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Willie G. Moseley

I have the most albums by....(fill in the blank)

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Iron Maiden. Even the crap with "other" singer dude.

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Queensryche. Even the crap with the "other" guitar player dude.

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Steve Roach I think. He's put out so many CD's over the years. Some of them I don't like as much as his earlier stuff. He's kinda branched out stylistically. But I still have a whole pile of his CD's.

Why Steve Roach? I like the textures. I liek the feelings his music evokes. Steve Roach and stuff similar to his music is the stuff I put on when I wanna just enjoy a piece of music. Not analyze it, not appreciate the technical level it's at, not think about it, just feel it.

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I think roughly in order

ZZ-Top

Aerosmith

Kings-X

Charlie Hunter ( in various guises)

John Scofield

Basically I buy anything those first three put out. Same with Robin Trower, though his output hasn't been as large. I keep buying Aerosmith, hoping one day that they will be a rock band again.

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Rush

Jethro Tull

Frank Zappa

I never was fond of mainstream stuff...

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I have everything by Megadeth. Loyal fan and really like Mustaine, Polland and Friedman's playing.

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I have everything Gov't Mule has released. They and Thin Lizzy have the most songs on my iPod.

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edited to add descriptions:

King's X= all studio, all of the solo stuff (except 1 or 2 from Dug, I have one of his), demos etc. Sometimes it took awhile to get into their albums but then it would really hook you. Now I just lkike 'em right off. One of the best live performances I've seen. Very cool ppl too!!

then probably Cheap Trick I love the Beatles influence and they just write nice catchy pop tunes that rock, I like how the guys have stuck together (w/ a little break for Tom in there)

maybe Scorpions next? I haven't been into the newer stuff as much now but I really loved Lovedrive as my favorite (desert island stuff for me), I liked the aearlier stuff w/ Uli Jon Roth and the later cheesier stuff too.

edited to add:

I forgot Dream Theater! I haven't been into the newer stuff as much now but I really loved Images and Words and Awake, Falling into Infinity was my 1st one and then I got everything else past and present

Alcatraz (another post reminded me), I own all of them, or I should say I guess I still have them around! I like Gragham Bonnet. Plus the early stuff w/ Yngwie had some guys from New England (I have 2 of theirs two...was that NE's whole catalog?)

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Alright, I get to be the out-lier on the bell curve.

Hawkwind - Obscure (in US) Heavy Space Rock band. Pour in pounding hard rock and swirling synths, with a dash of poetry, and set blender on puree. Was Lemmy's old band before he formed Motorhead. With constant lineup changes (Lemmy was their 3rd of 8 bassists), every release was a slightly different flavor.

Have all Vinyl available, and 95+% of CDs.

Why? I haven't a clue, other than I've always liked stuff that's a bit more out there.

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red hot chili peppers

because flea is ridiculous

and no one puts on a better live performance

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60+ Zappa

40+ Dylan

40+ Clapton

40+ Van Morrison

30+ Stones

30+ Coltrane

20+ Allman Brothers

20+ Beatles

20+ Beach Boys

20+ Richard Thompson

20+ Fleetwood Mac

20+ Costello

20+ Pink Floyd

20+ Pearl Jam

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60+ Zappa

40+ Dylan

40+ Clapton

40+ Van Morrison

30+ Stones

30+ Coltrane

20+ Allman Brothers

20+ Beatles

20+ Beach Boys

20+ Richard Thompson

20+ Fleetwood Mac

20+ Costello

20+ Pink Floyd

20+ Pearl Jam

Yeah, lotsa Dylan and Costello too.

But my Jazz Butcher collection is pretty impressive too.

For the XTC nuts, I just got an interesting album called Orpheus by Peter Blegvad and Andy Partridge.

Used to have a big collection of Kate Bush too. Recently sold off most of my Bill Nelson collection.

-Jonathan

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RE Hawkwind: semi +1, although I don't have that many albums, I've got a live DVD or two and dubbed the audio over to CD. Best album ever from 'em was SPACE RITUAL, a live 1973 two-fer. Back then, if I had a date in my apartment that wasn't working out, all I had to do was put on the spoken word "Sonic Attack" from that album, and she'd be outta there so fast she'd leave a vapor trail....appropriate analogy, considering the band's approach...

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Probably Grant Green,

As a frontman, sideman, and some barely mentioned, One of the coolest

Next is probably The Black Crowes, then Diana Krall

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Tommy Bolin (lots of posthumous releases... great artist that never saw his full potential)

Beatles ... Duh

Rush ... One of the best live shows musically

Steely Dan ... Just flat out brilliant

Jeff Beck .... Continuously growing musically

Edited to add .... I'm really more interested in collecting local and friends music.... a good chunk of my collection is stuff few have heard of.... Just seems more personal...

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Led Zep, Beatles, Metallica, Skynyrd, Doors, Slayer.

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I have every Beatles record, many originals AND later reissues.

I have every Queen record.

I have most of the Allmans.

I have every Aerosmith record (except the 42 Greatest Hits that seem to come out every 5 months.)

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AC/DC

Supersuckers

Brian Setzer-Cats, BSO, solo

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Most albums...

Steely Dan and the Allman Brothers Band

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Probably Miles Davis or the Dead. I have enough live Grateful Dead on my Ipod to shuffle without repeating for weeks if not months. BTW, the lastest New Year's '76 at the Cow Palace in S.F. out on Rhino is worth getting for any Deadheads. Good to great vocals and playing as well. Set list is a little atypical but that's good.

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All of the Led Zeppelin catalog and then some...as in the form of bootlegs, Then tapes and cd's of Zep...why? because they are my favorite band.

Then , Judas Priest, The Black Crowes, Pearl Jam, Fleetwood Mac, Black Sabbath, Metallica....

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Definitely Zappa. Not counting boots, it's around 140. Counting boots, I don't want to think about.

A ton of Kiss stuff, too. I think there have been three non-comp official releases that I never got - "Hot In The Shade", "Psycho Circus", and stretching the non-comp a bit, "You Wanted The Best". I've gotten rid of some, too - "Crazy Nights" was such a dog, I couldn't stand it any more.

Ooh, and big Elton John and Who sections in my collection as well. And Nugent.

Alan

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Concrete Blonde, Cheap Trick,Beatles, Stones, Who, Horton Heat, the legendary shack shakers, Horror Pops

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On Vinyl - The Ventures (all original), Who, Allman Brothers, Yes, Gentle Giant, 70's Elton John

CD - Zappa, Rush, Tony Rice, Dave Grisman

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