The Great Rock N Roll Collection

Discussion in 'Music' started by GrievousAngel, Jun 6, 2004.

  1. GrievousAngel

    GrievousAngel Banned

    I need some help, lots of it. I am in the process of creating and mantaining a dam near perfect collection of rock n roll from the late 60's and early 70's (Rock N Roll's peak). So far i have this,

    The Rolling Stones-Aftermath, Exile on Main Street, Beggar's Banquet, Sticky Fingers, and Let it Bleed.
    Bob Dylan-all his albums from 63-75 skipping a few bad ones
    The Who-Tommy
    The Byrds-Sweetheart of the Rodeo, Mr. Tambourine Man
    The Doors-The Doors, LA woman, Morrison Hotel
    Iggy Pop-Raw power
    Capt. Beefheart-Trout Mask Replica
    Gram Parsons-GP/Grievous Angel
    Led Zeppelin-1-4
    The Beatles-Sgt Peppers, White Album, Abby Road
    Pink Floyd-Dark side, PATGOD
    Neil Young-Harvest

    I may be forgetting a few bands, but now i need to know what else do i need to make this complete, so i can brag to all my friends about my music kicking the shit out of thiers
     
  2. bokonon

    bokonon Senior Member

    You'll need some Velvet Underground :)
    Rephrased...You'll need the first four Underground albums,
    'The Velvet Underground'
    'White Light/White Heat'
    'The Velvet Underground & Nico'
    'Loaded'

    More from The Beatles and Pink Floyd (I'm a bit of a completist when it comes to these two, but...) For now, 'Let It Be', 'Magical Mystery Tour' and 'Revolver'. Floyd must haves from this period to me are, 'Animals', 'Atom Heart Mother' and 'Meddle'.

    Umm, ah of course! Jimi Hendrix! Never goes a-miss. Big Brother and the Holding Company, Jefferson Airplane, Love. "Forever Changes" is a definate must have.

    Hope that helps you out.
     
  3. Micro

    Micro Member

    It's like a never ending journey collecting cds. Even if you had unlimited funds it would be a task to collect all the great music there is out there. But it sure is fun trying. I've been collecting for a few years now, and the collection was getting large so I started keeping inventory. Here's a cut & paste in progress.

    AC/DC
    -Highway to Hell
    -Back in Black

    AEROSMITH
    -Aerosmith
    -Get Your Wings
    -Toys in the Attic
    -Rocks
    -Draw the Line
    -Live Bootleg

    THE ALLMAN BROTHERS
    -The Fillmore Concerts
    -Eat a Peach
    -Brothers & Sisters
    -An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: 1st Set
    -An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: 2nd Set
    -Hittin' the Note

    BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE
    -The Best of BTO (So Far)

    BAD COMPANY
    -10 From 6

    THE BAND
    -Music From The Big Pink
    -The Band
    -Stagefright
    -Rock of Ages

    THE BEATLES
    -Rubber Soul
    -Revolver
    -Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    -Magical Mystery Tour
    -The White Album
    -Abbey Road
    -Let It Be

    JEFF BECK
    -Blow By Blow
    -Wired
    -There & Back
    -Guitar Shop

    BLACK SABBATH
    -Black Sabbath
    -Paranoid
    -Master of Reality
    -Volume 4
    -Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath
    -Sabotage
    -Technical Ecstasy
    -Heaven & Hell
    -The Mob Rules

    BLIND FAITH
    -Blind Faith

    BLOOMFIELD-KOOPER-STILLS
    -Super Session

    BLUE OYSTER CULT
    -Blue Oyster Cult/Tyranny/Secret Treaties
    -Extraterrestrial Live

    BLUESBREAKERS
    -Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton

    DAVID BOWIE
    -Space Oddity
    -The Man Who Sold the World
    -Hunky Dory
    -Ziggy Stardust
    -David Live

    BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
    -The Best of Buffalo Springfield...Retrospective

    PAUL BUTTERFIELD
    -East West

    CACTUS
    -Cactology:The Cactus Collection

    CAPTAIN BEYOND
    -Captian Beyond

    CHAMBERS BROTHERS
    -The Time Has Come

    CHARLATONS
    -The Amazing Charlatans

    CHICAGO
    -Chicago Transit Authority
    -II
    -III

    ERIC CLAPTON
    -Eric Clapton
    -461 Ocean Blvd.

    ALICE COOPER
    -Love It To Death
    -Killer
    -School's Out
    -Billion Dollar Babies
    -Greatest Hits

    COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH
    -Electric Music for the Mind and Body

    CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
    -Chronicle

    CREAM
    -The Very Best Of
    -Live Cream
    -Live Cream Vol.2

    CROSBY,STILLS,NASH & YOUNG
    -Crosby Stills & Nash
    -Deja Vu

    DEEP PURPLE
    -Deep Purple In Rock
    -Fireball
    -Machine Head
    -Deep Purple in Concert

    DEREK & THE DOMINOES
    -Layla
    -Live at the Fillmore

    DOOBIE BROTHERS
    -Best of the Doobies

    THE DOORS
    -In Concert
    -The Best Of

    BOB DYLAN
    -Greatest Hits

    ELECTRIC FLAG
    -Old Glory: The Best of Electric Flag

    FEVER TREE
    -San Francisco Girls: The Best of Fever Tree
    -Fever Tree/Another Time Another Place

    FLEETWOOD MAC
    -Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac BBC

    FOGHAT
    -King Biscut Live

    FREE
    -The Best of Free

    FUNKADELIC
    -Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
    -Maggot Brain

    GRAND FUNK RAILROAD
    -Live: The 1971 Tour

    THE GRATEFUL DEAD
    -The Grateful Dead
    -Anthem of the Sun
    -AOXOMOXOA
    -Live at the Fillmore
    -Workingman's Dead
    -American Beauty
    -The Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
    -Europe '72
    -Without a Net
    -Dozin' at the Knick

    GREAT SOCIETY
    -Collector's Item

    HEART
    -Dreamboat Annie
    -Little Queen

    JIMI HENDRIX
    -Are You Experienced?
    -Axis:Bold As Love
    -Electric Ladyland
    -Band of Gypsys
    -Isle of Wight
    -First Rays of the New Rising Sun
    -South Saturn Delta
    -BBC Sessions

    H.P. LOVECRAFT
    -Live May 11, 1968
    -H.P. Lovecraft/H.P. Lovecraft II

    HUMBLE PIE
    -Performance Rockin The Fillmore
    -Smokin'

    THE JAMES GANG
    -Greatest Hits

    JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
    -After Bathing at Baxters
    -Bless it's Pointed little Head
    -Loves You

    JETHRO TULL
    -This Was
    -Stand Up
    -Benefit
    -Aqualung
    -Thick as a Brick

    JANIS JOPLIN
    -Cheap Thrills
    -Kozmic Blues
    -Pearl
    -Winterland '68

    KAK
    -KAK-OLA

    KING CRIMSON
    -In the Court of the Crimson King
    -In the Wake of Poseidon

    KISS
    -Alive
    -Alive II

    LED ZEPPELIN
    -Led Zeppelin
    -II
    -III
    -IV
    -Houses of the Holy
    -Physical Graffitti
    -Presence
    -The Song Remains the Same
    -BBC Sessions
    -How the West Was Won

    LITTLE FEAT
    -Little Feat
    -Sailin' Shoes
    -Dixie Chicken
    -Waiting for Columbus

    LYNYRD SKYNYRD
    -(pronounced'leh-nerd'skin-nerd)
    -Second Helping
    -Nuthin' Fancy
    -Gimme Back My Bullets
    -One More From the Road
    -Street Survivors

    FRANK MARINO
    -Strange Universe
    -The Power of Rock and Roll
    -Juggernaut
    -Double Live
    -Dragonfly:The Best of FM&MR

    BOB MARLEY
    -Burnin'
    -Catch a Fire
    -Live
    -Rastaman Vibration
    -Exodus
    -Uprising

    MOBY GRAPE
    -Moby Grape

    MONTROSE
    -Montrose

    MOUNTAIN
    -The Best Of Mountain

    NAZARETH
    -Hair of the Dog

    TED NUGENT
    -Ted Nugent
    -Free For All
    -Cat Scratch Fever
    -Double Live Gonzo

    OZZY OSBOURNE
    -Blizzard of Oz
    -Diary of a Madman
    -Tribute

    PINK FLOYD
    -The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
    -A Saucerful of Secrets
    -More
    -Ummagumma
    -Meddle
    -Dark Side of the Moon
    -Wish You Were Here
    -Animals
    -The Wall

    Iggy Pop
    -Raw Power

    QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE
    -Quicksilver Messenger Service
    -Happy Trails
    -Sons of Mercury

    QUEEN
    -Greatest Hits, Vols. 1-2
    -Live Killers

    THE ROLLING STONES
    -Big Hits: High Tide and Green Grass
    -Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits, Vol. 2)
    -Beggars Banquet
    -Let it Bleed
    -Sticky Fingers
    -Exile on Main St.
    -Goats Head Soup
    -It's Only Rock and Roll
    -Black and Blue

    RUSH
    -Rush
    -Caress Of Steel
    -Fly By Night
    -2112
    -All The World's A Stage

    SANTANA
    -Live at the Fillmore 1968
    -Santana
    -Abraxas
    -Santana III
    -Caravanserai
    -Love Devotion Surrender
    -Borboletta
    -Amigos
    -Festival
    -Moonflower
    -Inner Secrets
    -Marathon
    -Zebop!
    -Shango
    -Havana Moon
    -Freedom
    -Milagro
    -Sacred Fire
    -Brothers
    -Viva Santana
    -Lotus
    -The Best of

    SPENCER DAVIS GROUP
    -The Best of Spencer Davis

    STEELY DAN
    -Citizen Steely Dan

    STEPPENWOLF
    -16 Greatest Hits

    TEN YEARS AFTER
    -A Space In Time
    -Live at the Fillmore East 1970

    THIN LIZZY
    -Fighting
    -Jailbreak
    -Johnny the Fox
    -Bad Reputation
    -Live And Dangerous

    13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS
    -Absolutely the Best

    TRAFFIC
    -Mr. Fantasy
    -Traffic
    -Last Exit
    -John Barleycorn Must Die
    -The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys

    TRAPEZE
    -Medusa

    ROBIN TROWER
    -Bridge of Sighs
    -Robin Trower Live!

    VAN HALEN
    -Van Halen
    -Van Halen II

    STEVIE RAY VAUGHN
    -Texas Flood
    -In Step
    -Couldn't Stand the Weather
    -Soul to Soul
    -The Sky Is Crying
    -Family Style

    THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
    -Another View
    -The Best of the Velvet Underground

    THE WHO
    -A Quick One
    -Sell Out
    -Tommy
    -Isle of Wight
    -Live at Leeds
    -What's Next
    -Quadrophenia
    -By Numbers
    -Who Are You

    EDGAR WINTER
    -Edgar Winter's White Trash
    -They Only Come Out at Night
    -Roadwork

    JOHNNY WINTER
    -Still Alive and Well
    -Captured Live!

    YES
    -Yessongs

    NEIL YOUNG
    -Neil Young
    -Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
    -After the Goldrush
    -Harvest
    -Decade
    -Freedom
    -Ragged Glory
    -Weld
    -Harvest Moon

    ZZ TOP
    -Sixpack
    -Recycler

    FRANK ZAPPA
    -Freak Out!
    -We're Only in It for the Money
    -Hot Rats
    -Burnt Weeny Sandwich
    -Weasels Ripped My Flesh
    -Chungas Revenge
    -Fillmore East: June 1971
    -Over-Nite Sensation
    -Apostrophe
    -One Size Fits Alll
    -Bongo Fury
    -Zoot Allures
    -Sheik Yerbouti
    -Joe's Garage: Acts 1-3
    -You Are What You Is
    -Shut up And Play Your Guitar
    -The Man From Utopia
    -Them Or Us
    -Guitar
     
  4. Jim

    Jim Senior Member

    Far too many 'greatest hits' type compilations in that list.. ;)
     
  5. Skelter

    Skelter Helter

    Get Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968. The Best and most influential compilation of all time.
    In 1972, future punker Lenny Kaye and Electra Records president Jac Holzman put together a compilation of various mid-to-late '60s American do-it-yourself rock bands and called it NUGGETS. It was an amazing collection, featuring garage, R&B/blues-rock, early punk, psych, pop, and folk-rock. Rhino's 1998 box set features the entire 1972 collection on disc one and then adds three discs that, while less diverse than the original NUGGETS, are of similarly great historical value. The Standells, The Chocolate Watchband, The Sonics, The Shadows of Knight, The Remains, The Seeds--all names to throw around in garage rock, all represented heavily here. A good deal of national hits, lots of regional hits, lots of non-hits. The distinctive sounds of the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest, and Texas are all here for your enjoyment.
    118 songs on 4cd's
    You need this record!!!

    http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dllp=amg&uid=UIDCASS80311080611582729&sql=Amvsyxdjb1olf
     
  6. Micro

    Micro Member

    They are serving as place holders:sunglasse .
     
  7. GrievousAngel

    GrievousAngel Banned

    I have Nuggets and both of the VU's first albums. Hendrix i have forgotten, and i think alot of FLoyd's stuff from that era is supbar. Animals is kinda pushing the time frame, i wanted early 70's.
     

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