Wednesday, March 4, 2009

ON MUSIC ~ Essential Albums...



Edition #18

Thirteen Things about THE BUMBLES -
and Andy's essential albums...


1. Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan


2. London Calling - The Clash


3. Let It Bleed - The Rolling Stones


4. Nothing's Shocking - Jane's Addiction


5. Revolver - The Beatles


6. The Pretenders - The Pretenders


7. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan


8. Kind of Blue - Miles Davis


9. Music From Big Pink - The Band


10. Harvest Moon - Neil Young


11. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd


12. Loaded - The Velvet Underground


13. Blood on the Tracks - Bob Dylan



The purpose of the meme is to get to know everyone who participates a little bit better every Thursday. What do you do? Write Thirteen things about yourself, summarize your week in one entry, make it easy for other bloggers to get to know you on a weekly basis. Visiting fellow Thirteeners is not only encouraged, it is part of being a Thursday Thirteener! If you participate, leave the link to your Thirteen in others comments. It’s easy, and fun!


20 comments:

marcia@joyismygoal said...

Love love love Neil young

Betty said...

Ooohh, great albums these! DH loves Stevie Ray Vaughan and Pink Floyd too!

Heather said...

Some good selections, though you'll never find Dylan on MY playlist..ugh!

(Sorry--I know many revere him, but his voice grates on my nerves.)

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thornesworld said...

2, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12. Must haves :-)
Happy TT Bumbles!!
I'm up at both EW, with13 ways to Manifest Abundance and Thornesworld with
another gardening fever TT with lotsa links!
PS. love Dylan, just dont know which albums! hehe!

Sandy Nawrot said...

You've got it all going on with this one! Perhaps the only one I'd add for myself would be "Making Movies" by Dire Straits and "Born to Run" by the Boss.

Hootin' Anni said...

So many, so MANY great choices on your list.

My 13 is up now, if you'd like to take a break from your everyday chores...come on over for a visit, and have a great Thursday.

Tricia said...

Great list, full of great music. Alas, I have years of Hannah & the Jonas Brothers left in my future.

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Adelle Laudan said...

Great selection. My T13 is on my favs as well. Happy T13!

jupitersinclair said...

Aw,man...great list. My oldest son is a musicaholic like me and we have these Essential Albums discussions all the time. We agree with a lot of these choices :)

jupitersinclair said...

Meant to add....
The son is biking across the country and chose to take only 10 CDs with him. "Blonde on Blonde" made his list. Here's his guest post on his 10:
http://jupitersinclair.wordpress.com/2009/02/23/guest-post-my-top-10-albums-to-travel-the-open-road/

Carmen Shirkey said...

How did I miss the memo about Thursday 13 having a music theme this week?! Lots of music posts. :)

Paige Tyler said...

Interesting TT! I've never heard of any of those albums! LOL!

*hugs*
Paige

My TT is at http://paigetylertheauthor.blogspot.com/

Jo-Jo said...

What a great assortment of music!

On a limb with Claudai said...

Wow, some great choices here - but I can't stand the rolling stones.

Hmmm.....

I guess that doesn't cancel out the rest! ;)

Mary said...

From Miles Davis to Pink Floyd to Bob Dylan to the Clash. That's a very eclectic list!

Happy TT!

Nicola O. said...

Hah, great idea for a list. I only have 2 of those, but I have other albums by some of the represented artists (I'm fond of Best-Of albums -- Stones, Pretenders, The Kinks...)

Also a decided NON-Bob Dylan fan here.

An Eerie Tapestry said...

Have to confess that I've got exactly none of those albums, but a good varied selection nonetheless.

Nicholas said...

I have #5. On a cassette actually -- so very retro! I don't have any of the others. In fact, haven't heard of most of them. I suppose everyone's idea of essential is different.

priscilla said...

Awesome list! The only thing I might change on mine is replacing...er...uh...The Band with The Who Who's Next. Everything else stays. I especially love that you have Blood on The Tracks here, and included Stevie Ray Vaughn!

Janet said...

Two Dylans and no Zep? *shakes head*