Apparently "albums" don't have classical music on them?
...this thread was clearly not created with the intention of judging anyone's personal choice.
I'm not judging anyone's choice. [...]But why is classical music so ignored in this thread?
Gee! You do have a bee in your bonnet, don't you? Wouldn't it be simpler just saying (I'm assuming you have already) what your favorite (classical) album is and move on!? Can't you just come to terms with the fact that most who replied, may not have chosen a classical album as their best, favorite album - and in compliance with the thread's title of naming a single one - just because said favorite album didn't happen to be a classical title?For that, you might as well create your own What's -your-favorite-musical-genre thread - assuming that, I doubt it very much, it hasn't been created yet.If my memory (and my uni years) still serves me well, you're quite possibly expecting a quantitative analysis of data that was initially meant just to be qualitative. In other words, you're barking at the wrong tree, man!
But why is classical music so ignored in this thread?
Best album ever, the most influential for me?It was the album that got me into metal, along with Secret of the Runes by Therion.
like the Voice of a Carl McCoy.
Hard to pick up only one album, but I'm going to say "Much ado about nothing" by Patrick Doyle.
Quote from: Wombat on 2016-08-09 17:33:02like the Voice of a Carl McCoy.Finally got to see some FotN shows the last few years. He doesn't do long concerts, though.
Quote from: Vivadavid on 2016-08-12 12:38:59Hard to pick up only one album, but I'm going to say "Much ado about nothing" by Patrick Doyle.Great soundtrack, I've always loved that opening scene with the overture.
Sepultura - Under a Pale Grey Sky (LIVE)