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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3220 on: March 15, 2016, 02:45:13 PM »
I like the color system (though I won't always rank the track list), and I've been wanting to keep track of my album rankings, so I guess I'll save this spot:

2016

1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles, 1967 A-

1. A Day in the Life
2. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
3. Getting Better
4. Good Morning Good Morning
5. Within You Without You
6. With a Little Help from My Friends
7. When I'm Sixty-Four
8. Lovely Rita
9. Fixing a Hole
10. Sargent Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
11. Sargent Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
12. She's Leaving Home

13. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite


2. Exile on Main St. by The Rolling Stones, 1972 B+

1. Sweet Black Angel
2. Tumbling Dice
3. Loving Cup
4. Sweet Virginia
5. Ventilator Blues

6. Stop Breaking Down
7. Torn and Frayed
8. Turd on the Run
9. I Just Want to See His Face
10. Let it Loose
11. Rocks Off
12. All Down the Line

13. Casino Boogie
14. Shine a Light
15. Shake Your Hips

16. Rip this Joint
17. Happy
18. Soul Survivor


3. Elvis by Elvis Presley, 1956 B

1. Love Me
2. How's the World Treating You

3. First in Line
4. How Do You Think I Feel
5. Long Tall Sally
6. Rip it Up
7. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
8. Paralyzed

9. Any Place is Paradise
10. Ready Teddy

11. So Glad You're Mine
12. Old Shep



4. Rubber Soul by The Beatles, 1965 B+

1. Norwegian Wood
2. I'm Looking Through You
3. You Won't See Me
4. Michelle

5. In My Life
6. What Goes On
7. Think For Yourself

8. The Word
9. Nowhere Man
10. Wait
11. If I Needed Someone
12. Run For Your Life

13. Drive My Car
14. Girl


5. Revolver by The Beatles, 1966 A-

1. Here, There and Everywhere
2. Got to Get You into My Life

3. I'm Only Sleeping
4. Taxman
5. Eleanor Rigby
6. Good Day Sunshine
7. Tomorrow Never Knows
8. For No One
9. She Said She Said
10. And Your Bird Can Sing
11. I Want To Tell You
12. Love You To
13. Yellow Submarine
14. Doctor Robert


6. Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, But We Sure Got a Lot of Love by James Talley, 1975 C+
 
1. Red River Memory
2. Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, But We Sure Got a Lot of Love

3. Red River Reprise
4. Calico Gypsy
5. Take Me to the Country
6. To Get Back Home
7. Daddy's Song

8. Big Taters in Sandy Land
9. W. Lee O'Daniel and the Light Crust Doughboys
10. Blue-Eyed Ruth and My Sunday Suit
11. Give Him Another Bottle
12. Mehan, Oklahoma
13. No Opener Needed


7. His Band and the Street Choir by Van Morrison, 1970 B+
8. Aretha Now by Aretha Franklin A
9. Joy of Cooking by Joy of Cooking C
10. At Last! by Etta James A

11. Who's Next by The Who, 1971 C+

1. Behind Blue Eyes
2. Baba O'Riley
3. Love Ain't for Keeping
4. Bargain

5. Won't Get Fooled Again
6. My Wife
7. Going Mobile

8. The Song is Over
9. Getting in Tune


12. Help! by The Beatles, 1965 B

1. Yesterday
2. I Need You
3. I've Just Seen a Face
4. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away

5. Act Naturally
6. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
7. Ticket to Ride
8. Tell Me What You See

9. Help!
10. Another Girl
11. The Night Before
12. You Like Me Too Much
13. You're Going to Lose That Girl

14. It's Only Love


13. John Prine by John Prine, 1971 A-
14. It's Everly Time by The Everly Brothers, 1960 B-
15. Jimmy Cliff by Jimmy Cliff, 1969 C-
16. The Easy Riders by The Easy Riders, 1957 B
17. John Renbourn by John Renbourn, 1965 C+

18. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek and the Dominoes, 1970 A-

1. Little Wing
2. Layla
3. Tell the Truth
4. Bell Bottom Blues
5. Nobody Knows You When Your Down and Out
6. Have You Ever Loved a Woman

7. It's Too Late
8. Key to the Highway
9. Keep on Growing
10. I Looked Away
11. Anyday

12. Thorn Tree in the Garden
13. Why Does Love Have to Be So Sad?

14. I Am Yours


19. Are You Experienced by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1967 A-
20. The Genius of Ray Charles by Ray Charles, 1959 C
21. The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album by Tony Bennett and Billi Evans, 1975 B-
22. 12 Songs by Randy Newman, 1970 A+
23. Dinah Jams by Dinah Washington, 1954 A-
24. Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds, 1965 C-
25. Beatles for Sale by The Beatles, 1964 C+
26. Where Did Our Love Go by The Supremes, 1964 B-
27. Spirit in the Dark by Aretha Franklin, 1970 B+
28. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie, 1972 A
29. After the Gold Rush by Neil Young, 1970 B-
30. Elton John by Elton John, 1970 B
31. Blue by Joni Mitchell, 1971 A-
32. Giant Steps by John Coltrane, 1960 A
33. Lady Sings the Blues by Billie Holiday, 1956 B-
34. The Sidewinder by Lee Morgan, 1964 B
35. The Smiths by The Smiths, 1984 B+
36. Tumbleweed Connection by Elton John, 1970 B+
37. Night Train by the Oscar Peterson Trio, 1963 A
38. The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady by Charles Mingus, 1963 A-
39. Just Another Diamond Day by Vashti Bunyan, 1970 B-
40. The Velvet Underground & Nico by The Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967 A-

1. Heroine
2. All Tomorrow's Parties
3. Sunday Morning
4. The Black Angel's Death Song
5. Venus in Furs

6. I'm Waiting for the Man
7. There She Goes Again

8. Femme Fatale
9. I'll Be Your Mirror

10. Run Run Run
11. European Son


41. Waltz for Debby by the Bill Evans Trio, 1962 B+
42. Lady Soul by Aretha Franklin, 1968 B-
43. Monk's Dream by Thelonious Monk, 1963 C-
44. Stand! by Sly & The Family Stone, 1969 B+
45. Fragile by Yes, 1971 C+
46. Motion by Lee Konitz, 1961 B
47. Somethin' Else by Cannonball Adderley, 1958 A-
48. Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan, 1975 A
49. Call Me by Al Green, 1972 D+
50. Rumors by Fleetwood Mac, 1977 B-
51. A Love Supreme by John Coltrane, 1965 B+
52. Innervisions by Stevie Wonder, 1973 A
53. Miss Rhythm by Ruth Brown, 1959 B-
54. Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson by Oscar Peterson & Ben Webster, 1959 C+
55. Anita Sings the Most by Anita O'Day, 1957 B
56. Saxophone Colossus by Sonny Rollins, 1956 B
57. OK Computer by Radiohead, 1997 A-
58. Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, 1959 A-
59. What's Going On by Marvin Gaye, 1971 B+
60. The Band by The Band, 1969 B+
61. I Want to See Bright Lights Tonight by Richard & Linda Thompson, 1974 B
62. Swingin' Easy by Sarah Vaughn, 1957 B-
63. Crosby, Stills & Nash by Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969 A-
64. Leon Russell by Leon Russell, 1970 C+
65. Talking Heads: 77 by Talking Heads, 1977 C
66. Boulders by Roy Wood, 1973 B-
67. Back to Black by Amy Winehouse, 2006 C-
68. Ride This Train by Johnny Cash, 1960 B-
69. Jazz at Massey Hall by The Quintet, 1953 C+
70. Odessa by the Bee Gees, 1969 C

2017

1. This is My Country by The Impressions, 1968 C-
2. Histoire de Melody Nelson by Serge Gainsbourg, 1971 A-
3. The Soft Bulletin by The Flaming Lips, 1999 C
4. The Amazing Nina Simone by Nina Simone, 1959 B
5. The Blues and The Abstract Truth by Oliver Nelson, 1961 A-
6. Very Tall by Oscar Peterson, 1961 B-
7. Off the Wall by Michael Jackson, 1979 A-
8. Wild Honey by The Beach Boys, 1967 C+
9. Something Else by The Kinks, 1967 B+
10. Speak No Evil by Wayne Shorter,
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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3221 on: March 18, 2016, 11:59:28 PM »


I intended to download his new album You And I but i mistakenly downloaded this one. It's great however. I like listening to his covers but these are worth it for his personality clips.

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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3222 on: March 19, 2016, 12:09:55 AM »
Turns out Amazon Prime Music is pretty useful. Listened to the Hamilton soundtrack (pretty great) and caught up on Brandi Carlile's two most recent albums in anticipation of the concert I'm going to in June.

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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3223 on: March 19, 2016, 01:54:09 PM »
I intended to download his new album You And I but i mistakenly downloaded this one. It's great however. I like listening to his covers but these are worth it for his personality clips.

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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3224 on: March 21, 2016, 04:15:34 AM »
That was great. Jeff to me will always be the greatest tragedy in music. How Grace never got a follow up is just sad.

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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3225 on: May 27, 2016, 01:31:06 AM »


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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3226 on: June 22, 2016, 12:28:20 AM »
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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3227 on: June 22, 2016, 11:48:07 AM »
I've been on a spree lately. Some club/dance stuff that's old but new to me, some catching up with a couple of Japanese artists I'd lost track of, and a lot of rediscovering old favorites (especially in the P-Funk universe). A bunch of recent acquisitions:

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Twice Upon a Time: The Singles*
Ray Charles - Ultimate Hits Collection
Patrick Cowley - School Daze
Patrick Cowley - Muscle Up
Patrick Cowley - Megatron Man
Patrick Cowley - Mind Warp
Parlet - Pleasure Principle*
Parlet - Play Me or Trade Me*
Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady**
Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette**
The Brides of Funkenstein - Never Buy Texas From a Cowboy*
Tuxedo - Tuxedo
Bumblebee Unlimited - Sting Like a Bee
Chic, Sister Sledge, Diana Ross, et al - Nile Rodgers Presents the Chic Organization
several entries in the "Choice: A Collection of Club Classics" series
New Order - Republic*
New Order - Music Complete/Complete Music
Tujiko Noriko - My Ghost Comes Back
Tujiko Noriko - Shojo Toshi+
Tujiko Noriko - Blurred in My Mirror
Tujiko Noriko - Trust
Tujiko Noriko - Make Me Hard
Tujiko Noriko + Takemura Nobukazu - East Facing Balcony
Tyme.xTujiko - GYU
Ram Rider - Audio Galaxy
Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa - Savage Imagination
Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa - Toropical Circle
Knife Pleats - Hat Park Beach
Brave Irene - Brave Irene
Washed Out - Paracosm
Go Sailor - Go Sailor*
Tiger Trap - Tiger Trap*
Tiger Trap - Sour Grass*
Gaze - Mitsumeru*
Gaze - Shake the Pounce
EMPD - Strictly Business
EMPD - Unfinished Business
Junie - The Westbound Years*
Junie - Bread Alone
P-Funk All Stars - Live at the Beverly Theater*
P-Funk All Stars - Live Greatest Hits 1972-1993*
Mutiny - Mutiny on the Mama Ship
Quazar - Quazar
Parliament - Gloryhallastoopid*
Parliament - Trombipulation*
Funkadelic - The Electric Spanking of War Babies*
The Sweat Band - Sweat Band
Black Uhuru - Chill Out
Freeez - Southern Freeez
Freeez - Gonna Get You
Gwen Guthrie - Gwen Guthrie
Gwen Guthrie - Portrait
Gwen Guthrie - Padlock
Bootsy Collins - Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band*
Bootsy Collins - Ahh... The Name is Bootsy, Baby!*
Bootsy Collins - This Boot is Made for Fonk-N*
Bootsy Collins - Bootsy? Player of the Year
Bootsy Collins - Ultra Wave*
Bootsy Collins - The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away
Bootsy Collins - What's Bootsy Doin'?
George Clinton - Computer Games*
Funkadelic - Live Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan 12th September 1971*
Eric B. and Rakim - Let the Rhythm Hit 'Em*
The Sundays - Blind*



* = previously owned and discarded, taking a fresh listen
** = upgrade to remastered/expanded edition

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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3228 on: July 01, 2016, 09:25:56 PM »
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Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Reply #3229 on: October 14, 2016, 05:06:24 PM »


No idea if any of these will be good, but got most of them for pennies. If there's one you love, let me know and I'll move it higher up on my priority list to listen to.