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Clifford Brown - Jazz Immortal
I've been eye-ing this thread for a bit, wanting to say Paul's Boutique or something by Aretha or James or Sly, but I think it's actually…
Miles Davis - In A Silent Way
I've figured out that its mellow veneer is deceptive…throughout the disc, the musicians are burnin' and groovin'. And it's spliced so that there's a real arc which somehow speaks to several facets of my music taste at once.
Of course, if something else comes up, I reserve the right to amend this selection.
I agree with Tru Blu; In A Silent Way is an amazing album. One of my all time favorites.
The only album I think can compete with it is this:
Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
mewithoutYou - Catch For Us The Foxes
Radiohead - In Rainbows
The Black Keys - Chulahoma
I could listen to these albums every day of the week.
I wouldn't mind owning almost every album in this thread and do own a good portion of them. It's nice to know there's so much great music out there to make our investments in our music and equipment well worth it.
Oceansize - Frames
Opeth - Ghost Reveries
Sade - Promise
a classic. so timeless.
Cowboy Junkies - Lay It Down
edIT - crying over pros for no reason
You can just sink into the analogue glitch sound.
postal service - give up
Tea for the Tillerman - Cat Stevens
the allman brothers greatest hits 1969-1979
This has been my go-to album lately...
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral.
Teacher! Mother! Secret lover...