Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by Tamthebam (2019)
Hi, I feel I should explain, I love all types of music it doesn't matter to me if the artist is considered "cool" or not. I've been collecting music for 48 years and these are the albums I've listened to the most. I love 2 collect or listen to everything an artist has recorded. I love music to enhance my moods I like albums that give an atmosphere/a theme, whether that is in Soul/ R n B, country, folk, jazz, indie, rock or "easy listening" or pop music. I have over 2000 albums in my collection.
- Chart updated: 11/09/2019 11:45
- (Created: 06/14/2012 18:49).
- Chart size: 100 albums.
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Top 100 Greatest Music Albums composition
|Rickie Lee Jones||5||5%|
|The Rolling Stones||4||4%|
Top 100 Greatest Music Albums chart changes
| Up 2 from 42nd to 40th|
| Up 2 from 18th to 16th|
The Ghosts Of Highway 20
by Lucinda Williams
| Up 1 from 40th to 39th|
The Beatles (The White Album)
by The Beatles
| Down 6 from 16th to 22nd|
by Anita Baker
| Down 2 from 39th to 41st|
Let's Get It On
by Marvin Gaye
| Down 1 from 27th to 28th|
The Broadway Album
by Barbra Streisand
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Clearly a chart by someone who listened to a whole lot of music. It's funny when you reach a certain point, you start to gravitate towards more easy listening, fun stuff, while some of the so-called "classics" still stick with you.
Only criticism I have is the repition of artists near the top of your chart, but that's probably just a style preference.
You are into the smooth stuff, I see. Are you a fan of Y'akoto, by any chance?
Excellent chart !
Love any chart with Stevie in their top 10
Amazing chart. Enthralled by the albums descriptions and personal connections made. Thanks for sharing
The classic Brown Sugar (1995)
The colossal Voodoo (2000)
The great Black Messiah (2014)
THIS is how a top 100 list should look and feel. It doesn’t matter if you agree with the picks (and when someone writes this eloquently it makes that task hard) it’s about taking a few minutes and sayin WHY the album is special..
Definitely a fan...multiple albums by Ricki Lee Jones, EJ, Bowie...and rightfully so as many are some of the best stuff ever recorded. As with many of us 40+ year collectors it’s a little 70’s heavy...because it WAS the greatest popular music decade. I like the dip out of the 90’s back to the 80’s as MTV fluff is replaced by a REAL movement.
This will be a reference list and I’ll be checking your other lists. Love the inclusion of Angie (great, that) and Karen Carpenter was an angel!
Not always completely my style (although I'm with you on Stevie Wonder) but your comments are very personal and that's how it should be!
I love any chart that features the finest vision in the canon of Stevie Wonder as their #1.
It just so happens the rest of your chart is diverse, unique, and totally honest as well. Well done!
Thanks for the feedback. Yea, only 3 albums in common (meh...), but whatever, my top 100 is only reached when I'm over Level 5 i guess. Yours is not bad (at all!)