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    Albums you always want available

    The other thread on favorite bands got me to thinking about albums that as a whole I just have to keep in rotation. Sure some groups I like more than any one album they made and some groups I would not buy anything else they did but that one album that just worked for me.

    So what are the albums that you just can't leave behind...

    Blue Oyster Cult, Fire of Unknown Origin
    Pink Floyd, The Wall
    Alice Cooper, From the Inside and Killers


    I know there are more but at this moment my brain is fried and it's soaked in wine

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    hot licks-rolling stones

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    O.k., this is a bit eclectic:

    Rumors - Fleetwood Mac
    Bat out of Hell - Meat Loaf
    Songs for swinging lovers - Sinatra

    If I can add more

    Anything by Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass
    Verve Jazz Masters Blossom Dearie
    Porgy and Bess - Fitzgerald and Armstrong

    Man, that's so hard to narrow down...

    Stefan

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    Oooh tough one. There are a bunch, but number 1 with a bullet for me will always be The Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Goin' for 10:

    Twango Bango Deluxe - David Lindley & Wally Ingram
    Yessongs - Yes
    Cabretta - Mink DeVille
    Jukebox - Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes
    This Year's Model - Elvis Costello
    Here Come the Warm Jets - Brian Eno
    Die Zauberflöte - 1950 Vienna Philharmonic (Karajan)
    Europe '72 - Grateful Dead
    Overkill - Motörhead
    Small Change - Tom Waits
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    taj mahal-the real thing
    little feat-waiting for columbus
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    David Bowie-The rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust...
    Led Zepplin-Albums 1-5
    Roxy Music-1st album

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    Rihanna - Loud

    And after 21.november Rihanna - Talk that talk

    Rihanna > Led Zepplin

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    Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald - anything
    Sinatra - early years
    Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - self titled
    Bob Marley - Exodus, Rastaman Vibration
    GAP Band - Greatest Hits
    Al Green - Greatest Hits I & II
    Chet Baker/Art Pepper - Picture of Health
    Chet Baker - The Best of Chet Baker Sings
    Clifford Brown & Max Roach - self titled
    Sade - Love Deluxe
    Prince - Sign O' the Times & 1999
    Outkast - Greatest Hits

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    LP - whenever changes are made such as replacing tubes, etc. CD are now part of the review.

    LP’s - Scheherazade, Chicago Symphony Orchestra w/ Reiner
    Cantate Donomino, Torsten Nilsson
    Piano sonatas….by Glenn Gould

    CD’s - Facing Future – Iz
    Pirates of the Caribbean 1st, sound track
    Son’s band rehearsing at a club at lunch time

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