Re: My 20 Favorite Albums of All-Time
Most of my favorites are a bit off the beaten path, but here goes.
1. Rich Mullins, The World as Best as I Remember It, Vol. 1
2. Alison Krauss & Union Station, the live album from about ten years ago
3. Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler, Neck and Neck.
4. Moving Cloud, Foxglove (traditional Irish)
5. Celtic Fiddle Festival
6. Handel's Messiah recorded by the Academy of Ancient Music, conducted by Christopher Hogwood. Best recording of that I've ever heard.
7. Ray Charles Genius. It's a collection.
8. Matt Molloy, Stony Steps
9. Russ Taff, Under Their Influence
10. Michael Card, Unveiled Hope