The list author says: "Not a lot to say, music buff that is in college and spends endless nights indulging into the bliss of music. Have come across a decent amount of music in my day and some albums left a profound affect on my life. Hopefully you will learn something."
"This is the initial phase where Dylan burgeoned to electric. His sound really starts to mature on this album. Again, it is hard to pigeon hole someone of the caliber of Dylan to just one album. This happens to be my favorite. I use to listen to the final two songs daily."
"Throw out any preconceived notions that The Zombies were a "one hit wonder." Give Odessey and Oracle's a few turns and you will understand. "This Will Be Our Year" is in my top 10 tracks of all time."
"Best effort by the Lips in my opinion. Great concert band that usually gets more attention for their studio efforts. Wish more live recordings were available. Every time I list to "Yoshimi" I think of the first time I was at a Lips concert. Pure bliss."
"Maybe one of the most forgotten gems of all time. The Kinks are one of the more diverse groups I have come across. Often overshadowed by the Holy Trinity (Beatles, Stones, Who). Their talents went further than simple British pop. Some alt-country would later emerge. However, this is the album that defines The Kinks."
"It is impossible to pick my favorite album from my favorite band. But, this is probably the best place to start. Recorded in a barn. Jim James voice echoes like none other. Best American band since Wilco."
"I'm a rather large Phish fan, I know some aren't. A lot of people hold some animosity towards Phish. That's cool, to each his own. I own more Phish music than any other artist and can honestly say this is my favorite release. They play the entire "White Album" with zero flaws. While you may never like Phish, respect their ability to play."
"Quite simply, this album got me through my Freshman year. Other than his bootleg album "Exile on Frankline St.," I haven't found another Adams release on the same playing field. Some of the Whiskeytown stuff is good, not this good."
"A lot of critics prefer the "Velvet Underground & Nico." Groundbreaking album, I like this one better. Couldn't tell you why, just do. Overall Velvet Underground and the Lou Reed early albums aide any college student."
"Near perfect live recording. Definitive 1980s live band that emerged during the 1970s New York CBGB scene. Not necessarily a jam band, but as a renowned jam band loyalist; few have left their mark on jam bands like the Heads."
"My favorite Beatle and probably the best solo effort by any Beatle member. The man was filled with so much sadness, yet he harnesses that rather brilliantly with this double LP. Classic, pure legend. Harrison songwriting at its finest."
"Yes, Rolling Stone magazine trashed it, but I do not care. Anytime Eric Clapton and Duane Allman collaborate together on guitars, I'm all ears. It is quite a shame that Duane died so young. Sky Dog is probably my favorite guitarist."