Posts tagged with 1960s
Love’s third album, ‘Forever Changes’ was written during a crisis for frontman Arthur Lee. It is one of rock’s greatest records.
A song inviting multiple readings, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman became an anthem in Aretha Franklin’s hands.
With the ‘Clouds’ album, Joni Mitchell found her sweet spots: the joins between love and freedom, hope and despair, and much, much more.
From landmark songs to formidable collaborations and tributes to his heroes, Eric Clapton’s Reprise albums offer some of his richest work.
Far from a regular ‘folk’ album, Joni Mitchell’s debut, ‘Song To A Seagull’, explored her voracious exploratory impulse.
Crowning Aretha Franklin the ‘Queen Of Soul’, the ‘I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You’ album was ‘the sound of self-assurance’.
Seeing through fame’s facade and demanding to be themselves, The Monkees created perfect 60s pop that was more subversive than you think…
Definitive 70s supergroup classics, the best Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young songs range from political diatribes to countercultural anthems.
The opening song on The Doors’ debut album, Break On Through (To The Other Side) established the band’s groundbreaking musical vision.
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