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Three Favorite 70's albums

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Today's three 70's favorites..

Tony Joe White - Tony Joe (1970)

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The Damned - Damned Damned Damned (1977)

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Jackson Browne - For Everyman (1973)

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Have you read the comments beneath your list? Over 50 % of the users say that Led Zeppelin are crap and that they're overrated, that LZ IV shouldn't be on that list etc.

Can't believe how much people can argue about a list.

Anyway, an update on my list:

The Clash - London Calling (1979)

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Eric Clapton - Slowhand (1977)

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AC/DC - Highway to Hell (1979)

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My 3 favorite albums of all time came out in the 70's. In order:

1) Exile On Main Street - the Stones

2) Physical Graffiti - Zeppelin ( I know no Zep, too bad )

3) London Calling - the Clash

Other Favorites:

High Voltage - AC/DC

Songs In The Key Of Life - Stevie Wonder

Funhouse - the Stooges

Volume 4 - Black Sabbath

Alladin Sane or Hunky Dory- Bowie

By Numbers - the Who

The Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff & various

Exodus - Bob Marley

Nevermind the Bollocks- Sex Pistols

After the Gold Rush - Neil Young

Blood On the Tracks - Bob Dylan

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My 3 favorite albums of all time came out in the 70's. In order:

1) Exile On Main Street - the Stones

2) Physical Graffiti - Zeppelin ( I know no Zep, too bad )

3) London Calling - the Clash

Other Favorites:

High Voltage - AC/DC

Songs In The Key Of Life - Stevie Wonder

Funhouse - the Stooges

Volume 4 - Black Sabbath

Alladin Sane or Hunky Dory- Bowie

By Numbers - the Who

The Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff & various

Exodus - Bob Marley

Nevermind the Bollocks- Sex Pistols

After the Gold Rush - Neil Young

Blood On the Tracks - Bob Dylan

the best list i have seen. nothing too obscure, very honest. i bought all those records and replaced them all with tapes and then cd's. i'd have picked blood on the tracks over london calling but that's just today.

honorable mentions for me would include wonders 'fulfillingness first finale' , little feat 'waiting for columbus' , ohio players 'honey', and john lennon 'plastic ono band'

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Pink Floyd - The Wall

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd - Meddle

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My 3 favorite albums of all time came out in the 70's. In order:

1) Exile On Main Street - the Stones

2) Physical Graffiti - Zeppelin ( I know no Zep, too bad )

3) London Calling - the Clash

Other Favorites:

High Voltage - AC/DC

Songs In The Key Of Life - Stevie Wonder

Funhouse - the Stooges

Volume 4 - Black Sabbath

Alladin Sane or Hunky Dory- Bowie

By Numbers - the Who

The Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff & various

Exodus - Bob Marley

Nevermind the Bollocks- Sex Pistols

After the Gold Rush - Neil Young

Blood On the Tracks - Bob Dylan

speaking of the who by numbers, they are performing 'slip kid' for the vh1 thing.....

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I've never seen them do that before. The only thing I've seen them do is "Squeeze Box" & "Dreaming From The Waist" on video. I would have loved to have seen them do "Success Story" when Entwhistle was alive. "How Many Friends" would be great too, especially in this stage of the game for Daltrey & Townshend.

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Queen: A Day at the Races

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Queen: Sheer Heart Attack

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Queen: Queen II

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Other faves:

Queen- A Night at the Opera

Sabbath- Paranoid

Meatloaf- Bat Out Of Hell

Supertramp- Breakfast in America

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Many of my favourites have already been mentioned so im going to go for 3 that haven't.

1. Marquee Moon - TELEVISION

2. Unknown Pleasures - JOY DIVISION

3. No#1 Record - BIG STAR

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If we cannot include Zep...

1. The Who - Who's Next

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2. Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks

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3. The Who - Live At Leeds

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If we can...

1. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV

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2. The Who - Who's Next

3. Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks

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[Catch A Fire]|[bob Marley & The Wailers]

[Dark Side Of The Moon]|[Pink Floyd]

[Larks Tongue In Aspic]|[King Crimson]

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AC/DC - High Voltage

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Honorable Mention by artist only - The Eagles, John Lennon, America, Rush, Neil Young, Aerosmith, & Queen.

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Today, it's...

Bill Withers - Still Bill

It's the best mix of singer-songwriter/funk/R&B/soul record I've personally ever heard. Highly recommended.

Nick Drake - Pink Moon

Basically a suicide note. Not for good moods.

The Stooges - Raw Power

It's album title describes it perfectly.

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^ Electric Ladyland was 1968

This is very hard and it's subject to change...

Led Zep- Physical Graffetti

John Lennon- Imagine

Pretty Things - Silk Torpedo

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Here are some more:

Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac

Fulfillingness' First Finale-Stevie Wonder

Gratitude-Earth, Wind and Fire

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