Thursday, March 20, 2008

KXCI's TOP 913 ALBUMS: #201 - 250

The best albums just keeping getting better in KXCI's Top 913 Albums of All Time countdown - here are selections #201 to #250. Support what you love! Call your pledge in today at (520) 623-1000.

201. Jeff Buckley, Grace
202. Big Brother and Holding Company, Cheap Thrills
203. The Band, Rock of Ages
204. Tori Amos, Little Earthquakes
205. The Beatles, Please Please Me
206. Depeche Mode, Violator
207. Dixie Chicks, Wide Open Spaces
208. Robert Johnson, King of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. 2
209. Michelle Shocked, Arkansas Traveler
210. Ramones, Ramones

211. The Rolling Stones, Out of Our Heads
212. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Damn the Torpedoes
213. Ike and Tina Turner, Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner
214. Toots and the Maytals, Funky Kingston
215. Phil Spector, Back To Mono (1958-1969)
216. The Who, Who's Next
217. Simon and Garfunkel, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
218. R.E.M., Automatic for the People
219. Bob Marley and the Wailers, Legend
220. Willie Nelson, Red Headed Stranger

221. Bobby Gentry, Ode to Billie Joe
222. Devo, Are We Not Men? We Are Devo
223. Billy Bragg and Wilco, Mermaid Avenue
224. The B-52's, Cosmic Thing
225. Sly and the Family Stone, Stand!
226. Parliament/Funkadelic, One Nation Under a Groove
227. Howlin' Wolf, Howlin' Wolf
228. Grateful Dead, Workingman's Dead
229. Duke Ellington, Ellington At Newport
230. Sam Cooke, Portrait of a Legend, 1951-1964

231. Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
232. Curtis Mayfield, Superfly
233. John Lennon, Plastic Ono Band
234. Chicago, Chicago
235. Blondie, Parallel Lines
236. Elvis Costello, This Year's Model
237. Counting Crows, August And Everything After
238. The Cranberries, Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
239. Dolly Parton, Coat of Many Colors
240. Various artists: The Concert For Bangladesh

241. The Supremes, Where Did Our Love Go?
242. Jimmy Buffet, Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
243. Nat King Cole, Wild Is Love
244. Sheryl Crow, Tuesday Night Music Club
245. Peter Gabriel, So
246. Harry Nilsson, Nilsson Schmilsson
247. James Taylor, Sweet Baby James
248. Norah Jones, Come Away With Me
249. Steely Dan, Aja
250. Herbie Hancock, Headhunters


At 6:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's great to see Sly and the Family Stone's "Stand" on your list. It is amazing to see that this song has so much staying power forty years later. I write about this and more in my book about Sly. Check it out


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