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What album have you listened to more than any other?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Sconnie, Aug 17, 2020.

  1. jbmando

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    "KIND OF BLUE". Miles Davis... great inspiring music! So many really great players that have
    inspired me: I could name a hundred...too many, but I am always looking for inspiration, every day, to help me survive this difficult journey, we travel together!
     
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    It's really hard to say, but I believe it is this album.
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    These were the days when you listened to an album start to finish because you couldn't listen to individual tracks easily. Not a dud on either side of any of these...

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    First album I ever got.


    Detroit/Michigan has a real history of garage rock. Wore this out in the early '70s. Then it was reissued on CD in the late '90s and I still knew every note. It has to be ingrained in my DNA by now.
     
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    Brainstormed in no particular order...

    Jeff Beck - Blow by Blow
    Jeff Beck - Wired
    Carlos Santana - Moonflower
    Bob Seger - Live Bullet
    Rush - 2112
    Ted Nugent - Double Live Gonzo
    Kiss - Alive!
    Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic
    Atlanta Rhythm Section ("ARS") - Champagne Jam
    Blue Oyster Cult - Extraterrestrial (Live)
    Boston - Boston
    Boston - Don't Look Back
    Chicago - Chicago IX (Greatest Hits)
    Deep Purple - Machine Head
    George Benson - Breezin'
    Heart - Dreamboat Annie
    Heart - Little Queen
    Joe Pass - Virtuoso #2
    Herb Ellis & Joe Pass - Seven, Come Eleven
    Herb Ellis and Joe Pass - Two For The Road
    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Again
    Joe Pass & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - Chops
    >>> Anything with Joe Pass, my favorite guitar player os all time
    The Eagles - Greatest Hits (1971-1975)
    The Eagles - Hotel California
    Led Zeppelin - IV (ZOSO)
    Sly and the Family Stone - Greatest Hits
    Queen - A Night at the Opera
    REO Speedwagon - Live: You Get What You Play For

    Zillions more....
     
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    Can’t say for sure but these would be up there:

    Derek and the Dominos- Layla
    Springsteen - Darkness on Edge of Town
    - Born to Run
    Led Zeppelin ll
    Van Morrison - Moondance
    U2 - Joshua Tree
    Rolling Stones- Sticky Fingers
    Black Crowe’s - Shake Your Money Maker
     
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    If this hasn't been the most played, it's right up there...

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    Along with this one...

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    In the beginning
    SRV
     
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    Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II

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    I think I've equally hammered eight albums:
    Led Zeppelin 1, 2 & Physical Graffiti,
    Pink Floyd's Wish You were Here,
    Robin Trower Live,
    Status Quo's Piledriver,
    Bad Company's Bad Company and Running With the Pack.
     
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    Rage against the machine the so named album was nearly ten years the only cd in my six cd changer in the car I did not take out. A fistful of steel is still one of my favourites. Such a juicy sound never heard up to then.
     
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    harbinger?
     
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    Allman Brothers, Live at the Fillmore East
    Weather Report, Heavy Weather
    Steely Dan, Aja
    Doobie Brothers, Minute by Minute
     
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    Tomita's "Snowflakes are Dancing", a mid 70s reimagining of Debussy piano works on synthesizer. It never fails to entrance.
     
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    Back in the day, I think it must have been "The Low Spark Of High Healed Boys" by Traffic. I still have my copy, but it's pretty worn out. Steve Winwood could do it all! And to think that the title track doesn't have a guitar part...
     
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