Couldn’t pick just one single album, so many to choose from.
Anything by Steeleye Span, especially ‘Below the Salt’, ‘Now We Are Six’, ‘Commoners Crown’ and later ones like ‘They Called Her Babylon’.
‘The Olympia Concert’ and ‘The Dublin Concert’ and ‘Brian Boru’ by the Breton musician Alan Stivell.
Jethro Tull’s ‘Songs From the Wood’ and ‘Heavy Horses’, also ‘Minstrel in the Gallery and ‘Thick as a Brick’.
Anything by the Maestro who is Mike Oldfield, a musical genius.
His first four albums are his best, ‘Tubular Bells’, Hergest Ridge’, Ommadawn’ and ‘Incantations’, just superb.
‘The Tain’ and ‘The Book of Invasions’ by the Celtic rockers Horslips.
Anything by the quirky talent that is The Incredible String Band, you can’t ‘pigeonhole’ their varied and mixed style.
Having recently bought a cheap Greatest Hits album from Sainsbury’s, I have belatedly discovered the talent that is Bob Dylan, what a wordsmith.