10/7/16, by "julaszek".  I started to mention it back when this topic began, but realized there was at least one track on that album that I usually skipped over, & this topic is supposed to be about albums where we love every single track. Smiley Happy

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Savoy brown, Street Corner Talkin'. Best album ever.