Registered: Tue Oct 28 2008
Loc: Derbyshire England UK
My Top 10:
Astral Weeks - Van Morrison Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan Forever Changes - Love The Wall - Pink Floyd Kid A - Radiohead On The Beach - Neil Young Blue - Joni Mitchell I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One - Yo La Tengo Veedon Fleece - Van Morrison Hounds Of Love - Kate Bush
Registered: Mon Oct 20 2008
Loc: Amarillo Texas USA
Eagles - Hotel California Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like a Wheel Gordon Lightfoot - Summertime Dream Harry Chapin - Verities and Balderdash Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Jackson Browne - Running on Empty Beatles - Abbey Road Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger
Registered: Fri Feb 13 2009
Loc: New York USA
Some of mine were mentioned:
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon Tracy Chapman (s/t first album) Pink Floyd - The Wall Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska Jethro Tull - Stormwatch David Bowie - Man Who Sold The World David Bowie - Diamond Dogs David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust... David Bowie - Low David Bowie - Heroes (I could go on with Bowie, but those are the top) :0
and (only older Canadians would even have a hope of remembering this one)
Suereal has a list I could work with. Fabulous to see someone remembering the genious of Harry Chapin. -- And I would throw the late Jim Croce's "Photographs and Memories" in that category, too.
I think I would have to remove Jackson Browne and Willie Nelson though. I like both albums but would probably replace them with
Janis Joplin - Pearl
Crosby Stills and Nash - Deja Vu
Of course Carol King's "Tapestry" has been mentioned.
A few others that I wore out Pat Benatar's "In The Heat of the Night." Kansas "Dust in the Wind". Oh sheesh, lots and lots more. But I thought I would drive my Mother mad with the "Easy Rider" soundtrack. (-8
Registered: Sat May 16 2009
Loc: Michigan USA
I do have a lot of CD's I can pop into my player, without skipping over songs, but these are my favorites: The Moody Blues- Greatest Hits Dido- No Angel Three Doors Down- The Better Life Steve Miller Band- Greatest Hits Lily Allen- Alright, Still Seal- System innerpartysystem Shinedown- The Sound of Madness Garden State Soundtrack Oasis- (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Muse- Absolution The Rasmus- Dead Letters
Looks like these are all mostly older stuff, mid 70's to mid 80's, but I can still listen to them straight through.
Pink Floyd ~ Wish You Were Here Supertramp ~ Crime of the Century Willie Nelson ~ Stardust Nash the Slash ~ Children of the Night Bob Marley ~ Legend (i know its a compilation...but still) Joe Jackson ~ Look Sharp Jeff Wayne ~ War of the Worlds The Cars ~ self titled the The ~ Soul Mining Human League ~ Dare! Simple Minds ~ New Gold Dreams Enigma ~ MCMXC A.D. Blue Rodeo ~ 5 Days in July Faithless ~ Reverence