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If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
Alian2  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:33 AM)
Chrysalis  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:31 AM)
I've got all of those on vinyl... chuckle

You must be old like me then...

Old enough to know better, too young to care. Anon
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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:29 AM)
Rolling Stones - Street Fighting Man
From the album: Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!



The Rolling Stones ‎– The Marquee Club (1971)




Best Rolling Stones live bootleg around - raw energy, good sound mix and quality performance.
Just as good as Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out
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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
Chrysalis  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:38 AM)
Alian2  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:33 AM)
You must be old like me then...

Old enough to know better, too young to care. Anon

Too old to die young
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Post: #20
RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
RoXY  Wrote: (08-23-2019 08:44 AM)
My pick:

- David Byrne & Brian Eno - My life in the bush of ghosts
- Rolling Stones – Get yer ya-ya’s out!
- The Clash – Sandinista!
- Santana – Caravanserai
- Underworld – Everything Everything
- Talking Heads – Stop Making Sense
- Brian Eno - Thursday Afternoon
- Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
- David Bowie – Station to Station
- Terence Trent D’Arby – Introducing the Hardline According To

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I am always intrigued by Top 10 Lists, especially when it comes to music.

For starters, what constitutes an album?

I remember buying Albums. I remember 8-Tracks. I remember buying cassettes. I remember building a CD collection. I remember spending hours and hours digitizing my entire CD collection into MP3 format and storing on a portable drive. I remember migrating that data to a Solid State Drive. I remember shaking my head when I realized that all my work was unnecessary as I could now simply stream my entire music collection from any number of streaming services.

But back to what is an album.
Does a double album count? The White Album by The Beatles is a double album and was only sold as a double album.

How about Triple Albums? All Things Must Pass by George Harrison is a triple album. It was only sold as a triple album, as was Triplicate by Bob Dylan.

So now that we have determined, that an album must not consist of a simple, single album, we are posed with another dilemma. If an album is not limited in length, then should we consider the RETROSPECTIVE BOX SET to be considered as a single album.

Consider. Most Retrospective Box Sets come as a complete set, and in many instances, a very specifically designed package that is unique to that BOX SET, often creating a unique album package.

So, if we now consider a box set to be considered an album, as well as double and triple albums. We can now examine our choices carefully. Should we limit ourselves to a single album containing 11 songs by an artist, or should we instead take the 231 track career retrospective?

But a more important question need be asked. Why limit yourself to 10 artist?

While some artists are incredibly talented and worthy of inclusion, you are going to a desert island, ostensibly for the rest of your life, with no chance of changing your mind.

Variety as they say is the spice of life. Maybe having a collection of ten variety albums might just keep you from going insane.
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Post: #22
RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 09:06 AM)
RoXY  Wrote: (08-23-2019 08:44 AM)
My pick:

- David Byrne & Brian Eno - My life in the bush of ghosts
- Rolling Stones – Get yer ya-ya’s out!
- The Clash – Sandinista!
- Santana – Caravanserai
- Underworld – Everything Everything
- Talking Heads – Stop Making Sense
- Brian Eno - Thursday Afternoon
- Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
- David Bowie – Station to Station
- Terence Trent D’Arby – Introducing the Hardline According To

.

I am always intrigued by Top 10 Lists, especially when it comes to music.

For starters, what constitutes an album?

I remember buying Albums. I remember 8-Tracks. I remember buying cassettes. I remember building a CD collection. I remember spending hours and hours digitizing my entire CD collection into MP3 format and storing on a portable drive. I remember migrating that data to a Solid State Drive. I remember shaking my head when I realized that all my work was unnecessary as I could now simply stream my entire music collection from any number of streaming services.

But back to what is an album.
Does a double album count? The White Album by The Beatles is a double album and was only sold as a double album.

How about Triple Albums? All Things Must Pass by George Harrison is a triple album. It was only sold as a triple album, as was Triplicate by Bob Dylan.

So now that we have determined, that an album must not consist of a simple, single album, we are posed with another dilemma. If an album is not limited in length, then should we consider the RETROSPECTIVE BOX SET to be considered as a single album.

Consider. Most Retrospective Box Sets come as a complete set, and in many instances, a very specifically designed package that is unique to that BOX SET, often creating a unique album package.

So, if we now consider a box set to be considered an album, as well as double and triple albums. We can now examine our choices carefully. Should we limit ourselves to a single album containing 11 songs by an artist, or should we instead take the 231 track career retrospective?

But a more important question need be asked. Why limit yourself to 10 artist?

While some artists are incredibly talented and worthy of inclusion, you are going to a desert island, ostensibly for the rest of your life, with no chance of changing your mind.

Variety as they say is the spice of life. Maybe having a collection of ten variety albums might just keep you from going insane.

The Clash – Sandinista! is a triple album
But an album is an album, whether it's a double or a triple album. it still counts as one album - in my book.

So I have chosen 10 albums I can play for ever without getting bored.

I can think of some other albums I'd wish to take with me...
- Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn
- David Crosby - If I could only remember my name
- Yes - The Yes album
- Paul Simon - The Rhythm of the saints
- Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
- Roxy Music - Viva!
- Iggy Pop - The Idiot
- Led Zeppelin - II
- Lou Reed - Rock 'n Roll Animal

... but I can bring only 10 albums because that's the law of the (is)land.
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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:10 AM)
Albrecht Bear  Wrote: (08-24-2019 07:35 AM)
Is there power on this desert island so that the records can be played?

There's power, a Technics SL 1210 MK2 turntable, an amplifier and speakers

.......... Ptime2

Ok, in that case I'd bring ten identical LPs (because records can get scratched or broken) all of Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" (1979).

It is a fine thing to be honest, but it is also very important to be right. - Winston Churchill
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Post: #24
RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 09:51 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 09:06 AM)
I am always intrigued by Top 10 Lists, especially when it comes to music.

For starters, what constitutes an album?

I remember buying Albums. I remember 8-Tracks. I remember buying cassettes. I remember building a CD collection. I remember spending hours and hours digitizing my entire CD collection into MP3 format and storing on a portable drive. I remember migrating that data to a Solid State Drive. I remember shaking my head when I realized that all my work was unnecessary as I could now simply stream my entire music collection from any number of streaming services.

But back to what is an album.
Does a double album count? The White Album by The Beatles is a double album and was only sold as a double album.

How about Triple Albums? All Things Must Pass by George Harrison is a triple album. It was only sold as a triple album, as was Triplicate by Bob Dylan.

So now that we have determined, that an album must not consist of a simple, single album, we are posed with another dilemma. If an album is not limited in length, then should we consider the RETROSPECTIVE BOX SET to be considered as a single album.

Consider. Most Retrospective Box Sets come as a complete set, and in many instances, a very specifically designed package that is unique to that BOX SET, often creating a unique album package.

So, if we now consider a box set to be considered an album, as well as double and triple albums. We can now examine our choices carefully. Should we limit ourselves to a single album containing 11 songs by an artist, or should we instead take the 231 track career retrospective?

But a more important question need be asked. Why limit yourself to 10 artist?

While some artists are incredibly talented and worthy of inclusion, you are going to a desert island, ostensibly for the rest of your life, with no chance of changing your mind.

Variety as they say is the spice of life. Maybe having a collection of ten variety albums might just keep you from going insane.

The Clash – Sandinista! is a triple album
But an album is an album, whether it's a double or a triple album. it still counts as one album - in my book.

So I have chosen 10 albums I can play for ever without getting bored.

I can think of some other albums I'd wish to take with me...
- Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn
- David Crosby - If I could only remember my name
- Yes - The Yes album
- Paul Simon - The Rhythm of the saints
- Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
- Roxy Music - Viva!
- Iggy Pop - The Idiot
- Led Zeppelin - II
- Lou Reed - Rock 'n Roll Animal

... but I can bring only 10 albums because that's the law of the (is)land.

I agree, and therefore each considered 1 album

Message in a Box - Police

Citizen Steely Dan - Steely Dan

Miles Davis: The Complete Columbia Album Collection

Beg, Scream and Shout: The Big Box of Soul

Led Zeppelin Definitive Collection

Rhino Have a Nice Decade box sets for 60's 70's, 80's, 90's

Ella Fitzgerald - The Songbooks
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Post: #25
RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-24-2019 08:10 AM)
Albrecht Bear  Wrote: (08-24-2019 07:35 AM)
Is there power on this desert island so that the records can be played?

There's power, a Technics SL 1210 MK2 turntable, an amplifier and speakers

.......... Ptime2


Aaah, now we're talking.

Sod bringing records then, just need a 303 an 808 and a 909.
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What tha f*#k is a record?
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What tha f*#k is a record?

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I try not to put limitations on infinity.

Would probably take a bunch of instruments and make my own.
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The amount of miracles Jesus performed in his life and what they were is the only record I would take...! Imagine just cracking some of the secrets they hold... fish at a gesture or word... healing the same...man you could even walk to the nearest town over the sea.

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RE: If you could take 10 RECORDS to a DESERT ISLAND…
Records? I will try to see if anything I choose has a record counterpart...they won't be put in any specific order, just as I think of them.

1. https://i.imgur.com/F5zxi0v.jpg Twin Temple
2. https://i.imgur.com/x1ZYOiG.jpg Ghost Meliora
3. https://i.imgur.com/NOLLOWR.jpg Poppy
4. https://i.imgur.com/gw406rw.jpg If she ever makes this into an album, Yung Elita.
5. https://i.imgur.com/noZqKCo.png W13
6. https://i.imgur.com/hhe8gXV.jpg H.I.M
7. https://i.imgur.com/mPI1KtB.jpg Ariana Grande Thank U Next
8. https://i.imgur.com/cCGpFFw.jpg Joji
9. https://i.imgur.com/MOANa9n.jpg Marilyn manson, no vinyl for it but I own the CD.
10. https://i.imgur.com/c3yL8Iz.jpg Murderdolls, own the CD.

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