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Favorite Album of All Time

BMTHfan213 Apr 22, 2016

  1. BMTHfan213

    BMTHfan213 Little member

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    I don't know if this is already a thread I did a quick search and didn't see it and just thought it would be incredibly interesting to hear what are your guys' favorite albums of all time.
     
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  2. Obijuan Kenobe

    Obijuan Kenobe Our only hope! Brigade Member

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    Roxy and Elsewhere. Frank Zappa.

    Or was it Kind of Blue, Miles Davis?

    obi
     
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  3. nocheese4u

    nocheese4u Notch'yo' cheese! JDBA Official Member

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    The Traveling Wilburys. The greatest super band ever! Tom Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, and Bob Dylon!
     
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  4. Planterz

    Planterz seriously nutz Brigade Member

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    Well, you beat me to it, so I'll cheat and say the combination Overnite Sensation/Apostrophe (') CD they released some years back.
     
  5. GEEZER

    GEEZER Beware The Ides of March Brigade Member

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    The Allman Brothers Band, 'At Fillmore East'.


    Followed closely by:


    Robert Johnson, 'The Complete Recordings'.
     
  6. waterdogs

    waterdogs Brigade Member Brigade Member

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    Man....that`s a tough choice....

    I might have to concur with The Allman Bros. "Fillmore East"

    OR

    maybe Hendrix "Electric Ladyland"

    OR

    maybe the Beatles "White Album"

    Hmmmmmmmmmmmm....:devilwag:
     
  7. ilovekittens

    ilovekittens Sailing the seas of cheese Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    I could pick on in each music genre but if I could only pick one I guess I'd have to go with Korn's first known as Korn. :WT351: ILK
     
  8. Tony8179

    Tony8179 Bone For Tuna Brigade Member

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    Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon. I remember listening to my father's album of it in 9th grade and being blown the fuck away. It made me appreciate music more.
     
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  9. Donnie B.

    Donnie B. JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    Making love? - Roxy Music - Avalon
    F*cking? - Led Zeppelin - IV
    Rocking out? - Metallica - Master of Puppets
    Head banging? - Prong - Cleansing
    Melancholy? - Sufjan Stevens - Carrie and Lowell
    Epic prog mood? - Yes - Close to the Edge
    Bombastic prog? - Marillion - Seasons End
    Blues? - Gary Moore - Blues for Greeny
    Fusion? - Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds of Fire
    Classical? - Stravinsky - Firebird Sweet
    Nylon string? - Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez

    I could go on for hours.
     
  10. Obijuan Kenobe

    Obijuan Kenobe Our only hope! Brigade Member

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    No, Donnie. One album. Just one. Well, maybe two.

    But you have to name one album.

    We all have long lists. But that is not the question.

    Genre is not part of it.

    Roxy and Elsewhere (offered up by me and others) is arguable the best compilation of live Zappa band master musicianship ever recorded. There are stretches of spontaneous musical genius supported by Zappa's masterpiece fusion rock composition that reach places man may never achieve again. It's that good. The first six tracks are without a doubt, some of the best American music ever made/played ever. I find it mind-blowing.

    Kind of Blue changed music forever...maybe even established a new genre. Certainly established a new standard of blues in jazz. Perhaps the greatest studio record of all time.

    I would honestly be able to take only two albums of music with me to Mars. I would never want to do that. But if the crazy situation did arise, Roxy and Elsewhere and Kind of Blue. Yin and Yang.

    obi
     
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  11. Donnie B.

    Donnie B. JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    Physical Graffiti - Zeppelin
     
  12. zidfeldts

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    Probably my favorite is "The River" by Bruce Springsteen. I wore out two copies on cassette before I got a CD player.
     
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  13. Obijuan Kenobe

    Obijuan Kenobe Our only hope! Brigade Member

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    Checkmate. That...is a good call.

    100% agreement here. Short list for sure. Tough call, eh?

    Awesome answer.
     
  14. Donnie B.

    Donnie B. JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    Covers all bases.
     
  15. longbow

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    Cream, Little Feat Waitin for Columbus( best live recording imho ever made), Allman Brothers Live at Fillmore East maybe a couple of others but for the most part Little Feat and Allman Brothers especially with Duane. I also enjoy Van Morrison stuff. keepem sharp
     
  16. Gecko

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    Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

    Have all a great sunday :madaddy:
     
  17. PS-RagE

    PS-RagE "R" for Adventure JDBA Official Member Brigade Member

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    Hmmm, can't pic just one.

    Either

    "Selling England By The Pound" by Genesis
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    Or

    Ayreon's "Into The Electric Castle"
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  18. GEEZER

    GEEZER Beware The Ides of March Brigade Member

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    I am surprised no one has said yet...

    ROLLING STONES "JERSEY DEVIL AMERICAN TOUR 1981 NOVEMBER 5TH"
     
  19. Donnie B.

    Donnie B. JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    THANKS! for the tip. Been listening to it all morning and LOVE it. I hear Jethro Tull, Dream Theater, Marillion, and a bunch of other influences. Such an epic and dense production too.
     
  20. BaliAction

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    Agreed

    Dark Side of the Moon

    :thumbsup:
     

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