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  posted on 7/17/2005 at 11:06 PM
what are some albums that you love that you'd reccomend to others?
They don't necessarily have to be ABB/ABB family related albums either.

Here are some of my choices.
Bone Machine/Mule Variations/Heartattack and Vine-Tom Waits
L.A. Woman-The Doors
Spotlight Kid/Clear Spot-Capt. Beefheart
Hot Rats/Weasels ripped my flesh-Zappa
Dead city radio-William S. Burroughs

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 12:19 AM
hmmm. It would depend on what they liked. Just general recomendations or something that maybe they haven't heard. Derek Trucks is one of my favorite bands to turn people onto. The not so generic stuff, that actually acquires skillful musicians to play, is another story

Southern Harmony and Musical Companion-The Black Crowes
Deja Voodoo-Gov't Mule
Kind Of Blue-Miles Davis
In Step-Stevie Ray Vaughn
Derek Trucks Band-Self Titled debut
King Of The Blues Guitar-Albert King
Spirit-Willie Nelson
Miss Fortune-Allison Moorer
Cross Canadien Ragweed-Self titled (purple)

I'll stop there

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 12:59 AM
All the usual ones get named.

Sam Brown - April Moon

Very strong album from start to finish and it flies under the radar because most will never hear it. Dave Gilmour is on a track. Hard to define the music type which makes it interesting all on its own. On the mellower side but amazing vocals and lyrics. Many of the "older" British musicians have tons of respect for Sam Brown and she has worked on many albums and projects.

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 07:32 AM
George Harrisons All Things Must Pass

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 07:45 AM
Bitches Brew & In A Silent Way - Miles Davis
The Sky Is Crying - Stevie Ray Vaughan (the definitive "Little Wing")
Axis: Bold As Love - Jimi Hendrix
Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 07:56 AM
Concert For George
Who Else - Jeff Beck


These two come to mind immediately

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 08:02 AM
Lake Shore Drive-Aliotta, Haynes & Jeremiah
Broken Arrow-Neil Young
The Wind-Warren Zevon


These are 3 that come to mind for me......

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 08:17 AM
Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street

Need this one!

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 08:24 AM
Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
Stolen Moments - Alison Brown
Sapphire Blue, Deep Into It - Larry Carlton
A Man and the Blues - Buddy Guy
Years Gone By - Albert King
Otis Blues: Otis Redding Sings Soul - Otis Redding
The Best of Sam & Dave [Atlantic] - Sam & Dave
The Best of The Staple Singers [Stax] - The Staple Singers
Tightening Up: Best of Archie Bell & The Drells - Archie Bell & The Drells
The Ultimate Collection - Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
20 All Time Greatest Hits, Live at the Apollo - James Brown
Live at the Regal, Live in Cook County Jail, Live and Well - B.B. King
Texas Cannonball, Live at the Electric Ball Room, Woman Across The River, Getting Ready - Freddie King
The Complete Recordings - Robert Johnson
Live at Fillmore East, East a Peach, One Way Out, American University, Idlewild South, Hittin' The Note - The Allman Brothers Band
Joyful Noise, Soul Serenade - The Derek Trucks Band
Deja Voodoo, The Deep End Vol. 1, The Deep End Vol. 2 - Gov't Mule


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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 08:29 AM
Mark Knopfler-Local Hero Soundtrack
Roy Buchanan-Second Album AND You're Not Alone
UFO-Phenomenon
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown-Blackjack
Tommy Bolin-Teaser
Renaissance-Prologue
Albert King-Live (on Tomato records)

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 08:37 AM
Mystery Road Drivin' n' Cryin'

Five Man Acoustical Jam Tesla

Gov't Mule Self Titled

Blues Traveler Traveler's and Theive's Spelling??

Warren Haynes Live at Bonaroo

Van Morrison Moondance

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 09:03 AM
I'll keep it short........how many records I could name, but doubt any as good as these:
Lucinda Williams: "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road", truly one of the great records of the last 10 years. An uplifting, spirited, emotional record that can lift you if you're down and make you soar if you're already up.
Steve Earle: "El Corazon". Earle, like Williams, gets down to the core of emotional essence; everything I said about Williams record is true for this one. That's why he named it El Corazon ("The Heart" in Spanish). A mind-boggling assortment of styles and songwriting, contains great ballads, some blues/rock, some straight rock 'n' roll, even a straight-ahead bluegrass tune. "Ft. Worth Blues" is a touching tribute to Earle's influential but also self-destructive Nashville songwriting mentor, the late Townes Van Zandt.
I can't think of anything released over the last ten years that touches these two records by two of the greater writers out there.

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 09:10 AM
All great choices, however The Beatles White Album and The Brothers LATFE came to mind first. Trorrer, we have to meet! lol. Some sweet Soul music there!

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 10:42 AM
'Late for the Sky' ---------------------------Jackson Brown



'You're Never Alone With A Schizophrenic' --------Ian Hunter



'Amused To Death'-----------Roger Waters





 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 10:51 AM
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All the usual ones get named.

Sam Brown - April Moon

Very strong album from start to finish and it flies under the radar because most will never hear it. Dave Gilmour is on a track. Hard to define the music type which makes it interesting all on its own. On the mellower side but amazing vocals and lyrics. Many of the "older" British musicians have tons of respect for Sam Brown and she has worked on many albums and projects.


Coming home from Greece, There was a track from her called "Stop"....Had never heard of her before but the song was awesome.....
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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:02 AM
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All the usual ones get named.

Sam Brown - April Moon

Very strong album from start to finish and it flies under the radar because most will never hear it. Dave Gilmour is on a track. Hard to define the music type which makes it interesting all on its own. On the mellower side but amazing vocals and lyrics. Many of the "older" British musicians have tons of respect for Sam Brown and she has worked on many albums and projects.



Coming home from Greece, There was a track from her called "Stop"....Had never heard of her before but the song was awesome.....
JS


That song was a little more commercial but still great. If you liked that you will love April Moon.

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:04 AM
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I'll keep it short........how many records I could name, but doubt any as good as these:
Lucinda Williams: "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road", truly one of the great records of the last 10 years. An uplifting, spirited, emotional record that can lift you if you're down and make you soar if you're already up.
Steve Earle: "El Corazon". Earle, like Williams, gets down to the core of emotional essence; everything I said about Williams record is true for this one. That's why he named it El Corazon ("The Heart" in Spanish). A mind-boggling assortment of styles and songwriting, contains great ballads, some blues/rock, some straight rock 'n' roll, even a straight-ahead bluegrass tune. "Ft. Worth Blues" is a touching tribute to Earle's influential but also self-destructive Nashville songwriting mentor, the late Townes Van Zandt.
I can't think of anything released over the last ten years that touches these two records by two of the greater writers out there.


Both great choices. I would add "I Feel Alright" by Earle with those two. I personally prefer it over El Corazon. But both are awesome releases. I think they go together nicely.

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:04 AM
check out "3" by last generation.
http://cdbaby.com/cd/lastgeneration

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:07 AM
Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
Duh..... lol. I recomend that album with every post I make!!

My Favorite Things - John Coltrane

Anything by Stevie Ray Vaughan

Derek and the Dominos Live at the Fillmore (I know that album has received mixed reviews, but I love it nonetheless)

It Still Moves - My Morning Jacket

Thickfreakness - Black Keys (All of you MUST check out this album!!)

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:28 AM
Bridge Of Sighs--Robin Trower
Astral Weeks--Van Morrison
All Things Must Pass--George Harrison
Europe 72--Grateful Dead
Robert Johnson collected works box set
Best of Sandy Denny
Elegant Gypsy--Al Di Meola
Live Bullet--Bob Segar, also Back In 72
Every James McMurtry album, especially Too Long In The Wasteland
Every Rory Gallagher album

and just because,
My Sportin Life --John Kay

[Edited on 7/18/2005 by TanDan]

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:29 AM
Santana-Caravanserai!!!!

 

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Mark Knopfler-Local Hero Soundtrack
Roy Buchanan-Second Album AND You're Not Alone
UFO-Phenomenon
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown-Blackjack
Tommy Bolin-Teaser
Renaissance-Prologue
Albert King-Live (on Tomato records)



I want to go to Ozzy's house. He has my vote for the coolest titles.

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 11:51 AM
Anything by Eleni Mandell ...
Los Super Seven - Heard it on the X
Anything by Rory Gallagher
Anything Gram Parsons touched
Anything by X
Anything by Los Lobos, The Blasters or Dave Alvin

etc

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 12:00 PM
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Bridge Of Sighs--Robin Trower
Astral Weeks--Van Morrison
All Things Must Pass--George Harrison
Europe 72--Grateful Dead
Robert Johnson collected works box set
Best of Sandy Denny
Elegant Gypsy--Al Di Meola
Live Bullet--Bob Segar, also Back In 72
Every James McMurtry album, especially Too Long In The Wasteland
Every Rory Gallagher album

and just because,
My Sportin Life --John Kay

[Edited on 7/18/2005 by TanDan]


James McMurtry......A close buddy of mine just passed along a copy of one of his songs pertaining to the war. Might see him in Portland, Maine in early August. I've heard he's a great guitarist as well as songwriter. Nice to see someone else agrees. Have you ever seen him live, TanDan? If so, what can I expect?

[Edited on 7/18/2005 by Chain]

 

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  posted on 7/18/2005 at 12:35 PM
Miles Davis- Kind of Blue, In A Silent Way
Coltrane- A Love Supreme
Keith Jarrett- Koln Concert (grows on me with every listen!)
ABB- LAFE
Chris Potter- Unspoken
John Scofield- That's What I Say: JS Plays the Music of Ray Charles
Many more.

 
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