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Discussion in 'Music' started by Angelo.M, Jul 3, 2003.
I hope this thread can stay in the Music Area.
Just list your favorite album. Any genre.
I would have to say Shawn Colvin's "Fat City" is just about my favorite album in my 800+ collection. It gets as much play, if not more, than any other.
Super easy question...
"Dulcinea" (1994) from Toad the Wet Sprocket
I've heard this album probably a gazillion times, and I can still listen and be completely enveloped in it. Although any Toad the Wet Sprocket album is incredibly good, this would have to be my personal favorite.
It depends on my mood (and I have about 2500 CDs) but if you held a gun to my head I would say Genesis The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway.
Because you know your audio equipment, Angelo, I hereby grant you your wish.
Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 43, performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Lorin Maazel (1965, DECCA)
The Beatles: Revolver (1966, Parlophone)
Judas Priest - Ram it Down. Seriously.:b
Jack: Many thanks. And, I'm flattered by your comment. :b
Company of Wolves - Self titled album
"Shine on Brightly" by Procol Harum
The Johnson Mountain Boys - "Live at the Old Schoolhouse"
"The Dark Side of the Moon"
Pink Floyd, 1973
Back Door Men by the Shadows of Knight, a great 60s Garage Band from the Chicago suburbs. This album was the follow up to their big hit, Gloria. BDM has an incredible psychodelic version of Hey Joe, a song popularized by The Leaves and later by Jimi Hendrix.
Dream Theater's Falling into Infinity!
Kate Bush: Hounds of Love
Van Morrison: Moondance
Slowdive - "Just For a Day"