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post #76 of 135
Hadn't thought about this until I pulled it out a minute ago:

Dave Holland Quartet - Conference of the Birds


…and then there's:

De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
post #77 of 135
I think I made it to page three before the two that sprang to my mind turned up: The Stone Roses and Rage Against The Machine.

Honourable mentions to: Little Earthquakes, Grace (again!) and Randy Newman Creates Something New Under The Sun. Uh, and Phish's Junta is no slouch.
post #78 of 135
My vote goes to Van Halen.
post #79 of 135
Blood Sweat and Tears-Child is Father to the Man
The Byrds- Mr Tambourine Man
Derek and the Dominos-Layla
Bob Dylan-Bob Dylan
Fairport Convention-Fairport Convention
Elvis Presley-Sun Sessions
Procol Harum-A Whiter Shade of Pale
Paul Simon-Paul Simon
Traffic-Mr Fantasy
John Mayall-Bluesbreakers
Van Morrison-Astral Weeks
The Flying Burrito Brothers-The Gilded Palace of Sin
Jeff Beck-Truth
Big Star-#1 Record
The English Beat-I Just Can't Stop It
Michael Jackson-Off the Wall
Rickie Lee Jones-Rickie Lee Jones
Tracy Chapman-Tracy Chapman
post #80 of 135
Santana
and The doobies bros

Im sure theres more but all i can tink of now
post #81 of 135
has anyone said Crosby Stills & Nash....I Think thats a great debut
post #82 of 135
GN'R with Appetite for Destruction
post #83 of 135
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Originally Posted by DavidMahler View Post
has anyone said Crosby Stills & Nash....I Think thats a great debut
No, I don't think so...and it should be mentioned. One of mye favorite albums ever!

David Crosby's solo album 'If I could Only Remember My Name' is another great debut album.
post #84 of 135
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Originally Posted by ssportclay View Post


Michael Jackson-Off the Wall
That was his fifth album...
post #85 of 135
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Originally Posted by Duggeh View Post
That was his fifth album...
You are correct. He did record 4 forgettable albums for Motown. Off the wall was his first album on Epic Records.
post #86 of 135
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+1 for five leaves left. Nick drake may be the most underappreciated artist of all time.
post #87 of 135
Nah, that'd be Richard Thompson (who does guitar on a few of Nick's recordings: Time Has Told Me, Hazey Jane II, Thoughts of Mary Jane). Not to take anything away from Nick.

- Ed
post #88 of 135
Also, Duncan Browne's debut album was incredible. He may actually best Nick Drake.
post #89 of 135
Will have to check that one out.

- Ed
post #90 of 135

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Most of the albums mentioned here I've not heard entirely, only sampled, and was so impressed with what I heard I ordered 8 of them! Can't wait till the CDs to arrive. 

 

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