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    Which Discography

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    If you were trapped on a deserted island, all by yourself, had the means to listen to music, who's discography would you choose?

    You can choose only one. And that's all you'd have the ability to listen to till your end days.
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    Question

    They have 'Best of' cds for each year, usually consisting of 10-12 songs per CD. Can i take that or does it have to be more composer specific?

    Now, if we must be composer specific, then wow, I'd have to think about that one.
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    Hmm. Hard to say, but I guess I'd have to go with the discography of Bert Jansch, including all of his work with Pentangle.
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    Jethro Tull. I don't really want to stick with a single musical artist, but their collection is large enough to keep me busy for a while, & they're pretty much my favorite band.

    My 2nd choice would be Eric Clapton if I couldn't have my Tull for similar reasons.

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    Jethro Tull would certainly last a long long time...
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    Tough choice but I would say Pearl Jam, "Ten"

    Peter Gabriel "So"

    REM, "Life's Rich Pageant"

    Jethro Tull is also a great option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamburlain View Post
    Jethro Tull would certainly last a long long time...
    I have IIRC 19 of their albums and the "20 Years of" box set and about the same amount of Clapton music if you count in all the different groups he joined over the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldwin Stonewood View Post
    Tough choice but I would say Pearl Jam, "Ten"

    Peter Gabriel "So"

    REM, "Life's Rich Pageant"

    Jethro Tull is also a great option.
    That's 3 albums from 3 different artists; the thread is about 1 artist and their entire collection of music.
    Last edited by PhishStyx; 05-31-2009 at 04:12 PM. Reason: Automerged Double Post

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    Pink Floyd, no contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhishStyx View Post
    I have IIRC 19 of their albums and the "20 Years of" box set and about the same amount of Clapton music if you count in all the different groups he joined over the years.
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    That's 3 albums from 3 different artists; the thread is about 1 artist and their entire collection of music.
    Its a tough choice. I could go with any of those three three artists given their collections.

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    No thought, thats easy. The Cult.

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    Led Zeppelin, Journey, Van Halen, there are so many. It would really be tough to choose.
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    Just one artist or band.

    Like, everything Eric Clapton or Roger Waters ever did. That would be a fair choice.
    Last edited by Moritz; 05-31-2009 at 06:59 PM.
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    Oh ok, well then Ian Anderson because that gives me all his solo work (about 4 more albums) as well as all the Jethro Tull music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moritz View Post
    Just one artist or band.

    Like, everything Eric Clapton or Roger Waters ever did. That would be a fair choice.
    I was just saying that those would be in the running. Man, this is a tough decision. Been thinking about it all day. Great thread, btw.
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    He didn't specify, so one may even choose a producer, sound mixer, song writer, cover art director and so on.

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