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Which two albums do you bust out and play often?

Asked by Mama_Cakes (11060points) July 23rd, 2020 from iPhone

Nothing current. Albums that you’ve played for years and when you put it on now, you play the whole thing. Not individual songs.

Dark Side of the Moon
Tea for the Tillerman

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lucillelucillelucille's avatar

The two you’ve listed I often play on my goofy little record player—I found Tea for the Tillerman at a garage sale and almost screamed like a little girl XD
DSOTM, I have had many copies of that one in various forms over the years.
That is a great album.
Beatles -White Album, Amy Winehouse – Frank, Miles Davis-Kind of Blue, Stevie Ray Vaughan-In the Beginning (that one I have played the most out of anything I own) &
Howlin Wolf-Greatest Hits are in regular rotation lately but when I paint or throw clay, I like to listen to the stuff on my MP3 player.It’s a mix of all kinds of music.
I have a lot of 70’s songs on that.
It’s Magic you know. Never believe it’s not so

ragingloli's avatar

“5, 6, 7, 8 – Bullenstaat!”
“Planet Punk”

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@Mama_Cakes -A favorite My hub sings this to me & I can’t figure out why. XD
Thanks for that link, I haven’t heard him before.

Mama_Cakes's avatar


Cat Stevens was a good looking guy.

I’m the youngest of four. The second youngest is ten years older than me, so when I was little I got to hear a lot of these old records. My sis was the Cat Stevens fan. Brothers loved prog rock and metal. Their first concert was Queen and Freddie wearing a one piece leotard. Led Zeppelin with Robert Plant wearing the tightest of pants showing his moose knuckle. These were the stories that’s they told me years later. XD

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@Mama_Cakes -Robert Plant scared me and so did his pants. Lol His real name is Robert S, Pants. Bob Scary Pants Little knowm fact, right there.
Queen would have been a great show, I bet!
My older brother used to teach guitar. He listened to a lot of stuff I never want to hear again.Serious ear torture.
My sis plays piano & harmonica and isn’t too shabby.
My other brother mixes sound for people as a side thing and has done work for different types of musicians.He plays a little piano and drums.
He really liked The Police. That Do do do do song sends me over the f’n edge to this day.
I try to play the harmonica.
My most requested song is “Stop That”.

johnpowell's avatar

Punk in Drublic by NoFX

Less talk, More rock by Propagandhi

I have listened to both thousands of times. Still as good as when I was 15.

janbb's avatar

James Taylor “Never Die Young”
Mark Knopfler/Emmy Lou Harris “All the Road Running”

filmfann's avatar

Peter Gabriel “So”
Squirrel Nut Zippers “Hot”
The Beatles “Rubber Soul”

jca2's avatar

I don’t play any albums or tapes now, but back in the day, favorites were Van Halen (the first Van Halen album), Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the first Tom Petty album, and anything by The Cars or The Ramones. Add that that Ratt, Out of the Cellar.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Bitches Brew by Miles Davis

Super Session by Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Stephen Stills

They’re on CD’s now, had the albums way back. . . .

Inspired_2write's avatar

The Very Best Of Enya..(2009)... (I simply .Love her voice)

Enya: Watermark…(1988)

Sanctuary….........(1999). Ashmore & Willow Bolero A Spanish Collection.(Instrumental music)

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