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Old 03-02-2016, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1967, 1977, 1987, 2013, 1976, 2015, and 1991.
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Old 03-02-2016, 09:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1999, great summer, lots of classic anthems.
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Are we all just listing numbers with no particular explanation? If so: 1907
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Then I'll explain mine. 1967 was the Summer of Love, the key year in one of my favorite genres: psychedelia.
1977 houses 3 of my favorite albums: Rumours, Bat Out of Hell (my top fave), and The Stranger, as well as many great punk albums.
2013 and 2015 are fir the same reason. The modern era hasn't impressed me very much, but these two years really stood out for me.
1987 had the opuses of Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, U2, GNR, and Andrew Lloyd Webber, as well as Dinosaur Jr. It also had Bad, the second best Michael Jackson album. Forgive me for not mentioning Sister, but I can't get into noise rock.
1991 was the year of grunge, when it really started getting popular. Nevermind, Ten, Badmotorfinger, and more. Plus, Loveless.
1976 was the first year I really ever started exploring.
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1966 - best year by far for soul and pop. Not that bad for rock either.
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1974 had:

King Crimson: Red, Starless and Bible Black

Neil Young: On the Beach

Eno: Here Come the Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)

Robert Wyatt: Rock Bottom

Genesis: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

Camel: Mirage

Miles Davis: Get Up With It, Big Fun

Van Morrison: Veedon Fleece

Supertramp: Crime of the Century

Frank Zappa: Apostrophe (')

Yes: Relayer

Sparks: Kimono My House, Propaganda

Leonard Cohen: New Skin for the Old Ceremony

Kraftwerk: Autobahn

Roxy Music: Country Life

Tangerine Dream: Phaedra

Gong: You

John Cale: Fear

John Coltrane: Interstellar Space

Steve Reich & Musicians: Drumming; Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ; Six Pianos

Tom Waits: The Heart of Saturday Night

Gentle Giant: The Power and the Glory

Herbie Hancock: Thrust, Death Wish

Pharoah Sanders: Elevation, Love in Us All

The Residents: Meet The Residents

Bowie: Diamond Dogs

Henry Cow: Unrest

James Brown: Hell

Nico: The End...

Can: Soon Over Babaluma

Buddy Rich: The Roar of '74

Joe Pass: Virtuoso

Philip Glass: Music in Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2

John Lennon: Walls and Bridges

The Who: Odds & Sods

Bob Dylan: Planet Waves

Bennie Maupin: The Jewel in the Lotus

Chet Baker: She Was Too Good to Me

Kool & The Gang: Light of Worlds

Ray Manzarek: The Golden Scarab

Sun Ra: Space Probe

+A ton more amazing Funk and Jazz stuff
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