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Do you have one album that you listen to over and over?

Discussion in 'Music' started by GreenBow, Jun 16, 2018.
  1. GreenBow
    It doesn't matter if it's not a rock classic, a classical great, or a well known world music album.

    Mine is: Sacred Spirit: Chants and Dances of the Native Americans.


    I included the Amazon link specifically. It's because if you buy it from Amazon, they give you a second (mp3) album for free download. Or at least they did when I bought it.

    Amazon often give you a free mp3 download of the album you buy anyway. However this second album is different to the CD. It's remixes of Sacred Spirit tracks. Some from the CD. Some from other CDs. ... Of this second album, I like tracks 1, 2, 3, and 5. I tacked those tracks onto my CD rip of the CD album.

    Anyway, the vocals on this album, I think are genuine Native American. (Meaning I do not understand a word.) The instruments seem more like synth drums, toms, that mimic Native American tom-tom style, etc. While you might think that would sound cheap, pointless, or disrespectful. It works completely naturally.

    It's a fairly slow album in places. It's drifty and dreamy. Then in other places it's full of lively beats, and more so in the second album. Yet it still maintains that almost meditative texture.

    I love it. I am often finished by the end of the day, and this album makes perfect sense. I must have listened to it hundreds and hundreds of times.
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  2. NA Blur
    Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon

    This album is eternal and filled with nuance.
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  3. GreenBow
    Another one I listen to over and over is Hawkwind - Doremi Fasol Latido.

    (Hawkwind - Sonic Attack, also but minus the title track.)
  4. taffy2207
    Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself (1971 (year I was born)) is probably the Album I play most often. It was definitely my primary driving to work Album, great way to start the day. Audio equivalent of a Caffeine hit :grin:

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  5. MisterMudd
    Foghat's first album. Simply brilliant.
  6. Tinnitus Man
    Public Service Broadcasting - Race for Space.

    Some really nicely paced electronic music overlaid by period commentary covering Spunik, Gagarin, Kennedy's "We choose to go to the moon" speech, and the Apollo missions. I listen to this over and over again.
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  7. GreenBow

    Thank you for submitting an album. I am going to listen to all of these suggestions. I like the Uriah Heap one, which is the only one I listened to so far. I intend to buy it. I find myself bemused at how I never really came across their music though. Plus feeling glad that I asked.
  8. axsnyder
    ^gotta echo GreenBow. Pretty brilliant album. Thanks for sharing!
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  9. I g o r
    Michel Camilo - Rendezvous
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Hiromi - Alive
    Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
    Simon Phillips - Another Lifetime
    Yes - Fragile
    Chaka Khan - Naughty
    John Scofield and Pat Metheny - I can see your house from here
    George Porter - Liquid Spirit
    Daft Punk - RAM

    there are so many more
  10. whirlwind
    Joe Bonamassa - Blues Deluxe
  11. bagwell359
    Durutti Column - Guitar and Other Machines - not the last 3 cuts on the CD, fav for 30 years; LC is another master work


    Felt - any of the guitar dominated recordings
    Joni Mitchell - Blue thru Heijira inclusive
    Prokofiev - Love for three oranges, Lt. Kijie
    Cowboy Junkies - Whites off Earth Now, Lay it Down
    k.d.laing - Igenue
    Eagles - Desperado
    Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
    F. Mac - Future Games
    Stevie Wonder - Talking Book, Music of my Mind
    17 Pygmies - Jedda by the Sea
    Flora Purim - Butterfly Dreams
    Yes - Fragile
    King Crimson - Starless and Bible Black, Live Chicago 2017
    Charles Ives - Three Places in New England
    Minimal Compact - The Figure one Cuts
    Beatles - Rubber Soul
  12. Zeo-Gold92
    Since I'm a big Eminem fan I tend to listen to his albums over and over upon release due to his inconsistent period between releases. Not too long ago though I was listening to Labor Days by Aesop Rock and also GodLovesUgly by Atmosphere, there was alos a period where I was just listening to Buckethead, Day Of The Robot is perfect.
  13. serman005
    Verdi's Requiem -- simply spectacular!
  14. blackdragon87
    Lucinda Williams- Car Wheels on A Gravel Road
    ( like every song on this album)
  15. Giallofan
    Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast
    I remember buying it as a teen. Loved it then and still love it now.
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