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  • Mrs M
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    My favourites change with how I feel.

    One I have loved, which I got as a twenty first present, which never goes out of favour is a rendering by The Huddersfield Choral Society of Handel's Messiah.

    I have an up to date recording on CD.

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  • andyn, Bucks
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    Tough but if I had to pick three

    Whats Going On - Marvin Gaye
    Live in New Orlea\ns - Maze
    That's The Way of the World - Earth, Wind and Fire

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  • yesrock, Liverpool
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    Close to The Edge---Yes

    Tales From Topographic Oceans---Yes

    Relayer---Yes.

    As you can see a bit of a Yes fan, I was going to see them at the Liverpool Philharmonic next month when they were going to play the whole of the Relayer album.

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  • ilovesunshine, east yorks
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    You have got me playing Layla now!

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  • ilovesunshine, east yorks
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    surprised no one has mentioned Queen or Rolling Stones yet. No particular album, cant choose. The Cream of Clapton is one of my favourites.

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  • Haworth, Wokingham
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    Morning all, haven’t changed my mind yet but I do agree with almost all of the choices, great memories, let’s keep this thread going.

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  • smtcan, Scarborough
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    Eric Clapton - Unplugged
    Bob Marley - Legend
    Paul Simon - Graceland

    Sheila

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  • Lawnmowerman, Tain
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    I tell you I am loving these replies - fantastic choices everyone.

    Bill

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  • Lawnmowerman, Tain
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    Originally posted by BandN, Markyate View Post
    Oh wow, what a question, loving the ones you've already said. I'll add 3 now which will undoubtedly change the more I think about it.

    Arc of a diver -- Steve Winwood, early 80's.

    The Promise -- Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Released about 10 years ago, consisting of the lost sessions between Born to Run and Darkness on the Edge of Town in the 70's. Superb.

    The Road to Escondido -- JJ Cale and Eric Clapton. If you ever want to hear 2 guitar heroes who are totally in awe of each other, listen to this. The song 'Ride the River' is amazing.

    Now I'm looking through all my albums

    Barb
    Just love JJ Cale - only criticism? he seems to get too bored to write a song longer than 2 1/2 minutes! What a craftsman though - outstanding. Very much under-appreciated. Naturally and Troubadour are my favourites.

    Bill

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  • Smith7
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    Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits

    Out of the Blue - ELO

    Sgt. Pepper- Beatles.

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  • philhar, wallasey
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    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -Elton John
    Picture Book -Simply Red
    Rumours-fleetwood Mac
    Great thread

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  • Delboy, Essex
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    I used to buy compilations, have made up my own playlists on Spotify, not many artists I can listen to a complete album.

    However there is one artist I enjoy listening to and it’s soul/blues singer song writer.Beth Hart.


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    https://youtu.be/r3HP7sVO6eg


    Last edited by Delboy, Essex; 18th April 2020, 10:12 PM.

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  • BandN, Markyate
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    Oh wow, what a question, loving the ones you've already said. I'll add 3 now which will undoubtedly change the more I think about it.

    Arc of a diver -- Steve Winwood, early 80's.

    The Promise -- Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Released about 10 years ago, consisting of the lost sessions between Born to Run and Darkness on the Edge of Town in the 70's. Superb.

    The Road to Escondido -- JJ Cale and Eric Clapton. If you ever want to hear 2 guitar heroes who are totally in awe of each other, listen to this. The song 'Ride the River' is amazing.

    Now I'm looking through all my albums

    Barb

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  • Victoria, Aberystwyth
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    I tended to buy compilations, but one which did get a good airing was Graceland, Paul Simon. I liked every track.

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  • Lawnmowerman, Tain
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    Originally posted by Haworth, Wokingham View Post
    Fairport Convention, Unhalfbricking

    Bob Seger, Stranger in Town

    Dont need 3, great question

    John


    I'll have a listen to them - trouble is if I like what I hear then I need to go through their back catalogues!

    Don't need 3 - Love it!

    Bill

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