Top 10 Albums Impact Challenge


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This post very loosely accompanies Gab & Jam Episode 123

(video: https://bit.ly/Ep123albumchallvid and podcast: https://bit.ly/Ep123albumchallpod )

We’ve been nominated separately to complete the 10 Albums Impact Challenge, so we thought this was the perfect opportunity to do a Gab & Jam episode, so here we are. –No cheating! You’ve got to listen/watch the episode to find out each of our top 10 albums and what they mean to us. (video: https://bit.ly/Ep123albumchallvid and podcast: https://bit.ly/Ep123albumchallpod )

Though we chose the most impactful albums—and not just favorite or best—we each used different criteria for choosing. Bruce chose the albums that impacted him most as a bass player or as a songwriter, while I chose albums based on personal impact on my personal mental well-being and/or on their impact on me as an artistic individual. Either way, you may be surprised at some of our choices.

However, this post is a re-cap of the Top 10 Impactful Albums video/podcast:

Number 10

Bruce: Bob Marley's Exodus Vox: Prince's Prince

Number 9

Bruce: Rush's Moving Pictures Vox: The Jackson's Triumph

Number 8

Bruce: The Police's Zenyatta Mondatta Vox: Gap Band's III

Number 7

Bruce: Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Land Vox: Psychedelic Fur's Talk Talk Talk

Number 6

Bruce: EWF's That's the Way of the World Vox: Kate Bush's Hounds of Love

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Number 5

Bruce: J5's Going Back to Indiana Vox: NWA's Straight Outta Compton

Number 4

Bruce: Graham Central Station's Mirror Vox: Pearl Jam's Ten


Number 3

Bruce: Stanley Clarke's Modern Man Vox: BPJ's Welcome To My World