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How can any "best of" list not include the Beatles? My favorite is "Help!"
This is the first holiday album I listen to each year!
Ah, I sometimes think I should be a stoner because I really do love 60's stoner music. Alas, I enjoy this album completely sober.
I discovered this album about 10 years ago and it is brilliant. I can't get enough of "National Express."
Old school country ballads by country's biggest living voice. Perfection.
Good movie, but even better soundtrack!
I have to thank Ellen Degeneres for exposing this quirky group to me. Love Letter to Japan was my favorite song last year.
Wow - this is the first 80's album on my list (surprising since my friends make fun of me for my 80's addiction).
This, to me, is the quintessential 80's album.
Ah, Janis - so much energy, gone too soon.
Natalie Merchant is an amazing songwriter. I have all of her solo stuff, plus everything she did with 10,000 Maniacs. But I could listen to his album in a dark room for hours on end.
A more recent discovery (which makes it rare to appear on an all-time favorite list). Such a moody album, though.
Albums don't get much more fun than this. It also brings back memories of living on my own for the first time in my life.
Ahh - another memory album. Whenever I hear songs from this album I'm brought back to working summers at Chef Sigmund's Chowder House on Cape Cod.
Again, how can any list not include the man in black?
Another college memory...chock full of quick, quirky, fun songs, this one reminds me of working at Record Town in Copley Place. Good times.
if this list wasn't alphabetized by album title, this album would definitely appear toward the top. If you don't have this one, BUY IT!
It's loud. It's rauncy. It's funny.