Marvin Gaye, 'What's Going On' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

B.B. King, 'Live in Cook County Jail' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Stone Roses: As with most Stone Roses releases, the cover displays a work by John Squire. It is a Jackson Pollock-influenced piece titled "Bye Bye Badman," which makes reference to the May 1968 riots in Paris.

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Nas, 'Illmatic' | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Nas vs Brothers Johnson - Lifes a Real Bitch (Coobee Funk Mashup) ⋆ PlayTheMove

#34 - "Big Pink" was a pink house in Woodstock, New York, where the Band – Bob Dylan's '65-'66 backup band on tour – moved to be near Dylan after his motorcycle accident. While he recuperated, the Band backed him on the demos later known as The Basement Tapes and made their own debut. Dylan offered to play on the album; the Band said no thanks. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: The Fugees, 'The Score' | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, 'Damn the Torpedoes' - Backstreet, 1979  With hair like Mick Jagger's and a voice like Bob Dylan's in tune, Petty and his bar band de-frilled classic rock: In 1979, "Here Comes My Girl" seemed to keep the promises Jagger et al. forgot they'd made.

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, 'Damn the Torpedoes'

#9 - Released on May 16th, 1966, rock's first studio double LP by a major artist was, as Dylan declared in 1978, "the closest I ever got to the sound I hear in my mind... that thin, that wild-mercury sound." There is no better description of the album's manic brilliance. After several false-start sessions in New York in the fall of 1965 and January 1966 with his killer road band the Hawks... www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

#29 - On their first album, Led Zeppelin were still in the process of inventing their own sound, moving on from the heavy rave-ups of guitarist Jimmy Page's previous band, the Yardbirds. But from the beginning, Zeppelin had the astonishing fusion of Page's lyrical guitar-playing, Robert Plant's paint-peeling love-hound yowl, and John Paul Jones and John Bonham's avalanche boogie. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

- On their first album, Led Zeppelin were still in the process of inventing their own sound, moving on from the heavy rave-ups of guitarist Jimmy Page's previous band, the Yardbirds.

The Beach Boys, 'Pet Sounds' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Stevie Wonder Vinyl Record Album "Innervisions" Motown Records w/"Living for the City" & "Higher Ground"

After blowing minds as the house band at L.A.'s Whisky-a-Go-Go, where they got fired for playing the Oedipal drama "The End," the Doors were ready to unleash their organ-driven rock on the world. "On each song we had tried every possible arrangement," drummer John Densmore said, "so we felt the whole album was tight." The Blakean pop art on their debut was beyond Top 40 attention spans.

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

The Doors - The Doors Debut LP - 1967 pressing) - Elektra - Vintage Vinyl LP Record Album

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