Nonetheless, I'm going with The Allman Brothers Band: At Fillmore East. And for something completely different, The Best of Sandy Denny (though God only knows why Nothing More wasn't included).
We often meet our destiny on the road we took to avoid it.
The Beach Boys - Endless Summer
|A man's got to know |
If live albums are eligible for this it has to be Deep Purple - Made in Japan.
"But, as luck would have it, he stood up. He caught that chunk of lead." Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock
Lynyrd Skynyrd - "pronounced leh-nerd skin-nerd"
Donald Trump is not a politician, he is a leader, politicians are a dime a dozen, leaders are priceless.
|Res ipsa loquitur|
Springsteen, The Seeger Follies.
from the abyss
Speaking of Springsteen, The River should be on this list.
"How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy." Winston Churchill
|Legalize the Constitution|
American Beauty, The Grateful Dead
We got a $5 fine for whining
Starfish - The Church
Eeewwww, don't touch it!
Here, poke at it with this stick.
Forgot to add one that is probably #1.
Songs in the Key of Life
Now you report to this line, Cookie!
Nine Inch Nails
I'm at that awkward stage between birth and death.
|Age Quod Agis|
Blood on the Tracks
"I will fight until Hell freezes over and then fight on the ice."
Captain William Mattingly at the Battle of Bulltown, West Virginia 1863
The Moody Blues “core seven” albums.
Dire Straits, Brothers In Arms
|Live Slow, |
Creedence Clearwater Revival- Chronicle
If I had one album to listen to the reat of my life, that would be it.
"I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them."
- John Wayne in "The Shootist"
|Don't burn |
the day away
Dave Matthews Band-Under the table and dreaming
Led Zeppelin-Physical Graffiti
Freewheeling Bob Dylan and Blood on the Tracks. Actually, I can listen to any of the 1963 through 75 albums and enjoy them. Those two were especially good.
|Web Clavin Extraordinaire|
U2 - The Joshua Tree
Metallica - ...And Justice for All
Depeche Mode - Ultra
Antichrisis - A Legacy of Love (this is the most thematically coherent album I've ever encountered and true to its title)
Chuck Norris put the laughter in "manslaughter"
Educating the youth of America, one declension at a time.
|Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes|
Came into and read this thread to see if this album was named. One of my all time favorites. Didn't see Live Bullets by Seger but that was my choice for live.
“There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.”
― Frank Zappa
|Raised Hands Surround Us|
Three Nails To Protect Us
Project 86 - Drawing Black Lines
The Album that drew me to metal 20 years ago and likely my favorite album to this day. There are very few days that go by I don’t listen to a song or two if not the whole album.
Emery - The Weak’s End
For this one I was in a really bad place in life, probably the worst place in life I have ever been and it was almost as if the lyrics were written for me at the time or if I were a song writer I could have written the album. So maybe it does not count or would not have made my list if I would have been at a different place in life.
Robert Miles - Dreamland
There is just something about this album. No matter what is going on that keeps me up at night I put this album on and I sleep well and oddly enough usually have crazy vivid dreams while I sleep to it.
This is a great thread. So many good albums especially the older stuff. Interesting how life and life experiences really play into music and what we enjoy vs. what music really has impacted our life or still continues to impact.
I think that when those dark voices start calling our name in the back of our head we need to remind those voices who we belong to!
Andrew Schwab - Project 86
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