By Steve Weinstein
By Bryan Bierman
By Lindsey Rhoades
By Chaz Kangas
By Ben Westhoff and Sarah Purkrabek
By Jena Ardell
By Jesse Sendejas Jr.
By Katherine Turman
For the past week we've been locked in the torch of the Statue of Liberty, subsisting on nothing but Russ & Daughters' lox, listening to the best records about, by, and for New York City through headphones endorsed by Lou Reed.
Our mission: to come up with a list of the 50 Most NYC Albums Ever; albums born of the five boroughs that best capture what it's like to live, love, struggle, and exist in the sprawling, unforgiving, culturally dense metropolis we pay too much to call home.
The albums we finally agreed upon capture everything from the unaffected cool of the Lower East Side to the horn-spiked salsa of Spanish Harlem and much more.
So let's get to it. Here, now, the 50 most quintessential New York records. Apologies in advance for The Muppets Take Manhattan not making the cut.
Read the full list at The 50 Most NYC Albums Ever.
No Konk, No Liquid Liquid, No Bush Tertras, No James White, No Sucide , No Ruben Blades, No Holly Vincent & The Italians..,
I could go on but it is clear no one on your staff is older than fifty
I'm happy to be number 30 on your dubious list, but what the hey!
No Laura Nyro!? New York Tendaberry!
@robinleecrutchfield NY's own.