Posts tagged with 1970s
Arguably The Stranglers’ starkest and most compelling work, ‘Black And White’ was one of its era’s most innovative albums.
Little Feat’s make-or-break second album, ‘Sailin’ Shoes’ is a heady musical gumbo that still tastes as good as ever.
An album that explores joy and hope alongside sadness, ‘Ladies Of The Canyon’ took steps towards Joni Mitchell’s later experimentation.
A mere portion of his body of work, the best Prince albums present a multi-faceted discography in all its world-changing glory.
Recorded when he was still a teenager, ‘For You’ introduced Prince as a precocious young artist who was already ‘streets into the future’.
Laying Alice Cooper the band to rest, ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ saw Alice Cooper the man make his dreams of solo stardom come true.
Finding greater success overseas than at home, the best Randy Crawford songs reveal a unique voice that deserved to command the globe.
With her ‘Both Sides Now’ album of 2000, Joni Mitchell looked to songbooks of the past in order to demonstrate her interpretative prowess.
The face paint and pythons are just props – it’s high-octane rock’n’roll which make the best Alice Cooper songs the stuff of legend.
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