Favorite Artist Chart by tgarritsen (2019)

With my favorite album from them. Purely my favorites. (outdated)

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The first band I really started listening to and still the band I always end up going to. Mostly because their discography is so diverse you'll always find something new or interesting. If the different artist I listen to reflect the different moods I get then the Beatles reflect my personality.
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1969
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153,489
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My introduction to soul, my favorite solo artist, one of my idols. The things he learned me about love and life are as plenty as the stars you can see in the sky at night. There's no artist that hits me so hard in the heart then Stevie Wonder. [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1976
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20,430
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This opened my mind to so many music it's unbelievable. I still haven't heard any good artist that is as unique as this band. [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1967
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107,475
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Lou Reed is a part of me as much as cigarettes are to a smoker. A poetic genius and a master of keeping things honest and raw. [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1972
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22,259
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(Including Bob Marley & The Wailers)

How many times have you laid down in the sun and heart the music of Bob Marley carres your ears? How many times has his music changed your view of the world? How much love has he brought to your life? Well for me it's an incredible amount.
[First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1973
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3,596
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Mysterious, rebelious, dark. The Doors is art and can in my eyes be placed not just amongst the greates musician's of the last century but maybe even more amongst the greatest artist of all time. With Jim Morrison, one of the great poets of music. [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1967
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62,495
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The master of subtlelty. Saw him live once, it felt like I was watching the reincarnation of James Brown. [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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2000
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3,760
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[First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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2015
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42,953
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The usual story: 1. Guy hears Jimi Hendrix 2. Guy gets addicted to rock 'n roll 3. Guy buys guitar [First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1968
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33,492
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(Including their counterpart Parliament)

The amount of funk George Clinton threw in the world is overwhelming.
[First added to this chart: 12/11/2016]
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1971
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6,350
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Favorite Artist Chart composition

Decade Albums %


1930s 0 0%
1940s 0 0%
1950s 4 4%
1960s 18 18%
1970s 32 32%
1980s 8 8%
1990s 14 14%
2000s 8 8%
2010s 15 15%
Artist Albums %


Culture 1 1%
Freddie King 1 1%
Common 1 1%
Red Hot Chili Peppers 1 1%
Lou Reed 1 1%
Nina Simone 1 1%
Talking Heads 1 1%
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Country Albums %


United States 62 63%
United Kingdom 15 15%
Jamaica 7 7%
Canada 3 3%
Australia 2 2%
Netherlands 2 2%
France 1 1%
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Songs In The Key Of Life
by Stevie Wonder
fallers Down 1 from 45th to 46th
Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
by Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
fallers Down 1 from 46th to 47th
Jerusalem
by Alpha Blondy

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Tremendous chart. The comments really bring it to life.
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