Thursday, May 12, 2005

North Country Music

If I had a music store it would be called North Country Music and it would carry these albums (this list is in some sort of rough order):

The Joshua Tree, U2
Sixpence None The Richer, Sixpence None The Richer
The Turning, Leslie Phillips
Mr. Buechner’s Dream, Daniel Amos
A Boot and a Shoe, Sam Phillips
How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, U2
Slow Train Coming, Bob Dylan
O Brother Where Art Thou?, T Bone Burnett
Cold Mountain, T Bone Burnett
Only Visiting This Planet, Larry Norman
American IV: The Man Comes Around, Johnny Cash
All That You Can’t Leave Behind, U2
Rattle And Hum, U2
The Beautiful Letdown, Switchfoot
Free At Last, dc Talk
The Eleventh Hour, Jars of Clay
Who We Are Instead, Jars of Clay
Jesus Freak, dc Talk
Songs From Bright Avenue, Bob Bennett
Horrendous Disc, Daniel Amos
Me Died Blue, Steven Delopoulos
If I Left the Zoo, Jars of Clay
Stereotype Be, Kevin Max
Flap Your Wings, The Choir
Divine Discontent, Sixpence None The Richer
Van Lear Rose, Loretta Lynn
A Rush of Blood to the Head, Coldplay
The Jesus Demos, Rich Mullins
A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band, Rich Mullins
Jars of Clay, Jars of Clay
New Way to Be Human, Switchfoot
My Mother’s Hymn Book, Johnny Cash
Love and Theft, Bob Dylan
Orange Blossom Special, Johnny Cash
Between the Fence and the Universe, Kevin Max
Thrive, The Newsboys
Supernatural, dc Talk
October, U2
War, U2
Much Afraid, Jars of Clay
John Wesley Harding, Bob Dylan
Roaring Lambs, Dave Palmer
Gift Horse, Lost Dogs
So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt?, Keith Green
Lonely Runs Both Ways, Alison Krauss and Union Station
Big Blue Sky, Bebo Norman
A Fragile Stone, Michael Card
Deep Enough to Dream, Chris Rice
Stacie Orrico, Stacie Orrico
It’s Personal, Phil Keaggy
Find Me In The Fields, Phil Keaggy
Signs of Life, Steven Curtis Chapman
Speechless Steven Curtis Chapman
Nothing Left to Prove, Danny Orteli

===========Best Of and Tribute Albums=============

The Strong Hand Of Love
Beatles 1
The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary: Ten Years Together
High Noon
Have We Got A Show For You
Intermission: the Greatest Hits
Shine, the Hits
20 Essential Tracks From The Boxed Set: 1965-1990

3 comments:

stan said...

Unfortunately, your music store would do very poorly, because you wouldn't want to sell any of those albums - you'd want to keep them all for yourself! :)

Foolish Knight said...

La Dói! I had not though of that!

Queen of Arts and England said...

Sounds Groovy!