I bought some ten jazz CDs last month and I've been mixing in relistens, which I haven't kept track of (other than to say A Love Supreme, which I never gave too much attention to, is a hell of an album); because of this I had only gotten through maybe four of my new CDs and then felt like doing classical LPs again.
Previously I had stopped after finally getting through my Mozart and in this spurt have done my Mussorgsky, Nielsen, Ockeghem, Offenbach, Orff, Pachelbel (who actually did a lot of nifty organ stuff), Paderewski, Paganini, a disc of Baroque mandolin concertos (filed under Paisiello), Palestrina, and now I'm doing Poulenc. Obviously I have just a few by each of these composers (Poulenc is the most-represented with five).
Doing all my LPs is time-consuming and may be seem amphetamine-ish goal-directed behavior but it's actually paying off to have computer files of them and that just spurs me on. (I haven't taken speed in nine or ten years).
I'll blow that pussy and #### those remaining CDs' minds; give it time.