In Heavy Rotation?

Thought it would be interesting to find out what are the top records Audiogoners are spinning with some frequency at the current time, say the top 10 or so that you're really diggin' these days.

Here is my current in heavy rotation list:

Ragpickers Dream Mark Knopfler
Hooverphonic : a new stereophonic sound spectacular
Future Sound of London Lifeforms
John Zorn The Gift
Richard Ashe The Dreamer and Dragonfly
Led Kaapana Black Sand
Michael Stearns The Lost World
Aimee Mann Lost in Space
Miles Davis In a Silent Way (remastered Sony)
Blind Boys of Alabama Higher Ground
Can a classical music listener add to this thread? If so...

1. Stravinsky/Firebird/Dorati, Mercury (Classic Records reissue)
2. Mendelssohn/Hebrides Overture/Maag, Decca (Speakers Corner reissue)
3. Schoenberg/5 Pieces for Orchestra/Dorati, Mercury (Speakers Corner reissue)
4. Madrigals for Diana/Consort of Musicke, Hyperion
5. Resphigi/Ancient Airs and Dances/Dorati, Mercury
6. Prokofiev/Romeo & Juliet/Leinsdorf, Sheffield Labs
7. Alwyn/Symphony #4/Alwyn, Lyrita
8. Bach/Brandenburg Concertos/Britten, London
9. Vivaldi/Flute Concertos/McGegan, Harmonia Mundi
Beethoven (cello sonatas)
Shostakovich (Op. 87 preludes and fugues)

Tierney Sutton (Something Cool)
Diane Reeves (A Little Moonlight)

Dylan (all of the remasters)
Emmylou Harris (Spyboy)
Tim MaHoney "Live"
Alice Peacock self titled

Great music from regional midwestern artists!
Damien Rice "O"
Flaming Lips "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots" HDCD
Bob Dylan "Desire" SACD
Orff - Carmina CDR (library has version I am trying to hunt down)
I feel like Mike Fremer! All in 2-channel:

1) Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller (Sony SACD)
2) Reiner/Bartok/Concerto for Orchestra (JVC XRCD)
3) Medeski Martin and Wood - Uninvisible (DTS DVD-A)
4) Wilco - Being There (Warner CD)
5) Trey Anastasio - Trey Anastasio (Elektra DVD-A)
6) McCoy Tyner - Land of Giants (Telarc CD)
7) Murray Perahia - Bach Keyboard Concertos vol. 2 (Sony CD)
8) Rush - Live in Rio (Atlantic CD)
9) Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (Sony SACD)
10) Santana - Supernatural (Arista DVD-A)
Van Morrison "What's Wrong With This Picture?" On Blue Note.

Simon and Garfunkel "Collected Works"

Streams on Word Records. I think some of the money goes to family violence centers. It's really good!
Lots of type stuff:

Essential Leonard Cohen (2 disc set)
Patti Griffin Live, Kiss in Time
Cold Mountain soundtrack
Over the Rhine, Ohio and Good Dog
Be Good Tanyas, Blue Horse and Chinatown
Voices on the Verge
Ryan Adams, Love Is Hell parts 1 and 2
Taj Mahal and the Hula Blues
Joan Baez, Dark Chords on a Blue Guitar
Neil Young, On the Beach
Bob Dylan, SACD remasters esp. Blood on the Tracks
John Gorka's new one
David Grisman's new one
Beck, Sea Change
1.Mussorgsky/Pictures at an Exhibition/Reiner/RCA (Classics 180g reissue)
2.Ray Brown Trio/Soular Energy/Pure Audiophile (200g reissue)
3.Ella Fitzgerald/Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie/Verve (original pressing and Classics 180g reissue)
4.Alan Parsons Project/I Robot/MFSL
6.Grofe/Grand Canyon Suite/Gould/RCA
6.Art Pepper/Meets the Rhythm Section/Contemporary
7.Miles Davis/Kind of Blue/Columbia (2 channel SACD)
8.Pink Floyd/Dark Side of the Moon/MFSL, 30th Anniv. reissue, orginal Harvest pressings
9.Crosby, Stills, & Nash/CSN/Atlantic (Classics 180g reissue)
10.Patricia Barber/Modern Cool/MFSL (2 channel SACD)
11.Dire Straits/Love Over Gold/Warner
12.Grateful Dead/American Beauty/MFSL pressing
13.Allman brothers Band/Fillmore (Classics 180g reissue)
1) The Clash-The Clash
2) Eliott Smith--Eliott Smith
3) The Smithereens--Especially For You
4) Death Cab For Cutie--The Photo Booth
5) The Postal Service--Give Up
6) Al Green--I Can't Stop
7) Lori Carson--Everything I Touch Runs Wild
8) Elliott Smith--Either/Or
9) The Damned--Damned, Damned, Damned
10) Aretha Franklin--I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You.

Right now this is (unfortunately) all on CD. If you haven't heard one or more of these artists, do it!
1. Ian Anderson " Secret Lanquage of Birds"
2. Ian Anderson " Rupi's Dance"
3. Mark Knopfler " Ragpickers Dream"
4. Blackmore's Knight- everything
5. Jethro Tull " Christmass Album"
6. Bob Dylan " Desire" SACD
Dave Matthews, Some Devil
Horace Silver, Song for My Father
Lucinda Williams, Essence
Joe Henry, Tiny Voices
Chet Baker, Chet
Ryan Adams, Love is Hell, parts 1 & 2
Kimmie Rhodes, West Texas Heaven
Curtis Mayfield, New World Order
Savoy Brown, Street Corner Talking
Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd, Jazz Samba
The Kings of Leon - Youth and Young Manhood
James Carter - Gardenias for Lady Day
Red Garland - Red Alert
Doc Watson - Doc Watson
Mahler's 6th - Michael Tilson-Thomas cond., SFSO
Drive-By Truckers - Southern Rock Opera
Olu Dara - Neighborhoods
Sly and the Family Stone - Fresh
Dinah Washington - What a Difference a Day Makes
Maxim Vengerov - Vengerov Plays Bach, Schedrin, Ysaye
Andrew Hill - Point of Departure
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
Porcupine Tree, In Absentia
Bob Dylan, Blood on the Tracks (Hybrid)
Dream Theater, Train of Thought
OSI, Office of Strategic Influence
Morcheeba, Big Calm
Clash, London Calling
Bruce Cockburn, Humans
White Stripes, Elephant
Kenny Garrett - Standard of language
Joe Lovano - Quartets, Live at the Village Vanguard
Roy Hargrove - Kindred Souls, Live
Dave Holland Quintet - Extended Play, Live at Birdland
Wayne Shorter - Footprints Live
Laura Fygi (ony one of the 3 CDs)
Bob James w. David Sanborn
Andrea Bocelli
Beethoven (5,6,7,9)
Mireille Mathieu
Rick Wakeman - COUNTRY AIRS
Bizet-Shchedrin - THE CARMEN BALLET
All on cd and in no particular order:

1) Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones/Sony--probably ought to upgrade to the Virgin remaster, but I've waited so long I'm afraid they're going to remaster it again)

2) Grateful Dead - Dozin' At The Knick (HDCD Grateful Dead/Arista)

3) Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus (Prestige 20 Bit K2 Edition)

4) Zakir Hussein - Making Music (ECM)

5) Dire Straits - Live Alchemy (Vertigo Remaster)

6) Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde (Columbia standard cd--I've got some of the SACD hybrids coming in the mail, can't wait)

7) Sting - Sacred Love (A&M--I've been trying to get into this, but I'm afraid it stinks)

8) Van Morrison - Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart (Polygram 20 bit Remaster)

9) Santana/McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender (Columbia/Legacy Remaster)

10) Deep Purple - In Rock (EMI Remastered Anniversary Edition)
Any thing by Gram Parsons, The Byrds (in all their incarnations), and The Burritto Bros.
Maril555, wow I really like your choices.

I recently have been playing a lot of strange (for me) things. I will go from Alice Cooper to Johnie Ray.

Dire Straits "Brothers In Arms" vinyl from Simply Vinyl

Elvis Presley any of the Simply Vinyl LPs

Johnny Cash reissues from Get Back. They do not sound good though.

Bob Dylan "Oh Mercy"

Van Morrison "What's Wrong With this Picture?" Blue Note CD really sounds good.

I'm getting too old to remember the other stuff.

Mose Allison "I've Been Doing Some Thinking"
Albert Collins "Frostbite"
Bruce Cockburn "Humans"
Neil Young "On The Beach"
Beatles "Abby Road" MFSL
The above are on vinyl, on CD in the car:
Greg Brown "If I Had Known, Essential Recordings"
Pat MacDonald "Strange Love, PM does DM"(Depesch Mode)
Vic Chesnutt "Silver Lake"
Thanks for asking!
Album Titles - Artist

1. Bajofondo Tangoclub - Juan Campodonico
2. Making Music - Zakir Hussain
3. Hotel Costes (4,5 & 6) - Stephane Pompougnac
4. Uncommon Ritual - Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck, Mike Marshall
5. Mucho corazon - Martirio
6. Astor Piazzolla Remized - Koop, John Beltran etc.
7. Ornaments - Heiko Laux
8. Liberation - Karsh Kale
9. Songbird - Eva Cassidy (while testing different gear)
1. Glazunov and Dvorak/Violin Concertos/Kaler, Naxos
2. Schmelzer/Unarum Fidium/Holloway, ECM New Series
3. Tartini/Violin Concertos/Wallfisch, Hyperion
4. Sibelius/Complete String Quartets/Sibelius Academy Quartet and New Helsinki Quartet, Finlandia Records
5. Pat Metheny Group/Quartet, Geffen
6. Biber/Unam Ceylum/Holloway, ECM New Series
7. Sibelius/Tone Poems/Sakari, Naxos
8. John Adams/Violin Concerto and Shaker Loops/Nonesuch
9. John Cage/In a Landscape/Drury, BMG Classics
10. Mozart/Violin Concertos Nos. 1-3/Oistrakh, EMI Classics
11. Glass/Aguas de Amazonia/Uakti, Point Music
12. Cantus Borealis/Reykjavik Wind Quintet, BIS
Some old and some new possibilities.

Sara K - Closer Than They Appear
Jacintha - Jacintha is Her Name
Chantal Kreviazuk - What If It All Means Something
Sarah Vaughan - Dreamsville
Summer Watson - Summer
Rhian Benson - Gold Coast
Ella Fitzgerald/Joe Pass - Take Love Easy
Blossom Dearie - My Gentleman Friend
Dido - Life for Rent
Michael Camilo - Live at the Blue Note
Patty Larkin "Regrooving the Dream"
Diana Krall "Love Scenes"
Roseann Cash "Rules of Travel"
Martin Sexton "Black Sheep"
David Sylvian "Secrets of the Beehive"
Joshua Redman "Moodswings"
Radiohead "OK Computer"
Janis Ian "Breaking Silence"
Buddy Guy "Blue Singer"
King Crimson- "Frame by Frame", the wife got it for me on the net for Christmas

Who's Next - "Deluxe Anniversary edition", good outtakes

Richard Thompson- "The old Kit bag."

The Flatlanders - "Now again." Great country

Mark Knopfler - "Ragpicker's dream."

Tiff Merritt - "Tiff Merritt." What a voice, kind of hard country. Just really nice music.

Victrola - "Live as you like." Jazz/showtunes. Alice Spencer is a great singer, the band and songs are good too. From Austin.

Julie & Buddy Miller - same. More great country with an edge.

Luther Allison - "Live in Chicago." Double CD, kick ass blues.

James Mcmurtry - "Too long in the wasteland", plus others.

Savoy Brown - "Raw Sienna", an oldy but their best.

Jimi Hendrix - "Jimi Hendrix Experience", 4-cd box set. Mostly live, mostly unreleased, mostly great.

Lucinda Williams "World without tears"
Wilco and Uncle Tupelo
Natalie Merchant "Carpenters Daughter"
Shelby Lynn
Roseanne Cash "10 song Demo"
Pops- Carpenters Daughter is a nice listen,bought the girlfriend that for Xmas.