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What album have you listened to more than any other?

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  1. ScotNL

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    Old 97’s, most messed up

    tribe called quest, low end theory

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    Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore East
     
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    Joe Dirt Car is one of my faves also, though I was a lot older than you when I first heard it. We used to use it as break music between our sets, still a go to. Very sad what happened to that duo, no matter who you believe.

    Album listened to the most, Start the Car by Jude Cole. Timeless songs and brilliant production work with James Newton Howard, a big time movie soundtrack artist these days. Still listen to it all the time after 20+ years.
     
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    Wow! This is harder than picking your child's name.
    Keeping in mind I'm 57 years old, I guess if I was really pushed, I would have to say Led Zeppelin ll. (Followed very closely by the rest of there catalog)
    Nearly the same for Grace, Jeff Buckley.
     
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    Probably one of the following:

    Zeppelin IV
    DSOTM
    200 More Miles (Cowboy Junkies double live album)
    Grateful Dead Barton Hall 5/8/77 (though mainly because I listened to it when it was a soundboard tape floating around in tape trading circles)
     
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    Gotta either be Back in Black, or the first Ramones album.
     
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    London Calling, Kind of Blue, Beck, Bogart & Appice.
     
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    The 4 "With the Miles Davis Quintet" albums. I have them, Sketches of Spain and Kind of Blue in a playlist that is continuously shuffling on my bedroom speaker.

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    The Neal Morse Band “The Similitude of a Dream”. Listened to it probably 200 times in the last four or five years. Incredible double album. Features Portnoy on drums.

    All other albums/music pales by comparison.
     
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    Traffic - Low Spark

    Allman Brothers - Live At Fillmore East

    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

    Led Zep - Physical Graffiti

    Paul Simon - Graceland
     
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    In similar vein to @gdsmithtx, I'd say mine is Miles Davis, Kind of Blue

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    Derek & the Dominoes, Layla, Duane Allman and Eric Clapton, fuggedaboudit
    Exile on Main Street, the Rolling Stones, definitive blues rock from the English white boys who unlocked the black mans blues for rock
    Led Zeppelin 4, LZ at the top of their game
     
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    There are a lot of albums that I've listened to a lot, but Revolver or Pet Sounds are probably the ones I've listened to most.
     
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    More than any other? Led Zep (1), ABB LFE.
     
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    Not sure, either Abbey Road, Rubber Soul or Revolver, had to be a Beatle album only because my father was a huge fan so I listened even in my mom’s belly. Still play them often.
     
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    same here, with Rubber Soul close behind.
     
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    Pretty close toss up between these three. If had to wager, Cities is most likely it. 81ji3Ob5WfL._SL1500_.jpg Jars_of_Clay_album_cover_original.jpg R-3736305-1342302023-1628.jpeg.jpg
     
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    Have to add Something Else - Kinks. Completely wore out the Waterloo Sunset track.
     
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    This trio was the big three on constant rotation in the 90s. I still revisit them from time to time, and still love em.
    As I get older I don't listen to music as frequently or intently as I did when younger. Part of it is time (more responsibilities). But I think an even bigger part is not having physical media to play--with streaming, and huge mass of catalogs instantly available at any time, it's hard to really get into something deep--there's always so much other things pulling my attention this way and that. These remind me of simpler times.


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