Thursday, February 14, 2008

Super Amanda's HOT 100 : Favourite Albums

After the top ten or twelve absolutely NO real order of preference just love. What can I say? This was going to be only my top five albums!

1. The Who Sings My Generation Reissue plus "Great Shakes" Commercial &outtakes
2. The Rolling Stones Exile On Main street
3. The Beatles White Album
4. The Who Rarities Volumes One and Two
5. Nick Lowe The Doings
6. Dave Edmund's Subtle As a Flying Mallet (Tie with Anthology)
7. The Who: Who Are You
8. The Who: Who By Numbers
9. Blondie Parallel Lines
10. The Who: A Quick One Remastered
11. Wings: Band on The Run

Please see my comments for the rest!

10 Comments:

Blogger par.nordstrom said...

Hej igen , Blomma ! Yeah , I´ve scrutinized yer list & figure I own abt 50 % of those records . & now I mean to rate yer ratings .1. Kool dat ye remembered good ole Blondie 2.Bach wid Zuckerman - beyond kool 3.Elgar-likewise !Beethoven -Karajan : Swell ! ( K. was da director of Stocholm Philharmonic Orchestra for 15 yers .Seen him perform many times . )4. All Who albums : Quiet rite !Etc, etc . What I DO miss are a couple of Doors´ albums : L.A. Woman,Morrison Hotel & Strange Days . But if ye complete list ( 79 is not 100 , luv. ) maybe I´ll find dem there ? / *Hugs* / Peter

6:10 PM  
Blogger par.nordstrom said...

Plus ye DID forget Jefferson Airplane ??? It´s hopeless makin a top 10 list , but not much easier makin a top 100 ... Hendrix ? Peter Green ...

6:56 PM  
Blogger par.nordstrom said...

God dag igen ,älskling ! Yeah, yer gettin there . Only 4 more albums to go . & dis time ye´ve included Grace Slick + Hendrix , too ... soon we will have no disagreement whatsoevva , hon. It will be mighty interestin too see those last 4 albums, tho ! // Abt H. v. Karajan , no he was never da director of Stockholm Philharmonics , I mixed him up wid Sergiu Celibidache . Karajan used to perform in Stockholm ever so often , tho . Sayeth / Pjotr

4:21 PM  
Blogger par.nordstrom said...

So there , Flower ! Now we can switch record collections wid each other & neither one of us would notice much difference ! A special thanx for lately includin Hendrix , Jethro Tull + Doors:Absolutely Live ( an absolute fav of mine ) . I might have liked to see Tina Turner & Van Morrison included too . But if ye start workin on yer HOT 200 , maybe ? ... Louis Armstrong , Mike Bloomfield , Ella Fitzgerald.../
/God natt ,min Blomma !/ Pierre

8:34 PM  
Blogger Hans said...

CamperVan Beethoven!
They're great!

I miss Butthole Surfers fromyour list though...
:)

7:18 AM  
Blogger stradasphere said...

SuperAmanda...been following you around the blogosphere for about a year now.

Excellent list...however, I wonder why Quad is so low on the list...but that's just me.
Peace, Love, and Rock and Roll!
Lionel

4:17 PM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda said...

Read the first part of my post please :)

"After the top ten absolutely NO real order of preference just love. What can I say? This was going to be only my top five albums!"

It's not low at all!!

7:29 PM  
Blogger stradasphere said...

I am a dork! I went straight to the list...it's an ADD thing!

P.S. I love your videos. Been a fan for a long time!

Peace, Love, and Pete

5:01 PM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda said...

THE REST OF MY TOP !)):

11. Nick Lowe: The Impossible Bird
12. Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos Nos 4-6 Pinchas Zuckerman/LA Philharmonic
13. Joan Jett : Great Hits
14. Elgar Cello concerto/Sea Pictures: Jacqueline Dupre and Dame Janet Baker
15. The Who: A Quick One
16. Paul Robeson: Ballad For Americans
17. Ozzy Osbourne: Diary of a Madman
18. Pete Townnshed : Empty Glass
19. Richard Harris: A Tramp Shining
20. Judy Garland: Meet Me in St Louis/Harvey Girls
21. The Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
22. Tommy: The Who
23. Oliver! Motion picture soundtrack
24. Emma Townshend : Winterland
25. Wings: Band on The Run
26. Queen: The Game
27. The Spinners: Greatest Hits
28. Led Zepplin: Greatest hits
29. The Kinks: Word of Mouth
30. Steely Dan: The Royal Scam
31. Van Halen: Fair Warning
32. The Jam: Snap
33. The Who: Odds and Sods
34. The Who: Who's Next
35. The Rolling Stones: Black and Blue
36. Hole: Live Through This
37. The Brady Bunch: It's A Sunshine Day
38. Micheal Jackson: Off The Wall
39. Dave Edmunds: Anthology
40. Boston: Boston
41: David Bowie: PinUps
42: The Beatles: St. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club band
43: The Rolling Stones: Some Girls
44. Robert Johnson: The Complete Recordings Box Set
45. Nick Lowe: Labour of Lust
46: Wings: London Town
47: The Rolling Stones: Tattoo You
48: Grateful Dead: Rockpalast Bootleg
49. JJ Cale: The very Best of JJ Cale
50. Camper Van Beethoven: Camper Van Beethoven
51. Pete Townshend: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
52. Nick Lowe: Nick Lowe and His Cowboy Outfit
53. The Doors: Soft Parade
54. AcDc: Highway to Hell
55. Grace Slick: Dreams
56. Have a Nice Day Rhino Super Hits of The 70's Volume# 17
57. Small Faces: Ogden's Nut Gone Flake
58. Roger Daltrey: McVicar
59. Camper Van Beethoven: 1 and 2
60. Tom Waits: Rain Dogs
61. John Entwistle: Whistle Rhymes
62. Pete Townshend: Scoop One and Two
63. Sophia Loren's Greatest Hits
64. AcDc: High Voltage
65. AcDc: Back in Black
66. The Who: Face Dances
67. Fleetwood Mac: Fleetwood Mac
68. The Baby's Anthology
69. Roger Daltrey: Martyrs and Madmen
70. Eric Clapton: Slowhand
71. Nick Lowe: Dig My Mood
72. Liza with a Z soundtrack
73. Frank Zappa: 200 Motels
74. Blondie: Eat To The Beat
75. The Go Go's Beauty and The Beat
76. Paul Robeson: Songs of Free Men
77. Tom Petty: Damn The Torpedoes
78. Tom Petty: Full Moon Fever
79. Beethoven's 9th: Von Karajan
80. Rossini Overtures: Claudio Abbado
81. Jimi Hendrix: Anthology
82. The Doors: Absolutely Live
83. The Rolling Stones: It's Only Rock Roll
84. The Who: It's Hard
85. Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane: Rough Mix
86. The Who Quadrophnia
87. Keith Moon: Two Sides of The Moon
88. The Carpenters: Complete Greatest Hits
89. The Beatles: Abbey Road
90. John Lennon: Plastic Ono Band
91. Phantom of The Paradise Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
92. Wilson Phillips: Wilson Phillips
93. Rachel Fuller : Cigarettes and Housework
94. Dave Edmunds: Twangin
95: Nick Lowe: The Wilderness Years
96. Time Life Country Treasury
97. From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music
98. Judas Priest: Anthology
99. Elton John: Greatest Volume 1,2,3
100. The Rolling Stones: Let it Bleed

4:48 AM  
Blogger par.nordstrom said...

Hi, Sun Flower ! Wish ye da sweetest of holidays! Abt additions to yer Top 100 : Father Bach , YAY , what music could be more fittin for Easter (or for any time whatsoevva?)... & listenin to Sticky Fingers sure makes yer fingers sticky!!!!Van Halen -Ye good ole Roth makes splits as agile as Mandy´s !/Bowie´s Pinups : Did ye know dis album´s dedicated to 60s punk group ,Pretty Things?( I own coupla their vinyls , supposedly worth a fortune . )/Rain Dogs: But of course!Listened to whole album just yesterday,in abominable Swede Easter weather. Grateful Dead ,well,García may have left da buildin, but music sure rings on , just like Morrison´s & Doors´. / P.S. Did ye know , Steve Marriot,original singer of Small Faces,was part of da London stage ensemble,playin ´Oliver?/D.S. Best album name evva :WHO ARE YOU + 4 peein gentlemen on da album cover ! //D.D.S.Still own 50-75% of yer listed albums...wanna switch,hon ?
Hard Hemulenoid *Hugs* for ye,Flower //Pete

10:46 AM  

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