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OK, How about the album "Buddy Holly" by, of course, Buddy Holly. Here are the tracks:

Track Listings

1. I'm Gonna Love You Too

2. Peggy Sue

3. Look At Me

4. Listen To Me

5. Valley Of Tears

6. Ready Teddy

7. Everyday

8. Mailman Bring Me No More Blues

9. Words Of Love

10. Baby I Don't Care (You're So Square)

11. Rave On

12. Little Baby

13. Take Your Time

14. Now We're One

15. Early In The Morning

I think that was quite the effort in 1958.

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And mine is 1986 and fav album is probably Raising Hell - Run DMC

Either you're too young or I'm too old, but that's okay. I love, love, love this album. :bow:

My birth year is 1969. My favorite album from that year is Led Zeppelin II. However, I saw a chart that reported the soundtrack of "The Sound of Music" was released in that year. As much as I love Zeppelin, I dig Julie Andrews a hundred times more. :grin:

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Either you're too young or I'm too old, but that's okay. I love, love, love this album. :bow:

My birth year is 1969. My favorite album from that year is Led Zeppelin II. However, I saw a chart that reported the soundtrack of "The Sound of Music" was released in that year. As much as I love Zeppelin, I dig Julie Andrews a hundred times more. :grin:

Any Julie Does Zep albums out there? Pat Boone will take a shot at it...

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Ron, you are so quick...do mine. I have no time!

Julie and Zep...think of the harmonies!

Here they are...1956!!!!

1 125 Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley

2 214 Frank Sinatra

Songs for Swingin' Lovers

3 296 Sonny Rollins

Saxophone Colossus

4 327 Duke Ellington

Ellington at Newport

5 391 Elvis Presley

Elvis

6 493 Ella Fitzgerald

Sings the Cole Porter Songbook, Vol. 1

7 604 Johnny Burnette

Johnny Burnette and the Rock'n'Roll Trio

8 652 Charles Mingus

Pithecanthropus Erectus

9 884 Ella Fitzgerald

Sings the Rodgers and Hart Songbook, Vol. 1

10 961 Horace Silver

Horace Silver and The Jazz Messengers

11 973 Sonny Rollins

Tenor Madness

12 988 Big Joe Turner

The Boss of the Blues

13 1017 Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

Ella and Louis

14 1067 Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

Porgy and Bess

15 1267 Modern Jazz Quartet

Fontessa

16 1287 Modern Jazz Quartet

Django

17 1300 The Weavers

At Carnegie Hall

18 1473 The Louvin Brothers

Tragic Songs of Life

19 1589 Art Tatum

Group Masterpieces, Vol. 8

20 1594 The Original Motion Picture Cast

The Wizard of Oz

21 1614 Harry Belafonte

Calypso

22 1616 Bill Haley and His Comets

Rock Around the Clock

23 1734 Sarah Vaughan

In the Land of HiFi

24 1811 Lester Young & Teddy Wilson

Pres & Teddy

25 1945 George Russell

The Jazz Workshop

26 2009 Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie and Sonny Stitt

For Musicians Only

27 2014 Lennie Tristano

Lennie Tristano

28 2030 B.B. King

Singin' the Blues

29 2109 Fats Domino

Rock and Rollin' with Fats Domino

30 2132 Jimmy Giuffre

Jimmy Giuffre 3

31 2326 Anita O'Day

Pick Yourself Up with Anita O'Day

32 2498 Clifford Brown & Max Roach

At Basin Street

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In 1988, a bunch of good albums came out.

Seventh Son of a Seventh Son - Iron Maiden

Odyssey - Yngwie Malmsteen

..And Justice for All - Metallica

Time Odyssey - Vinnie Moore

Surfer Rosa - Pixies

Operation: Mindcrime - Queensrÿche

It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back - Public Enemy

South of Heaven - Slayer

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