Bundle 5 studio albums together by an artist for an "Original Album Series" box...

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by If I Can Dream_23, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Jimmy Agates

    Jimmy Agates Forum Resident


    The Babys
    Broken Heart
    Head First
    Union Jacks
    On The Edge
  2. samthesham

    samthesham Forum Resident

    Moorhead MN
    1.The Sun Sessions
    2.Elvis Golden Hits
    3.Elvis is Back!
    4.ELVIS (68 TV Comeback)
    5.From Elvis in Memphis

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    1.Are You Experienced?
    2.Live at Monterrey
    3.Axis:Bold As Love
    4.Electric Ladyland
    5.Rainbow Bridge

    Roky Erickson(non-Elevators)
    1.The Evil One
    2.Gremlins Have Pictures
    3."casting the runes"
    4.Don't Slander Me
    5.True Love Casts Out All Evil
  3. steveharris

    steveharris Forum Resident


    Kill Em All
    Ride The Lightning
    Master Of Puppets
    Gararge Days
    And Justice For All
  4. bladerunner555

    bladerunner555 Well-Known Member

    the last command
    inside the electric circus
    the headless children
    the crimson idol

    shuttered room
    reach the beach
    calm animals

    are we not men we are devo
    duty now for the future
    freedom of choice
    new traditionalists
    oh no its devo

    total devo
    now it can be told
    smooth noodle maps
    something for every body

    this is what you want this what you get
    the greatest hits so far

    end of the century
    pleasant dreams
    subterranean jungle
    too tough to die
    animal boy
  5. HenryFly

    HenryFly Forum Resident

    Bob Dylan
    Another Side of Bob Dylan
    Bringing it all back home
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Blonde on Blonde
    John Wesley Harding

    Fairport Convention
    Fairport Convention
    What we did on our holiday
    Liege and lief
    Full house

    Joni Mitchell

    Hissing of Summer Lawns
    Don Juan's Reckless Daughter
    Shadows and Light


    Life's rich pageant
    Dead letter office (including Chronic Town EP)

    Wild Love
    Doctor Came at Dawn
    Red Apple Falls
    Knock Knock
    Dongs of Sevotion

    I've gone with 'Original Series of albums' by mistake
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2018
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  6. seed_drill

    seed_drill Forum Resident

    Tryon, NC, USA
    Introducing The Beau Brummels
    Beau Brummels Vol. 2
    Beau Brummels '66
    Bradley's Barn

    Though, personally, I prefer the reunion album to the '66 covers album, but it's not a good fit. Vol. 44, which compiled unreleased Autumn stuff would be a good swap out, though.
  7. seed_drill

    seed_drill Forum Resident

    Tryon, NC, USA
    The first six Sabbath albums were issued together as a fancy boxed set way back when.
  8. Derek Slazenger

    Derek Slazenger Specs, rugs & rock n roll


    Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti
    Babylon and On
    Some Fantastic Place
  9. seed_drill

    seed_drill Forum Resident

    Tryon, NC, USA
    Pre major label Danny Gatton. Have to break the no live album or comp rule.

    Danny and the Fat Boys/American Music
    Danny and the Fat Boys/Vintage Masters 1971-1976 Vol 1
    Unfinished Business
    Redneck Jazz
    Redneck Jazz Explosion
  10. acemachine26

    acemachine26 Forum Resident

    Miles Davis:
    Kind of Blue
    Sketches of Spain
    In A Silent Way
    Bitches Brew
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  11. acemachine26

    acemachine26 Forum Resident

    Interesting picks for Herbie. You wouldn't add any of the great albums from his Mwandishi band fusion era? I'd replace The Piano with either Mwandishi, Sextant or Crossings.
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  12. Hadean75

    Hadean75 Forum Moonlighter

    Bee Gees:
    1. 2 Years On
    2. Trafalgar
    3. To Whom It May Concern
    4. Life In a Tin Can
    5. Mr. Natural


    (Furay Years)
    1. Poco
    2. Deliverin'
    3. From the Inside
    4. A Good Feelin' To Know
    5. Crazy Eyes



    (Fab Four Years)
    1. Seven
    2. Cantamos
    3. Head Over Heels
    4. Rose of Cimarron
    5. Indian Summer
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  13. Jazzmonkie

    Jazzmonkie Can't stop buying music.

    Tempe, AZ
  14. Jazzmonkie

    Jazzmonkie Can't stop buying music.

    Tempe, AZ
  15. Hot Ptah

    Hot Ptah Forum Resident

    Kansas City, MO
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    Sun Ra:

    Mayan Temples
    Supersonic Jazz
    Jazz in Silhouette
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  16. Carraway

    Carraway Well-Known Member

    NE Ohio
    Good point. Herbie's tough as well. The Piano isn't particularly groundbreaking, but I really like it. It also gives a glimpse into the kind of voicings and ideas he uses when it's just him, a piano, mostly standards, and some recording equipment. It's also one of two direct-to-disc recordings I've heard in which the artists didn't seem to be playing far too safely. But a Mwandishi album should be in there. I personally would prefer one to Future Shock, but that album had a great deal of influence. So I suppose Empyrean Isles and Maiden Voyage are close enough that one could be removed and replaced with Mwandishi.
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  17. Driver8

    Driver8 Well-Known Member

    Son Seals
    The Son Seals Blues Band
    Midnight Son
    Chicago Fire
    Live & Burning
    Spontaneous Combustion

    Albert King
    Wednesday Night in San Francisco
    Thursday Night in San Francisco
    Live Wire/Blues Power
    I'll Play the Blues for You
    Born Under a Bad Sign
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  18. skisdlimit

    skisdlimit Forum Resident

    Bellevue, WA
    Talk Talk
    The Party's Over
    It's My Life
    The Colour of Spring
    Spirit of Eden
    Laughing Stock
  19. Hot Ptah

    Hot Ptah Forum Resident

    Kansas City, MO
    I know these albums by these artists, and these are two incredible collections!
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  20. acemachine26

    acemachine26 Forum Resident

    You don't have to change the list by the way, its your list after all. I was just curious as to where you would rank the Mwandishi albums compared to the ones on your list. Its all subjective after all, if you prefer The Piano and Future Shock to his other works then that's perfectly fine :)
  21. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

    Beatnik_Daddyo'73 Music Addiction Personified

    ...I wish Mr. Elfman would respect his past enough to do some deluxe remasters of their early albums. Complete with unreleased tracks and soundtrack songs. Waiting patiently......,
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  22. JDeanB

    JDeanB Forum Resident

    Charlotte, NC USA
    Gather Me
    As I See It Now
    Crazy Love
  23. Runicen

    Runicen Forum Resident

    Ha! I forgot I even posted this.

    And yes, I'm in full agreement with you. There are enough decent completed songs and b-sides from Oingo Boingo that it would be well worth wrapping everything up in a tidy package. I'm still waiting for the extra tracks from the final album to get a proper release. "Vultures" kicks seven varieties of ass. :D
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  24. pokemaniacjunk

    pokemaniacjunk Forum Resident

    south paris maine
    Flo & Eddie

    The Phlorescent Leech & Eddie
    Flo & Eddie
    Illegal, Immoral and Fattening
    Moving Targets
    Rock Steady With Flo & Eddie

    minus songs from The History of Flo & Eddie and The Turtles and a b-side or two thats just about every song
  25. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

    Beatnik_Daddyo'73 Music Addiction Personified

    Howzbout.....The Flaming Lips

    Oh My Gawd!!!....The Flaming Lips
    Hit To Death In the Future Head
    Clouds Taste Metallic
    Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots

    ...I know, I know, where’s Satellite Heart and The Soft Bulletin?? But hey, this is my fantasy :D

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