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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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One more comment about "Something/Anything" by Todd Rundgren: Somewhere on the album he said, " If it's stupid enough, it's cool." And that's kind of what the album is; a lot of somethings and anythings. And it was cool.

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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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gm76503907 wrote:

Abbey Road - Beatles

Nashville Skyline - Bob Dylan

Revelations - New Colony Six

Blue Sky/Night Thunder - Michael Murphey

Ella Fitzgerald - Best of Gershwin


Oh yeah, there was a song by New Colony Six that I can't remember the name, but I know I really liked it. I'd appreciate you telling me the name of that song. It was back in the 60s. I gotta find a copy of that song. I think I used to have the 45 of it, but I can't remmember. For some reason I keep thinking of "It's You I'm Thinking Of", but I don't think that's the name. Can you please refresh my memory?

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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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Abbey Road - Beatles

Nashville Skyline - Bob Dylan

Revelations - New Colony Six

Blue Sky/Night Thunder - Michael Murphey

Ella Fitzgerald - Best of Gershwin

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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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Fanfare for the Common Man

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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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Abbey Road, especially what was Side Two on vinyl - The Beatles

Will o The Wisp - Leon Russell

Greatest Hits (the double album) - Steely Dan

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Michael Jackson "Thriller"

Eagles Greatest Hits

Feliciano: Light My Fire

MaMa's and Papa's all their songs

Elvis:Blue Suede Shoes

The Three Tenors: Pavorati; 

 

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Carole King      Tapestry

Carpenters.       A Song for You

Linda Ronstadt.  Mad Love

Eagles.                Greatest Hits

Steeley Dan.         Aja


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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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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"Music, music, music" by the Harmonicats!

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"Rocket To Russia"

    ~ The Ramones Heart

 

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Red headed stranger by Willie (no last name needed) is the best EVER!'m

 

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