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A Meeting By The River is a master piece recording, simple, pure, dynamic and most of all real and for certain the one recording for my deserted isle loop.

 

Best Piece - Ganges Delta Blues, IMHO

 

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Herbie Hancock, The piano. The piano is on the wide side, but it's a great recording and performance.

 

Cowboy Junkies, Trinity Session. A stereo mic, a great room and a band (and engineer) good enough to not need to fix anything in the mix.  

 

Pierre Boulez/the Cleveland Orchestra, Stravinsky The Right of Spring/Le Sacre du Printemps. I don't know if it's the best, but it's a great performance and recording. 

 

Maria Schneider, The Thompson Fields.  A recent favorite. It's large ensemble instrumental jazz that weaves textures.

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Howard Jones - Human's Lib (2008 Remaster)

 

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Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Rod Stewart - A Night on the Town

Led Zeppelin - I

Eagles - Eagles

Eagles - One of These Nights

Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms

Michael Jackson - Thriller

Billy Joel - The Stranger

Roger Waters - Amused to Death

Van Morrison - Hard Nose the Highway

Counting Crows - August and Everything After

Beatles - Revolver

Secret Machines - Now Here is Nowhere

 

I'm sure more will come to mind...

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One of my favourite piano solo album of Cecil Taylor it's also one of the best recorded. Released in 1980 on MPS, it's also one of the best approach to Cecil Taylor's universe.

 

Cecil Taylor - Fly! fly! fly! fly! fly! (1980) {MPS}

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