Album by Album

Discussion in 'Music genres, Bands and Artists' started by Free Hat, Jul 4, 2017.

  1. Aja - Steely Dan. Their best album IMHO
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  2. The Allman Brothers Band - Live at Ludlow Garage
    Recorded in April 1970. Released in 1990.
    A very good album of the Allmans captured live. Not much editing or overdubbing.
    Straight from the stage to the four track reel to reel.
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  3. Robbin' The Hood
    Sublime
    February 8, 1994
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    1. Waiting for Bud
    2. Steady B Loop Dub
    3. Raleigh Soliloquy, Part I
    4. Pool Shark
    5. Steppin' Razor
    6. Greatest Hits
    7. Free Loop Dub
    8. Q-Ball
    9. Saw Red
    10. Work That We Do
    11. Lincoln Highway Dub
    12. Pool Shark (acoustic)
    13. Cisco Kid
    14. Raleigh Soliloquy, Part II
    15. STP
    16. Boss D.J.
    17. I Don't Care Too Much for Reggae Dub
    18. Falling Idols
    19. All You Need
    20. Freeway Time in LA County Jail
    21. Mary
    22. Raleigh Soliloquy, Part III
    23. Don't Push


    This is my favorite Sublime album. It's a good mix of songs, instrumental tracks, and recordings of a humorous rant by a guy with schizophrenia. Definitely a good album to throw on in the background while smoking.
     

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