What are your favorite double albums?

Some of Mine are:

Blonde on Blonde...Bob Dylan

The Beatles White Album

Cream Wheels of Fire

Ummagumma...Pink Floyd

Exie On Main Street..Rolling Stoens

they are just few of mine what are yours.

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thank you captain futility i like your picks

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thank you olive

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donald D good pick

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Tooleg thank you for your pick

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thank your Brian

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Amanda V good choices, I love the stones, and I do like the beatles to

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thank you steven

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Madness Within great pick by the who

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thank you kings of leon

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Darth Sonne man after my own heart great picks

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Ah the Rock And Roll Doc who knows his stuff, great picks

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Chris the First all are welcome thank your

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Brad on the Run great great choices, I love them all

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the hand that feed, thank you I'm a big fan of Red Hot Chili

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You are right ash beer, there some great live ones out there and you picked some great ones yourself. Thank you

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pnagy 75 thank you and bob segers is one of my top five albums

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wonderful good collection by Clapton

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Mike H in New Orleans how could I forget Chicago, or All Things Must Pass, thank you

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George Washington, you make me feel bad for not picking that one by Stevie, thank you for reminding me, I'll have to dig it out later and have a listen again

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  • Punch
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Hello David V.!!!

    sorry I'm late to the party

    started out giving you a top 20 but it looks like I got carried away....

    1-The Beatles-The Beatles (white Album)

    2-Radiohead – In Rainbows

    3-Quadrophenia-The Who

    4-Blonde on Blonde-Bob Dylan

    5-Goodbye Yellow Brick Road-Elton John

    6-Tusk-Fleetwood Mac

    7-London Calling-The Clash

    8-Something/Anything-Todd Rundgren

    9-Sign of the times-Prince

    10-Exile on Mainstreet-Rolling Stones

    11-Frank Zappa-Freak Out

    12-Ummagumma-Pink Floyd

    13-David Bowie – Stage

    14-Sonic Youth-Daydream Nation

    15-The Beatles – Anthology 2

    16-Hot Rocks-Rolling Stones

    17-The Who- Tommy

    18-Love-Out Here

    19-Red Hot Chili Peppers – Stadium Arcadium

    20-The Beatles – Anthology 2

    21-Miles Davis-Bitches Brew

    22-Pink Floyd-The Wall

    23-The Byrds- Untitled

    24-Pavement – Wowee Zowee

    25-Donovan – A Gift from a Flower to a Garden

    26-Can – Tago Mago

    27-Nine Inch Nails -The Downward Spiral

    28-Prince-1999

    29-Bob Dylan-Modern Times

    30- Stevie Wonder- Songs in the Key of Life

    31-Cream-Wheels-Of Fire

    32-Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East

    33-The Kinks – Everybody's in Show-Biz

    34-Miles Davis- Pangaea

    35-Bob Dylan – The Basement Tapes

    36-Bruce Springsteen-The River

    37-John Cale – The Island Years

    38-Flying Burrito Brothers - Close Up the Honky Tonks

    39-Pink Floyd -Pulse

    40-Talking Heads -The Name of This Band Is

    41-Chicago Transit Authority

    42-Belle & Sebastian – Push Barman to Open Old Wounds

    43-The Beatles – Anthology 3

    44-Hüsker Dü – Zen Arcade

    45-Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

    46-Joni Mitchell – Shadows and Light

    47-U2 – Rattle and Hum

    48-Simon and Garfunkel -The Concert in Central Park

    49-Van Morrison- Hymns To The Silence

    50-Marvin Gaye-Here My Dear

    I LOVE double albums

    not sure I've put these in the right order, other than trying to remember them....

    but I loved this question and I wanted to give it my best effort

    heres a list of terrific Triple albums

    1-Wings Over America-Wings

    2-All Things Must Pass-George Harrison

    3-Sandinista-The Clash

    4-Live 75-85-Bruce Springsteen

    5-The Last Waltz-The Band

    6-Collected Works-Simon & Garfunkel

    7-Joe's Garage-Frank Zappa

    8-Woodstock- Soundtrack

    9-The Show That Never Ends- Emerson, Lake & Palmer

    10-69 Love Songs-The Magnetic Fields

    11-The Concert for Bangla Desh

  • The White Album - The Beatles

    Grand Funk Live - Grand Funk Railroad

    Physical Graffitti - Led Zeppelin

    Chicago Transit Authority - Chicago

    Something / Anthing - Todd Rundgren

    Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine - The Doors

    Exile on Main Street - The Rolling Stones

    The Wall - Pink Floyd

    All Things Must Pass - George Harrison

    Living In The Past - Jethro Tull

  • Anna
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Pink Floyd - The Wall The Beatles - The White Album Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde The Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St Metallica - And Justice for All Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti The Beatles - Anthology 1,2 and 3 The Who - Tommy The Who - Quadrophenia David Bowie - David Live David Bowie - Stage The Doors - Absolutely Live Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland John Lennon - Some Time in New York City Pink Floyd - Ummagumma The Rolling Stones - Love You Live Elvis Presley - In Concert Santana - Moonflower Sting - Nothing like the sun U2 - Rattle and Hum Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Ozzy Osbourne - Tribute Prince - Sign o the times Prince - Around the world in a Day

  • 1 decade ago

    Something Anything - Todd Rundgren

    Quadrophenia- The Who

    Stadium Arcadiam- Red Hot Chilli Peppers

    The Wall- Pink Floyd

    Frampton Comes Alive- Peter Frampton

    Double Fantasy- John & Yoko

    The White Album- Beatles

    and then there was that 3 CD by Bruce Springsteen

    There was a Grover Washington Jr one as well.

    Meet me in Margaritaville- Jimmy Buffett

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  • Jackal
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Double Live Gonzo - Ted Nugent

    Kiss Alive

    Kiss Alive II

    Live After Death - Iron Maiden

    The White Album - The Beatles

    The Great Rock N Roll Swindle - The Sex Pistols

    We sold our soul for Rock N Roll - Black Sabbath

    Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin

  • 1 decade ago

    Clapton Complete Collection

    White Album/Beatles

  • 1 decade ago

    Beatles - White Album

    Nitty Gritty Dirt band - will the Circle be Unbroken

    Firesign Theater - Dear Friends

    george Harrison - all Things Must Pass

    Original Soundtrack - American graffiti

    Frank Zappa - Freak Out

  • 1 decade ago

    Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti

    Kiss - Alive

    Ted Nugent - Double Live Gonzo

    The Beatles - The White Album

    Pink Floyd - The Wall

  • 1 decade ago

    The Wall-Pink Floyd

    Pulse-Pink Floyd

    The Delicate Sound Of Thunder-Pink Floyd

    *I like other albums better than Ummagumma

    *I'm hoping live albums count too...

    George Harrison/Eric Clapton & Band: Live In Japan

    Quadrophenia-The Who

    The Essential Emerson, Lake, & Palmer

    Physical Graffiti-Led Zeppelin

    Satriani Live!-Joe Satriani

    Rush In Rio (three disc set)-Rush (I actually like a lot of Rush's live stuff better than the studio versions...especially YYZ)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Who - Quadrophenia

    The Beatles - White Album

    Oasis - Stop The Clocks

    Pink Floyd - The Wall

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