Artists With Great Albums in 3 or More Different Decades

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(for Brevity, picking just one per decade as representative, even if there were more great ones

Rush
70s - 2112
80s - Moving Pictures
90s - Roll the Bones
00s - Snakes and Arrows
10s - Clockwork Angels

Jethro Tull
60s - Stand Up
70s - Aqualung
80s - Crest of a Knave

Frank Zappa
60s - Hot Rats
70s - Apostrophe
80s - Jazz from Hell

Kansas
70s - Leftoverture
80s - In the Spirit of things
00s - Somewhere to Elsewhere

Black Sabbath
70s - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
80s - Heaven and Hell
90s - Cross Purposes

Rolling Stones
60s - Beggars Banquet
70s - Sticky Fingers
80s - Tattoo You

Moody Blues
60s - Days of Future Passed
70s - Seventh Sojourn
80s - Long Distance Voyager

Dream Theater
90s - Images and Words
00s - Black Clouds and Silver Linings
10s - Distance over Time

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Miles Davis
50s - Kind of Blue
60s - In a Silent Way
70s - On the Corner

Charles Mingus
50s - Mingus Ah Um
60s - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
70s - Let My Children Hear Music

Pat Metheny
70s - Bright Size Life
80s - Offramp
90s - Secret Story
00s - Speaking of Now
10s - Kin()

McCoy Tyner
60s - The Real McCoy
70s - Sahara
80s - Horizon
90s - Infinity
00s - Illuminations

Keith Jarrett
60s - Life Between the Exit Signs
70s - Nude Ants
80s - Changes
90s - Bye Bye Blackbird
00s - Yesterdays
10s - After the Fall

Tal Farlow
50s - The Swinging Guitar of Tal Farlow
60s - The Guitar Artistry of Tal Farlow
80s - Cookin' on all Burners

Freddie Hubbard
60s - Ready for Freddie
70s - Red Clay
80s - Life Flight
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D'Angelo
1990s: Brown Sugar
2000s: Voodoo
2010s: Black Messiah

Those are his only 3 albums too


Fugazi
1980s: 13 Songs
1990s: Repeater
2000s: The Argument

This one's a bit of a cheat since 13 songs came out in '89 and The Argument in '01, so it's only a span of 12 years


Scott Walker
1960s: Scott 4
1990s: Tilt
2000s: The Drift

Scott also has stuff in the 1980s and 2010s but I think those are his most notable projects. An interesting case having changed sound so much over the decades.


While not on albums, John Lee Hooker is a very interesting case. He released fantastic songs from 1948 until his death in 2001, including a few great albums in '89 (The Healer) and '91 (Mr. Lucky).

And of course I also feel obligated to mention Bruce Springsteen, although he probably falls into the more obvious cases like Bowie, Dylan, or Radiohead.
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Steve Sanders of the Oak Ridge Boys
A Young Boy's Prayer (1966)
Pyramid (1974)
Monongahela (1988)
Unstoppable (1991)

Billy Joe Royal
Cherry Hill Park (1969)
The Royal Treatment (1987)
Stay Close To Home (1998)

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Depeche Mode

Black Celebration
Violator
Playing the Angel
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jeff buckley | grace (1994)
jeff buckley | grace (2004)
jeff buckley | grace (2014)

i joke, but for a guy with one studio lp, it's crazy how much music he's released (mostly posthumously).
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I would mention Autechre had a lot of dope albums throughout the three decades and am quite curious how this decade will be for them.

For my picks
90's either Tri Repeate or Chiastic Slide
00's either Confield or Draft 7.30
10's either Oversteps or Exai

Honestly this could be way different for other users that enjoy this duo.
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This thread is kinda disappointing...a whole lot of poor to pretty good albums being listed as great...
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Romanelli wrote:
This thread is kinda disappointing...a whole lot of poor to pretty good albums being listed as great...


I suppose I'll pull my obvious card and arguably disappointing card -

U2
Boy (1980)
Achtung Baby (1991)
All That You Can't Leave Behind (2001) [I know what you are thinking, but say that to a whole generation of U2 fans who this was their entry point/still haven't heard Boy]
2010s - they incorrectly kept going (probably)
I guess there's this though (define great)- U2 becomes only band with number 1 albums in four consecutive decades:
https://www.iheart.com/content/2017-12-...e-decades/

R.E.M.
Murmur (1983)
Automatic For The People (1992)
Accelerate (2008) - ok well I think it's great - suck it.
2010s they correctly disbanded

Ok so now I'm gonna be that guy:
Bach
Brandenburg Concertos - 1721
Shit-ton of keyboard works like Toccata and Fugue, Well Tempered Clavier, Harpsichord Concertos -1730s
Mass in B Minor - 1749

Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - 1776
His "late" symphonies - 1780s
Die Zauberflöte - 1791



Beethoven
Symphony 3 - 1805
Symphony 7 - 1813
Symphony 9 - 1824

Brahms
Piano Trio No. 1 in B major, Op. 8 - 1854
Ein Deutsches Requiem - 1869
Violin Concerto D, Op.77 - 1879
Double Concerto for Violin and Cello in A Minor - 1887
Intermezzi - 1894

Wagner
Die fliegende Holländer - 1843
Tristan und Isolde - 1859
Die Meistersinger - 1868
Der Ring des Nibelungen - 1876
Parsifal - 1882

Mahler
Symphony 1 "Titan" - 1889
Symphony 2 - 1895
Das Lied von der Erde -1908
Symphony 9 - 1912

Then totally agree with Fischman's Jazz account, except I'd totally add Louis Armstrong to that.
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Neil Young

Everybody Knows this is Nowhere 1969

On the Beach 1974

Ragged Glory 1990

Flaming Lips

The Soft Bulletin 1999

Embryonic 2009

The Terror 2013

We'll see if they can...

Spoon

You could pick a couple for the 00's, but I love Girls Can Tell 2001

They Want My Soul 2014

2020s? I think Spoon will continue to bang out a great comeptent rock album every several years.

Pusha T

Hell Hath No Fury w/ Clipse 2006

Daytona 2018

2020s? He's going to to have another great album drop in this decade for sure

Converge

Jane Doe 2001

All We Love We Leave Behind 2012

2020s? I'm wondering how band like Converge settles into old age

The Knife

Sileng Shour 2006

Shaking the Habitual 2013

2020s? I know Fever Ray is kind of off doing their own thing right now, but hopefully we get a follow up to their monumental 2013 effort.
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Tha1ChiefRocka wrote:

2020s? I know Fever Ray is kind of off doing their own thing right now, but hopefully we get a follow up to their monumental 2013 effort.


Nah mate, The Knife are kaputt Confused
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