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Old 06-02-2012, 05:46 AM
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Just sitting around pouting that it is too crappy to head out today threw on some music. BB King, Cook County Jail. Listening all the way through, not sure there is an album I like better. There is so much depth to the performance, it is just insane. Seeing it is a live performance as well...damn just good stuff.

What is your favorite album to listen to in it's entirety? Not your favorite because of an individual song.
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Old 06-02-2012, 06:09 AM
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Emotional Rescue, Gimme Shelter, Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, just to name a few.
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Little feat waiting for columbus
grateful dead movie soundtrack
10000 maniacs in my tribe
REM fables of the reconstruction
little village
Story of the clash vol 1
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This list could get pretty long. Just a few for now.
Led Zep Physical Graffiti
Stones Exile on Main Street.
Johnny Winter Captured Live.
Beatles Revolver.
Allman Brothers Fillmore East.
Hendrix Axis Bold As Love.
ZZ Top Tres Hombres.
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Originally Posted by Ghetto Lobster View Post
Emotional Rescue, Gimme Shelter, Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, just to name a few.
For sure "Gimme Shelter". I still have to remind myself "You can't always get what you want".

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Far too many to name, many have been named above. Boston's 1st album, Almost anything from Led Zep, many Stones albums, Pink Floyd, Dark side of the moon, The Wall, Wish you were here, I could go on for ever.
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The Band "Last Waltz"
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Pet Sounds
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:19 PM
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Be sure to check out any Tab Benoit songs.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:38 PM
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Old Rock:
Chris Rea - Road to Hell
Led Zepellin - Led Zepellin IV
Pink Floyd - The Wall
The Allman Brothers Band - Idlewild South
The Gratetful Dead - American Beauty

To the OP:
Saw BB King in 1973 in Minneapolis, he opened for Quicksilver Messenger Service. Absolutley overwheming performance. When he was done 1/2 the audience got up and left. There was no hope for the main act that night.
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Queensryche - Empire
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Talking Heads 77...but really too many to list.
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These are a few of my favorites that are good start to finish:

AC/DC - Back in Black

Boston - Boston

Boston - Don't Look Back
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Eddie Money = Life for the taking
Elton John = Madmann across the waters

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John Mayer Trio

While on the water

880 South = Effects of sunshine
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Led Zeppelin IV
Springsteen Born to Run
Dark Side of the Moon
Welcome to the Machine
B52's Wild Planet
The Cult Sonic Temple
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The 'Stones never released an album titled "gimee shelter". That track was first released on the album "Let it Bleed": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let_It_Bleed

That album, and Sticky Fingers are my two favorite works by the 'Stones.
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Lou Reed : Rock and Roll Animal

Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield : Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes 12/13/68

Two of my absolute favorites.
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Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield : Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes 12/13/68

was that Supersession ?



Fubar512 The 'Stones never released an album titled "gimee shelter". That track was first released on the album "Let it Bleed": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let_It_Bleed
Thank you, I was wondering if my memory was going (again)

That album, and Sticky Fingers are my two favorite works by the 'Stones.

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Old 06-05-2012, 10:02 AM
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Any "instant live" cd's from a Allman Brothers concert, Eat a Peach or LAFE
Govt Mule The Deepest End and any live Muletrack CD's
Derek Trucks Band Already Free (not Tedeschi Trucks Band)
Jaimoes Jasssz Band Renaissance Man
John Lee Hooker Face to Face
Levon Helm Dirt Farmer
North Mississippi Allstars Do It Like We Use Too
RL Burnside A Bothered Mine
Tommy Crain and the Crosstown Allstars Give it to Ya
Tommy Bolin Teaser or Private Eyes
The Word Word
Steve Miller Band Bingo
Donavan Frankenreiter Donavan Frankenreiter
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals This is Somewhere
Ivan Neville and Dumpstaphunk
Howlin Wolf The Howlin Wolf London Sessions
The Codetalkers Now
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Last Days of the Filmore.
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