My music collection

My master list from my old Angelfire site, slightly updated, in alphabetical order. MIML=Made in My Lifetime, FMPC=From My Parents’ Collection, OD=On Display. The format of each is in parenthesis after the title. It needs to be updated to include a bunch of vinyl albums I’ve come into the possession of but never got around to playing or cataloging. Some of those albums include the inferior Capitol versions of The Beatles’ early albums. The only reason I own any of them is because I got them for free. All the Capitol repackagings except MMT suck.

Abbey Road (CD)

All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes (MIML, CD and vinyl, vinyl formerly OD)

All Things Must Pass (cassette, iTunes, FMPC)

Another Scoop (vinyl, ten songs on it MIML)

Arena (vinyl, MIML)

The Association: Greatest Hits (vinyl)

Baron von Tollbooth and the Chrome Nun (vinyl)

The BBC Sessions (by The Who) (CD)

The Beach Boys: All-Time Greatest Hits (cassette tape my father got me at the end of seventh grade)

The Beatles (i.e., The White Album) (CD). This was almost the last album I ever listened to in my lifetime.

The Beatles: 1962-1966 (i.e., The Red Album) (vinyl, FMPC)

The Beatles’ Second Album (vinyl, and yes I know it’s a pathetic repackage put together by Capitol, but come on, it was only a dollar!)

Beatles ’65 (vinyl)

The Beatles’ Twenty Greatest Hits (cassette)

Beatles VI (vinyl)

Beethoven Sonatas (vinyl). This might not be the name of it, but it’s what it contains. It was from the free bin, stuffed into a Tchaikovskiy record cover along with that record and one other one. The sonatas are performed by Artur Rubenstein.

The Best of Herman’s Hermits (vinyl)

Big Thing (vinyl, MIML)

The Birds, The Bees, and The Monkees (vinyl)

Blaze (vinyl)

Bookends (vinyl, OD)

Both Sides of Herman’s Hermits (vinyl)

Brainwashed (CD, MIML)

Bridge Over Troubled Water (vinyl). This was almost the penultimate album I ever listened to in this lifetime, and the last vinyl record I listened to until over a month after my accident and I was finally able to figure out a way to sit in a chair by my record player.

Bringing It All Back Home (vinyl)

Can’t Wait to See the Movie (vinyl, MIML)

Classic Sinatra (CD)

Cloud Nine (cassette, FMPC, MIML)

Colour by Numbers (vinyl, CD, MIML)

The Concert in Central Park (vinyl, MIML)

Daltrey (vinyl). I really only bought it because it was only $3 and Roger looks so beautiful on the cover!

Dark Horse (vinyl)

The Darlings of Wapping Wharf Launderette (double CD of greatest hits and album tracks by The Small Faces)

David Jones (vinyl)

Deep End—Live! (vinyl, MIML)

Diamond Girl (vinyl)

Double Fantasy (vinyl, MIML)

Duran Duran (their 1981 debut, not their 1993 also-eponymous album better-known as The Wedding Album) (vinyl, MIML)

Empty Glass (vinyl, OD, MIML)

Extra Texture (vinyl)

Face Dances (CD, MIML)

Fiddler on the Roof soundtrack (vinyl, FMPC)

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons: Anthology (double album on cassette)

Gadi Elon (vinyl)

Genesis (vinyl, MIML)

George Harrison (vinyl, released ten months before I was born)

Gone Troppo (vinyl, MIML)

Graceland (cassette, MIML, FMPC)

A Hard Day’s Night (CD, vinyl)

Headquarters (vinyl, OD)

Help! (CD, vinyl)

Herman’s Hermits on Tour (vinyl)

Historical Anthology of Music: Johann Sebastian Bach (with Cantatas 78 and 106) (vinyl)

Historical Anthology of Music: Josquin des Prés (vinyl)

The Hollies’ Greatest Hits (cassette; doesn’t include “The Air That I Breathe,” unfortunately)

Hope and Glory (cassette; out of print, MIML)

Imagine (vinyl)

Iron Man (vinyl, MIML)

Israel Is Born (vinyl)

It’s Hard (CD, vinyl, MIML)

Jersey Beat: The Music of Frankie Valli and the 4 Seasons (boxed set)

Join Together (vinyl, MIML)

Kissing to Be Clever (vinyl, MIML)

Live at Cow Palace (cassette bootleg of a Who show from 20 November 1973)

Live at Leeds (CD)

Live at Leeds Deluxe Edition (i.e., LAL+T) (CD)

Live at the Fillmore East, 5 April 1968 (vinyl bootleg)

Living in the Material World (vinyl)

Magical Mystery Tour (vinyl, OD)

McVicar (vinyl, MIML)

Meaty, Beaty, Big, and Bouncy (vinyl, OD. The very first vinyl album I bought!)

Meet The Beatles (vinyl)

Mendelssohn: Concerto for Violin & Orchestra, J. Strauss Emperor Waltz, Von Suppe: Poet & Peasant (vinyl)

Milk and Honey (vinyl, MIML)

Mind Games (vinyl)

Monkee Business (cassette)

The Monkees (vinyl)

More of The Monkees (vinyl, no cover or sleeve)

Moving Target (vinyl, MIML)

My Generation Deluxe (CD)

A Night at the Opera (by Queen) (vinyl, FMPC. I played it once but it didn’t really make an impression with me. I’ve never gotten around to playing it again to see if it might grow on me.)

Nocture—The Philadelphia Orchestra (vinyl; varous pieces of classic music. From the free bin.)

Notorious (vinyl, MIML)

Odds and Sods (CD, vinyl OD)

One of the Boys (vinyl)

101 Strings Play Million Seller Hits of Today Composed by Simon and Garfunkel (vinyl)

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme (vinyl, FMPC). Almost the third-last album I heard in this lifetime, the album I always played when I got home from work. You don’t forget a thing like that, the last albums you could have ever heard in this lifetime.

Piano Rags by Scott Joplin (played by Joshua Rifkin) (vinyl, FMPC)

Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, and Jones Ltd. (vinyl, OD)

Plastic Ono Band (vinyl)

The Power Station (vinyl, MIML)

Prokofiev: Classical Symphony, Overture on Hebrew Themes, Lt. Kijé Suite, Scherzo and March from ‘The Love for Three Oranges’ (vinyl)

Psychoderelict (CD, MIML)

Quadrophenia (CD, vinyl FMPC and OD)

A Quick One (CD)

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor (vinyl)

Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 3 in A Minor, Op. 44 (vinyl)

Revolver (CD)

Ride a Rock Horse (vinyl)

Rigor Mortis Sets In (vinyl)

Rio (vinyl, CD, MIML)

Rock and Roll (vinyl)

Rough Boy (vinyl bootleg)

Rough Mix (vinyl)

Rubber Soul (CD, vinyl)

Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, “The Great” (vinyl)

Scoop (vinyl, six songs MIML)

Sgt. Pepper (CD)

Seven and the Ragged Tiger (vinyl, MIML)

So Far (CSN&Y compilation) (vinyl, FMPC; they also have it on cassette)

Something New (vinyl)

Somewhere in England (vinyl, MIML)

So Red the Rose (vinyl, MIML, OD)

Sounds of Silence (vinyl, FMPC)

Still Crazy After All These Years (vinyl)

Summer Breeze (vinyl, FMPC)

Tapestry (vinyl)

Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D Major (vinyl, from the free bin)

Tchaikovsky’s Greatest Hits Vol. I (vinyl)

There Goes Rhymin’ Simon (vinyl)

There’s a Kind of Hush All Over the World (vinyl)

Thirty-Three & 1/3 (vinyl)

Thirty Years of Maximum R&B (CD; boxed set)

Tommy (CD)

Tommy (vinyl; original soundtrack from the 1976 movie)

Toscanini: Mendelssohn: Incidental Music to A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Schumann: Symphony No. 3 (vinyl)

Too Late the Hero (vinyl, MIML)

Two Sides of the Moon (vinyl)

Under a Raging Moon (vinyl, MIML)

Understanding Music (3-CD sampler package from a music class I took at uni, compiled by the author of our textbook, who goes to my original shul interestingly enough)

Valotte (vinyl, MIML)

Verdi Spectacular (vinyl)

The Very Best of Cream (CD)

Waking Up with the Band on Fire (I mean, Waking Up with the House on Fire) (vinyl, MIML)

Walls and Bridges (vinyl)

Wednesday Morning, 3 AM (vinyl)

White City (vinyl, MIML, OD)

Who Are You (CD, vinyl, made a year before I was born)

The Who by Numbers (CD, vinyl)

Who Came First (vinyl)

The Who Sell Out (CD)

The Who Sings “My Generation” (CD)

Who’s Last (vinyl, MIML, was OD back when I only had four records)

Who’s Missing (CD)

Who’s Next (CD)

The Worst of Jefferson Airplane (vinyl, FMPC)

Yesterday…and Today (vinyl)
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One thought on “My music collection

  1. “The Beatles’ Second Album” is one of the coolest albums of all time… precisely because it’s such a pathetic repackage by Capitol. Was there any group other than the Beatles who could have a gathering of their B-sides, EP tracks and leftover album tracks randomly thrown together, sequenced horribly – and then have their original mixes messed around with by an American producer who HATED both them and rock and roll in general – and yet still have the results of this invitation to disaster end up as a kick-ass album?!?!

    If you have the stereo album, give a listen to “Money”. The stereo version on this album is more powerful than any version of CD. (Unless of course you’re listening to the CD version of “The Beatles’ Second Album”).

    You got your dollar’s worth!

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