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When the day is done, and the dragons sleep,
enjoy some music; let others weep.

 

Keith Jarret

 

Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert

Perhaps the best solo classical jazz piano concert ever recorded.

Beethoven's 9  symphonies

 

Beethoven: 9 Symphonien / Karajan, Berlin Philharmoniker
The Bothy Band

 

The Bothy Band's 1975: The First Album. Perhaps the greatest of the traditional music bands to come out of Ireland.
Bob Dylan


 

Bob Dylan's Blood on the Tracks. Arguably, this is Dylan at his musical/poetic/surrealistic storytelling best.

 

 

Thirty of Dylan's finest tunes in one collection. Great for newcomers to Dylan's music.

Mary Jane Lamond

 

Suas E! Mary Jane Lamond uses her beautiful voice and brilliant sense of music to preserve the Scots Gaelic language of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Dawn Dance
Dawn Dance brings together Alisdair Fraser, perhaps the greatest Scottish fiddler alive, and Eric Rigler, whose pipes are heard in Braveheart and Titanic, with great musician friends on piano, wooden flute and percussion, to create some worldmusic with a Celtic foundation.
Kate Wolf

 

Give Yourself to Love is a 2-CD set of Kate Wolf's greatest songs recorded live in Davis, Nevada City and San Francisco, California, three years before her death in 1986. Kate is accompanied by guitarist extraordinaire Nina Gerber and Ford James on bass.
Dick Gaughan

 

Dick Gaughan's Handful of Earth may not be the best folk album ever recorded, but there aren't any that are better.
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The Best of Silly Wizard is the best of arguably the best traditional band ever to come out of Scotland. Certainly, none has a better male singer than Andy M. Stewart.
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Greg Brown's Further In captures the essential wit, tenderness, and wicked observations about relationships he's famous for in an album that ranks among his best.
Yehudi Menuhin
Yehudi Menuhin plays the Beethoven Violin Concerto in D. What else needs to be said?
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