Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Jerryb, Apr 28, 2006.
Big Country - 30+ cds - 4 box sets - 3 dvds.
For me, James Brown. Only a couple, er, gray market items, but there's been a veritable shelf of legitimate JB issued on CD. And there's a lot left to reissue!
On the other hand, maybe it's Miles Davis. Those box sets are a lot of discs.
Bowie. No idea how much, but he's way in the lead for me.
Hey, another US-based Big Country fan - cool! I have a large collection myself - be curious to know what's in yours to compare...
Jethro Tull, hands down.
I have everything on either vinyl or CD they have out, except dotcom.
Some I have on both CD and vinyl.
no surprise here. Beatles, including solo stuff, 313 CDs and 354 LPs (more if you figure each Lp in a box). Not overkill or anything
Do you still listen to the Beatles?
Start a thread.
Keeping this OT, my answer is The Beatles too.
Beach Boys...I have hundreds...followed by the Beatles, and Dylan.
Van Morrison, Rolling Stones, Beatles
Now there's a novel idea.
Hate to say it - but it's the Beatles.
I was on a Beatles LP buying spree for a while - snatched up a lot of stuff. Then I started to catalogue my LPs once, I got to 45 which was about 1/2 way and gave up.
Oh I forgot...I have over 300 Steve Hoffman mastered CD's...does this count?
Beatles for certain. About 100 LPs and about a dozen CDs. Never bought many CDs of their stuff because the vinyl sounds so much better in most cases.
for most minutes of music, either Miles Davis (all those multi-disc sets) or the Grateful Dead (All those multi-disc sets!).
Most different titles, maybe The Kinks, Pat Metheny, Dylan or the Stones.
Most songs, gotta be Guided By Voices
For sure it's Beethoven (though I've never counted)..followed by Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn and Mahler. I've got more versions of some Beethoven symphonies than I have of some artists in total. It's a sickness I tell ya...
In terms of modern music, Miles Davis and Bob Dylan, at 30-40 LP's apiece. Then Coltrane. Then probably Bruce Cockburn and the Beatles with a dozen or so.
James Brown - about 50+ vinyl & 30+ CD
The Rolling Stones. CDs, LPs, imports, promos, boots, 12" singles, colored vinyl, picture discs, 45s, box sets...even more if you throw in the solo stuff.
Led Zeppelin - all the official releases, the box sets, the Classic Records releases, the DVD-As, the DVDs, etc.
I've got about 30 official Springsteen releases on CD and vinyl and about the same number of official Dylan releases.
I have another 30 or so, um, "field recordings" of Bruce, and another 25 or so of the same for Dylan.
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