Discussion in 'Music Reviews' started by gggvan, Jun 6, 2013.
Hey that's my list
And I would add more by 10cc
Albert King - Truck Load of Lovin
Muddy Waters - The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album
Eric Clapton Unplugged 1992
Eric Clapton One more car one more rider 2002(Also a GREAT sq album)
The Police Synchronicity 1983
The Eagles Hotel California 1976
Guns & Roses Appetite for Destruction 1987
Phil Collins Serious hits live 1990
The Cure Disintegration 1989
Talking heads Stop making sense 1984
U2 Joshua tree 1987
The Smith's Louder than bombs 1987
Van Halen 1984...um...1984!
Van Halen 1978 (Eruption! Although Ice cream man is pretty funny)
Depeche mode Violator 1990
Roxy Music Avalon 1982
Depeche Mode Music for the masses 1987
Tears for Fears Songs from the Chair 1985
Prince Purple Rain 1984
Michael Jackson Off the wall 1979
Michael Jackson Thriller 1982
Marvin Gaye What's going on 1971
Euge Groove Born 2 Groove 2007
Papa Doo Run Run - California Project (Another awesome sq album) 1985
Maceo Parker Mo' Roots 1991
George Winston Autumn 1980
Rodrigo y Gabriela Tamacun 2006
Jesse Cook Tempest 1995
Dave Brubeck Time out 1959
Cal Tjader Solar Heat 1968
These I would play a hundred times over & over again and have. Love all of them.
Never Mind The Bollocks
Gojira - From Mars to Sirius
I think you are definitely on to something. Song oriented listening or album oriented listening. Usually , for me, listening to an album is like going on a journey, and each song on the album is a part of that journey. Not saying that all the songs are equal, but neither are all parts of a journey. Seems like I've replied to this thread before. Oh well. On with the journey.
Yea a supertramp fan.
Love them Allman Brothers.
First time on this thread but love my albums, lots of great listening out there. I enjoy vinyl with headphones because of the warmer sounds of vinyl but my speakers are great to. Man I really like a lot of what everyone likes .dire straits, supertramp, Allman Brothers, Dobbie brothers, pink Floyd, Allen parson, the list goes on and on. And with today's cartridges we can pull some pretty good tunes from vinyl. Well I need to get a cold one.
Spinning Hall en oats H20
Hey another Dobbie brothers fan
I'm 59 when I was about 15 Montrose played down town they block off the streets, it got me to buy that album man how time flies.
The Wine is good, and chill with Sade and dire straits.
I did not make it through all 20 pages..... maybe already mentioned?
Tapestry by Carole King. I spun both sides the other day and actually remarked" not a bad note on the entire thing". So yeah, every song.
Opeth - Morningrise
Rush - Exit Stage Left
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours. Been listed twelve times on this thread. A winner? Got my vote. Heard this album before there was any airplay, knew it was something special.
Quite a few albums (many from around 1971 -72) that I like every song on. Recent years ... not so much, actually quite rare.
Two exceptions in recent years ... Editors (Weight of Your Love 2013) ... Imagine Dragons (Night Vision 2012) .
While there are many albums and performers that I enjoy, running across an album with all A's is a rare bird.
Some titles that are 100% A titles are the following:
The O'Jays- Ship Ahoy, Message in The Music, Family Reunion
Deniece Williams - This is Niecy
Barry White- Barry White, Is This Whatcha Wont?
Sarah Vaughan- In The Land of HiFi, Sassy Swings Again
Love Unlimited Orchestra- Rhapsody In White, White Gold
Earth Wind and Fire- That's The Way of The World
Gladys Knight and The Pips- Silk N Soul
Miles Davis- Kind of Blue
Dianne Reeves- I Remember
Issac Hayes- Hot Buttered Soul
Abbey Lincoln- Straight Ahead
Stevie Wonder- Talking Book
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