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Thread: The Great Double Albums in the Seventies

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    Quote Originally Posted by pb2015 View Post
    Quite possible Zeit is the TD album I'd keep if I could only have one.

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    I never bought this particular double Nuggets LP but over the years I have really enjoyed other releases in the series

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/20...-nuggets-at-50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangram View Post
    Probably my most played EJ album, even more then the popular choice of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    Blue Moves is my favorite EJ album as well and I like them all from the 1970's. Love the instrumentals throughout.

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    I know the thread has just about run its course, but I'm pretty sure no one has yet mentioned Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus. IMO, one of the best live albums of the rock era, and when I want to scratch that LF itch, I reach for it far more often than any of the studio albums.
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