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Monthly Archives: Oct 2020
I’d Love To Turn You On by Various Artists
Classical and avant-garde music that inspired the Sixties counter-culture
Meet Me At The River by Dawn Landes
Bringing It All Back Home by Bob Dylan
What’s real and what is not
Everything Playing by The Lovin’ Spoonful
Why must every generation think their folks are square?
Hard Luck Stories Disc 5/The Madness Of Love by Richard And Linda Thompson
No one could hold back when they heard them sing.
Help! by The Beatles
The first album I ever owned
Marquee Moon by Television
This is not prog rock. This is not punk rock.
Nebraska by Bruce Springsteen
Blowin’ Your Mind by Van Morrison
Van Morrison’s first album
Argus by Wishbone Ash
I was wrong
Days Of Future Passed by The Moody Blues
Go now into the future before it is the past
Double Fantasy by John Lennon and Yoko Ono
Back In The DHSS by Half Man Half Biscuit
The beautiful sparkling healthy spa water of Bath, in Avon
Albion by Chris Wood
Trans by Neil Young
Heavily disguised heartbreak
Nightcap At Wits’ End by Garcia Peoples
I’d Rather Lead A Band by Loudon Wainwright III
Another chapter in the story of Loudon Wainwright II
Chemins De Terre by Alan Stivell
Traditional Celtic music
The Bootleg Series Volume 3 by Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan’s best songs
Irish Heartbeat by Van Morrison & The Chieftans
Traditional Irish music enhanced by Van Morrison’s remarkable singing
Between The Earth And Sky by Lankum
Traditional Irish music
Forever Changes by Love
The impact of fantastic music never changes.
The Joy Of Living by Jackie Oates
Birth and death.
Mercy Now by Mary Gauthier
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles
Music that will endure for centuries
The First Of A Million Kisses by Fairground Attraction
Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin
A Wolves fan with a ridiculous haircut.
The Best Albums Ever
“Pour Down Like Silver” is the best album ever
The Lonesome Picker Rides Again by John Stewart
Uplifting sad songs
Lone Star State Of Mind by Nanci Griffith
One of the eight best albums ever made.
Automatic For The People by R.E.M.
The best band in the world?
Volume 3: A Child’s Guide To Good And Evil by The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
The best album ever according to Robert Sekula