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  1. Claus

    Claus Senior Member Thread Starter

    I have updated my rarities website with more pics.

    I also would like to know what are your (only 10 please!) all-time favorite records for the desert island???
  2. MikeT

    MikeT Prior Forum Cretin and Current Impatient Creep

    New Jersey, USA
    Here are 10 that I feel now would suffice (but don't hold me to it):

    1) Grateful Dead - American Beauty
    2) Grateful Dead - Europe '72
    3) Jorma Kaukonen - Quah
    4) Clash - London Calling
    5) Clash - 1st Album (UK Version)
    6) Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
    7) Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers
    8) Bob Marley - Legend
    9) Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
    10) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
    11) Metallica - The Black Album

    Ok - so that is 11 - I could go on and on - but at this particular moment in time these are my choices. Ask me tomorrow and you will get a different answer.
  3. Grant

    Grant Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me!

    At this point in time, at ramdom (it will change later today):

    Earth Wind & Fire-That's The Way Of The World (Legacy remaster)
    The Beatles-White Album
    Eagles-Their Greatest Hits (DCC)
    Ramsey Lewis-Don't It Feel Good (CD-R of LP)
    Aerosmith-Pump (remaster)
    Johnnie Taylor-Eargasm
    Curtis Mayfield-Superfly (Rhino Deluxe edition)
    Bangles-Different Light
    Isley Brothers-It's Our Thing (CD-R of LP)
    Donna Summer Anthology
  4. JPartyka

    JPartyka I Got a Home on High

    1. Revolver, The Beatles (UK mono LP or Japanese EAS stereo LP)

    2. Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys (DCC gold CD or Brother/Warner-issue LP)

    3. Skylarking, XTC (Canadian LP or MFSL CD)

    4. King of America, The Costello Show (featuring Elvis Costello) (UK LP)

    5. Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan (US mono LP)

    6. The Band, The Band (orig. US green-label LP)

    7. Apple Venus Vol. 1, XTC (UK LP, CD is good too)

    8. Summerteeth, Wilco (US LP, CD is good too)

    9. "White Album", The Beatles (Japanese EAS LP)

    10. On the Beach, Neil Young (Reprise LP)

    ... that's today.
  5. HeavyDistortion

    HeavyDistortion Senior Member

    Baltimore, MD
    At the moment, my picks would be, in no special order:

    1. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis, Bold As Love
    2. The Move - Shazam
    3. The Allman Brothers - Live At The Fillmore East
    4. Wishbone Ash - Argus
    5. Cream - Disraeli Gears
    6. The Beatles - White Album
    7. Genesis - Selling England By The Pound
    8. Queen - Sheer Heart Attack
    9. Led Zeppelin - II
    10. James Gang - Rides Again

    However, like the rest of you, I could never settle for just 10 musical options, but for this point in time, these are my choices.

  6. Sckott

    Sckott Hand Tighten Only.

    South Plymouth, Ma
    This week:

    1. Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St (Virgin CD)
    2. Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygen (Original US Polydoor, Vinyl)
    3. Elton John - Honky Chateau (MFSL ][ CD)
    4. Joe Walsh - Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get (Dunhill LP)
    5. Jethro Tull - Stand Up (MFSL I CD, also 3.75IPS REEL)
    6. Everly Bros - Best of (DCC CD)
    7. The Who - Quadrophenia (7.5IPS Open Reel)
    8. Moody Blues - Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Both MFSL and Threshold-London vinyl issues)
    9. Blood Sweat & Tears - Father To The Man (Columbia 7.5 Open Reel)
    10. Pete Townshend - Lifehouse Elements (CD)

    Subject to change every 2 days.
  7. John Carsell

    John Carsell Forum Resident

    Northwest Illinois
    Well, my Rave/Fave choices would be:

    1. The Beatles Abbey Road (1983 Toshiba-EMI CD)
    2. Creedence Clearwater Revival Willie & The Poor Boys (DCC)
    3. The Alan Parsons Project Tales, Mystery And Imagination of Edgar Allan Poe (Mo- Fi)
    4. The Beatles White Album (Mo-fi Japan pirate CD)
    5. Steely Dan Aja (Mo-fi or recent MCA remaster)
    6. The Doors L.A. Woman (DCC)
    7. Ringo Starr Ringo (DCC)
    8. Creedence Clearwater Revival S/T (CD remaster until Steve's LP version appears)
    9. Paul McCartney & Wings Band on The Run (DCC)
    10. Donald Fagen The Nightfly (Warner Bros. German 180 gram vinyl version.)
  8. mcow1

    mcow1 Sommelier Gort

    Orange County, CA
    This is really tough but..
    Beatles - White Album (mono version)
    Rolling Stones - Get Your Ya-Ya's Out
    Miles Davis - Miles
    Dwight Yoakam - This Time
    Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Vienna Phil, von Karajan
    Koko Taylor - Quenn of the Blues
    Clapton - E.C. Was Here
    Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails
    Grateful Dead - Live Dead or Europe'72 (cheating I know)
    Leonard Cohen - Songs Of Leonard Cohen

    I really neede some Zappa on here too but I couldn't make up my mind which one.
  9. Claus

    Claus Senior Member Thread Starter

    I have finished my all-time favorites... go to: WEB-HOUSE and then click on Musik ... left button.

    Well, I couldn't stop, and I have listed 30 all-time favorites... very subjective also!!!

  10. Larry Naramore

    Larry Naramore Bonafied Knucklehead

    Sun Valley, Calif.
    Hey Steve this means you could sell 3 Gold discs of this album. Is that enuff to turn a profit? :)

    If I can dreeaaamm of a better.....
  11. Paul C.

    Paul C. Senior Member

    This is tough, but....

    John Martyn - One World
    Bobby McFerrin - Medicine Music
    Duke Ellington - Unknown Session
    Oscar Peterson - The Jazz Soul of OP
    Frank Zappa - The Grand Wazoo
    The Doors - Morrison Hotel
    Robbie Robertson - st
    Marianne Faithfull - Broken English
    Wally Badarou - Echoes
    Weather Report - Black Market
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