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Recommend an album thats worth listening to start to finish

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by tele-nova, Nov 12, 2020.

  1. tele-nova

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    I need new music to listen to.
     
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    Arc Angels—Arc Angels (eponymous)
    Rolling Stones—Let It Bleed
    Joe Ely—Live at Liberty Lunch
    Lucinda Williams—Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
    Muddy Waters—Hard Again
    Bruce Springsteen—Tunnel of Love
    Traveling Wilburys—Vol. 1
     
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    That's two albums right there that my fiancée listens to frequently.

    I'll take Let It Bleed.
     
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    Johnny Winter - Still Alive and Well
     
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    Hell yes!!
     
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    Tom Petty - Wildflowers
    Tom Petty - Into the Great Wide Open
     
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    I was jamming out to "Eat a Peach" the other day, so good
     
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    Muddy Waters ' Hard Again' is on my Top 5 Blues Albums

    - this is 'live in studio' recording and the band just literally grooves with/for Muddy of every beat. It moves you!

    Edit- Kudos to Johnny Winter's fantastic playing, production in recording Muddy's great band
     
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    Too easy.
    You can get lost in this one.

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    Performers

    Sir Richard Burton – spoken words (The Journalist: the narrator-protagonist)
    Justin Hayward – vocals (The Sung Thoughts of the Journalist)
    David Essex – spoken words and vocals (The Artilleryman)
    Chris Thompson – vocals (The Voice of Humanity)
    Phil Lynott – spoken words and vocals (Parson Nathaniel)
    Julie Covington – spoken words and vocals (Beth)
    Jerry Wayne – spoken words (The Voice of NASA)

    Jeff Wayne – composer, arranger, keyboards, synthesisers
    Chris Spedding – electric guitar, acoustic guitar
    Herbie Flowers – bass guitar
    Ken Freeman – keyboards, synthesisers
    George Fenton – santoor, zither, tar
    Jo Partridge – guitars (The Heat Ray), mandolin, vocals ('Ulla's)
    Barry Morgan – drums
    Barry da Souza, Roy Jones, Ray Cooper – percussion
    Paul Vigrass, Gary Osborne, Billy Lawrie – backing vocals
     
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    Thanks dudes! Keep em coming
     
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    R.E.M = Murmur

    Television = Marquee Moon

    The Gun Club = Fire of Love
     
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    Jesca Hoop — Kismet

    It’s been my favorite album for about twelve years.
     
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    Haha I used to listen to this when I was a kid. My dad had it on vinyl
     
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