Desert Island CD’s (or albums)

In no particular order (and a work in progress):

  1. “Faith and Devotions of a Satellite Heart” by The Violet Burning
  2. “Drawing Black Lines” by Project 86
  3. “Prima Facie” by The Blue Letter
  4. “Elegant and Dying” by Virgin Black
  5. “Sons of Thunder” by Sleeping Giant
  6. 9th Symphony by Beethoven
  7. “A Love Supreme” by John Coltrane
  8. “Avalon” by Roxy Music
  9. “Hot Rats” by Frank Zappa
  10. “Inner Mounting Flame” by the Mahavishnu Orchestra
  11. “Fathom” by Mortal
  12. “Listless” by the Pink Daffodils
  13. “Live in London” by Leonard Cohen
  14. “Live at the New Earth” by Waterdeep
  15. “Eight Hours Away From Being a Man” by Roadside Monument
  16. “Mercury” by the Prayer Chain
  17. “Climbing” by Mountain (I had this on 8-track)
  18. “11:11” by Rodrigo y Gabriela
  19. “Best of…” The Call
  20. “Neon Bible” by The Arcade Fire
  21. “Trilogy” by Emerson, Lake and Palmer
  22. “Cheap Thrills” by Big Brother and the Holding Company
  23. “Red” by King Crimson
  24. “Wooden Heart” by Listener
  25. “Kingdom Days in an Evil Age” by Sleeping Giant
  26. “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” by Pink Floyd
  27. “On an Island” by David Gilmour
  28. “Walking On a Wire” by Richard Thompson
  29. “Live Rust” by Neil Young and Crazy Horse
  30.  “Heroes”-David Bowie
  31. “Tubular Bells” by Michael Oldfield
  32. “It’s a Beautiful Day” by It’s a Beautiful Day
  33. “Freak Out” by The Mothers of Invention
  34. “The Story of Our Lives” by the Violet Burning
  35. “At the End of Time: Churchscapes” by Robert Fripp
  36. “Live at Roepaen” by Wovenhand
  37. “Late” by the 77s
  38. “There’s a Riot Going On” by Sly and the Family Stone
  39. “Live” by Hot Tuna
  40. “Love Devotion Surrender” by Santana and McLaughlin
  41. “Straight Life”-Art Pepper
  42. “You Are There”-Ashley Cleveland
  43.  “Aladdin Sane”-David Bowie
  44. “New View”- John Handy Quintet
  45. “A Tribute to Jack Johnson”-Miles Davis
  46. “Tago Mago”-CAN
  47. “Damn Right I’ve Got the Blues”-Buddy Guy
  48. “A Picture of the Eighth Wonder”-Poor Old Lu
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