Name a few albums which helped determine your musical tastes

How about a short list of albums that shaped your listening from early on in your life?

Not just albums that became favorites (though they could be now). Let's call them historical turning points for you that shaped you as a listener, now.

  • Quadrophenia or Who's Next
  • Sgt Peppers Beatles
  • Floyd, Wish you were here
  • Jethro Tull, Thick as a Brick
  • Metheny, Offramp
  • Glenn Gould, Goldberg variations
  • Joni Mitchell, Court and Spark
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Didn't anyone like Creedence Clearwater Revival ?

The question wasn't what we like.  It was what helped determine our musical tastes.  I like CCR, but it didn't introduce me to any genre, style, or sub-genre I hadn't heard before.  By the time I heard CCR, I'd already heard southern rock/swamp rock I liked, so it didn't help determine my tastes.
Sgt Pepper Beatles
Freak Out Zappa
Yer Album James Gang
To the person who asked, "Doesn't anyone like Creedence (Clearwater Revival)?I will repeat the valid criticism of my prior post:  They were just fine, but they certainly did not influence me in any way, which was the title question to this thread. 
To the person who claims that classical and jazz are not something one necessarily needs to "Shoe Off) an audiophile system.  BfS!  Nothing demonstrates our systems' superiority as much as the tightness of an acoustic bass, or the accurate reproduction of acoustic instruments, no matter how many (in the case of classical) how many instruments there are.  Still, for my rocker friend, I am obligate to rock out with The Chili Peppers, Audioslave, Body Count, but especially Santana's Supernatural album.  For extreme acoustic sound, it is hard to beat The Violent Femmes white CD of their double album.