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Tangerine Dream! Heck yes!

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A couple more that recent re-listening has confirmed:

 

Jethro Tull: Thick as a Brick

Can: Tago Mago

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The issue a lot of people have with Dianna Krall isn't necessarily her music. It's the fact that at every single trade show ever at least half the systems are playing it for demo. 

 

I can only speak for myself, but the issue is that she's nowhere near the level of the real greats (Ella, Sarah, Billie, etc) yet an increasing number of "audiophiles" know her music  and not those of her predecessors and betters.  Listen to Sarah sing "Lullaby of Birdland" with Clifford Brown or Ella sing Gershwin or Rodgers & Hart.  Then listen to anything by Diana Krall.  The difference is Night and Day.

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Diane Schuur, now there's a jazz singer.

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Nujabes - Spiritual State
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Albums without filler?

 

Let it Bleed

Hard Days Night

Face to Face

Marqueen Moon

Parallel Lines

The Las

If you're feeling sinister

Author Unknown

100& Fun

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Not sure if this has been posted, but it's one of my all time favorites:

 

Oh and this:

 

 

Also, both Tame Impala albums, Lonerism and Innerspeaker.


Edited by anoxy - 10/8/12 at 10:47am
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After Hours is a beautiful album. Most of her early stuff is flawless..

Also agree on Tame Impala. They're from my home town :)


Edited by coolguyalex - 10/8/12 at 3:38pm
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After Hours is quite good.  Here's a less well-known After Hours:

 

 

 

What happens when you put Billie Holiday's pianist in a room with a pillar of vocal free jazz and have them collaborate on standards together in their golden years?  

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Joy Division - Closer

Iggy Pop - The Idiot

Brian Eno - Another Green World

Tangerine Dream - Rubycon

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The criteria is simple: Original albums only, no live album, no greatest hits album, no Classical album unless its original (read 20th, 21st century material that is on one of its first cds, this rule is in because somebody argued for an album with Beethoven's 5th and 6th on it and well it is flawless).

 

With the above criteria, what are some albums you can think of that is flawlessly good front to back, no fillers?

 

Had this discussion with some friends earlier today. 

And of the modern music albums I can think of, Michael Jackson's Thriller is the only one I can name that is without a flyer. Michael Jackson isn't my cup of tea but rock is full of good albums with 6 good tracks and 6 fillers. What do you guys think are some album that is flawless throughout?

 

 

Hi everyone :)

I'm new here

 

I agree with Michael's Thriller

And to me, here's some others in my head now:

 

Phil Collins - But Seriously

Sting - Ten Summoner's Tales

Nara Leao - Meu Primeiro Amor

Janet Jackson - janet

Beck - Sea Change

Joni Mitchell - Blue

post #628 of 748

a few that haven't been mentioned.

 

murcof - cosmos

murcof & erik truffaz - mexico

woob - woob1194 & woob4495

pink floyd - wish you were here, animals

the cinematic orchestra - ma fleur

the legendary pink dots - the maria dimension

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a few that haven't been mentioned.

 

pink floyd - wish you were here, animals

 

Did you honestly think nobody mentioned these pink floyd albums in 42 pages haha....

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Did you honestly think nobody mentioned these pink floyd albums in 42 pages haha....

 



ahaha, hahaha. no, i saw those many times, but they are on my list. do check out murcof and woob though, hahaha. ahem.

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