What is the best album, start to finish? (TT 12)

Well, I’d like to welcome you aboard the Tone Taxi. Today, we’re zoning in on Tack headquarters. We’re headed that direction. We were just up Bridger Canyon. We’re coming back into town now.

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As you know by now, the Tone Taxi’s a place for stimulating musical discussion, which is exactly what Joel and I were doing as we were driving along. The question arose, what is the best album start to finish? I’ve got to be honest, picking out just one was difficult, so I’ve got quite a few. I’ve got The Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore East, Nirvana Unplugged in New York, Yankee Hotel Fox Trot by Wilco, and Tony Rice’s Church Street Blues. Those are all albums I can literally sit down, press play, and let the whole thing go. I love every song start to finish. It’s just an experience.

Now, I want to know what your top albums are, start to finish. I’m talking albums you press play, and just enjoy every musical second. Please leave a comment below, and let me know what your album is that is the best from start to finish. Thank you for riding in the Tone Taxi.


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    Gary L

    So many but a few of my favorites……Eagles – Hotel California and Hell freezes Over, David Gilmore – Live in Gdansk and Eric Clapton – Unplugged.

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    James C

    So Many…
    Creedence- Bayou Country
    Ween- White Pepper
    Led Zeppelin 3
    Big Star- #1 Record/Radio City
    Carl Perkins – Go Cat Go
    Johnny Cash – American Recordings
    Metallica – Master of Puppets
    Doors – Waiting for the Sun
    Van Halen – Mean Street
    And from a more recent band Ghost – Meliora

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    Insignificance by Jim O’Rourke. Nirvana Unplugged and without the unplugged sessions at MTV I probably wouldn’t be playing accoustic 🙂

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    Guns and Roses… Appetite for destruction

    Led Zeppelin.. Pretty much all.

    Two Gallants.. What the toll tells

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    Mark A

    There’s so many and I can’t pick a favorite. One that was not mentioned that I like is Alice In Chains unplugged. Ivory B mentioned The Cars – The Cars which is a great album. I actually did the tile work in Rick Ocasek’s sons home Adam Otcasek two years ago in Upper Arlington , Oh. That was interesting and my first time seeing an angry guy jump into his Audi sports car in his driveway and ram into his wife’s Audi SUV Later I saw him working at Lowes

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    Already Free – Derek Trucks Band

    Southern Rock Opera – Drive By Truckers

    Terrapin Station, Shakedownstreet, Cornell 5-8-77

    Mr. Hands – Herbie Hancock

    Radiohead – The Bends

    Out of Time – REM

    Stop Making Sense – Talking Heads

    Who Let The Dogs Out – Baha Men (Kidding)

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      Yes Garrett! You’re the only other person I’ve met who also thinks The Bends is the best Radiohead album. Everyone always goes for Okay Computer, which is obviously a masterpiece too, but I’ve always had the most adoration for The Bends!!

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    Val M

    Bruce Springsteen – Born in the USA- The Album that brought Basic ROCK back in 1984
    Elvis – 68 Session . then of course the 68 TV special and sound track that energized him as a mainstream performer.
    Bon Jovi – Blaze of Glory, Young Guns soundtrack. The first Great Southern Rock Album to come out at the time in 15 years.
    Eagles Greatest Hits- Biggest selling Album of the 20th Century
    John Fogerty – CENTERFIELD – Great comeback Album 1985 after his forced retirement

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      Val M

      oh and of course Clapton UNPLUGGED- Many believe this is what started the unplugged phenomenon, CLAPTON and his 00042 MARTIN!

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    Graceland -Paul Simon

    Light Fuse, Get Away! -Widespread Panic

    Deguello -ZZ-TOP

    Powerslave -Iron Maiden

    Trace – Son Volt

    AM – Wilco

    The Wall – Pink Floyd

    Dark Side – Pink Floyd

    Hemispheres – Rush

    Farewell to Kings – Rush

    2112 – Rush

    Aja – Steely Dan

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    Richard S

    My choices for beginning to end fabulousness must go to Chicago II, Cream Disraeli Gears and Simon and Garfunkle’s Greatest Hits because they have had too, too many hits to be held in one album. And I absolutely cannot overlook . . . . Jethro Tull Stand Up, and Minstrel in the Gallery. Both live and in the studio, I think Jethro Tull is my all time favorite band!

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    Jeff M

    John Denver Greatest Hits Vol 1
    Gordon Lightfoot ‘Gord’s Gold’
    Nanci Griffith ‘One Fair Summer Evening’
    Simon and Garfunkel Greatest Hits
    Jim Croce Greatest Hits

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    Ivor B

    Great question, hard to narrow it down
    David Bowie – the rise and fall of Ziggy stardust and the spiders from Mars
    David Bowie – Aladdin Sane
    The Police – Regatta de Blanc
    James Addiction – Ritual de Lo Habitual
    Midnight Oil – Place without a postcard
    The Cars – The Cars
    ………….that’ll do pig, that’ll do……………………but led Zeppelin …..pink floyd…..the stones……….Powderfinger……..Amy Winehouse……

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    Mark Y

    A lot to choose from:
    1. Rubber Soul – Beatles
    2. Pet Sounds – Beach Boys
    3. Led Zeppelin – Any of their 1st 5 albums
    4. Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
    5. Allman Bros, – Brothers and Sisters

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    There are some great ones in this list 🙂
    My current fav is allen toussaint – the bright mississippi

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    Reid S

    I have to add Neil Young – Live at Massey – IMHO, Mr. Young at his best

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    Roger L

    Creedance Clearwater Revival – Cosmo’s Factory
    Santana – Abraxas
    Led Zeppelin – I,II,III,&IV
    Beatles – Greatest Hits, Abby Road, White Album, Sgt Pepper
    Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers
    Moody Blues – On the Threshold of a Dream
    Leonard Cohen – Live at London
    Dire Straits – Brothers in Arms

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    Reid S

    Son Volt – Trace
    Little Feat – Waiting for Columbus
    David Gray – Lost Songs
    ABBA – Arrival (guilty pleasure…cannot deny its greatness)

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    Jon S

    Acoustic albums:
    1. Robert Johnson any and all.
    2. Paul Butterfield Blues Band ~ first album

    Some not acoustic here:
    1. The Clash ~ London Calling
    2. Rancid ~ And out come the wolves

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    Tony P Post author

    Amazing stuff everyone!!! Thank you for contributing and sharing your favorite complete albums!!! Keep them coming for sure, these are a blast to read through and you all are calling out some incredible albums here 🙂


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    Mel J

    Muddy Waters – Folk Singer
    Bob Marley – Exodus and Kaya
    Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bayou Country
    All Beatle’s albums
    and so many more….

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      And ya that’s Dave Grohl with his hair pulled back right above the question mark and Pat Smear with the red white and blue box on the main image.

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    Abbey Road – The Beatles
    Meddle – Pink Floyd
    On the Beach – Neil Young
    Soup – Blind Melon
    Grace – Jeff Buckley
    The Bends – Radiohead
    Mutations – Beck

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    Like everyone else, it constantly evolves. That being said, these are always on the list:

    Mark Knopfler – Golden Heart
    Chet Atkins – Solo Sessions
    Rush – 2112
    ZZ Top – just about any record
    Buster B Jones & Thom Bresh – Guts & Steel

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    Suzanne G

    Not an easy choice! I think, the older you are, the tougher it gets!
    First: Moody Blues ~ Question of Balance, To Our Children’s Children, On the Threshold of a Dream, Days of Future Past, In Search of the Lost Chord, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour; There are two others but not all of the songs are on the top of my list.
    The Stawbs ~ Grave New World, Bursting At The Seams; (Both bands are from the UK)
    Urubamba ~ This is the album title, and the name of the band that Paul Simon met while on tour. This band then recorded with Paul Simon, doing
    El Condor Pasa and Duncan. Urubamba then recorded their own album, Urubamba, which is music from the Andes. Amazing music!
    Simon & Garfunkel ~ Old Friends, which is a boxed set with three albums included.
    Gordon Lightfoot ~ Complete Greatest Hits;
    Gustav Holst ~ The Planets (If you listen to this, you might feel like you just took a cosmic trip!)
    I am just touching the surface, and there are so many more that I could list, but I might be here all day, and I’m sure I would lose everyone’s interest, if I haven’t already. (+:

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    Michael D

    Ricky Sgaggs–Waiting for the sun to shine
    Ricky Scaggs and Tony RIce–Skaggs and Rice
    Supertramp–Crime of the Century and Even in the Quietest Moments
    Almost anything from Neil Young
    …too many to list in too many genres

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      Michael D

      after further consideration–
      The Tragically Hip–Road Apples, Up to Here, and Live Between us
      James Taylor –Live (1983?)
      Styx–Paradise Theatre
      Shawn Colvin–A Few Small Repairs

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    Don M

    I have so many in so many genres, but if I have to pick just one that I always want to listen from start to finish is St. Pepper.

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    Duane W

    These are some of the ones that continually float to the top of my list depending on mood:
    Pink Floyd — Dark Side of the Moon
    Joni Mitchel — For The Roses
    Ian Tyson — Eighteen Inches of Rain
    Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin, and Paco de Lucía — Passion Grace and Fire
    The Who — Live At Leeds (original vinyl LP – NOT the bonus remix CD)
    John Stewart — Cannons In The Rain

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      Bradley A

      I had Passion Grace and Fire years ago, might have to look that one up again…just recently rediscovered Elegant Gypsy by Al DiMeola…I listened that one over and over again back in the day…

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    Michael M

    Could not believe my eyes. Saw your question and clicked on and saw the Live At Fillmore East/Allman Bros cover. That is what immediately came to mind upon reading the question. Tremendous album; also like;

    4 Way Street- CSN&Y
    Served Live- Asleep at the Wheel
    After the Goldrush- Neil Young
    Harvest Moon – Neil Young
    Cecelio & Capono- Cecelio & Capono
    Retrospective- Buffalo Springfield
    Captured Angel- Dan Fogelberg

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    1. Duane Allman & Eric Clapton 1970 – Studio Jams 1 thu 6 — God smiled and the Angels sang!
    2. The Best of Muddy Waters
    3. Led Zepplin IV
    4. White Album
    5. Where the light is John Mayer
    6. Anything from Big Bill Broonzy

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    Tim M

    BB King – Live at the Regal

    Neil Young – Harvest

    Nick Drake – Pink Moon

    The Beatles – Rubber Soul

    John Martyn – Solid Air

    Pink Floyd – Meddle

    Pink Floyd – Darkside of the moon

    Hooker & Heat (John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat)

    Allman Brothers – Live at Fillmore East

    Avett Brothers – The Gleam (1 and 2)

    Richard Hawley – Coles Corner

    Buddy Millers – The Majestic Silver Strings

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      Gord B

      Hi Tony. Great ??
      Neil Young -harvest
      Neil Young-harvest moon
      Neil Young -After the Gold Rush
      Eric Clapton – Unplugged
      Jackson Brown-running on Empty
      Van Morrison – Moondance
      Beach Boys – pet sounds
      Glen Cambell-Wichita lineman
      -Crosby Stills Nash
      Wow too many great albums to just pick just one & too many left to mention:)
      Fun for sure!!

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    Gary K

    Dance the Devil- The Frames
    Trout Mask Replica- Captain Beefheart
    Ella and Louis- Fitzgerald and Armstrong
    A Common Case of Disappearing- Amber Rubarth

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    Kevin N

    The Yes Album, the first cassette I ever bought, my ticket out of the kiddie pool, I guess
    Bridge over Troubled Water
    I probably have every measure of the White Album, embedded in my DNA
    Cat Stevens, Tea for the Tillerman
    Welcome Back, My Friends, to the Show That Never Ends… Ladies and Gentlemen, Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1974 live album)

    Vital assorted alsos, Steely Dan, Robben Ford, Jethro Tull, Chicago, Pink Floyd, James Taylor, CSN &(Y), George Harrison, Seals & Crofts

    This may be way off topic , but…
    Do not leave this earth, without seeing a Drum Corps show, a very visceral experience,
    I toured up and down the east coast, a few summers, back in the 70’s,
    heres a nice example:

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    Marc D

    i don’t know how one must judge the quality of music, but for me is every song on these records a memory of my life; (good and sad)
    Déja vu – CSN and Y
    The Nitty Gritty Dirt band – Will the circle be unbroken
    Bob Dylan – Nashville Skyline

    Marc D from Belgium

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    Here’s one NOBODY’s ever heard of that I’ve always loved playing, start to finish … “Fulton Fish Market” by James Late!

    I actually know Jim. He’s the ‘older brother’ and I’ve always considered him to be a musical genius but in a strange way? Kind of schizophrenic in that he is actually more than one musical genius if that makes any sense? Not only is he a masterful musician on several instruments but he also sings in several unique voices that you would swear were completely different people! I’m not talking accents, either. It’s much more subtle than that. Back in the late 60’s and early 70’s he’d record on a Teac 4 track reel to reel and overdub all of the various parts by himself resulting in albums with ‘many’ instruments and ‘many’ musicians that were actually all, Jim. He’d even create ‘live’ sounding background noise so it would sound as if it was in a pub! It was never commercial and always the creation of love but this one album did get published! Years later I found a copy for sale in the Netherlands. I don’t know how many were pressed but they are like finding hen’s teeth.

    Jim plays a masterful guitar and worked, for years, in the family owned, Fulton Fish market. It was a somewhat shady area in NYC with a lot of ‘serious’ characters that hung around there. Jim wrote ballads about the most colorful of them for this work. The album cover is the “hook or claw” that he’d use to carry those 150 lb. crates of fish packed in ice. I’ve been there and it is a very tough area!

    Like Tony, I couldn’t only pick one album so, my other two picks are Jim Croce’s 1973, Live and Times album and John Denver’s, 1973, Greatest Hits.

    Both Jim Croce and John Denver died tragically too soon! They are missed by me! At least Jim Lategano (aka James Late) is still with us, working as one of the famous ‘singing waiters’ in an infamous Italian restaurant in NYC.

    Happy Tunes!

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    Leon Russel-Carney.
    Ted Hawkins-Watch Your Step. An unknown street musician who made a couple of cd’s before his untimely death at 58. He has a wonderful raspy voice and plays acoustic guitar.

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    Melisa R

    What a great question! I do hope I’m allowed to be VERY general with this one!

    David Bowie, Changes
    Pat Benatar, Greatest Hits (to satisfy my inner 80s geek)
    Tony Polecastro, Hog’s back
    Lightnin’ Hopkins, MJ Hurt, and BB King – any CD they made at ALL!

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      Melisa R

      I forgot! BB King – LIVE AT THE REGAL. Oh my, one of the best live blues albums ever, in my humble opinion!

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        Melisa R

        Damn, if I didn’t forget another (so much good music out there!).

        The Vince Guaraldi Trio, A Boy Named Charlie Brown & A Charlie Brown Christmas. Some of the best Jazz you’ll ever hear.

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    Daniel H

    IF…. I had to pick just one it would have to be :

    Ian Tyson – Live at Longhorn

    Ian Tyson has many great songs, some which are on this album, but what stands out in this album is his silky smooth voice, incredible acoustic guitar licks from his musicians, and the joy that he expresses in his interaction with the audience through stories and songs. Ian lost his voice to surgery some years back but he is now back in the saddle with a new voice and some new songs. A true legend in folk and country music.

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    Dom T

    WOW! What a question! I have several. Progressive Rock was story telling at it’s best. Emerson, Lake and Palmer’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd at MINIMUM. Yes’s YES, Fragile, Close To The Edge.
    The Beatle’s Abbey Road….definitely, almost goes without saying. NEVER have that on shuffle or have a DJ play ONE song especially from side two, or it will start a revolution.
    TOMMY by The WHO, fits that bill to as perhaps the 1st Rock Opera. Pink Floyd for gosh sakes! Dark Side, Wish You Were Here……..
    King Crimson Court of the Crimson King……………
    James Taylor Sweet baby James…………….
    P.S. I could listen to Alison Krauss all……day…..long…….

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    Rich C

    I see a lot of great albums here, and there are so many to choose from, but I am really surprised nobody has mentioned Radiohead: OK Computer, Nirvana: Nevermind, Tom Waits: Closing Time, Rush: Moving Pictures, U2: Joshua Tree, Eagles: Hotel California. I could go on and on…

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    Jeff K

    Wow. I’ll try to limit my choices:

    The Band – Music from Big Pink
    Van Morrison – Tupelo Honey
    Grateful Dead – American Beauty
    Neko Case – Middle Cyclone
    Aimee Mann – Bachelor No. 2
    Bob Dylan – Blood on the Tracks
    Bruce Springsteen – The Wild, the Innocent, & The E Street Shuffle
    Morphine – Cure for Pain
    Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    Neil Young – Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
    Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon
    Radiohead – OK Computer
    Spoon – Gimme Fiction

    Yeah … so much for limiting.

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    pog s

    bruce springsteen-greetings from asbury park

    squirrel nut zippers- the inevitable squirrel nut zs

    tom waits- alice
    “- many others too.

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    Robert G

    Jefferson Airplane – Surrealistic Pillow … 1st LP I ever owned and made an impression so many decades ago.

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    David C

    KISS Alive!
    Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti
    Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast
    My Chemical Romance – The Black Parade
    Stone Temple Pilots – Core
    Jeff Beck – Live and Exclusive From The Grammy Museum

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    Many great LP’s came out of the 1960’s . To me a album is a round vinyl disc and my favorites
    1. Rubber Soul
    2. Abbey Road

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    Metallica – Metallica
    Eric Clapton – MTV Unplugged
    Tommy Emmanuel – Never Too Late
    Sepultura – Arise
    Cypress Hill – Black Sunday
    Sam Cooke – Portrait of a legend
    The Prodigy – The Fat of the Land

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    Eve D

    -Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, and Chris Thile The Goat Rodeo Sessions

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      Jimmy C

      Double yes. I just discovered this one a few weeks ago. The fact that four brilliant musicians, who are arguably the greatest players in the world on their respective instruments, can come together and create such beautiful music and not have their egos get in the way… just fantastic.

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    George G

    Guess Who – Live at the Paramount
    Aside from Gary Peterson’s awesome drum solo on the entire side of the album’s live presentation of American Woman the guitar work and vocals are radically cutting edge. This was a Canadian Group in Washington in 1972.
    On vinyl of course.

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    scott w

    Gotta be Guided by Voices ~ Bee Thousand. It’s like the Beatles long lost tapes, but much more DIY and edgy.

    Also love “Revolver”!

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    Bart H

    My favourites:
    Sgt Pepper – The Beatles
    Rubber Soul – The Beatles
    Déjà vu – CSNY

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    Harald B

    Van Morrison – a Night in San Francisco
    Jackson Brown – Solo Acoustic Live

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    Jim C

    When I was in 3rd grade (1976), the first 2 albums (vinyl) I ever bought were: Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Moon and
    Aerosmith – Toys in the Attic. To those I would add: Earl Klugh – Life Stories and Alison Krauss – Now That I’ve Found You as the best 4 albums start to finish.

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    Late for the Sky, Jackson Browne
    Born to Run, Springsteen
    Abbey Road or Sgt. Peppers tie for me

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    Emma S

    I have these albums on loop when I’m at work: Led Zeppelin I, AC/DC ‘Powerage’, The War On Drugs ‘Lost In A Dream’

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    James M. M

    The Who Quadrophenia. A master piece from start to finish that requires listening from start to finish.

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    Skip A

    So many good ones … John Fahey – Fahey, Kottke, Lang; Dire Straits – Brothers in Arms; Jim Croce – I Got a Name and of course The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – Will The
    Circle Be Unbroken (album 1.) Can’t wait to fire up some of the suggestions above.

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    Irish Tour (album) by Rory Gallagher. Gallagher is in my not too humble opinion the most underrated guitarist ever. This is a live-blues album, but Gallagher could also play beautiful acoustic guitar on his Martin HD 35 and amazing slide on his 1930s era National Steel Guitar. He also incorporated the mandolin is every live performance. Check out Ghost Blues–The Story of Rory Gallagher (https://youtu.be/1RVZ15JeBSM).

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    leslie c

    Joni Mitchel, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Crosby Still, Nash and Young, Live at Leeds the Who
    Thin Lizzy, Rory Galaghar ,The Beatles, Many many albums, none favourite depends on my mood at
    any one time.

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      I’ve been reading his book “Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink” over the past few weeks and discovering this album….”Watching the Detectives” has been stuck in my head for about three days now!

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    Bruce B

    So many: Mud Slide Slim by James Taylor; Abbey Road; Sgt. Pepper (none of ’em suck imo!); Eagles; The White Album;

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    Ray W

    Hmmmm, lessee….Alison Krauss – Now That I’ve Found You. Keb’ Mo’ – Keb’ Mo’. Jimmy Buffett – Fruitcakes. Eric Clapton – Unplugged.

    Can’t do just one.

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    Patt T

    I have Nirvana ,Unplugged in New York, That is a great one, I think his best one

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    Patt T

    Pearljam , Rearviewmirror, the disc with Black first song. U2, , All that you cant leave behind,,,,Lynyrd Skynyrd,,,Icon

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    James H

    First one that came to me was ZZ Top/Tres Hombres.Ted Nugent And The Amboy Dukes Tooth,Fang,And Claw is also stout the whole way.
    Not a album,but the Jimmy Martin And The Sunny Mountain Boys boxed CD set of his whole career is a great listen.The first artist that got me interested in the Bluegrass genre in the early 90’s.

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    Dave H

    There are lots, but the very best is Abbey Road. Some would argue Sgt Pepper, but sorry Within You Without You kind of sucks.

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      I’m with you, Dave. Abbey Road is my favorite Beatles album, and I think it flows the smoothest from start to finish, and makes you feel like shedding a tear at the very end. It’s a killer experience.

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    DeeDee L

    Off the top of my head. Gosh there are many…..
    3 Doors Down Better Life; The Who Who’s Next; The Bridger Creek Boys Benevolence Street; Tony Polecastro Driftwood and Hogs Back. The Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore East is a good one. The Rolling Stones Let it Bleed.

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    Gerry S

    AC/DC Back in Black, Rush 2112, Zep #IV, GnR Appetite for Destruction, Foghat Live, Joe Bonamassa Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House, Seether One Cold Night, etc

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