These are the three I can listen to over and over and over.....

Discussion in 'Talk of Music' started by aggie, Sep 15, 2015.

  1. aggie

    aggie Member

    What are 3 albums you could never get tired of listening to?? Although I have the LPs, I've had to update over the years to cassette tape, CD and iTunes.

    Mine are: Mamas and Papas "California Dreamin'", Beatles "Rubber Soul" and Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water".

    I could easily choose a top 10 list but narrowing down to 3 is more difficult.
     
  2. Mullet

    Mullet New Member

    Good selections, aggie. I don't know that I could make definitive "favorite" selections. My tastes and moods are constantly evolving. I'll throw out Pink Floyd "Wish You Were Here", Anything by Crosby, Stills, Nash (and Young), and for a live album how about J. Geils "Blow Your Face Out". Buy hey, I like Asleep at the Wheel, Jean-Luc Ponty, Talking Heads, Chicago blues (check out "Li'l Ed and the Blues Imperials"), etc. I like some of the more recent alternative rock so I'm not just stuck in the past either. Interesting thread starter.
     
  3. Cynthia

    Cynthia Active Member

    By eras, these three dominated my listening. Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Joe Satriani. Hard to pick one record from each but maybe Rubber Soul, Led Zepplin III and Crystal Planet I'll pack into my deserted island kit.
     
  4. Andria

    Andria New Member

    Rubber Soul was the first album I ever owned. I like all kinds of music with the exception of opera and barbershop. I am a big fan of Prince. Have a tough time with some of the rap and artists like Bieber.
     
  5. Emily Litella

    Emily Litella Active Member

    DH likes Moody Blues, Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers.

    I like a lot of the old R&B and Soul. I have a multi disc set called Soul of the 70s that I bought a couple years back. Was also a fan of Prince back in the day.

    Went to a lot of rock concerts in the 70s. Zeppelin, Stones, Bad Company, Todd Rundgren (Utopia), Lou Reed (my first concert), Aerosmith. That's back when concerts were a real celebration.....
     

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