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  1. Some great albums are missing:

    Tim Buckley
    Goodbye and Hello (1967)
    Happy Sad (1969)
    Blue Afternoon (1969)
    Greetings From L.A. (1972)

    Van Morrison
    Astral Weeks (1968)
    St Dominic’s Preview (1972)
    Veedon Fleece (1974)

    Nick Drake
    Five Leaves Left (1969)
    Bryter Layter (1970)
    Pink Moon (1972)

    Mike Scott
    Bring ‘Em All In (1995)

    John Hiatt
    Bring The Family (1987)

    Elvis Costello
    Imperial Bedroom (1982)
    King Of America (1986)

    … an so many, I have forgotten!

  2. Nice list, but women are notably missing, including several groundbreakers. Where is Laura Nyro, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Rickie Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, Amy Winehouse and Mary Gauthier, to name just a few.

    1. This list is just a start 🙂
      Much more will be posted, and the list will be updated.

      Laura Nyro, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Rickie Lee Jones & Lucinda Williams will definitively end up with several albums.

  3. Is Frank Zappa the most underrated musician ever, the word genius gets bandied around a lot but I feel it’s appropriate for Frank. Straight to Hell by Hank 111 should be on every list and Mark E Smith’s, The Fall are head and shoulders above all the English wannabes, including The Clash.

  4. Never mind the bollocks here’s the Sex Pistols All the Public Image Limited albums. Women and Country, Jakob Dylan. The Complete works of Jerry Lee Lewis. New York, Lou Reed.

  5. Man, I love your great albums supply – i’ll be combing it for stuff i missed 🙂

  6. One of my all-time favorites is the ALBERT KING with STEVIE RAY VAUGHN album “In Session”. Don’t exactly know how I rank it, but I know I enjoy it every time I hear it. Taped for television in 1983, to me timeless.

  7. Miles Davis is the best musician that has ever existed and only incompetent people in music aside his album Kind of Blue as his best work . everything that is played and recorded ox 1969 – 1975 is nedogvatljivo for all musicians of the world in general . his albums since 1981 – but until the end of life are thought to nouns Beatles Presley and many others who are not worthy to carry his instruments .
    So it is with rollingstones always the first day of existence, were much better than the Beatles who were exploited and media advertised and have never had a quality which they attributed
    and where Eric Clapton
    by miles stones and eric great majority of these musicians and their albums are funny that is not been worth mentioning
    I forget where the Janis Joplin
    eraser in hand and delete the top list
    p, s, charts RollingStone magazine was commissioned for commerce and not reflect the true state of music in fact it is so bad and were making a musical nonspecialists just imagine the Beach Boys are miles ahead of Hendrix Eric Janis dylan neil Allmans etto is ridiculous and we in Montenegro I say ” to cry “

    1. Thanks for your comment, a lot of strong views here, I disagree with most of them, but you’re welcome to express your views here anyway.

      – Hallgeir

  8. where is miles on this list
    beatles are little kids for him and many others
    stones too (out of our heads , decembers childrens , aftermath, between the buttons,beggars banquet ….)

    1. Miles is at the very first line with Kind of Blue.
      When we write about the albums they will be included, there are hundreds of records not yet written about…

      We need to know the date of the release or the date of the recording of the albums, or we need to have some spare time to write in beteen the calendar posts (and that is not very likely 🙂 )

      …there will be more Miles Davis for sure.

      – Hallgeir

  9. 1950’s
    Chuck Berry – ‘After School Session’ (1957)

    The Band-‘Music from Big Pink’ (1968)

    ‘John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band’ (1970)
    David Bowie – ‘Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972)
    Lou Reed Transformer – ‘Transformer’ (1972)
    The Allman Brothers Band – ‘Brothers and Sisters’ (1973)
    Stevie Wonder – ‘Innervisions’ (1973

    The Police – ‘Outlandos d’Amour’ (1978)

    Madonna – ‘True Blue’ (1986)
    U2 – ‘Joshua Tree’ (1987)

    R.E.M – Out of Time (1991)
    Nirvana – Nevermind (1994)
    Beck – ‘Odelay’ (1996)
    bonnie ‘prince’ billy – ‘i see a darkness’ (1998)

    Johnny Cash- ‘Solitary Man’ (2000)
    Amy Winehouse – ‘Frank’ (2003)
    Franz Ferdinand – ‘Franz Ferdinand’ (2004)

    Just one remark: ‘Music from Big Pink’ you dare not miss that one, the best album of the sixties, I guess … and the other ones are not that bad either. Good luck and greetings, Jolt

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