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post May 14 2013, 09:54 PM
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There is a show aired in the UK with a guy called Jools Holland.The whole show is based around music and I just seen that it was on tonight. I read on the information to see who the guest are.Ian Gillian and Ian Paice from deep purple were on to talk about their 19th studio album.

I was actually thinking about who had the most studio album releases recently. 19 is incredible.

What bands do you know that has released lots of albums

Does anyone know who has released the most

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post May 14 2013, 10:46 PM
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Miles Davis in his lifetime Authorized the release of 48 studio records and 36 'live' records (84 total authorized).
*There were also compilations. Keep in mind he also changed the course of music four times during his career.
Since his death there have been dozens of others released of newly found live and studio recordings.

Coltrane - 59

I think Tangerine Dream has released 100 albums.

Elvis - 42 (104 if you count the posthumous releases)

Grateful Dead - 63 'official' (100's of 'bootleg' but available recordings)

Sinatra - 81 (some posthumously)

Zappa - 63
Dylan - 43
RUSH - 21 (starting in '74)

*There's been 58 posthumous Jimi Hendrix albums. During his brief career - 4

Paul McCartney 'solo' - at least 30 (never mind about those Beatles guys)

It's easy with the band Chicago - they just number their records. They're at #33

I assume there's an Indian or other Asian artist that has probably released 100's.

*I love Deep Purple but 19 albums over 45 years isn't really that many.

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post May 14 2013, 10:52 PM
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Buckethead is almost reaching the milestone of 40 (if he didn't already) just on his solo stuff

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post May 15 2013, 04:37 AM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ May 14 2013, 06:46 PM) *
Miles Davis in his lifetime Authorized the release of 48 studio records and 36 'live' records (84 total authorized).
*There were also compilations. Keep in mind he also changed the course of music four times during his career.
Since his death there have been dozens of others released of newly found live and studio recordings.

Coltrane - 59

I think Tangerine Dream has released 100 albums.

Elvis - 42 (104 if you count the posthumous releases)

Grateful Dead - 63 'official' (100's of 'bootleg' but available recordings)

Sinatra - 81 (some posthumously)

Zappa - 63
Dylan - 43
RUSH - 21 (starting in '74)

*There's been 58 posthumous Jimi Hendrix albums. During his brief career - 4

Paul McCartney 'solo' - at least 30 (never mind about those Beatles guys)

It's easy with the band Chicago - they just number their records. They're at #33

I assume there's an Indian or other Asian artist that has probably released 100's.

*I love Deep Purple but 19 albums over 45 years isn't really that many.



Interesting info! Thanks mate.


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post May 15 2013, 05:06 AM
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Johnny Cash, 55 studio albums, 6 live albums, 84 compilation albums, 2 soundtracks ,and 153 singles according to wikipedia.

On a side note, The Sex Pistols only released 1 album it seems tongue.gif

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QUOTE (klasaine @ May 14 2013, 10:46 PM) *
Miles Davis in his lifetime Authorized the release of 48 studio records and 36 'live' records (84 total authorized).
*There were also compilations. Keep in mind he also changed the course of music four times during his career.
Since his death there have been dozens of others released of newly found live and studio recordings.

Coltrane - 59

I think Tangerine Dream has released 100 albums.

Elvis - 42 (104 if you count the posthumous releases)

Grateful Dead - 63 'official' (100's of 'bootleg' but available recordings)

Sinatra - 81 (some posthumously)

Zappa - 63
Dylan - 43
RUSH - 21 (starting in '74)

*There's been 58 posthumous Jimi Hendrix albums. During his brief career - 4

Paul McCartney 'solo' - at least 30 (never mind about those Beatles guys)

It's easy with the band Chicago - they just number their records. They're at #33

I assume there's an Indian or other Asian artist that has probably released 100's.

*I love Deep Purple but 19 albums over 45 years isn't really that many.


Yeah really good information there.

I didnt know they have being playing for over 45 years.When you put it like that it doesnt seem as much.

Zappa 63 thats crazy
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