I Love The Sixties

Quality of music comes and goes and in my opinion contemporary music is in a bit of a rut. I never agree with the Rolling Stones 500 best albums or NME’s polls either for that matter. Who are these industry pundits that choose anyway, aren’t they listening to the same musical masterpeices that I do?  –  Philistines.  –  Here’s a list of my 50 alltime faves for the perusal of these music industry heavyweights.

1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced

2. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Electric Ladyland

3. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Axis Bold As Love

4. The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

5. The Beatles – Abbey Road

 6. The Beatles – Let It Be

7. The Beatles – Rubber Soul

8. The Beatles – White Album

9. The Beatles – Revolver

10. The Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed (Let it Bleed/Let It Be? Mmmmm!)

11. The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers

12.The Rolling Stones – Exile On Main St.

13. The Rolling Stones – Some Girls

14. The Doors – self titled

15. The Doors – Morrison Hotel

16. The Doors – L.A. Woman

17. The Doors – Strange Days

18. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Cosmos Factory

19. Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon

20.  Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here

21.  Pink Floyd – The Wall

22. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Deja Vu

23. Crosby, Stills & Nash – self titled

24. Neil Young – Harvest

25. Neil Young – On The Beach

26. Neil Young – Hawks & Doves

27. The Easybeats – Easy

28. The Easybeats – Its 2 Easy

29. The Easybeats – Volume 3

30. Cream – Disraeli Gears

31. Led Zeppelin – 1

32. Led Zeppelin – 2

33. Led Zeppelin – 3

34. Led Zeppelin – Houses Of The Holy

35. Led Zeppelin – Sticks album

36. Inside Deep Note – Music of 1970’s Adult Cinema

37. Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti

38. Led Zeppelin – In Through The Outdoor

39. Fleetwood Mac – The Pious Bird Of Good Omen

40. Fleetwood Mac – Mr. Wonderful

41. Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

42. Janis Joplin – Cheap Thrills

43. Janis Joplin – Pearl

44. Janis Joplin – 18 Essential Songs

45. The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – self titled

46. Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs & Englishmen

47. The Kinks – You Really Got Me

48. Georgie Fame – Get away With

49. Jimi Hendrix – First Rays Of The New Rising Sun

50. Jimi Hendrix – South Saturn Delta

I hope you read this Rolling Stone & NME pundits as I have now done the hard yards for you and I expect your next poll to be suitably enlightened.

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3 Responses to “I Love The Sixties”

  1. My Parents Were BOTH Born in 1951, and therefore BOTH Graduated High School in 1969 (something My Father remains VERY Proud Of, btw) So While I’m A Child Of The 80s, Most Of The Music I Listened to for the 1st few years of my existence was Mid-60s to Late-70s.
    And OMG Did My Friends At School MAKE FUN OF ME.
    In 1996, The Popular Kids Had SOUND-SYSTEMS in their Cars, so they could play The Latest Hip-Hop-Crap AS LOUD AS POSSIBLE.
    So I Had A Sound-System Put Into MY 1982 Datsun Pick-Up-Truck. The 1st Cassette I BLASTED In The School Parking-Lot???
    HERMAN’S HERMITS GREATEST HITS!
    Trust Me, Nothing Kills Any Hope Of Being Popular like “HENRY THE VIII, I AM” when everyone else is listening to T-Pack and Snoopydog, etc etc etc
    Yeah, I Know…
    …I’m Lame…
    …AND PROUD OF IT!!!
    hehehe
    Keep’Em Comin’, Ms. Baghead!
    I’ll Keep Comin’ Back, Fo Sho!
    -BRADLEY

    • Sorry About the Ms. Baghead.
      The “s” is a Typo.
      Sorry Dude.
      My Bad 😉

      -BRAD

    • I like a lot of stuff my son listens to which is Aussie Hip Hop but he also likes a lot of the stuff I play because he’s been brought up with it. For me following older music that has already been filtered by popular culture is more expedient because the music that survives was rubber stamped by the masses. Contemporary music to me is hit and miss – I have to listen to a lot of garbage to find the pearlers.

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