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I have a feeling that i will be listening to these a lot more from now on.
1John Coltrane
A Love Supreme

I'm getting into more and more Jazz, and this album is making me want to get into the genre even more. I love just putting this album on and just sit there listening to it in it's entirety.
2Miles Davis
Kind of Blue

This is another album that makes me want to listen to more jazz. Miles was an incredible trumpeter and composer and i feel, so far, that this is his best work. Flamenco Sketches is brilliant.
3 Allan Holdsworth

Every guitar player should know this man's name. He is, in my opinion, the best jazz fusion player out there (maybe Shawn Lane too) and this album proves it. I wouldn't say it's his best, but City Nights is just an incredible song.
4Cannibal Corpse
Evisceration Plague

Whenever i've been in the mood, i have been listening to this album lately. I would probably consider it better than Kill, but it's still not the best with Corpsgrinder.

This is one of his most underrated albums. It really goes to show what free form music can do, and i believe that this is his most free form album to date.
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