Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Benjamin, Mar 30, 2004.
What is your favorite "Classic" Rock Album of all time?
Is the White Album by the Beatles considered rock? When I absolutely HAVE to pick that's usually the one I choose..
PS: looking for some albums to demo?
Yes, I would consider the White Album a classic rock album.
PS: No, just in one of those moods to listen to some classics and wanted to hear everyone's favorites.
Well, I'll add The Doors, Band on the Run and Brothers in Arms by the Dire Straits.
I'm just going to have to throw a few out, can't choose one, White Album, Abbey Road, Dark side of the moon, SGT Pepper.
Queen--A Night at the Opera
Led Zep I is still tremendous 35+ years later. Who's Next is definitely a good one and for those with a taste for the classic stuff that did not get played to death on the radio In the Court of the Crimson King is also a great listen.
Benjamin - You're just going to have to DEMO a few hundred classic rock albums and then make your own choice.
Phli that is too good !!!!!!
Supertramp - Crime of the Century
Dark Side of the Moon---Pink Floyd
Supertramp? Dire Straits? Hahahaha... I hope the only place where you're spinning is at the tennis club... Let me guess, are you fans of Roger's headband too?
Surrealistic Pillow by Jefferson Airplane. Loved Jim Carrey's take on Somebody to Love.
Oh, yeah, Rogers Headband. Great group...
Cruzer, that albums been in my mind since the Tennis Anyone post, funny you should mention it.
More greats - Pearl / Janis Joplin; War Child / Jethro Tull, and (it just has to be here) Joe's Garage.
Sgt. Peppers ... white album ... Rubber Soul ... Abbey Road ... Live at Fillmore East ... Eat a Peach ... Who's Next ... Sticky Fingers ... Street Survivors ... Drippin' Wet ... Blonde on Blonde ... John Barleycorn ... Surrealistic Pillow ... American Beauty ... Disraeli Gears ... Derek and the Dominos.
Cypo! Joe's Garage!!!! Awesome, I woulda never figured. Are you a Catholic girl? Or a crew ----? I'm impressed. LOL
Jethro Tull ... Stand Up (his second)
Jimi Hendrix ... Electric Ladyland
The Airplane ... Volunteers of America
Lead Zep II
Camilio I'm neither, but tell, does it hurt when you pee ?
Actually I have to confess, it's a love/hate thing with Zappa and me. I really hate admiring such an egotistical arse, but he was brilliant.
"Live at Leeds" The Who
Yes, Cypo, but only after I've had a lot of fun. LOL
Led Zeppelin- Houses of the Holy
Zeppelin I, II, III, IV
Beatles- Rubber Soul
Led Zeppelin - Zeppelin II
U2 - Under A Blood Red Sky
Van Halen - Van Halen
Weasels rip my flesh.
bcaz has a great list, I suspect he's over 50, just like me. Add to his list: Layla, Jefferson Airplane- After Bathing at Baxter's, Bless it's Pointed LIttle Head, Beach Boys- Pet Sounds, Carole King- Tapestry, CCR- Bayou Country, Neil Young- After the Goldrush, CS&N & 4 Way Street, Elton John- Tumblewwed Connection, Madman Across the Water, Jethro Tull- Aqualung, Joni Mitchell- Blue, Miles of Aisles, Rod Stewart- Every PIcture Tells a Story, The Yes Album, Led Zep I, II and House of the Holy.
Frank Zappa-- Sheik Yerbouti, and anything he did with the Mothers also.
and if it's classic/progressive slant:
Rush-- Fly By Night and Farwell to Kings
Queen I and II
King Crimson-- Court of the Crimson King
Uriah Heep-- Salisbury
Blue Oyster Cult-- Agents of Fortune
Jethro Tull-- Aqualung
Yes-- Fragile/Close to the Edge
Kansas-- Greatest Hits
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer-- Best of
Styx-- Pieces of Eight
I can't believe I left out Pets Sounds and Electric Ladyland! :shock:
good call with the zappa! and of course the beatles. how 'bout the royal scam by steely dan?
Beatles "Revolver; Cream "Disraeli Gears"; The Clash "London Calling"; Jimi Hendrix "Hendrix in the West": The Who "Live at Leeds."
AC/DC's Back In Black.
Black Sabbath...Black Sabbath. The first one that started it all for the Oz.
King Crimson-Court of the Crimson King...Greg Lake's kickoff.
Deep Purple-Machine Head...ah Machine Head; that was my "handle" on the ole' CB radio in the days when that was popular.
Jethro Tull-A Passion Play...one of the very best concerts I've seen.
Woodstock Soundtrac-Ten Years After, Hendrix...wow!
That's enough...I'm feeling really old now!
In addition to what I had written previously, I also like:
Bad Company-Bad Company
Tom Petty- his first album
You're Gonna Get It
Full Moon Fever
Let Me Up(I've Had Enough)
Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller Band
Hotel California - The Eagles
Rumors - Fleetwood Mac
After The Gold Rush - Neil Young
Deja vu - Crosby, Stills and Nash
Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller Band
Aja - Steely Dan
Seems there's a lot of old rockers here.
Mountain's first album (can't remember the name).
Former owner of a Gibson SG Standard, Fender Dual Showman, Vox Crybaby and all of it boosted with the LPB-1.
By many people (myself included) the best ever is:
Back In Black - AC/DC
My choice is the first Van Halen Album, Van Halen I.
The Beatles - Rubber Soul and Revolver
The Doors - LA Woman
Hendrix - Electric Ladyland and Axis Outtakes
MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Pink Floyd- DSOTM, Meddle and Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Syd Barrett - The Madcap Laughs
VU - The Velvet Underground and Nico
Still like "Dark Side of the Moon"--Pink Floyd. Also, enjoy listening to "The Allen Parson's Project", and most old Eagles albums.
Yes - "Close to the Edge"
Deep Purple "In Rock"
Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon"
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