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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    Any album? This, and it's not a particularly difficult decision:

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

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    What kind of youngín music is this
    The best kind!
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    Re: ONE ALBUM

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    Michael Jackson's Thriller I'll say at the moment

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    At this moment either Dire Straits first album Dire Straits or Todd Snider's East Nashville Skyline
    I've been to dinner at Jimmy Buffet's house, and I've eaten it at a homeless shelter. And there's great joy and harrowing terror to be found in both places.
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    Re: ONE ALBUM

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    Excellent pick. Lamb Lies Down on Broadway would be a good one in the same vein to be stuck on an island with, too.

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    I think I would go Who’s Next by The Who, Radiohead The Bends, Tom Petty Wildflowers or the White Album.
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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Any album? This, and it's not a particularly difficult decision:

    Bon Jovi's first hit!

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    "Wish You Were Here"
    "One problem with people who have no vices is that they're pretty sure to have some annoying virtues."

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    Counting them down to #1

    6. Electric Ladyland - Jimi Hendrix - Iíd like to rate this higher but there is a lot of dreck on here. But itís best is best.
    5. The Cry of Love/First Rays of the New Rising Sun - Jimi Hendrix - very underrated and it still sounds fresh to me. Itís tragically stupid he died. I would have loved to see where he went next.
    4. London Calling - The Clash - after punk and before drugs and success got the better of them. Brilliant.
    3. B*tches Brew - Miles Davis - every time I listen to this (and thatís a lot), I hear something new.
    2. Layla and other assorted love songs. - Eric Clapton - before Clapton became a cliche and in it for the money. And Duane Allman drove him like nobody ever did before or since.
    1. Live At The Fillmore East - The Allman Brothers Band - this is still a regular on my playlist. Guitar music at its best. ABB with Duane was brilliant.
    If Little Martha were on Filmore East I might choose that album. I'd probably be happy with any of these, to be honest. Also, right now I can hear CSN&Y coming from the basement and am reminded there is so much great music from the late 60s we could put on this list.
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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    If it's an island, I'd have to go with Bob Marley's "Legend" compilation. Nothing more peaceful and serene than that.

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    Re: ONE ALBUM

    Mine would be my favorite, but lesser known artists:

    Ray LaMontagne - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise
    Amos Lee - Mission Bell
    Ryan Montbleau - Heavy on the Vine

    For more mainstream it would have to be Rubber Soul or Let it Be by the Beatles or Live at Leeds by the Who (father in law turned my onto this album last year).
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    Re: ONE ALBUM

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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    I pondered both those as my choice as well and would be happy with either
    AS have I
    I've been to dinner at Jimmy Buffet's house, and I've eaten it at a homeless shelter. And there's great joy and harrowing terror to be found in both places.
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