Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by Jameth (2021)
- Chart updated: 07/05/2021 15:15
- (Created: 05/01/2019 04:59).
- Chart size: 100 albums.
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|The Jimi Hendrix Experience||2||2%|
Top 100 Greatest Music Albums chart changes
| Up 50 from 94th to 44th|
Songs Of Love And Hate
by Leonard Cohen
| Up 2 from 84th to 82nd|
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by Véronique Chalot
| Up 1 from 97th to 96th|
The Parable Of Arable Land
by The Red Crayola With The Familiar Ugly
| Down 3 from 91st to 94th|
The Marble Index
| Down 3 from 92nd to 95th|
by David Bowie
| Down 2 from 78th to 80th|
Time Of The Last Persecution
by Bill Fay
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There's a lot here that I have never heard of, largely music from foreign countries which is often neglected in English-language music communities, and as such I'm sure my lack of familiarity with many of these artists is the same for many others here. As such, this list is incredibly valuable. However, it does lack variety in terms of the decades represented, especially when it comes to the more popular/well-known choices, which are relatively rare and almost exclusively reserved for more classic 20th century artists. I'm also typically against compilations being included, but I'm not sure if they're perhaps more standard in the countries those artists are from. Regardless, this chart is an invaluable addition to this site and it's very nice to see something that's not just a copy/paste of the overall charts.
Geogaddi made the list. That makes me happy. Hope it stays in the long run. If not, it is what it is.
I'll second the "great addition to this site" comment. So many unique, international picks that wouldn't be here otherwise. Thank you.
Some time periods may be neglected, but holy shit this chart's a gold mine. There's so much here I feel the need to just dig down on. If I'd ever run out of good music, or otherwise feel like picking up something new, I now know where to go. What would make this chart perfect would be notes to your favourites, but I see you're busy with much else.
Excellent chart, here. It definitely has a certain energy to it. I really dig Third Ear Band, Matt Elliott, and Terry Callier, as well as the blues inclusions. Some new stuff for me to check out as well!
I have a lot to learn... hehe.
A fantastic addition to this site.
Some great stuff here: Forest, Third ear band, Fairport, Moondog, early Mac, Capt Beefheart etc etc
Really interesting chart – surprised and enjoy seeing Fairport Convention and Third Ear Band most especially. A number of international folk releases I have been wanting to check out or to re-listen to as well.
One relatively “recent” release that I feel you might like is Sky Cries Mary’s 1994 ‘This Timeless Turning‘ – to my mind probably the greatest rock album of the 1990s. It is a remarkable fusion of tribal, electronic and rock elements into probably the “deepest” and most moving sound on record. Also Jan Dukes de Grey’s ‘Mice and Rats in the Loft’ – I heard and liked ‘First Utterance’ but this is better to my ears.
If you love that album, check out the rest of the Congotronics series. The musicians moved to the capital Kinshasa from rural areas, and added pickups to their traditional instruments in order to be heard. It’s a similar story to the creation of other genres. It’s going to be exciting to see where they take their music.
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