Great Music Albums Worth Listening To -Dad’s Picks

Blood on the Tracks -Bob Dylan
Songs in the Key of Life -Stevie Wonder
What’s New? and Heart Like a Wheel -Linda Ronstadt
The Songbooks -Ella Fitzgerald
Born to Run -Bruce Springsteen
Sticky Fingers & Exile on Main Street -The Rolling Stones
Revolver, Abbey Road, Sergeant Pepper-The Beatles
Pet Sounds -The Beach Boys
Smile -Brian Wilson
Layla -Eric Clapton/Derek and the Dominoes
The Joshua Tree -U2
Harvest & Harvest Moon -Neil Young
American Pie -Don Maclean
Back in Black -AC/DC
A Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon & Garfunkel
Graceland -Paul Simon
Big Pink & The Last Waltz -The Band
Kind of Blue -Miles Davis
London Calling -The Clash
The Dark Side of the Moon -Pink Floyd
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust -David- Bowie
Being There & YHFa
Who’s Next
What’s Going On -Marvin Gaye
Blood on the Tracks -Bob Dyan
OK Computer -Radio Head
Avalon -Roxy Music
The Cars -by The Cars
Rumours -Fleetwood Mac
Running on Empty -Jackson Browne
Blue -Joni Mitchell
Gorilla – James Taylor
Tapestry-Carol King
Legend -Bob Marley
Nothing But the Best -Frank Sinatra
Live at Folsom Prison -Johnny Cash
Captain Fantastic & Yellow Brick Road– Elton John
Rites of Passage – Indigo Girls
Ten – Pearl Jam
John Prine -John Prine
Hotel California-The Eagles
Synchronicity -The Police
Life’s Rich Pageant -REM
Songs from the Big Chair -Tears for Fears
Taking the Long Way -The (Dixie) Chicks
Breakfast in America -Supertramp
Trio -Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emy-Lou Harris
Brothers at Arms -Dire Straights
Thriller -Michael Jackson
CSN -Crosby, Stills and Nash
Takin’ My Time – Bonnie Rait
Purple Rain -Prince
Genesis -Selling England by the Pound
Can’t Buy a Thrill -Steely Dan
Bat Out of Hell -Meatloaf
Boston (first album) -Boston
Travelling Wilburys Vol. #1 and #3 (really album#2) -The Traveling Wilburys
A Night At The Opera -Queen
Nessun Dorma” is an aria from the final act of Giacomo Puccini’s opera Turandot and one of the best-known tenor arias in all opera.
Luciano Pavarotti at Notre Dame church in Montreal, Christmas 1978