|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 04/06/2017 : 09:33:50
|2 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 06/06/2017 : 04:09:21
wonderful music--great post DT.
Forever Changes still NUMBER ONE!
So good to see Gene Clark & The Gosdin Bros there, in the top 20.
Buffalo Springfield, Again,too... nice!
The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. Ð GENE CLARK
||Posted - 05/06/2017 : 09:43:13
Interesting. I've got eight of these albums. Sgt Pepper is currently getting a lot of publicity because this is the 50th anniversary of its release (there doesn't appear to be any such publicity for any of the other albums in the list). It's the only Beatles album I have; back in those days I was (and still am) a Rolling Stones fan, and, among my set at least, if you liked the Stones you teneded to disregard the Fab Four - it was probably as much an image thing as musical. I agree entirely with what the reviewer says about the top three albums in list, but I never liked Hendrix. The other list albums I have are those by The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, Leoonard Cohen, and the Doors.
Scottish and European, not British.