My Dad's Music Collection

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  • Herbie Hancock - Perfect Machine
  • Ray Bailey - Satan's Horn
  • Roy Orbison - For the Lonely: 18 Greatest Hits
  • Quincy Jones - Q's Jook Joint
  • 10,000 Maniacs - MTV Unplugged
  • INXS - Kick
  • Def Leppard - Hysteria
  • Spin Doctors - Pocket Full of Kryptonite
  • Hootie and the Blowfish - Fairweather Johnson
  • Steve Winwood - Roll With It
  • Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine - Let It Loose
  • Jimmy Buffett - Beach House on the Moon
  • Sheryl Crow - Tuesday Night Music Club
  • Salt 'n' Pepa - Very Necessary
  • Program Two - Robotix
Author Comments: 

I recently ravaged my dad's CD collection and found U2's "Joshua Tree", Robert Palmer's "Riptide", and three Jackson Browne CD's. He does have some other ones, which I listed above, but none of them struck me at the time. Were my intuitions wrong? Are any of these worth a listen, or are they mostly pretty bad?

Hehe, your daddy listens to Salt 'N Peppa. You always get a laugh when you play "push it" on piano.