2017 Year End Favorite Albums

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by tribalfusion, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. tribalfusion

    tribalfusion Member

    Dec 5, 2008
    So now that the year is officially over, let's see your faves for 2017. If possible, sort them into categories so people can have an idea of what they might enjoy:


    Tim Miller - Trio Vol. 3
    Mike Stern - Trip
    Chick Corea - The Musician
    John McLaughlin & the 4th Dimension - Live at Ronnie Scott's
    Richard Hallebeek - One Voice
    Oz Noy - Ozone Squeeze
    Simon Phillips Protocol - 4
    Adam Rogers - Dice
    Roberto Badoglio - Lapse of Worry
    Tom Guarna - The Wishing Stones
    Ralph Towner - My Foolish Heart
    Tom Kennedy - Points of View
    Hudson - John Scofield/Jack Dejonnette
    Chris Potter - The Dreamer is the Dream
    Dave Liebman and Martial Solal - Masters in Bordeaux
    Gary Peacock Trio - Tangents
    Mike Moreno 3 for 3
    Petros Klampanis - Chroma
    John Abercrombie - Up and Coming
    Sebastiaan Cornelissen - Rock the Motion
    Antoine Fafard - Proto Mundi

    ROCK (several different types including hard rock, metal, prog and power pop etc):

    Avatarium - Hurricanes and Halos
    Europe - Walk the Earth
    Big Wreck - Grace Street
    Black Country Communion - BCC IV
    Ayreon - The Source
    Pugwash - Silverlake
    Squeeze - The Knowledge
    Deep Purple - Infinite
    Eric Johnson - Collage
    Steve Hackett - The Night Siren
    Sons of Apollo - Psychotic Symphony
    Big Big Train - Grimspound/Second Brightest Star
    KXM - Scatterbrain
    Vuur - In This Moment We Are Free
    Mastodon - Emperor of Sand
    Roger Waters - Is This the Life We Really Want
    Pain of Salvation - In the Passing Light of Day
    Kaipa - Children of the Sounds
    Richie Kotzen - Salting Earth
    Steven Wilson - To the Bone
    Elder - Reflections of a Floating World
    Bros Landreth - Under Cover


    Marisa Monte/Carlinhos Brown - Tribalistas
    Anouar Brahem – Blue Maqams
    Vicente Amigo - Memoria de los Sentidos


    Allan Holdsworth - The Man Who Changed Guitar Forever
  2. Serenity

    Serenity Member

    Dec 15, 2012
    United Kingdom
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  3. tribalfusion

    tribalfusion Member

    Dec 5, 2008
    There is and it came out a month before the year even finished. Thanks for the curmudgeonly post.

    You don't have to participate obviously but I was hoping for more than just 5 albums and that perhaps there might be some discussion as well.

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