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What album have you listened to more than any other?

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  1. John Backlund

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    It would likely be either Ummagumma or Bat Out Of Hell, though I haven't listened to either for probably thirty years or more.
     
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    I think it must be this one:
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    The silver Chicago II album.
     
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    In my childhood it was Patti Page sings Country & Western Golden Hits Vol 2. Dad's favourite album - I still know every song backwards.
    In my youth, Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    In my 20s, Mellencamp's Scarecrow.
    In my adulthood, Steve Earle's Transcendental Blues and Lucinda Williams' Car Wheels on a Gravel Road.
    Which one have I listened to more? No idea.
     
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    Duplicate post. Somehow.
     
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    Electric Ladyland
    Live at the Fillmore
    Not sure which one I should have put first.
    These days I have an Albert King compilation on digital that gets first pick.
     
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    Buck Owens and Merle haggard.
     
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    Europe 72 - Grateful Dead
    Slow Train Coming - Bob Dylan
    Greatest Hits - Queen
    Appetite for Destruction - Guns N Roses

    Amongst others...
     
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    Who didn't want to cop Mick Taylors tone on Sympathy for the Devil
     
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    Rough and ready. Jeff Beck and budz
     
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    Ooof, that's a tough one. It has to be one of these three, but hard to say which one.

    Grateful Dead - Europe 72
    The Beatles - White Album, Abbey Road
     
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    Pink Floyd-Dark Side Of The Moon. Never gets old, absolute masterpiece.
     
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    Me too. Interesting to see it only took a couple entries for this one to bob up! Revolver is one of those albums that divides my life into before / after.
     
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    Out of all albums I'd say Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

    If we're talking Guitar Instrumental albums I'd go with Ah Via Musicom.
     
  16. EsquireOK

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    I don't know for sure. Possibly any of the following. I like a lot more than this, but these come to mind as albums that I really wore the hell out.

    Jimmy Reed at Carnegie Hall
    The Great Twenty-Eight
    (Chuck Berry collection)
    This is Benny Goodman (2 LP collection)
    Let It Bleed
    Beggar's Banquet
    Aftermath
    (U.S. version)
    Between the Buttons (U.S. version)
    Out of Our Heads (U.S. version)
    Born Under a Bad Sign
    The Times They Are A-Changin'
    The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
    Bringing It All Back Home
    John Wesley Harding
    Axis: Bold as Love
    Are You Experienced
    (U.S. version)
    Revolver (U.S. version)
    Rubber Soul (U.K. version)
    More Hottest Hits From Treasure Isle (collection of ska and rocksteady)
    Ramones
    Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols
    Mutations
     
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