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Tykeoldboy
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........and as for a Compilation Album. Try and dig this one out from 1968..... it's a classic.

ROCK MACHINE I LOVE YOU featuring amongst others...

Grace Slick, Blood Sweat and Tears, Simon and Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen, Taj Mahal, John Simon, Don Ellis and Orchestra, The Byrds, Laura Nyro, Big Brother and the Holding Company and not forgetting JS BACH !!!!!

You don't get much more eclectic than this piece of vinyl Cool


I had never heard of this album until now so I did a search for it. It appears that whoever put this album together randomly selected tracks using the blindfold and pin method. I don't know of any other compilation album that contains such a mix of genres so I'll check out this album myself as there are quite a few tracks I haven't heard before or versions I've not heard.



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Sampler albums - even if some of the tracks on them were dire - were a great thing - and I might even go so far as saying that's why the 60s/70s music-listening scene was superior to what we have now.

In that now you have algorithms that say "if you like X we think you'll like Y"...but ultimately that's based on previous listening history.

But with a sampler, unless you were totally driven to distraction and got up to pick the stylus off the vinyl, you had to listen to say Deep Purple followed by the Mike Sammes Singers..and who knows, fans of one might suddenly find new musical horizons in the other.

To keep in the spirit of the thread, a list of 10 favourite 'singer/songwriter' LPs.

In no order...

'Bringin' it all Back Home' : Bob Dylan
'Blue' : Joni Mitchell
'Madcap Laughs' : Syd Barrett
'Zero She Flies' : Al Stewart
'A King at Nightfall' : Pete Atkin
'Christmas and the beads of Sweat' : Laura Nyro
'Imagine' : John Lennon
'Into the Purple Valley' : Ry Cooder
'North Star Grassman and the Raven' : Sandy Denny

Appreciate the last two are interpreters as much as songwriters.

And as I've referred to earlier, almost anything by Mike Nesmith or Nick Drake.

Guess that makes me a child of the late 60's.....


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Of course there was always these...if you couldn't afford the real thing!








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Sampler albums - even if some of the tracks on them were dire - were a great thing - and I might even go so far as saying that's why the 60s/70s music-listening scene was superior to what we have now.

In that now you have algorithms that say "if you like X we think you'll like Y"...but ultimately that's based on previous listening history.

But with a sampler, unless you were totally driven to distraction and got up to pick the stylus off the vinyl, you had to listen to say Deep Purple followed by the Mike Sammes Singers..and who knows, fans of one might suddenly find new musical horizons in the other.

To keep in the spirit of the thread, a list of 10 favourite 'singer/songwriter' LPs.

In no order...

'Bringin' it all Back Home' : Bob Dylan
'Blue' : Joni Mitchell
'Madcap Laughs' : Syd Barrett
'Zero She Flies' : Al Stewart
'A King at Nightfall' : Pete Atkin
'Christmas and the beads of Sweat' : Laura Nyro
'Imagine' : John Lennon
'Into the Purple Valley' : Ry Cooder
'North Star Grassman and the Raven' : Sandy Denny

Appreciate the last two are interpreters as much as songwriters.

And as I've referred to earlier, almost anything by Mike Nesmith or Nick Drake.

Guess that makes me a child of the late 60's.....


I've just listened to some of the tracks on Rock Machine I Love You, and picked up some artists that I hadn't heard before and some i never want to hear again.



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broodleyhoo
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You've captured the joy of samplers in one!

Which ones were the 'never agains' for you?

Intrigued what you'll have made of the United States of America track.


Tykeoldboy
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You've captured the joy of samplers in one!

Which ones were the 'never agains' for you?

Intrigued what you'll have made of the United States of America track.


My Name is Jack is John Simon is 3 minutes of my life I won't get back and I wasn't keen on Time by Dino Valenti.

Intrigued what you'll have made of the United States of America track? If you mean the Simon & Garfunkel track then i already have this track in my collection.



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Don't often contribute to non-footballing threads but I'll make an exception as I have ten minutes to kill. not in any particular order and limiting myself to one per artist here's a dozen, subject to change on a daily basis.....

Guns n Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Rush - 2112
AC/DC - Back in Black
Evanescence - Fallen
Green Day - American Idiot
Oasis - Morning Glory
Dio - Holy Diver
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Tubeway Army - Tubeway Army
Nirvana - Nevermind
Foo Fighters - Greatest hits (I know GH albums are a cheat)
The Smiths - The Queen is Dead



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Rule 1 - There are no rules
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Showing my age now - I never tire of
Desire - Bob Dylan
Nebraska Tapes - Bruce Springsteen
Quadrophenia - The Who
Chicken Skin Music - Ry Cooder
Astral Weeks - Van Morrison
Western Wall - Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris
Late For The Sky - Jackson Browne
My Feet Are Smiling - Leo Kottke
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road -Lucinda Williams
Exile on Main Street - The Rolling Stones
and for compilations
I'll Sleep When I Die - Warren Zevon
Watching the Dark - Richard Thompson
Great Days - John Prine
The Autumn Stone - Small Faces


broodleyhoo
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Apologies : I was thinking of a different sampler from the same era, which had a strange track from a group calling themselves "United States of America".

Dino Valenti was the lead singer of the then legendary Quicksilver Messenger Service, so I guess got a solo album off that fame - a bit like Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane.


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After much deliberation Crazy

Kate Bush - The Dreaming
Pet Shop Boys - Very
Associates - Perhaps
DAF : Gold und Liebe
The Human League - Secrets
Abba - Super Trouper
Tanzmuzik : Sinsekai
The Orb : Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld
The Aphex Twin : Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Kraftwerk : Trans Europe Express
Moloko : I Am Not A Doctor
Aqua Regia : The Age of Aqueous


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The Verve- A Northern Soul
Love- Forever Changes
Spiritualized-Lazer Guided Melodies
Television-Marquee Moon
Pink Floyd-Meddle
Neil Young-On The Beach
Dandy Warhols-Come Down
Velvet Underground-Self titled 3rd album
Ride-Going Blank Again
The Charlatans-Upto Our Hips




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Like others, limiting my top 10 to one album per artist:

Tina Arena - In Deep
Laura Critchley - Sometimes I
Delta Goodrem - Delta
The Alarm - Declaration
Oasis - What's the Story Morning Glory
The Quireboys - A Bit of What You Fancy
Keane - Hopes and Fears
Emilia Mitiku - I Belong to You
Stereophonics - Performance and Cocktails
Mansun - Little Kix


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Paul Gambaccini has just revealed the Top 40 best selling albums of all time.

Needless to say none of them made my top 10/12!

James Blunt made the list but David Bowie didn't.....Crazy


http://www.bbc.co.uk/...k_music&ns_fee=0


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Paul Gambaccini has just revealed the Top 40 best selling albums of all time.

Needless to say none of them made my top 10/12!

James Blunt made the list but David Bowie didn't.....Crazy


http://www.bbc.co.uk/...k_music&ns_fee=0


3 Albums I'm surprised are not on the list, unless compilations weren't included, are Queen's Greatest Hits (the original), ABBA Gold and Carpenters The Singles 1969 - 1973. These are 3 albums that everyone seems to have or had or you know someone with at least one of the albums.



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Paul Gambaccini has just revealed the Top 40 best selling albums of all time.

Needless to say none of them made my top 10/12!

James Blunt made the list but David Bowie didn't.....Crazy


http://www.bbc.co.uk/...k_music&ns_fee=0


3 Albums I'm surprised are not on the list, unless compilations weren't included, are Queen's Greatest Hits (the original), ABBA Gold and Carpenters The Singles 1969 - 1973. These are 3 albums that everyone seems to have or had or you know someone with at least one of the albums.


That's because the program wasn't "the Top 40 best selling albums of all time" but theT Top 40 best selling studio albums of all time, thus excluding compilations.


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3 Albums I'm surprised are not on the list, unless compilations weren't included, are Queen's Greatest Hits (the original), ABBA Gold and Carpenters The Singles 1969 - 1973. These are 3 albums that everyone seems to have or had or you know someone with at least one of the albums.


The Carpenters? Christ!

If only she'd used the spoons more conventionally........


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3 Albums I'm surprised are not on the list, unless compilations weren't included, are Queen's Greatest Hits (the original), ABBA Gold and Carpenters The Singles 1969 - 1973. These are 3 albums that everyone seems to have or had or you know someone with at least one of the albums.


The Carpenters? Christ!

If only she'd used the spoons more conventionally........


I was going to mention The Sound of Music which was a UK number 1 for about 300 years but that is a soundtrack and also falls outside the criteria for studio albums.



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Although I've been around a longish time I like to think I've moved a bit with the times a bit. No Steely Dan, no Floyd, no Oldfield but all of these are damn fine.

In no particular order ( but 1 per artist)
A Trick Of The Tail - Genesis
The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths
Music for The Jilted Generation - The Prodigy
Space Ritual - Hawkwind
Inni - Sigur Ros
Nevermind - Nirvana
It's Alive - The Ramones
Rust Never Sleeps - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
New Boots And Panties - Ian Dury
Graceland - Paul Simon


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