If there was only ONE album/cd/release you can listen to, over and over.............

Your " best ever " recording, which has likely been discussed ad nauseam, would you select, say, if given a choice of only one ( whatever the scenario would be; stranded on an island, locked up in isolation, all music gone, but this one ). As hard as this is, as there are so many to choose from, I have selected " A Tribute To Jack Johnson ", by the esteemed Miles Davis ( 1992 Columbia version ). I have selected this, specifically for the performances, as I do with all of my listening. The playing.....the musicianship.....the arrangement.....the story, set to music, by the esteemed M.D.. And, my system delivers the message, so I feel proud of my set up. What can I say ? I hope everyone well, and, ENJOY ! Always, MrD.


You guys got me searching for my Jeff Buckley "Grace" album. No trace of it on the shelves, either on LP or CD. Ah... It's on Qobuz...  BTW, I'm a big fan of Tim Buckley, the dad Jeff supposedly hated. Still have Tim's LPs. Maybe I mentioned this before on this site but I saw Tim once at the Troubadour. He was awful. ...Into his full-blown nonstop screaming faze.

I was going to go with Selling England, but @arthur1954 beat me to it.  So I’ll go with Cat Stevens’ Tea for the Tillerman; it never gets old.