Quiz time: best posthumous albums Rolling Stone is asking visitors to their site to name the best posthumous albums of all time. "We’re not even getting into the 583 thousand posthumously released Tupac albums," writes RS's Elizabeth Goodman, "but feel free to go there if you’re so inclined. Our pick for best posthumous album is Johnny Cash’s American V: A Hundred Highways, but Janis’ Pearl is up there too. What would you pick?"
My top three would be:
1. Streetcore, Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros 2. American V, Johnny Cash 3. The Wind, Warren Zevon
(Update: I was informed in the comments that this album came out a couple of weeks before Zevon's death. But it still makes my list.)
What are your picks? This poll will stay up through the Thanksgiving weekend I guess for a while. But not at the top as I had planned, because I feel a burst of blogging energy coming on.