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Subject: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: GUEST,Record Junkie
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 12:37 PM

- Elvis Costello
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ABBA: Abba Gold (1992), "Knowing Me, Knowing You,"
DAVID ACKLES: The Road to Cairo (1968), "Down River"; Subway to the Country (1969), "That's No Reason to Cry."
CANNONBALL ADDERLEY: The Best of Cannonball Adderley (1968), "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy,"
AMY ALLISON: The Maudlin Years (1996), "The Whiskey Makes You Sweeter."
MOSE ALLISON: The Best of Mose Allison (1970), "Your Mind Is on Vacation."
ALMAMEGRETTA: Lingo (1998), "Gramigna."
LOUIS ARMSTRONG: The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (2000), "Wild Man Blues," "Tight Like This,"
FRED ASTAIRE: The Astaire Story (1952), "They Can't Take That Away from Me."
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: The Well-Tempered Clavier (Edwin Fischer; 1934); The Six Cello Suites (Pablo Casals; 1936); Six Partitas BWV 825-830 (Andras Schiff; 1984); Mass in B Minor (conductor: Otto Klemperer; 1999).
BURT BACHARACH: The Look of Love: The Burt Bacharach Collection (1998), "Alfie."
CHET BAKER: The Best of Chet Baker Sings (1989), "The Thrill Is Gone," "You Don't Know What Love Is"; Broken Wing (1978).
THE BAND: Music from Big Pink (1968), "Tears of Rage"; The Band (1969), "The Unfaithful Servant."
DAVE BARTHOLEMEW: The Monkey (1985).
BÉLA BARTÓK: Six String Quartets (Emerson String Quartet; 1988).
CECILIA BARTOLI: If You Love Me, 18th Century Italian Songs (1992) Alessandro Parisott- "Se Tu M'Ami," Antonio Vivaldi- "Sposa son disprezzata."
COUNT BASIE: The Atomic Mr. Basie (1957), "Li'l Darlin'."
THE BEACH BOYS: Pet Sounds (1966), "Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder)," "God Only Knows"; Carl and the Passions-So Tough (1972), "Cuddle Up"; Holland (1973), "The Trader"; Good Vibrations: Thirty Years of the Beach Boys (boxed set; 1993), "Surf's Up, " "Wonderful."
BEASTIE BOYS: Paul's Boutique (1989), "Shadrach."
THE BEATLES: With the Beatles (1963), "You Really Got a Hold on Me"; A Hard Day's Night (1964). "Things We Said Today"; Help! (1965), "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"; Rubber Soul (1965), "Girl"; Revolver (1966), "And Your Bird Can Sing," "For No One"; Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967), "A Day in the Life"; The Beatles (White Album; 1968), "I'm So Tired"; Past Masters, Vol. 2 (1988), "Paperback Writer," "Rain."
BECK: Odelay (1996), "The New Pollution."
BEE GEES: Best of Bee Gees (1969) "To Love Somebody."
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN: Otto Klemperer Live at the Concertgebouw (1954), Symphony No. 9; Piano Sonatas Op. 109, 110, 111 (Sviatoslav Richter; 1965); Symphony No. 7 (conductor: Carlos Kleiber; 1975); Late Quartets (Budapest String Quartet; 1997); Violin Concerto (soloist: Yehudi Menuhin; 1997).
DEREK BELL: Derek Bell Plays with Himself (1981).
TONY BENNETT and BILL EVANS: The Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album (1975), `Some Other Time."
ALBAN BERG: Violin Concerto (soloist: Anne-Sofie Mutter; 1993).
HECTOR BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust (conductor: John Eliot Gardiner; 1987).
AGNES BERNELLE: Father's Lying Dead on the Ironing Board (1995).
LEONARD BERNSTEIN: West Side Story (1957).
CHUCK BERRY: Chuck Berry's Golden Decade (1967), "Don't Lie to Me."
BJÖRK: Debut (1993), "Venus as a Boy"; Post (1995), "Hyper-ballad."
RUBÉN BLADES: Buscando America (1984).
BOBBY BLUE BLAND: Two Steps from the Blues (1961).
BLONDIE: The Best of Blondie (1981), "In the Flesh."
BLUR: 13 (1999), "No Distance Left to Run."
DIRK BOGARDE: Lyrics for Lovers (1960) "A Foggy Day."
DAVID BOWIE: Hunky Dory (1971), "Life on Mars?"; Station to Station (1976), "Wild Is the Wind"; Low (1977), "Always Crashing in the Same Car"; Heroes (1977). "Joe the Lion."
JOHANNES BRAHMS: Ein Deutsches Requiem (conductor: Otto Klemperer; 1962).
JOHNNY BRISTOL: Hang On in There Baby (1974).
BENJAMIN BRITTEN: Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings (soloist: Ian Bostridge; 1996).
CHARLES BROWN: Driftin' Blues: The Best of Charles Brown (1992), "Black Night."
CLIFFORD BROWN: Clifford Brown with Strings (1955), "Yesterdays."
JAMES BROWN: Live at the Apollo (1963), "I Found Someone"; Star Time (boxed set; 1991), "Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothing."
JACKSON BROWNE: Jackson Browne (Saturate Before Using) (1972), "My Opening Farewell."
ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 9 (conductor: Gunter Wand; 1990).
JEFF BUCKLEY: Grace (1994), "Corpus Christi Carol."
HAROLD BUDD and BRIAN ENO: Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror (1980), "Above Chiangmai."
BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD: Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield (1969), "Expecting to Fly."
T BONE BURNETT: Proof Through the Night (1983), "Fatally Beautiful"; T Bone Burnett (1986), "River of Love"; The Talking Animals (1988), "Image."
THE BYRDS: Younger than Yesterday (1967). "So You Want to Be a Rock `n' Roll Star"; The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968), "Goin' Back," "Artificial Energy"; Sweetheart of the Rodeo (1968), "Hickory Wind."
JOHN CALE: Music for a New Society (1982), "Taking Your Life in Your Hands."
MARIA CALLAS: Five Heroines- Operatic Extracts (1990), "Vissi d'arte."
CAPTAIN BEEFHEART AND HIS MAGIC BAND: Trout Mask Replica (1969), "The Dust Blows Forward 'n' the Dust Blows Back"; Clear Spot (1972) "Big Eyed Beans from Venus."
HOAGY CARMICHAEL: Hoagy Sings Carmichael (1956), "Rockin' Chair."
JAMES CARR: At the Dark End of the Street (1987), "Pouring Water on a Drowning Man."
JOHNNY CASH: The Essential Johnny Cash (1992), "I Still Miss Someone."
JUNE CARTER CASH: Press On (1999), "Tiffany Anastasia Lowe."
RAY CHARLES: Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (1962), "You Don't Know Me"; A Life in Music (1982), "I Believe to My Soul," "Just for a Thrill."
CHIC: Chic's Greatest Hits (1979), "My Forbidden Lover."
FRÉDÉRlC CHOPIN: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 (pianist, conductor: Krystian Zimerman; 1978).
THE CLASH: London Calling (1979), "Rudie Can't Fail"; The Singles (1991), "(White Man) In the Hammersmith Palais."
PATSY CLINE: Greatest Hits (1973), "Sweet Dreams."
THE COASTERS: The Ultimate Coasters (1986) "Shoppin' for Clothes."
LEONARD COHEN: The Best of Leonard Cohen (1976), "Who by Fire"; More Best Of (1997), "The Future," "Tower of Song."
ORNETTE COLEMAN: The Shape of Jazz to Come (1959), "Peace."
JOHN COLTRANE: My Favorite Things (1961) "Every Time We Say Goodbye"; The Impulse! Years (1993), "A Love Supreme."
RY COODER: Paradise and Lunch (1974), "Married Man's a Fool."
SAM COOKE: Night Beat (1963), "Get Yourself Another Fool."
DON COVAY: Checkin' In with Don Covay (1989), "It's Better to Have than Not Have."
NOËL COWARD: The Master's Voice: His HMV Recordings (1993), "The Stately Homes of England."
BING CROSBY: His Legendary Years (1993), "Gigi."
DAVID CROSBY: If I Could Only Remember My Name (1971), "Laughing."
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG: Déjà Vu (1970) "Helpless."
CROWDED HOUSE: Temple of Low Men (1988), "Into Temptation."
D'ANGELO: Voodoo (2000), "Devil's Pie."
MILES DAVIS: Birth of the Cool (1956), "Boplicity"; Miles Ahead (1957) "My Ship"; Porgy and Bess (1958), "Bess, You Is My Woman Now"; Kind of Blue (1959) "All Blues"; Sketches of Spain (1960); My Funny Valentine (1964); In a Silent Way (1969), "Shhh"; On the Corner (1969), "New York Girl."
MILES DAVIS and STAN GETZ and LEE KONITZ: Conception (1975), "Ezz-thetic."
CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Pelléas et Mélisande (conductor: Claudio Abbado; 1992); Preludes (Krystian Zimerman; 1994).
ALFRED DELLER: William Byrd and His Age (1956), "Ye Sacred Muses."
DESTINY'S CHILD: The Writing's on the Wall (1999), "Say My Name."
BO DIDDLEY: His Best (1997), "Crackin' Up."
DR. JOHN: Dr. John's Gumbo (1972), "Junko Partner."
ERIC DOLPHY: Outward Bound (1960), "G.W."; Iron Man (1969), "Come Sunday.
LEE DORSEY: Ride Your Pony (1966), "Get out of My Life, Woman," "Wonder Woman"; Yes We Can (1970), "Tears, Tears and More Tears."
JOHN DOWLAND: Awake Sweet Love (The Deller Consort; 1965), "Flow My Tears"; Dowland: The Collected Works (Consort of Musicke; 1980), A Pilgrimes Solice.
JOHN DOWLAND and WILLIAM BYRD: Night's Black Bird (Fretwork; 1989).
HENRI DUPARC: Melodies (baritone: Bernard Kruysen; 1971), "Phidyle."
JIMMY DURANTE: September Song (1963).
IAN DURY: New Boots and Panties!! (1977), "Sweet Gene Vincent."
DYKE AND THE BLAZERS: So Sharp (1983).
BOB DYLAN: Bringing It All Back Home (1965), "Subterranean Homesick Blues"; Blonde on Blonde (1966), "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine"; John Wesley Harding (1968), "All Along the Watchtower"; Planet Waves (1974), "Dirge"; Blood on the Tracks (1974), ,"You're a Big Girl Now"; The Basement Tapes (1975), "Nothing Was Delivered"; Shot of Love (1981) "Every Grain of Sand"; Time out of Mind (1997), "Not Dark Yet"; Bob Dylan Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert (1998), "Like a Rolling Stone," "I Don't Believe You."
EDWARD ELGAR: Symphony No. 1 (conductor: Edward Elgar; 1957); Cello Concerto (Jacqueline Du Pré; 1965).
DUKE ELLINGTON: Anatomy of a Murder (1959), "Haupe"; . . . And His Mother Called Him Bill (1968), "Blood Count"; The Centennial Edition: The Complete RCA Victor Recordings (boxed set; 1999), "East St. Louis Toodle-oo," "In a Sentimental Mood," "Tonk"
DUKE ELLINGTON with CHARLES MINGUS and MAX ROACH: Money Jungle (1962) "Wig Wise."
EMINEM: The Marshall Mathers LP (2000) "The Way I Am."
THE BILL EVANS TRIO: Waltz for Debby (1961), "Waltz for Debby."
THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA: Out of the Cool (1960), "Where Flamingos Fly."
THE EVERLY BROTHERS: It's Everly Time (1960), "Sleepless Nights."
THE FAIRFIELD FOUR: I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray (1997), "There Must Be a City."
MARIANNE FAITHFULL: Blazing Away (1990), "Strange Weather."
GEORGIE FAME: Sound Venture (1966), "Funny How Time Slips Away."
GABRIEL FAURÉ: L'Horizon Chimérique (baritone: Gerard Souzay; 1999).
MORTON FELDMAN: Madame Press Died Last Week at Ninety (1991) (conductor on "American Elegies": John Adams).
ELLA FITZGERALD: Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (1956), "Miss Otis Regrets."
ELLA FITZGERALD and LOUIS ARMSTRONG: The Complete Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong on Verve (1997), "Let's Do It."
FLEETWOOD MAC: Greatest Hits (1971), "Man of the World."
THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS: The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969), "Juanita."
THE FOUR TOPS: Anthology (1974) "Bernadette," "Seven Rooms of Gloom."
ARETHA FRANKLIN: I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967), "Do Right Woman-Do Right Man," "Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business)," "Soul Serenade," etc., etc.; Aretha's Gold (1969), "I Say a Little Prayer," "Chain of Fools," "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"; Amazing Grace (1972).
BILL FRISELL: Quartet (1996), "Egg Radio."
FUGEES: The Score (1996), "Ready or Not."
FUNKADELIC: One Nation Under a Groove (1978).
MARVIN GAYE: Super Hits (1970), "The End of Our Road"; What's Going On (1971); Let's Get It On (1973); Here, My Dear (1979), "When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You."
MARVIN GAYE and TAMMI TERRELL: Greatest Hits (1970), "You Ain't Livin' till You're Lovin'."
STAN GETZ: Stan Getz Plays (1952), "Stella by Starlight."
STAN GETZ and ASTRID GILBERTO: Getz/Gilberto (1963), "Desafinado (Off Key)."
DIZZY GILLESPIE: Perceptions (1961), "The Sword of Orion."
ALLEN GINSBERG: The Lion for Real (1989).
GRAHAM CENTRAL STATION: Release Yourself (1974)
GRANDMASTER FLASH AND THE FURIOUS FIVE and THE SUGAR HILL GANG: Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five vs. the Sugar Hill Gang (1997), "The Message."
GRATEFUL DEAD: Workingman's Dead (1970), "Dire Wolf"; American Beauty (1970), "Box of Rain"; Europe '72 (1972), "Tennessee Jed"; Wake of the Flood (1973), "Stella Blue."
AL GREEN: Call Me (1973); You Say It! Raw! Rare! and Unreleased! (1990), "I'm a Ram."
EDVARD GRIEG: Lieder (soloist: Anne Sofie von Otter; 1993), "Haugtussa."
CHARLES HADEN and HANK JONES: Steal Away (1995), "Hymn Medley: Abide with Me, etc."
MERLE HAGGARD: The Best of the Best of (1972), "No Reason to Quit."
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: Marian Cantatas (mezzo-soprano: Anne Sofie von Otter; 1994); Heroes (countertenor: Andreas Scholl; 1999), "Ombra mai fu" from Serse.
TIM HARDIN: Tim Hardin (1966), "Hang On to a Dream."
SLIM HARPO: The Best of Slim Harpo (1997), "I'm a King Bee."
EMMYLOU HARRIS: Elite Hotel (1976), "One of These Days."
PJ HARVEY: Rid of Me (1993), "50 Ft. Queenie."
COLEMAN HAWKINS: Body and Soul (1988); Rainbow Mist (1993), "Yesterdays."
JOSEPH HAYDN: Complete Piano Sonatas (Alfred Brendel; 1987); String Quartets (Quatuor Mosaïques; 1990).
TUBBY HAYES: Tubby's Groove (1959), "Embers."
RICHARD HELL AND THE VOIDOIDS: Blank Generation (1977), "New Pleasure."
JIMI HENDRIX: Smash Hits (1968), "Wind Cries Mary"; Electric Ladyland (1968), "Crosstown Traffic"; Live at Woodstock (1994), "Star Spangled Banner."
THE HEPTONES: Night Food (1976). "I've Got the Handle."
DAN HICKS AND HIS HOT LICKS: Last Train to Hicksville . . . the Home to Happy Feet (1973), "It's Not My Time to Go."
LAURYN HILL: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998), "Ex-Factor."
JOHNNY HODGES: Passion Flower (1995), "Day Dream."
BILLIE HOLIDAY: Lady in Satin (1958), "Glad to Be Unhappy," "I'm a Fool to Want You"; The Billie Holiday Story (1972), "The Man I Love," "Body and Soul"; The Complete Decca Recordings (1991), "Don't Explain."
THE HOLLIES: The Best of the Hollies (1978), "Look Through Any Window."
HOWLIN' WOLF: His Best (1997), "Hidden Charms."
THE ISLEY BROTHERS: Super Hits (1976), "Behind a Painted Smile."
CHARLES IVES: The Unanswered Question for Orchestra (conductor: Leonard Bernstein; 1998).
JACKSON 5: Greatest Hits (1971), "I Want You Back."
THE JAM: All Mod Cons (1978).
SKIP JAMES: The Complete Early Recordings of Skip James (1994), "Devil Got My Woman."
LEOŠ JANÁCEK: String Quartets (Talich Quartet; 1994).
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE: Crown of Creation (1968), "Greasy Heart."
THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN: Psychocandy (1985), "You Trip Me Up."
ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM: Jazz Masters 13 (1995), "Insensatez."
LITTLE WILLIE JOHN: Free at Last (1970), "Leave My Kitten Alone," "Need Your Love So Bad."
ROBERT JOHNSON: Complete Recordings (1990), "Love in Vain."
GEORGE JONES: Anniversary: Ten Years of Hits (1982), "The Grand Tour"; Cup of Loneliness: The Classic Mercury Years (1994), "Mr. Fool," "Window Up Above," "Relief Is Just a Swallow Away."
OUM KALTSOUM: Anthologie de la Musique Arabe, Vols. 1-8 (1989).
THE KINKS: The Ultimate Collection (1989), "Waterloo Sunset," "Dead End Street," "Where Have All the Good Times Gone?"
RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK: The Inflated Tear (1968).
ERICH KORNGOLD: From the Operas of Erich Korngold (1993), "Glück das Mir Verblieb" from Die Tote Stadt (conductor: Erich Korngold).
THE LA'S: The La's (1990), "There She Goes."
PEGGY LEE: Miss Peggy Lee (1998), "Don't Smoke in Bed."
JOHN LENNON: Plastic Ono Band (1970), "I Found Out"; Imagine (1971), "How?"; Shaved Fish (1975), "Instant Karma!"
ALAN JAY LERNER AND FREDERICK LOEWE: My Fair Lady (1956), "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"; Gigi (1958), "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore."
JERRY LEE LEWIS: Rockin' My Life Away (1991), "Rita Mae," "Don't Let Go."
LITTLE FEAT: Sailin' Shoes (1972), "Willin'"; Feats Don't Fail Me Now (1974), "Rock and Roll Doctor."
LITTLE RICHARD: Here's Little Richard (1957), "Slippin' and Slidin' (Peepin' and Hidin')"; The Explosive Little Richard (1967), "Commandments of Love."
THE LOUVIN BROTHERS: When I Stop Dreaming: The Best of the Louvin Brothers (1995), "My Baby's Gone."
THE LOVIN' SPOONFUL: Anthology (1990), "Six O'Clock."
NICK LOWE: Jesus of Cool (1978), "36 Inches High"; The Impossible Bird (1994), "Shelley My Love."
DONAL LUNNY: Donal Lunny (1987), "Declan."
LORETTA LYNN: The Best of Loretta Lynn (1999), "One's on the Way."
MACHITO AND HIS AFRO-CUBANS: Cubop City (1992), "Si Si, No No."
MADNESS: The Rise and Fall (1982), "Tomorrow's Just Another Day."
GUSTAV MAHLER: Symphony No. 1 (conductor: Klaus Tennstedt; 1968): "Kindertotenlieder & Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen."
THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS: A Gathering of Flowers (1970), "I Saw Her Again Last Night."
AIMEE MANN: Whatever (1993), "4th of July."
BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS: African Herbsman (1972), "Small Axe"; Natty Dread (1975), "Lively Up Yourself."
THE MARVELETTES: The Return of the Marvelettes (1970), "No More Tear-Stained Make-Up."
GROUCHO MARX: An Evening with Groucho (1972), "Lydia, the Tattooed Lady."
MASSIVE ATTACK: Protection (1994), "Karmacoma." ,
MATCHING MOLE: Matching Mole (1972), "0 Caroline."
CURTIS MAYFIELD: The Very Best of Curtis Mayfield (1996), "Move On Up," "(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below We're All Going to Go."
CURTIS MAYFIELD and THE IMPRESSIONS: The Anthology 1961-1977 (1992), "Keep on Pushing," "I'm So Proud."
PAUL MCCARTNEY: McCartney (1970), "Maybe I'm Amazed"; Flaming Pie (1997), "Little Willow."
KATE AND ANNA McGARRIGLE: Kate and Anna McGarrigle (1975), "Go Leave."
TOMMY McLAIN: The Essential Collection (1997), "Sweet Dreams."
THE METERS: The Best of the Meters (1975), "Cissy Strut."
MINA: Gli Anni d'Oro (1984), "Un Bacio e Troppo Poco."
CHARLES MINGUS: Blues and Roots (1959); Mingus Ah-Urn (1959), "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat"; Pre-Bird (also known as Mingus Revisited) (1960), "Weird Nightmare"; Mingus at Antibes (1960), "What Love?"; Mingus Plays Piano (1963), "Myself When I Am Real"; Let My .Children Hear Music (1971), "Don't Be Afraid, the Clown's Afraid Too"; Epitaph (1990), "The Children's Hour of Dream."
JONI MITCHELL: Blue (1971), "The Last Time I Saw Richard"; For the Roses (1972), "Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire"; Court and Spark (1974), "Down to You"; The Hissing of Summer Lawns (1975), "Shades of Scarlet Conquering"; Hejira (1976), "Amelia"; Taming the Eger (1998), "Man from Mars," "Stay in Touch."
THE MODERN LOVERS: The Modern Lovers (1976), "Pablo Picasso," "Someone to Care About."
THELONIOUS MONK: Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1 (1951), "Off Minor"; Brilliant Corners (1957); Monk's Music (1958), "Abide with Me," "Off Minor."
BILL MONROE: The Music of Bill Monroe (1994), "Walls of Time."
CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI: L'Incoronazione di Poppea (conductor: John Eliot Gardiner; 1993).
MOONDOG: The Story of Moondog (1957).
VAN MORRISON: Astral Weeks (1968), "Beside You"; Moondance (1970), "Into the Mystic"; His Band and Street Choir (1970), "Street Choir"; Veedon Fleece (1974), "Linden Arden Stole the Highlights."
JELLY ROLL MORTON: Birth of the Hot (1995), "Dead Man Blues," "Wolverine Blues."
THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION: We're Only in It for the Money (1968), "Who Needs the Peace Corps?"
THE MOVE: The Best of the Move (1974), "Blackberry Way."
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 20 (pianist: Clifford Curzon; 1970); Requiem (conductor: John Eliot Gardiner; 1986); Quartets Dedicated to Haydn (Quatuor Mosaïques; 1991); La Clemenza di Tito (conductor: John Eliot Gardiner; 1993); Le Nozze di Figaro (conductor: Karl Bohm; 1993).
MODEST MUSSORGSKY: Songs and Dances of Death (soloist: Sergei Leiferkus; 1995).
ROY NATHANSON: Fire at Keaton's Bar and Grill (2000), "Bend in the Night."
OLIVER NELSON: The Blues and the Abstract Truth (1961), "Stolen Moments"; Straight Ahead (1961), "Images."
WILLIE NELSON: Stardust (1978), "Moonlight in Vermont."
BOB NEUWIRTH: Back to the Front (1988), "Annabelle Lee."
AARON NEVILLE: Greatest Hits (1990), "Tell It Like It Is."
RANDY NEWMAN: Randy Newman (1968), "Cowboy"; Sail Away (1972); Good Old Boys (1974); Trouble in Paradise (1983). "Real Emotional Girl."
NEW YORK DOLLS: New York Dolls (1973), "Personality Crisis."
NIRVANA: Nevermind (1991), "Lithium."
LUIGI NONO: Fragmente-Stille an Diotima (LaSalle Quartet; 1983).
NRBQ: NRBQ (1969), "Rocket #9."
LAURA NYRO and LABELLE: Gonna Take a Miracle (1971), "The Bells."
ROY ORBISON: The Orbison Way (1966), "Crawling Back."
AUGUSTUS PABLO: El Rockers (2000), "Black Gunn."
GIOVANNI PALESTRINA: Missa Viri Galilaei (direction: Philippe Herreweghe; 1992).
CHARLIE PARKER: The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions (19781. "Ko-Ko."
VAN DYKE PARKS: Discover America (1972), "Jack Palance."
GRAM PARSONS: GP (1973), "We'll Sweep Out the Ashes in the Morning"; Grievous Angel (1974), "Hearts on Fire."
ANN PEEBLES: I Can't Stand the Rain (1974).
DAN PENN: Nobody's Fool (1973), "Raining in Memphis."
DAN PENN AND SPOONER OLDHAM: Moments from This Theater (1999), "It Tears Me Up."
SAM PHILLIPS: Martinis and Bikinis (1994), "Same Rain."
THE POGUES: Rum, Sodomy & the Lash (1985), "The Old Main Drag," "I'm a Man You Don't Meet Every Day."
DULCE PONTES: Caminhos (1998), "0 Infante."
IGGY POP: The Idiot (1977), "Nightclubbin'"; Lust for Life (1977), "Some Weird Sin."
PORTISHEAD: Dummy (1994), "Sour Times," "Glory Box"; Portishead (1997), "Western Eyes."
FRANCIS POULENC: Melodies (baritone: Pierre Bernac; 1950), "Hotel."
BUD POWELL: The Best of Bud Powell on Verve (1994), "April in Paris."
ELVIS PRESLEY: The Sun Sessions (1976), "Blue Moon of Kentucky"; The Memphis Album (1987), "Power of My Love."
PRETENDERS: Pretenders (1980), "Kid," "Precious"; The Singles (1987), "Message of Love." PRINCE: Around the World in a Day (1985), "Pop Life"; Parade (1986), "Kiss"; Sign of the Times (1987), "If I Was Your Girlfriend." JOHN PRINE: John Prine (1972), "Sam Stone."
SERGEY PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet (conductor: Charles Dutoit; 1998).
PULP: Different Class (1995), "Sorted Out for E's and Wiz."
HENRY PURCELL: Dido and Aeneas (Dido: Dame Janet Baker; 1993); Fantasias & in Nomines (Fretwork, 1995).
RADIOHEAD: The Bends (1995), "The Bends"; O.K. Computer (1997), "No Surprises."
BONNIE RAITT: Give It Up (1972), "Love Has No Pride."
OTIS REDDING: The Vevy Best of Otis Redding (1992), "Mr. Pitiful."
JIMMY REED: The Best of Jimmy Reed (1962), "Take Out Some Insurance on Me Baby."
LOU REED: Berlin (1973), "The Kids."
R.E.M.: Reckoning (1984), "Pretty Persuasion"; Green (1988), "Orange Crush."
THE REPLACEMENTS: All Shook Down (1990), "Nobody."
MARC RIBOT: Marc Ribot y 10s Cubanos Postizos (1998), "No Me Llores Mas."
CHARLIE RICH: Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich (1997), "A Woman Left Lonely."
JEANNIE ROBERTSON: The Queen Among the Heather (1998), "Son David."
SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES: The Anthology (1973), "Going to A-Go-Go."
THE ROLLING STONES: Aftermath (1966), "Stupid Girl," "Take It or Leave It": Between the Buttons (1967), "My Obsession"; Let It Bleed (1969); "You Can't Always Get What You Want"; Some Girls (1978), "Shattered."
SONNY ROLLINS: Saxophone Colossus (1964), "St. Thomas."
DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES: The Ultimate Collection (1997), "Reflections," "I'm Living in Shame."
GIOACCHINO ROSSINI: Rossini Arias (mezzo-soprano: Cecilia Bartoli; 1989), "Assisa a piè d'un salice."
OTIS RUSH: His Cobra Recordings (1989), "It Takes Time."
GEORGE RUSSELL: The Jazz Workshop (1956), "Ye Hypocrite, Ye Beelzebub."
SALT'N PEPA: The Best of Salt'N Pepa (1999), "Whatta Man."
SAM AND DAVE: The Best of Sam and Dave (1969), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby."
FRANZ SCHUBERT: B-flat Major Piano Sonata, D. 960 (Alfred Brendel; 1971); F-sharp Minor Piano Sonata (fragment), D. 571 (Andras Schiff; 1993); Winterreise (Wolfgang Holzmair; 1996); 22 Lieder (boxed set; 1997), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Gerald Moore, "Meerestille."
JIMMY SCOTT: Heaven (1996).
RAYMOND SCOTT: Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights (1992); Manhattan Research Inc. (2000), "Limbo: The Organized Mind."
ANDRES SEGOVIA: Andres Segovia and His Contemporaries, Vol. 6 (1999) (Maria Luisa Anido: Bouree BWV l009, J. S. Bach).
THE SEX PISTOLS: Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols (1977), "Pretty Vacant."
RON SEXSMITH: Ron Sexsmith (1995), "Wastin' Time."
DMITRY SHOSTAKOVICH: Cello Concerto No. 1 (cellist: Mstislav Rostropovich; 1959); The String Quartets (Brodsky Quartet; 1991); 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87 (pianist: Tatiana Nikolayeva; 1995); Shostakovich Plays Shostakovieh, Cello Sonata, Op. 40 (cellist: Mstislav Rostropovich; pianist: Dmitry Shostakovich; 1998); Symphony No. 14 (soloists: Dietrich Fischer- Dieskau and Julia Varady; 2000).
PAUL SIMON: Paul Simon (1972), "Congratulations," "Peace Like a River"; There Goes Rhymin' Simon (1973), "American Tune."
SIMON AND GARFUNKEL: Bookends (1968), "Overs."
NINA SIMONE: The Best of Nina Simone (1969), "Mississippi Goddam," "I Loves You, Porgy."
FRANK SINATRA: In the Wee Small Hours (1955), "Dancing on the Ceiling," "When Your Lover Has Gone"; Songs for Swingin' Lovers (1956), "I've Got You Under My Skin"; Only the Lonely (1958), "Good-bye"; No One Cares (1959), "I Can't Get Started"; Live in Paris (1962), "Without a Song."
FRANK SINATRA and ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM: Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (1967), "How Insensitive."
PERCY SLEDGE: When a Man Loves a Woman (1967), "Out of Left Field."
SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE: Anthology (1981), "Stand!," "Family Affair."
THE SMALL FACES: The Immediate Years (1995), "Itchycoo Park."
ELLIOTT SMITH: XO (1998), "Waltz #2."
THE SMITHS: The Smiths (1984), "Still Ill."
SON VOLT: Trace (1995), "Loose String."
THE SPECIALS: The Specials (1979), "Blank Expression."
PHIL SPECTOR: Back to Mono (1991), the Crystals, "He's Sure the Boy I Love."
THE SPINNERS: The Best of the Spinners (1978), "Rubberband Man."
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD: Dusty in Memphis (1969), "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore," "Just One Smile"; Greatest Hits (1979), "I Close My Eyes and Count to Ten."
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle (1973). "The E Street Shuffle"; The River (1980), "Point Blank"; Tunnel of Love (1987), "Brilliant Disguise"; The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995) "Galveston Bay."
SQUEEZE: East Side Story (1981), "A Woman's World."
THE STANLEY BROTHERS: The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers (1996), "Gathering Flowers for the Master's Bouquet."
STEELY DAN: Countdown to Ecstasy (1973), "Show Biz Kids."
ROD STEWART: The Mercury Anthology (1992), "You Wear It Well."
RICHARD STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier (conductor: Carlos Kleiber; 1934); Four Last Songs (soloist: Gundula Janowitz; 1996).
IGOR STRAVINSKY: L'Histoire du Soldat (conductor: Stravinsky; 1938); Le Sacre du Printemps (conductor: Leonard Bernstein; 1958); Igor Stravinsky Edition (conductor: Stravinsky; 1963).
THE STYLISTICS: The Best of the Stylistics (1975), "People Make the World Go `Round."
JUNE TABOR: Abyssinians (1983), "A Smiling Shore."
HOWARD TATE: Get It While You Can (1967), "I Learned It All the Hard Way."
ART TATUM: 20th Century Piano Genius (1992), "Love for Sale."
JOHNNIE TAYLOR: Raw Blues (1968), "That's Where It's At."
TELEVISION: Marquee Moon (1977), "See No Evil."
THE TEMPTATIONS: Anthology (1973), "Just My Imagination," "Ball of Confusion."
JOE TEX: The Best of Joe Tex (1965), "Love You Save (May Be Your Own)."
THEM: The Story of Them (1997), "Don't Look Back."
IRMA THOMAS: Ruler of Hearts (1989).
RICHARD AND LINDA THOMPSON: I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (1974), "Calvary Cross."
HENRY THREADGILL: Easily Slip into Another World (1987) "Black Hands Bejewelled." T.L.C.: Fanmail (1999), "Unpretty."
MEL TORME: Easy to Remember (1979), "They Didn't Believe Me."
TRIBE CALLED QUEST: Anthology (1999), "Check the Rhime."
TRICKY: Maxinquaye (1995), "Overcome."
LENNIE TRISTANO: The New Tristano (1960), "Requiem," "Line
Up," "Turkish Mambo."
BIG JOE TURNER: The Very Best of Big Joe Turner (1998), "Honey Hush."
U2: The Unforgettable Fire (1984), "Pride (In the Name of Love)," "Bad"; Achtung Baby (1991), "One"; Pop (1997), "Please."
THE UNDERTONES: The Undertones (1980) "Teenage Kicks."
VELVET UNDERGROUND: The Velvet Underground & Nico (1966), "Femme Fatale."
THE VERVE: Urban Hymns (1997), "The Drugs Don't Work," "Neon Wilderness."
ANNE SOFIE VON OTTER: Wings in the Night (1996), "De Vilda Svanarna."
RICHARD WAGNER: Tristan and Isolde (conductor: Wilhelm Furtwangler; 1952); Der Ring des Nibelungen (conductor: George Solti; 1983).
PORTER WAGONER AND DOLLY PARTON: The Right Combination: Burning the Midnight Oil (1972), "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home."
TOM WAITS: Swordfishtrombones (1983), "16 Shells from a Thirty- Ought-Six," "In the Neighborhood"; Rain Dogs (1985), "Jockey Full of Bourbon," "Time"; Frank's Wild Years ( 1987). "Innocent When You Dream," "Hang on St. Christopher"; Bone Machine (1992), "A Little Rain," "I Don't Wanna Grow Up"; Mule Variations (1999), "Take It with Me," "Georgia Rae," "Filipino Box-Spring Hog."
SCOTT WALKER: Tilt (1995), "Farmer in the City."
DIONNE WARWICK: The Windows of the World (1968), "Walk Little Dolly."
MUDDY WATERS: More Real Folk Blues (1967), "Too Young to Know."
DOC WATSON: The Essential Dot Watson (1973), "Tom Dooley."
ANTON WEBERN: Complete Works (conductor: Pierre Boulez; 2000).
KURT WEILL: 0 Moon of Alabama (1994), Lotte Lenya, "Wie lange noch?"
THE WHO: My Generation (1965), "The Kids Are Alright"; Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy (1971), "Substitute."
HANK WILLIAMS: 40 Greatest Hits (1978), "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "I'll Never Get out of This World Alive."
LUCINDA WILLIAMS: Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (1998), "Drunken Angel."
SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON: The Best of Sonny Boy Williamson (1986), "Your Funeral and My Trial," "Help Me."
JESSE WINCHESTER: Jesse Winchester (1970), "Quiet About It," "Black Dog," "Payday."
WINGS: Band on the Run (1973) "Let Me Roll It."
HUGO WOLF: Lieder (soloist: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; 2000), "Alles Endet, Was Entstehet."
BOBBY WOMACK: The Best of Bobby Womack (1992), "Harry Hippie."
STEVIE WONDER: Talking Book (1972) "I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)"; Innervisions (1973), "Living for the City"; Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974), "You Haven't Done Nothin'."
BETTY WRIGHT: The Best of Betty Wright (1992), "Clean Up Woman," "The Baby Sitter," "The Secretary."
ROBERT WYATT: Mid-Eighties (1993), "Te Recuerdo Amanda."
LESTER YOUNG: Ultimate Lester Young (1998), "The Man I Love."
NEIL YOUNG: Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969), "Down by the River"; After the Goldrush (1970), "Birds"; Time Fades Away (1973), "Don't Be Denied"; On the Beach (1974), "Ambulance Blues"; Freedom (1989), "The Ways of Love"; Ragged Glory (1990), "Fuckin' Up."
ZAMBALLARANA: Zamballarana (1997), "Ventu."


Betty Blue (Gabriel Yared; 1986);
Big Night (Louis Prima et al.; 1996)
Claudio Villa, "Stomelli Amorisi";
The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff; 1972),
"Many Rivers to Cross"; High Society (Cole Porter; 1956),
Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, "Well Did You Evah?";
One from the Heart (Tom Waits; 1982);
Torn Curtain (Bernard Herrmann; 1978);
The Wood (1999),
Mystikal & Outkast, "Neck uv da Woods."


The Alan Lomax Collection Sampler (1997),
Genoese longshoremen, "La Partenza";
Anthology of American Folk Music (1997),
Dock Boggs, "Country Blues";
The Birth of the Third Stream (1957);
Chess Golden Decade: The Early '50s, Vol. 1 (circa 1970),
Willie Mabon, "I'm Mad";
Ethiopiques: Ethio Jazz and Musique Instrumentale 1969-1974, Vol. 4 (1998)
Mulatu Astatqé, "Yèkèrmo Sèw";
Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones (1996);
Mysteries of the Sabbath: Classic Cantorial Recordings, 1907-47 (1994);
Nuggets (1998)
The Knickerbockers, "Lies,"
The Barbarians, "Moulty";
The Real Kansas City of the '20s, '30s, & '40s (1996),
Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra, "Queer Notions";
The Secret Museum of Mankind, Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48 (1995-1998);
There Will Be No Sweeter Sound: Columbia Okeh Post-War Gospel Story 1947-1962 (1998),
Mello- Tones, "Looking for That City Called Heaven";
Tougher Than Tough: The Story of Jamaican Music (1993),
Dave and Ansel Collins, "Double Barrel."

What does everyone think?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 12:45 PM

no George Formby
No Watersons
Bert Jansch?
No Koerner Ray and Glover
Derek Brimstone
Gerry Lockran

the man's never lived!

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Folk Form # 1
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 02:53 PM

No Nic Jones!
No Fats, either Waller or Domino!
No Charlie Patton!
Otherwise, some good stuff.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 05:18 PM

come to think of it I don't think I saw Eddie Condon and his Chicagoans.

Where has this guy been all his life?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Nick
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 06:27 PM

No Diana Krall?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: George Papavgeris
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 07:06 PM

You mean you read that crap? GUEST, Record Junkie, you need a life.
What are the origins of such a list, and what makes it creditable?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Folk Form # 1
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 11:36 PM

I must admit, I read it all the way through. Like a lot of guys (read Nick Hornby's Hi Fidelity to see what I mean) I make out lists all the time. I am in the process of making out my own top 500,so you may not hear from me for some time.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Folk Form # 1
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 11:38 PM

The first two albums by Elvis, My Aim is True and This Years Model would be in there, of course.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Steve Latimer
Date: 18 Oct 04 - 11:49 PM

Nice to see that he mentioned Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers and Hank Williams.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: GUEST,Darenotmentionhisnameincasemudcattersmisread
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 06:07 AM

No Stephen Stills. How come? Surprised to find the jiveass nigger Ray Charles in there.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: GUEST,James
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 09:06 AM

A Very interesting list, I enjoyed reading it and it reminded me of much that I had forgotten. However I was amazed at who was Carl Perkins, Steeleye Span, Fairport, Martin Carthy, Bruce Cockburn, Warren Zevon. Everly Brothers,World Party, Patti Smith,Jerry Lee Lewis,Maria Callas,well, all a matter of taste and exposure I guess. Still, thanks for posting it, very thought provoking.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 09:12 AM

Maria Callas is in there, somewhere. I gather Elvis is no folkie.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Gern
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 09:56 AM

Do we need Guest's racist ramblings in this forum?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 10:43 AM

You have missed the point about my racist ramblings. It refers to a comment Costello made in the early 80s in an argument with Stephen Stills, when he called Ray Charles a "jive as nigger."

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Gern
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 12:14 PM

Well, then, I did indeed misread, as your name predicted. But it was much too easily done. Does the quote come from Elvis or Stills? How drunk was he at the time?

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 02:24 PM

Quote was from Costello- and it was a drunken remark. He has apologised for it and Charles has graciously accepted. Still, Costello should not have said it, even if it was to wind up Stills.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 19 Oct 04 - 04:04 PM

Elvis is obviously a contradictory character as I recall him accusing Jackson Browne of only writing songs to make him more attractive to women! BUT, he still included a Jackson track in his list - the wonderful " Opening Farewell" .
p.s. I sort of knew Elvis when he was Declan McManus in Liverpool way back when.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 20 Oct 04 - 04:21 AM

Remember his Dad from PARADE OF THE POPS!

It was a sort of workers playtime with pop music. Elvis's Dad and a few other singers supplied most of the music backed by Bob Miller and the Millermen. I think the BBC weren't allowed to play much recorded music at the time

Memories of rushing home from school at dinner time to hear special guests THe Beatles - they'd just play a track - didn't sound as though the Fab 4 were actually there.

There used to be nice little C & W residency by the Lorne Gibson trio.

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Subject: RE: Review: Elvis Costello's topp 500 records
From: Musket
Date: 07 Nov 11 - 02:19 PM

I suppose if I had a top 500, one of his would be in the top 10, even one of my top five..

Veronica is a wonderful yet sad song, and for someone to write a thoughtful respectful song about the plight of old people in care with dementia makes a change from the usual subjects.

I have always been a big fan of his, so interesting to read about where he is coming from.

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