Favourite Album

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    For me there is only one Otis Blue by Otis Redding.

     
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    Wish you were here. Pink Floyd

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    "We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year"

    Describes our life in the van!!!!
     
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    Nice. Not heard I've Been Loving You Too Long" for a long time. May just have to get a Redding album on one night soon.
     
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    Just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year.
     
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    The Beano Album by John Mayall's Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton.
     
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    Beatles 62-66
     
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    Has to be 'Dark Side of the Moon' Pink Floyd :cooler:
     
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    Close to the Edge.....................best prog rock ever; well almost.................
     
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    Not sure whether this is better than "live at the whiskey a go go"
     
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    I don't think I have a permanent favourite, my favourite is the one that I'm listening to most at the time.
    Currently, it's Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris with "All the Road Running" (already posted), but with some Little Feat "The Last Record Album", and Bruce Sprinsteen "We Shall Overcome - The Seeger Sessions".
    But next week it will likely be different.:)
     
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    Ditto. Although Stevie Ray Vaugh's Texas Flood and Sreve Earle's Copperhead road are always on the play list.
    Currently re-enjoying the Undertones and Green Day's American Idiot.
     
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    As above, it keeps changing depending on mood and stuff. Currently rather liking the new Underworld album and this single particularly.



    However, the two most-played records I possess are Free's Fire and Water and Fairport Convention's Full House. The Free one has some of the best bass playing ever from (sadly dead now) Andy Fraser, and Full House has Sloth which may be my single favourite ever bit of guitar work from Richard Thompson.



    If I had to choose one single desert island artist/band, it would have to be Neil Young - coming up for 50 years now and still got fire in his belly.
     
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    And a license for his telly?
     
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    Beatles. Revolver.

    Abba. The visitors.

    Maddy Prior. Lionheart.
     
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    I've never been a huge fan of albums by one artist, I get bored and find myself skipping tracks to get to the ones I like, I've never been a fan of The Beatles or Pink Floyd though, I feel I should be because most others rave on about them so much
     
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    I definitely have a few but must admit I mostly make compilations but ones I listen to start to finish are:

    Alanis Morrisette - Jagged Little Pill

    The Kooks - Inside in/inside out

    My favourite recent - Royal Blood - Royal Blood
     
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    Loved the Alanis Morrisette album and a good choice with Royal Blood (y)
     
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    The Stone Roses by the Stone Roses.
    Regarded by many critics as one of the greatest British albums ever recorded.
     
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    Sorry to be boring but I am addicted to Adele.

    Pink Floyd many years ago when daughter was young.
     
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