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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'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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6 minutes ago, rantan said:

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

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Agree ... a really good album and the most lovely person.

Lovin' my signed copy that I picked up at the HiFi show last year.

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23 minutes ago, Sierra said:

 

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

 

 

....and there lies the problem.🙂

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2 minutes ago, stevoz said:

 

....and there lies the problem.🙂

 

For you ... not for me  😎 😉

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5 hours ago, Tubularbells said:

Easiest response.....EVER!

Most predictable ever. Wouldn't mind hearing this at the church with JBL's

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

 

 

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On 15/02/2019 at 9:47 AM, rabidlistener said:

<snip>and a taste of what might have been

Pali Gap - Jimi Hendrix

I have this as a ring tone so I hear it often.😁🙂😁

 

I went to Pali Gap about the time of this and it was the MOST AMAZING place I've ever been.

p.s. I understand it has now been 'safety-fied' and is now almost unrecognisable.😞

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The Beatles White Album comes in at no 1 for me. Followed by in no particular order,

Dire Straits' selftitled

801 - 801 Live

Supertramp - Breakfast In America

Billy Joel - 52 nd Street

Anything by Motorhead, got em all

Anything by The Police especially Reggatta De Blanc

Anything by Thin Lizzy

Golden Earring - To The Hilt

George Clinton - Computer Games

Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla

Peter Murphy -Deep

King Crimson  - Larks' Tongues in Aspic

and then some.....

 

 

 

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In no particular order or let’s describe it “as the mood desires “

 

King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King ( well all releases really ) 

801 - Live 

Yes - Close To The Edge and Fragile 

Genesis - Nursery Cryme 

Brian Eno - Another Green World and Before And After Science 

Beatles - Revolver 

Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced 

Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood

Craig Chaquico - Acoustic Highway 

Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue 

 

There are lots more albums in the Jazz genre that I return to time and time again 

 

 

 

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As I have to pick one album that's most often played--Hideaway by Stanley Clarke.

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