Album which you have listened to most?

We all have favourites and we all keep going back to them every now and then. Some maybe permanently lying next to our systems and have been for years.

Is there an album or two or three at the most which gets most of your attention and is played on your system most often? Not necessarily the best sounding but the one which you are emotionally attached to.

I thought I would ask for a single album but to make it easier for all you may name three of them.

If you have have had the album for more than five years, it qualifies for inclusion here.

The reason I decided to post this message is because I am interested in buying something interesting and if there are only ten people responding it means 30 albums for me to be on the lookout for.

Thanks a lot for your input (if you have read this far I know you will post your three albums also) :-)
I wonder what has changed for those who posted 5-7 years back on this thread. Are you still listening to the same or have shifted to something else?
Quadrophile, I only just stumbled on this thread, started at the beginning and noticed Zakir Hussain's "making music" made your list. So , sure enough I endorse all of the other usual suspects that have been mentioned ("kind of blue", "something else" and the likes), but "making music" happens to be one of my all time favorite discs so I suspect you will appreciate some of these more esoteric recommendations.

Richard Galliano - Laurita, Blow up
Anuar Brahem - Brazakh, Conte de l'incroyable amour, Khomsa
Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa
Keith Jarreth - Koln Concert, Personal Mountains
Hariprasad Chaurasia - Indian Night Live, Stuttgart '88 (and a lot of other stuff)
Rabih Abou-Khalil - Nafas, Al-Jadida

More in the mainsteam, honorable mentions are:

The Who: Quadrophila
Talk Talk: Color of spring
Crosby, Stills, Nash: 4 way street

Two other - entirely different - but equally brilliant albums are:

Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP
Lauryl Hill: The miseducation of Lauryl Hill

And the list goes on ....

Since you asked about more recent material. I find myself listening to Chick Corea, "Rendez Vouz in New York" on MCH SACD quite a bit these day, if only to appreciate what the SACD medium AND what Chick Corea are capable of.

Oops - I forgot to mention John McLaughlin "my goals beyond" and "extrapolation"
I think I need to update my own list since it has been seven years since I posted this thread. I still listen to the ones I mentioned but have to add one to the list.

Cassandra Wilson - New Moon Daughter
A few different ones

Greg Brown - If I Had Known
Gillian Welch - Revival
Rusty Truck - Broken Promises
Neil Finn - One All
Gov't Mule - Dose