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    Question Which Group/ Artist Do You Have the Most of?

    CDs, Albums (vinyl), Tapes, Box sets, duplicates... whatever...

    If you add them all up, who is the top dog in your collection? Surprised? I was.

    I would have thought David Bowie for me, but turns out to be Neil Young by a C-90 with a total of 16...
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    Savatage.

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    Van Morrison (15), followed closely by Bob Dylan (14). Stupid prolific artists.
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    Hendrix,with Neil Young, a close second place :)
    JC approves....he told me so. (F-1 nut)

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    LOL! That was pretty easy - I just alphabetized all my media about six weeks ago:

    John Mayall - 22 (with 3 dupes in various media, and counting DVD)
    Jimi Hendrix - 18 (primarily due to remastered boxed set on vinyl)
    Robert Cray - 14 (2 dupes)
    Bonnie Raitt - 12 (3 dupes)
    Jackson Browne - 11 (2 dupes)

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    I knew the top 2 without even checking and was pretty sure about 3 and 4...Just needed to count to get the exact total...

    Jimmy Buffett - 30
    Jackson Browne - 18
    Eagles - 11
    Led Zeppelin - 9
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    Its good to see other CP members listening to some awesome musicians.

    1. Led Zeppelin
    2. Pink Floyd
    3. AC/DC

    Could just as easily switch 1 and 2. I have alot of "off the beaten path" stuff on both.
    People who think they know everything, really annoy those of us who do.

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    Not at home to count, but can call this one fairly accurately.

    Van Halen (not Van Hagar)
    AC/DC
    Rush
    The Beatles
    Iron Maiden
    Judas Priest
    Led Zeppelin
    Rolling Stones
    Pink Floyd
    Miles Davis
    Willie Nelson
    Johnny Cash

    All at, approaching, or over 20 easily.

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    1. Led Zeppelin - All + bootlegs
    2. Yes
    3. Dave Matthews
    4. Bodeans
    5. Genesis

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    Led Zeppelin
    Pink Floyd
    Beatles
    Smashing Pumpkins
    Stone Temple Pilots
    Rush
    Eagles
    AC/DC
    Van Morrison
    Nirvana
    Jimi Hendrix
    SRV
    Neil Young
    Aimee Mann

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    Most...

    1) Johnny Cash
    2) Bob Dylan
    3) Neil Young

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    Can't check now but that'll be Diana Krall for sure.

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    Cher







    Just kidding. I have no idea actually. But off the top of my head it'd have to be some 80's group for sure.. like Depeche Mode or Eurythmics. i'll loook later tonight.

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    Shot in the dark here...

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    Beatles rule!!!!!!!!! I have all their original Capitol/Apple lp's, every cd, tons of bootlegs, dvd's etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danger boy
    Cher
    ROFLMAO....

    Great variety so far.
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    I'd be too close a call to list just one, these 3 are tied for first place. I'd lean towards Duran Duran as I have most everything they've ever done, including most all of their underground works.

    Duran Duran
    Depeche Mode
    Oingo Boingo
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    Michael Jackson
    Alice Cooper
    Marilyn Manson
    Jimmy Smith
    Kiss

    madmax

    Edit: Interesting. I notice mine are all showmen of one type or another.
    Vinyl, the final frontier...

    Avantgarde horns, 300b tubes, thats the kinda crap I want... :D

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    Alphabetically: Beatles, Grateful Dead, Patty Larkin, Who
    (I'd have to count to determine the order)
    all the best,
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    Including bootlegs

    Led Zep by far- 301 individual shows including studio releases
    Jimi Hendrix- 81 including studio releases, remasters, re-releases.
    Jewel- 22 including studio releases and singles

    Not including bootlegs

    Led Zep
    Jimi Hendrix
    Stevie Ray Vaughn

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    Including all the singles I forgot about

    Depeche Mode ~45 discs
    Erasure ~35 discs

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    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    Zeppelin, Diana Krall, Nirvana, Beastie Boys.

    Each apparently represent a different point in my musical journey.

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    Tons of Beatles and Led Zepp on vinyl.

    On Disc - Lacuna Coil

    I try not to have too much of one artist.

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    Without counting I'm sure The Beatles win easy here as I have all of my original vinyl plus most but not all of their EP's and all of the CD's! I don't know what the order would be but Hendrix, Springsteen, N. Young, B.B. King, Robert Cray, Marvin Gaye and SRV take up a lot of room in my collection.

    Edit: I forgot that I have a lot of Eric Clapton!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Early B.
    (Am I the only jazz guy here?)
    Hardly -- but, I don't have >12 albums by any one artist.

    Charlie Parker (2), Dizzy Gillespie (2), Django Reinhardt (2), Stanley Clarke (3), George Duke (4), Lee Ritnour (3), Bob James (6), Big Momma Thornton (2), Stanley Turrentine (3), Al Di Meola (6), Dave Brubeck (4), MJQ (2), yada yada yada ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax
    Michael Jackson
    Alice Cooper
    Marilyn Manson
    Jimmy Smith
    Kiss

    madmax

    Edit: Interesting. I notice mine are all showmen of one type or another.
    :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack
    :D +
    Now we know what killed Jimmy! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Early B.
    Dianne Reeves.

    (Am I the only jazz guy here?)
    I got your back...

    Miles Davis (50+ LPs/CDs: re-issues/re-masters, etc.)
    John Coltrane (30)
    Clifford Brown (15)
    Max Roach (10+)
    Duke Ellington (Lots)
    Chick Corea and various Elektric/Acoustic Band, Return to Forever (18+)
    Yellowjackets (15+)
    Dave Grusin (12)
    And many more...I'm a music-listening-a-holic!!

    Don't let me get started on my Funk/R&B stuff...whew!
    I also have over 125 opera CDs/LPs.

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