78 Comments (since 21 Aug 2015)
41) Boards of Canada - 'Music Has the Right to Children'
42) Genesis - 'Selling England By The Pound'
43) Galaxie 500 - 'On Fire'
44) Bruce Springsteen - 'Darkness On The Edge Of Town'
45) The Cure - 'Disintegration'
46) Public Enemy - 'It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back'
47) Animal Collective - 'Merriweather Post Pavilion'
48) Sonic Youth - 'Daydream Nation'
49) Arcade Fire - 'Funeral'
50) The Strokes - 'Is This It'
31) Sufjan Stevens - 'Illinois'
32) Wilco - 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot'
33) Beck - 'Odelay'
34) Prince - 'Sign 'O' The Times'
35) The Stone Roses - 'The Stone Roses'
36) Bob Marley - 'Catch A Fire'
37) The Replacements - 'Let It Be'
38) Otis Redding - 'Otis Blue'
39) Kraftwerk - 'Trans-Europe Express'
40) Modest Mouse - 'The Moon & Antarctica'
21) The Avalanches - 'Since I Left You'
22) Neutral Milk Hotel - 'In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'
23) Slint - 'Spiderland'
24) Talking Heads - 'Remain In Light'
25) Love - 'Forever Changes'
26) The Doors - 'The Doors'
27) Pavement - 'Slanted and Enchanted'
28) The Clash - 'London Calling'
29) Nick Drake - 'Pink Moon'
30) Marvin Gaye - 'What's Going On'
11) R.E.M. - 'Murmur'
12) Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - 'The Boatman's Call'
13) David Bowie - 'Hunky Dory'
14) Roxy Music - 'For Your Pleasure'
15) Stevie Wonder - 'Innervisions'
16) Led Zeppelin - 'Physical Graffiti'
17) The Fall - 'The Complete Peel Sessions 1978–2004'
18) The Rolling Stones - 'Exile On Main St.'
19) The Velvet Underground - 'The Velvet Underground & Nico'
20) Nirvana - 'Nevermind'
1) Bob Dylan - 'Highway 61 Revisited'
2) Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band - 'Trout Mask Replica'
3) Tom Waits - 'Rain Dogs'
4) Radiohead - 'Kid A'
5) Joy Division - 'Closer'
6) Joni Mitchell - 'The Hissing Of Summer Lawns'
7) The Beatles - 'Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band'
8) Van Morrison - 'Astral Weeks'
9) The Beach Boys - 'Pet Sounds'
10) The Smiths - 'The Queen Is Dead'
@Bukowski Before you go you MUST check out my current jam - not music, but pee your pants funny....CLASSIC! You know this guy, you hate him, it is well worth 30 minutes of your time, just wear adult diapers - I will want a written report - you'll get that joke after you listen. Got turned onto this in '92 lost it just found it well worth it - promise - pass on:) Music history and sarcasm as we are all Scholars:)
Hard to argue with Be My Baby—really hard!—but come back in a couple days when I post mine (which I likewise consider the greatest pop song ever recorded).
Great taste Paul I am guessing these are your all time top 50? ...188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1. would be in my top 20.
Nice one. Hope to see you under different circumstances (hint, hint) and thanks for all the fish.
Also in mine: 8, 9, 10, 13, 19, 25, 35, 41, 45, 48, 49, 50. Would also have some of the same bands/artists but different albums: Rubber Soul, Ladies of the Canyon,Sea Change, OK Computer, Green and Bryter Later for instance. Fabulous finale Paul x x x
Great albums selection. I'm on board with most of those! ;)
And thanks for all the awesome music you've jammed. LLTIMJ!
@abigail.deeks Point well made. xx
Thank you for the lists and the music. Top man!
........"the other being Miles Davis".....SOB!!!!
....can't argue (much) with your top 50...:-)
I´ll dig into the list...I hope see u around
Expected no less at the end...really enjoyed your jams!
Are you on Let's Loop?
Great list, great Jam. Sad it's over. All the very best. Cheers
All the best
indeed a great list!
Fantastic list! Thanks for all dem jamz...
Thank you for all the music and for being the 1st comment on my 1st jam, it certainly made me feel like i have done it right!!! You are a reference at TIMJ =D
Mr Bukowski, thank you. Let me know where to keep in touch and somehow continue to share in your musical goodness. Cheers
@jimleatherman Thank you for that lovely compliment. I'm Paul Stuart Ashby on Facebook
Thanks for all the jams, been a great ride!
now you are making me emotional...and a teenie again--lets keep playing on our bit of the planet...:)
excellent pick. thank you for the music!
I expected more of The Fall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Final jam already ???? !!!!!
I feel a tear..
@crawtonleek That's @AndyWilkinson dept.
@lindatee I don't want to drag it out. Like a Band-Aid.
That's a very fine list, presumably the real one has more Pink Floyd albums. In the words of #4, "I will see you in the next lifeeeeee".
That's a mighty fine list. Good idea including the Fall's complete Peel Sessions - 6 CDs that neatly encompasses the majority of the career of the Best Band Ever.
No more @Bukowski jams? *Sobs* Weird how your Jams have become an integral part of my weeks over the last three years. Just wanted to say a huge THANKS for sharing your musical insights. I've really enjoyed the journey.
I demand a total recall - how do you explain the complete absence of one of "only 2 post-1945 musical geniuses" sir? How can the other one only be at no. 2? Unacceptable, Incomprehensible and unexpected. Love your jams! Loved your quirky obsessively repeated comments just as much!
Take a bow sir
Great jams, thank you. Will you be heading to LetsLoop to join us ex-Jammers?
I look at that list and remember many great discussions about many albums on it. A great selection of Jams from you over these past few years for which I shall remain most grateful as I visit your archive in the months to come. Hope we'll see you over there somewhere Paul. Cheers fella.
,,,theres time yet ,,,,,and then to reign eternal in archive...
Thank you for all the great jams and for being one of the first to comment when I joined up :)
Thanks for all the fine jams and your support @Bukowski!
A great old classic, from when I was a kid! Thanks!
In case someone has not heard, and sorry to be repetitive:
When the party here is over, most of us are going to here: http://www.letsloop.com It is not the fine toy Jam was, but they are young and growing! Also, there is a F/B page for X jammers:
There is also this: http://bullfrogjams.tumblr.com/
See you there! LLAP!
Spread the word.
Great final jam! Thanks for your wonderful musical choices and relentless eloquence :-) I wish you and your Victorian glove puppet well, sir...
Thanks so much for your company and your jams over the past few years. It's been a pleasure to know you and I hope our paths cross again. So for the last time - great jam :)
A fine choice for your last jam :) Goodbye, sir! It's been a pleasure.
I knew it was your jam when it started playing :P but why the last one already? :(
@HappyZebra Don't want to drag it out.
So long and thanks for all the trout Paul. If you have a blog or something where you talk about why you love those albums (particularly the geniuses Miles Davis and Captain Beefheart) I'd certainly like to see it.
Great music, thanks for all of it.
The TIMJ PLP are debating the possibility of entryism in the compilation of this list. There may be cause for an enquiry particularly in light of Sonic Youth only polling 48 against Nirvana achieving 20 when the latter would not have noodled a note without the former. On balance however there is no debate on the top spot. And, I had no idea you liked lists. XX
Thanks for all your great jams! Great jam to go out on! Excellent top 50 list as well!
RIP Bukowski The greatest post-war jam-person in the world who we all adoreeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Tremendous list there, quite a few of my faves featured. Great choice to bow out on. Thanks for your jams Mister, and your seriously cool name :)
Great finale! thanks for some fantastic jams
Thanks for the music.
Hip, hip. I've appreciated all you've offered the Jam community. Cheers, mate.
Had to listen ONE more time!
Haven't used this site as much as I could have but I'm going to miss it...
Totally agree, fantastic.
@Bukowski thanks for all the great tunes! I too like the majority of your list, very surprised there's only one Captain and no Miles Davis…!!! and I hope to see you again in another musical life
Many thanks for the great tunes - no filler, all killer. Cheers.
See you around, Paul , the bucolic poet of TIMJ.
@mrbootle Miles Davis appears on my favourite jazz albums list:-
Favourite Jazz albums:-
Miles Davis - 'Bitches Brew'
John Coltrane - 'A Love Supreme'
Charles Mingus - 'Mingus Ah Um'
Cannonball Adderley - 'Somethin' Else'
Sonny Rollins - 'Saxophone Colossus'
Eric Dolphy - 'Out To Lunch!'
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers - 'Moanin'
Ornette Coleman - 'The Shape Of Jazz To Come'
Thelonious Monk - 'Monk's Dream'
Herbie Hancock - 'Head Hunters'
@Bukowski great list!
Undoubtedly one of the greatest songs ever.
They never made a record that wasn't "the best I ever heard", but of them, this is the best. 1963 was the golden age of top 40 music.
They sure could sing!
... and a terrific Top 50 selection. All the best Paul. Thanks for the good Jams.
Swung by for a repeat. :-)
Great way to exit - it's all subjective of course, but very hard to argue against Be My Baby for greatest ever pop song, a sheer delight.
***FOR ANYONE who wasn't aware.....You can now have a true "TIMJ-STYLE" playlist of only ONE song ( their latest one ) from each of the people you follow on LL.....FILTERS have now been put in for you to choose how you want to listen........(1) click your avatar, (2) In grey bar ( under your avatar) click "The Loop" ( far left) (3) Next to "You Are Viewing" are the 4 filters. Go to the 1st one, "All Loops" & drop down instead to "The latest loop" (4) click "play" (far right).......(cont)
.....VOILA!!! There's your playlist of the latest songs, one from each of all the people you're following. Press the 'square' ( bottom left) for the full screen video and you will then suddenly not be missing TIMJ as much as you feared!! =D