I guess it depends on your taste in music. My taste is classic-rock from around the late 60s-early 70s.
"Beggars Banquet," "Let It Bleed," "Sticky Fingers" and "ExileOn Main Street" by the Stones. My favourite later albums by the Stones are "Tattoo You" and "A Bigger Bang."
Any album by "The Faces" are great listening. This also applies to the late Warren Zevon.
As for individual songs....where to start? "Alright Now" by Free, "Things Have Changed" by Dylan & "Jumping Jack Flash" by the Stones.
My own original material is akin to all of the aforementioned in varying degrees and can be located at http://www.scotsbob.com/music.htm
I hope that you find my suggestions helpful.
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