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Ten Albums To Go

I'm finally down to my top 10 all-time favorite albums. I know, some of you grumps are nodding and saying it's about time, or that no one cares. Too bad.

Here's the 90 to date:



100. Son Volt, "Trace"
99. R.E.M, "Automatic For the People."
98. Paul Simon, "Graceland"
97. Aimee Mann, "I'm With Stupid"
96. Radiohead, "The Bends"
95: John and Mary, "Victory Gardens"
94: Lou Reed, "New York"
93: Drive-By Truckers: "Blessing and a Curse"
92. The Police, "Zenyatta Mondatta"
91. The Traveling Wilburys, Vol. 1
90. Jethro Tull, "Aqualung"
89. Mike Oldfield, "Tubular Bells"
88. Allman Brothers, "Live at Fillmore East"
87. Tom Waits, "Bone Machine"
86. Elvis Costello, "When I Was Cruel"
85. The Doors, "Morrison Hotel"
84. Tragically Hip, "Trouble at the Henhouse"
83. Boz Scaggs, "Silk Degrees"
82. Ryan Adams, "Cold Roses"
81. Santana, "Abraxas"
80. Elton John, "Honky Chateau"
79. Leonard Cohen, "Live in London"
78. Neil Diamond, "Tap Root Manuscript"
77. Lucinda Williams, "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road"
76. The Spinners, "Spinners"
75. Richard Thompson "Rumor and Sigh"
74. Lowest of the Low, "Shakespeare My Butt"
73. Traffic,  "Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys"
72. Eels, "Shootenanny"
71. Cat Stevens, "Tea for the Tillerman"
70. INXS, "Kick"
69. Tom Waits, "Frank's Wild Years"
68. Dire Straits, "Brothers in Arms"
67. Meet the Beatles
66. Leo Kottke, "Dreams and all That Stuff"
65. Uncle Tuepelo, "Anodyne"
64. Randy Newman, "Land of Dreams"
63. Jason Isbell, "Here We Rest"
62. Bob Dylan, "Bringing It All Back Home"
61. Wilco, "Being There"
60. Joni Mitchell, "For the Roses"
59. Neil Young, "Harvest Moon"
58. Jackson 5: "ABC"
57. Sheryl Crow, "Tuesday Night Music Club"
56. Tom Petty, "Wildflowers"
55. Steve Earle, "El Corazon"
54. Counting Crows, "August And Everything After"
53: Michael Jackson, "Thriller"
52. Cracker, "Kerosene Hat"
51. Cowboy Junkies, "Blackeyed Man"
50. Dada, "American Highway Flower"
49. Fleetwood Mac, "Fleetwood Mac"
48. Tragically Hip, "We Are the Same"
47. Bonnie Raitt, "Nick of Time"
46. Strokes, "Is This It"
45. Tom Waits, "Mule Variations"
44. Grateful Dead, "Workingman's Dead"
43. Steely Dan, "Aja"
42. R.E.M., "Document"
41. Miles Davis, "Kind of Blue"
40. Ryan Adams, "Heartbreaker"
39. Billy Joel, "The Stranger"
38. The Replacements, "Tim"
37. Steve Earle, "Transcendental Blues"
36. 10,000 Maniacs, "In My Tribe"
35. Wilco, "Summer Teeth"
34. The Clash, "London Calling"
33. New Riders, "Home Home On The Road"
32. The Eagles, "On The Border"
31. Hootie & The Blowfish, "Cracked Rear View"

30. Graham Nash, "Songs for Beginners"
29. Bob Dylan, "Blood on the Tracks"
28. Little Feat, "Sailin' Shoes"
27. The Beatles, "White Album"
26. Ryan Adams, "Gold"
25. Tom Waits, "Small Change"
24. Jason Isbell, "Southeastern
23. Neil Young, "Harvest"
22. Elton John, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
21. The Tragically Hip, "Phantom Power"
20. Rolling Stones, "Sticky Fingers"
19. Sly & the Family Stone, "Stand"
18. The Who: "Who's Next?"
17. Warren Zevon, "Excitable Boy"
16. Steve Earle, "Jerusalem"
15. The Band, "The Band"
14. Neil Diamond, "Love at the Greek"
13, Bob Dylan, "Nashville Skyline"
12. The Tragically Hip, "Day for Night"
11. Led Zeppelin, "Led Zeppelin II"