records I find on my turntable often

Here's a few records that find their way to my table on a regular basis:

Sir Adrian boult concert favorites chesky lp cr53
Doris day - cuttin ' capers cl 1232
Linda Ronstadt - something new w/Nelsen riddle orchestra
Heart - little queen early vinyl
Rachmaninoff - symphony no. 3. Classic records 180 gram w/sir Adrian boult lsc-2185

What records do you find end up on your table more often than not?

Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms 
Adele - 21
Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger
Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue
Mark Knopfler - Shrangra La
The JB's - Pass The Peas
Air - Talkie Walkie
John Lee Hooker - Chill Out
Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman
The Beatles - Abbey Road

Stravinsky/Ansermet -- Petrushka London FFss original
Gershwin/Bernstein -- Rhapsody in Blue/American in Paris -- Columbia orig
Nina Hagen -- Revolution Ballroom, Unbehagen, Nunsexmonkrock
Harold Budd -- Lovely Thunder
Harold Budd -- White Arcade
Irmin Schmidt -- Impossible Holidays
Can -- Monster Movie, Saw Delight, Limited Edition
Miles Davis -- TuTu, Siesta, Decoy
Carla Bley -- European Tour 1977, Can't Sing
Charlie Mariano -- "October"
David Sylvian -- Dead Bees on the cake

Any dire straits
the notting hillbillies
pink floyd, the final cut and the wall
berlioz, symphony fantastique
la file mal garde
harry belafonte midnight special
Steely Dan/Donald Fagen
Big Star
Genesis (Classic Reissues)
Thelonius Monk (Columbia Reissues)
The top 4:
Dire Straits - Alchemy
AC DC - For Those About to Rock
Air - Moon Safari
Vivaldi - The 4 Seasons (Karajan/Berliner Philharmoniker)
U2 - Achtung Baby
It's more like a Top5, not a top4 :)
(editing issues...)

Great thread.

Nick Drake: Pink Moon- Remaster from a few years ago.

Steely Dan: Countdown to Ecstasy

The Doors:  Strange Days  First press Brown label

Grateful Dead:  American Beauty Early Green WB Label

Ray Brown Trio - Soular Energy

Doug MacLeod = Theres a Time

Kenney Burrell - Midnight Blue

Ben Webster - See you at the Fair

Dean Martin - Dream with Dean

Gene Ammons - Nice an Cool

Big Star ( Complete Columbia), "live at university of missouri 4/25/93
Eilen Jewell "Queen Of The Minor Key"..(a sleeper on vinyl..get it)
Eels "Wonderful, Glorious" (be aware of the DEEP etchings on the dead wax, your cartridge will thank you).
Eleni Mandel "Artificial Fire"
Drive By Tuckers "Brighter Than Creation's Dark"
Heart "Little Queen" (only on WLP!) when I listen.

None are more often than others, I don't like to get into "a groove".

The Frames "Fitzcarraldo"... MOV!!!
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Eva Cassidy: Songbird (Hot label) UK late 90's press

Joni Mitchell: Ladies of the Canyon: Reprise (early press)

CSN: S/T  (Couch album) Early Atlantic-PR in deadwax

Paul Simon:  One Trick Pony (Sterling master)

01/12: Gounod-Faust / Bizet-Carmen RCA LSC-2449-45CV 

02/12: Ballet Music From The Opera RCA LSC-2400 

03/12: Grieg, Peer Gynt London CS-6049

04/12: Massenet, Le Cid Klavier KS 522

05/12: Walton, Facade Suite RCA SB-2039 

06/12: Zero Mostel, Fiddler On The Roof RCA LSO-1093

07/12: Shchedrin, The Carmen Ballet, Melodiya ASD-2448 

08/12: Albéniz, Suite Española Decca SXL-6355
09/12: Rimsky-Korsakoff, Scheherazade RCA LSC-2446 

10/12: Offenbach, Gaîté Parisienne RCA LSC-1817

11/12: Arnold, English & Scottish Dances Lyrita SRCS-109 

12/12: Wasserman, Duets MCA 42131 Promo