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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by 79olympicwhite, Aug 24, 2019.
Any of Jimi's three studio albums.
He sure wasn't and neither was Kurt Cobain.
Couldn’t agree more
Dire Straits- Alchemy
Of course it’s impossible to pick just one. But, backed into a corner by a dire wolf, I’d go with this:
Good lord, seriously ?? I gave this one a chance, honestly thinking it might have me eating my words, but I could barely make it through that insipid, monotonous,self-indulgent ****-racket.
No surprise Zappa thought The Shaggs' embarrassing tripe was brilliant, or that he named his children Dweezil and Moon Unit, LOL ! This clown is, and has always been, the very definition of the term 'flake' !
Three way tie
Derek and the Dominos - Layla and other Assorted Love Songs
The Allman Brothers Band at the Filmore East
Eagles - Hotel California
But just one?
Lest we forget...
Brainwashed by George Harrison...
Allman Bros Beginnings
Autoamerican by Blondie
For me, this has to be somewhere near the top.
Yet today is another day and so far today my favorite album is...
Glen Campbell’s Essentials
Lot of great tunes on this one.
Damn the Torpedoes - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Or
Guardrail - by Big Block (Kenny Tudrick, Nick Luccasian, Scott MacDonald and Joe Proper) https://www.facebook.com/Big-Block-270693129726430/
Exile on Main Street. Not a close call either...
Nope, can't do it.
Dwight Yoakam's first greatest hits album "Just Looking For A Hit" from 1989. It has all the right songs from his first 3 albums and I never tire of hearing any of them. I've lost count of how many times I've bought that album because I wore them out.
In his defense Cobain was a flake....who personally changed the course of pop music