This Week’s Top Ten Adult Contemporary Albums Selected By My Vinyl Peers On Instagram

As an avid vinyl collector I fluently use Instagram to showcase new albums and share music that I find on my vinyl excursions. However, since Instagram has began punishing us with violations for sharing music with others, I have decided to begin posting a weekly top 10 albums charts that will highlight what Jazz, Popular Vocals and R&B albums my peers on Instagram appear to enjoy.

August 10, 2019

10. Johnny Mathis – Johnny’s Greatest Hits (1958)

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Produced By Mitch Miller & Al Ham

9. Jose Feliciano – Feliciano (1968)

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Produced By Rick Jarrard

8. Lou Rawls – Unmistakably Lou (1977)

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Produced By Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, Dexter Wansel, Bobby Martin, & Jack Faith

7. Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Ella & Louis Again (1957)

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Produced By Norman Granz

6. Frank Sinatra – A Swingin Affair (1957)

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Produced By Voyle Gilmore

5. Dionne Warwick – The Sensitive Sound Of Dionne Warwick (1965)

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Produced By Burt Bacharach & Hal David

4. Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams – That’s What Friends Are For (1978)

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Produced By Jack Gold

3. Al Jarreau – All Fly Home (1978)

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Produced by Al Schmitt

2. Frank Sinatra – It Might As Well Be Spring (1964)

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Produced By Sonny Burke

  1. Nancy Wilson – From Broadway With Love (1966)

1st Week at #1

Produced By Dave Cavanaugh

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