LP's That Are Solid From Beginning To End

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  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts

    Did you really think so??

    I do!!!

    Just got done recording the whole thing. I love it!

    I guess finding one will be rough though, huh?

    This is my favorite Country LP of all time....I have only heard of one other copy and my bud in N.O. has it. Even the heaviest of the C&W guys, Bear Family, et al. have never heard of it.

    Was my write up accurate??

    oh absolutely... will be on the up in a few minutes...

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts

    being 'front to back consistent' is one of the most boring reasons to like an album ever

    what the hell does this mean?
    "I like this album because nothing really stands out above anything else!"

    Deej-Logic truly boggles the mind. I don't even understand how
    a reason for liking an album can be "boring" - tell us, Deej -
    what is an "exciting" reason for liking an album?


  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    what is an "exciting" reason for liking an album?

    Crappy tracks help make an album sound better, don't you know anything about good music?


  • Mike_BellMike_Bell 5,736 Posts

    Ghostface - Supreme Clientele

    It's better than Ironman, IMO.

  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts

    being 'front to back consistent' is one of the most boring reasons to like an album ever

    what the hell does this mean?
    "I like this album because nothing really stands out above anything else!"

    Deej-Logic truly boggles the mind. I don't even understand how
    a reason for liking an album can be "boring" - tell us, Deej -
    what is an "exciting" reason for liking an album?


    This dude is obviously clueless on every level and then some.

  • all tunes on these are truly brilliant (to my ears):

    Gyedu-Blay Ambolley "Simigwado"
    Marijata "This Is Marijata"
    Edzayawa "Projection One"
    The Sweet Talks "The Kusum Beat"
    Orlando Julius 10inch "Super Afro Soul"
    Geraldo Pino "Let's Have A Party"
    Geraldo Pino "Afro Soco Soul"
    ...

  • deejdeej 5,125 Posts
    it means that lots of great albums have weak and shitty tracks and that discussions of 'great albums without the occasional weak or shitty track' tend to be really boring, like whats the point? and there are a few albums mentioned in here where i'm not really feeling some tracks as much as others, and a lot of time that changes over time, these discussions are so lacking in nuance or insight zzzz

  • spelunkspelunk 3,400 Posts
    Cosine on the P.E. and Otis Redding. There isn't a track on this album that hasn't absolutley blown my mind:



    Also:

    Lo Borges - S/T
    CSNY - So Far

  • Boscoe and all of Secret Oysters records!

  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts
    it means that lots of great albums have weak and shitty tracks and that discussions of 'great albums without the occasional weak or shitty track' tend to be really boring, like whats the point? and there are a few albums mentioned in here where i'm not really feeling some tracks as much as others, and a lot of time that changes over time, these discussions are so lacking in nuance or insight zzzz

    The "insight" was directed at Mr. Whitebelt who was dissing LP's for having a few bad tracks. You type pretty well for being asleep....zzzzzzz

  • SPlDEYSPlDEY Vegas 3,367 Posts
    The ultimate in Solid.



    - spidey

  • damn I clicked on this thread to say Paranoid.


    Also:



  • pcmrpcmr 5,591 Posts


    and most necessiraly this

      

  • motown67motown67 4,513 Posts
    Since I'm listening to it right now:

    Eddie Kendricks - People Hold On

  • D'Angelo - Brown Sugar

  • MoogManMoogMan Sao Paulo, Brazil 1,173 Posts
    Seriously though, can't understand why nobody posted some JB record.

    For me:







    Peace

  • HarveyCanalHarveyCanal "a distraction from my main thesis." 13,234 Posts


  • rayray 77 Posts
    I hardly ever listen to this album without playing it from beginning to end...



  • bull_oxbull_ox 5,056 Posts
    it means that lots of great albums have weak and shitty tracks and that discussions of 'great albums without the occasional weak or shitty track' tend to be really boring, like whats the point? and there are a few albums mentioned in here where i'm not really feeling some tracks as much as others, and a lot of time that changes over time, these discussions are so lacking in nuance or insight zzzz

    LOL @ ipod generation

  • sbonesbone 144 Posts
    War "All Day Music"
    Marvin Gaye "What's Goin' On"
    Tower Of Power "East Bay Grease"
    Rolling Stones "Sticky Fingers"




    Add on................


    nice fav of mine would be 10" by carol kaye "picking up on the e string"

  • onetetonetet 1,754 Posts











    and couldn't find a pic, but David Ruffin s/t 1973.

  • it means that lots of great albums have weak and shitty tracks and that discussions of 'great albums without the occasional weak or shitty track' tend to be really boring, like whats the point? and there are a few albums mentioned in here where i'm not really feeling some tracks as much as others, and a lot of time that changes over time, these discussions are so lacking in nuance or insight zzzz

    Right.

    "Albums with some great tracks and some bad ones"
    would have been a much more exciting topic.

  • it means that lots of great albums have weak and shitty tracks and that discussions of 'great albums without the occasional weak or shitty track' tend to be really boring, like whats the point? and there are a few albums mentioned in here where i'm not really feeling some tracks as much as others, and a lot of time that changes over time, these discussions are so lacking in nuance or insight zzzz

    Right.

    "Albums with some great tracks and some bad ones"
    would have been a much more exciting topic.

    Exactly



  • luckluck 4,077 Posts

    Hell yes. (Got my M- copy for $8.)


    Also:

    Tyrone Davis - If I Could Turn Back The Hands Of TIme
    Lorraine Ellison - Stay With Me
    Cymande - Cymande


  • and most necessiraly this


    big


  • a few good ones that come to mind




    + Wilson Pickett's lp on Double L records


  • solid classics...

    Counts "What's Up Front That Counts"
    Peter King "Omo Lewa"
    S.O.U.L. "What Is It"
    S.O.U.L. "Can You Feel It"
    Invaders "Spacing Out
    Beginning Of The End "Funky Nassau"
    Matata "Independence"
    Lyman Woodard Organization "Saturday Night Special"
    Ana Mazzotti "Ana Mazzotti"
    Fela Kuti...

  • bob dylan's greatest hits
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