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Opening Arguments


Another list. This time, some people have picked the "100 Greatest Singer-Songwriter Albums of All Time." I have favorites that aren't on the list, like Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" and Neil Young's "After the Gold Rush." And it includes some I wouldn't, such as Springsteen's "Nebraska" and Donovan's "Sunshine Superman." But it's scary how many of these I've heard, and even scarier how many I bought over the years. Guess that says a lot about what kind of music I like.

Posted in: All about me, Music


Bob G.
Thu, 03/05/2009 - 2:26pm

Don't feel that bad...
I only own FIVE on that list, and I would consider *maybe* about ten more (tops) only for certain SINGLES on those albums.
But there ARE well over 20 that I WOULD have placed ON that list, instead of some of the tripe that adorns it.

You're not the only one that remembers GOOD music.