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What a great year for music
Great additional list, Bob. The only one I can think of to possibly add is "Electric Comic Book" by the Blues Magoos.
Bob, I agree with your additions. I'm a bit baffled by a few "essentials" on the Rolling Stone list -- although I concur on most of them. Thanks for your three-part Roots Summer of Love celebration.
I had to re-read that list several times because all that great music from one year is amazing. Glad I was there to enjoy it. But The Serpent Power--HUH--someone fill me in, who is that???
all right, Bob, including the great "Insight Out"! Rolling Stone list looks like they tried too hard to be "cool"-typical. One of my faves was the Left Banke album Walk Away Renee
Bob: Your additions make a lot of sense, especially More of the Monkees. I would have added Pisces, Aquarius as well.
Didn't Steppenwolf and the Rascals release some good LPs that year?
I'm looking through my WLS Silver Dollar Surveys (Yes, I still have the originals) and am convinced this is still the zenith of pop/rock/soul music. Thanks for the memories, Bob!
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|12:00am||Triple Play Weekend|
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