It's the third and final installment of this month's "Sounds with Sweets." In today's blog, Chris Fryar reveals which albums never cease to inspire him. 

"There are many records/CDs that provide me with a constant flow of inspiration. Regardless of how many times I listen to them, I always hear something fresh and new. I would like to think that everyone (musicians especially) has a list of albums that never cease to inspire. Though the list is extremely long and encompasses many genres, here is my 'go-to' list that Iím always guaranteed to find inspiring:

Ten Summonerís Tales --- Sting

Songs In The Key of Life --- Stevie Wonder

A Love Supreme --- John Coltrane

John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman --- John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman

Vinnie Colaiuta --- Vinnie Colaiuta

A Boy Named Charlie Brown --- Vince Guaraldi Trio

Aja --- Steely Dan

Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit [LIVE] --- Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit

Under The Table and Dreaming --- Dave Matthews Band

Star Time --- James Brown

Live and In Living Color --- Tower Of Power"

You can also check out the first installment of "Sounds with Sweets" about learning to play an instrument here. Ever wondered what albums taught Sweets how to play the drums? Read the last installment of "Sounds with Sweets" here. Then check out Sweet's "Albums That Always Inspire Me" playlist on Spotify