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  1. 11-17-70

    11-17-70 (1971)


  2. 11i

    11i (2008)


    11i is the third studio album by Supreme Beings of Leisure. It was released in 2008.

  3. 2002



    2002 (MMII) was a common year that started on a Tuesday. In the Gregorian calendar, it was the 2002nd year of the Common Era, or of Anno Domini; the 2nd year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 3rd of the 2000s decade.

  4. 3 Bats Live

    3 Bats Live (2007)


  5. 7...

    7... (2011)


  6. 90125

    90125 (1983)


    90125 is the eleventh studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in 1983 on Atco Records.

  7. A Black and White Night Live

    A Black and White Night Live (1989)


  8. A Capella

    A Capella (2012)

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  9. A Capella II

    A Capella II

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  10. A Christmas Cornucopia

    A Christmas Cornucopia (2010)


    A Christmas Cornucopia is the fifth studio album by the Scottish singer-songwriter Annie Lennox, released in November 2010. It was Lennox's first album after signing to the Universal Music Group (Island Records in the UK, Decca in the US and Europe) following her departure from Sony BMG, which had been her label for almost 30 years. It was also her second cover album (after 1995's Medusa) and her first based around holiday music.

  11. A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector

    A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector (2009)


  12. A Day At The Races

    A Day At The Races (2011)


    A Day at the Races is the fifth album by British rock group Queen, released in December 1976. It was the band's first completely self-produced album, and the first not to feature producer Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded at Sarm East, The Manor and Wessex Studios in England, A Day at the Races was engineered by Mike Stone. The title of the album followed suit with its predecessor A Night at the Opera, taking its name from the subsequent film by the Marx Brothers.

  13. A Day Without Rain

    A Day Without Rain (2001)


    A Day Without Rain is an album by Irish musician Enya, released on 20 September 2000 in the United Kingdom and 21 September 2000 in the United States. It won the Grammy Award for "Best New Age Album" of 2002. It is best known for the song "Only Time" which became a major success in 2000, and again in 2001 when it became identified with the 11 September 2001 attacks through extensive media use.

  14. A los hombres que amé

    A los hombres que amé (2011)


  15. A modo mio

    A modo mio (2004)


  16. A New Devotion

    A New Devotion (2003)


  17. A Night In San Francisco

    A Night In San Francisco (1994)


  18. A Perfect Place

    A Perfect Place (2008)

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  19. A Place in the Sun

    A Place in the Sun (2008)


    A Place in the Sun is the third album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. The album marked an entrance into the mainstream for the band, and the first single from the album, "Whatcha Gonna Do?" reached number 6 on the Pop Singles charts. The title track, "A Place in the Sun" was the second and less successful single on the album, reaching number 42, but remains the favorite among many fans of the band today. The track "Raging Fire" was released as the B-side of "I Go to Rio" in 1978. This was the group's last album with original bassist Bud Cockrell, who left the band after its release.

  20. A Reality Tour

    A Reality Tour (2010)


  21. A Rush Of Blood To The Head

    A Rush Of Blood To The Head (2002)


    A Rush of Blood to the Head is the second studio album by British alternative rock band Coldplay. Released on 26 August 2002 in the UK through the label Parlophone, the album was produced by the band and British record producer Ken Nelson. Recording started after the band became popular worldwide with the release of their debut album, Parachutes, and one of its singles in particular, "Yellow". The songs featured in the album have a greater use of electric guitar and piano than its predecessor.

  22. A Sense of Wonder

    A Sense of Wonder (2008)


    A Sense of Wonder is the fifteenth studio album by Northern Irish singer/songwriter Van Morrison released in 1985. When first released original pressings had to be recalled when the W. B. Yeats estate refused to allow Morrison's musical version of the poem, "Crazy Jane on God" to be included on the album, as they believed his poems should only be set to classical music. Morrison substituted "If You Only Knew" for the Yeats' recording. (Later, perhaps due to Morrison's efforts, Yeats poems would be put to rock settings on a whole album).

  23. A Short Album About Love

    A Short Album About Love (1997)


    A Short Album About Love is the fifth album by The Divine Comedy, released in 1997.

  24. A Thousand Different Ways

    A Thousand Different Ways (2006)


    A Thousand Different Ways is the third studio album by Clay Aiken. The album, which was executive produced by Jaymes Foster, consists of ten covers and four new songs. It was released by RCA on September 19, 2006. The first single was "Without You" and the second, "A Thousand Days."

  25. A Time for Love

    A Time for Love (2010)


    A Time for Love is the title of a studio album released by Cuban performer Arturo Sandoval. It was released by Concord Records on May 11, 2010. The album was produced by Jorge Calandrelli and Gregg Field and features collaborations by Chris Botti, Kenny Barron and Monica Mancini. The album includes a collection of classical pieces, standards, and ballads written by several writers such as Gabriel Fauré, Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer, Ogden Nash, Kurt Weill, Bruno Brighetti, Bruno Martino, Maurice Ravel, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, Marty Panzer, Ástor Piazzolla, Charlie Chaplin, Geoffrey Parsons, James Phillips, Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen, Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand and Cole Porter. Sandoval originally wanted to record and release the album by himself, until pianist Shelly Berg brought him to Gregg Field, of Concord Records, who brought in Grammy Award-winning arranger Jorge Calandrelli. They co-produced while Calandrelli arranged eight of the nine string charts, Berg arranged the rest and brought in his trio to back up Sandoval. Sandoval mentioned that his two greatest inspirations for this album were trumpeter Bobby Hackett's playing with the Jackie Gleason Orchestra, and the album Clifford Brown with Strings.

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