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What is your favorite album of all time?

Wound_Up

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Easy, Peasy


The Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East

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I even have a pink label, first pressing vinyl album that my Dad bought in '71, the day it was released. Yep. You could call that my holy grail album.
 

Doc Sausage

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Lots of great albums. I originally said Frampton Comes Alive, which I stand by but...for sentimental reasons as well, (not that I don’t still love it) Jimi Hendrix’s Rainbow Bridge is right there too.
Yeah, I know it’s a label compilation, but still a fave.
 

dscottyg

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With the Beatles (AKA Meet the Beatles) and The White Album. Opposite ends of the spectrum, but both so great.
 

EpiLP1985

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Easy, Peasy


The Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East

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I even have a pink label, first pressing vinyl album that my Dad bought in '71, the day it was released. Yep. You could call that my holy grail album.

It would be a fight to the death between At Fillmore East and Truth by the Jeff Beck Group.

Pound for pound, I’d be hard pressed to tell which album is more consistently stimulating, innovative and endless compelling.
 
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Jollyb

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The Allman Brothers back where it all begins

Black Sabbath Sabatoge and Zack Wyldes Pride & Glory are close behind though .
 

Jollyb

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SOOOO many in so many styles...I have a Desert Island band list where I would take the catalogue of 10-12 different bands. But...let's give it a shot, and I'll pick one. This is probably based on the albums I always listen to every year multiple times.

In no particular order:

Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime
T'Pau - T'Pau
REO Speedwagon - High Infidelity
Billy Squire - Don't Say No
KISS - Alive II
ABBA - Greatest Hits Vol II
Dirty Looks - Five Easy Pieces
Blondie - Eat To The Beat
Cheap Trick - Dream Police
Def Leppard - Hysteria
Journey - Escape
Roger Waters - Radio Kaos
Jamie O'Neal - Shiver


Man - I can't pick one of those! very one of those is nothing but start to finish awesome for me.

OK - KISS ALIVE II!!!
Blonde Eat to the beat is amazing. Cleme Burk is so underrated!!
 

O Riley

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I had to think about this for a bit. And then, wammo, it hit me.

Pat Metheny Group ~ " We Live Here "

That would be my favorite but anything by them. Nothing like their live performances though.
 
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