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Tapestry still my favorite


That's one of my favorites though I believe it is a greatest hits album which is why I didn't note it.

If it is a greatest hits album, I think it is one of the best greatest hits albums if not the best.

Oh and another for the topic:

Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus.









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Pink Floyd - Animals

Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Megadeth - Rust In Peace
 
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Tea for the Tillerman by Cat Stevens (1970)
Songs: "Where Do the Children Play?", "Hard Headed Woman", "Wild World", "Sad Lisa", "Miles from Nowhere", "But I Might Die Tonight", "Longer Boats", "Into White", "On the Road to Find Out", "Father and Son", "Tea for the Tillerman"

Teaser and the Firecat by Cat Stevens (1971)
Songs: "The Wind", "Rubylove", "If I Laugh", "Changes IV", "How Can I Tell You", "Tuesday's Dead", "Morning Has Broken", "Bitterblue", "Moonshadow", "Peace Train"

An Evening With Don Williams by Don Williams (1994)
Songs: "Good Ole Boys Like Me", "She's In Love With A Rodeo Man", "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend", "The Ties That Bind", "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Till The Rivers All Run Dry", "I Recall A Gypsy Woman", "It Must Be Love", "Lay Down Beside Me", "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good", "(I'm Just A) Country Boy", "Tulsa Time", "Amanda", "You're My Best Friend", "Dialogue", "I Believe In You"


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Black Sabbath, Black Sabbath album!
 
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The Glitch Mob, Drink the Sea


This made me think of Phutureprimitive - Kinetik, which is a great album. Just a dandy.

I think I heard it around the same time I first heard Drink the Sea.




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I'm not a Beatles fan, but SPLHCB has to be included because each track is groundbreaking in its own way.

Duran Duran's Rio album doesn't have a bad song on it, though you have to like the band to begin with.

Michael Jackson's Thriller comes close but misses by a hair with "The Lady in my Life".

I remember listening to Styx's Kilroy was Here over and over again, although I can't say every song was a winner that stand the test of time.
 
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Chicago - Transit Authority
 
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Pink Floyd: The Wall
Boston: Boston
Crowded House: Woodface


 
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Chicago - Transit Authority
Exactly. Before they became Chicago, they were Chicago Transit Authority. Very tight album. Introduction, Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?, Beginnings, I'm a Man, Questions 67 & 68, etc., etc., etc.

 
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The actual Chicago Transit Authority didn’t take kindly to the band naming themselves after the Authority. I believe they sued which led to the name change.


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I'm adding August by Eric Clapton.

I'm sitting at work with my iPod running and this album came up in the rotation. I don't consider it a classic work of his, but I like every song on this album, particularly "Tearing Us Apart" with Tina Turner.


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Nick Heywood, North of a Miracle



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Neil Young's Live at Massey Hall is an awesome album as well.

It could be argued that it is a "greatest hits", but some of the future hits hadn't even been recorded yet when he played them there in '71.


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Tapestry still my favorite


That's one of my favorites though I believe it is a greatest hits album which is why I didn't note it.

If it is a greatest hits album, I think it is one of the best greatest hits albums if not the best.

Oh and another for the topic:

Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus.

Actually, Tapestry is not a greatest hits album; it just seems that way because of the high number of singles it produced. It remains one of the biggest selling albums of all time.


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Tommy - The Who

Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield

Pictures at an Exhibition (live '71) - Emerson, Lake & Palmer



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Rolling Stones:Exile On Main Street
Beggars Banquet
Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys:For The Last Time (I'm not a country fan but the album is outstanding, look into the story behind it)
Elmore James:King Of The Slide Guitar(Most of his released albums were posthumus as he died in 1963
Benny Goodman:The Complete Concert at Carnegie Hall 1938
The Beatles:Sgt.Pepper
Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen:We've Got A Live One Here


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saw these guys in concert a few months ago,
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