Friday, March 17, 2006

1. Louis Armstrong: Best of the Hot Sevens and Hot Fives
2. Duke Ellington: Live at the Fargo
3. Charlie Parker: The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings
4. John Coltrane: Ascension
5. Ornette Coleman: Dancing In Your Head
6. The Velvet Underground: White Light White Heat
7. Jackie McLean: Freedom Ring
8. Brian Eno: Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy
9. Captain Beefheart: Shiny Beast
10. John Lennon: Plastic Ono Band
11. Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
12. Thelonious Monk: Brilliant Corners
13. Richard Hell & the Voidoids: Blank Generation
14. Jelly Roll Morton: 1923 - 1924
15. Can: Tago Mago
16. Charles Mingus: Black Saint and Sinner Lady
17. Derek Bailey: Solo Guitar Volume One
18. Anthology of American Folk Music
19. Bill Dixon: Opium/For Franz
20. Otis Redding: Dictionary of Soul
21. Cecil Taylor: Unit Structures
22. Television: Adventure
23. Chet Baker: Lonely Star
24. Lewis & Gilbert: Dome
25. Leonard Cohen: Songs of Love & Hate
26. The Kinks: Something Else
27. Robert Johnson: King of the Delta Blues Singers (Columbia, 1961)
28. Sun Ra: Nothing Is
29. Sounds of New Music (Folkways 1958) with John Cage, Henry Cowell, Alexander Mossolov, Edgard Varese, etc
30. Sly & the Family Stone: There’s A Riot Going On
31. The Band: Music From Big Pink
32. Love: Forever Changes
33. Artie Shaw: 1939
34. No New York with DNA, Teenage Jesus & the Jerks, the Contortions & Mars
35. Nico: Marble Index
36. The Beach Boys: Smiley Smile
37. Bob Dylan: Basement Tapes
38. Doc Watson: Doc Watson (Vanguard, 1964)
39. Al Green: Belle
40. New Sounds in Electronic Music (Odyssey, 1969) with Steve Reich, Pauline Oliveros, & Richard Maxfield
41. Pere Ubu: New Picnic Time
42. Wire: Pink Flag
43. The Stooges: Funhouse
44. Gram Parson: Grievous Angels
45. The Temptations: Anthology 1964-73 (Motown, 1973)
46. Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto: Getz/Gilberto
47. Frank Sinatra: Portrait of Sinatra – Columbia Classics
48. Albert Ayler Trio: Spiritual Unity
49. The Rolling Stones: Exile On Main Street
50. Frank Wright: Trio
51. Ella Fitzgerald: The Cole Porter Songbook
52. The Beatles: Second Album
53. Van Morrison: Astral Weeks
54. Ann Peebles: Greatest Hits
55. The Fall: Hex Enduction Hour
56. Einsturzende Neubauten: Kollapse
57. Patti Smith: Horses
58. Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced?
59. Gil Evans Orchestra: Into the Hot
60. Syd Barrett: The Madcap Laughs
61. Stephane Grappelli: Grappelli Story
62. Talking Heads: Talking Heads 77
63. Howlin’ Wolf: Moanin’ in the Moonlight
64. Count Basie: The Original American Decca Recordings
65. Young Marble Giants: Colossal Youth
66. David Bowie: Hunky Dory
67. Django Reinhardt: Classic Early Recordings
68. Sonny Rollins: Saxophone Colossus
69. Hank Williams: I Ain’t Got Nothin’ But Time
70. Tom Waits: Swordfishtrombone
71. Joe Tex: I Believe I’m Gonna Make It – The Best of Joe Tex, 1964-1972 (Rhino, 1988)
72. The Byrds: Fifth Dimension
73. Big Star: 3rd
74. The Modern Lovers: The Modern Lovers
75. Ray Charles: Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music
76. The Clash: The Clash
77. Leadbelly: Leadbelly’s Last Sessions Vol. 2 (Folkways, 1953)
78. Swell Maps: A Trip to Marineville
79. Cat Power: The Covers Record
80. Rocket from the Tombs: The Day the Earth Met the Rocket from the Tombs
81. Glenn Branca: The Ascension
82. The Ramones: Leave Home
83. Willie Nelson: Yesterday’s Wine
84. Buffalo Springfield: Again
85. Sex Pistols: Never Mind the Bollocks
86. Aretha Franklin: Lady Soul
87. Jerry Lee Lewis: Original Golden Hits – Volume One
88. The Birthday Party: Prayers On Fire
89. Them: Them
90. Flying Burrito Brothers: The Gilded Palace of Sins
91. The Scene Is Now: Total Jive
92. Pink Floyd: Saucerful of Secrets
93. Mekons: Quality of Mercy is not Strnen
94. Sonic Youth: Confusion is Sex
95. Grateful Dead: Workingman’s Dead
96. Oscar Peterson Trio: West Side Story
97. Roxy Music: For Your Pleasure
98. The Doors: L.A. Woman
99. Tom T. Hall: Greatest Hits Volume III

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