It's a cliche but Sgt Pepper and A Day In The Life?
Thunder Road and Jungleland
Okay vanwoert, I'm going with Born To Run, too and I just played the record yesterday. ;)
And It Stoned Me & Glad Tidings
Always loved Band on the Run/Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five. Closing song may never be recognized as a McCartney classic, but it's always been one of my favorites.That whole album was him getting it exactly right post-Beatles (with Ram a sloppy second).
'Broke Down & Busted' & 'Birthday Carol'!Capt. Al
Like a Rolling Stone / Desolation Row
Gimme Shelter & You Can't Always Get What You Want...Wild Night & You're My Woman...Narcotic Prayer & Ultraglide...The Bourgeois Blues & Goodnight Irene...Young Man Blues & Magic Bus...well, you get the picture!
I'll go with:A Night at the Opera; Death on Two Legs and Bohemian Rhapsody (assuming God Save the Queen is not a song)A Farewell to Kings; AFtK and Cygnus X-1Honorable mention goes to:Zep 4; Black Dog and When the Levee BreaksThe Clash; London CallingBlizzard of Oz; I Don't Know and Steal Away
Highway Star : Space Truckin' on Deep Purple's 1972 Machine Head [original version]. In fact I'm going to play it now before I'm banished to the doghouse again for listening to loud music during the holidays. Cheers!
meddle--- one of these days/echoes
My first thought was "I Will Dare/Answering Machine" (or maybe "You Told Me/Randy Scouse Git", but I can see Born To Run beating those...
Who's Next - Baba O'Riley/Won't Get Fooled AgainExile on Main Street - Rocks Off/Soul SurvivorHappy New Year!
Good choices, all! I will add:Let It Bleed - Gimme Shelter/You Can't Always Get What You WantArmed Forces - Accidents Will Happen/(What's So Funny About) Peace, Love, and Understanding?"What's Going On? - Title Track/Inner City Blues(Make Me Wanna Holler Hell of a year. Rock on, y'all - bill buckner
"Wouldn't It Be Nice" and "Caroline No" in a walk. You can't understand WIBN without hearing the heartbreak of "Caroline No."
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