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For me it has to be Traffic. Low spark of high heeled boys.

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I have been playing this for at least 40 years and can't get sick of it. I wish I had a $ for every time I have played it. Still sounds superb with no noise on it. It has no right to still sound this good. I would have thought after 40 years of playing the same album there would be some sq drop off but not this one. Must have had some magic vinyl back in the day!

Which album does it for you guys?

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Easiest response.....EVER!    

Love the analogue synths/ambient sounds of J.M. Jarre album Oxygen.     

FZ - Sheik Yerbouti  

Great choice! Love the way Steve Winwood sang during that period, with a lot of passion and risk-taking.

 

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Another Winwood collaboration, the Blind Faith album, would be my nomination (along with 200 other albums!).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In fairness a lot of floyd albums have that ‘just cant get sick of’ feeling.

 

edit: mine is either led zeppelin ‘bbc sessions’ or stones ‘Exile on main st’

id be close to fortnightly listening to those albums for almost 20yrs id guess and im only 35

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Dylan - any of them, but in particular

Blood on the tracks

Blonde on Blonde

New Morning

Nashville Skyline

Desire

Planet Waves

..............dang , I could just keep going..............................on.............and on............and ................on.................

 

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4 hours ago, Sime V2 said:

TesseracT’s Altered State, the only perfect album. 

 

 

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I have about 50 at least however this is awesome. Relatively "new" in my vernacular as I only discovered them about 5 years or so ago at Soundwave but have been a fan ever since. I cant keep still when listening to this.

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Bowie... All albums from Space Oddiity (1969)  though to Scary Monsters & Super Creeps (1980) + everything else except (of course..) Let's  Dance, Tonight and Never Let Me Down (1983 -1987) i.e as DB described it "My Phil Collins years"..

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25 minutes ago, Hifigeek said:

Bowie... All albums from Space Oddiity (1969)  though to Scary Monsters & Super Creeps (1980) + everything else except (of course..) Let's  Dance, Tonight and Never Let Me Down (1983 -1987) i.e as DB described it "My Phil Collins years"..

Blackstar needs a mention as the best Bowie album ever considering he was dying at the time. Awesome album.

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Steven Wilson  Insurgentes , the new messiah of music, also any other Porcupine Tree or Steven Wilson album or any collaboration album with SW..................................................

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Stones - Let it Bleed

Dire Straits - Dire Straits

Led Zep - II

Elton John - GYBR

CCR - Cosmos Factory

Clapton -Slowhand 

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7 hours ago, was_a said:

Another Winwood collaboration, the Blind Faith album, would be my nomination

I used to have this  but went missing over the years. I will put it on my secondhand hunt list!

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My favourite albums I hardly ever play, as I don't want to get sick of them.

Too many to list but these are high up.

Dylan> Blood on the Tracks.

Pink Floyd> DSOTM, Animals, Wish You Were Here> (Although, I won't play this any more after my son was killed.) 

Al Stewart> Year of the Cat.

CSNY> Four Way Street.

Stones> Get Ya Ya Ya's Out. My favourite Stones Album.

Supertramp> Crime of the Century. (Part of my life.)

Joni Mitchell> Blue.

 

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41 minutes ago, dart to the heart said:

T Bone Burnett Truth Decay

Now that is obscure 

i like his first one

cant think of the name

he was around Dylan when he converted to Christianity 

could even be to blame?

enormously influential in Americana circles by bringing country musics past into the present through various musicians starting with O Brother

works a lot with the Cohen Brothers

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11 hours ago, dart to the heart said:

The Alpha Band lp's x 3?

This one

 Never owned it on cd but do remember how good it was

i think from memory there was an ep they put out

I bought them because they played with Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Tour 

A case of quality by association so to speak

From memory T Bone was a Christian and Dylan’s conversion was about 3 years later

6 degrees of separation 

And the T Bone record I like the most is this one

River of Love

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I've been listening to these two albums since I was 18 ... also has special significance for a friend that passed away far too young.
 
 
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I have had those 2 records since the mid 70’s myself. David Surkamps voice is certainly unique [emoji1303]
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3 hours ago, Sierra said:

I've been listening to these two albums since I was 18 ... also has special significance for a friend that passed away far too young.

 

 

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'Pampered Menial' is genius?.....'At the Sound of the Bell' is unfortunately not?......IMO? and in the opinion of their record company, who dropped them after it's release.? I think 'Pampered Menial' is one of the great debut albums.

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1 hour ago, Peter-C said:


I have had those 2 records since the mid 70’s myself. David Surkamps voice is certainly unique emoji1303.png

That's one way of describing it ! ?

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1 hour ago, Peter-C said:


I have had those 2 records since the mid 70’s myself. David Surkamps voice is certainly unique emoji1303.png

 

David Surkamp's voice certainly is unique ... although Rush's Geddy Lee comes close in a few places on "Tom Sawyer"

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This one.  Great musician,wonderful person and a huge credit to the local music scene.

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17 minutes ago, stevoz said:

'Pampered Menial' is genius?.....'At the Sound of the Bell' is unfortunately not?......IMO.?

 

I might have to respectfully disagree there ... ATSOTB is just as genius but in a totally different style.

 

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