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Mattyk 10-28-2005 10:44 PM

5 must have CDs
 
Lets say you're on a deserted island with only 5 CDs to listen to, what would you have with you?? Double CDs count as two!

Here's mine:
Bob Marley - Legend
Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
Dave Matthews Band - Under The Table And Dreaming
Tool - Undertow
The Clash - London Calling

skinsfanthru&thru 10-28-2005 11:19 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Linkin Park: Meteora
Talib Kweli: Quality
Korn: Follow the Leader
Lord of the Rings Return of the King Soundtrack
Sublime Greatest Hits

random yes ,but I'd need something different for whatever mood I'm in.

If I could I'd put them all together as well as some other stuff if I could have burnt mix cds :biggthump

jhold4th 10-28-2005 11:43 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Beatles-White Album

Tracy Chapman

Wilco & Billy Bragg-Mermaid Avenue

Springsteen-Born To Run

Marvin Gaye-Greatest Hits

itvnetop 10-29-2005 06:46 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Wu-Tang Clan- Enter the Wu
Nas- Illmatic
Miles Davis- Bitches Brew
Pink Floyd- Dark Side
Massive Attack- Mezzanine

BrudLee 10-29-2005 07:21 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Billy Bragg - Worker's Playtime
IKE - Parallel Universe
The Police - Synchronicity
The Jayhawks - Under the Green Grass
Michael Penn - Resigned

skinznut 10-29-2005 09:59 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
This is such an impossible question to answer. I would honestly have to say none and rely on my memory to listen to all my favorite music in my head. Having to listen to 5 discs over and over again would drive me insane.

SUNRA 10-29-2005 11:08 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Well let me refer to my voluminous memory bank to recall what albums stand out the most in my mind:

1. Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers- Greastest Hits (Go-Go music is still my inspiration and Chuck Brown belongs in the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame).

2.Donny Hathaway-A Song For You

3.Marvin Gaye-What's Going On

4.Stevie Wonder- Songs in the Key of Life

5.Karen Clark Sheard-A Balm in Gilead

Bushead 10-29-2005 11:52 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Sunra and I should jam out one day :)

1. Stevie wonder- Anything and everything
2. Earth, Wind, and Fire - Essiential album
3 Frank Sinatra - Greatest Hits
4.Joni Mitchell- Blue
5. Marvin Gaye- Greatest motown hits

I never really looked into Donny Hathaway stuff; I only know him from Roberta Flack Duets.

Mattyk 10-29-2005 10:52 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Always cool to see the wide range of music people listen to.

Mattyk 10-29-2005 10:54 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
[QUOTE=skinsfanthru&thru]Linkin Park: Meteora
Talib Kweli: Quality
Korn: Follow the Leader
Lord of the Rings Return of the King Soundtrack
Sublime Greatest Hits

random yes ,but I'd need something different for whatever mood I'm in.

If I could I'd put them all together as well as some other stuff if I could have burnt mix cds :biggthump[/QUOTE]

Sublime's 40 oz. to freedom would definitely be in my top 10

That Guy 10-29-2005 11:45 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
what if i have a mp3 cd/dvd player (with 200-1200 songs per disc)?

lots of scandanavian death metal for sure, but i got lots of rock, industrial, motown etc too, so i'd just take everything... cause the batteries don't really care how many CDs i've got.

SUNRA 10-29-2005 11:51 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
[QUOTE=Bushead]Sunra and I should jam out one day :)

1. Stevie wonder- Anything and everything
2. Earth, Wind, and Fire - Essiential album
3 Frank Sinatra - Greatest Hits
4.Joni Mitchell- Blue
5. Marvin Gaye- Greatest motown hits

I never really looked into Donny Hathaway stuff; I only know him from Roberta Flack Duets.[/QUOTE]

You know Bushead my girlfriend bought a copy of Donny Hathaway Live. Like you, I was only aware of his duets with Roberta Flack. But when I listened to this man pour his heart and soul out on this album in front of a intimate audience I was convinced that many of the singers like George Benson, Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder were inspired by his delivery and musicianship. With that said, go get that CD "Donny Hathaway Live."

Note: Donny Hathaway was a graduate of Howard University, where he met Roberta Flack. Donny was a student of Classical music as well as Country music because of the stories it told. He wrote so many scores for movie soundtracks in the seventies and was on the verge of becoming an ultimate composer of his own symphony. He truly was blessed with the ability to bring true R & B to the mainstream yet his life like so many brilliant artist came to end when he committed suicide in a NY Hotel. Dealing with lifes up and downs took it's toll on him mentally. He was committed to a mental hospital several times. I'm glad that his widow and daughter Lalah Hathaway allowed his CD to be released.

SmootSmack 10-30-2005 01:30 AM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Michael Jackson-Off the Wall
Robi Rosa-Libertad del Alma
Alejandro Sanz-Unplugged
Stevie Wonder-Songs in the Key of Life
Destiny's Child-really doesn't matter what cd, I just want something pretty to look at

There would be so many other CDs I'd want though. Tough, but good, question

joecrisp 10-30-2005 12:03 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Led Zeppelin-IV
The Essential Neil Diamond
Dave Matthews Band-Under the Table and Dreaming
Ted Leo + Pharmacists-Hearts of Oak
Travis-Singles

skinzfan44 10-30-2005 10:41 PM

Re: 5 must have CDs
 
Here's my top 5 in no order

Notorious BIG: Ready to Die
Dr. Dre: The Chronic
Motley Crue: Theater of Pain (spelled wrong)
Wu Tang Clan: Enter The 36 Chambers
The Police: Every Breath You Take...The Singles


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