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Gammons' top 20 cds


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I guess it could have gone in the MLB forum, but it has nothing to do with baseball....

 

anyway, his list pwns.

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page3/story...=gammons/040802

 

1. "The Rolling Stones, Now." "And listen to my heart go bumbitybump ..."

 

2. "Waiting for Columbus," Little Feat. "Boogie my scruples away ..."

 

 

3. "Pearl Jam Live" at Great Woods, July 2, 2003. "...Such a happenin' tailpipe of a party ..."

 

 

4. "Live in Blue," Midnight Oil. "Some say that's progress, I say it's cruel ..."

 

 

5. "Electric Ladyland," Jimi Hendrix. "And the gods made love."

 

 

6. "Live in Europe," Otis Redding. "Justajustajustajusta try a little t e n d e r n e s s ..."

 

 

For Gammons, Jimi Hendrix's "Electric Ladyland" rounds out the top five.

7. "For Everyman," Jackson Browne. "Let me clue you in/it ain't like him/to argue over ten/honey let me introduce you to my redneck friend."

 

 

8. "Loud, Fast, The Ramones: Their Toughest Hits." "Sheena is a punk rocker."

 

 

9. "A Joyful Noise," The Derek Trucks Band.

 

 

10. "Highway 61 Revisited," Bob Dylan. "Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot fighting in the captain's towers ..."

 

 

11. "Then and Now," The Who. "I see right through your plastic mac."

 

 

12. "Live at The Apollo II," James Brown. "Please, please, please ..."

 

 

13. "Mr. Bad Example," Warren Zevon. "I've been a rebel all my days."

 

 

14. "Live in San Antonio," Lyle Lovett. "If the preacher preaches long enough, even he gets hungry too."

 

 

15. "Just Won't Burn," Susan Tedeschi. "Mama, he treats your daughter mean."

 

 

16. "Blackout," Dropkick Murphys. "The worker is workin' when the fat cat's about."

 

 

17. "An American Music Band," The Electric Flag. "You gotta nickel, I gotta dime, let's get together and drink some wine ..."

 

 

18. "Live at The Fillmore," The Allman Brothers. "I ain't goin' out that front door."

 

 

19. "The Best of Wilson Pickett."

 

 

20. "The Last Record Album," Little Feat. "Help wanted, but not enough."

 

Wilson Pickett, Allman Brothers, Derek Trucks Band (I cant believe Gammons has heard them, much less has their cd....I got it too), Otis Redding, Little Feat. Good list Pete!

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