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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. cenz

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    That’s a great record.

    For the OP, don’t know your taste, but give these 3 Be-Bop Deluxe records a try.

    Axe Victim
    Sunburst Finish
    Drastic Plastic
     
  2. loco gringo

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    Muddy Waters' "Hard Again" is great, but I think his seminal album was "Folk Singer".

    Another great Emmy Lou Harris album is "Red Dirt Girl".
     
  3. 4wotitswurth

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    Sunday night intro..... if you listen to the whole album.... just love it!

     
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    They are twin sisters from Iceland and play almost all the instruments on this album except for some trumpet and misc. percussion. They compose and arrange all the songs as well. The lead singer also has a solo act as JFDR.
     
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    Talking Heads Stop Making Sense (watching the movie is a lot better, but even only the music is terrific)
    Jethro Tull Thick As A Brick (well, it's kind of one song anyway....)
    Jethro Tull Aqualung
    Peter Gabriel So
    The Who Quadrophenia
    Imelda May More Mayhem
     
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    • Tora Tora - Wild America
    • Lucky Tubb - Damn the Luck
    • Bill Kirchen - Have Love, Will Travel
    • The Scream - Let It Scream
    • School of Fish - School of Fish
    • The Magnolias - Off the Hook
    • The Two-Dollar Pistols - Hands Up
    • The Derailers - Here Come the Derailers
    • Heap - Don’t Call Us We Already Broke Up (google it)...Prison, Parole and Prison is a classic and the whole album is equally great
    • Deloris Telescope - Milk the Glory
    • Spin Doctors - Pocket Full of Kryptonite
    • John Coltrane - Giant Steps; also My Favorite Things
    • Eric Dolphin - Out to Lunch
    • Buddy Guy - Damn Right I’ve Got the Blues
    • The Church - Starfish
    • The Bangles - Different Light
    • Nick Curran - Player
    • Junkyard - Junkyard
    • Megadeth - Rust in Peace
    • Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time
    • Tommy Guerrero - No Man’s Land
    • Tinsley Ellis - Fire It Up; Hell or High Water
    • Robert Cray - Midnight Stroll
    • Rusty and the Dragstrip Trio - I Ain’t Ready
    • Man or Astroman? - Transmissions from Uranus
    No particular order. There are probably more, but I’m sure you have plenty to dig after this thread.
     
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    Did anyone mention The Tubes Completion Backwards Principle? It even says so in the intro!

    Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
    Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
    Pink Floyd - Animals
    Led Zeppelin - Presence
    Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
     
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    I don't know your tastes but these are some of mine

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    Wanted the Outlaws - Waylon, Willie, Jessi, and Tompall Glaser
    Dreaming my Dreams - Waylon
    Waylon Live Extended Edition - Waylon
    Red-Headed Stranger - Willie
    Alchemy - Dire Straits
    Poems Prayers and Promises - John Denver
    The Road Goes on Forever - The Highwaymen
    Briefcase Full of Blues - Blues Brothers
    Mark Twain Words & Music - Compilation
    Sharp Dressed Men A tribute to ZZ Top
    Born to Boogie - Hank Williams Jr.

    Anything by Buddy Holly
    Most of Brad Paisley's stuff
     
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    John Prine's first album is so good I've never given another one a chance. It's time I could be spending listening to this perfect first album.

    Johnny Smith Moonlight in Vermont is pretty good too. It's Jazz, but not like..
    JAZZ.
     
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    Kendrick Lamar - Damn
    Fiona Apple - Fetch the Bolt Cutters
    John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
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    OK, it's an EP, not an LP, but it's great and under-appreciated:
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    Being a guitar forum this should get a mention ( not much in the way of Fender though )

     
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    Great recording!

    I had to laugh at the opening line of the 2nd tune, Bus Driver,
    "Well my baby she roll off with the bus driver,
    and, you know, that don't seem right."

    (*might be 'run off' but either works)
     
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    everything with Bob Marley and the Wailers
     
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