Albums that changed your view of Music

Albums that changed your view of Music

I’ve been nominated for a tag challenge by the amazing Waffles of Wafflemethis. He is a really nice guy with a depth of popular musical knowledge and a great sense of humour. 

The rules: Don’t take too long to think about it. Sixteen albums you’ve heard that changed the way you thought about music…if you are too young to have owned albums you can surely chose songs. List the first sixteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes. Tag two friends, or more if you have the time. 

The Planet Suite – Holst
Sergeant Pepper – The Beatles
The Mikado – Gilbert & Sullivan
After the Gold rush – Neil Young
Blonde on Blonde – Bob Dylan
Sunshine Superman – Donovan
Gift from a Flower to a Garden – Donovan
Ladies of the Canyon – Joni Mitchell
Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield
Bert Jansch – Bert Jansch
My Side of Your Window – Ralph McTell
Now we are six – Steeleye Span
Pentangling – Pentangle
Tea for the Tillerman – Cat Stevens
Shot in the Dark – Within Temptation
Muscle Museum – Muse

My wonderful nominees to tag are

Andrew

All Things Chronic

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9 responses to “Albums that changed your view of Music

  1. Kris, kris, Kris. How could I forget Sgt pepper. Great list. The only one that surprised me is Muse☺☺☺

  2. Oh yes, Mike Oldfield, Cat Stevens, Bob Dylan. Wonderful reminder, Kris.

  3. I recognized The Planet Suite and Sergeant Pepper, but none of the other albums. Wow, what a long list! You must really love music. I doubt I could come up with a list that long.

  4. Interesting challenge. I don’t have time to day to respond fully as the grand kids are still in residence, but I do keep a list of music that has influenced my life here: http://andrewsviewoftheweek.com/intertextual-andrew/
    Look towards the bottom of the lists. I’ll post an updated list soon. Thanks!

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