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I'll second the FM album. It is one of my all time favourites. and I'll add.Rough Trade Live! Direct to DiscThelma Houston & Pressure Cooker – I've Got The Music In Me (direct to disc)Rob McConnell And The Boss Brass – Big Band Jazz (direct to disc)At the time this was one of the best live recordings.The Tubes - What Do You Want from Live
RockBridge of Sighs original was good, but the Friday Music re-release is better.Alan Parsons - I Robot, Edgar Allen Poe, Turn of a Friendly CardCat Stevens - all of them + the re-releasesStevie Ray Vaughn - Couldn't Stand the WeatherDire Straits - all of themAmbrosia - 1st 2 albumsMoody Blues - everything up to Every Good Boy Deserves FavorSantana - Abraxas, Moonflower (reissue)Traffic - most of themVan Morrison - MoondanceCSNY - So Far, CSN, Simon & Garfunkel - all of themSteely Dan - all of themJames Taylor - all of themRobert Plant - Raising SandPink Floyd - all of themThe Who - Who's NextJoni Mitchell - all the early & mid-period onesJazz - there seems to be more consistently fine recordings in this category, almost all jazz from the 50's - 60's will sound damn good, just pick your guy and go with itOregon - all of them (Damn near everything on the ECM label sounds awesome)Andreas Vollenweider - all of themEberhard Weber - all of themPat Metheny - all of themAcoustic Alchemy - most of themCount Basie - most of them, but especially 88 Basie StreetOscar Peterson - anything on the Pablo label (most Pablo recordings are awesome)Ray Charles - Ray Sings Basie SwingsThe Rippingtons - consistently good "studio" soundDavid Benoit - all of themLee Ritenour - all of themDave Gruisin - all of them (anything on the GRP label is good)Getz/Gilberto - s/tChet Baker - most of themJimmy Smith - most of themBlueshell, they all seem to sound good
Eric Clapton – UnpluggedTalking Heads – Stop Making Sense10,000 Maniacs – In My TribeSting – Nothing but the SunAnd not the best sounding album in my collection, but what I’m listening to now – Paul McCartney, Red Rose Speedway
Joni Mitchell - Court & Spark - White Label Promo - Flawless!
Jazz: Joe Sample/Ray Brown/Shelly Manne - The Three. This one puts the trio in your listening room, really exceptional.
My copy of Robin Trower's "Bridge of Sighs" sounds tremendous.
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