Sorry can I have another go
Modern music Be Bop Deluxe
Broadsword and the beast Jethro Tull
Beatiful freak The Eels
In fact I could do this all night there have been many albums whichI have loved and still do good thread as I have been looking up sleeve notes to see when they came out my memory never has been that good
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1990s Aimee Mann - Whatever
Funnily enough this popped up on shuffle today and I wondered whether it might have been a better choice.
It's a fine album JD, and maybe her best. Never really tire of it. Only saw her live once, in Nottingham after it came out but was a fine gig from memory.
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1960s Led Zep 2
1970s bridge over troubled water
1980s the smiths
1990s the bends
2000s only revolutions
2010s el camino
70s... struggling from that decade, very little 5 stars in my library
80s... Kate Bush, Never for ever
90s... The Prodigy - The Prodigy Experience (early 90s) or Hybrid - Wide angle (late 90s)
2000.. BT - Movement in Still life or This Binary Universe, DJ Format - Music for the mature B Boy, 65DaysOfStatic - One time for all time
10s... The Jezebels - Prisoner
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When I worked at BMG we got a few perks such as getting on the guest list for gigs, and hers was one, so I bought Mrs JD a ticket and we went to the Shepherds Bush Empire. I strode up to the box office to declare loudly that I was on the guest list, to which the response came "er, no you're not..."
I had to buy a ticket from a tout outside...
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Yes, but it's how you handle the rebuff that shows true class JD.
50 Miles Davis/ Kind of Blue
60 John Coltrane/ Love Supreme - The Beatles / SPLHCB, Frank Zappa / Freak out, King Crimson ITCOTCK, Soft Machine vol I& II
70 Pink Floyd / DSOTM, Robert Wyatt / Rock Bottom, VDGG / H to He Who Am the Only one, Genesis / Selling England by The pound, Jimi Hendrix / band of Gypsys
80 Fred Frith / Gravity, Dire Straits / Brothers in arms, Peter Gabriel / SO, Naked City
90 Frank Zappa / Yelow Shark, Mazada / Live
00 David Sylvian (Nine Horses) / Snow Borne Sorrow Brian Eno / Another day on Earth
10 Cosa Brava / Ragged Atlas
soryy, could nt chose one!!!
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There are just too many great albums from each decade to choose just one....started listening to music from the 80`s
Bob Marley - Exodus
Elvis Costello - King of America
Van Morrison - Moondance
Prefab Sprout - Steve McQueen
Fun Boy Three - Waiting
Diana Krall - The Girl In The Other Room
Exodus is 70s and so is Moondance.
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Yes, you are right BigH,
I just looked through my cd rack & picked out some of my favourites without looking at the dates.
Moondance, Exodus 70"s ! - how time flies.
I should of said "started buying music in the 80"s" when I started earning.
Al Green - Get`s Next To You 1973
Tom Waits - Closing Time 1973
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Juju 1981
So many missed over the years I`m sure ......
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I had to check some of my dates to. Nearly all mine are 70s. Does everyone else find that the their teenage years produced their favourite music?
By the way Exodus and Moondance would be up there to for me. Just been playing Exodus.
The 70s Pink Floyd DSOTM
The 80s The Stone Roses, the stone roses
The 90s Oasis ,Definately maybe
2000 Coldplay, Parachutes
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